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Rev. Leo Sullivan dies, archivist in Greensburg ObituariesWeather POST-GAZETTE: Tues., July 5, 198315 The Rev. Leo E. Sullivan, 71, the historian and archivist for the Catholic Diocese of Greensburg, died Sunday in St. Anne Home for the Elderly in Greensburg, Westmoreland County, where he was a resident. Father Sullivan was born in Pittsburgh and graduated from Holy Rosary elementary and high schools in Homewood. He later graduated from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh ana St. Vincent's Seminary in Latrobe, Westmoreland County. He was ordained a priest on June 12, 1938. Early in his priesthood, Father Sullivan served as an assistant at St. Andrew Church on the Northside, St. Francis Church in McKees Rocks and Epiphany Church in Uptown. In the Greensburg diocese, he served as an assistant at Immaculate Conception Church in Connells-ville, Fayette County, and at Immaculate Conception Church in Irwin, Westmoreland County. He received his first pastorate at St. Hubert Church in Point Marion, Fayette County, in 1953. In 1955, he was named pastor of the newly formed St. Paul Parish in Greensburg and was responsible for construction of the church and school, which was dedicated in 1960. He served there until 1964, when he went to St. Mary Church in Export, Westmoreland County. In 1967, he was named pastor of Immaculate Conception Church in Connellsville. He served there until 1970 when he resigned for health reasons. He later was pastor of St. Timothy Church in Smithton, Westmoreland County, from 1974-75. Father Sullivan had served as diocesan historian since 1962. In May 1974, he was named diocesan archivist. One of his accomplishments was compiling a set of maps of the parish boundaries in the four-county region of Armstrong, Fayette, Indiana and Westmoreland for the diocese. He served the diocese as a judge of the matrimonial tribunal and as a columnist for the Catholic Accent, the diocesan newspaper. He is survived by two brothers, John F. Quinn of York, York County, and Charles J. Quinn of Pittsburgh; two sisters, Mary F. Quinn of Pittsburgh and Margaret M. Quinn of Butler, Butler County; and several nieces and nephews. Friends will be received in St. Joseph Hall, 2900 Seminary Drive, Route 30 East, Greensburg, from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday and 2 to 4 p.m. Friday. A Mass of Translation will be said at 7 p.m. Friday in St. Paul Church, 820 Carbon Road, Greensburg. Additional viewing will be held at the church from 8 p.m. to midnight Friday and 9 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday. A Mass will be said in St. Paul Church at 11 a.m. Saturday with the Most Rev. William G. Connare, bishop of Greensburg, as the principal celebrant. Burial will be in the priests' burial plot in Greensburg Catholic Cemetery. The family suggests memorial contributions to St. Ann Home for the Elderly, 685 Angela Drive, Greensburg, Pa. 15601. Arrangements were handled by Bacha Funeral Home Inc. of Greensburg. Gloria Noszka, bridge expert Gloria Noszka, 60, a real estate agent for Vanguard Real Estate Inc. and wife of former state Sen. Stanley M. Noszka, died Saturday in St. Francis General Hospital. Mrs. Noszka, of Bryant Street, Highland Park, had been a real estate agent in the Pittsburgh area for about 10 years She was a bridge expert and was a life master of the American Contract Bridge League. She also taught bridge and had represented the United States in worldwide competition in Sweden in 1970. In addition to her husband, she is survived by three sons, Stanley Jr., Daniel and Jeffrey; five daughters, Diane, Linda, Nancy, Virginia and Amy, all at home; and seven grandchildren. Friends may call in the Verner G. Lutz Funeral Home, 4635 Butler St., Lawrenceville, from 1 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m. today. A Mass will be said at 11 a.m. tomorrow in St. Raphael Church in Morningside. Burial will be in Allegheny Cemetery. G. Sulzner, ex-safety director George T. Sulzner Jr., a former director of safety for the Pittsburgh Board of Education, died Sunday in Southern Ocean County Hospital in Manahawkin, N.J. He was 75. Mr. Sulzner, a former resident of Glenshaw and of Levittown, Bucks County, moved to New Jersey five jrears ago. He resided in Barnegat, He retired in 1970 after 20 years of service with the Pittsburgh Board of Education. Before that, he was a purchasing agent for Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Pittsburgh, A graduate of Wilkinsburg High School, Mr. Sulzner attended the University of Pittsburgh. He also was a semi-professional basketball player here. He was a member of the Manahawkin United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Mary Kathryn Sulzner, a son, George T. Ill of Amherst, Mass.; a daughter, Barbara Greenwood of Levittown; and four grandchildren. Services will be tomorrow in the Thomas L. Shinn Funeral Home in Manahawkin. J. Kane, ex-policeman, builder Joseph J. Kane, 78, a former city policeman, state building inspector and private builder, died Saturday in New York, where he was on vacation. Mr. Kane, of 1045 Christopher St., Stanton Heights, started as a policeman in 1925 and was a detective sergeant when he left the force 28 years later. He then spent 12 years as a building inspector for the state. In the mid-1960s, he started his own construction company, Joseph Kane Builders. Death elsewhere Jan Lakatosz, 82, the king of Polish Gypsies, in Wroclaw, in southwest Poland. Mr. Kane served in the Navy and was a World War II veteran. He was a member and past commander of American Legion Post 710. He was a member of Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 1. He is survived by his wife, Violet; two sons, Louis and Joseph M.; two daughters, Joanne and Maryann; 15 grandchildren; and one greatgrandchild. Friends will be received in the Walter J. Zalewski Funeral Home, 216 44th St., Lawrenceville, from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today and tomorrow. A Mass will be said at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in St. Mary Assumption Church. Burial will be in Allegheny Cemetery. Shot man off critical list A Butler County man was off the critical list yesterday after being shot in the abdomen Sunday by a hitchhiker. A spokesman for Allegheny General Hospital said Robert Hoover, 40, of New Castle Road, Butler, was in fair condition yesterday. Hoover's pickup truck crashed into an embankment along Route 422, Franklin Township, after the unidentified hitchhiker shot him and fled. Skating specials slated A skating special for city residents of all ages will be held at the Spinning Wheels Roller Rink, 2940 Library Road, Overbrook, on Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and Thursdays from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is free for city residents with a skating pass. .Passes are available at all city recreation centers, the Spinning Wheels and at the B-94 radio office at 1715 Grandview Ave., Mount Washington. The sessions are sponsored by the Spinning Wheels, B-94 radio, and the city's Department of Parks and Recreation. For more information call 885-6060. Football field permits set The city's Department of Parks and Recreation will accept applications for football field permits beginning Monday through July 22. Applications must be filed in person between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the department's permit office in Room 400 of the City-County Building. Applicants and 75 percent of the players on the team must be city residents. Permits this year will be issued for three-hour time slots. Completed rosters will be required before permits are issued. For more information, call 255-2370. Youth bowling set to start at city lanes The Department of Parks and Recreation is sponsoring a youth bowling competition for city residents ages 10 to 15. Participants will bowl two games on each date listed below. Those with the highest pin totals will advance to the City Championship Roll-Off on Aug. 11 at the Noble Manor Lanes. Each person must pay 50 cents for each of the two games. Bowling shoes will be provided free. Signup is at all city recreation centers or at one of the bowling lanes listed below. For more information, call 321-5022. The program will start Thursday and also be held on July 14, 21 and 28 and Aug. 4 from 10 a.m. to noon at the following lanes: Noble Manor Lanes, Noblestown and Baldwick roads, 922-4622; Strand Bowling Lanes, 3609 Forbes Ave., 621-6474; Arsenal Bowling Lanes, 44th and Butler streets, 683-5993; Meadow Lanes, 7340 Frank-stown Ave., 24 1-0808; Crafton-Ingram Bowling Lanes, Crafton-Ingram Shopping Center, 921-0200; Carrick Classic Lanes, 2036 Brownsville Road, 881-8080; and the Forward Lanes, 5844 Forward Ave., 521-9827. Airport plan OK'd The Southwestern Pennsylvania Regional Planning Commission at its June meeting adopted a long-term improvement plan for the Washington County Airport. The plan, developed by a consulting firm, is a study of all airports in southwestern Pennsylvania. It recommends $8 million in improvements and growth objectives for the Washington County facility. Lottery number Yesterday's daily number 440. Death-row total hits record 1,050 WASHINGTON (AP) - A total of 1,050 prisoners were on death row at the end of last year, the largest number in U.S. history and 22.7 percent more than a year earlier, the Justice Department said yesterday. The department's Bureau of Justice Statistics said the rise in the number of condemned prisoners reflected increasing imposition of the death sentence as well as the length of appeals. In 1982, 264 people were condemned to die, up 8 percent over the 1981 figure and the largest number since 1975. But during the year, more death-row inmates were murdered than executed. The bureau said three inmates were murdered, in Arizona, Oklahoma and South Carolina, and a Maryland inmate committed suicide. There were two executions during the year, in Virginia and Texas. Departures from death row by means other than execution fell to 68, one of the lowest totals in recent years. Since 1976, removals from death row by legislative or judicial actions have declined each year, except 1980 when 42 Alabama inmates had their, death sentences invalidated by a court ruling. Fifty percent of the inmates who left death row alive had their convictions and sentences overturned by courts and 31 percent had their sentences struck down. Only 16 states had removals from death row, down by five from the previous year. Twenty-eight of 37 states with death penalties sentenced inmates to death during 1982. The largest number of death sentences were made in California and Florida, each with 39, followed by Texas with 28 and Alabama with 20. More than two-thirds of those on death row were held in southern states. Only one northeastern state, Pennsylvania, had any death row inmates. The largest populations were in Florida, 189; Texas, 148; California, 120; and Georgia, 100. Six states with death penalties, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and South Dakota, had no inmates under death sentence at year end. There were 13 women on death row, the highest number ever and up from 11 at the end of 1981. About 40 percent of those under death sentence were black, roughly the same proportion as in recent years. In addition, 59 Hispanics, seven Americans Indians and five Asians were under death sentence. Since 1978, the number of Hispanics on death row has more than tripled while the overall population has doubled. There were no executions in the United States between 1967 and 1976. Since then, seven men have been executed including one in Alabama on April 22 of this year. The last woman was executed in 1962. Twister in Midland rips roofs, porches A funnel cloud swept through downtown Midland, Beaver County, last night, ripping off several roofs and porches, downing power lines and scattering picnickers in the city's park. The funnel cloud not officially called a tornado by the U.S. Weather Service hit around 7 p.m. near Penn Avenue and Sixth Street and traveled northeast for a few blocks. It tore off two house roofs and severely damaged two porches on Penn Avenue. The roofs came to rest two and a half blocks away. One woman, Theresa White of Penn Avenue, was thrown across her living room and suffered a slight head injury. Fire Chief William Monac said the twister went through the borough in less than a minute. It blew a window out of the former H&R Building, and a tree was toppled on the Love's Hotel on Fifth Street. Power remained off in several sections of the city as of 10:30 last night. "We were very, very lucky," said Midland Mayor Martin V. Schulte. "Instead of hitting houses, it hit porches, garages, trees. Another five feet here, or four feet there, it would have hit a bouse." Schulte said five or six trees in front of houses on Ohio Avenue were uprooted and hurled against houses. In the park, between Ninth and Tenth streets, picnickers scattered as the skies darkened. "It could have been a real disaster," Schulte said. "They grabbed their chairs and ran. We were inches from serious disaster." Meteorological record Highest temp. July 5 since Pollution index 1874 was 99 in 1897. Lowest (v,n,1,ri Airport..,. I m " 67 I Sm " 81 Liberty Bof. Good, za m, ... o7 z p.m.., ei . . 3 a m. ... 67 3 p.m. .. 83 Braddoek - Good. 4 am... 67 4 p.m... 84 Oakland - Good. 5 a.m. ... 67 5 p.m. .. 84 S. Fayette Good. 6 a.m.... 66 6p.m... 82 . . 7 .m. ... 67 7 p.m. .. 82 f0POf1 8 a.m.... 71 8 p.m... 75 Rivers In the Pittsburgh 9 a.m. ... 74 9 p.m. .. 67 district were generally tailing 10 a.m.... 78 10 p.m. . 67 yesterday and will continue 1 1 a.m. ... 73 1 1 p.m. . 66 to fall slowly today. Noon 72 Midnight 65 River stages were reported Airport at 7 p.m. yesterday. as follows: Allegheny River: Press. T H Wind Weather Warren, Pa. 4.0 F, Franklin, 29.91 82 56 SW 9 Cldy Pa. 4.5 F, Parker, Pa. 4.4 F. Temp, and precip. this date: "on9awla River: Greens- ,aa ai 'an TA TO boro. Lock 7, Pa. 9.4 S Cheat Mmh 77 d bq River: Parsons, W.Va. 2.7 F. ln Mfi2R4n7slfij West Fork River: Clarksburg. Meln "fonliel MT Pra. T 1 .32 0 1.1 0 rr'ver; Normal temp day 71 Pa. 5.2 F. Ohio River: Pitts-Excess temp.day 4 burgh. Pa. 16.1 P, Dashields Excess temp.month .. 21 Oam 14.3 S. Montgomery Excess temp.year 1 16 Dam, Pa. 12.8 F, Pike Island Total pree.month 0.94 Lock and Dam, W.Va. 13.6 S, Normal prec.month ... 0.48 wheeling Wharf, Wheeling, Total prec.year 21.57 w Va 16 1 S Normal prec.year 19.44 f Faing. M M Pittsburgh Bkras p pool; R - Rising; S Sunset Tue 8:53 p.m. Stationary, U Unknown. Sunrise Wed 5:55 a.m. Forecast for Tuesday High temperatures Snow m Showers Rain -75- Flurries Xa eoLrm 1 1 jJUr j 1 National Weathei Setvce F? 3o NOAA U S Qpnt ol Commyrr .r VJ 9Q Fronts: Cold' Warrnvr Occluded Stationary! Weatherbreezy Breezy and not as warm today with scattered showers and a few thundershowers. High, this morning, near 75. Variable cloudiness and cool tonight. Low near 50. Chance of rain 50 percent today, 20 percent tonight. Partly sunny and cool tomorrow, high around 70. Associated Press Yesterday's satellite photo shows a cloud band extending from the Great Lakes to Oklahoma. A second band leads a Canadian cold front through Minnesota. Nation sky PMt24-hru H L eond. Amarillo 90 60 Sunny Anchorage... 66 52 Cldy Atlanta 88 71 Tstms Atlantic City. 85 74 Tstms Baltimore 90 73 Cldy Boston 93 75 Tstms Buffalo 74 67 Cldy Charlstn.SC 95 75 Cldy Chicago 72 55 Sunny Cincinnati .... 80 64 Cldy Cleveland .... 74 60 Cldy Dallas 93 75 Cldy Denver 90 54 Sunny Des Moines.. 79 58 Cldy Detroit 74 56 Cldy Honolulu 87 73 Sunny Houston 95 79 Cldy Indianapolis. 77 63 Cldy Jacksonville. 94 72 Cldy Las Vegas ....107 77 Sunny Los Angeles. 80 66 Fair Miami Beach 9181 Cldy Milwaukee ... 69 56 Sunny Minneapolis. 78 52 Cldy New Orleans 93 76 Cldy New York 89 77 Shwrs Norfolk 94 76 Tstms Orlando 94 74 Tstms Philadelphia. 88 74 Tstms Phoenix 111 80 Sunny Portland, Or. 74 55 Cldy St. Louis 80 67 Sunny St. Petrsbg .. 91 75 Tstms San Diego .... 73 65 Cldy San Frncisco 67 54 Sunny Seattle 71 53 Cldy Washington . 91 76 Cldy Travelers' roundup 24-hour report National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Weather Radio broadcasts latest weather information or warnings 24 hours a day on VHFband at 162.55 MHz. District Today1. Sky lorecaah H L cond. Altoona 78 65 Shwrs Bradford 70 65 Shwrs DuBois 75 65 Shwrs Erie 72 65 Shwrs Harrisburg ... 87 73 Shwrs Youngstown 75 60 Shwrs Morgantown 80 65 Shwrs Foreign Berlin 79 57 Clear Buenos Aires 61 39 Clear Geneva 77 54 Clear London 82 63 Clear Madrid 82 66 Clear Mexico City . 77 57 Clear Montreal 82 64 Cldy Moscow 82 61 Cldy Paris 81 63 Clear Rome 88 59 Clear San Juan NA NA NA Tokyo 81 68 Clear Toronto 86 70 Cldy Vancouver ... 66 52 Cldy 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices AUGUSTYNOWICZ On Mon., July 4, 1983 Thel-m; wife of the late Joseph; mother of Mrs. Patricia Russell; grandmother of Donald Jr., James and Robert Russell; sister of Mrs. Millie Kotermanskl, Mrs. Genevieve Galda Hartmsn, Mrs. Alice Weszczak. Chester, Edward Czado, Mrs. Josephine Oasowskl and the late Anna Janowskl. Friends received at the waltck j. ZALEWSKI FUNERAL HOME, 216 44th St., from 12 Noon-9 p.m. Funeral on Thur. at 11 a.m. Funeral Mass In St. Marv Church, em at., at I noon. BABINAC Suddenly, on July 4, 1983, Albert L, or bwissvaie; oe-loved husband of Margrette Bordas; brother of Agnes Latzo and Victor Bablnec; also nieces and nephews. Friends received 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the THOMAS L. NIED FUNERAL HOME, 7441 Washington St., Swiss-vale. Mass of Christian Burial In St. Anselm Church on Tnurs. at 10 a.m. BAKANIC July 3, vcj, fciia, or wun. hall; wife of Michael S.: mother of Emily Hannah of Munhall, Lorraine Vincent of Munhell and Evelyn Gundel of West Mifflin; sister of William Banyal of Munhall; also eight grandchildren. Friends received Tues. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the r.cnar.c iduiu Mcru FU NERAL HOME. 3511 Main St., (Homestead Park) Munhall, where Services will be held on Wed. at 11 a.m. BREITENBACH On Mon., July 4, 1083, Ethel Reoch, of Shaler Twp.; wife of the late John; mother of Richard and Allen; sister of Agnes Hazlett; also seven grand, and seven greatgrandchildren. The family will receive friends 2-4 and 7-v at me pfeifer funek At unuc C 1 1 r.rint A . Mlllvale, where Services will d Tnurt jiny , iu a.m. CENKNER On Mon July 4, 1983 William J. (Woody): beloved brother of Ann Torn, Jospe-nine Janosko, Edward and Vincent; also survived by nieces and nephews. Friends received 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the THOMAS P. KUNSAK FUNERAL HOME, 3552 California Ave. at Davis Ave. Funeral Mass at St. Gbrlel Church on Thur. at id arn. C0PELAND George Copeland, quietly, on July 3. 1983, at his home; son of the late Whltt and Minnie Copeland; brother of Mrs. Lillian Carey of Wash., DC; nephew of Mrs. Lena Jones and Mrs. Anna B. Caruso, both of Pgh.; patient of Mrs. Elizabeth White. Friends received at the THELMA J. GOODEN AND GEORGE B. BROWN FUNERAL HOME, 605 Brushton Ana . UitiruitAjsisu-t tajKatrat Cn neral Service wilt be held on Thurs. at 11 a.m. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. CRUM Suddenly on Sun., July 3. 1983 Samuel D. (Dick) Crum; beloved husband of Anita Brennan Crum; father of Richard, Carol Knerr, Joan, Patrick, Mary Ellen and Greg Crum; also survived by three grandchildren. Friends are being received In McCABE BROS.. INC, FUNERAL HOME, 6214 Walnut St., Shadyslde, on Tue., 7-p.m., and Wed;. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Thur., July 7, 1983 at 9:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial In St. Margaret Church, Green Tree at 11 a.m. D0AK Worthy E.. of Little St., Homestead Park, age 80, In Warren, OH, a retired street car conductor, Glenwood Station P.A.T., and a member of the 1st Baptist Church of Mckeesport; husband of Margaret Bradley Doak: father of George E. of Elizabeth Two., Margaret D. Gallousls of Cortland. OH, and Sandra Brady of W. Mifflin; brother of Edward Doak of Coshocton, OH, and Theodore Klldow of Elizabeth Twp.; eight grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. Friends received at the I. M. FINNEY FUNERAL HOME, Dravosburg, 7-9 Tues 2-4 and 7-9 Wed. Funeral Thurs., 11 a.m., from the funeral home, with the Rev. Hugh Alley officiating. Interment Chartlers Cemetery, Carnegie. DUGGAN On Sun., July 3, 1983 Mary V. Duggan of the Fairfax Apts.; oeloved daughter of the (ate Charles and Hanna Forker Duggan; survived by five cousins. Friends will be recieved Tue.. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the JOHN A. FREY-VOGEL SONS, INC.. 4900 Centre at Devonshire St. Funeral Wed. Mass of Christian Burial In St. Paul Cathedral at 11 a.m. EICHENLAUB On Set.. July 2, 1983 i Cath. erlne Cray ElchenlA. of ino bd Invert wife nf the lt Paul F. Elchenlaub; daughter of the late James R. and Catherine Lvnch Cray of Union-town; sister of Mrs. John C. Sheedy and me late Mrs. k. T. Meade and Mrs. Howard A. Vilsack; also survived by four nieces and four nephews. Friends will be received at JOHN A. FREYVOGEL SONS, INC., 4900 Centre at Devonshire St., 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Mon. Funeral Tues. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Paul Cathedral at 10 a.m. FAULKNER On Sun., July 3, 1983, John W. (Jack) Sr., of Ross Twp.; beloved husband of Pearl Oft: father of John W. Jr. and Roy O. Faulkner; also survived by three grandchildren. Private Interment Wed. morning. Memorial Services will be held Wed. at 8 p.m. In the Mc-DONALD-LINN FUNERAL HOME, AVALON, 529 California Ave. Friends and Members of Homestead Lodge S582 F. & A.M. Invited. Contributions to the American Cancer Society are suggested. Arrangements. HENRY L. BETCHER JR., FUNERAL DIRECTOR. FISHER On Sun., July 3, 1983, George H. Jr.; beloved husband of Mrs. Elizabeth Jane (Betty) Fisher; brother ol Joseph, Harold, and Mrs. Margaret Fltts. Friends received at the JULIA H. GAINES FUNERAL HOME, 220 Auburn St., E. E., where Services will be Wed., 11am GEISLER (Stumm) On Mon., July 4, 1983, Fleda R.; beloved wife of the late Fred; sister of Edwina Ca-hlll: aunt of Hudson Hlgjn-bofham of Brownsville. PA. Friends welcome at the BEINHAUER MORTUARY, 2630 West Liberty Ave., Tues. 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Where services will be held Wed. at 10 a.m. GOYETTE On FrL July 1, 1983. Harriet Flanfgan Govette; beloved wife of Andrew F. Goyette; mother of James A. & William A. Goyette; six grandchildren. Friends will be received JOHN A. FREYVOGEL. SONS, INC., 4900 Centre at Devonshire St. Sun. & Mon. 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Funeral Tues. Mass of Christian Burial St. Margaret Church, Greentree, at 11 a.m. HENDZEL On Sun. July 3, 1983, Leo. Husband of Marv Useller: father of Marilyn Lesko; two grandchildren, one 001 Death Notices Jreat-grandchlld; brother of ohn and Rose Gerzstoft. Friends are Invited to call 2-4 and 7-9 at the LEO J. HENNEY FUNERAL HOME, 323 2nd Ave., Carnegie. Funeral Mass In Holy Souls Church, Wed. at 9 a.m. KALISZEWSKI Peter, on Sat., July 2, 1983; husband of Mary Macle-lewskl; father of Peter W. and Theresa Schultz; ten grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; brother of Ann Schultz. Visitation 12- 9 at the MclNNES CHAPEL Of SUF AK'D'ALESSANDRO FUNERAL HOME. INC, Butler St. at 46th St. Mass on Wed. at 9:30 a.m. In me lm-maculate Heart of Mary Church. Interment St. Stanislaus Cemetery. KANE On Sat. July 2, 1983, Joseph J. Beioved husband of Violet Grvkowskl; father of Louis, Joseph M, Joanne and Mary 'Ann Kane; 15 grandchildren, one great-grandson; brother of Joan A. Hook. Friends received at the WALTER J. ZALEWSKI FUNERAL HOME, 216 44th St. from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral on Thurs. at 8:30 a.m. Funeral Mass In St. Mary Assumption Church at 9:30 a.m. KELLIE Of Mt. Lebanon on Friday morning, July 1, 1983; Herri-ett M. Kellle; beloved wife of the late William M.; mother of Annette Nulk of Mt. Lebanon; grandmother of William Nulk, Ketherlne Keane, Patricia Roltero and Vincent Nulk, Jr; also survived by two great-grandchildren. Friends may call at LAUGHLIN'S, 3310 W. Liberty Ave., Mt. Lebanon where services will be held on Wed. morning July 6, at 10 o'clock. Interment, LA California. Visitation on Tues., 7-9 pm. Contributions In memory of Mrs. Kellle may be made to the Arthritis Foundation. KIEFER Of Mt. Lebanon, on Mon., July 4, 1983 Olive S. Kleter; wife of the late Francis G. Klefer; mother of Carol Oehllng, Ronald L. and Robert L. Klefer and the late late Delores Honan and Francis G. II; sister of Floyd Berkeyblle, Wllda Duffy and Mildred Burkett; also survived by eight grandchildren, one great, granddaughter. Friends may call at LAUGHLIN'S, 3310 W. Liberty Ave, Mt. Lebanon, where Services will be held on Wed., July 6, at 2 p.m. Visitations Tue. 3-5 and 7-9, ant Wed., 12 Noon until time , Service. Memorial LATEST DEATHS PREVIOUS DEATHS 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices Augustynowicz, Thelma Babinac, Albert L. Breltenbach, Ethel Cenkner, William J. (Woody) Copeland, George Crum, Samuel 0. (Dick) Doak, Worthy E. Faulkner, John W. Sr. Fisher, George H. Jr. Geisler, Fleda R. Kaliszewski, Peter Kane, Joseph J. Kellie, Harriett M. Kiefer, Olive S. Laufer, Mary M. Livingston, Virgil Mastandrea, Patrick McFadden, Mary J. Migliorini, Dorothy Morris, John W. Polkus, Audrey (Sossong) Portman, Victoria C. Pysh, Pearl Rosser, Arthur B. Sr. Schmidt, Lawrence H. Schuster (Thuer), Marie Wiggins, Edwin (Ted) Bakanic, Ella Duggan, Mary V. Eicnenlaub, Catherine Goyette, Harriet Hendzel, Leo McNally, Marie A. Natale, Michael S. Nedobylek, Pauline K. Noszka, Gloria Omulac, Anthony F. Pearson, Charles A. H. Schlabach, Clarence J. Stiehler, William P. Jr. Windstein, Sophia L. Winterhalter, Runelda 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notioes contributions should be made to the American Cancer Society. Interment Jefferson Memorial Park. LAUFER On Sun July 3, 193, Mary M., In her 77th year; sister of George, Bertha Rozman, Christine Twlgger, Elizabeth Cain and Rita Eaton. Visitation noon-9 p.m. at the BORON FUNERAL HOME, 1719 Brownsville Rd. Relatives and friends Invited to attend her funeral Wed. at 9:30 a.m. Lltergy In St. Basil Church at 10 a.m. LIVINGSTON On Sun., July 3, 1983, Virgil, of Eighty-Four, PA, retired from the area development dept. for West Penn Power; father of Linda Fetter of Bethel Park and Jamt of Framlngham, Mass.; bS-ther ot William, james and Jess, all of Wash., PA, and Jerry of ArV.; also one grandson. Friends received at the ROBERT E. WILSON FUNERAL HOME, 205 E. McMurray Rd., (Donaldson's Crossroads) with Visitation on Tues. 2-4 and 7-9. Services Wed. at 11 a.m. The family suggests Contributions be made to the American Cancer Society. MASTANDREA On Sua, July 3, 1913 Patrick J husband of Deborah Wilson; son of Carmen and Marv Mastandrea; brother of Joseph F, Mark A. Mastandrea, Grace M. Small-hoover, Mary C. Luciano, Leonard E., Stephen M. Mastandrea, Patricia A. Ba-binecz, Joan M. Stambrosky, Charles T.. Richard V. and the late Carmen A. Mastandrea Jr. Friends received at the ALBERT J. BRUSCO runtKAL home, 214 Virginia Ave., Mt. Wash. Funeral Mass, St. Mary of the Mt. Church. Thur, 10 a.m. Visitations 3-5 & 7-9 p.m. Tue, 4 2-4 1 7-9 p.m. Wed. McFADDEN On Mon, July 4, 193, Marv Judith McFadden (nee Frost), of Harmar Twp.; wife ot Michael C. McFadden; mother of Margaret M., Mary Catherine, Judith Eileen and Michael C. McFadden; daughter of Mary Margaret McCoy Frost and the late Wetter K. Frost. The family will receive friends 2-4 and 7-9 p m. Wed. at the M. BLAINE WEDDELL FUNERAL HOME. 100 Center Ave Asplnwall. Services and Interment Rockford, III. The family respectfully suggests Memorials to the Donwood Institute, 175 Brentcllfte Rd, Toronto, Ontario M4G3Z1. McNALLY On Sun., July 3, 1983, Marie A.; daughter of the late Michael and Alice Farrell McNally; sister of Mrs. Alice Grlbbon, Rosella McNally and the late Edward, Joseph, Sadie and Madelvn McNally. Friends will be received on Tues. and Wed., 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at JOHN A. FREYVOGEL SONS, INC, 4900 Centre at Devonshire St. Funeral Thurs. Mass of Christian Burial In St. Bede's Church, South Dallas and Wllklns Ave, Point Breeze, at 11 a.m. MIGLIORINI Of Mt. Lebanon, on Sun, July 3, 1V8J, uoromy ue-John Mlollorlnl: beloved wife of Louis Mlollorlnl; daughter of Loretta and the late William DeJohn; sister ot William, Lillian and the late Robert DeJohn. Friends may call at LAUGHLIN'S, 3310 West Liberty Ave., Mt. Lebanon Tues. evening 7-9 & Wed. 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial St. Winifred Church on Thurs.. Julv 7. 9:30 a.m. Intermnet Queen of Heaven Cemetery. MORRIS On Sun.. July 3, 1983, John W husfeand of Sophie Patrick Morris, of Bllevue: fa ther of Gerald. ne Soblen; Dromer or tuzaoem uanicar and the late Ann Chorman, Marv Kasnevlch, Joseph anil MiW Urwrle alien sra grandchildren, friends received ?-4 and 7-9 at the LAWRENCE T. MILLER FUNERAL HOME, 4e0 Lincoln Ave.. Bellevue. Mass of Christian Burial. Church of the Assumption, Thurs., 9am NATALE Suddenly, on Sat.. July 2, 1983 Michael S. of McCand- less; beloved husband of Dolores Neuberaer Natale: father of Dlanne Natale Slcl Ha and Dennis M. Natale; brother of Caroline Mantia and Josephine Bellsteln; Kendfether of Christopher Ichael Natale. Friends received ?-9 at the SC HELL-HAAS FUNERAL HOME, INC, 707 East St N.S. Service on Wed. at 1 p.m. NEDOBYLEK On Sat, Julv 2, 19S3, Pauline k beloved mother of Elsie H, Leone Legier and the late Florence Poliwka; grandmor of si; greet-grandmotner of three; sister of Leona Fiiek and Albert Kukleskl. Friends welcome at the BEINHAUER MORTUARY, 2430 West Liberty Ave., Mon. 2-9 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial Tues, 1:30 p.m, at St. Winifred Church. NOSZKA On Set, July 2, 1983, Gloria Hauck; wife of former State Senator, Stanley M. Noszka; mother of Stanley Jr., Diane, Linda, Daniel, Nancv, Jeffrey, Virginia and Amy Noszka; also seven grandchildren. Funeral from the VERNER G. LUTZ FUNERAL HOME, (formerly Hen-nlnger) 4635 Butler St, on Wed, Julv 6. at 10 a.m. Mass of the Christian Burial in St. RaDhael c-iii.rh at 11 a.m. Visitations 1-4 and 6-9. OMULAC On Sat, Julv 2, 1983, Anthony F, husband of Dorothy plontkowskl; father of Joanne poaeszwa, Laroi Umberger and Cathy Omulac; grandfather of Lorraine, Cn. anH Dhnnri,' brother of Ann Cesnlk and Frank Omulac. Funeral from the VERNER G. LUTZ FUNERAL HOME, (formerly Hennlnger) 4635 Butler St, Tues. July 5 at 9 a.m. Mass of the Christian Burial In St. Raphael Church at 10 a.m. Visitations 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. PEARSON On Sun, Julv 3, 1983, Charles A. H.; husband of the alte Hortense Pearson of Sq. Hill; surviving are nieces and nephews. Friends may call at H. SAMSON INC., 537 Neville St. (Oakland Civic Center) Mon. & Tues. 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Services Wed. at 2 p.m. Interment Jefferson Memorial rera. POLKUS Of Carnegie, PA, suddenly on Sat, Julv 2, 1983. Au drey aossong; wtie ot nni-chael Polkus; mother of Carol Biando of CA; sister of Charles E. Sossong of Fla. and Amber Dzurlno of Wash, PA; also two grandchildren. Friends received at the JACK F. CAUGHEY FU NERAL homc, 4JV wasn-ington Ave.. Brldgevllle. Mass of Christian Burial In St. Agitha Church on Wed. at 10 a.m. PORTMAN Victoria C, on Mon., July 4. 183 of Brentwood; wife of the late Harry J. Portman; mother of Eleanor Vercher (Judv) of Harrisburg and Charles A. Portman of Santa Maria. CA; sister of Paul Daschbach and Crescentia M. Daschbach also slx grandchildren. Friends Jre- celved JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, 4201 Brownsville Rd., Brentwood, Tue., 2-9 p.m. F uneral on Wed. morning at 9:15. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Wendelln Church at 10 a.m. PYSH On July 4, 1983, Pearl Kessler, of Glbsonla; mother of Robert; mother-in-law of Nancv Pvsh; sister of Doro thy Cross and Esther Thompson: four grandchildren. At the request of the deceased, there will be NO VISITATION. Services and Burial will be private. Arrangements by the JOHN E. CARLOS FUNERAL HOME. ROSSER On July 4, 1983. of Green Tru ArMii- a tr hailAwarl husband of Marie FVanc; father of Arthur B. Jr.; also four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; brother of Thomas Emerson Rosser. Friends will be received Tues. 7-9 p.m.; Wed. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the HARVEY L. CORBA FUNERAL HOME, 997 Greentree Rd., Green Tree. Mass of Chris. tian Burial In St. Margaret R.C. Church Thurs., 10 a.m. SCHLABACH Clarence J., on July 7, 1983, formerly of N. Huntingdon; father of Donald M. Schlabach, M.D., of Erie; brother of Charles ot Perrysvllle, Cecelia of Brackney, PA, and Evelyn of Naples, FL; also six grandchildren. Friends will be received at the OTT FUNERAL HOME. 5th & Oak Sts., Irwin, 2-4 and 7-9 Tues. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Wed. at 10 a.m. In St. Agnes Church, N. Huntingdon. Interment will follow In St. Theresa Cemetery, Perrysvllle, PA. SCHMIDT On Sat.. July 2, 1983. Law-rence H., of Penn Hills; beloved husband of Mary Jane (Riley) Schmidt; father ot Cheryl L. Goldberg, Janet L. Mueller, Sandra J., Richard E. and Mary Kay Schmidt; brother of Eleanor Donahue; two grandchildren. Friends and relatives mav call at the BURKET-TRUBY FUNERAL HOME, INC., 421 fiegneny fwe, uo"""oni, Tues. 2-4 and 7-9. Services on Wed. at 11 a.m. SCHUSTER (Thuer) On Sun., July 3, 1983. Marie A.; beloved mother or Albert Thuer. Hilda Gentile and Mary Louise Clccarelll; also survived bv five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Friends received at the LAWRENCE fi. McCABE FUNERAL HOME, 9311 Frankstown Rd. (Penn Hills). Mass of Christian Burial on Thur. at 10 a.m. In Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament Church. Visita tions Tue. & Wed., 2-4, 7-9. STIEHLER Suddenly on Sat, July 7, 1983, William P. Jr. of Shaler Two.: son of William P. Sr. and Alice Obermeler Stiehler; brother of Barbara Anne Stiehler; grandson of Edward C. Stiehler Sr. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9 at BOCK FUNERAL HOME, 1500 Mt. Rova Blvd.. G en- shaw. Mass of Christian Burial In St. Ann's Church, Mlllvale on Wed. at 10 a.m. WIGGINS Edwin C. (Ted), Sun.. Julv 3; beloved husband of Freda Mvers Wloolns: father of El eanor W. Dowd; brother of Louise canneio, neon And r.inn wioo ns: also three granddaughters. Friends mav call 2-4 & 7-9 at the MAURICE L. KNEE, LIU, .enirf at jw.. ....... (parking on premises). Ser vices on vvea. or i !. WINDSTEIN Sophia L., on Sun. July 3. 1983 of Brentwood. Wife of Ollle Windstein: mother of Alovslus Jr., Alfred M. and Raymond H. Windstein; sister of Joseph Doman of C'earwater, FLA, and Clara voung of Brentwood; seven grandchildren. Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, 4201 Brownsville Rd. Brentwood, Mon. 7-9 and Tues 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral on Wed. morning at 9:30. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Sylvester Church at 10 a.m. WINTERHALTER On Sun., July 3, 1983 Runelda Yaeger Winterhalter; beloved wife of William A. Winterhalter; mother of Bar. bara W. Pfendler, Susan M, William A. Jr., Robert A, Timothy J. and Mary Anne Winterhalter; also survived by live orandchlidren; sister of Angela Yaeger, Maroar-ate O Brlen and Dorothy Gantzer of Wheeling, WVA. There will be no Public Viewing. Funeral Tue, July 5, 1983. Mass of Christian Burial In St. John Fisher Church, Lewin Lane, Churchill Boro ot 1 p.m. Inter, ment private. If so desired, contributions may be made to the Forbes Hospice, Washington Blvd. a, Frankstown AveS, Pgh, PA 15204 v

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