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12 POST-CAZETTEj Thurt., July 21, 1983 ObituariesWeather- Joe Beggs, ex-relief star, Beaver Hall of Famer Joe Beggs, 72, former star relief Ritcher for the Cincinnati Reds, the (ew York Yankees and the New York Giants, died of a heart attack Tuesday in St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. Beggs was born in Rankin and moved as a young child to Aliquippa, Beaver County. He graduated from Harding High School there and, while an honor student, lettered in football, baseball and track. He studied at Geneva College and was a member of its football and track teams. For many years, he. held the state record for the javelin throw. He graduated from Geneva in 1934 and soon got his baseball start with a minor-league club in Washington, Washington County. He was a relief pitcher in 1937 with the Newark (N.J.) Bears, a team some called the greatest minor-league team in history. He was sent up to the Yankees, the Bears' parent club, the next year. He pitched for the Yankees in 1938 and 1939 and was traded to the Reds in 1940. He compiled a 12-3 record that year and helped the Reds win the 1940 World Series. He served as a lieutenant in the Navy in 1944. He played with the Reds until 1947 and was traded to the New York Giants later that year, finishing his major-league career with the Giants in 1948. Following his retirement, Mr. Beggs taught history and geography in several Kentucky schools before taking a job as director of urban renewal in Newport, Ky. He was a member of the Beaver County Hall of Fame and the Newark, N.J., Hall of Fame. Mr. Beggs is survived by his wife, Laura; two daughters, Joanne Sel-lier of Lexington, Ky., and Jean Bolt of Daytona Beach, Fla.; several grandchildren; two brothers, Michael and Stanley, both of Aliquippa; and three sisters, Amelia Ash of Hopewell, Beaver County, Ann Hor-watt of Aliquippa and Frances Kost of Center, Beaver County. Services will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in the Flanner and Buchanan Broad Ripple Mortuary in Indianapolis. Cremation will follow. Memorial contributions may be made to one's favorite charity. James Waite, retired principal James A. Waite, former supervising principal of the Dravosburg public schools, died Wednesday in-Shadyside Hospital. Mr. Waite, 85, of Crescent Drive, Mt. Lebanon, had been an educator for 36 years, beginning as a teacher in Leetsdale High School and Warren, Warren County. He was a principal in McKean County before coming to Dravosburg in 1948. He retired in 1963. Mr. Waite, who also had lived in Whitehall and Upper St. Clair, was a member of Bethel Presbyterian Church and a charter member of McMurray Lodge 807 F&AM. He was a graduate of Washington and Jefferson College and had a master's degree from the University of Pittsburgh. Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth; two daughters, Nancy Waite-Kahn of Memphis, Tenn., and Elizabeth of Mt. Lebanon; a brother, Howard of Jackson Center, Mercer County, and two sisters, Barbara Barnes of Grove City, Mercer County, and Carolyn Skillen of New Wilmington, Lawrence County. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today in the Paul L. " Henney Funeral Home, 5570 Library Road, Bethel Park. Time of services is incomplete. Memorials may be made to the James A. Waite Scholarship Fund at Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pa. 15301. Eva F. Vandall, centenarian Eva Forsythe Vandall, who cele- brated her 100th birthday on March 15, died Wednesday in Montefiore Hospital. Mrs. Vandall, of 409 Rebecca Ave., Wilkinsburg, had been a resident of the Jewish Home for the Aged in recent months. Mrs. Vandall was married to Pittsburgh police Lt. John M. Vandall, who died 42 years ago. Two days before her 100th birthday, she was asked how it felt to be 100 years old. Summoning all the wit of the more than 99 years behind her, she replied: "I haven't reached that yet.7 Surviving are four sons, John C. and James A., both of Wilkinsburg, Milton N. of Oil City, Venango County, and Norman B. of Penn Hills; two daughters, Audrey Farren of Emsworth and Margaret Ellison of Upper St. Clair, 12 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren and three, great-great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today and tomorrow in Maurice L. Knee Ltd., 800 Center St., Wilkinsburg, where services will . be at 11 a.m. Saturday. Burial will be in St. Peter's Cemetery, East End. J. Zion, furniture firm founder Jack Zion, 73, founder and chairman of the board of Custom-Craft Inc., West End, died Tuesday in St. Francis General Hospital. A resident of Gateway Towers, Downtown, Mr. Zion founded the furniture manufacturing firm more than 40 years ago on the Northside. During his ownership, Mr. Zion expanded the company so that, at his death, Custom-Craft goods were being sold in New York, Chicago,. Philadelphia, High Point, N.C., and Pittsburgh. He was a member of Adath Jeshurun Congregation in the East End and of several charitable organizations. Surviving are his wife, Libby, two sons, Harvey and Leonard; two daughters, Joani Fishman and Harriet Goldstein; seven grandchildren; a brother, Harry, and a sister, Bella Parker. Services will be at 11 a.m. today in the Ralph Schugar Chapel, 5509 Centre Ave., Shadyside. Friends may call in the funeral home one hour before services. Burial will be in Shaare Torah Cemetery. W.J. Guiney, ex-chief clerk in DA's office William J. "Cotton" Guiney, 82, retired chief clerk in the grand jury room of the district attorney's of-' fice, did Sunday in Montefiore Hospital. Mr. Guiney, of 424 Greenfield Ave., Greenfield, retired in 1967. He started working in the district attorney's office in 1952. He was Democratic chairman of the 15th Ward from 1943 to 1950. He was on the roster of the St.-Louis Cardinals as a shortstop and second baseman for a year during the early 1920s. Surviving are his wife, Victoria; a son, Joseph of Greenfield; two daughters, Patricia of Pittsburgh and Emma Miller of Arizona; five grandchildren; and a sister. A Mass will be said at 10 a.m. today in St. Rosalia Church, Greenfield Avenue. Death elsewhere J. Bernard West, 70, chief usher at the White House from 1957 to 1969 and a servant of six presidents, in a suburban Virginia hospital following surgery for a lung problem. E. Lampich, ' ex-supertisor Edward Lampich, retired general supervisor at Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp.'s Aliquippa Works, died Wednesday in Presbyterian-University Hospital. Mr. Lampich, 60, of 159 Linmar , Homes, Aliquippa, Beaver County, was a member of Excellors Lodge 721 and St. Elijah Serbian Orthodox Church. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife, Nellie; his mother, Frances Camperman; a son, Edward Jr. of Raccoon Township; two daughters, Kathleen Fun-stra of Center Township, Beaver County, and Emily at home; four grandchildren; a brother, Joseph of Aliquippa; and two sisters, Caroline Wanchalk and Alice Barber, both of Aliquippa. Friends are being received from 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow in the Polo-vina Funeral Home, Aliquippa, where services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday. A 1:30 p.m. service will . follow in St. Elijah Serbian Orthodox Church, Aliquippa. Burial will be in St. Elijah's " Cemetery, Aliquippa. D. Weismiller David L. Weismiller, plant manager of Monarch Mirror and Door Co., of California, died Sunday in . California. Mr. Weismiller, 41, of Sunbright Drive, Diamond Bar, Calif., was a former resident of Mt. Oliver. He was a graduate of Duquesne University and served as an infantry captain in the U.S. Army in the late 1960s. Surviving are his wife, Eleanor Kovacs Weismiller, two sons, Christian and David, both of California; his mother, Anna Killosky, of Mt. Oliver, and a sister, Madeline De-Bonis of Sharon, Mercer County. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow in the John F. Slater Funeral Home, 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood. A Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Saturday in St. Joseph Church, Mt. Oliver. Burial will be in Jefferson Memorial Park, Pleasant Hills. Elizabeth Turner - Elizabeth Turner, 81, died Wednesday in South Side Hospital. Mrs. Turner, of Mission Street,' was a lifelong resident of the South-side. She was the mother of the Rev. Robert G. Turner, pastor of St. Joseph Parish in Duquesne. Besides Father Turner, she is survived by two other sons, Charles and Paul, both of Pittsburgh; three daughters, Clara Miehl of Finley-ville, Washington County, Loretta Turner of Pittsburgh, and Theresa Whelan of Massachusetts; 10 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Friends are being received from noon to 9 p.m. today and tomorrow in the Harry A. Olechowicz Funeral Home, 18th and Jane streets, South-side. Father Turner will officiate at a 10 a.m. Mass Saturday in St. Peter Church, 2821 Sarah St., Southside. Burial will be in St. Peter Cemetery, Arlington Avenue, Southside. Mabel Helwig, 75 Mabel E. Helwig, 75, of 380 Pennsylvania Ave., Oakmont, died Tuesday in Citizens General Hospital in "New Kensington, Westmoreland. County. She was a member of the First United Presbyterian Church in Oakmont. She is survived by a son, Harold K. of Topeka, Kan.; two grandchildren; a sister, Marie Loeffler of Oakmont; and a brother, Everett E. Singhose of Gibsonia. Services will be at 11 a.m. today in the Burkett-Truby Funeral Home, 421 Allegheny Ave., Oakmont. Burial will be in Verona Cemetery, Oakmont. Lottery numbers Yesterday's daily number 408. Yesterday's Big 4 - 5871. ABC WASHINGTON (AP) - To those he covered and to those he competed against, Frank Reynolds was, above all, a reporter who cared. He defined his job in simple terms: "To help people understand what's going on' Reynolds, 59, the chief anchorman of ABCs "World News Tonight," died early yesterday after three months of battling viral hepatitis brought on, a colleague said, by "a bad blood transfusion." He also had multiple myeloma, a form of bone cancer. Reynolds was a familiar figure in broadcasting for more than 30 years, anchoring such live news . events as the assassination attempts on President Reagan and Pope John Paul II, space shuttle launches and landings, and national political con- . ventions. He co-anchored the late night specials during 'the Iran hostage crisis that led to creation of the ABC "Nightline" program, and he played a major role in development of the multiple anchor format used by "World News Tonight." President Reagan called Reynolds "a warm, considerate friend," and ordered that requirements be waived so that Reynolds, a soldier in World War II, can be buried in 1 Arlington National Cemetery. Mrs. Reagan's press secretary said the Frank Reynolds I j -aCTw 'it-' Frank Reynolds first lady and perhaps the president will attend the funeral. Reynolds and his wife, Henrietta, had been friends with the Reagans since he did a story in 1976 on how Reagan handled his failure to win the Republican presidential nomination. The press secretary quoted Mrs. Reagan as saying, in tears, "He was everything a newsman should be, professional and fair. He was wonderful. He was one in a million." extolled The first lady telephoned Mrs. Reynolds yesteraay morning w vey her condolences. Reynolds died at 12:40 a.m. in Washington's Sibley Hospital. A few hours later, ABC had some of his colleagues and competitors on its morning news-talk show. "Frank Reynolds reported the news as though it were happening to him," said Ted Koppel of ABC's "Nightline." "Frank felt other people's pain very deeply and he showed the pain of others very deeply, and what we now know about him in retrospect is just to what extent he succeeded in hiding his own pain. He showed everybody's pain but his own." Reynolds underwent surgery on March 17 for a leg broken when he slipped on ice. The hepatitis was diagnosed on April 29. Dan Rather, anchor of the CBS Evening News, said "the Reynolds competition was always class all the way ... If you were against Frank Reynolds, you knew that you were going to be beaten some of the time, but you would never be beaten unfairly." Reynolds leaves his wife and five sons. One son, Dean, is the White House correspondent for the Cable News Network. The funeral will be Saturday after services in St. Matthew's Cathedral. PUC orders bus firm to stop operating The state Public Utility Commission has ordered Shortway Suburban Lines Inc. to stop operating a bus line between communities in Washington County and Downtown Pittsburgh. The PUC ordered Suburban Bus Lines Inc. instead to resume service to about 1,800 passengers. The PUC had granted Shortway temporary permission last October to operate the service until hearings could be held and a decision reached. Shortway had purchased the assets of Suburban for $1,060,850 earlier in October. The commission said in a decision mailed to both companies yesterday, "We find that the applicant . Shortway had failed to demonstrate that it has the financial capacity to render reliable and responsible service to the public." Suburban was ordered to resume service immediately. But Arthur Wagner, attorney for Shortway, called the PUC remarks about financial capacity "a total joke." He said the ruling probably will be appealed to state Commonwealth Court. Michael Nemec, a PUC administrative law judge who conducted hearings in the case, had recommended that Shortway continue as the carrier. He was reversed by the commission June 10, with Chairman Linda Taliaferro, a Republican, and Michael Johnson, a Democratic commissioner, voting against Shortway. Commissioner James H. Cawley, a Democrat, voted for Shortway. Meteorological record Highest temp. July 21 Pollution index since 1874 was 99 In 1885. rvwminwn NA Lowest temp. July 21 since B0""10, N . . 1874 was 46 in 1966. Bracken rldga - NA Airport ..mpwatur So-NA 3 a.m.... 66 3 p.m... 87 Braddock NA 4 a m. ... 66 4 p.m. .. 66 Oakland NA 5 a.m. ...65 5 p.m... 89 S. Fayette NA 6 a.m.... 67 6 p.m... 80 7 a.m. ...64 7 p.m .. 77 River report 6 a.m.... 66 8 p.m... 76 Rivers In the Pittsburgh 9 a.m.... 68 9 p.m... 74 district were generally sta- 10 a.m.... 70 10 p.m. .73 tlonary yesterday and will 1 1 a.m. ... 78 11p.m.. 72 change little today. Noon 82 Midnight 70 Riverstageswerereported Airport at 7 p.m. yesterday. as follows: Allegheny River: Press. T H Wind Weather Warren, Pa. 2.5 S, Franklin, 30.01 77 68 E 10 CIdy Pa. 2.8 R. Parker. Pa. 2.1 S. ' Temp, and preeip. this date: !!onSahe'aDRlv?r.: Gh- 83 "82 1 II "80 79 78 L ' a 9 3 s Cheat High 90 83 81 98 84 83 E8"' ) S- Low 63 66 71 71 62 70 est Fork River: Clarksburg. Mean 77 75 76 65 73 82 W, Va' H R" to8t!fm Prar T 14 97 o n n ttoitr. Sutersvllle, Pa. 3.2 S. L, ' Beaver River: Beaver Falls, Normal temp.day 72 Pa 4 5 F 0nto mmr Pttls. Excess temp.day 5 bg Pa. 16 2 Pi Dashtelds Excess temp.month .. 14 Dam 13 3 p Montgomery Excess temp.yaar 112 Dam Pa. 126 F. Plki Island Totatprec.rnonth 2.23 Lock and Dam, w Va. 13 2 Normal prec.month ... 2.50 wheeling Wharf. Wheeling. Total prec.year 22.86 WVa 15 0P Normal prec.year 21.46 ' ' , '. .. ... , . . ' . F Failing: M Missing; Pittsburgh skies P Pool; R Rising; S Sunset Thur 8:45 p.m. Stationary; U Unknown. Sunrise Fri ..6:07 a.m. Forecast for Thursday High temperatures Snow Showers! Associated Press Yesterday's satellite photo shows showers over Pennsylvania and Minnesota. Clouds stretch ahead of a frontal system over the Rockies. RainKWWNI Snow : Showers lW Flurries Na!o"al Wea'Hf Service NOAA. US Oeot o Ctyfce Fronts: Colder Warmv Occluded V" Stationary Weatherhumid Warm and humid today, tonight and tomorrow. High both days in the upper 80s, low tonight in the upper 60s. There is a 45 percent chance of afternoon or evening showers or thunderstorms today. Travelers' Nation 8ky roundup Amarillo 93 67 Ctear 24-hour report SESEl S ?! 22 National Oceanic and At- Atlantic City . 86 70 CIdy mospberic Administration's Baltimore 95 72 Hazy Weather Radio broadcasts Boston 94 73 CIdy latest weather information or Buffalo 89 72 CIdy warnings 24 hours a day on charlstn, SC 101 75 CIdy VHF band at 162.55 MHz. Chicago 94 71 CIdy Cincinnati .... 95 75 Ctear D,,,nc Cleveland .... 92 71 CIdy Today Sky Daas 86 74 CIdy oracart M L cond. Denver 94 64 CIdy Altoona 68 68 CIdy Des Moines.. 104 78 Clear Bradford 85 64 CIdy Detroit 90 68 CIdy DuBois .i. 85 65 CIdy Honolulu 87 73 Clear Erie 84 62 CIdy Houston 83 74 CIdy Harrlsburg ... 90 70 CIdy Indianapolis . 96 72 Clear Youngstown 90 67 CIdy Jacksonville. 96 74 CIdy Morgantown 90 65 CIdy Las Vegas ....103 76 CIdy . Los Angeles. 96 67 Clear Foreign Miami Beach 87 78 CIdy Berlin 77 64 CIdy Milwaukee ... 84 68 CIdy Buenos Aires 57 42 Clear Minneapolis. 90 66 CIdy Geneva 88 63 Clear New Orleans 92 73 Rain London 77 63 CIdy New York 90 72 CIdy Madrid 90 59 Ctear Norfolk 92 73 Hazy Mexico City . NA NA NA Orlando 94 75 CIdy Montreal 81 68 CIdy Philadelphia. 89 69 CIdy Moscow 71 54 Clear Phoenix 105 91 CIdy Paris 84 66 Ctear Portland, Or. 77 61 CIdy Rome 93 63 Clear St. Louis 100 80 Clear San Juan ..... NA NA NA St. Petrsbg .. 92 77 CIdy Tokyo 88 72 Clear San Diego.... 84 68 Clear Toronto 88 72 CIdy San Frncisco 75 56 Clear Vancouver... 73 57 Clear Seattle 72 59 CIdy Washington .101 77 Hazy Warm and humid with thundershowers possible Saturday. Partly cloudy but less humid Sunday. Fair Monday. Lows from 55 to 65.' highs from 75 to 85. 001 Death Notices AN6ELL On Tuesday. Julv 1, 1983 Marv Powell Angell, wife of the late Charles; sister of Joseph Powell and Helen Shipley both of Harrlsburg, Frances Byrne of NJ, Mathilda Zamlnskl of Ingram, Eleanor Hlrschinger of Sneraden. Friends received McDERMOTT FUNERAL HOME. INC., 77i Chartlers Ave., McKees Rocks, Noon-PM. Mass of Chrsttlan Burial at St. Mary Church, Friday, July 22, at 10AM. AVERBACH On Wed. July 20, 1963, El-eanore. Beloved wife of the late Victor P. Averbach; mother of Irwin J. Averbech of NY, Donald and Edward Averbach, both of Pgh.; sister of Mrs. Maxlne Goldman of Springfield, VA, and Murray Minster of McLean, VA; also nine grandchidren. Services at the BURTON L. HIRSCH CHAPEL, 2704 Murray Ave., Sg. Hill (opp. Mor-rowfleld Apts.) on thurs. at 3 p.m. Interment Beth Shalom Cemetery. Visitation one hour prior to services. Family suggests contributions be made to the American Cancer Society BAKER Adam P. of Forest Hills, on Wed., July 20, Iv83, beloved husband of Bertha Schmidt; father of Charles Robert Baker of Churchill; also three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Member of Christ Lutheran Church and Lions Club of Forest Hills. Retired Westlnghouse Foreman's Association. Friends may call at VAN HORN'S SWISSVALE FU NERAL HOME, Irvine St. at Monongaheia Ave., where services will be held on Sat. at II a.m. Visitation Thur. 7-, Fri. 2-4, 7-9. BRUNS On wed. Jury 1", '983, Edward A.; husband of the late Heiel J. Cllne Bruns, formerly of Stewart Ave.. Carrlck; father of Bernard F. Bruns; brother of Norma Bruns and Carrie VonHolie; eiso survived by 4 grandchildren. Friends received 10am til time of service at 11am Friday at the H. P. BRANDT FUNERAL HOME, INC., 1032 Perry My, Per-rysvllle. Interment in South Side Cemetery. 001 Death Notices BYERS Of Monroevllle, on Wed. Julv 20. 1983. Vlrolnla L. Beloved wife of the late wniiam c; momer or Mrs. Michael (Vlrolnla) Murray. William M. and Harry L. Bvers; also seven grandchii-dren and seven areat-orand- children. Friends received at GENE H. CORL, INC. OF MONROE VILLE, 4335 Northern Pike (one block east of Mosslde Blvd.-Rte. 48) Visitation 7-9 p.m. Thurs. and 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Fri. where services win oe neid on itn. at 10 a.m. COCHRAN Catherine Tracev Cochran; wiuuvy ui v-tctjr c. iron merly of Oakland) on Tues. Julv 19. 1983: beloved moth er of Joseph Cochran of Pleasant Hills. Friends may call at the Wall Home for the Aged, 1028 Benton Ave., N.S. Funeral Mass In the Home Chapel, FN., n a.m. C0LABRESE An TiiMiibu lulu lO lOOl Frank; beloved husband of Ethlyn McFeely Colabrese of Shadyside; brother of mrs. Lena tsaraoas. wrs. Virginia V carol a & the late Mrs. Mary lannaechlone; also nieces and nephews. Friends may call at H. SAMSON INC., 537 Neville St. (Oakland Civic Center) wed, & Thurs. 2-4 a, 7-9 p.m. where services will be held on Friday, 1) a.m. Entombment Temole of Memories, Allegheny Cemetery. CONRAD July 19, 1983; William E. of Shaler Two.; husband of Lois F.; father of Lois Ann criooe, wniiam k. & jeanne Conrad; brother of Emma Jean Webb. Friends received Wed. 7-9. Thur. 2-4, 7-9 In NEELY'tf, 2208 Mt. Roval Blvd., Gienshaw. Mass of Christian Burtal 10 a.m.. Fri., St. Bonaverrhjre Church. DOUGLAS On Tuesday, July 19, 1983, Mabel Miller Doualas: moth er of James Douglas; sister of Eleanor M. Schwelnberg, Howard & Dolores Miller. Friends are welcome at BEINH AUER MORTUARY, 2630 West Liberty Ave. 2- K 7.9 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial Friday at 10 a.m. at St. Margaret Church, Green Tree, Pa. 001 Death Notices GILDR0Y On Wed, July 20, 1983, Mary Swankier, of Swiss-vale, beloved wife of John A. Sr.; mother of Marv Ellen & John A., Jr.; sister of Phyllis Davln, Daniel A. & James W. Swankier. Friends received at the THOMAS L. NIEO FUNERAL HOME, 7441 Washington St., Swiss-vale. Family hours 2-4 & 7-9. Mass of Christian burial at St. Anselm Church Sat. at 9:30 am. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. HASLETT The Funeral Service for Margaret Bertram Haslett, of Vestal, N.V., will be held on Friday. July 22. at 2 p.m., at T. D. TURNER'S FUNERAL HOME, Wllk., with Rev. Harry H. Johns III officiating. Interment will be In Homewood Cemetery, Mrs. Haslett, a native of Munhall, Is survived by her husband. Ward Haslett (formerly of Wilkinsburg), her daughter, Mrs. Franklin (April) Brown, two orand-sons, Bruce & Douglas Brown & two sisters, Grace Thurston & Louise Espy. HOLMES Rosemary Haney Holmes on Julv 20, 1983 of South Hills, wlte of the late Francis D. Holmes; beloved mother of Audrey H. Oanley and Rosemary H. Henk; 3 grandsons; sister of Herbert neney, emoucTn LoriMcMy, Margaret Hanev and the late Joseph Hanev. Friends received by the family Thursday 7-9 p.m. and Friday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. READ-SHAW FUNERAL HOME, INC., 1503 Brownsville Rd. Funeral Saturday at 9:30 am with Mass or cnrisnan Burial 10 am, St. Basil Church. Burial Calvary Cemeterv. IACI Suddenly on Tues., July 19, 1983- Ross P. of Pltcalrn- husband of Shery Comunale; son of Dolores (Dolly) & the late Ross; brother or Robert. Friends will be received at JAMES J. ALFIERI FUNERAL HOME, 201 Marguerite Ave.. Wilmerdlno. after 7:30 E m. Wed. Mass of Christian i.lll C DnK4 D.IIumIu Church, Sat., 10 a.m. 001 Death Notices JOHNSON ii4finlvj An TiuAtHAu li.lv. 19, 1983; Carl Aj brother of Harold. Elmer, May Fel-meth, Ida Barker, Margaret Kisier & me iare tawarq; also survived by nieces & nephews. Friends welcome at BEINHAUER MORTUARY, ioju nesi Liuer ry Mve,, Th lira l.i t 6 - ' where Service will be held Friday at 11 a.m. Mr. John son was a memoer or Lor-morrt Lodge 684 F.& A.M. KLEYLE Unexoectedlv on Monriav July 18, 1983; Dr. Francis X. Klev'e, age 83, retired Prof, at Duquesne Univ.; husband of the late Helen M. Kleyle; father of Robert ana james Meyie & wary Mar caret Kearnev brother of Paul Kleyle, Marie Silva ana tym Meyre; granara-ther of Barbara, James. Ann Marie & Thomas. Friends received at WM. SLATER A SONS, INC, Virginia Ave. & Kearsarge ai., mi. wasning-ton, until 9:15 a.m., Friday, Julv 11- Funeral Mam In t Mary of the Mount Church at 10 a.m. Dr. Kleyle was a former member of the Pgh. Symphony at the time of his death was with the Butler Symphony. Contributions may De maoe to me Francis & Helen Kleyle Memorial Fund at Duquesne Univ. KNEZEVICH Suddenly on Julv 19. 1983. Anna Mae of Oakmont; mother of Cathy Elckhorst, Merrle, Andy, Joyce & Amy K neievlch; daughter of Esther Herron; sister of Roberta Metzger. William & Raymond Herron. Jean Tursky & Lucille Whar-tenby. Friends will be received Wed. 7-9i Thurs. 2-4. 7-9, THOMAS 6. ENGLISH FUNERAL HOME. 378 Maryland Ave., Oakmont, where Service will be Fri., 11 a.m. Interment private. LAFFEY Suddenly on Tues., Julv 19, 1983; Anne E. Novak Laffev of So. Mill; beloved wife of the (ate James J. Laffey Sr.; mother of Mrs. Mary-anne Madden LeeSeverna Park-Md.( Martin G. Miami Beach-Fl.. Leo L.Coreopolls, James Jr. Green Tree & late John C. Lahv; sister of Mrs. Margaret Steele; LATEST DEATHS Angell, Mary Powell Averbach, Eleanore Baker, Adam P. Bruns, Edward A. Byers, Virginia L. Cochran, Catherine Tracey Conrad, William E. Douglas, Mabel Miller Gildroy, Mary Haslett, Margaret Bertram Helwig, Mabel E. Holmes, Rosemary Haney laci, Ross P. Johnson, Carl A. McEvoy, James G. O'Brien, Joseph H. Rice, Margaret M. Cavanaugh Roman, Andrew R. Sands, Elizabeth Jane Simeone, Edward P. Slavkin, Katie W. Straznick, Anna Sweeney, Lenore Mary Turner, Elizabeth Teschke Vandall, Eva Volpe, Raymond Waite, James A. Zion, Jack 001 Death Notices also survived by seven grandchildren. Friends will e received at JOHN A. FREYVOGEL SONS, INC., 4900 Centre at Devonshire St., 2-4 & 7-9 weds. & Thurs. Funeral Fri. Mass of Christian Burial. St. Phllo-mena Church, 10 a.m. PREVIOUS DEATHS Colabrese, Frank Kleyle, Dr. Francis X. Knezevich, Anna Mae Laffey, Anne E. Novak McCormick, Marie F. Mooney. David P. Walsh, Michael T. 001 Death Notices Mccormick Marie F.. on Tues.. Julv 10 1983; beloved wife of Elmer E.; mother of Mrs. Daniel (Shirley) Sammon, Sr. Alice marie i.n.vt., James K. & Foley; nine grandchildren ana one grear-grandchiid. Friends may call 7-9 p.m. Wednesday, 2-4 & 7-9 p m. Thursday at the ROTH CHAPEL OF MORASCO-KNEE-SOXMAN, LTD, 7450 Saltsburg Rd.. Penn Hills. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m.. Fri., St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. McEVOY On Tuesday, July 19, 1983, James G. McEvoy; husband of Catharine (Cornell) McEvoy; also survived by many nieces & nephews. Friends & members of Mt. Washington Baptist Church received at WM. SLATER ft SONS, INC., Virginia Ave. & Kear-sarge St., Mt. Washington, where Service will be neld Friday at 2 p.m. Interment In Mt. Lebanon Cemetery. Visitation 2-4 & 7-9 pjn. MOONEY David P, July 15. 1983; of Chaifant Boro; husband of of Phyllis Cleliand of Grove City. A Memorial Mass will be held In St. Colman R.C. Church, Friday at 11 a.m. Arrangements by the JOBE FUNERAL HOME. O'BRIEN On Tuesday. July 19, 1983; Joseph H. OBrien; long time employee of the Palmer Restaurants of Poh. Friends welcome at BEINHAUER 001 Death Notices MORTUARY, 2630 West Liberty Ave., Thursday 7-9. where Blessing Service wlil rje neio saruraay or iu a.m. Interment private. RICE On Tuesday. July 19 1983, Maroaret M. (nee Cavan augh) of Penn Hills; beloved wire or the late James mother of Jane Henry, Helen Klbel. MAraaret Hoi linger, Michael JT Rice and vary ay i eenmeyer; sister of Florence Welfen; also survived oy 16 grandchii dren fl 54 oreat-orandchll dren. Friends will be received at william f r-n ai t cnuroti U St A A IT 11735 Frankstown Rd. (at kooi Ka.) penn miiis. t-uner-al on Friday with Mass of Christian Burial In Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament Church. (Notice of Time later). Visitation Wed. -v p.m. inurs. z-a & -y ROMAN Suddenly on Tues. July 19, 1983. Andrew R. of Rosslvn Farms; beloved husband of me iare tmei m. Koman; survived by two sons James A. & Allen H. Roman, one dauother Verna R. Stofan; five brothers, two sisters; 1 1 grandchildren & three great-grandchildren. Friends received 7-9 Wed., 2-4 & 7-9 Thurs. at the HENRY R. HENNEY FUNERAL. HOME, 524 Wash-Ington Ave.- Carnegie where services will be held on Fri. at 11 a.m. Interment Jefferson Memorial Park. Family suggests memorial contributions to the First Presbyterian Church of Carnegie or to the Charity of your choice. SANDS In St. Charles-Mo., on Sun., July 17, 1983; Elizabeth Jane Sands (formerly of New Wilmington 0. Mt. Lebanon-Pa.) beloved wife of James Sands; mother of Patricia Ann Bruner & Sarah Ellen White; sister of Nancy Caeverly t, Mary Ann Gllles alo survived bv five grandchildren, two great-grandchildren. Friends may call at LAUGHLIN S, JJIV TVCST LIDWTV AVI., IWT. Lebanon, where Service will be held Fri., July 72, at 11 a.m. Visitation Thurs. 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Interment Mt. Lebanon Cemetery. Mrs. 001 Death Notices Sands was a member ot the Daughters of the American k evolution. SIMEONE Edward P., on Wed. July 20, 1983; beloved brother of Arthur Simeone, Mary Nlgro aim tiic iotc rrances i am- also survived bv nieces iL nephews. Friends received inurs. & i-ri., z-4 & 7-y at WINTER FUNERAL HOME, 4730 Friendship Ave. Funeral on Saturday, at 10 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial In Our Lady Help of Christians cnurcn ar 1 1 a.m. SLAVKIN An TitcHav lulu 1Q Katie W. Slavkin; wife of the late Isadora Slavkin; mother of Dr. Marvin D. Slavkin of Pgh., Rabbi Rle-van W. Slavkin of Bay anore, li ana me iare byi-via Slavkin Clateman; sister of Hannah Wess, Belle Slavkin. Rosella Ruttenberg all of Fgh. and Madelyn PefVa of NYC; also six grandchildren & seven great-grandchildren. Services at RALPH SCHUGAR CHAPEL. S509 Centre Ave., Shadyside, Thurs. at 1 p.m. Interment B'Nal Israel Cemetery. Family requests attendance at Service with no prior visitation. Contributions may be made to the South Side Hospital Building Fund. STRAZNICK On Weds., July 0, 1983; Anna; wife of late Joseph Straznick; mother of Frances Veltrl, Jean Zlellnskl, Ann Stanlslaw, Norberr Strarnlck Sr. & late John Straznick; also 13 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral from the VERNE R C. LUTZ FUNERAL HOME, (formerly Hennlnger) 4635 Butler St., on Sat, July 23, at a.m. Mass of Christian Burial In St. Atiauctln Church at 10 a.m. visitation ana -v. SWEENEY On Wed. July 70, 1083 Lenore Mary, beloved wife of Charles K. Sweeney ot Ross Twp.; mother of kafheleen Marv, Charles Timothy, & Kevin ward Sweeney; daugher of Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Hertsted nf rhir. go; sister of Edmund of Las Vegas, Ward ot Chicago i. Louise Musto of, Chicago. 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices Friends received r-ri. t-A & 7-9 T. B. DEVLIN FUNERAL hum t, BU6 Kerry Hwy., North Hills. Mass of Christian burial in St. Teresa cnurcn bat. io am. contri. buttons to the Leukemia So ciety of America. 717 Liberty av. rgn. 15222 TURNER Elizabeth Teschke of the S.S., on Weds., July 20, 1983; beloved wife of the late Joseph Turner; mother of Clara Miehl, Loretta, Charles, Rev. Robert G. Turner (Pastor of St. Joseph Church, Duquesne, Pa. I, Theresa Whelen, Paul & the late Joseph Turner Jr.; also 10 grandchildren, four greatgrandchildren. Friends re-cleved at the HARRY A. OLECHOWICZ FUNERAL HOME, 18th & Jane Sts., S.S., Thurs. & Fri. 12 noon to 9 p.m. Funeral Sat., 9:15 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Peter Church, 10 a.m.. Rev. Robert G. Turner, Celebrant. VANDALL Eva Forsythe, 100 yrs. on Wed. July 20; wife of the late John M. Vandall; beloved mother of John Cecil, Audrey Farren, Milton N., Ja nes A Margaret Ellison, Norman B. & late William & Charles Vandall; also sur vived oy vi granaennoren, 26 great-grandchildren, three irear-grear granaennoren. r lends mav call 2-4 I 7-9 MAURICE L. KNEE. LTD.. Center at South, Wllk. (park ing on premises, services Saturday, 11 a.m. VOLPE On Tues. Julv 19, 1983, Raymond of White Oak, beloved husband of Evelvn- father of Chester. Joseph, Amleto (Mallay) & fcvelyn Turner; also two grandchil dren; brother of Louis Volpe. Friends wilt be received JOHN L. QUINLAN FUNERAL HOME, llth & Airbrake Aves., Turtle Creek. Mass of Christian burial In St. Angela Merlcl Church, White Oak, Sat. at 10am. Visitation with family 2-4 & 7-9 pm. WAITE James A. of Mt. Lebanon, on Wednesday, July 20, 1983; husband of Elizabeth Douglass Waite; father of Elizabeth Ann Waite and Nancy Waite-Kahn; brother of Mrs. Charles (Barbara) Barnes, Howard Waite 4 Mrs. Lawrence (Carolyn) Skillen. Visitation 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Thurs. only at PAUL I. HENNEY. INC., Funeral Home, 5570 Library Rd., Rte. 88, Bethel Park. Funer-al Fri. at 10 a.m. Contributions may be made to Waite Scholarship Fund, Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, PA. WALSH Michael T., on July 18, 1983, of Oakland, Pah. (formerly of Etna) husband of Mabel M. Stadfer Walsh; father of Edward J. Walsh ot Slippery Rock PA; grandfather of Timothy Walsh of Slippery Rock & Mrs. Kevin (Susan) Wigton of Ann Arbor Ml.; retired employee of National Valve Co. In Etna. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. at WM. J. OGRODNIK FUNERAL HOME, 333 Butler St.. Etna. Funeral Mass In All Saints Church, Etna, on Friday at 10 am. ZION On Tues. July 19. 1983, Jack zion, beloved husband of Llbby Wasserman Zion; beloved father of Harvey 4 Leonard zion, Joni Fishman 4 Harriet Goldstein, all of Bella Parker, both of Phlla- uciMnio a me late Mildred Godorof; also seven grandchildren. Services at RALPH ji-muuak CHAPEL, 5509 Centre Ave., Shadyside, Thurs. at 11 a.m. visitation one hour prior to services. Interment Shaare Torah Cemetery. 007 Mon.-Cemetery Alleg. Mem. Pk Cemetery-6-grave lot. B.O. 371-1539 ir-rrrocnu .ima . Garden of Peace 864-3823 ' JEFFERSON MEMORIAL 4-GRAVE LOT. 462-1984 LAWN CRYPTS-2 at Alle. Co. Mem. Pk. Reat 922-9472 - 7

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