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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Monday, September 14, 1987 OBITUARIES TODAY'S WEATHER 32 Th Accu-Weather "forecast for 6 P.M., Monday, September 14 Partly sunny and mild with a high in the mid-708. Tonight, fair with a low In the mld-50s. Tomorrow Mostly sunny, lows In the 50s, highs in the 70s. Wednesday Increasing cloudiness with a chance of showers, lows in the 50s, highs In the 70s. Thursday, Friday Variable cloudiness and a chance of showers, lows from 50 to 60 and highs In the 70s. if' 1 I r - -. V r '' ' M vf - ir 'i"- iiili STORMS 1 1987 Accu-Weather, Inc. FRONTS Warm Cold Stationary 100 Mrs. Reinhold of Beechwood Boulevard, Squirrel Hill, was the widow of Paul B. Reinhold, a Pittsburgh industrialist, civic leader and unsuccessful Republican candidate for mayor in 1959. She was a native of Wichita, Kan., a graduate of the University of Kansas and a member of Shadyside Presbyterian Church, Twentieth Century Club, Duquesne Club, Lon-gue Vue Club, Pittsburgh Athletic Association and University Club. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today in John A. Freyvogel Sons Inc. Funeral Home, 4900 Centre Ave., Shadyside; Services will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Shadyside Presbyterian Church, 5121 Westminster Place. Entombment will be in Homewood Cemetery, Squirrel Hill. Anne Rohan Coyne Anne Rohan Coyne, 75, a lifelong resident of Oakland and a member of " St. Regis Church, died Saturday of uremic poisoning in Kane Regional Center, Ross. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at John A. Freyvogel Sons Inc. Funeral Home, 4900 Centre Ave., Shadyside. A Mass will be said at 10 a.m. tomorrow in St. Regis Church, Oakland. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Hazelwood. Nation sky PaalMhra: H L cond. Amarillo 73 52 Cldy Anchorage 61 42 Clear Atlanta 82 71 Cldy Atlantic City 73 69 Cldy Baltimore 80 71 Cldy Boston 65 57 Rain Buffalo 74 66 Cldy Charleston. S.C. 92 75 Cldy Chicago 79 57 Cldy Cincinnati 79 67 Cldy Cleveland 76 63 Cldy Dallas 65 65 Clear Denver 83 47 Cldy Des Moines 69 49 Cldy Detroit 74 65 Cldy Honolulu 90 77 Clear Houston 92 71 Cldy Indianapolis 86 65 Cldy Jacksonville 65 73 Rain Las Vegas 92 69 Clear Los Angeles 72 65 Clear Miami Beach 91 82 Rain Milwaukee 75 59 Cldy Minneapolis 66 54 Cldy New Orleans 90 70 Cldy New York 72 65 Cldy Norfolk 88 74 Cldy Orlando 90 76 Rain Philadelphia 74 68 Cldy Phoenix 101 73 Clear Portland, Ore 66 59 Rain St. Louis 62 62 Cldy St. Petersburg ... 88 74 Rain San Diego 70 65 Cldy San Francisco.... 67 58 Clear Seattle 62 55 Cldy Washington 83 71 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 VHF band at 162.55 MHz. District Today's Sky forecast: H L cond. Altoona 77 54 Shrws Bradford 70 50 Shrws DuBois 74 52 Shrws Erie 74 60 Shrws Harrlsburg 77 62 Shrws Youngstown 76 66 Cldy Morgantown MM M Foreign Berlin 70 52 Rain Buenos Aires MM M Geneva 76 50 Cldy London 70 64 Cldy Madrid 95 66 Clear Mexico City MM M Montreal 73 57 Cldy Moscow 63 52 Clear Paris MM M Rome 88 63 Clear San Juan 91 77 Cldy Sydney 70 46 Clear Tokyo 79 72 Cldy Toronto 72 52 Rain Vancouver 64 52 Cldy skies 7:31 p.m. 7:00 a.m. index Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. County Department Health's 24-hour pollution number Is 578-8111. the Pittsburgh district rising yesterday continue to rise slowly stages were reported as Allegheny River: Warren, Franklin, Pa. 5.3 S, 3.8 S. Monongahela Greensboro, Lock 7, Pa. Cheat River: Parsons, R. West Fork River: W.Va. M . Youghio-gheny Sutersville, Pa. 3.5 River: Beaver Falls, Pa. River: Pittsburgh, Pa. Dashlelds Dam 14.7 S, Dam, Pa. 13.1 S, Lock and Dam, W.Va. Wheeling Wharf, Wheeling, M . M Missing; P Rising; S Stationary; Unknown. He also was former president of the Bridgeville Kiwanis Club. Mr. Strasser was a skilled magician and staged free magic shows for children living in several South Hills communities every year He was a member of the Pittsburgh Magicians Club Lodge 52. Mr. Strasser was a member of St. Agatha Church in Bridgeville. Survivors include his wife, Eva Nader Strasser; daughter, Nancy Hertzell of Upper St. Clair; a son, Robert Strasser of Canf ield, Ohio; six grandchildren and a brother, Louis Fischbacher of East Pittsburgh. Friends will be received from 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow and Wednesday at the Fryer Funeral Home, 729 Washington Ave., Bridgeville. A Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Agatha Church, Station Street, Bridgeville. Burial will be in Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Peters. William M. Maley William M. Maley, a Dravo Corp. executive, died Saturday of cancer in St. Clair Hospital. Mr. Maley, 58, of Sunrise Drive, Mt. Lebanon, was vice president and general manager of the Northern Division of Dravo's aggregates division. His division supplied the concrete for the construction of Three Rivers Stadium as well as sand and gravel for many projects from Cincinnati to Charleston, W.Va. He was a 1952 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh. He served as a lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War. He had worked for Dravo since leaving the Marines in 1956. Surviving are his wife, Kathleen Reardon; two sons, Bill Jr. of Boston, and Patrick at home; two daughters, Maggie of Cleveland and Annie at home; two brothers, Lawrence of Boston, and Richard of Richmond, Va.; and a sister, Patricia Donley of Green Tree. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Albert J. Freyvogel Funeral Home, 112 Fort Couch Road, Bethel Park. A Mass will be said at 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. Thomas More Church, 126 Fort Couch Road, Bethel Park. Burial will be in Queen of Heaven Cemetery,. Peters. Claire D. Reinhold Claire Dewey Reinhold, 85, a member of the Duquesne University advisory board and Pittsburgh Opera and Civic Light Opera auxiliaries, died Saturday of a heart attack in West Penn Hospital. Almanac Highest temp. Sept. 14 since 1874 was 80 In 1952. Lowest temp. Sept. 14 since 1874 was 36 In 1975. Airport temperatures 1 am 67 1 p.m., 78 78 79 79 80 79 77 75 72 70 69 67 2 a.m 67 3 a.m 68 4 a.m 68 Sam 67 6 a.m .-. 66 7 a.m 67 6 a.m 68 9 a.m 69 10 a.m 71 11 a.m 73 Noon 76 2 p.m... 3 p.m... 4 p.m... 6 p.m... 6 p.m... 7 p.m... 8 p.m... 9 p.m... 10 p.m... 11 p.m... Midnight Temp, and precip. this date: '88 '85 '84 '83 '82 '81 High 77 62 86 73 69 81 Low 64 57 54 56 66 60 Mean 65 69 70 65 78 71 Prec. 0 0 0 .54 0 0 Airport at 12 a.m. today. Press. T H Wind Weather 30.03 67 93 NW5 Clear Yesterday's high 80 Yesterday's low 66 Yesterday's mean 72 Yesterday's precip 0 Normal temp.day 65 Excess temp.day 7 Excess temp.month 9 Excess temp. year 651 Total prec.month 1.26 Normal prec. month 1.36 Total prec.year 31.14 Normal prec.year 27.46 In brief Speakeasy charges filed Two men and a woman were "arrested at 3 a.m. Saturday and accused of operating a speakeasy at 1616 Chateau St., Manchester. Liquor control board agents and police, who led the raid, said there were about 50 people in the home at the time. Charged with liquor code violations were Van Gilbert, 61, Michael Jones, 41, and Helen Gaines, 21, who listed their addresses at the Chateau residence. They were released on nominal bonds and scheduled for a Wednesday hearing at the North Side district justice's office. The guests were released. Police said $1 admission was being charged to enter the house, where drinks were sold. 3 to be tried in death Three men accused of the shooting . death of a security guard during a ' robbery at a North Side convenience store will face trial on criminal homicide charges. Held for trial following Friday's coroner's hearing were Reginald Worthy, 24, and Ger- aid Small, 24, both of Old Orchard Circle, Broadhead Manor, and Lar-one Williams, 21, of Kedron Street, Homewood. They are charged in the Aug. 29 death of Curtis Jackson of Sewickley, who was shot while working in the store at Allegheny and Western avenues. ' Guilty plea entered A Mt. Lebanon man whose home was raided for drugs last March pleaded guilty Thursday to selling, delivering and possessing marijuana. Joel A. Nussbaum, 24, of 950 Segar Road, pleaded guilty to selling more than $3,000 worth of marijuana to Whitehall Detective Robert Butelli. Nussbaum was arrested last March in a raid on his home during which Bethel Park policeman Lynn Sutter, 42, was accidentally shot and killed by another officer. Nussbaum will be sentenced at a later date. Woman gets 10 years A Baldwin woman who pleaded guilty to third-degree murder in the shooting of her boyfriend received the maximum 10- to 20-year sentence Thursday from Common Pleas Judge David S. Cercone. Kimberly PREVIOUS DEATHS 001 Death Notices Petrelll, Marilyn T. brother of Rocco Pittsburgh Sunset Mon Sunrise Tues Pollution Downtown Brackenrldge Avalon Hazelwood Liberty Bor. N. Braddock Oakland S. Fayette The Allegheny ot complaint River report Rivers in were generally and will today. River follows: Pa. 3.6 S, Parker, Pa. River: 9.5 S . W.Va. 3.5 Clarksburg. River: R. Beaver 4.4 S. Ohio 16.7 P, Montgomery Pike Island 13.9 P. W.Va. F Falling; Pool; R U Peter Strasser Peter Strasser businessman, sports promoter Peter Strasser, 80, a Pittsburgh businessman, sports promoter and civic leader, died yesterday in St. Clair Memorial Hospital, following a long illness. A resident of Bridgeville, Mr. Strasser came to Pittsburgh from Germany at the age of 19. Mr. Strasser was president of the Pittsburgh Indians professional soccer team that won the North American Professional Soccer Championship in 1948. His soccer teams won six Pennsylvania soccer championships and two national amateur soccer championships. Mr. Strasser also was past president of the North American Professional Soccer League. He was inducted into the Western Pennsylvania Hall of Fame in 1974. He also was chairman of the United Fund campaign for 15 years and headed the Surplus Food Organization and the Special Gifts Committee of the Bridgeville Public Library. Mr. Strasser ownedStrasser Jewelry Co. in Bridgeville and was a charter member and vice president of Bridgeville Savings and Loan. He received the American Legion Distinguished Service Award in 1960 and was given the Man of the Year Award by the Greater Bridgeville Area Chamber of Commerce in 1968. He was past vice president of the Greater Bridgeville Area Chamber of Commerce, past president of the Bridgeville Hungry Club and past president of the American Jewelers Association. Proposition The pedestrian in a miniskirt and white net stockings slid into Michael Sippey's car without invitation one night last week and asked, "You're looking for a woman, right?" In a manner of speaking, that was the case. Sippey, an undercover city vice squad detective, had stopped his unmarked police car at Ninth Street and Fort Duquesne Boulevard. And he was looking for women prostitutes. In his job, Sippey has arrested hundreds of them. And that's what he Man charged in child From local and wire dispatches Alan Lefcourt, a computer analyst from Murrysville, has been charged with one count of interstate transfer of child pornography in connection with a two-year federal investigation. He is one of nine men from six states that federal officials in New Jersey have charged with a number of child pornography offenses, the New York Daily News has reported. The men were not part of an organized ring, and did not know each other. They are linked only by the single undercover agent who participated in the probe. The offenses include shipping X-rated videos in the mail and transporting boys for prostitution, with an 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices BRYLKA (Gerber) On Sun. Sept. 13, 1987, Jeanne Bretz, beloved wife of Joseph A. Brylka; mother of Patricia. Lisa, Jill, Jan, Michael, William L and Steven Gerber; step-mother Deborah Tokar, Charlene Vltous and Charles Brylka; sister of Patricia wallawlcz. Marie Hallls and Richard Bretz; also nine grandchildren. Friends received at the FRANK R. PERM AN FUNERAL HOME, INC, 4825 Butler St.. Lawrencevllle. Notice of time later, visitation from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. BUNDY Ronald, of R.D. 2, McDonald, suddenly on Sept. 1 1, 1987: beloved son of Bettv DAVIDSON Evelyn S- Davidson, June 24, 1906, died on 10, 1987, former resident Robinson Twp. for 50 mother of Burton C of Wellington, Warren K. Davidson Gladstone, Missouri Evelyn Almasy of ten grandchildren; ten sister Dorothy Newton of PA and Ruth Lrrtlecott Lauderdale, Florida. service will be p.m., on Sept. 14. at Grove Community Church, Drive, Forest Grove of Robinson Twp, PA. later In Calvary McKees Rocks. turns into chase, capture test will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 27 at White Oak Park. For information, call the Chieftains at 335-7135. Eucharistic Rosary Rally The Most Rev. Joseph V. Adamec, bishop of the Altoona-Johnstown Catholic Diocese, will preside and be the principal speaker at the Eucharistic Rosary Rally. The event will begin with a procession at 2 p.m. Sept. 27 at St. Joseph Church on' Railroad Street in Johnstown and will proceed to the War Memorial Arena. The bishop will carry the Eucharist through downtown streets. Jackson to speak Saturday The Rev. Jesse Jackson, Democratic presidential hopeful, will be the keynote speaker for the 20th annual Monsour Medical Center Foundation Ball Saturday at the Churchill Valley Country Club. Jackson, who was in Pittsburgh for a Labor Day rally, will hold a press conference at 6:30 p.m. and deliver an address after the 7:30 p.m. banquet. The foundation awards scholarships and grants and sponsors medical research. Community center grant The new Jewish Community Center development campaign has received a grant of $175,000 from the Howard Heinz Endowment and $40,000 from the Pittsburgh Foundation. The campaign is trying to raise $11 million for construction of the new community center in Squirrel Hill. Lottery results William E. Waller of Philadelphia won the grand prize of $50,000 in the Pennsylvania Saturday Spin game. Four finalists won prizes of $5,000 each. They were Carmen Perez of Pittsburgh; Judith Filitsky of Fair-chance, Fayette County; Tony Gorman of Hanover, York County, and Mary Stangl of Allentown, Lehigh County. Lottery players are entered in the Saturday Spin after getting a free ticket in the instant lottery game. Saturday's daily number 513. Saturday's Big Four 1829. Notices 001 Death Notices Deaths elsewhere Gary Bongiorni, 34, a Pittsburgh native who moved to Australia, was killed around noon yesterday in a motorcycle accident. He had lived in Brisbane for the past four years and worked for Prime Computers, an American firm. Survivors include his wife, Jackie, and a son, Peter, both of Brisbane; his parents, Frank and Helen Bongiorni of Scott; and two brothers, David of Morgantown, W. Va., and Dennis of Durham, N.C. A memorial service will be held 10 a.m. Saturday at Our Lady of Grace Church on Kane Boulevard in Scott. Frederick Edward "Fritz" Howell, 87, Ohio sports editor for The Associated Press for 32 years, Saturday at his home in Sarasota, Fla. - Anthony P. Filippino Sr., 74, a retired steel worker, yesterday of heart failure in Fairview Hospital, Cleveland. A longtime resident of -Rankin, he left Pittsburgh in 1975 after retiring from U.S.Steel's Carrie Furnace Works in Rankin. Oscar-winner Mervyn LeRoy, 86, who produced "The Wizard of Oz" and directed scores of films including "Mister Roberts" and "Babes in Arms," of heart failure Sunday in his -Beverly Hills, Calif, home. But before he could stop the car, the man grew suspicious, jumped out and ran, with Sippey and Williams in pursuit. At Garrison Way, the man jumped into the back of a passing pickup truck headed for the Strip District. The frightened driver kept going, police said. But by then, a zone police car was involved. It caught up with the truck and stopped it just blocks away on Smallman Street. There, Daryall Jones, 28, a man with no address, 10 aliases and a "three-page police record that includes prostitution offenses, was arrested on prostitution, resisting arrest and simple assault charges. . He is being held in county jail on $10,000 bond pending a City Court hearing tomorrow. Ugandan bishop to speak Festo Kivengere, Anglican Bishop of the Diocese of Kigezi in Uganda, will be the featured speaker for the W. Don McClure lectures in world mission and evangelism Sept. 27-29 at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. The bishop, a 1966 graduate of the seminary, is a teacher, evangelist, author and leader of the African Evangelistic Enterprise in East Africa. He has received the St. Augustine Cross, awarded by the Archbishop of Canterbury for significant ministry to the worldwide Anglican community. For information, contact Jeanette Rapp at 412-362-5610. Notices LATEST DEATHS Brylka, Jeanne Bretz (Gerber) Bundy, Ronald Coyne, Anne Rohan Danowski, Dr. Thaddeus S. Duerr, Sidney Rebert Ermakoff, Xenia Filippino, Anthony (Red) Hudac, Lad D. Hughes, Leonard L. Sr. Jones, Betty J. Kaminsky, Anna Marie Kopia, Catherine M. Lewandowski, Walter P. Lofe, Marie E. Maley, William M. McCambridge, Bridget Rielly Pavlik, Anna H. Phillips, Carl J. Puhalla, Lawrence F. Ouerry, Celestine L. Reinhold, Claire Dewey Ross, Asper William (Bill) Sherlock, Ida B. Charlton Smith, Arthur Stein, Susanna M. Strasser, Peter Thomas, Rev. John J. Traeger, Frederick A. Zerega, John P. Jr. 001 Death Notices. HOME, J8J8 Washington Rd., (Peters Twp.). on Mon., 5-9 p.m. Mass or Christian Grace Church, Tues., loam, j Opalka, 25, formerly of 3005 Church-view Ave., will serve her term in the State Correctional Institution at Muncy. She shot William P. Rodgers, 38, once in the chest last January while she was driving him to Carrick on Becks Run Road. Rodgers, also of 3005 Churchview Ave., owed Opalka an undetermined amount of money. He was a bartender at Bill's Bar on East Carson Street. Science program open Westinghouse Electric Corp. is inviting Pittsburgh high school seniors to apply for spots in the Westinghouse Science Honors Institute, which allows 290 seniors to meet with scientists in several fields on 12 Saturday mornings from October to March at the Westinghouse Research & Development Center in Churchill. The deadline for applications is Friday. Information packets have been sent to high school principals and to science faculty members, whom student interested in applying should contact. Free food distribution There will be a free, government surplus food distribution for eligible Pittsburghers from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at Nazarene Baptist Church, 7053 Hamilton Ave.; at New Grace Baptist Church, 7711 Tioga St., at 10 a.m.; at East Hills Community Christian Church, 2151 Wilner Drive from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; at the Salvation Army, 8020 Frankstown Ave., and the Baptist Temple Church, 7241 Race St., from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; at the Pittsburgh Mennonite Church, 7211 Thomas Blvd., from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and for senior citizens only in the East Hills Public Housing High-Rise and the Kelly Street Public Housing High-Rise. Limited archery season set A limited archery deer-hunting season in Harrison Hills and White Oak is being instituted by the county Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation. It will be limited to licensed bow hunters who have received Allegheny County proficiency certifications, and the number of hunters will be set daily. Open testing for certifications will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 26 and 27 at the Chieftain Archery Club of Leechburg, 56 Bypass (Leechburg Road) between New Kensington and Leechburg. A second certification - -4- 001 Death Notices 001 Death may be made to a charity of your choice. ROSS On Frl.. Sept. 11, 1987, Asper William (Bill) Ross; beloved brother of ALIce Caruso, Nell and Roger Ross. Fruneral from McCABE BROS., INC.. FUNERAL HOME, 6214 Walnut St., Shadyside on Tues., Sept. 15, at 8:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial In Sacred Heart Church at 9:30 a.m. Visitation with family Sun. and Mon. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. SHERLOCK (Charlton) On Sun;, Sept. 13, 1987, Ida B. of Allison Park; mother of Lawrence P. Rice, Margaret M. Bauer, Ruth M. Splrk, Anna C. Cannon, Eileen E. Loqel Matthew J. Sherlock and the late Howard T. Rica; sister of Kath-erlne M. Bell; also 31 grandchildren and 48 greatgrandchildren. Friends received 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the WM. J. OGROONIK FUNERAL HOME, 333 Butler St., Etna, Mass of Christian Burial In St. Ursula Church on Wed. at 10 a.m. SMITH Arthur, on Sept. 12, 1987; beloved father of Jean Bish & Wilma Nagy; one brother. Charles Smith; also survived by three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Friends received at the THOMAS & LITTLE FUNERAL HOME, Midway, Pa., Mon. 2-4 and 7-9, where Services will be held Tues. afternoon at 1 p.m. STEIN Susanna M., of Duquesne, on Sun., Sept. 13, 1987; wife of the late Raymond: mother ot Edna Gabrelclk, Raymond P. (Sid) Stein, Alberta L. Klrsch Russell J. Stein, Susanna B. Snvder and Dolores M. Swlger; also 21 grandchildren and 35 greatgrandchildren. Visitation Mon. 7-9 and Tues. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at MALOY SCHLEIFER FUNERAL HOME, 915 Kennedv Ave.. Duquesne. Burial at St. on Wed. at STRASSER On Sun., age 60, husband of of Nancy Hartzell Robert Strasser OH; Fischbacher six will be by the Tue. and the S. B. HOME, Rule Washington Interchange, Mass of be held Church, a.m. Family be Bridgeville St. Agatha Kiwanis charity of viewing Mon. THOMAS Rev. John Home Sept. 12, Rev. Nicholas also one nieces. Friends In SPALLINO HOME, 819 Charlerol, 7-9. Translation will take Additional in the R.C. Church, of Christian 11 a.m.. are requested charity. TRAEGER Frederick Sun;. Sept. of Ruth of Patricia Cheatwood, Traeger Trapper; DIPalo and also one 2-4 A Tues. at was looking to do in that Downtown section about 10 p.m. Wednesday. While the individual beside him in a pink blouse was certainly acting like a prostitute, offering to commit a sex act for $20 if Sippey drove to the Strip District, the officer knew he was not dealing with a woman. "He was 6-1 and weighed about 200 pounds," Sippey said. Nonetheless, the officer pulled out from the corner. He wasn't headed to the Strip, but to the next corner, where his partner, Chester Williams, was waiting to help make the arrest. pornography probe undercover witness recording the transactions. Lefcourt, 42, confirmed the charge yesterday. "I'm charged with one count of interstate transfer of child pornography. This was a black part of my -life," he said. "This happened a long time ago. I made a mistake. I am a good, upstanding citizen and have gone through enough hell. This is unfair. It happened over 2Vfe years ago," he said. "Since that time, I've gotten married and led a model life. I have nothing to be ashamed of, and any investigation by any party will prove that." 001 Death Notices 001 Death FILIPPINO On Saturday. Sept. 12, 1997, Anthony (Red) of Rocky River, OH, formerly of Rankin; beloved husband of Anne Forglone; brother of Anne, Mariano, Michael, Pauline, Mary, John and the late Felix and Josephine. Arranpements by MARTENS FUNERAL HOME, Rocky River, OH. HUDAC On Sat., Sept. 12, 1987, Lad D. of Glbsonla; husband of Agnes Paisa Hudac: lather of Lad, David, Michael, Christopher, Gerald, Peter 4 Mark Hudac; four sisters, Elizabeth, Susan, Sophie & Dorothy Hudac; also 12 grandchildren. Friends received at SCHELLHAAS FUNERAL HOME, LTD., Heckert Rd., Bakerstown Mon. 3-5 & 7-9 p.m. Tues. 9-11 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial at Holy Sepulcher Church. Middlesex Twp. at noon. Family requests memorial gifts to St. Andrew's Abbey, 2900 M. L. King Dr., Cleveland OH 44104. HUGHES On Sun., Sept. 13. 1987. Leonard L. Sr.. husband of Dorathea Schmidt, of Hampton Twp.; father of Joanne M. Devore and Leonard L. Huahes Jr.: survived bv KAMINSKY Anna Marie, 12, 1987, Stephen A. mother Kamlnsky no; also grandchildren call 2-4 & and Tues. CHAPEL KNEE Saltsburg Penn Hills. Burial Baptist Wednesday K0PIA Catherine 11, 1987, of beloved wife Kopla; mother Jr., Sue Ellen of Beatrice and Wilbur Friends BRADWELL INC.. Chartiers Blvd., Carnegie, will be Sept. 15 at on Sun. 4 and 7-9 from 2-4 and LEWAND0WSKI On Sept. 12, of N.S.; of N.S.; also . born Sept. of years; Davidson Kansas. of and Crafton; greatgrandchildren; of Mercer, of Ft. A memorial at 2 Forest Presbyterian William Section Interment Cemetery, DUERR and Charles Bundy; brother of Janice McCartney: orand- son of Roxle Bundy; also survived by a niece and a nephew. Friends received at Mass of Christian Joseph Church 11 a.m. Sept. 13. 1987, Peter, of Bridgeville; Eva Nader formerly Pgh.; father of of U.S.C. and of Canfield, step-brother of Louis of E. Pgh.: also grandchildren. Friends personally received family Mon. 79, Wed. 2-4 & 7-9 af FRYER FUNERAL selected as a Golden Funeral Home, 729 Ave., Bridqeville lnterstate-79. Christian Burial will at St. Agatha Bridgeville, Thur. 10 suggests contributions made to the Public Library, Church, the Bridgeville Club, or the your choice. First 7 p.m. J. of tha Vlncen-tian of Pgh. on Sat.. 1987; brother of J. Thomas; nephew and four will be received the CARL J. FUNERAL Fallowfleid Ave.. on Tue. 2-4 and of the body place Wed. 2 p.m. visitation Wed. 2-9 Mother of Sorrows Charlerol. Mass Burial Thurs. at Bishop John B. McDowell officiating. Donations to one's favorite INC., Funeral Home, 5570 Library Rd., Rte. 8a, Bethel Park. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Joan of Arc Church Wed 10:30 a.m. Can. trlbutlons may be made to m. joan or Arc llower tuna. ZEREGA Mr. John P. Jr.. 81. 13AO Scorpious Ct, Merrttt Island. Fla. On Sept. 13, 1987, at his home. Born In Brooklyn. n.y. tame to nnerrnr isiana 18 vears aao from Glen Rock, N.J. He was President of A. Zerega and Sons Pasta Company, the first macaroni company in the United States and founded by his grandfather, 1848. Ha was one of the founders of the vaiiey National banK, wnere he served as a Director In Fair Lawn, NJ. He was a member of the Cocoa Beach Power Squadron and a lifetime member of the Merrltt island Rotary Club. Survivors Include his wife, Kathryn of Merrltt Island; one son, Peter of Pittsburgh, Pa.; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Jo Finch of Geneva, Fla., Mrs. Kathryn Schaeffer, St. Louis. Mo.; one sister, Mrs. William Kent of West Paim Beach. Fla.; 16 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. A mass will be read Wednesday morning 10:00 a.m. from the Divine Mercy Catholic Church, Merrltt Island, Fla. The Rosary will be said Tuesday evening 7:00 p.m. from tha WYLlE BAXLEV MERRITT ISLAND FUNERAL HOME. The family requests that contributions be made to the Sisters of the Precious Blood, corner of 54th Street and Fort Hamilton Parkway, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11219. on Sat., Sept. wife of the late Kamlnsky; beloved of Andrew and Frances Foil survived by seven and 13 greatgrandchildren. Friends may 7-9 p.m. on Mon. at the ROTH OF MORASCO SOXMAN, LTD, 7450 Rd. at Universal, Mass of Christian In St. John the Church. Unity, on at 11 a.m. M., on Frl., Sept. Carnegie, PA; of Stanley W. of Stanley, Roberts; sister Bell, Clarence Cain; one grandchild, Michael Kopla. may call at the & NIRELLA, FUNERAL HOME. Ave. at Mansfield where services held on Tues., 10 a.m. Visitation from noon until p.m. and on Mon. 7-9. 1987, Walter P., brother of Joseph, survived by sister-in-law, Louise; also seven nieces and nephews, nine great-nieces and nephews and two great-great-nephews. Friends will be received Sun., 7-9; Mon., 2-4 & 7-9 in the PAUL C STEPHENS FUNERAL HOME INC, 600 Cedar Ave., N.S.. where funeral Service will be held on Tues. at 9:30 a.m. followed by Mass of Christian Burial, Our Lady Queen of Peace Church. L0FE Sat, Sept. 12, 1987, Marie F I of wife of the late On Friday. Sept. 11, 1987, Sidney Rebert Duerr; wife of the late Samuel A. Duerr Sr. of Valencia; mother of Samuel A. Duerr, Jr.; grandmother of Samuel A. Duerr, III, Mrs. Sidney Duerr Plnnle and David C Duerr- great-grandmother of Efltabeth Plnnle. Friends received at the SCHELLHAAS FUNERAL HOME, LTD- Heckert RcL Bakerstown, sun. Noon-4 & 7.0- AAt-tn. 11 a.m. until ser Radclitfe; Phillips, Anthony Phillips, Harry Phillips, and Mary Ritter; also survived bv six grandchildren. Friends received at WM. SLATER & SONS, INC., Virginia Ave. & Kearsarge St., Mt. Washington until 9:15 a.m. Wednesday. Funeral mass at St. George Church 10:00 a.m. Visitation 2-4 p.m., 7-9 p.m. PUHALLA After a brief Illness, on Frl., Sept. 11, 1987, Lawrence F.( of Regent Square- beloved husband of Grace Davis: father of Joseph, of MD, Larry Jr.. of Bethel Park, Robert, of North Versailles, and Margaret, of Regent Square: also nine grandchildren; brother of Gaby A. Bradshaw, of FL. Friends received 12-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sun. and AAon. at the THOMAS L. NIED FUNERAL HOME, INC.. 7441 Washington St., Swiss vale. Mass of Christian Burial Tues., 10 a.m. In St. Anselm Church. Memorial Contributions may be made to the St. Anselm Parish, Swlssvaie. QUERRY On Sun.. Sept. 13, 1987 Celestine L.; beloved wife of the late Robert McCreight and Russell Ouerry; mother of Mrs. Roberta M. (John) Corona: grandmother of Roberta J. Corona. Friends received In the EDWARD P. KANAI FUNERAL HOME, 500 Greenfield Ave. where services will be held Tues. at 1 p.m. Visitation with the family MONDAY ONLY 2-4 and 6:30-9 p.m. REINHOLD On Sat., Sept 17, 1987, Claire Dewey Reinhold; beloved wife of the late Paul B. Reinhold; daughter of the late Dow and Dara Boone Dewey; also survived by a niece, nephew and cousins. Friends will be received at JOHN A. FREYVOGEL SONi, INC., 4900 Centra at Devonshire St. on Mon.. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral on Tues. Service will be held In the Shadyside Presbyterian Church at 2 p.m. En-i tombment Homewaodi rmtery. R e me mb rentes the THOMAS A. LITTLE FUNERAL HOME. Oak dale. Pa, Sun., 7-9; Mon. 2-4 and 7-9 where service will be held Tues. morning at 11 a.m. COYNE On Sat.. Sept. 15, 1987 Anne Ronan Coyne; beloved wile of the late Peter I. Coyne. Friends will be received at JOHN A. FREYVOGEL SONS, INC., 4900 Centre at Devonshire St. on Sun. and Mon. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral on Tues. Mass of Christian Burial St. Regis Church at 10 a.m. Davidson, Evelyn S. 001 Death Notices MALEY On Sat., Sept. 12, 1987, William M., of Mt. Lebanon; beloved husband of Kathleen Reardon Maley; father of Maggie, Bill, Patrick, Annie Maiev; brother of Lawrence, Richard, and Patricia Donely. Friends received 2-4 and 7-o p.m. at ALBERT J. FREYVOGEL FUNERAL HOME, 11 Fort Couch Rd., Bethel Park (opp. Home's, South Hills Vlilaoe). Funeral Liturgy In St. Thomas Mora Church on Tues. at 10 a.m. McCAMBRIDGE On Saturday. Sept. 1?, 1987, Bridget Rielly of Braddock; wife of the late Alexander; mother of Marian Murgi, Bernadette Lynch Golden, John P. McCambridge and Patricia Adams; also 23 grandchildren; and 43 greatgrandchildren. Friends received Mon. and Tues. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the ALBERT G. LESKO FUNERAL HOME, Bell i. Jones Aves., N. Braddock. Mass of Christian Burial Wed. at 10 a.m. In Good Shepherd Church. PAVLIK On Sat., Sept. 12, 1987, Anna H., of Steubenvlile, OH; wife of the late Albert; mother of Albert Jr. and Eleanor R. Navlor; prandmoth. er of Albert D., Virginia A. Exley, Charles A., Carol E., Linda N. Yenok, Douglas F. Navlor Jr, M.D., Deborah N. Vencl and Robert S. Navlor; also 12 great-grandchildren; sister of Dorothy Fette, and Elizabeth Homuika. Friends received at NOVAK FUNERAL HOME, 3313 Brighton Rd. Funeral Tues. 1 p.m. Visitation 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. starting Sun. 7 p.m. PHILLIPS On Sat Sept. 12, 1987, Carl J. Phillips, beloved husband nf Carl Phillies. jVmt E. of Evelvn B. Philliosr father vice time at 2 p.m. Friends Invited. Family requests memorial gifts to St. John's Lutheran Care Center Building Fund, Mars, PA 16046. DANOWSKI ERMAK0FF On Frl., Sept. 11, 1987. Xe-nla, of Munhall. age 90; beloved wife of the Tate Harry Ermakoff (Yermack); mother of Nellie Andreychek. Ojpa Specimen, Rev. Dimrfrl Er-makov and the late Michael Yermack; sister of Nell Wydo of Munhall Mary Bol-car of Vender grift, and the late Samuel Zias of Vander-grift: 14 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren. Visiation On Sat.. Sept. 12, 1987, In Miami, FL, Dr. Thaddeus S.; beloved husband of Phyllis Little Danowski; father of Stanley T. Danowski; broth, er of Jane D. Weiss, Mil-dred Danowskl Blake, Mrs. Plegfa Danowskl Sellers, Rudolph Danowskl A the late Edwin M. Danowskl. Friends received at JOHN A. FREYVOGEL SONS, INC.. 4900 Centre at Devonshire St. Tue. 7-9nm i Wed. 2-4 A 7-9pm Funeral Thurs. Mass four grandsons. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. at the HFRBERT R. KING JR. FUNERAL HOME, Route at Woodland Circle, Allison Park. Funeral Service will be held on Wed. at 11 a.m. In Trinity Evangelical Lu theran Church, Glbsonla. JONES Betty J., on Sept. 12. 1987; beloved mother of Sharon, Diane, Eugene, Darrell, Anthony and William; sister of Patricia; also seven grandchildren; and a host of other relatives. Friends received 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Mon. and Tues. at the SPfflGGS A WATSON FUNERAL HOME, 770 N. Lang Ave., E.E. Funeral Service Wed. at 2 p.m. In the Morrv ingside Church of God In Christ, 5.173 Dearborn St. In-, ferment Allegheny Cem. at me justPM a. pkuku-POVITSH FUNERAL HOME, 431 9th Ave., Munhall, Sun 4-9 p.m.; Mon., 2-4 and 7-9 A., of Library, on 13, 1987; husband Miller Traeger; father Richard G. Traeger, Carson, Karen James F. and Donald R. brother ot Agnes Dorothy Klaus; grandchild. Visitation 7-9 Mon. and PAUL L. HENNEY, 007 Mon.-Cemetery graves, settle est. 655-7356 HOMEWOOD CEM-3 plot. Best otter. 814-234-2448 JEFFERSON MEM PK-2 lot moving, must sell. 678-9617. jTfFErTON MEMORIAL PARK 2 crypts In the mausoleum. Call 221-7059. ) Charles F. Lofe Sr.; mother of Donald P. Lofe, Audrey C. Lang Marjone Kovacs and the late Charles F. Lofe Jr.; sister of Frank Freed-men Ethel Hogue and Ruth Brecnt; also survived by ten grandchildren and eloht great-grandchildren. Friends welcome at BFINHAUERS, a GOLDEN R'JLE FUNERAL p.m. Panlhlda Mon., 7:30 ?.m. Funeral services 9:30, ues. at the Funeral Home, 10 a.m. at Holy Virgin Dor-mttfon Church, McKeesoort. Interment In Greoorv Ceme- or cnristian tjunai sr. raui Cathedral 10 a.m. Interment Derby, CT. Remembrances may be sent to The Dr. Thaddeus Danowskl Research Trust. Memorials accepted by Emerson Hess, esq., 3 Gateway Cnter, foh. PA I52J2. . i fprv. West MlffHn.

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