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PITTSBURGH POST-OAZFTTE B THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1999 B-7 STATEREGION Mom rejoices at return of rights to boys Joy to the world of Orthodox ing the birth of Christ. Churches and their elaborately painted and frescoed interiors full of icons were illuminated with candles and suffused with incense, while priests chanted prayers and bells rang. After receiving blessings last night for a year oT peace and prosperity, families returned home. At the Rev. Stevan Rocknage's home in McKeesport, his oldest son then brought straw into the house and placed some under a table. The priest's wife, Jo Ann Rocknage, tossed coins into the straw, which symbolizes the stable and manger, "for good luck in coming to Christ," said Rev. Rocknage, priest at the St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church. This morning, the 40-day-long Phillip's, or Nativity, fast was broken with Eucharist during the Divine Liturgy service. Once home, many families will enjoy a meal of roast suckling pig or barbecued lamb. The celebration of Christmas is not the only calendar conflict. There is a 13-day difference between the Julian Orthodox churches and other Christian churches for every single feast day and celebration except Easter, which virtually all Orthodox celebrate according to the Julian calendar. Because of the vagaries surrounding how the Orthodox determine the yearly date, once every few years the Easter observances coincide for all the Christian churches. This year, the Orthodox will observe Pascha on April 4; the rest of Christendom will do so on April 11. The next time both will observe it on the same day is in 2001. The Eastern Orthodox have retained the Julian calendar, said Aristeides Papadakis, both a professor of history at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, because of the schism that already existed between them and the VVest-ern Church. OBITUARIES for millions ORTHODOX FROM PAGE B-1 Except for this ongoing Christmas date dichotomy, there aren't many other differences within the Orthodox Christian Church. Members of the 15 self-governing Orthodox churches around the world in countries such as the United States, Serbia, Romania, Greece and Russia plus the ancient centers of orthodoxy in Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch and Jerusalem are united in the essentials of faith, liturgy and hierarchy. There are much bigger differences in Christmas services and basic theology between the Orthodox and the Western Christian churches, which include Roman Catholics and, since the late 1500s, the Protestants. The so-called Eastern and Western roots of Christianity are like siblings who argue and then harbor a lifelong grudge. This rift has lasted nearly 1,200 years, kicked off by the christening on Christmas Day 800 of Charlemagne as the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. Today, even though both Orthodox and Catholics trace their genealogy to the same source and share similarities in liturgy, and vestments, they remain enduring rivals because of a couple of critical canonical and theological differences: fealty to the pope and wording of the church's original creed. What does it all have to do with Christmas? Cont. from Page B-6 MILLER EDWIN S. On Wed., Jan. 6, 1999; beloved husband of Lucille T. Miller; father of Steven E. of Northridge, CA, Kenneth A. of Kent, WA and Kurt G. Miller of Aurora, CO; grandfather of Parker and Benjamin Miller. Member of VFW Post 764 McMur-ray, PA. Employee of Bushnell, Inc. for 34 years. No visitation. Memorial service in South Hills Community Baptist Church, Saturday, 11am. In lieu of flowers donations to South Hills Community Baptist Church, 2j00 Old Washington Rd., Pgh. 15241 or Family Hospice, 250 Mt. Lebanon Blvd. Ste. 203, Pgh. 15234. Arrangements by FREYVOGEL SLATER FUNERAL DIRECTORS. MOROVICH JOHN R. Beloved father of Karla M. Legato; died in early evening December 31, 1998, in Christiana .Hospital, Newark, Deleware. Mr. Morovich was a 1945 graduate of Bethel Park High School; served in the U.S. Navy during W. W. II, upon his return he built a reputation for his skillfull work in detailed, ornamental plastering; his interests included Classical Music and Gardening; he had a great love for outdoor activities, such as camping, canoeing & fishing; he raised Pomeranians and Beagles and had extensive knowledge of birdlife in North America. Mr. Morovich is survived by his daughter Karla M. Legato; two grandsons, Joseph M. and James John Legato, grandaughter Maria Legato; a brother Reverend Mr. Edward Morovich and two sisters Mrs. Margaret Popovich and Mrs. Betty Hammer. Family and friends will be received at PAUL L. HENNEY MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC. 5570 Library Rd, BETHEL PARK, Thursday evening Jan. 7, 7 -9 p.m. and Friday Jan. 8, 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Saturday, 10 a.m. St. Valentine Church, Bethel Park. Burial at Queen of Heaven Cemetery. MUSGROVE JOHN D. Wednesday, December 30, 1998, John, age 48, of Penn Hills; devoted husband of Kathy Musgrove; father of Johnny, Joshua, and Jennifer Musgrove. Memorial Service Saturday, January 9, 1999, 1pm, in Jehovah Witness Kingdom Hall, 5311 Mossfield Blvd., Stanton Heights. Arrangements by GEORGE A. WARDEN FUNERAL HOME. NICRO MARIETTA (CARDILLO) On Wednesday, January 6, 1999; beloved wife of the late William B. Nigro; loving mother of Rosemary Willson (late Donald Wilson), Patricia Castilli, William B. Nigro, Jr. (Marie Nigro), Joyce A. Hudak (Michael Hudak) and Gail Nigro; also survived by 9 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; sister of Helen Menten, Dorothy Tripoli and Robert Cardillo and the late Alfred G. Car-dillo, Henry Cardillo and Edith Di-Georgio. Funeral from MCCABE BROS., INC., FUNERAL HOME, 6214 Walnut St., Shadyside on Saturday, 9am. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Raphael Church at 10am. Visitation with the family Thursday and Friday, 2-4 8. 7-9 p.m. O'BRYAN SUZANNE M. (BLASKOVICH) 53, of Penn Hills, on Tuesday, January 5, 1999; beloved mother of Christine R. (Ron) Wilson, Charles M. O'Bryan, Cathleen S, O'Bryan and Dantel S. O'Bryan; grandmother of Tera and Ronny Wilson and Reed would not discuss with the ACLU settling the Kolle case, and Walczak said just yesterday morning that he had received several more phone calls from Beaver County women who contended their rights were violated in termination cases, including one that Walczak described as "very serious." He said he hoped that now that the ACLU has a working relationship with Judge Reed those cases could be worked out as well. And, he said, he doubts the problems are unique to Beaver County, but that is the only place he has received complaints from. In Beaver County, there were 19 terminations in 1997 and 25 in 1998. Challenges have forced Reed to reverse two of those, and two more are being appealed. In Allegheny County, there were nearly 400 terminations in 1997 and nearly 500 in 1998. Max Baer, administrative judge for the Family Division of Allegheny County Common Pleas Court, said he did not know how many of them had been reversed. But, he said, he and the other juvenile section judges routinely overturn their own terminations if they feel there is a problem. For example, they would reverse their own termination if the parent showed up a half-hour after the hearing concluded and said she'd been delayed by a late bus. "We really try to insist that we cross every "t" and dot every "i" in every case," Baer said, "because with the exception of capital punishment, there is nothing worse you can do than take someone's child away." pm Thurs. at HEALY-HAHN FUNERAL HOME, 425 Grant Ave., Millvale. Mass of Christian Burial Holy Spirit Church Friday 9:30 am. WARD MARGERY L. (LEAMER) Age 73, of Mt. Lebanon, on Monday, January 4, 1999, beloved wife of Willliam F. Ward; mother of W. Alan Ward, MD, of Charlotte, NC, Barbara Jane Ward Azzolina of South Park Twp., and Kirk Brian Ward of Fort Worth, TX; six grandchildren; sister of Arthur E. and Richard D. Learner. Margery belonged to the Greentree Chapter 510 O.E.S. No visitation. A memorial service will be held at St. Stephen Lutheran Church, Friday, 7:30 PM. Funeral arrangements by BEINHAUERS, 531-4000. WERLING GERTRUDE A. Age 90; formerly of Bucyrus St.; on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 1999; sister of Sr. Mary Bernard, C.D.P. and the late Sr. Mildred, C.D.P. There are no visitations. Flowers gratefully declined. Friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial in Guardian Angels Parish, St. Martin Church, Saturday 12:30 PM. Memorials may be made to Guardian Angels Parish. Arrangements by ANTHONY G. STAAB FUNERAL HOME. WILLIAMS THEODORE R., SR. Age 91, of North Side, died January 4, 1998. He was a Deacon Emeritus of Pilgrim Baptist Church. Husband of Minerva Dooley Williams; brother of Lola Bell Green of Library; father of Charles Williams of Clairton, Rudolph and Phillip Williams, Julianne Dixon and Mary Skinner, all of Pgh, and Doris Williams of Detroit. So many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren that the number is too difficult to count for fear of missing someone; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Friends will be received on Thursday, 2-9pm, in the Pilgrim Baptist Church, Juniata St., Manchester, where Service will be held Friday at 1pm. Interment High-wood Cemetery. Arrangements handled by CALVIN L. SHEFFIELD FUNERAL HOME, INC. 1125 Allegheny Ave, N.S. ZGAINER ADELINA Age 80, formerly of Harmar Twp, died Wed., Jan. 6, 1999; wife of the late Edward; mother of Margaret Z. Stewart and Judith Miller; sister of Sylvia Napoli; also three grandchildren. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9 at CHARLES B. JARVIE FUNERAL HOME, INC. 1607 Pittsburgh St., Cheswick. Christian Funeral Mass will be celebrated Fri. 10 a.m. in St. Alphonsus Church, Springdale. 003 In Memarlam DeMAURO NANCY On her birthday January 7th. Festive lights still shining bright, bells rang in the new year. Three kings followed the star to find the Christ Child near. We join our voices with angels above, Singing Happy Birthday to one we dearly love. Happy Birthday Mom. Your Family. IORIO LANCE JOHN 19501992 It has been seven vectrs since God called vou home and a part ol us went with vou. That place In our hearts that belongs lust to vou Is aching. You are our dearlv beloved son, brother, and uncle. Till we meet asaln, Lance, vojr loving family. RIGHTS FROM PAGE B-l rights and those of two other women whose parental rights were terminated while they were in jail, Warnick said she was not angry. "I have no ill feelings toward anyone. I am glad everything has been worked out. Sometimes people make mistakes more than anyone, I know that." While Warnick praised God, Witold Walczak, director of the Pittsburgh ACLU, lauded Judge Robert C. Reed, the Beaver County president judge who sought out the ACLU to settle the lawsuit. Walczak said Reed was "wise and courageous" for admitting problems with his termination procedures and offering to settle the suit. On the day that suit was filed, the ACLU and two other lawyers also asked the state's highest court to reverse Reed's termination of the rights of Amanda Kolle of Carnegie to her 9-month-old son, William. That suit also alleges Kolle's constitutional rights were violated, but the ACLU and Reed did not address that suit in their settlement, and it remains before the Supreme Court. Kolle's son was given by a family friend to a Beaver County couple, Ronald and Deborah DeCostro of Center, to adopt. When the couple learned that Kolle wanted her son back, they asked Reed to terminate her rights. He did that Dec. 15. Walczak said Reed contacted the ACLU through an intermediary shortly after the suit was filed to determine if a settlement could be reached. That settlement calls for creation dith Winslow and her husband, Eric of Lewisburg, Rebecca West and her husband, Rev. James of Myer-stown and the late Daniel; grandmother of Mike and Lori Scholze, Rose, Carmen and the late Amanda Marotta, Rachel and Dan Scholze, Amanda and Emma Winslow, Benjamin and Adam West; sister of Alice Marasco of Plum, Pete Fer-raiuolo of North Braddock, Frank Ferraiuolo of Forest Hills, the late Joseph and James Ferraiuolo and the late Theresa Esposito; also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Friends may call 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday at PATRICK T. LANIGAN FUNERAL HOME, 700 Linden Avenue At Cable, East Pgh., (412-824-8800). Mass of Christian Burial in St. Maurice Church, Forest Hills, Friday, 10am. Burial will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Greenfield. Memorial donations may be made to St. Maurice School, 2001 Ardmore Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa 15221. SCHROEDER RICHARD D. Age 77, on Saturday, January 2, 1999, beloved husband of Edna; father of Paul L., James K. & Mark A. Schroeder; grandfather of Drew, Claire, Sarah, Kari & Katie; brother of Emma Dorn, Jeanette Irwin & George Schroeder. Mr. Schroeder was the Purchasing Manager for Copperweld Steel retiring in 1984. He was a member of Bethel Lodge 761 F.&A.M., BPO Elks Lodge South Hills 2213, VFW Post 764 8. Co-Founder of the Elliott Survivors Club. There are no visitations. Friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service in Christ United Methodist Church, 44 Highland Rd., Bethel Park on Saturday, January 9 at 11 am. Memorials may be made to The American Heart Association. Arrangements by ANTHONY G. STAAB FUNERAL HOME. SCHWEITZER CHRISTOPHER GEORGE OLIVER On Tuesday, January 5, 1999, of Forest Hills, formerly of Pinehurst, NC, age 91, beloved husband of 33 years to Betty Schweitzer; father of Linda Goslin of Forest Hills, Sandra Williams of Valencia and John Hunter of CA; also survived by seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Mr. Schweitzer was a 33rd Degree Mason. Friends received 10-11 a.m. SATURDAY ONLY, at the THOMAS L. NIED FUNERAL HOME, INC. 7441 Washington St., Swissvale. Service at the funeral home on Saturday at 11 a.m The family requests memorials to the American Heart Association. SHAPIRO ANNE D. Age 100, on Tuesday, January 5, 1999, beloved wife of the late Ben Shapiro; beloved mother of Murray and Harriet Shapiro of Pittsburgh and Dr. Herbert Shapiro, of Bay Village, OH; sister of the late Clara Deutch; grandmother of Allen Shapiro of FL, Jill and David Mortell of Pittsburgh; great-grandmother of Mandi, Kate and Alex Stephen. Services atRALPH SCHUGAR CHAPEL, INC. 5509 Centre Ave., Shadyside on Friday at 2 PM. Visitation 1 hour prior to services (1-2 PM). Interment Beth Shalom Cemetery. Family requests no home visitation. Contributions may be made to Forbes Hospice, 6655 Frankstown Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15206. SILVAS (SILVASI) ELIZABETH T. On Sunday, January 3, 1999; daughter of the late John and Elizabeth Abraham Silvasi; sister of the late John A. Silvas; dear sister-ia- law of Theresa Silvas; beloved aunt "I am glad everything has been worked out" Michelle D. Warnick of a committee that will review procedures in Beaver County termination cases and recommend new court rules to protect the rights of children and parents. The committee, which is to include both Reed and Walczak, is to make the recommendations within 90 days. Then the ACLU will review Beaver County cases for a year to ensure that the new standards are followed. The committee will establish rules for termination procedures, including giving parents notice of termination hearings, informing them of their right to a lawyer and telling them that their rights have been terminated and how to appeal. Reed did not attend the news conference yesterday, and he could not be reached for comment. He released a brief statement in which he said, "We are all only interested in protecting the rights of both parents and children and we intend to work toward that goal." Walczak said Reed should be commended because, "This thing could have dragged out for months. Instead, Judge Reed has chosen to settle and look at the process and make corrections where necessary." of Marylouise Tobin of Seattle, Joan Bower of Westchester, PA and Thomas Silvas of Penn Hills; also other nieces and nephews. Visitation on Wednesday & Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. at the MARK V. SAUVAGEOT FUNERAL HOME, 126 Hazelwood Ave. (on premises parking) 421-1165 or 800-421-4578. Funeral Mass 10 AM. on Friday at St. Stephen R.C. Church. Memorials to St. Stephen Parish or Forbes Hospice. STANSBURY JOHN B. Suddenly on Tuesday, January 5, 1999; beloved husband of Rose --v Marie Stansbury; fa-y?J?v tner f Roseann, (ySo;) Cathy, Dell, John, Edward and Sam; " nine grandchildren. Mr. Stansbury was a captain in the city fire department, retiring in 1988, and was a WWII Veteran serving in the US Navy. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9 Thursday & Friday ANTHONY G. STAAB FUNERAL HOME, 900 Chartiers Ave., W.E., PGH. Mass of Christian Burial in Guardian Angels Parish, St. James Church, Saturday, 10:00 a.m. STARK ROBERT LOUIS Age 61, of Allison Park, died on Wednesday, January 6, 1999, after a long and courageous fight with cancer; beloved husband of Loretta Mihalick Stark; beloved father of Dr. Robert Louis Stark 1 1, of Butler, PA, Valerie Stark Smith, of Raleigh, NC and Sherri Stark Ruth, of Freedom, PA; beloved grandfather of Stacy, Dustin, Brian, Hilary, Victoria, Rebecca, Nicole, Robert III and Joshua; also survived by two brothers Joseph and George Stark and one sister Carol Stark, all of East McKeesport; preceded in death by his father and mother George and Veronica Stark, of East McKeesport and his sister JoAnn Stark Turk, of North Huntingdon. Family to receive friends Thur. 7-9p.m. 8, Fri. 2-4 & 7-9p.m. at BOCK FUNERAL HOME, LTD., 1500 Mt. Royal Blvd., Glenshaw. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Mary of the Assumption Church, 2510 Middle Rd Glenshaw, on Sat. at 10a.m. Robert was formerly employed with U.S. Steel in the Central Engineering Dept. for 23 years and was employed at Tippins, Inc. in Etna as a Project Engineer. He was a University of Pittsburgh graduate and played football for the Pitt Panthers in the late '50's and early '60's. TEREZ SR. MARYJO C.S.F.N. Age 81 of Bellevue on Tuesday Jan. 5, 1999; daughter of the late Boleslaus and Alexandra (Polakowska) Terez; sister of Helen Prosinski and the late Clarence, Harry and Alfred Hydash also survived by nieces and nephews. Friends received at the Srs. of the Holy Family of Nazareth Mother House, 285 Bellevue Rd. on Thurs. ONLY 2-6PM. Wake services Thursday at 4:30PM. Funeral liturgy on Friday in the Mother House Chapel at 11m. During her 64 years of religious life, Sr. MaryJo was dedicated to teaching elementary school children in the first thru fourth grades In the Dioceses of Erie, Pittsburgh, Detroit and Cleveland TO 8 AC MARIE On Wed. Jan. 6, 1999; age 85 of Millivale; sister of the late John, Agnes, Frank, Leonard & Rose To-bac; sister-in-law of Pearl 8. Emma Tobac; also survived by nieces & nephews. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9 Thousands of Orthodox Christians today are in the midst of their Christmas celebration because they follow the Julian calendar, attributed to Julius Caesar, The emperor ordered the Egyptian astronomer Sosigenes to correct the existing 355-day Roman calendar, which had to add a month of 22 or 23 days every other year to compensate for lost days. Sosigenes made a new calendar with three years of 365 days and the fourth year with 306 days, beginning in January. Until the late 1500s, the entire Christian church followed the Julian calendar. But then Pope Gregory XIII came out with his own version, to compensate for the 11 minutes of extra time each year that had been included in the Julian calendar. (By then, that 11-minute mistake had compounded to 10 days; today, it's 13 days.) The Western Church (todav's Roman Catholics) and most of the western world adopted the Gregorian calendar. Not all Orthodox sects have stayed with the Julian model for Christmas. In 1924, many of the Orthodox churches Greece (outside of Jerusalem), Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch, Romania, Bulgaria and Cyprus adopted the Gregorian calendar. Many others, including the Serbian Orthodox, did not. For them, Christmas Eve began last night. Outside many churches, a branch of a young oak tree, signifying Christ's cross, was broken into pieces. Services began with prayers announc Brandon O'Bryan; dear sister of Adrienne O'Neill, Michael Blaskov-ich and Michelle Cindric. Friends received 7-9p.m. ONLY on Thur. at MAURICE L. KNEE LTD., FU-NFRAL HOME, 7663 Saltsburg Rd., (Across from S & T Bank) Plum. Mass of Christian Burial Fri. at 10a.m. in St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Childrens Hospital, Ronald McDonald House or American Cancer Society. PANULINE GEORGE On Jan. 1, 1999, George of Virginia Beach, formerly of the Renton Section of Plum; beloved husband of 46 years to Shirley Foy Panuline; father of Brian C; father-in-law of Kathryn L. (Raike) Panuline; grandfather of Amanda; dear brother of Mike Panuline, Irene Kropilak, Margaret Dzierski, Julie Panuline, Ann Timek and Mary Skantzos. Friends & relatives may call BURKET-TRUBY FUNERAL HOME, INC. 421 Allegheny Ave., Oakmont, Fri. 7-9. Service Sat. 1 p.m. at the Funeral Home. Family suggest memorial contributions to the Plum Library or the charity of ones choice. PAPSON EVELYN (DORIO) On Wednesday, January 6, 1999, formerly of Whitehall, wife of the late Jay J. Papson; mother of Jack Papson of Franklin Park and Marilyn Sleppy of Indianapolis, IN; grandmother of Alexander Papson, Lauren and Joel Sleppy; daughter of the late Mary Grace and Dominic Dorio; sister of Helen Petkanicsand Robert Dorio, both of Pittsburgh and Mary Tunney of Pinehurst, NC. Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood, Friday, 2-4 and 7-9 PM where blessing services will be held on Saturday, at 10 AM. If desired, family suggests contributions to Hoover-wood, Hoover Rd Indianapolis, IN 46260. Mrs. Papson was actively involved in real estate in the South Hills of Pittsburgh, from 1975-1990. PEARLMAN HARRY On Saturday, January 2, 1999; beloved husband of the late Celia; brother of Howard Pearlman, Ber-nice Levin, Freda Novak, Ida Nor-dorf, and Shirley Shulman, all of CA., and the late Frank Pearlman; also survived by many nieces and nephews. Services at RALPH SCHUGAR CHAPEL, INC. 5509 Centre Ave., Shadyside on Thurs. at 3 PM. Visitation 1 hr. prior to Service (2-3 PM). Interment Beth Abraham Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Charles M. Morris Nursing and Rehab Center, 200 J H F Drive, Pgh., PA. 15217. PECCI MICHAEL A. On January 5, 1999, age 78, of Penn Hills; beloved husband of Florence Pulice; brother of Aida De-Fazio and the late Gene Pecci; son of the late Gallieno and Camillia Pecci; also survived by many nieces and nephews. Friends received at the LAWRENCE B. McCABE FUNERAL HOME, 9311 Frankstown Rd Penn Hills. (100 owned and operated by the McCabe Family) where visitations will be held on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 2-4 PM. (Afternoons Only). Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday at 10 AM. trom Mother of Good Council Worship Site., St. Charles Lwanga. PEREVUZNIK MARY (STAGON) Formerly of Monroeville, on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 1999; wife of the late Peter Perevuznik; mother of Robert of Monroeville, Rosemary Durmis of North Huntingdon and the late George; sister of John Sta-gon of North Huntingdon and Helen Titus of Jefferson; also 11 grandchildren and two great granddaughters. Friends may call 2-4 and 7-9 PM Wed. & Thurs. at the PATRICK T. LANIGAN FUNERAL HOME, 700 Linden Avenue At Cable, East Pgh., (412-824-8800), where a Panachida will be Thurs. at 7 PM. Funeral Service St. John Orthodox Church on Friday at 11:30 AM. RANKIN IRENE A. On Tues., Jan. 5, 1999; wife of the late Boyd C. Rankin; beloved mother of William (Eileen), Malcolm "Dee" (Mickey) Rankin, Noreen See-hausen and Barbara (Donald) Le-Hew; also survived by 14 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren. Visiting hours Fri.. 2-4 & 7-9 at WM. SLATER & SONS, INC. Virginia Ave. and Kearsage St., Mt. Washington Funeral Mass St. Mary of the Mount Church Sat. 10 a.m. RUSLANDER JOHN HARTWIG On Tues., Jan. 5, 1999; husband of Diana; stepfather of Lea M. Charlton; grandfather of Nathanial; son of Julian Ruslander and the late Anita Ohringer Ruslander; brother of S. Lee Ruslander of Parkesburg, PA and Patricia Ruslander Deery of Scottsdale, AZ; also survived by 3 nephews and 1 niece. Services at Ro-def Shalom Temple, 4905 5th Ave. (at Moorewood) on Fri. at 11 am. Visitation 1 hour prior to Services (10-11 am) in Temple Library. Interment West View Cemetery of Rodef Shalom Congregation. Contributions may be made to New Americans Fund, co of Rodef Shalom Temple, 4905 5th Ave., Pgh., PA 15213 or Pittsburgh Vision Services, 300 S. Craig St., Pgh., PA 15213. Arrangements by RALPH SCHUGAR CHAPEL, INC., SANCHEZ MARY JANE On Wednesday, Dec. 30, 1998; beloved mother of Dawn Michelle Sanchez; daughter of Mary Maderic Figura and the late John Figura; sister of Jean Pachel, Rosemary Symsek, Fidelis Catalde and Jack Figura; grandmother of Damien Neff. No public visitation. A Memorial Mass will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. in Holy Souls Church, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish. Arrangements by SZAFRANSKI-EBERLEIN Funeral Home, Inc. SANTILLI ANTHONY F., JR. "TONY' 41, of Penn Hills, on Tuesday, January 5, 1999; beloved son of Anthony & Ruth Santilli; brother of Kathy 8. Michael Santilli; uncle of Brian & Kristin Stolarczyk. Friends received WILLIAM F. GROSS FUNERAL HOME, LTD., 11735 Frankstown Road (at Rodi Road) Penn Hills, where a blessing service will be held Sat., 10:00 a.m. Visitation Thursday & Friday 2-4 8, 7-9 p.m. SCHOLZE MARY ANTOINETTE (FERRAIUOLO) Of Forest Hills, age 71, died at home under family and hospice care on Monday, January 4, 1999; wife of James Scholze; daughter of the late Vincenzo and the late Alice Roman Ferraluolo; mother of Michael and his wife, Vivian of Harrison City, Susan Marotta and her hufband, Joe of Greensburg, Fred and his wife, Gretchen of Plum, Ju

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