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0-6 PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1999 F.EGIOI STATE $440 million plan to demolish and rebuild parts of city is called too vague by those most affected. eeting sheds little light on Downtown redevelopment project "The process, I think, has failed." Ron Yoc hum, Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation If it is, the goal is to open Market Place at Fifth and Forbes by spring 2003, the officials said. Mayor Murphy wants to create the right mix of local and national stores that will keep Downtown churning into the night while attracting people back from Bethel Park, Cranberry and Monroeville. But many retailers, property owners and city preservationists are upset about the way the project has been handled thus far, claiming the city has kept the plans a secret "The process, I think, has failed," said Ron Yochum of the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation. Yesterday's meeting, organized by city Councilman Sala Udin, was the first of several designed to change that perception. Udin plans to hold informational meetings on the last Tuesday of every month, bringing together project officials and concerned citizens. For yesterday's meeting, he issued 700 invitations. More than 40 people showed. "It's a good start," said Sue Owens, who owns Mo-Gear and Mister G, two stores that fall in the path of Market Place. Before convening yesterday's meeting at the old Alcoa Building, Udin told City Council members that he also is organizing private meetings between council and Urban . By Dan Fitzpatrick . ..." . Post-Gazette Staff Writer . Architects, historic preservationists, retailers and property owners filled a Downtown conference room yesterday, wanting city officials to give them information about a $440 million plan to demolish buildings at the heart of the Golden Triangle and build block after block of upscale boutiques, restaurants and movie theaters. : They didn't get many answers. ' "It was totally disappointing," said Gerald Schiller; owner of a building near Forbes Avenue and Wood Street. "I heard nothing specific. They were just beating around the bush. V.. Mayor" Murphy's executive secretary, Tom Cox; Urban Redevelopment Authority's Mulugetta Birru and officials from ChicagOibased Urban Retail Properties talked for more than an hour but offered few new details. They declined to say which Downtown buildings would be preserved when a development agreement would be signed with Urban Retail Properties, what rents wpuld be charged to the new retailers or how much the project eventually will cost ..'-.. s-. In fadythe city does not yet know the project is a "go," Cox said. the project such as Grant Street and the Cultural District will be affected. "Get it together, Tom. Get it together," Ferlo pleaded. The Market Place project has been shrouded in mystery for two years now, with its cost and timetable changing several times. Initially, the mayor said demolition of current Downtown buildings would begin this summer and the stores would open in 2001. That is no longer true. "I've been wrong so long as to time predictions," Cox said. "I'm done with that" Last year, the cost of the project was $195 million, according to Murphy. Now, it is $440 million. The change occured because the city did not include retailers' interior improvements in the original figure, Cox said. Of the $440 million, $39 million to $41 million would come from a variety of public sources. According to Birru, $10 million would come from the state, $14 million would be diverted from two tax increment financing packages; and $15 million to $17 million would come from the Pittsburgh Development Fund, a city fund that provides loans for new developments. Another $10 million would come from the Strategic Investment Fund, a private loan pool created by the Al legheny Conference on Community Development. The rest of the money more than. $300 million would come from private sources. Yesterday, Urban Retail Properties vice president of development, John Parapetti, said his company would contribute "hundreds of millions" to the project The other public piece is a 500-car, $15 million underground parking garage that would be built beneath a multiscreen movie theater. The URA probably will ask its nonprofit development arm to build the garage, Birru said. The Pittsburgh Parking Authority would operate it. Yesterday, Cox apologized for undue stress the city may have caused Downtown merchants or property owners. The intent he said, was to put together a plan and offer it to the public for debate. To talk about what properties the city wants to purchase or what buildings it wants to demolish without having a development agreement would expose the city to "substantial" legal liabilities, he said. "It's not as though we wanted to keep it secret," Cox said. Staff writer Timothy McNulty contributed to this story. Retail Properties, the likely developer. Like past council meetings on the project, it is likely that a handful of private meetings will be held with the developers. That way, a quorum of council members won't be present and the meetings don't violate the Sunshine Act, the state's open meetings law. Councilman Jim Ferlo criticized Mayor Murphy's handling of the project and said the mayor needs to make an official statement describing the project otherwise, Ferlo said, council won't approve the development. Ferlo said the statement should address the treatment of historic buildings, the stake current business owners in the project's footprint will be given in the development, and how areas on the perimeter of OBITUARIES GOLLING JR. RUDOLPH Age 47 of West Mifflin, on August 28, 1999. An employee of Lifecor Inc. and a Navy veteran. Beloved husband of Norma Jean (Nogach) Golling; loving father of Jennifer Rose Golling; brother of Veronica Wolf, John, Donna, Kevin and Mary Golling; son of Rudolph Sr. and Veronica (Jacobs) Golling; son-in-law of Olga Nogach; brother-in-law of Richard and Pattie Kumf; uncle of Melissa 8c Amanda Kumf, Emily Golling, Gregory Kumf, and Ben & Eric Wolf. Visitation will be from 7-9 p.m. Sunday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday at the JEFFERSON MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, INC., 301 Curry Hollow Rd., Pleasant Hills. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. Agnes Church, West Mifflin. Interment Jefferson Memorial Park the GRIFFITH MORTUARY, INC. 5636 Brownsville Road, Broughton-Curry-South Park Twp where Services will be held Thursday at 11 A.M. Please make donations to the American Cancer Society, 241 Fourth Ave., Pgh., PA 15222-1744. DAPPRICH NELDA L (BROWN) Age 86, fromerly of Castle Shannon, on Monday Aug. 30,1999. Wife of the late Alphonse A. Dapprich; Mother of Claire Marie Boliver of Kill Devil Hills NC, Alphonse P., James W. Dapprich, Diane Mysli-wczyk & Linda Forney all of Pgh.; Sister of Loise Spiker; Also six grandchildren & six great-grandchildren & several niceces 8c nephews. Visitations Wed. 7-9 PM & Thurs. 2-4 8, 7-9 PM at BORON FUNERAL HOME, INC., 1719 Brownsville Road where relatives & friends are invited to attend her services on Friday at 11 AM. DAVIS ORA D. "ORIE" On Tuesday, August 31, 1999, of Robinson Twp., age 67; beloved husband of Sylvia A. (Barone) Davis; father of Anthony L., Donald O., and Dean M. Davis; father in-law of Darci, Donna, and Theresa Davis; grandfather of Dean, Michael, Madison, and Ruth Davis; brother of Doris Weaver, Cecelia Paxton, Lewellyn Davis, Maude Lansberry, and the late Rosella Eazor, Mary and Harry Davis; also nieces and nephews. Friends received Thurs., 7-9 & Fri., 2-4 & 7-9, at the JOSEPH M. SOMMA FUNERAL HOME, 5405 Steubenville Pike, Moon Run, Robinson Twp, where Service will be Sat, 11am. DOERR HAROLD A. At his home on Tues. Aug. 31, 1999. Harold A. of Oakwood. For merly of Carnegie. Beloved husband of Elizabeth; Father of uftrrtpznTo. jonn t., nowara a. fosrmvKE.. & Kar j Doerr; Grandfather of Jonathan Schofield Doerr & the late Jennifer Peace Do-err; Great-grandfather of Amber Estherpeace Doerr; Brother of Charles T. & the late Roy E., Mable K., Louis, Howard, Elmer & HI lores Gallos, Anna Almasey, and the late Rose Cortese, Mary Kacsur and Albert Gallos; special aunt to Jerome and Patrica Weitz; also three nephews. Family and friends received 2-4 8. 7-9 PM Wed only at the JOHN J. GMITER FUNERAL HOME, INC. 119 S. 15th St. (S.S.). Funeral Prayers Thurs at 9:00 AM. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Matthew Church, Prince of Peace Parish 10:00 AM. Memorials made to the American Heart Association, 10 Duff Rd, Suite 304, Pgh PA 15235. GILTENBOTH RUTH M. Age 91, of Zelienople, formerly of Pittsburgh, on Friday, August 27, 1999. Mrs. Giltenboth received a bachelor's degree in education 8 a master's degree in administration from the Univ. of Pittsburgh. She also did extensive postgraduate work. She was a teacher for 13 yrs. 8c a school administrator for 30 yrs. in Pgh. before retirement. She was the principal of Liberty School in Shadyside & supervised the Pittsburgh Homebound teachers. In 1960, she helped establish 8c was principal of the first school in Pgh. for ortho-pedically handicapped children. Throughout her career she belonged & was active in many educational organizations. She was past president of the Pgh., Chapter of Zonta International, a service organization of professional women in administrative capacity. In 1968 she was chosen for a Fulbright program to work in India to develop their educational system. In Aug. of 1984 Mrs. Giltenboth moved from the East End of Pgh. to the Passavant Retirement Center in Zelienople. She was a liflong member in the Lutheran Church. Her churches included Christ's Church in East Liberty that became East Liberty Lutheran Church, English Lutheran Church of Zelienople, 8c most recently the Seaman Evangelical Church at Passavant Retirement Center where she was appointed a member, of the affiliate council to Lutheran Affiliated Services. Beloved sister of Lloyd Giltenboth, of Zelienople; Hazel G. Booth, of Wilmington, DE. A Memorial Service will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 9th at Seaman Memorial Chapel, Passavant Health Center, Zelienople, with a reception following the service. Ar-rangments by BOYLAN FUNERAL HOME, Zelienople. GOEHRING HERMAN J. On Sunday, August 29, 1999, age 88, of Observatory Hill. Beloved husband of 64 years marriage to Georgia (Pat) Goehring. Father of Louis Goehring, Eleanor (Sis) Goehring, George Goehring and Mary Helen Dziniak. Also nine grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Brother-in-law of Marie Zipay and Pete Rentzeperes. Mr. Goehring was a member of AARP 1435 Observatory Hill. Friends received 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday at the HEARD FUNERAL HOME, INC. 4047 Perrysville Ave., Observatory Hill where services will be held Thursday, 10 a.m. GOLIA CATHERINE J. (CZOLBA-ADAMS) On Sunday, August 29, 1999, of Penn H i I Is. Wif e of Louis. Mother of Caryl Kells and Richard Adams of MD. Sister of the late Henry J. Czol-ba and Anna W. Cerra. Also survived by four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Catherine was a member of ISDA Frank DeLeo Lodge and a member of the ISDA bowling league. Friends received at WILLIAM F. GROSS FUNERAL HOME, LTD., 11735 Frank-stown Road (at Rodi Road) Penn Hills Tuesday and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Thursday at 11:30 a.m. followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Gerard Ma-iella Church, 12 noon. Family acknowledges contributions to Greater Pgh. Community Food Bank, 3200 Walnut St., McKeesport, PA 15134 or Womansplace, Inc., P.O. Box 216, McKeesport, PA 15134. LALLI JOHN On Monday, August 30, 1999, John Lalli, 77, of Elizabeth, PA, former proprietor of J. Lalli News, of Elizabeth, husband of the late Frances (Bonno) Lalli; father of Gerry Sandusky, Diane Boehmes, John, Jim and Bob Lalli; brother of Geral-dine Curto; also eight grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Friends received in the PAUL E. BEKAVAC FUNERAL HOME, 221 Second Street, Elizabeth 412-384-4344 on Wednesday 2-4 8c 7-9. Mass of Christian burial Thursday, September 2, 1999, 10 a.m. in St. Michael R.C. Church, Eliz. Twp. Interment Round Hill Cemetery. LAYMON JOHN ROBERT SR. On Sun. Aug. 29, 1999 of the North Side; beloved father of Patricia S. Scott of Columbus, OH, John R. Lay-mon Jr. and Bruce Laymon of Pgh.; brother of Alice Perkins of New Orleans; four grandchildren; a host of other relatives and friends. Graveside services will be held on Fri. Sept. 3, 1999 at 1 p.m. at the High-wood Cemetery, 2800 Brighton Rd., North Side. Arrangements by ROBINSON FUNERAL HOME, 2025 Perrysville Ave., Perry Hilltop. MALON HUGH J. Age 79, of Jamestown, PA, formerly of Pittsburgh, on Tuesday, August 31, 1999. Husband of Jennie R. (Bartosch) Malone. Son of the late Hugh J. and Adelia" E. (Schnupp) Malone. Father of Hugh J. Malone, Jr., Canonsburg, PA, Dolly M. Jones, Pgh., PA and Patricia M. wife of James Zugec, Pgh., PA. Also survived by six grand and two great-grandchildren. He retired as an engineer from the J&L Steel Co., Pgh.,He served in the U.S. Army during WW II. Visitation on Wed. 2-9 p.m. at the RANDALL FUNERAL HOME, 416 Liberty St., Jamestown, PA. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Margaret's Roman Catholic Church on Thurs, at 11 a.m. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Pittsburgh, r McCRORY BERNARD J. Age 88, on Tuesday, Aug. 31, T999, formerly of Castle Shannon; husband of the late Mathilda M. McCro-ry? father of Bernard F. McCrory of MD, Robert P. McCrory of Whitehall, Karen A. McCrory (Safka) of Bethel Park and Kenneth C. McCrory of Mt. Washington; brother of Sara E. Kunzler; beloved grandfather of Brooke E., Alexandra, K.C. and Marguerite Xaviere. Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood, Thursday from 2-4 8c 7-9. Funeral prayer on Friday morning at 9:15 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Thomas More Church at 10:00 a.m. If desired, family suggest contributions to Benedictine Sisters or St. Vincent De Paul Society. MCKEE NELSON On Aug., 30, 1999, loving husband of Elizabeth McKee, beloved father of Sarah L. McKinney, Pgh., Marva Williams, VA, adopted daughter Maggie Hill, MA, 2 sisters Evalena Martin, Pgh., 8c Josephine Rabun, Ml, brother of Robert McKee, FL, 2 brothers-in-law, 2 sisters-in-law, 6 grandchildren, a number of greatgrandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives 8c friends. WEST FUNERAL HOME INC., 2215 Wylie Ave. Visitations Thurs. 2-9pm. Funeral Service Fri., 11am in the Macedonia Baptist Church. Interment Allegheny Cemetery. . , Cont. on Page B-7 Cont. from Page B-5 BORBONUS FRANCIS J. JR. (BUD) Of Pittsburgh. Age 83. On Monday August 30, 1999, Beloved Hus-, band of Alma Wess Borbonus; Lov-' ing Father of Jean Hroncich, Pamela Harms, Frank J. Borbonus III & Robert Borbonus; Brother of Anna Mae Krause, Elizabeth Boyer& Thomas Borbonus; also seven Grand-' children & two Great-Grandchil-'df en.' 'Funeral arrangements by ' BElfVriAUERS. Friends welcome ' at ' 2630' West Liberty Avenue, 531-4000 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Tuesday & Wed. Mass of Christian Burial St. John Vi-anney Parish, St. George Church 11:30 a.m. Thursday. Interment in .Queen of Heaven Cemetery. ' BRADY ' - 1 ELIZABETH L. BOYD Age 91, of North Huntingdon, PA : Sunday, August 29, 1999. Daughter of the late John and Elizabeth (Dunlop) Boyd. Wife of the late Norman Brady. Mother of Grace La-verne Feltes of Ft. Meyers, FL, Mary Jane Doyle of East McKeesport, PA and the late Norman, Walter and William Brady. Sister of the late ..Hugh and William Boyd, Grace Brown and Isabella Trombet-ta. Also survived by sisters, June Boyd Bishop of Irwin, Catherine Sherwin of Mt. Pleasant, Mary Strickler of Newport News, VA; 10 grandchildren; several greatgrandchildren. She was a retail salesperson at Joe Wormans Clothing Store, a member of First United Methodist Church, I rwin, PA, degree of Honor Assoc, Daughters of Scotia and AARP. Visitation Tuesday 7-9 and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the VINCENT V. RODGERS FUNER-: AL HOME, 805 Pennsylvania Ave., ' Irwin; PA. Funeral Thursday at 10 a.m.- at the First United Methodist Chorch, Irwin, PA with the Rev. Frank M. Sherman officiating. Interment Restland Memorial Park. CARDAMONE THERESA E. (BACCARI) . .Of Turtle Creek, age 84, on Monday August 30, 1999. Wife of the late Ralph Cardamone. Survived by .many nieces & nephews. Friends .may call 2-4 and 7-9pm Thursday at PATRICK T. LANIGAN FUNERAL HOME, 700 Linden Avenue At Ca-' jjleyEqst Pgh., (412-824-8800). Mass of; -Christian Burial St. Colman . Church, Friday at 10 am. . CATOH THOMAS J. ' Age 71 of Houston, TX on Wed., Aug, 25, 1999; formerly of Neville Island, 'PA. He is survived by wife Marieand family. He was buried in the Houston National Cemetery for Veterans. CURRY RAYMONDS. Of Bethel Park, age 73, on Tues., Aug; 31; 1999, father of Paul F. Curry, of Erie, Pa; Christine L. Nowicki of'Moritoursville Pa, Mark R. Curry of South Park & Karen C. Danforth of Upper St. Clair; brother of Catherine Jackson of Warren, OH; grandfather of Julie & Jenny Curry, Scott & Robert Nowicki, Allyson & Savannah -Curry, Diane, Steven & Mark Danforth. Friends received on Thurs. Only 10am-12 Noon at PAUL L. HENNEY MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC. 5570 Library Rd., BE- :THEL PARK Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thurs. lpm at St. Norbert Church. In lieu of flowers, family requests memorial . contributions to be made to Stephen '-Foster Memorial Fund-Center for American Music, co Univ. of Pgh V ' DADISMAN LOWELL RALPH On Monday, August 30,1999, Low-,ell Ralph of South Park Township, survived by Margaret Dadisman, of Shadyside and Karen L. Craig, of South Park Township; father of miuiuei vj. Lmuiamuii uuu mis wnc Elisabeth, of Library, PA and Vanessa A. Criswell and her husband David, of Minnesota, MN; also five grandchildren; brother of Rex Dadisman, of Morgantown, WV. Friends received Tuesday, 7-9 P.M. and Wednesday. 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. at JOGS BEATRICE Of Moon Twp. died on Tues., Aug. 31, 1999; beloved wife for 48 years to Peter V. Joos; loving mother of Jenne Chapped, David V. Joos, Kathryn Crato, Mary Ellen Chad-dick, Steven Joos, Carol Greco, Pat-rica Staab, Karen and Michael Joos. Grandmother of Christina, Lisa, Kimberly Bickel, Nicole and Melissa Crato, Scott Chaddick, Connor Greco, Allison and Eric Staab. Sister of Joseph Cholko. Visitation Thurs. 2-4 & 7-9 at COPELAND'S CORAOPOLIS 867 Fifth Ave where Service will be held on Fri. 10 am. Memorials may be made to the Kidney Foundation. JORDAN THOMAS F. 67, of Washington, PA, on Sunday, August 29, 1999. Son of the late Thomas M. Jordan and Pauline M. Weber Jordan. Retired Postal employee and a US Army Korean War Veteran. Husband of Sharon Lynn. Father of Thomas and William Jordan, Dorothy Kesneck, Cynthia Dolan, and Karla Zaken. Also seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Friens received Tues. 7-9 and Wed. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the WM. G. NEAL FUNERAL HOMES, LTD., 925 Allison Ave., Washington, PA. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Thursday,lmmaculate Conception Church, Washington, with Father James Young as celebrant. Interment North Side Catholic Cemetery, Pittsburgh. KEEFER PHILLIP R., JR. Age 27 on Tuesday, August 31, 1999 of Moon Twp. Born September 16, 1971 in Jeannett, PA; son of Barbara Demorest of Moon Twp. and Phillip R. Keefer, Sr. of Broadtop, PA. Phillip was a graduate of the Yough Senior High School class of '89 and was employed as an electronic technician by Neumans Electronics in Mt. Pleasant, TX. He was a veteran of the US Navy and was a member of the VFW Post 3986 of Mt. Pleasant, TX. He was preceed-ed in death by his paternal grandparents Grant and LaVerne Slo-necker Keefer. In addition to his parents he is survived by his wife Joyce A. Barrett Keefer and a daughter Kimbra L. Keefer both of Mt. Pleasant, TX. His maternal grandparents Marvin and Dorothy Krouse Demorest of Ruffsdale, PA; numerous nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles. Friends will be received at the BEATTY-RICH FUNERAL HOME, INC., Rt. 136, Madison, PA Thursday 7-9 pm and Friday 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Additional viewing will take place at the Hilltop United Methodist Church, Madison, Saturday 10:00 -11:00 am the time of service with the Rev. Lawrence Raughley officiating. Interment will follow in the Madison Union Cemetery. KIERSKI HENRIETTA (PIJANOWSKI) Age 73, of Allison Park, formerly of Lawrenceville; beloved wife of Janusz Kierski; mother of Ewa Hughes and Barbara Janowicz; grandmother of Richard and Matthew Hughes and Rachel Janowicz; great-grandmother of Jeffrey and Kristen Hughes; sister of Krystyna Demyter, of Stockholm, Sweden. Friends received at the WALTER J. ZALEWSKI FUNERAL HOME, 216 44th St., Lawrenceville, Wed. 7-9p.m. 8c Thurs. 2-4 8c 7-9p.m. Funeral Mass on Fri. at Our Lady of the Angels Parish, Holy Family Church, at 10a.m. KNAUSS CAROL A. "Happy" Age 65, of Export, on Monday, August 30, 1999, wife of Joseph A.; mother of Joseph G. and wife Julia, Kevin A. and wife Jennifer, Steven L. and wife Tia and Cynthia A. Knauss; sister of Gary Stiff ler; nine grandchildren. Friends received EDWIN N. WOLFE FUNERAL HOME, 5701 Lincoln Avenue, Export, Wednesday and Thursday 2-4 8c 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass Friday, 10 a.m., St. Mary Church, Export. " ' A HARTMAN ROBERT J. 60, of Freedom, died August 29, 1999. Born April 13, 1939, son of the late Ralph E. Sr. and Mabel Eckert Hartman. Retired from LTV Steel, Aliquippa Works, after 33 years. Veteran of the U.S. Navy. Father of Linda M. Hartman-Reehl of Evan-ston, IL and Renee A. Cunningham of Robinson Twp; brother of Ralph E. Hartman Jr. or Freedom and Carol J. Lohry of Theodore, AL; grandfather of Natalie Elisabeth Reehl; former husband and best friend of Barbara K. Hartman. Friends will be received Thursday, HOME, 333 Third St., Beaver. Funeral Service will be conducted Friday at 1 lam at the Vanport Pres. Church. Interment Beaver Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Animal Rescue League, 6620 Hamilton Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15206. HODGETTS BARBARA A. (ANTOLIK) 71, of West Mifflin, on Aug. 29, 1999. Beloved wife of the late William F.; Beloved mother of Frances L Logue of Clairton, Joyce M. Hodgetts-Hess of Brentwood, William E. of West Mifflin & James A. of Pleasant Hills; Beloved sister of Helen Krul of N. Braddock & Joseph Antolik of Buffalo 8c the late Anne Reabe, Margaret Goga, Andrew Antolik, Irene Szypulski, John Antolik & Stephen Antolik; Also nine grandchildren & one great-grandchild. Friends received Tues. & Wed. 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. GEORGE IRVIN GREEN FUNERAL HOME, INC., 3511 Main Street, Munhall. (A selected Golden Rule Member). Mass of Christian Burial will be on Thurs. at 10 AM in Holy Angels Church. HUFSCHMIDT ETHEL ANNA On Monday, August 30, 1999 of Baldwin Boro. Wife of the late Alvin John Hufschmidt; Mother of Alvin James Hufschmidt; Sister of Ruth Stoerkel 8. the late Hazel Mahan 8c Helen Koch; Grandmother of Amy Lynne Hufschmidt. Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood, Wed. 2-4 8c 7-9 pm where Funeral Services will be held on Thurs. at 10:00 a.m. If desired, family suggest contributions to In-Home Health, 570 Holiday Dr, Foster Plaza, Bldg9, Pgh., PA 15220 JAE MARY ETTA (CROFT) 81, on Tuesday, August 31, 1999, Mary Etta (Croft) Jae of Monroeville. Wife of George P. (Dink) Jae. Mother of George R. (Chip) Jae of Frederick, MD, Peggy L. Cotter of Pitcaim and the late Judy L. Rossetti. Also eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Friends received Thursday and Friday 2-4 8c 7-9 p.m. at the WM. O. PEARCE FUNERAL HOME, INC. 318 Wall Ave., Pitcairn, where services will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. OES Services Corinth Chapter 229 on Thursday at 7 p.m. Lawrence E. Doerr, Martha D. Ash-ford & Florence Davis; Friends received at the HERSHBERGER-STOVER INC., FUNERAL HOME 170 Noble Ave., Crafton WED. 8. THURS. 4-8 PM ONLY, where Funeral Services will be Friday at 12 noon. Interment Private. FOLLETTE ROBERT G. Age 85 of Stanton Heights, on Tuesday, August 31, 1999; husband of the late Edith (Peoples) Follette; beloved father of Robert L. Follette and William D. Follette; also four grandchildren and one great-granddaughter; brother of Jeanne Clatte and the late Frank Follette. Friends received at WORRELL FUNERAL HOME, INC., Corner of Main and Ninth Sts. Sharpsburg Wednesday 7-9 pm and Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 pm where a funeral service will be held on Friday at 10:00 am. GEHERIN SUSAN (VOITKO) On August 30, 1999, Susan, 43, of Greenfield. Loving Wife of Mark; Devoted Daughter of Fred 8 Olga (Mihallo) Voitko; Loving Mother of Christopher Tussing; Sister of Veronica; Sister-in-law of Francis Corbett; Also survived by other Loving Family members. Friends welcome JOHN N. ELACHKO FUNERAL HOME, 3447 Dawson St Tuesday evening 7-9 8t Wed. 2-4 8c 7-9. Mass of Christian Celebration Thurs. 10 am. in Holy Spirit B.C. Church, Oakland. In Thanksgiving for Life, contributions may be made to Holy Spirit Church or Saint Rosalia Church, Greenfield. Parastas Wed. 7 p.m. GI6U9 MARGARET T. On Sat, Aug 28, 1999, Margaret T. formerly of the S.S. wife of the late Leonard J. Giglio; dear sister of Do- i -

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