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Jl 8 POST-GAZETTE: Thurs., July 29, 1982 ObituariesWeather Rev, Vincent Rocco dies, Diocese panel chairman The Rev. Vincent J. Rocco, 54, chairman of the Greensburg Catholic Diocese Commission on Peace and Justice for the past 12 years, died of a heart attack in Penn Hills yesterday morning. He was pastor of St. Matthew Church, Saltsburg, Indiana County, and was active in ecumenical and civic programs. Born May 13, 1928, in Braddock, he was the son of the late Giacomo and Carmella Rocco. He attended Dickson School in Swissvale and graduated from Cathedral Preparatory School in Erie. He received his bachelor degree from Maryknoll Seminary, New York, and his master of arts degree from St. Vincent Seminary, Latrobe, Westmoreland County, in 1954. He was ordained in 1955 by the late Bishop Hugh L. Lamb, head of the Greensburg diocese, and served churches in Greensburg and Mones-sen, Westmoreland County, and Dunbar, Fayette County. Father Rocco was the priest adviser of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women Community Affairs Commission and also was a member of the Department of Justice and Rights of the Pennsylvania Catholic Conference. He also was a past treasurer of the Catholic Committee of Appala-chia and was a member of the Catholic Rural Life Conference, and the National Council on Crime and Delinquency. Father Rocco is survived by a brother, Peter of Monroeville; a sister, Judith of Pittsburgh; and three nephews. Friends are being received today and tomorrow in the Hunter Funeral Home, 701 Salt St., Saltsburg. A Mass will be said at 7 p.m. tomorrow in St. Matthew Church. A conce-lebrated Mass will be said at 11 a.m. Saturday in the church. Burial will be in the priests plot in Greensburg Catholic Cemetery. E.F. DiPasquale, 60, food merchant Edward F. DiPasquale, 60, who had owned and operated Mandi Food Broker in the Strip District since 1949, died Tuesday in West Penn Hospital after a long illness. Mr. DiPasquale of 246 S. Winebid-dle St., Bloomfield, had worked in the produce business here for 35 years. He was a member of the National Food Brokers Association; the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Pittsburgh; Churchill Country Club; the Allegheny Club; and the Etna Elks. He played football at Muskingum Deaths elsewhere Beth Williamson Colodny, 29, a Whitehall native who had been a freelance artist in Florida since her 1974 graduation from the University of Pittsburgh, died last Saturday in Miami after an automobile accident. Surviving are her husband, Lester; her mother, Evelyn Williamson of Whitehall; and three sisters, College in Ohio and on sandlots here, particularly at Dean Field in Bloomfield. Mr. DiPasquale is survived by his wife, Edna Mascio DiPasquale; a ' son, Edward J.; two daughters, Natalie and Denise DiPasquale; and two brothers, Henry and Frank. Friends will be received all day today and from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. tomorrow in the McCabe Funeral Home, 5300 Penn Ave., Bloomfield. A Mass will be said at Immaculate Conception Church, Bloomfield, at 11 a.m. tomorrow. Burial will be in Allegheny Cemetery. Linda, Amy and Nancy Robinson. Rolf Aurness, 88, father of actors James Arness and Peter Graves, of a heart attack in Simi Valley, Calif. Wataru Kaji, 79, a political writer once suspected of being a double spy for the United States and the Soviet Union, of cancer in Tokyo. Greater Pitt flights edge toward pre-strike levels Traffic at Greater Pittsburgh International and Allegheny County airports increased steadily during the first half of the year, according to a report released yesterday. But the number of passengers and flights using the county-owned facilities is still below levels set before last year's air traffic controllers' strike. David L. Donahoe, county aviation director, said the weak economy and continued restrictions by the Federal Aviation Administration on the number of flights have kept down activity at the airports. Donahoe said it will be the end of the year before the volume of operations returns to last year's averages. Even then, operations will be 15 percent lower than June and July 1981, when the airports set records for the number of passengers and flights. The total number of commercial operations at both airports rose from 19,166 in January to 21,534 last month, an increase of 12 percent, the report said. The number of passengers increased from 683,240 in January to 879,689 last month. Compared with the same period for 1981, the number of flights is down 19.6 percent and the number of passengers is down 12.1 percent. Greater Pitt was one of the commercial airports that suffered the largest cutbacks after the controllers went on strike last Aug. 3. Donahoe said additional growth in the number of flights and passengers is expected this fall, when USAir expects to be at its pre-strike level. County retirees granted increase The county Retirement Board granted a $10-a-month pension increase yesterday for 3,000 retired county workers. The increase, effective retroactively to June 8, is to cover increased costs of health insurance premiums. But the board put off action on a request for another increase of ?25 a month to cover cost-of-living increases. Comissioner William R. Hunt, retirement board chairman, said the board would not act on that request until the minimum service requirement for pension eligibility is raised from eight years to 15 years. The board voted unanimously to ask the state Legislature for permission to change the eligibility. Only people hired after the change is approved would be affected. Hunt said the pension fund could not afford the $25 cost-of-living increase unless the pension eligibility requirements are tightened. The requests for both pension increases came from the Allegheny County Retirees Association. Joseph C. Swider, chairman of the association, thanked the board for its action. He said the retirees understand the financial position of the pension fund and hope that the cost-of-living increase will be granted in the future. In asking for the increases last April, Swider said county retirees had not received a pension increase since 1975. Moses said the average retiree receives a pension of $600 a month plus Social Security benefits. Pickpockets in comeback, so stay alert By Jim Gallagher Post-Gazette Stafl Writer The descendants of Light-fingered Louie are back in town. Hold on to your wallet. Pickpockets are working Pittsburgh's streets again, police say. And more of the sticky-fingered thieves are expected to be in action now that the Pirates are drawing bigger crowds to the stadium and Downtown eateries and watering holes. Not too long ago, pickpockets seemed headed for the endangered species list of criminals along with grave robbers, cattle rustlers and snake-oil hustlers. Now, however, pickpockets seem to be making a comeback. Pittsburgh police have arrested about a dozen so far this year, and no one knows how many got away. Pickpockets usually work in teams of three, says Robbery Squad Sgt. Pete Walsh. Two members are called 'stalls' or "bumpers." The other is known as a "lifter." Typically, one of the bumpers jostles the victim, distracting his attention. The lifter lifts his wallet in the confusion. The lifter then quickly passes the wallet to the third team member. That way, the lifter can't be caught red-handed." The victims are usually men, often elderly men, says Walsh. "The old people get more upset when you jostle them because they don't want to get hurt," he explains. The trick is to distract the victim's attention so that he doesn't pay attention to the sensation of his wallet disappearing. One of the pickpocket team's favorite scams takes place at a crowded busstop. It goes like this: The first bumper boards the bus and asks the driver a question. He then turns to get off and bumps the victim in the process. The lifter then lifts his wallet. In another version, the bumper drops change near the victim and bends to pick it up. To frustrate the pickpocket, Walsh recommends that men carry wallets in their jacket pockets. They might also keep their money in their front pockets. Women should keep their wallets buried as deeply in their purses as possible. Walsh says the victim of a pickpocket should make a lot of noise about it. Bus drivers can call for police by radio, he notes. Man in wheelchair missing for week A missing persons report has been filed for Paul Stirling, 52, of 2117 E. Carson St., Southside, who is confined to a wheelchair. His wife Jackie said he hasn't been seen since July 21. He left home in his wheelchair, taking with him only Valium and codeine. "He has been very depressed and I'm afraid he might do something to himself," Mrs. Stirling said. "He is very depressed about the wheelchair. He has been in it about a year." Stirling is 6 feet tall, 160-165 pounds, has blue eyes, fair skin and light brown hair with a receding hairline. He wears black-framed glasses. Lottery numbers Yesterday's daily number 663. Big 4 - 2879. Cinemette South's run near end- By Chet Wade Post-Gazette Start Writer Yet another movie theater appears to be heading for "THE END." The Allegheny County Industrial Development Authority approved a $1.2 million loan yesterday to several businessmen to convert Cinemette South in Scott into an office building. The theater, part of the Cinemette chain, is located at 2090 Greentree Road. Earl Hollinshead, who appeared before the authority board representing the businessmen, said the sale has not yet been completed. Approval of the loan by the authority was needed before the transaction could be worked out, he said. Cinemette South, which has two theaters, will continue to operate until the sale is completed, Hollinshead said. Hollinshead is listed as a trustee for three of the principals in the deal: Ann M. Rosenberg, James R. Mendelson and Kathy S. Mendelson. Also listed as principals are S. Michael Streib and Leonard M. Mendelson. Several offices are already located in the building. By leveling off the sloped floors of the theaters, the prospective purchasers hope to have a total of 23,000 square feet of office space on the 2.3 acres of land. Employment is expected to reach 59 people with a payroll of $1.2 million annually within three years. The industrial development authority also approved a $6.27 million loan to Parkway Center Associates to acquire 3.31 acres on Old Campbells Run Road, Robinson, and to erect a four-story office building and parking garage. Paul Kossman, Town Develop ment Inc. and Muben Realty Co. are listed as general partners in ParK way Center Associates. The 88,000-square-foot building is expected to employ 400 people withr in three years of completion. Other loans approved by the ai thority board were: $2.1 million in two loans to Chi? Chi's Inc. of Louisville, Ky., to erect Mexican restaurants and cocktajl. lounges in Parkway Center Mall and on William Penn Highway in Monroeville. Each restaurant would seat 400 people. $600,000 to Don Allen Chevre" let Co. for a $1.2 million project that includes the purchase of 1.3 acres along Baum Boulevard and the corf-struction of a 9,000-square-foot' building to service and repair cafs7 $500,000 to Watson-Standard Co. toward a $520,000 renovation ol a four-story office building at 101-103 Wood St., Downtown. Plum OKs zoning for retirement units Plum Borough Council last night tentatively approved a zoning change that would allow for a 370-unit retirement community in the East Oakmont section. The unanimous vote allows the Presbyterian Association on Aging of Oakmont to begin plans for the 1 community, to be located on 200 acres on Route 909 adjacent to Oakmont East Golf Course. The plan calls for 250 homes and a 120-unit apartment building to be built by next summer. Charles Pruitt, president of the association, told council that his group had chosen the East Oakmont site from six in Allegheny County. Presbyterian Association has operated a home in Oakmont since 1950, and a group home in Washington, Washington County. Based on Heritage Village, a 2,800-unit community in Southbury, Conn., the East Oakmont communi ty will be planned to "place homes in the landscape without flattening trees," Pruitt said. Residents will receive maid ser-vice and exterior home maintenance. About 20 residents, most from the East Oakmont section, attended the meeting, saying they were concerned that the borough would open dead-end streets or add to a sewage problem. But Mavor A.E. "Tony" O'Block said that a sewage plant along Plum Creek might part of the plan. "In my opinion, this is going to help East Oakmont get its sewerage a little faster," O'Block said. located become Rape charges are dismissed Rape charges were dismissed yesterday against three men accused of attacking a Pittsburgh Job Corps student in Schenley Park because the woman decided not to prosecute. The men, also students at the Job Corps, located at 3113 Forbes Ave., Oakland, are Michael Myerski, 19, of Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County; William Schmalz, 19, of Johnstown, Cambria County; and Marc Johnson, 20, of Leetsdale. Police said the incident occurred on July 17, under the Anderson Street Bridge in Schenley Park. The 17-year-old woman, who lives in Harrisburg, had gone into the park with one of the men, and later met up with the others. She later identified the men for the police and warrants were issued for their arrests. Meteorological record Highest temp. July 29 Pollution forecast since 1874 was 96 in 1901. Downtown Moderate. Lowest temp. July 29 since D.u, r-, 1874 was 53 in 1968. Brackenridge - Good. Avalon Good. Airport temperatures Hazelwood - Moderate. 1 a.m. ... 70 . 1 p.m. .. 73 Llberty Bor. - Good HZ -7n ?Sm- N. Braddock Good. 3 a.m.... 70 3 p.m. ..75 ., . ... 4 a.m ... 70 4 p.m... 77 Oakland - Moderate. 5 a.m. ... 70 5 p.m. .. 76 S. Fayette Good. 6 a.m. ...70 6 p.m... 76 . . 7 a.m.... 70 7 p.m... 75 R'ver report 8 a m ... 70 8 p.m... 73 Rivers in the Pittsburgh 9 am... 71 9 p.m... 69 district were generally sta- 10 a.m.... 73 10p.m. .67 tionary yesterday and will 1 1 a.m. ... 74 1 1 p.m. . 66 change little today. Noon 70 Midnight 64 Riverstageswerereported Airport at 7 p.m. yesterday. as follows: Allegheny River: Press. T H Wind Weather Warren, Pa. 2.1 R, Franklin, 29.95 75 52NW 16 Sunny Pa. 2 9 R. Parker, Pa. 2.3 R. r - k-. -t-. Monongahela River: Greens- T,mP,,!55?M boro' LOCK 7. P 10.0 S Mih 7 In 77 7 7Q 80 Chea Rlver: Parsons, W.Va. F 9 Iq f2 11 lo I9, I? 2.4 F. West Fork River: m 74 71 w 7? Vo 11 Clarksburg, W.Va. 1.2 F. Prec 3el 51 07 0 O Yough .ogheny River: Su.ers Prec. .Jbl.1.51.0 u o vine, Pa 3 6 s Beaver River: Normal temp.day 72 Beaver Falls. Pa. 3.7 S. Ohio Excess temp.day 2 p,jwer: Pittsburgh, Pa. 16.7 P. Excess temp month .. 33 Dashields Dam 13.2 S. Mont- Detic. temp year 313 gomeryDam.Pa. 12.6S,Pike Total prec.month 236 Sand Lock an(j Dam. W.Va. Normal prec.month ... 3.48 12.4 r, wheeling Wharf, Total prec.year 20.72 wheeling, W.Va. 15.0 P. Normal prec.year 22.73 p Fal)ing. M Mjsslng; Pittsburgh skies p Pool; R Rising; S Sunset Thur 8:38 p.m. Stationary; U Unknown. Sunrise Fri 6:14 am. Forecast for Thursday High temperatures Snow fx! Showers MM Flurries r A s Associated Press Yesterday's satellite photo shows clouds and thundershowers extending from a low pressure center over the Great Lakes to New England. Rain Warm t Occluded mr Naonai Weather Service NOAA u S Deal o' Commerc Fronts: Cold Stationary Weatherpleasant Mostly sunny and pleasant today, high in the low 80s. Fair tonight, low near 60. Variably cloudy and mild tomorrow, high near 80. Nation sky Put24-hra.: H L cond. Amarillo 80 64 Tstms Anchorage... 63 50 Cldy Atlanta 92 73 Tstms Atlantic City. 80 70 Sunny Baltimore 86 66 Sunny Boston 84 63 Sunny Buffalo 81 58 Sunny Charleston... 94 75 Cldy Chicago 82 58 Cldy Cincinnati .... 84 63 Sunny Cleveland .... 79 58 Sunny Dallas 95 75 Cldy Denver 78 60 Tstms Des Moines.. 82 63 Cldy Detroit 82 56 Sunny Honolulu 87 73 Cldy Houston 94 80 Cldy Indianapolis . 83 74 Clear Jacksonville. 89 75 Rain Las Vegas ... 102 78 Cldy Los Angeles . 85 68 Fair Miami Beach 91 77 Cldy Milwaukee ... 75 57 Cldy Minneapolis. 86 62 Cldy New Orleans 92 75 Cldy New York 85 66 Sunny Norfolk 86 74 Cldy Orlando 92 74 Tstms Philadelphia. 87 68 Sunny Phoenix 105 86 Sunny Portland, Or. 82 60 Cldy St. Louis 81 65 Cldy St. Petrsbg .. 89 75 Tstms San Diego.... 78 68 Fair San Frncisco 62 52 Fair Seattle 72 56 Cldy Washington . 87 71 Sunny Fair Saturday through Monday with seasonable temperatures, but more humid by Monday. High Saturday from the upper 70s to the lower 80s. Highs Sunday and Monday from 80 to 85. Lows from the low 50s to near 60 Saturday and Sunday, and from 60 to 65 Monday. 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'a Sky forecast: H L cond. Altoona 78 64 Sunny Bradford 73 65 Sunny DuBois 77 66 Sunny Erie 82 68 Sunny Harrisburg... 88 71 Sunny Youngstown 80 69 Sunny Morgantown 88 72 Sunny Foreign Athens 93 73 Clear Berlin 68 55 Clear Buenos Aires 57 50 Rain Geneva 70 57 Cldy London 66 5 Cldy Madrid 95 63 Clear Mexico City . 73 54 Cldy Montreal 84 64 Cldy Moscow 68 50 Cldy Paris 70 57 Cldy Rome 88 64 Clear San Juan 90 79 Cldy Tokyo 75 70 Cldy Toronto 86 70 Clear Vancouver ... 77 57 Clear 001 Death Notices AULT Dora A. Stauffer, on Mon., July 26, 1982; beloved wife of John E. Ault; sister of Frank Stauffer. Friends may call 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at MORASCO-KNEE-SOXMAN, LTD., 9406 Frankstown Rd., Penn Hills, where service will be held Friday at 10 a.m. Interment in Derrv, Pa. B00THBY On Wednesday, July 28. 1982; Robert M., husband of Helen J. Sullivan Boothby; father of Robert $., Mrs. Theresa Valentine, Shirley and Thomas M.; brother of Stanley M. & Mrs. Agnes Davis of Cal.; also two grandchildren. Family requests visitation between the hours of 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. at the NORMAN G. HEARO FUNERAL HOME. 4047 Per- rvsville Ave., N.S. Funeral Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Athanasius Church at 10 o'clock. Member of Roofers Local Jt37. CARROLL On Tues., July 27, 1982, Sarah L. Carroll; beloved wife of late John F. Carroll; mother of Francis J. of Moon Two. and Regis k Carroll of Bethel Park; sister of MHey Young & Luther Weibiey both of Harrisburg, Pa.; also survived by three grandchildren, four greatgrandchildren. Friends received at WM. SLATER & SONS, INC., Virginia Ave. & Kearsarge St Mt. Washington, until 9:3(5 a.m., Friday. Funeral Mass, St. Mary of the Mount Church, 10 a.m. C0HN On Wednesday, July 28, 1982; Sara Mervis; beloved wife of late Samuel Cohn; mottier of Louise Cohn of State College, Pa- sister of Mrs. Mildred Estroff of Pgh., Dave and Leonard Mervis both of Chicago, the late Harry, Frank, Meyer, Lou & Jay Mervis & the late Lillian M. Baer; also two grandchildren. Friends will gather at BURTON L. HIRSCH CHAPEL, 2704 Murray Ave., So. Hill (cop. Mor-rowfield Aprs.) Thursday at 9:)5 a.m. to attend a graveside service at Beth Shalom Cemetery at 10:30 a.m : l 001 Death Notices COLODNY Beth Ann Williamson, on July 24, 1982, of Miami, formerly of Pgh.; wite of Lester; step mottier of Lester Marcus; daughter of Evelyn Williamson; sister of Amy. unda & Nancy. Services & interment in Miami, FL. Family requests donations be made to Animal Friends, Penn Ave., Pgh., PA DeWEESE iOn Tuesday, July 27, 1982; ! Olive Stephenson; beloved iwrfe of the late Weldon L. DeWeese; of North Hills Ross Twp.; mother of : James P. of Pittsford, N.Y. i and John W. De Weese of iRoss Twp.; also survived by six grandsons. Friends received at H. P. BRANDT FUNERAL HOME, INC., 1032 Perry Hwy., Perrvsville, 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. where service will be hela Friday morning at 11 o'clock. The family suggests contributions to vour favorite charity. DiPASQUALE On Tues. evening, July 27, 1982; Edward F. DiPasquaie; beloved husband of Edna Mascio DiPasquale & father of Edward J. DiPasquale, Natalie DiPasquale & Denise DiPasquale; brother of Henry DiPasquale of Pgh. & Frank DiPasquale of Mass. Friends are being received in McCABE BROS., INC.. FUNERAL HOME. 5300 Penn Ave., E.E., Thursday, July 29, 1982, all day and on Friday from 9 a.m. until time of funeral at 10 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial in Immaculate Conception Church at 1 1 a.m. FAIL0R On Tues.. July 27, 198?, 1 Charles W of Forest Hills; beloved husband of Eva Schurgot. Friends received at ROBERT A. WOLFE ME- , MORIAL, 925 Franklin Ave. j (at Coal St.), Wilk., Wed. 7-9, , Thurs. 2-4 & 7-9, where Services will be held Fri. at s 11 a.m. Member F. & a.m. j Lodge 6S & Blue Lodge, j 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices FRIEDMAN On Wed., July 28, 1982; Shirley Belle- wife of the late Harry E. Friedman; mother of Ronald Friedman of Ct.; daughter of Blanche Greenstetn and trie late David Greestein: sister of Mrs. Daniel (Gertrude) Flom of Monroeville ana the late Munroe Green; also survived by two grandchildren. Friends will meet at RALPH SCHUGAR CHAPEL. 5509 Centre Ave. On Fri., 9:30 a.m. for graveside service at K ether Torah Cemetery at 10a.m. Contributions may be made to the Heart Fund. HAI ISIN On July 28, 1982; Theodore (Teddv) or urunswim, y-. lormerlv of Coraopolisl, husband of Carol Wao"us; (ather of Carla & Michel;! bofh ai nome, uiume Barbara Urban of Moon Two. & Robert Gallsin of reived in ANTHONY J-SANVITO, INC., FUNERAL HOME I3U 4th Ave., Corao-i polis, until Saturdav at v.JOi Sim. Mass of Christian Bur-1 ial in St. Margaret Marv rhurch. 10 a.m. visitation: Friday only, 1-9 p.m. ! at Chartiers Cem. Arrangements SPEER-ANTHONY KAPRIVE FUNERAL HOME. GLASSBRENNER On Tuesday July 27, 1982 Wilham of the N.S.; husband of Margaret Madden; father of Richard, James, Margaret Rose J. late William R also tour grandchildren, Three great-grandchildren; brother of Elmer & Elsie Meese. Mr. Glassbrenner, age 86, was a W.W. I vet. Upon his return from ttie service, he took over the grocery business at the same location started by his father in 1906. He was one of the founding members of the Keys tone Pigeon Racing Club and a well known breeder of racing pigeons; also a member of St. Thomas Lutheran Church. Friends received at NOVAK FUNERAL HOME, 3313 Brighton Rd. Funeral service Friday at 11 a.m. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. LATEST DEATHS PREVIOUS DEATHS 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices GORDON GEIS Robert A., on Wednesday, July 28, 1982; of Baldwin Boro; husband of Mary J. Reitz Geis; father ot James D.. Charles G., V. Edward & late Robert A. & David; brother of Harry J. Geis, Catherine Brick ner, Alice Schmalzned, Florence Rad-cliffe & Regina Miller; six granacnitoren. t-nenas received JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, 4201 Brownsville Rd., Brentwood, Thursday and Friday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Funeral Sat. morning, 9: 1 5. Mass of Christian Burtal in St. Gabriel of the Sorrowful Virgin Church, 10 a.m. If desired, family suggests contributions to St. Gabriel of the Sorrowful Virgin Church Building Fund or South Hills Family Hos- Eice. Mr. Geis was a mem-er of Knights of Columbus Council 304, 4th degree. 6ILR0Y On Tues., July 27 1982, j Mary of Pgh. at fhe ivy Nursing Home. Private ser-i vice anterment on Wed. Mildred, on July 26, 1982; of 7616 Bennett St.; beloved wife of Leroy Gordon; sister of Clarence Jenkins 4 Beatrice Fields of Buffalo, N.Y.: also a foster son, Frank Williams Gordon Jr.; also some nieces, nephews & cousins. Friends are being received at FREDERICK L. HOPEWELL FUNERAL HOME, 7609 Tioga St., Homewood, where service will be held on Friday at U a.m. Family and friends will meet at the residence at 10 a.m. on Friday. GRIFFITH Suddenly on Tues., July 27, 1982, Alice M .; beloved wife ot the late John Perry Griffith M.D.; mother of Dr. John P. Griffith Jr. of Wheeling W V Charles M. Griffith ot Pgh.; also survived bv nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Shadvside Presbvtarian Church Chapel Thurs., 12:30 p.m. until 2 p.m when ser-, vice will be held. Entomb- ment, Homewood Cemetery, j Memorial contributions may be made to the American, Cancer Society. Arrangments by H. SAMSON INC. t Boothby, Robert M. Carroll, Sarah L. Cohn, Sara Mervis Colodny, Beth Ann Williamson DeWeese, Olive Stephenson DiPasquale, Edward F. Failor, Charles W. Friedman, Shirley Belle Galisin, Theodore (Teddy) Geis, Robert A. Gilroy, Mary Glassbrenner, William Gordon, Mildred Hopewell, Wayman A. Horton, Robert L. Sr. Laffey, Very Rev. Canon Howard J. Long, Mary Alice Stauffer Mielcuszny, Frances R. Niziol Moore, Edna M. Patterson, Toni (Florence) Redman, Ellen Laney Reisinger, Bertha M. Supper Stuebgen, Helen A. Taravella, Alice T. Ault. Dora A. Stauffer Griffith, Alice M. Hamlin. Gladys M. Rosser Jacobson, Samuel E. (Buddy) Jones, Walter Manno, Mary Nanci Marino, Philip J. 001 Death Notices Earl Swanson & Maryrae Hamlin; sister of Mildred Kelly, Betty Martincic & Pearl Holt; five grandchildren. Friends may call at BRADWELL ft NIRELLA. INC.. FUNERAL HOME. Chartiers Ave. at Mansfield Blvd.. Carnegie, where service will be held Friday, July 30. at 10 a.m. Visitation 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Kearsarge St., Mt. Washington, until 9:30 a.m., Satur., July 31. Funeral Mass In St. Justin Church at 10 a.m. Visitation 2-4 & 7-9. JACOBSON On Tues., July 27. 1982, Samuel E. (Buddy); beloved husband of Dorothy Jacob-son; fattier of Mrs. Richard (Libbv) Cohen of Pgh., PA, Mrs. Sheldon (Elaine! Char. app of Oakmont, PA, Mrs. Lester (Bobbl Sue) Shindel-man of Atlanta CA- nn of the late Sarah and Harry jacooson; Drotner ot Mrs. Irwin (Myra) Fall of Somerset, PA, Leonard B. Jacob-son of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and the late Thelma S. Feldman; also nine grandchildren. Services at the BURTON L. HIRSCH CHAPEL. 2704 Murray Ave., Sq. Hill (opp. Morrowfieid Apts.), on Thurs. at 1 p.m. Interment Temole Sinai Memori al Park. Visitations Weds, evening, 7-9 p.m. and 2 hours prior to ttie services. Famllv suooests contribu tions be made to the Dia betic Association. 001 Death Notices HAMLIN Gladys M. (Rosser), on Tuesday, July 27, 1962; of Chartiers Terrace, Scott Two.; beloved wife pt Ray Hamlin; mother of David Swanson, Mrs. Sally Miller, HOPEWELL On July 26, 1982, Wayman A.; husband of the late Jenny Savles Hopewell; also survived by one brother-in-law, two sister-in-laws; a host ot nieces, nephews and friends. Friends received at the SAMUEL J. JONES FUNERAL HOME, 2644 Wyiie Ave., Pgh., PA. Services Fri., July 36, 1982, 11 a.m.. from the Central Baptist Church, where Mr. Hopewell was a deacon. Interment McKeesport-Versailies Cemetery. Masonic Service Thurs.. July 29. 7:30 a.m. HORTON (1 n UUrit lulu 9B lOfl'V , Robert L. Horton Sr.; be-j I loved husband of Elizabeth Uvoirer) Horton; father of! I Theresa M. Rudell of Los i Alamos, N.M., Robert L. Jr. i & Patricia Horton; brother J of Vesoer Kanabv; grandfa- i ther of Jennifer Rudell. . Friends & members of ; I Steam Fitters Local 449 re-i ce'ved at WM. SLATER ft 1 SONS, IMC. Virginia Ave. ft : JONES On Monday, July 26, 1982; Walter: husband of Madeleine Squitieri Jones; father O.I wiariiyn j. nuiciat, grandfather of Tony and waiter i- wrence; oromer oi Alfred Jones or ucean irry Md., Gladys K irsch and kn nnnn HvHt of Pnh Friends may call at H. SAMSUN INL., 3J ruevine 930 Center Ave., Blawnox'. Translation of the body to St. Edward Church at 3 p.m. Friday, with viewing starting at the conclusion of the Translation until 10 p.m., and from 8:30-11 a.m. Saturday, when a Pontifical Con-celebrated Mass of Christian Burial will be offered with the Most Rev. John B. McDowell officiating. The family suggests contributions be made to the Canon Laffey Memorial Fund of St. Edward Church. LONG On Wed, July 28, 1982; Mary Alice Stauffer of Avalon; mother of Mrs. Robert H. (Patricia Moran) Heasley of Avalon; sister of Oliver G. Stauffer of Bethel Park; grandmother of Robert H. Heasley III, William H. Heasley, Maxine H. Fox. Margaret H. Mindell and Betsey Heasley; also five great grandchildren; aunt of J. Michael Stauffer. Friends re-cieved 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. at MCDONALD-LINN FUNERAL HOME, AVALON, 529 California Ave.. Where service will be held Sat., at 10 a.m. (Mrs Long was a retired employee of Kaufmanns Dept Store) St. (Oakland Civic Center iesoav (V i nursaay t-n 1-9 D.m. Service will be L.iM Ih A aHhaui Pnicrn. pal Church, McClure Ave., Homestead, t-riaay. juiy ju, 11 a.m. Interment Calvary cemetery. LAFFEY On Mon., July 26, 1982; the Very Rev. Canon Howard J. Laffey (former Pastor of St. Edward Church, Blawnox); brother of Moltie E. Laffey ft late Esther E. Buchanan; uncle of H. James Buchanan and Mary E. Buchanan-Douglas. Friends received from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Thursday and from 12-3 p.m. Friday at the THOMAS M. SMITH FUNERAL HOMJE. MANNO Suddenly on July 26, 1982-Mary Nanci Manno of Penn Hills (formerly of Swissvale) beloved wife of late Joseph-mother of Ralph, Miss Theresa, Frank, Joseph & John; also 14 grandchildren, two Sreat. Friends received at ie EDWARD T. PERRONE MORTUARY, 7455 Church St., Swissvale. Funeral Mass Friday, July 30, Madonna Del Castello Church, 10 a.m. Family hours 2-4, 7-9. ! MARINO On Tuesday, July 27 1982; Philip J. of Bloomfield; be-lovpri husband of F lizabeth Parco Marino; brother of Amnony iwarino ana mrs. Nose lucci ot AmDnage, Mrs. Theresa Salvati of All- quippa ft Mrs. Mary Corso of Ambridge; also survived by 12 nephews ft 11 nieces. Friends will be received at JOHN A. FRE Y VOGEL SONS, INC., 4900 Centre at Devonshire St., 2-4 & 7-9 001 Death Notices ?.m. on Wednesday ana hursday. Funeral Friday. Mass of Christian Burial in Immaculate Conception Church at 9:30 a.m. MIELCUSZNY (Niziol) On Tuesday, July 27, 1982-Frances R. Niziol; beloved wife of Frank J dear mother of Audrey Dawida Diane O'Mara S. James Mielcuszny; also survived by three grandchildren; sister of Stella Jakubowski, Walter & Joseph Niziol & late Stanley, Helen Fischer and Peter Niziol. Friends received 7-9 p.m. Wednesday & 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Thursday 4 Friday at the JOHN J. GMITER FUNERAL HOME, 119 S. 15th St. Funeral on Saturday at 8.15 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Adalbert Church at 9 a.m. MOORE On UVAlic l.ilw TO InriA. Edna M., age 76, of Cran- uen v iwp., wars; daughter of late Adolph & Catherine of Brady w. Moore III. No yianoiiufi. r-rivaie service & interment. Arrangements by MCDONALD-AEBERLI F.H. Bertha M. (Supper), on WpfinQrt.v hit li id ioq-v of Brentwood; wife of the ore iuci i u. Keisinger; mother of Sr. Eleanor O.S.F., Mrs. Joseph (Norma) Guttman, Arthur A. and rvia. icne Ketsmger: sisrer or ,Lena Iwantsch, Marie Ko-bera, Julius Supper. Angela Deutsch and the late Anton Supper- grandmother of Jet-fery & Christine Guttman and Frir A. K oltH Doicinnar Friends received JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, 4201 Brownsville Rd., Brentwood, Thursday and Friday Mass of Christian Burial in wenaenn inurcn at ii:ju la.m. if desired, family sug-igests contributions to South Hills Hospice or to St. Wen-delin Church. PATTERSON Mrs. Tonl (Florence) of Formosa Way; beloved mother of John Whitney; daughter of Sara Williams; stepdaughter of Leonard Brown; sister of Virgie Townsend, Janice Williams, Leonard. Richard, Thomas, Edward & Maurice; grandmother of Tylisa; also a host of other relatives. Friends received. SPRIGGS & WATSON FUNERAL HOME, 720 N. Lang Ave., E.E., where funeral service will be held Satur. at 2 p.m. REDMAN Mon., July 24, 1982, Ellen Redman-beloved sisterof !Fi h h Vanev and vr i : w. , iHTte ui nar-Ivey Laney; also cousins and l other reltiv i n p.m. at the GEORGE A 5MN FUNERAL HOME; .100 N Homewood Ave' Mass of Christian Burial Fri., 10 a.m., in St. Law-rence OToole R.C. Church. Interment Allegheny Cem. 001 Death Notices REISINGER STUEBGEN Helen A. Of Sdxnnhnrn- rm. tired Pgh. area school teacher; on Tuesday, July 27, 19$2; sister of Mrs. Anna Keenan of Saxonburg. Etn(j5. wl" be received at FOX FUNERAL HOME, INC., Saxonburg, 7.9 n m Wednesday, 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Thursday where service will be held Friday, 10 a.m. TARAVELLA On July 28, 1982; Alice T. Taravella; beloved wite ot ate r.anrlnlnh 1 -r.r....n.. survived by several grand-' cli.ldren and great-grandchildren. Friends are being IWalnut St. (Shadyside) on (Thursday 2-4 & 7-9 p m Funeral on Friday, July 30, at 9 A.m Mace nf ,-u.l.i..' Burial, St. Peter Churrh. North Side, at 10 a.m. 006 Florists QUALITY-Smi-SlRVia SHACKELFORD'S & MAXWELL'S FLOWERS 241-0373 1

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