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10 Pittsburgh Post-Gacttc: Monday, November 12, 1990 The Accu-Weather forecast for noon, Monday, Nov. 12. Lines snow high temperatures. 30 60 60. 50 40 30 OBITUARIES Grace B. Orr, was a retired registered nurse Grace Brettholle Orr, 74, a retired registered nurse, died of lung cancer yesterday in Rolling Hills Manor nursing home in Baldwin. Mrs. Orr, a 1938 graduate of Children's Hospital School of Nursing, had worked for pediatricians in private practice in Mt. Lebanon and for ear, nose and throat physicians in the South Hills. She was a resident of Scott and a member of the American Contract Bridge League. Surviving are three daughters, Sandy Loughren of Mt. Lebanon, Mary Grace Brettholle of Tucson, Ariz., and Debbie Bengeult of Seattle, Wash.; a son, William Brettholle of Bethel Park; 10 grandchildren; and a sister, Ruth Smith of Washington Court House, Ohio. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today in Laughlin Funeral Home, 222 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon. A Mass will be said at 10 a.m. tomorrow in St. Bernard Church, 311 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon. Interment will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Scott. George W. Misson George W. Misson, 77, a retired mechanical engineer, died of pneumonia Saturday in St. John Lutheran Care Center, Mars. A resident of Wexford, Mr. Misson had conducted research into glass as a mechanical engineer for PPG Industries in Harmarville. He joined PPG in 1945 as a supervisory engineer and retired 33 years later. He was a graduate of Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in Manhattan. Mr. Misson held 30 patents in the United States for glass processes that he had invented. He also held about 300 patents in foreign countries. At various times, he was chairman, vice chairman and annual meeting chairman of the Pittsburgh Section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. He received the ASME Fellow Award. Mr. Misson was a member of St. Alphonsus Church in Wexford and of the Wexford Knights of Columbus. Surviving are his wife, Martha Staub Misson; two daughters, Barbara Ann Schulte of Seven Fields, Butler County, and Frances Louise Misson at home; two grandchildren; three sisters, Florence McKay of Mount Vernon , N.Y., Dorothy Ledig of Little Silver, N.J., and Mary DeWitt of Pompton Plains, N.J.; and two brothers, John of Rumson, N.J., and Thomas of Belford, N.J. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow in McDonald-Aeberli Funeral Home Inc., 238 Crowe Ave., Mars. A Mass will be said in St. Alphonsus Church at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in St. Gregory Cemetery, Zelienople. ELSEWHERE Everett G. Mitchell, 92, pioneeer radio broadcaster and host of the National Farm and Home Hour for three decades, Friday in Wheaton, 111. David Toufic Mizrahi, 64, publisher of the influential newsletter Mid-East Report, Friday in New York of complications from pneumonia. Clifford Earl Torgeson, 66, a big league baseball player for 15 years who took part in three World Series, Thursday of leukemia in Everett, Wash. He played for the Boston Braves in the 1948 World Series, the Chicago White Sox in the 1959 Series and for the 1961 World Series champion New York Yankees. Bill Travilla, 69, the costume, designer whose sartorial efforts on behalf of Errol Flynn and others in the 1949 movie "The Adventures of Don Juan" won him an Academy Award, of cancer Nov. 2 in Los Angeles. Alexis Minotis, 84, Greece's best-known tragic actor, yesterday of a stroke in Athens. He was best known for his roles in classical Greek tragedy. He also wrote essays and was artistic director of the National Theater for many years. Former mayor given award By Regis Stefanik Post-Gazette Stafl Writer Former New York City Mayor Edward I. Koch said here last night that Israel would survive even though the United States has changed its posture toward the Middle East nation. "The fear in Israel is that the United States is refusing to give assurances . . . that it will take out the missiles aimed at Israel if it invades Iraq ," Koch said. He criticized columnists Patrick Buchanan, Tom Wicker and Anthony Lewis for saying they are opposed to attacking Iraq. He also said Secretary of State Jim Baker "is an Arabist. That is not to say he is anti-Semitic or anti-Jewish, he is just not a friend of Israel." Speaking on domestic affairs, Koch said New York is going to have to receive help from the federal government if its fiscal crisis is to be solved. He said that when he was mayor, federal funds represented 20 percent of the city's budget. Now, federal funds amount to just 9 percent of the budget, he said. Koch, 65, who served three terms until being upset in the 1989 Democratic primary by David N. Dinkins, received the Zionist Organization of America's highest national award last night. Koch was honored at the organization's 45th annual dinner at the Vista International Hotel, Downtown. Since leaving public office 10 months ago, Koch has been speaking at colleges and before Jewish organizations and business groups throughout the nation, earning an average of $20,000 for each appearance. Among other things, he is doing daily radio commentaries, a weekly newspaper column, television ads for a diet drink and is teaching at New York University. "I will never run for office again," Koch said. Koch said New York Gov. Mario Cuomo may be a Democratic candidate for president in 1992. Cuomo's reputation has been tarnished because of New York's financial problems and because of his narrow win in the recent election, but "overall he is respected around the country," Koch said. i - i, v ?.' ,7vi - , -r -- .3W...r Bob DonalflsonPost-Gazette Former New York City Mayor Edward I. Koch Rockslide injures 2, shuts Rt. 5 1 restaurant By Nancy Bagg-Barylak Tri-State Sports & Newsservice A rockslide down a 100-foot hillside behind the Ponderosa restaurant on Route 51 in Pleasant Hills sent two people to the hospital, buried two vehicles under a pile of rubble and has closed the restaurant indefinitely. Rocks on the hillside behind the restaurant, which was evacuated, gave way about 6 p.m. on Saturday. A pickup truck and a Buick Century sedan parked at the base of the cliff in the restaurant parking lot were buried under rocks. Sandra Martinelli, 47, and her husband Frank, 46, of Arrowhead Drive, Elizabeth Township, owners of the pickup truck, were treated at LOTTERY PENNSYLVANIA Yesterday's daily number 618; Big 4 2703; Saturday's daily number 969. Big 4. 9257. In the "Pennsylvania Saturday Spin" game, F. Manko of Sewickley won the grand prize of $50,000. OHIO Saturday's Pick 3 796; Pick 4 . 1202; Super Lotto 6-22-26-36-39-44. Kicker 7-5-4-2-9-7. WEST VIRGINIA Saturday's Daily 3 097; Daily 4 6097. Jefferson Hospital for minor injuries and released. Yesterday, bruised and sore from being struck by falling rocks, Sandra Martinelli recalled the incident: "We just left our truck to go into the restaurant when my husband told me there were some rocks falling. We just got back in the truck to move it to another parking spot when he saw the hillside falling," she said. "He told me. 'Run for your life.' " Sandra Martinelli said she and her husband ran in different directions. She was knocked to the ground by falling rocks. Her husband had to jump over downed power lines to get away from the rockslide safely. Crews from Duquesne Light Co. worked yesterday to restore power to the restaurant. Borough officials and John Harper, a geologist for the state Department of Environmental Resources, inspected the scene yesterday. Borough Engineer Carl J. Gaus Jr. discounted recent rainfall as a cause of the rockslide. Instead, he said it was likely that "fatigue and natural stresses on the hillside caused the rocks to slide." Gaus also said the Ponderosa would be responsible for the slide. "It is a private problem and we will get involved when it involves the health and welfare of residents," he said. Gaus said he advised Ponderosa officials to hire a soils engineer to do an inspection before any cleanup including removing the buried vehicles is done. "The borough should have assurance from the soils engineer that the hillside is stable before I issue a grading permit to clean up and restore the area," Gaus said. Ponderosa officials at the scene yesterday declined to comment. Pleasant Hills Mayor William Steffan said the hillside was exca vated in the early 1960s, but that the 20-foot high retaining wall behind the restaurant was constructed about six years ago. Only a portion of the retaining wall constructed of vertical steel beams and fencing was destroyed. Steffan said that there are vacant mines underneath the hillside. "We have been expecting something like this for 30 years," said Stanley Smith, the borough's police chief. "This is a time for all borough businesses who have steep cut walls to look at their stability." Recently, residents along Picture and Challen drives objected to the sharp cut in the hillside for the Georgetown Centre fearing the stability of their back yards which overlook the development. A 27-foot high retaining wall was constructed in the hillside as a safety measure. In Press & Post-Gazette classifieds today SOLD tomorrow! Call 263-1201 90 80 fronts: bo COLD WARM STATIONARY 1990 Accu-Wealher, Inc. HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FUfflWES SHOW ICE SUWMY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY WEATHER TODAY Cloudy and cold with a 60 percent chance of snow showers, high around 35. Tonight, mostly cloudy with flurries and a low near 25. TOMORROW Variable cloudiness with a few flurries. High, mid- to upper 30s. WEDNESDAY Fair, high in the 40s, low in the 20s. THURSDAY, FRIDAY Fair Thursday. High in the 50s, low in the 30s. Chance of showers Friday. High in the 50s, low 35 to 45. Travelers' forecast Nation Anchorage 14 Atlanta 68 Atlantic City 45 Baltimore 48 Boston 42 Buffalo 32 Charleston.S.C. 72 Chicago 42 Cincinnati 46 Cleveland 37 Dallas 76 Denver 72 Detroit 34 Honolulu 86 Houston 76 Indianapolis 48 Jacksonville 74 Las Vegas 79 Los Angeles 86 Miami Beach 79 Milwaukee 42 Minneapolis 39 New Orleans 71 New York 43 Norfolk 53 Orlando 79 Philadelphia 44 Phoenix 89 St. Louis 58 San Diego 78 San Francisco ... 75 San Juan 89 Seattle 64 Tampa 76 Washington 51 Today Sky L eond. -05 Clear 42 Clear 34 Cloudy 34 Clear 34 Cloudy 29 Clear 44 Clear 25 Cloudy 28 Clear 29 Cloudy 46 Clear 32 Clear 27 Cloudy 68 Cloudy 41 Clear 27 Cloudy 40 Clear 49 Cloudy 57 Clear 57 Clear 25 Cloudy 19 Cloudy 46 Clear 38 Clear 38 Clear 47 Clear 32 Cloudy 59 Clear 37 Clear 55 Clear 52 Clear 74 Cloudy 49 Cloudy 43 Clear 39 Clear Tomorrow Sky H L eond. 17 00 Cloudy 65 41 Clear 45 29 Clear 47 28 Clear 40 26 Cloudy 35 29 Cloudy 68 43 Clear 46 24 Cloudy 49 27 Clear 38 27 Cloudy 75 45 Clear 72 35 Clear 37 23 Cloudy 85 70 Cloudy 79 46" Clear 52 28 Cloudy 71 40 Clear 80 48 Cloudy 82 56 Clear 80 62 Cloudy 44 27 Cloudy 47 25 Cloudy 72 50 Clear 44 29 Cloudy 49 34 Clear 78 51 Cloudy 44 27 Cloudy 88 62 Clear 61 37 Clear 75 56 Clear 66 54 Cloudy 88 75 Cloudy 55 48 Rain 75 49 Cloudy 49 31 Clear 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' forecast: Altoona Bradford DuBois Erie Harrisburg.... Johnstown.... Youngstown Morgantown Foreign Beijing Berlin Buenos Aires Cairo Geneva Jerusalem London Madrid Mexico City .. Montreal Moscow New Delhi Paris Rome Sydney Tokyo Toronto Vancouver.... Sky H L eond. 43 26 Snow 37 27 Snow 38 28 Snow 42 30 Snow 45 29 Windy 39 28 Snow 41 28 Snow MM M YMlatdsy MM M MM M 80 64 Clear 75 63 Clear 45 41 Rain 59 50 Cloudy 50 43 Cloudy 64 48 Clear 72 52 Clear 37 32 Snow MM M 86 56 M 57 50 Cloudy 62 34 Clear MM M 61 48 Clear 46 37 Cloudy 57 46 Rain Almanac Since 1874, Nov. 12 highest temp, was 76in 1879 lowest temp, was 2 1 in 1973. Airport temperaturss 1 a m 40 1 p.m 43 2a.m 38 2 p.m 44 3a.m 37 . 3 p.m 44 4a.m 36 4 p.m 43 5a.m 35 5 p.m 42 6 a m 34 6 p.m 39 7a.m 33 . 7 p.m 36 8a.m 32 8 p.m 39 9 a m 34 9 p.m 38 10 a m 36 10 p.m 39 11 a m 39 11 p.m 39 Noon 41 Midnight 37 Temp, and precip. this date: 89 '88 '87 '86 '85 '84 High 52 53 59 56 60 51 Low 36 25 39 38 41 37 Mean 44 39 49 49 50 44 Prec 0 O .18 .04 .48 0 Airport at midnight yesterday: Press. T H Wind Weather 30.07 37 73 W 18 PtCldy Yesterday's high 45 Yesterday's low 31 Yesterday's mean 38 Yesterday's precip T Normal temp day 43 Defic. temp.day 5 Excess temp. month 34 Excess temp year 846 Total prec. month 0.95 Normal prec. month 0.47 Total prec.year 42.63 Normal prec.year 32.21 Pittsburgh skies Sunset Mon 5:06 p.m. Sunrise Tues 7:04 a.m. Pollution index Downtown Good. Brackenridge Avalon Good. Hazelwood Moderate. Liberty Borough Good. North Braddock Good. Oakland Good. South Fayette Good. The Allegheny County Department of Health's24-hour pollution complaint number is 578-8111. River report Rivers in the Pittsburgh district were beginning to fall slowly, but will change little during the next 24 hours. River stages were reported as follows: Allegheny River: Warren. Pa. 5.0 F. Franklin. Pa. 6.4 F, Parker, Pa. 5.8 F. Mononga-hela River: Greensboro, Lock 7. Pa. 11.6F. Cheat River: Parsons, W.Va. 4.2 F. West Fork River: Clarksburg, W.Va. 56 F. Youghiogheny River: Sutersville. Pa. 5.5 F. Beaver River: Beaver Falls. Pa. 5 4 F. Ohio River: Pittsburgh. Pa. 16.7 P. Dashields Dam 15.7 F. Montgomery Dam. Pa. 14 1 F. Pike Island Lock and Dam, W.Va. 16.0 F, Wheeling Wharf. Wheeling, W.Va. M . F Falling; M Missing; P Pool; R Rising; S Stationary; U Unknown. Amtrak switches lines to Chicago Amtrak's Broadway Limited and Capitol Limited overnight trains between Pittsburgh and Chicago started on new northerly routes and schedules through Ohio and Indiana last night. The Broadway stops in Youngstown, Akron and Fostoria in Ohio and Garrett, Nappanee and Hammond-Whiting in Indiana. The Capi tol stops in Alliance, Cleveland and Toledo in Ohio and Waterloo, South Bend and Hammond-Whiting in Indiana. Amtrak made the changes from infrequently used freight lines onto main tracks that are better maintained so its passenger trains can maintain higher speeds. 001 Death Notices ANGELO On Nov. 10. 1990, Ernest of McKees Rocks; husband of Charlotte KeNey; father of Michael of McKees Rocks and Dennis of Cries wick; brother of Evelyn Breuck-mon of MD; also one grandchild. Friends received in the ANTHONY J. 5 A N-VITO, INC., FUNERAL HOME 1650 Broodway. Stowe Twp., until Weds, where a Funeral Service will be held at 1 p.m. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. BARTON On Nov.' 9, 1990. Emma Lippert, of Monroeville; wife of the late Ned M. Barton; aunt of Alma A. Barton, Walter Barton, Don I sen-berg, Marie Smith, Robert Russell, and Marie McCrocken. Friends received at JOBE FUNERAL HOME, INC., Cor. Shaw & Triboro Ave Turtle Creek. Services will be held Tues. 10:30 am. Visitotion Sun. 12-3 & 7-9 pm, Mon. 2-4 & 7-9 pm. BAUMAN c..., unu in loon Earl E. Bauman; beloved husband of the late worqa ah V "Kmc'kn nnri Qnca AA Koehter, of New York; uncle of Judith A. Chroska, Gor- dan W. Chroska, Walter Nei son and Ralph Major, nnWfntha nt Dnhr1 Wind. horst. Friends welcome at B E I N HAU c K WOK I uak t, Member of the Golden Rule 2630 West Liberty Ave. aa m Tum O-A 7-0 o m where Funeral Services will oe neio weas. j. p.m. nutriment jefterson Mem. Pork. BUSA On Satv Nov. 10, 1990, Gertrude (Andia) of East Liber ty, beloved wife of the late1 Louis Busa; mother of Moni Loutse Mofesich, Betty jone Odom and Geraidine Suraent and Louts F. Busa. Also survived hv eiaht arondchil- dren; eight great-grandchild dren; ond one qreat-greatgranddaughter; sister of i Thresa Scohse, Albert & Hen Andia, ana Joanne Grabwishe. Friends wpicome at the BEINHAUER MORTU ARY. Member of the Golden Ruie, 2630 West Liberty Ave. Won. 2-4 & -V P.m. Mass of Christian Burial, Tuesday, 11 a.m. in St. Anthony Church, Bridqeviiie. Interment Coivory Cemetery. CAROTHERS Kotheryn M. Stewart, on Nov. 10, 1990, of Turtle Creek; wife of the late Richard (Dick) Carothers; beloved mother of Nancy Jock son, o MonroevtMe, and Jerry Corothers, of ID; grandmother of Brand! Nimmo Moss; sister-in-law i of Venj ond Bob Fnez and I Mildred Corothers; olso r 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices manv nieces and neDhew. Friends reeleved at the JOBE FUNERAL HOME, INC., Cor. Show & Triboro Ave., Turtle Creek, where service will be Tues. at 1 p.m. Visitation Sun., noon to i ana 7-9 p.m., Mon., 2-4 una t-y p CONNOR Hulda Salzmann Connor, on Nov. tl, 19V0 of Overbrook; wife of the Inte Charles i Connor; beloved mother of con j. Lonnor; three grand Children; one oreat-arnnd- child. Friends received 7-9 p.m. on Mon. & 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Tues., at the READ-SHAW FUNERAL HOME, INC., 1503 Brownsville Rd., Carrlck. Funeral service weanesoay at v:ju a.m. DABAT On Nov. 9, 1990. Marie Ann Siqnoretlo; wife of Julien J. uooai; motner ot Joseph J., John F. ond Bennv M. Da- bat; sister of Ben and John Signorello; nine grandchildren, four great-grandchildren. Friends rrceived at the BAGNATO FUNERAL HOME, Chartiers Blvd., Carnegie, 2-4 & 7-9. Funeral Mass in St. Martin's Church, Tues. 10am DiDOLCE On Sat Nov. 10. 1990, Evelyn M. DiDotce; beloved mother of Helen Hales, Sal-vatore, Jr., Charles, John, Anthony, Stanley DIDolce ond Thelma Reutzef; sister ot Chartes Forrell; also survived by 19 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Friends received at WM. SLATER & SONS, INC., Virginia Ave. & Kearsorqe St., Mt. Washington. Blessing Tuesday ot 2 p.m. DUSS On Sun Nov. 11, 1990. Helen Wagner Duss, of Shaier Twp.; wife of Albert M. Duss; mother of Albert R. and Thomas E. Duss; sister Of Anno Moe Arenth, Ruth E. Wagner, Robert Gerald N Harold L. and William A. Wagner; also survived by three granddaughters. Friends received Mon 7-9 p.m.; Tues., 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. BOCK FUNERAL HOME, LTD., 1500 Mt. Royal Blvd., Gienshow. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Ann Church, M til vale. Wed, 10am In 1962 after 50 yrs. os Machine Shop Foreman for Unit Rail Anchor Corp. (Hubbard Tool Div.) of Low-rencevilte ond he was a Charter Member of Shorp-shill Volunteer Fire Dept. FAIRBANKS Of Monroevifle, on Sun. Nov. 11, 1990, Barbara A.; beloved wife of William J.; mother of Robert Schon; step-mother of Kathleen 8 Oil. Vicki Metzler, William F. ond John M. Fairbanks; also six grandchildren; sister of Mary T. Bortek, Anno May Killmeyer, Jomes, and John Hennessey. Fnends received GENE H CORL. INC. FUNERAL CENTER OF I MONkOcVILLE, 4335 Northern Pike (one block east of Moss.de Blvd.-Rte. 48). Visitation 7-9 Mon 3-4 & 7-9 Tues. Time of Service later. CORL DIRECTORS, 372-2100 GALLAGHER On Friday, Nov. 9, 1990, Richard W of O'Hara Two.; beloved husband of Isabelle (Viggiono); father of Caro- lynn stegman and Patricia Gallagher Metosky; father-in-law of William Stegman ond Cart Metosky; grandfather of Richard and Patricia Stegman. Aaron and Rvan Me tosky; brother of Mary Neaaei, Anna HOiaen, wora Baldotf, Bettv Gasoorin, Jo seph, Neat ond the late Esther Kraus, Clarence, Albert and Cyril Gallagher; brother-in-law of Mary and Jomes Caye; also nieces and nephews. Friends received Sun. and Mon. 2-9 p.m. ot WORRELL FUNERAL HOME, INC., 820 Main St., Sharps-burg. Moss of Christian Burial Tues. 10 a.m. in St. Joseph Church. Parish woke serice Mon. 2:30 p.m. GROSE On Friday, Nov. 9, ttnei rv. roung orost; ui Hwyrf North Hills. Services Tuesday, 2 p.m. Members of Bell Telephone Pioneers Invited. HOLLINGER Leono T. Hunkele, on Sot., Nov. 10, 1990 Of Shaier Twp.; wife of the late Edward J. Hollinger Sr.; mother of Robert L. Sr., Raymond E. Sr Edward J. Jr., Thomas P. Sr., David N. Sr. and Mrs. Mary Ann Merzlak; also 20 grandchildren and 35 great-grandchildren. Member St. Anthony's Christian Mothers, L.C.B.A, Bauerstown F.D. Aux. (retired) and Bauerstown AARP. Friends received Mon. noon-9 p.m. SPERLING FUNERAL HOME. 123 North Ave., Mlllvale, SELECT MEMBER GOLDEN RULE. Funeral Mass In St. Anthony Church on Tues 12 noon. HOLUBIAK (Beckman) Suddenly on Tues., Nov. 6, 1990 in Newark, NJ, Arlane M. (Beckmon) Holubiak for-merty ot Pghj beloved fiancee of Kenneth Buehler; mother of Tracee and Ta-mee Shermon, Ronnie ond Jason Holubiak; daughter of Albert and the late Marie Beckmon; sister of Darione Horn, Susan and Albert E. Beckman; grandmother of Ashley Sherman. Friends received at WM. SLATER A SONS, INC., Virginia Ave. & Kearsarge St.. Mt. Washington. Funeral Mass Tues. St. Wendeltn Church 10 a m Visit Sun. & Mon. 2-4 & 7-9. JOHNSON Suddenly, on Nov. 8, 199X josepn a. jonnson sr., in Oakland CA; beloved father of Carrie M. Fitch, the wife of Rev. Dr. George Fitch, pastor of the Homewood A.M.E.Z. Church. Funeral Services Wed Nov. 14. 199(1 Beilevue. Mother of Gory llat 1 p.m. in Oakland CA. Grose of Beilevue; Carol L. Condolences t o Bannon Koontz ond her nuspana c.P. Mom-ary, 6to t. nth Pnhort l nf Sheridan; arandmother of Nicole L. and Nathan R. Koontz; sister of Georgia Hespeiein of Pgh. MemDers of Trinity Lutheran Church and friends EICHNER On Frt Nov. 9, 1990, John p., tn his 94m year, ot Shaier Twd.; husband of Lil lian (Larbig) or 70 yrs.; brother ot Agnes Parks. Friends recelyed MONDAY flMl V 0.A K 7-9 o m al the BOCK FUNERAL HOME. LTD., 1500 Mt. Royal Blvd.. Gienshow. Moss of Christian Burtol In St. Mory Church, Shorpsburg. on Tuesday ot 10 o.m. Mr. Elchner retired inuitM nn unrinv 12-3 o. & 7-9 p.m. & Monday 2-4 & 7-9 ot ORION C. PlNKER-TON FUNERAL HOME, INC., A GOLDEN RULE MEM-BER FIRM. 1014 California St.. Oakland CA 94609. The family requests memorial tributes to the United Negro College Fund, 5001 Baum Blvd.. Pgh PA 1524. JOHNSON On Sat., Nov. 10. 1990. John of Upper St. Clair,- beloved husband of the la'e Eileen Johnson, who died on Oct. LATEST DEATHS Angelo, Ernest Barton, Emma Lippert Bauman, Ear) E. Busa, Gertrude (Andia) Carothers, Katheryn M. Connor, Hulda Salzmann Dabat, Marie Ann Signorello DiDolce, Evelyn M. Duss, Helene Wagner Eichner, John P. Fairbanks, Barbara A. Gallagher, Richard W. Grose. Ethel M. (Young) Hamilton, Edward Hollinger, Leona T. Hunkele Johnson, John Johnson, Joseph A. Sr. Johnston, Howard E. Sr. Kaltaler, Raymond J. King, Mildred J. Klein Kirsh, Elvira Sheridan Lester, Alvin H. . Marino, Ermalinda Volpe Michalek, Amelia Telma Morgan, John Morrow, Roy W. Murray. Joseph H. Nagy. Andrew J. Orr (Brettholle), Grace Manion Pearlman, Anne (Bowytz) Russo, Steve Scheirer, Raymond S. Wallisch, William J. Witherow (Whittaker), Ethel Yanchus, Katherine M. Yost, Dorothy M. Zapf. John A. Aye. Ayolon (North Boros) . 190: father of Suson where funeral services will1 Shokespeanj. John Johnson be held Tuesday ot 1 1 a.m. -r- ond I Jeann.e Shevim oi;.o w ' survived by eqM grondchil. HAMILTON i brrjTh'erof ?o'her?nenRMev,' On Fri., Nov. 9, 1990; Ed-I Rose Spencer, Roberta Smnh ward, in his 9?th year: be-'ond William Johnson, loved husbond of Anna Moe Friends and meTbers of Bauer Hamilton, ot Shaier .Pittsburgh Typographical Twp.; father of E Mrabeth j union 07 CWA on wpi-Sigmund- Friends received come to the BEINHAUER Sun. , Mon., 2-4 & 7 9 p m. MORTUARY, Member of the ot the T. B OEVLIN FU : Golden Rule. 2630 West Lib-NERAL HOME, 806 Perry j erty Ave.. Sun. 7-9 p.m. ond r 001 Death Notices PREVIOUS DEATHS Holubiak, Arlane M. Beckman 001 Death Notices JOHNSTON On Sat., Nov. 10, 1990, Howard E, Sr. of North Hills; husband of Murial Ooettmann; father of Jesse, Ralph, Elsworth, Euqene, Lloyd, Ronald, Ethel, Murial Hess, Carol Foley and the tote Howard E. Jr.; brother of Groce Menzel; 14 grandchild ren. Friends received SCHELLHAAS FUNERAL HOME, INC., 3B8 Center Ave. (off Horseshoe Bend) West View, Sun. 7-9, Mon. 2-4 & 7-9 where Service will be held on Tues. ot 1 p.m. KALTALER Of Ml. Lebanon, on Sot., Nov 10, 1990, Raymond J. Koltalen husbond of the late Edith B. Kaltaler; father of Robert E. L. Kaltaler; brother of Marie Hunt, Dons Heyl, Pamela Kopei & the late Jean Perret; grandfather of Benjamin, Timothy, & Melissa. A memorial service will be held in the Mt. Lebanon United Methodist Church, 3319 West Liberty Ave., on Friday at 1:30 p.m. Fnends will be received fol-, lowing services. Family re- ?uests memorials to the hurch. Arrangements by LAUGHLIN'S, Inc., 1 KING On Sat- Nov. 10, 1990, Mildred J. Klein, of Coraopohs; wile of Earl D. King; sister of Ruth M. Enders and the late Stewart Klein; also survived by nieces ond neph-pwv Fnnds received Sun., 7-9; Mon- 2-4 and 7-9 at LTD., 1500 Mt. Royal Blvd., Glenshaw, where service will be held on Tues. at 11 o.m. Interment Private. 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices LESTER Alvin H., died Nov. 9, 1990; son of Lfllie Lester; husbond of Geraidine; father of Gregory S., Judith D. ond Linda M. Lester; brother of John Jr., Oscar, Donald and Eve lyn Lester, and Dorothy i-ogg; one granaenna. visitation Sun.. 7-9, Mon. 3-4 ond 7 9 FREDERICKS FUNERAL MOMtb, INC., 430 6tn 5t., Braddock. Services Tues., 11 am. Fredericks Chapel. Interment Restlond Cemetery. MARINO On Sun Nov. 11, 1990, Ermalinda Volpe; beloved wife of the late Guiseppe Marine-be toved mother of Mory Jane Peduto, Jeanne D'As-cenzo and Florence Grtffin; sister of Emflta Volpe, of Italy; also eight grandchildren and eight great-granchildren. Friends received at the JOHN O. O'CONNOR & SON FUNERAL HOME, INC. 5106 Second Ave., Hazelwood, 521-8116. Moss of Christian Burial Wed. ot 10 a.m. in St. Stephen Church, Harel-wood. Interment Calvary Cemtery. Visitation Mon., 7-9; Tues., 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. MICHALEK On Nov. 10, 1990, of Pgh-Amelia Telma, age 90; beloved wife of the late Adam A.; mother of Leona Petko-vich and Gilbert S. Michalek; grandmother of David ond Lisa Michalek. Fnends received Sun. 7-9 p.m. and Mon. 2-4, 7-9 p.m. HARVEY L. CORBA FUNERAL HOME, 997 Greentree Rd., Green Tree. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Margaret R.C. Church Tues. 12:30 p.m. MORGAN Mon. 2-4 & 7-9 p m. where Funeral Services will be neid Tues. at it a.m. interment Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, Beinel Looge 761 F & AM Service Mo nday evening. Family suggests donations to Shnners Hospital for Crippled and Burned Children, Syna Temple, 4423 Bigeiow Blvd- Pgh., PA 15213. KIRSCH "o Nov. 6, 1990, In Cincln-a ti, OH. for m e ry of Green irpp. Fivirn Sheridan; be loved wife of the late Frederick J. Jr.; mother of Marilee Dufner & Sherry Stofter; olso five grandchildren; sister of the late Ann Brown, Lee Sellers. & Marie Alien. Friends will be received at HARVEY L. CORBA FUNERAL HOME, 997 Greentree Rd., Green Tree, Sun. 7-9 pm & Mon 2-4 ft 7-9 pm. Moss of Christian Burial St. Mogarets RC Church Tues. 10 a.m. John of imperial PA, on Nov. 9, 1990; husband Of Katherine Broad Morgan; father of Jock, Jerry, Daniel, Mrs. Judy Lange, Jay and Jeff; nine grondchlfdren; brother of Mrs. Josephine Petric, Mrs. Pauline Dins-more and Stewart Morgan. Friends received Sun. and Mon. 2-4 and 7-9 at the HAROLD K. WHARTON FUNERAL HOME, Cliff Mine Rd., tmperiol. Pa. Services Tues., Nov. 13, 11 a.m. MORROW Roy w ., on Sat., Nov. 1 a 1990; beloved father of Roy L. Morrow, John C. Morrow, of Cutver City, CA ond Mrs. Cassandra Lackner, of Gar-denio, CA; brother of Ralph Morrow; grandfather of Roy C. Morrow and Andre' Lackner. Friends mov coll SUN. 7-9 ond MON. 2-4 ond i-y ut, nniic rncwunmu CHAPEL, of Point Breere, Thomas ond N. Homewood Ave. Funeral Ceremony, TUESDAY, 11:00 AM, from the Metropolitan Baptist) Church, Sompsomo St. Interment; Highwood Cemetery, f MURRAY Suddenly, on Nov. llr 1990, Joseph H., of West Home-steaa; husband of the lote Bertho (Albrecht); father of James, Robert, Richard and David; brother of Elizabeth Meyer and Russell Murray; also ten grandchildren. Friends received 7-9 p.m. Mon.; 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tues. at the GEORGE IRVIN GREEN FUNERAL HOME, INC., A Goloen Rule Member Firm, 3511 Main St. (Homestead Park) Munhall. Mass of Christian Burial from St. Therese Church at 11 a.m. on Wed. NAGY On Sot., Nov. 10, 1990; Andrew J. Nagy; beloved husband of the late Margaret Kochick Nagy; lather of Andrew M. (Cabby), Dkjne E John G., Dr. Michael S Terry C. ond Kim A. Nogy. Friends will be received at JOHN A. FREVVOGEL SONS, INC.. 4900 Centre at Devonshire St., Mon. 2-4 & 7-9 pm, where a Blessing Service will be Tues. at 11 om. ORR (Brettholle) Of Scott Twp on Sun., Nov. 11, 1990, Groce Manion Orr; wife of the lote William A. Brettholle and James R. Orr; mother of Sandy Loughren, of Mt. Leb.. Bill Brettholle, of Bethel Park, Mary Groce Bretthole, of Tuscon, AZ ond Debbie Bengeult, of Seattle, WA. sister of Ruth Smith, of Washington Court House. OH; also survived by ten grandchildren. Friends may call ot LAUGHLIN'S, Inc., 222 Washington Rd., Mt. Leb. on Won, 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Moss of Christian Burial will be offered In St. Bernard Church on Tues. at 10 o.m. Family requests memorials to the American Concer Society. PEARLMAN Anne (Bowytz), uge 92, formerly of Pgh PA, dearest wife of Dr. R. H. Peorlmon of blessed memory. The most precious and adored mother of E llnore S. Berkowitz df MIomL FL, formerly of Pgh., PA & Newton Center, MA ond Robert C. (Dons) Peorlmon of Pgh PA K Palm Beach, Fl. Cherished grandma of Jeff (Eiome) ond Rich Berkowitz of Miami ond Heide & Jill Pearlman. Adored great-grandma of Andy ona Mike Berkowitz; loving Stster of Harry (Marion) Bowytz of Polm Springs, CA, and the late Lee, Joe, Bill, and Lou ot Toronto, OH & Pgh PA. Anne gave completely of herself, never taking, always giving to her family, friends, ond community. She was a grand matron of Amaranth of Eastern Star os well as a 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices board member ot various charitable organizations. Crypt side services were held on Sunday, Nov. 11 at Lakeside Memorial Pork Mausoleum in Miami. Arrangements by Menorah Gardens ond Funeral Cha- Pels In North Miami Beach, L, (305) 935-3939. RUSSO On Sat., Nov. 10, 1990; Steve, of McKees Rocks husband of Mildred H Le-Fevre; father of Stephen R ; grandfather of Stephen and Maria Russo. Friends re- rAiuB,! Mt Ka tUTUnkiu . . MUSMANNO FUNERAL HOME, 700 7th St.. McKees Rocks. Funeral Mass in St. am. Visitations' Sun. ' Mon 2-4 ond 7-9 pm. SCHEIRER On Sun,, Nov. 11, 1990, Raymond S. Scheirer; husband of the late Beatrice Scheirer; father of Andrew Raymond Scheirer; brother of William Scheirer and Marlon Roberts; grandfather of Andrew Raymond H, Christopher William, and Nicholas Joy. Friends received ot WM. SLATER & SONS, INC., Virginia Ave. & Kearsarge St., Mt. Washington. Funeral Moss in St. Justin Church, Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. i WALLISCH William J Sr., on Fri Nov. 9, 1990, of Sheraden; hus band of Georgiana (Sis) Tarn Wallisch; father of Dr William J. Wallisch; five randchlldren; one greatgrandchild. No Visitations Funeral Mass in Holy Innocents Church, Mon 10 am. Arrangements by WM. f. IUNKUT rUNCNAL HUME. WITHER0W (Whittaker) On Sat., Nov. 10, 1990, Ethel Whittaker Withe row, beloved wife of the late James W. Withe row; mother of Jomes W. Witherow; randmotner of Scott ond odd Wltherow; sister of Margaret W. Hortman, Gladys Whittaker ond Helen H. Whittaker, Dorothy W. Leone and Isabel A. McFiggen; step-sister of Yates and Frank Mast and the late Louro B. Whittaker, Edith W. Rennie, Alfred W., Jesse Robert ond William Foster Whittaker. Friends welcome at BEINHAUER MORTUARY, Member of the Golden Rule, 2630 West Liberty Ave., Mon., 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. where Funeral Service will be conducted Tues., 11 a.m. Interment will be In Jefferson Memorial Pork,. YANCHUS On Sot., Nov. 10, 1990, Katherine M., of Crafton; wife of the late Stephen C; mother of Patricia Butter, of Greensburg, Joanne Spik, Eugene, of Boston, Louis, of Miami and the late Richard P.; sister of Andrew Patrick, of Uniontown and Anna Hle-binsky, Masontown; 13 grand, seven great-grandchildren. Blessing Service Tues. 11 a.m. at the SPEER-AN-THONY KAPRIVE FUNERAL HOME, 2927 Chartiers Ave., Sheraden, Pgh. Visitation Sun. 2-4, 7-9, Mon. 7-9 p.m. YOST Dorothy M., age 80, of BrOOd StrPPt. I PAtcrinla. nn Sat., Nov. 10. 1990, following a lengthy illness; beloved wife of Charles R. Yost; mother of Mrs. Joyce E. Bowers of Coraopolis; two orandsons, William Douglas & Charles James Bowers; and one sister Mrs. Sarah Leonard of Denver, CO. Friends received Sun., 7 9 p.m. & Mon. 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. at the JOHN SYKA FUNERAL HOME, INC., 833 Kennedy Dr., Ambrldge. Funeral service Tuesday, 11 o.m. in the funeral home. Burial In Sylvanla Hills Memorial Pork, Rochester, PA. ZAPF Of Mt. Oliver, on Sun. Nov. 11, 1990, John A.; husband Of the late Cecelia Bruqg-man Zapf; brother of Loretfa Schneider; olso survived by niece. Ullian Korbe and other nieces and nephews. Friends received at HOWARD A. FARNSWORTH FUNERAL HOME, INC.. 425 Brownsville Rd., Mf. Oliver. Funeral Wed. Liturgy St. Joseph Church. Visitation with family 2-4 & 7-9 Mon. & Tues. 004 In Memoriam IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE Alan Smiley, Nov. 12, 1980. Ten long years. Honey. Love is eternal. Greatly loved and misted. In mamnrv nt VJII I I A AA A WILSON My beloved father wno passeo away, Nov. , 1990. May he rest In peace. Dnimhtar I nU-ma f n.i and granddaughter Joy. 007 Mon.-Cemetery GLENSHAW Mt. Nov a I Cemetery. 4 Lots avaiintiir Acacia lown section. s each. Call Richard TpIIt collect 713-487-4605 evenings or 713-644-2438 weekdays. JEFFERSON MEM. PA R K 6 ptots. Coll (504)-891-6VblJ R I V ER MEM'OrTa L PARK 4 plots, 274-7i88

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