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18 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Tuesday. November 19,. W OBITUARIES S.M. Noszka, former senator in Pennsylvania Stanley M. Noszka, a former state senator and professional basketball player, died of heart failure Friday in the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Aspinwall. He was 71. : Mr. Noszka, of Highland Park, was a Democrat who was appointed a state senator from the 38th District in 1966. He was elected to the post in 1970 and re-elected in 1974 before retiring for health reasons in 1978. He played basketball for the Pittsburgh Ironmen from 1946 to 1947 and the Boston Celtics from 1947 to 1949 after starring as a guard on the Duquesne University team under Coach Chick Davies. A 1944 graduate of the university, Mr. Noszka was inducted into the Duquesne Hall of Fame in 1971. Mr. Noszka was a World War II Navy veteran. He began his government career in 1947 as an investigator with the city Law Department. He later was a secretary to City Council and personnel secretary for Mayors David L. Lawrence and Joe Barr. He was a former Softball coach at St. George High School in Allentown. Surviving are three sons, Stan Jr., Daniel and Jeffrey, all of Highland Park; five daughters, Diane Johnston of Momingside, Linda Noszka of Highland Park, Nancy Noszka of Stanton Heights, Virginia Reiner of Ross and Amy Noszka of Shaler; nine grandchildren; and a sister, Theresa Calderone of Lawrenceville. Arrangements are by Beinhauer-Lutz Funeral Home Inc., 4635 Butler St., Lawrenceville. Charles L. Sconing Charles L Sconing, who retired in 1983 from the Pittsburgh offices of the Aluminum Co. of America, died of a heart attack Saturday in his New Kensington home. Mr. Sconing, 71, was a former chairman of the New Kensington Republican Committee. In 1974, he made an unsuccessful attempt to unseat longtime Democratic incumbent Rep. John H. Dent in the 21st Legislative District election. Mr. Sconing was a native of Butler and received his bachelor of arts in business administration from the University of Pittsburgh. He was a World War II Marine Corps veteran. He was a Mason and a member of Syria Temple and the New Kensington Elks, the Lower Burrell Veterans of Foreign Wars Post and the Alcoa 25 Year Club. Mr. Sconing was a member of the New Kensington Moose where he was a pilgrim, the organization's highest degree. He was a member and past commander of the New Kensington American Legion Post and was a member of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in New Kensington. Surviving is his wife, Elizabeth A. Sconing. Arrangements are by Ross G. Walker Funeral Home Ltd., 217 Free-port Road, New Kensington. Harry G. Lander Sr. Harry G. Lander Sr., who served 25 years as customer relations manager for Chrysler Corp. in the Pittsburgh area, died of heart disease Sunday in Leader Nursing & Rehabiliation Center, Bethel Park. He was 59. Mr. Lander, who had lived in Moon and Swissvale, retired from Chrysler in 1988. He was a member of St. Margaret Mary Church in Moon and , the Elks Lodge 1090 in Coraopolis, which he served as trustee. He served as an Army corporal during the Korean War. Surviving are two sons, Harry G. - Jr. of Bethel Park and John of Moon; a daughter, Kathy Lander of Lake-wood, Ohio; his mother, Jeanette Neligh Lander of Swissvale; and two brothers, Tom of Shelby, N.C., and Richard of Swissvale. Arrangements are by R.D. Cope-, land Funeral Home, 981 Broadhead Road, Moon. ELSEWHERE Gustav Husak, 78, who held Czechoslovakia in the grip of pro-Moscow orthodoxy from Alexander Dubcek's failed "Prague Spring" of 1968 until Eastern Europe revolted against communism in the winter of 1987, yesterday in Bratislava, the capital of the Slovak republic. Mr. Husak had undergone several cancer operations and was hospitalized since Nov. 8. Nelson S. Mead, 70, a director of Mead Corp. and great-grandson of its founder, Col. Daniel E. Mead, of congestive heart failure Saturday in Hobe Sound, Fla. Mr. Mead had been a director of USAir Group Inc. and its predecessor, Allegheny Airlines, since 1963. Compiled by Ernie Hoffman Candidate is mapped out of race by panel By Gary Tuma Post-Gazette Harrisburg Correspondent HARRISBURG At 10 a.m. on Friday, Cliff Jones, the recently retired president of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, announced that he would run for the state Senate from his home district, the 31st. But about three hours later, when the state reapportionment commission took its final vote, Jones was surprised to leam that he didn't live in the 31st District anymore. He didn't move; the district boundary did. In a classic case of politics at its best or worst the Legislative Reapportionment Commission adjusted the final version of the Senate redistricting map to take Jones' home community of Upper Allen Township out of the 31st District and placed it on the eastern fringe of the 33rd. Jones' plans to challenge four-term incumbent John Hopper, R-Cumberland, had become known for several weeks in Harrisburg political circles. All of Cumberland County is currently in Hopper's district, and was in Hopper's district in all of the preliminary reapportionment maps designed by the commission. So when Jones scheduled a press conference to announce his candidacy, he assumed that he would be. living in the 31st. Someone else had other plans, but no one seems to know who was responsible for suggesting that two townships in Cumberland County be separated from the rest of the county and placed in another district. Hopper said he was shocked when he found out. Senate President Pro Tempore Robert Jubelirer, R-Altoo-na, who has had his differences with Jones and the Chamber of Business on a number of issues in the past, said he was too. Sen. Robert Mellow, D-Lackawanna, a member of the commission, said he wasn't even aware of the change when he voted for the final plan. Now, even if Jones moved back into the district, he would not meet the one-year residency requirement before next November's election. It would be difficult for him to defeat the incumbent in the 33rd, Terry Punt, R-Franklin County, because the population base of that district is in Franklin. Jones has scheduled a press conference for today to announce his future course of action. Pa. State Lottery loses its executive director By Gary Tuma Post-Gazette Harrisburg Correspondent HARRISBURG After four years in which he presided over a North American record jackpot, but also a period of stagnant ticket sales, Jim Scroggins has resigned as executive director of the Pennsylvania State Lottery. Scroggins, who quit the top lottery job Friday, would not say what prompted his departure. A spokesman for the state Revenue Department, which oversees lottery operations, had no comment on the departure. Scroggins will remain on the state payroll until Nov. 29. He said he was looking into other posts in the lottery industry and some jobs in the Harrisburg area. Among them is a possible position as head of the new Texas lottery. He came to Pennsylvania in October 1987 from Webcraft, a St. Louis firm that develops and markets in- , stant-game tickets. Prior to that, he had been director of lottery services for an accounting firm, and before that, he had spent seven years with ihe Illinois State Lottery, where he was marketing director. Lottery sales were $1,439 billion in the 1987-88 fiscal year, his first. Fueled largely by the sales and publicity surrounding the $115 million Super 7 jackpot in April 1989 a North American record at that time sales peaked at $1,567 billion in 1988-89 but slid slightly to $1,543 billion the following year and to $1,523 billion last year. Pennsylvania's condition is similar to other states that have had lotteries for a decade or more. Faced with increased competition for the gambling dollar and the recessionary economy, their growth has slowed, and in some cases sales have declined. But Scroggins believes that lotteries' long-term future is still bright. "I think the lottery industry is alive and well. They are here to stay," he said. "Mature lotteries have slipped lately, but I think the economy has had a lot to do with that." Conrad Stauffer, deputy executive director of the lottery, was named acting dirtector until a permanent replacement could be appointed. IN BRIEF Killing is juvenile case A West Mifflin youth will be tried as a juvenile in the June 19 stabbing death of a Homestead man. Common Pleas Judge Jeffrey A. Manning yesterday returned the case of Julian Foy, 17, of Midway Drive, to juvenile court after agreeing with Assistant Public Defender William Brennan's argument that the case was probably not murder, but voluntary manslaughter. Brennan said Foy has no prior record. Foy had charged with stabbing Edward Cook, 28, of Ann Street, after an argument. Missing man sought City detectives are searching for a Shaler man who walked away from his job in Lawrenceville Thursday and who, family members said, is sui cidal. Peter M. Bugrin, 43, has not been seen since he walked off his job at Fruehauf Trailers on 35th Street. Bugrin is white, 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 150 pounds. He has black hair, brown eyes and a dark complexion. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a green quilted flannel shirt, black rubber boots and a black Steel-ers cap. Anyone with information about Bugrin is asked to contact the Police Bureau's Missing Persons squad at 255-2887 or 255-2877. Sister dies, man charged An East Liberty man who was arrested Nov. 9 for an aggravated assault against his sister was arraigned yesterday on a charge of homicide because the woman died last week, the Allegheny County coroner's office reported. Harold Hughes, 31, of Collins Avenue, was arraigned before Deputy Coroner Richard Con-. stantino, who scheduled a hearing for 10 a.m. Nov. 26. Hughes was arrested for striking his sister, Florence Hughes, 35, in the head during a domestic dispute in their home, said a spokesman for the coroner. Florence Hughes died Thursday in Presbyterian University Hospital. Tax rebates approved Mt. Lebanon school directors last night agreed to rebate nearly $250,000 to district property owners. The average homeowner with a house assessed at $100,000 will receive a rebate of $23. The rebates are a result of the district receiving more state funds than anticipated when directors approved the 1991-92 budget. Mt. Lebanon directors voted to re fund the money despite legal action by the Pennsylvania School Boards Association temporarily preventing the state Department of Education from forcing school districts to issue rebates to taxpayers. Woman hit by car dies A North Side woman died yesterday after she was struck by a car while crossing the street, a spokesman for the Allegheny County coroner said. Geraldine Neidhardt, 47, of Cooper Avenue, was struck at 7:25 a.m. in the 3700 block of California Avenue by a car driven by Catherine Adams, 68, of Sedgewick Street, North Side, the spokesman said. Neidhardt died at 4:55 p.m. in Allegheny General Hospital. No charges have been filed in the incident. The Aceu-Weather" forecast for noon, Tuesday, Nov. 19. Linn Mpant high temperaure iotm lor the day. PPOMTS COLO WARM STATIONARY 01M1 Aau-W,lne. hTt 0 HQ O 2i won low txmtm nw t-tobmi niwrntt ftwow ci uwy ftciouov ciouor WEATHER TODAY Mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of rain with a high near 65. Tonight, mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of rain, low around 55. TOMORROW Cloudy. High near 65; low near 55. THURSDAY Chance of rain. High near 55; low near 35. . FRIDAY Chance of rain. High near 55; low near 35. SATURDAY Chance of rain. High near 55; low near 35. Travelers' forecast Nation Today H L eond. Anchorage 27 18 Snow Atlanta 63 51 Rain Atlantic City 60 45 Cloudy Baltimore 67 41 Cloudy Boston 63 42 Cloudy Buffalo 65 49 Cloudy Charleston.S.C. . 75 56 Cloudy Chicago 58 49 Cloudy Cincinnati 68 57 Rain Cleveland 67 53 Cloudy Dallas 63 52 Cloudy Denver 47 28 Cloudy Detroit 59 53 Rain Honolulu 88 74 Clear Houston 77 66 Rain Indianapolis 65 56 Rain Jacksonville 79 63 Cloudy Las Vegas 61 40 Clear Los Angeles 78 48 Clear Miami Beach 83 72 Cloudy Milwaukee 55 47 Cloudy Minneapolis 43 33 Cloudy New Orleans 82 67 Cloudy New York 63 46 Cloudy Norfolk 70 43 Cloudy Orlando 82 64 Cloudy Philadelphia 63 44 Cloudy Phoenix 70 44 Clear St.Louis 64 57 Cloudy San Diego 75 51 Clear San Francisco ... 64 47 Clear San Juan 85 73 Clear Seattle 53 44 Rain Tampa 85 65 Cloudy Washington 67 45 Cloudy Tomorrow Sky H L eond. 23 12 Clear 65 53 Rain 67 52 Cloudy 67 50 Rain 64 50 Cloudy 60 51 Cloudy 79 60 Cloudy 47 41 Cloudy 58 53 Rain 58 56 Rain 60 43 Cloudy 53 23 Clear 56 52 Rain 87 74 Clear 61 49 Cloudy 55 52 Rain 79 63 Cloudy 67 37 Clear 82 47 Clear 83 72 Cloudy 46 37 Cloudy 38 25 Cloudy 71 65 Cloudy 65 53 Cloudy 75 54 Cloudy 83 64 Cloudy 68 52 Cloudy 76 47 Clear 49 44 Rain 78 49 Clear 63 47 Cloudy 85 73 Cloudy 51 45 Rain 85 66 Cloudy 67 52 Rain 24-hour report National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Weather Radio broadcasts latest weather information or warnings 24 hours a day on VHF band at 162.55 MHz. District Today's forecast: Altoona Bradford DuBois Erie Harrisburg Johnstown .... Morgantown.. Youngstown.. 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. 60 49 Rain 57 43 Rain 57 43 Rain 62 54 Rain 62 50 Cloudy 59 48 Rain 61 55 Rain 57 45 Rain Yesterday 48 28 Cloudy 41 32 Cloudy 77 63 Clear 79 59 Clear 43 28 Cloudy 63 48 Clear 52 43 Clear 68 45 Clear 72 46 Cloudy 34 19 Cloudy 41 36 Clear 79 50 Clear 52 46 Cloudy M 50 Clear 79 63 Cloudy 61 52 Cloudy 39 21 Cloudy 50 46 Cloudy Airport temperatures 1 a.m...:. 35 2 a.m 35 3 a.m 35 4 a.m 34 5am 34 6am 32 7a,m 35 8 a.m 37 9 a.m 40 10 a.m 44 11 a.m 49 Noon 53 1 p.m.. 2 pm.. 3 p.m.. 4 p.m.. 5 p.m.. 6 p.m.. 7 p.m.. 8 p.m.. 9 p.m.. 10p.m.. 56 57 58 57 56 55 54 56 56 56 Almanac Since 1874. Nov. 19 highest temp, was 72 in 1921 ; lowest temp was 8 in 1880. Pittsburgh skies Sunset Tues 5 00 p.m. Sunrise Wed 712am. Pollution Index Downtown Good. Clairlon Good. Avalon Moderate Hazelwood Good. Liberty Borough Good. North Braddock Good. Oakland Good. South Fayette Good The Allegheny County Department of Health's 24-hour pollution complaint number is 578-81 1 1 . River report Rivers in the Pittsburgh district were generally stationary and will change little during the next 24 hours. River stages were reported as follows: Allegheny River: Warren, Pa. 2 6S, Franklin, Pa. 3.0 S, Parker. Pa. 1.7 S Monongahela River: Greensboro. Lock 7, Pa. 9.5 S . Cheat River: Parsons. W.Va. 2.8 S. West Fork River: Clarksburg, W.Va. 4.3 S. Youghio-gheny River: Sutersville, Pa 2.5 S. Beaver River: Beaver Falls, Pa. 2 8 S. Ohio River: Pittsburgh, Pa. 16 6 P. Dashields Dam 13 5 S. Montgomery Dam, Pa 1 2 8 S. Pike Island Lock andDam.WVa. 12 9 S F Falling; M Missing; P Pool, R Rising; S Stationary; U Unknown. High... Low.... Mean.. Prec... 50 22 36 0 45 41 43 T 55 42 49 0 51 38 45 0 11 p.m 58 Midnight 54 Temp, and precip. this date: '90 '89 '88 '87 '86 44 16 30 0 Airport at 12 a.m. yesterday: Press. T H Wind 30.11 54 69 S8 Yesterday's high 58 Yesterday's low 31 Yesterday s mean 45 Yesterday's precip T Normal temp.day 41 Excess temp day 4 Delic temp month 101 Excess temp year 1273 1 otal prec month 1 .02 Normal prec.month 1 46 Total prec.year 27 42 Normal prec.year 32.85 Weather Cloudy last week, the Allegheny County coroner's office reported. Harold Hughes, 31, of Collins Avenue, was arraigned before Deputy Coroner Richard Constantino, who scheduled a hearing for 10 a.m. Nov. 26. Hughes was arrested for striking his sister, Florence Hughes, 35, in the head during a domestic dispute in their home, said a spokesman for the coroner. Florence Hughes died Thursday in Presbyterian University Hospital. LOTTERY PENNSYLVANIA Yesterday's daily number 179; Big 4 9445. OHIO Pick 3 290; Pick 4 6811; Cards 9 of Hearts, 5 of Clubs, 6 of Diamonds, 4 of Spades. WEST VIRGINIA Daily 3 272; Daily 4 31 1 2. 001 Death Notices ABROMITIS On Sot. Nov. 16, 1991 Albert of N. Broddock, Husband of the late Helen Sestak Abro-mHts; Father of Albert Richard, Vincent Joseph 8, Mary Judith Kvarta; Brother of Raymond. Alberta Bertram, lrne Jefferson, Stello Cudo, Daniel Storta 8, Dorothy Oorbln; Also four grandchildren, nieces & nephews. Friends received at the RAYMOND J. YUHAS FUNERAL HOME, Inc., Main 8, Franklin Sts., Bessemer Terrace, E. Pah. Visitation on Monday & Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9. Mass of Christian Burial on Wednesday 9:30am St. Helen Church. AIKENS Bertha Bilott, of Imperial, PA, suddenly, on Nov. 16, 1991; beloved wife of Wll-iam J, Aikens; mother of Thomas Aiken and Virginia Delss; daughter of Anthony Btlott, sister of Walter; also survived by grandchildren. Funeral Service at the HAR-OLO K. WHARTON FUNERAL HOME, Cliff Mine Rd., Imperial, Pa Weds., Nov. 20. H a m. Friends received Mon. & Tues. 2-4 & 7-9pm ALLISON Suddenly, on Sun., Nov. 17, 1991, George (Irish) Allison; son of the late George and tr itzaoem oexz Aiiison; nus-bond of the late Frances Torreg rosso Allison; beiovea romer ot eiizaoern i. oanzzi; father of Patricia Al lison; also nieces & nephews. Friends received wun, 6-v p.m.; i utb. i 9om at the JAMES J. BAR RY JR. FUNERAL HOME, INC, 608 Warrington Ave Funeral Service Wed. 10 am 001 Death Notices Rd. at Alice St. Funeral Wed., 9AM. Liturgy St. Wendelin Church, lOAM BUCHKO (Thaner) Johanna Thaner Meyer, on Sat., Nov. 16, 1991, of the N.5.; wife of Walter Buchko; mother of Dennis A. Meyer, Barbara A. Coccagno and Ronald E. Buczfeo; sister of Sr. M. Mercedes Thaner O 5 B.; also 1 1 grand- ana one great-grandchild. Friends received Tues. Noon-9 p.m. SPERLING. INC., 408 Cedar Ave., N.S. Funeral Service Weds. 8 30 a.m. Funeral Mass In Our Lady Queen of Peace Church at ?:jo a.m. CLOUNER ATKINS Donald Leon Atkins, on Nov. 16. 1991; beloved hus band of Deborah; fother of i racy, Kim, houi, uonna, Michelle, Sheila Donald Jr., Harold, Rico, Dorian and Dawn Atkins; son of Margaret and the late Roger Atkins; brother of Harold; 3 aunts, 3 god children and 1 sister In low; son In law of Frances Ford Wilson. Friends received Mon. & Tues. 2-4 & 7-9 pm. at the THE LM A J. OOODEN BROWN FUNERAL HOME, 60S Brushton Ave., E E. Funeral Service Weds. 11 am. at First Baptist Church, Penn Hills with Rev. John Hunt officiant. Interment Rrstiond Cemetery. BOZIC Of Sebrlng, Flo. formerly of Poll., on Fit, NOV. 15, 1991, Pauline R. Boric daughter of thp late Frank & Pauline (Stlfllietz) Bozic; bptoved sister of Trudy B. Meeks, Ann Ptister and Dr. Albert F. Bozic, M.D. Friends received Tuns. 7 4 & 7 9PM at the WILLIAM C. HIRT FUNERAL HOME, INC., 704 BWnsville On Sat. Nov. 16. 1991 Edward M., Beloved husband of Addle Fielder Clouner formerly of Avalon; Preseded in death by wife Margaret Meven Clouner: Beiovea Fa ther of Melvtn C. Clouner of koss Two- vraina l. Des mond & Shirlev A. Moore both of Washington Pa. Also survivea oy seven granaenn-dren, seven great-grandchildren & mony nieces & nephews; Friends invited Tupsrtnv 2-4 (L 7-9 in the ORION C. PINKERTON FU- NcKAL HOMt INC., A GOLDEN RULE MEMBER FIRM, 1014 California Ave., Avalon (North Boras), where Funeral Services will be held on Wednesday morning at 11. Mr. Clouner a veteran of WWI had been an employee of McCailum Co. Florist and, at retirement, of Allegheny County. COSENTINO On Nov. 16, 1991 Yolanda Madamo of Rochester, NY; mother of Theresa Moreno of Powling, NY and Joseph of Rochester, NY; sister of Angeiine Gugino of Penfleld, NY and Mary Stecko of Irwin, PA. No visitation at the funeral home. Friends received in Mother of Sorrow Church for Mass of Christian Burial on Wed. at 10 a.m. Funeral arrangements by: ANTHONY J. 5 AN VI TO, INC., FUNERAL HOME Stowe Twp COZZA On Sun. Nov. 17, 1991, Lou- ' ijvjui .vtia, or e. fgn.; brother of Mary Cozio of shnrnthu rn . kaiAim ........ i of Anthony (Mac) and Rose ruJ"n' "' many nieces and nephews. Friends may call Mon. 7 9 p m., Tues 2-4 & 7-9 p m. at the PAT-RICK T. LANIOAN FUNERAL HOMS, 700 Linden Ave., F Dnh UnLC n. -..!...- n , i . . w, v.Mii:iiiun Durt- ol In Si. William Church, on Weds, ot 9:30 a.m. ECKEL Martha McMnster Eckel US. on Sunday, Nov. 17, 1991 of Blncksburg, VA formerly of Coraopolis, she was a grad- LATEST DEATHS Aikens, Bertha Bilott Allison, George (Irish) Bozic, Pauline R. Cosentino, Yolanda Madama Eckel, Martha McMaster Etzi, Anthony S. Fisher, John (Marty) Flynn, John P. (Jack) Friedrich, August C. Gallo, Rocco J. Galovich, John Gehry, George R. Gensler, Edmund J. Harris, Thomas Hartman, Alma Adams Janczukiewicz, Veronica K. "Ronnie" (Rudzski) Kelly, Peggy Lander, Harry G. Sr. Mauro, Isabelle Plukis McCabe, Frances T, Muir, Mary Day Neidhardt, Geraldine M. (Gerry) Paris Rachuba, Mildred C. Reiser, Morris Saxman, Margaret G. Conahan Smart, Anna M. Fahenstock Teets, James E. Toboz, Joseph Weinstein, Tillie Zenk, Owen R. (Ike) PREVIOUS DEATHS Abromitis, Albert Aikens, Donald Leon Buchko, Johanna Thaner Meyer Clouner, Edward M. Cozza, Louis (JuJu) Harding, William H.-Klier, Marie Reith Langdon, Sophie L. Leacock, Kirk William Rent, Lawrence E. Urban, Anna Paris Whiteside, Regis B. 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices uate of Carnegie Inst, of reennooav; tounaina mem ber of the Trlllulm Garden Club of Highland Park and member of the Writer's Workshop of Blacksbura. VA; Post president of Welch-Brlahf Brick Co.. Monaco, PA ond member of Grare Covenant Presbyterian Church, Blacksnurq; wife of Dr. John F. Eckel; mother of John W. Fcknl of Charlotte, NC ond Karl M. Eckel of Loncaster, PA; five grandchildren and one areat-giandchlld. Family win receive Friends Mon. 7-9 p.m. at HOYMcCOY FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL, Blocksburg, VA., where Funeral Service will be Tues. 11 a.m. Inter num, in rtoseiawn Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends Monday 7-9pm ETZI On Sun. Nov. 17, 1991 In Armonk, NY Anthony S. beloved husband of the late June Rose Etzl; beloved la- thar nf Clla&n C.-.1 a Brian, David & Barbara Etjl Carolyn Etzl Cosavan; grandfather of Danielle, Andrew, David, Guy & Drew; brother of Lucy, Josephine, Rose, Nick, Amos & the late Mary. Friends welcome at BEINHAUER MORTUARY, Unmha, nl (ha 7630 West Liberty Ave. on 4-i o t-vp.m. wnere O blessing service will be held Thurs. llo.m. FISHER Suddenly on Sun. Nov. 17, 1991 Inhn fMnrtuI I- j.. of Penn Hills; beloved hus- uona ot iainerine stack Fisher; father of Gerald M Kathleen McDonnell, and six grandchildren. Friends received Tues. evening, W-d. afternoon and evening THOMAS L. NIEO FUNERAL nuvifc, inc.. wi Washington St., Swissvale. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Berno-dotte Church on Thurs. at 10-10 n m Cr..,1,, , I .... ' U'Mirf CtWCO memorial contributions be rrnjot, iu rng 91. OPrnaaent Church Building Fund. FLYNN John P. fJack) ago A3 on Mon. Nov. 18, 1991 of Pleasant Hills husband of Marv Catherine; falher of Catherine Males, John P. and Daniel J.; brother of James and William; nephew of Irene McKay all of Lar- i 001 Death Notices Imer Pa.; six grandchildren. Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4201 Brownsville Rd Brentwood Tues. 7-9, Wed. 2-4 & 7-9. Funeral prayer on Thurs. at 9:15. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Thomas A'Beckef Church at 10 a.m. FRIEDRICH On Mon Nov. 18, 1991, August C. of Pgh.; beloved husband of Mildred R. (Palmer), father of David R. & Thomas D. grandfather of Jennifer T. Friedrich. Friends welcome at BEINHAUER MORTUARY, Member of the Golden Rule, 2630 West Liberty Ave. Tues. 2-4 & 7-9pm, where Funeral Services will be held Wed Dam. GALLO Rocco J. on Sunday, November 17, 1991 of Bon Air, husband of the late Theresa Gallo; father of Glno Holl-man. Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4201 Brownsville Rd., Brentwood TUESDAY 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Funeral firayer on Wednesday morn-ng at 9:15. Moss of Christian Burial ot St. Canice Chgrch at ID a.m. GALOVICH On Mon. Nov. IS. 1991. John; beloved husband of Bette Galovich of Bellevue; father of Starla Bonesso of Robinson Twp. and Laura Burkey of Plttock; step-father or raren oianmni ot Younastown. OH and Jo El len Miller of Pgh.; brother ot ieorge ooiovicn or sner-oden; also survived by 14 grandchildren ond five great- ?ranchlldren. Friends Invited ues. and Wed., 2-4 and 7-9 at the ORION C. PINKER-TON FUNERAL HOME, INC., A GOLDEN RULE MEMBER FIRM, 1014 California Ave., Avalon (North Boros)., where Funeral Services will be held on Thurs. ot 11am. 001 Death Notices GEHRY On Sot., Nov. 16, 1991, George R. Gehry Jr.; be loved husband of Doris Fischer Gehry; father of Janice Toucntone- George M., Robert C, Keith 8 , Tommv J. and Ronald H. Gehry; son of Adeline Gehry; a ho survived by 1 1 grandchildren. Friends received 2-4, 7 9 p.m. O. $. SIMONS FUNERAL HOME, INC., 2025 Perrysville Ave. where services will be held on Thurs. mornina at 1 1 :DO. Contribu tions may be made to the Moke o wish Foundation. GENSLER Fdmund J., 88, on Mon., Nov. Ifl, 1991, of Whitehall; husbond of Helen L. Gensler; father of Richard E. Gensler, Evelyn Connors and Vivian Cook; brother of Mary M. Gensler and Br. Gilbert Gensler; 14 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren. Friends received at JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4201 Brownsville Rd., Brentwood, Tues. & Wed. 2-4, 7-9 p.m., where Blessing Services will be held on Thurs. at 10 a.m. If desired, family suggests contributions to Alzheimer Disease Research Center, Iroquois Bldg., Pgh., PA 15213 HARDING On Sun. Nov. 17, 1991 William H., beloved husband of Madelvn Dolak; Father of Michelle Alcorn, Tamara Harding, Stepfather of Gregory Mathis; Brother of Bernard Hording; One granddaughter, five stepgrondchil-dren; Friends received MON. 7-9 4 TUES. 2-4 & 7-0 nt the THOMAS P. KUNSAK FU NERAL HOME, 3552 California Ave. at Davis Ave. where Services will be held on Wednesday at 11am. WWII Army Veteran, Served In the Pacific member Yellow Cab Union 128, 22 yrs. r-amny suggesTS conrnou-tions to Amer. Diabetes Ass. HARRIS Thomas, of Bethel Park, on Mon., Nov. 18, 1991; fother of 6 children; beloved friend of Lorraine Denk. Friends received CIESLAK TATKO FUNERAL HOME INC., 2935 Brownsville Rd., Brentwood TUESDAY ONLY noon to 4 & 7-9 where service will be held Wed. 11 a.m. HARTMAN On Sun., Nov. 17, 1991, Alma Adams of Oakmont, wife of the late Clarence; step-mother of Richard Hart-man ond Carolyn Krebs. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9PM, TUES. THOMAS O. ENGLISH FUNERAL HOME. 378 Maryland Ave. Ookmont. Funeral Wed., 10AM. JANCZUKIEWICZ Veronica K. "Ronnie" (Rudzski), of Polish Hill, on Sun. Nov. 17, 1991, beloved wife of the late Michael; mother of Walter and Victor; seven grandchildren, one great-grandson; sister of Frances Coffv and Josephine Balestro. Visitation ond funeral private. Memorial con tributions may be mode to the American Cancer Society. urangomenrs oy DANifcL T. D'ALESSANORO FUNERAL HOME, LTD. KELLY !on Sunday, Nov. 17, 1991, Peggy; beloved daughter of the lote Frances B. and Wilbur Kelly; sister of Dorothy L. ttungq, trnzaoein r.uiiy a, C(s.,an r irallv. nln tur. vived by nieces & nephews. Friends received 7-9 p.m. Mon. K 2-4 . 7-9 Tues. at the THOMAS P. KUNSAK MINERAL HOME, 3552 Collfor- 001 Death Notices nio Ave. at Davis Ave. Funeral Mass at St. Francis Xovler Church, Weds. 10am. KLIER Marie (Relth) on Sun. Nov. 17, 1991, Wife of the late John J. Klier; Mother of John P. & James H. Klier & the late Joseph A.; Sister of Robert Reith of Glenburnie MD & the late Walter Reith; Also four grand & two great-grandchildren; Friends received Monday 7-9, Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9 at the WINTER FUNERAL HOME, 4730 Friendship Ave. Funeral on Wednesday at 8:30am. Mass of Christian Burial Immaculate Conception Church 9:30 LANDER Harry G. Sr., age 59, of Moon Township, on Sun. Nov. 17, 1991; husband of the late Mary Frances Rod-gers Lander; son of Jeanette Lander; beloved father of Horry G. Jr., Kathy and John Lander; brother ol Tom ond Richard Lander; father-in-law of Elaine McSwIggen Lander. Visitation Tues. 2-4 ond 7-9 In COPELAND'S MOON TWP., 981 Brodheod Rd. Funeral Service 9:30 a.m. Mass In St. Margaret Mary Church Wed. at 10 a.m. Memorials, If desired, to Forbes Hospice, Washington Blvd. and Frankstown, Pgh., PA 15206. LANGDON On Sunday Nov. 17, 1991, Sophie L. of Penn Hills; beloved wife of the late William A.; sister of Mabel Pence, Helen Llndberg and Marian Kautz. Friends and relatives may coll at the BURKETTRUBY FUNERAL HOME, INC., 421 Allegheny Ave., Oakmont, Mon. 7.9 4 Tues. 2 4 t, 7-9 pm. Service Wednesday at 11 a.m. . LEACOCK On Sat., Nov. 16, 1991, Kirk William Leacock; hovfrlpnri of Danlca T. Kapusta; son of Linda 6. Diamond ond me iotb Kooerr i. Leacock; brother 'of Rnhert. Thnmni. Cher! and Abby; grandson of Anna Mae Arnold and tho late Jerome J. Arnold Jr. & Flossl Leacock; also survived by mony aunts & uncles; nieces and nephews. Friends received WM. SLATER A SONS, INC., Virginia Ave. & Keorsarae St., Mt. Wash Funeral Service Weds. 1 1 a.m. Visitation 2-4 & 7 9. MAURO On Sunday Nov. 17, 1991 isaoeue Plukis Mauro ot McKmqht Village; wife of the lafe Julius; mother of John J. Sr.; sister of Udwlrja DiLucchio and Estelle P. Funk; also two grandsons, Timothy ond John Jr.; and many beloved friends. Friends received In the SCHELLHAAS FUNERAL HOME, INC., 3H8 Center AVft. (off Horseshoe Bend) West View, on Mon. 7 9; ond 001 Death Notices Tues. 2-4 and 7-9. Service on Wed. at 10:30 a.m. McCABE On Mon. November 18, 1991 Frances T. McCabe of Sewickley; daughter of Edg-or McCabe and Lino Connelly McCabe; sister of Virginia Horton of Sewickley. Arrangements by: DALLAS S. IRVINE FUNERAL HOME MUIR Of Dormont on Sun., Nov. 17, 1991, Mary Day Muir, wife of the late William Muir; mother of Janet Ann Crawford, James D., William D. and John L. Muir; sister of Janet Day Logue; also survived by six grandchildren. Friends may call at LAUGHLIN'S, Inc., 222 Washington Rd.,Mt. Lebanon, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY 2-4 & 7-9. Service In the Funeral Home Chapel.Thurs. mornina ot 11 o'clock. Inter ment High wood Cemetery NEIDHARDT Geraldine M. (Gerry) Paris Neidhardt, beloved wife of Paul L., accidentally on Monday, November 18, 1991; mother of Brian P. and Michael L. Neidhardt; sister of Patricia O'Brien of Ml, Christine Paris of Mt Lebanon ond Jacqueline Cook of Harrisburg. The family will receive visitors WEDNESDAY ONLY 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at O'BRIEN'S, 3724 California at Cooper Aves., N.S. Funeral mass In St Cyril of Alexandria Church, Thursday 10 a.m. RACHUBA Mildred C. on Sun., Nov. 17, 1991, wife of the late John J. Rachuba, Sr., beloved mother of John J, Rachuba, Sr. and Edwin J. Rachuba, Sr.; dear sister of Dorothy Nieder, Adeline Regal and the late William (Buzz) Ma-honey; also survived by five grandchildren; three greatgrandchildren. Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4201 Brownsville Rd., Brentwood, Mon. 7-9 & Tues. 2-4 & 7-9. Funeral Prayer on Wed. at 9AM. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Gabriel of the Sorrowful Virgin Church ot 10AM. If desired, family suggests contributions to the Awareness Fund ot St. Gabriel Church. REISER At Akron, OH, on Sunday Nov 17, 1991 Morris; beloved husband of Shirley Reiser. Fother of Eloine & Michael Neuman, of Akron, OH; Joyce R. Kornblatt, of Washington, D.C.; brother of the lote Harry Reiser; grandfather of Sara Kornblatt; Prin & David Neuman, Services at the BURTON L. HIRSCH CHAPEL, 2704 Murray Ave., Sq, Hill (Opp Mor-ruw'ield Apts.) on V' jnesrJrjv at It AM. Inter-rwnt New Light Cemetery. Violation 1 hr prior to ser- 001 Death Notices vices. Family suggests contributions to the UNICEF. RENT Lawrence E. of Bethel Pork, on Sun. Nov. 17, 1991; husband of Margaret (Peg) J. Cochran; step father of Patricia of San Jose, Ca. and Thomas of Salt Spdnq Is. British Columbia; brother of Joseph of Peters Twp. Ed-wara of Endicott, NY and Ella Fisher of Costle Shannon; also 1 grandchild. Visitation 7-9 pm. Mon. 8r 2-4 & 7-9 pm. Tues. at PAUL L. HENNEY, INC.. Funeral Home, 5570 Library Rd., Rte. 88, Bethel Park. Funeral Service Weds, in Peters Creek, U.P. Church, 11 am. Contributions may be made to the Church Memorial Fund. Mr. Rent was formerly a residential builder in the South Hills. SAXMAN On Mon. Nov. 18th, 1991, Margaret G. (Conahon) of Turtle Creek; beloved wife of the late Paul D.; mother of snmey j. . rouse, Kev. William P., Robert w Michael P. Saxman and the late Margaret E. Charlesworth; 14 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren; sister of Mary C. Senlc ond the lote John Conohan. Friends will be received 2-4 and 7-9 Tues. and Wed. nt th JOHN L. QUINLAN FUNER AL home, inc., ntn & Airbrake Aves., Turtle Creek. Mass of Christian Burial In St. Colman Church on Thurs. 10 a.m. Donations may be made to the St. Oilman's School In Turtle Creek. SMART Anna M. Fohenstock of N. Huntingdon, on Mon. Nov. 18. 1V91; wife of the lote Abraham L.; mother of Anna May Caldwell, Abraham L., Mary E. Kennedy, Clayton, Thomas, Mildred Drlsscoll, Edna M. Watrous & the late Emma Scrlma, Edward: 3r grand, 53 great grand 8, 5 great-greaf-grandchlldren; sister of the late Mary McPhredrlge. Visitation 2-4 & 7-9 Tues; 11 1pm Wed, WILLIAM SNYDER FUNERAL HOME, Irwin, Services Wed 1pm lit Presby Church TEETS James E., age 59; beloved husband of Aurlllia Dora); dear father of James. John, ueooran, Kicnara, Cheryl Shirley, Janice, Jeanette, Donald, ond the latu Don. aid; 9 grandchildren; dear son of Josephine; dear brother of Jack, Patricia Davenport, Barbara Parks, Ma7 Ellen Hulbert ond Gloria Hess. Visitation Tues. 3-9 pm. Service Wed. 10 nm, at Ihe CHARLES R. STEP FUNERAL HUME, 18475 Beech Dalv (between A-7 mile), Pedtord, Michigan. TOBOZ Joseph of Brentwood on Mon., Nov. 18, Ivvi, hus- 001 Death Notices band of Barbara Boyle To-boj; step-fother of Ronald F. Boyle; step-grandfather of Louis, Ronald and Susan Boyle; brother of Steohen, William and the lote Beno-mln and Robert Toboz and Lydla Revesz. Friends received CIESLAK I TATKO FUNERAL HOME INC., 2935 Brownsville Rd., Brentwood, Tues. 8. Wed 2-4 & 7-9PM. Funeral Service Thurs. In The First Hungarian Reformed Lutheran Church, Munholl at 9:30AM. URBAN Anna Paris Nov. 16, 1991 of Swissvale, Beloved wife of Michael F.; Dear mother of Mnirnnri B. MAfkn. u -i ! Marty of Little Rock Ark.; I Grandmother of Frances Ann & Michael F.; Aunt of Eve- f.. r triune inci.es o nepn- ews. Preceded In death by mvc oroiners & one sister. Friends received at the ED-WARO T. PERRONE MORTU- ABV T.CC -h u c. Swlssvole 2-4 & 7-9 Monday & Tuesday. Mass of Christian Burial In St. Anselm's Church Wednesday ot loom. WEINSTEIN On Mon., Nov. 18, 1991, Tillie; beloved sister of Isadore J. Weinstein ot Pgh., Mary Klrkell of Blalrsvllle ond the lote William Weinstein; also survived by nieces and nephews. Friends may meet at RALPH SCHUOAR CHAPEL, INC., 5509 Centre Ave., Shadyside, on Wed. ot 12 noon and then proceed to Belh Shalom Cemetery for a 1 p.m. Graveside Service. Contributions may be mode to the American Heort Assoc WHITESIDE Regis B., of Castle Shannon, on Sun., Nov. 17, 1991; beloved husband of Beatrice; father of Regis J. of Win-tersvllle, OH, Virginia Rech of Castle Shannon, James S. of Baldwin Boro 8, Beatrice B. of Costle Shannon; brother nf Cm.,!, Dt. Catherine Rusnic, Jane Gur- -utv ruui, Virginia (Collet s Joseph Whiteside; also five grandchildren. Friends moy illl! fRANK F. DeBOfj FUNERAL HOME, INC. 1 OAS Tues. 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial Weds, loom In St. Anne Church, Costle Shannon. ZENK On Mon. November 18. 1991 Ownn R, (ike) of Swissvale; beloved brother of Herman A. Zenk, Edith Zenk Winter, Allrp zenk Swergel, and Donald R. Zenk; also survived hy nieces and nephews, f-rlends received 2 4 ond 7-9 Tues. ond Wi'H, In THOMAS L. NIED FUNERAL HOME, INC., 441 Washington St., Swissvale. Muss 01 ChrlsMnn rk.riol In jl An-selm Church Thurs. 10 a.m. IJ r

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