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3 P0TTSV1LLE (PA.) REPUBLICAN TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1 5, 1 994 Hospital Log Ernest L. Lenig Ernest L. Lenig, 72, of 65 Queen SL, Northumberland, formerly of Hometown and Trexlertown, "died Wednesday night at the emergency room of Sunbury Community Hospital Born in Jackson Township, Northumberland County, April 18, Nesquehoning: Martin Maurer. Orwigsburg: Rosie Tokonitz, Cynthia Donati, Daniel Guers. Pine Grove: Kenneth Snyder, Maryanne Rehrer, Constance Cunningham, Raymond Umberger.

Port Carbon: Eric CorrelL Joan Crochunis. Saint Clair: Michael Boyer, Andrew Horoschak, Cindy Hess. Schuylkill Haven: Kaila Laurence, Janet Wilkinson, Dominic Cartieri, Doris Bolton. Shamokin: MarlinOrner. Shenandoah: Angeline Anusca-vage, Veronica Shafransky.

Williamstown: Roberta Samuels. Ashland Admissions: Michael Derr, Ashland. Phyllis Marquardt, Girardville. Joseph Lewis Mahanoy City. Doris Klinger, Mount CarmeL Michael Trocki, Mount CarmeL Theresa Anderson, Shenandoah.

Andrew Kutney, Shenandoah. Anita Makarczyk, Shenandoah. George Sniscak, Shenandoah. Discharges: Diane Berkheiser, Albert Flail, Burd Kaufman, Henry Miller, Joanna Liddicoat Miners Memorial Admissions: Robert Kraps, Coaldale. Jennie Welsh, Coaldale.

Rosemary Ward, Tamaqua. Discharges: Daniel J. Metzger. Good Samaritan Admissions: Deborah Ash, Pine Grove. Kathleen Bittle, Schuylkill Haven.

Sarah Brown, Ravine. Bradley Fidler, Pottsville. Martin Flannery, Pottsville. Walter GerveL Shenandoah. Joshua Helt, Valley View.

Brook Knepper, Tamaqua. Cyril Roth, Pottsville. Brandon Yeagley, Tower City. Discharges: Joseph Hillbush, Joseph Jacobs, Arlene Rhody, Dolores Trabosh. Emergency room: Pottsville: Martin Flannery, Kyle Kocher, Cyril Roth.

Mahanoy City: Charles Feirstein. Middleport: Dean Verdier. Minersville: Mandy Fowler, M. Ian MahaL New Philadelphia: Thomas Nocket Orwigsburg: Kristen Edmonds. Schuylkill Haven: Charles Bressler, Chrissy Bressler, Barbara Whitley, Katlyn Dallatore.

Shenandoah: Walter GerveL Tamaqua: Brook Knepper. Pottsville Admissions: Rose Geist, Pottsville. Tara Griffiths, Tremont. Victoria Jones, Pottsville. Sadie Schneider, Pottsville.

Barbara Wagner, Auburn. Shirley Wildermuth, Schuylkill Haven. Discharges: Dorothy Smith, Francis Sullivan. Emergency room: Pottsville: Jeanette Williamson, Robert Ditzler, Charles Bensinger, Jerome Kostek, Mildred Mullins, Mary Rady, Ronald McGowen, Edwin Starr, Tina Shirey, Edwin Fasnacht, William Parry, Roseann Russell, Elsie Shive, Denise Lunch, Linda Maldonado, Shirley Wagner, Rose Updegrave, Virginia Comfort, Dolores TerrilL Jacob Beach. Ashland: Suzanne Rittle.

Auburn: Minnie Kramer. Coaldale: Trisha Terry. Frackville: Charle Gibson, Dolores Lucas, Brian Pyle, Carta Orris Amelia Coulson Amelia Coulson, 90, of 639 W. Spruce St, Mahanoy City, died Monday morning at Ashland Regional Medical Center, Fountain Springs. Born in Mahanoy City March 7, 1903, she was a daughter of the late Joseph and Eva Jankitas Kuzos.

She attended Mahanoy City schools. She was a member of St Paul's United Church of Christ Mahanov City. Preceding her in death were her husband, Arthur Srjn 1946, a son, Arthur Jr, in 1947, two brothers, John and Joseph, and a sister, Eva. Surviving are a son, Albert, at home; nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held at 11 a.m.

Thursday from the Ritz Funeral Home, Mahanoy City. The Rev. Dale R. Groff will officiate. Interment will be in the German Reformed Cemetery, Mahanoy Township.

Kalay rites Services for Anna Kalay, formerly of Minersville, ho died Saturday at Weatherwood Nursing Home, Weatherly, will be held Thursday at the convenience of the family from Mahal-Ritzel Funeral Home, Minersville. Office of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.ra in Ss. Peter and Paul Byzantine Catholic Church by the Rev. Donald Kranak. Interment will be in the parish cemetery.

Born in New York City, he was a daughter of the late John and Elizabeth Bares Wasko. She lived in Minersville most of her life. She was a member of Ss. Peter and Paul Byzantine Catholic Church. Her husband, Michael, died in 1959.

Surviving are a sister, Margaret Artgento, East Falmouth, several nieces and nephews. Lucy Gera Lucy Gera, Morea Road, Frack-ville, died Monday evening at her residence. Richard W. Fritz Funeral Home, Ashland, is in charge of arrangements. Sara W.

Coleman Births Pottsville Hospital To Harold and Barbara Schue-trumpf Wagner, Auburn, a daughter, Feb. 14. University of Cincinnati Hospital To David and Gail Hummel Boone, Cincinnati, Ohio, a son, Jan. 18. Harrisburg Hospital To Robert and Michelle Schwalm, RD2 Pine Grove, a son, Jan.

30. Hyman S. Caplan Pavilion, Lebanon To Heath and Gwen Newswang-er Sniffer, Pine Grove, a son, Feb. 7. Associated Press Mealtime madness Third- and fourth-graders from South Boston's St.

Brigid School pretend to get eaten Monday by an inflatable dinosaur at the World Trade Center in Boston. The balloon is bound for Tainan, Taiwan, as part of a traveling "World of Dinosaurs" show. 1921, he was a son of the late Herbert and Grace Erdman Lenig. He was an Army Signal Corps veteran of World War IL He worked in the special gas department of Air Products and Chemicals out of Emma us and Hometown for 28 years, retiring in 1987. Before that, lie worked for the former Sunbury Phoenix Mills.

Mr. Lenig was a member of St John's Lutheran Church, Northumberland. Surviving are his wife, the former Arlene M. whom he was married 51 years last June; two sons, David Allentown, and Daniel Breinigsville; a daughter, Diane R. Daubert, Allentown; two sisters, Esther Clark, Cerritos, and Edith Bordner, Harris-burg; 13 grandchildren; five greatgrandchildren.

Services were held Saturday from St John's Lutheran Church, Northumberland. The Rev. Arnold R. Bensen officiated. Interment was in Northumberland Memorial Park Cemetery, Stonington.

Robert G. Foust Funeral Home, Trevorton, was in charge of arrangements. Harold L. Hoy Harold L. Hoy, 80, of 197 Dock Schuylkill Haven, died Monday morning at- Orwigsburg Manor, where he had been a guest for the last five weeks.

Born in Port Carbon, he was a son of the late Samuel and Emily Hoy. He was last employed by the Reading Co. until his retirement He was a member of St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church, Schuylkill Haven. Preceding her in death was his wife, the former Helen Zettlemoy-er, in 1992.

Surviving are two daughters, Frances Keefer, Pine Grove, and Helen Hallick, Lakeland, a sister, Elizabeth Wilcosky, Port Carbon; seven grandchildren; 11 greatgrandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Friday from St Ambrose Roman Catholic Church, Schuylkill Haven. Interment will be in St Ambrose Cemetery, Schuylkill Haven. Geschwindt-Stabingas Funeral Home Schuylkill Haven, is in charge of arrangements.

Junior Shade Junior Shade, 307 Goodspring Road, Hegins, died Monday night at Schuylkill Manor, Pottsville. Buffington-Reed Funeral Home, Valley View, is in charge of arrangements. Wyslutsky correction In the obituary of Nicholas Wyslutsky, which ran in Monday's edition of The REPUBLICAN, his father's name was incorrectly listed as the late Jochim Wyslutsky. His name was the late Joachim Wyslutsky. Sorrell Booke, 64, starred as 'Boss Hogg LOS ANGELES (AP) Sorrell Booke, who played the corpulent blustery Jefferson Davis "Boss" Hogg on TV's "The Dukes of Haz-zard," died Friday of cancer.

He was 64. Booke had roles on "Dr. Kildare" and "All in the Family," but it was "The Dukes of Hazzard" series from January 1979 to August 1985 that made Booke's character "Boss" Hogg a household name. For the Record Sara W. Coleman, 94, of 1500 Hamilton St, Allentown, died Saturday night at Lehigh Valley Hospital, Allentown, after being stricken at her residence.

Born in Reading, she was a daughter of the late David and Anna Singer. She was the retired proprietor of a dress shop in Pottsville. She was a member of Temple Beth EL. Allentown. Preceding her in death were two husbands, Samuel Wolfson, in 1976, and Noah Coleman.

Surviving are a stepson, Edward Coleman, Allentown; a stepdaughter, Marjorie Silverberg, South Whitehall Township, Lehigh County; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. County, to Barbara A Williard, Upper Mahantongo Township; two properties; $85,000. Wayne Township Investment Group Harrisburg, to Douglas P. and Marcella M. Howell, Schuylkill Haven; 5.6114-acre property on Route 183; $30,000.

Wayne Township William J. Wiessner, Coplay, to Mabel Heffner, Lower Macungie Township, Lehigh County; Lot 99 Lake Wynonah; $4,000. Wayne Township Suzanne B. Frey, Saint Clair, to Suzanne B. Frey and Charles F.

McGee Saint Clair; 7.82-acre property south of Stone Mountain Road; $1. West Brunswick Township Frank C. and April G. Moll, Schuylkill County, to Frank C. Moll, Schuylkill County; 94-acre farm; $1.

West Mahanoy Township Nicholas Borzok, aka Nicholas Borzak, and Margaret Borzok, aka Margaret Borzak, Frackville, to Ralph A. Borzok, Frackville; property on Green Street, Pottsville William W. Zeiler, Pottsville, to Darlene Z. Lango, Me-chanicsville; 523 W. Norwegian St; $1.

Pottsville Lynn Bierman, Pottsville, to The Redevelopment Authority of the City of Pottsville; 567 S. Centre St; $1. Rush Township Darryl G. and June H. Guy, Rush Township, to Ronald S.

Russell and Joanne Dan-ko, Lansford; 1.15-acre property on township route 477, Hosensack; $50,000. Schuylkill Haven Terrence E. and Eleanor M. McGovern, Broo-maU, to Linda L. McMullen, Schuylkill Haven; 34 Margaretta St; $35,500.

Shenandoah Scott T. Steffy, Tamaqua, to Todd L. Snyder, RD2 New Ringgold; 309 E. Lloyd $10,900. Tremont Lawrence W.

Tobin, Tremont, and Beverly M. Tobin, Hummelstown, to Lawrence W. Tobin; 1 Vaux $1. Upper Mahantongo Township Howard C. Williard, Lancaster G.

Schaeffer, Cressona, to Jeffrey J. Schaeffer, Cressona; 55 S. Third St; $1. Gilberton Douglas R. and Patricia A.

Ryan, Gilberton, to Douglas R. Ryan, Gilberton; property on Main Street; $1. Mahanoy City Grant and Nancy A. Walker, Williamsport, to Stephen and Frances M. Patas, Trenton, N.J.; 411 W.

Market St; $1,500. New Philadelphia Lester L. Under, New Philadelphia, to John J. and Mary E. Strauss, Cumbola; North Manheim Township Roger R.

and Irene E. Huntzinger, and Wayne C. and Kathleen M. Huntzinger, North Manheim Township, to Roger R. and Irene E.

Huntzinger, North Manheim Township; 1.37001-acre property with house on Memorial Drive; $1. North Union Township Phyllis Knelly and William Shafer, both of Nuremberg, to Phyllis Knelly and William Shafer, both of Nuremberg; property on Pine Street, Nuremberg; $1. Orwigsburg Robert W. and Luann M. Moyer, Orwigsburg, to Michael J.

Barnes and Jill E. Wei-densaul, both of Orwigsburg; 227 N. Warren St; $55,000. Pine Grove Roger W. and Frances L.

Weierbach, Pine Grove, to The First National Bank of Fredericksburg 45 Wideawake St. $1. Divorces Monday, Feb. 14 Borchick John P. Borchick, Kaska, from Elena Carter Borchick, Saint Clair.

Caplga Debra K. Weikel Ca-piga, Schuylkill County, from James Capiga, Schuylkill County. Long Denise A. Thompson Long, Summit Station, from William E. Long, RD5 Pottsville.

Reiser Letitia R. Schaffner Reiser, Muir, from Lee L. Reiser, Tower City. Deeds Monday, Feb. 14 Auburn William J.

and Lisa A. Bernreuther, Evans Mills, N.Y., to Robert P. and Ella M. Dubois, Auburn; 402 Pine St; $32,000. Barry Township Carolann Co-lasuonno, Mount Vernon, N.Y., as custodian for Jennifer Colasuonno, to Ondina Colasuonno, Mount Vernon, N.Y.; property on south side of legislative route 53056 in Mount Valley Lake $1.

Cass Township Sovereign Bank, F.S.B., Reading, to Federal Home Loan Mortgage McLean, property on Upper Jonestown Road; $1. Coaldale Marianne Quier, Allentown, to Robert P. Boretsky, Coaldale; property on north side of High Street; $1. Cressona Jeffrey J. and Joyce Services were held Monday from Temple Beth EL Allentown.

Rabbi Eugene Wernick and Rabbi William Greenburg officiated. Interment was in Beth El Memorial Park, Allentown. Bachman-Kulik Funeral Home, Allentown, was in charge of arrangements. Pietro Belluschi, 94, high-rise designer PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Pietro Belluschi, an internationally known architect who ushered in a new era of high-rise building design, died Monday.

He was 94. Belluschi was best known for his design of the Commonwealth Building in downtown Portland. Completed in 1948, it was the first curtain-glass and aluminum high-rise ever built liTHOIiMGHUReZ 9th and Ave, Pottsvi! Full Service Banking SIX DAYS A WEEK The 22nd and West Market Street Branch of Union Bank and Trust Company will be open SATURDAYS from 9:00 am until 1 :00 pm. FULL COURSE FRESH HADDOCK FISH BAKE Roman Catholic Church ICih Cz Mahr.iUor.o Streets invites the community to Including Our Famous Soup, Snlacl Bar and Dessert Cffsctivs 19, 1CC4 Thurcd-y Friday Gatur-Jay ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICES EVERY FRIDAY IN LENT STARTING FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25 A LOAN OFFICER will be available to answer your loan questions or assist you in processing a loan or mortgage application. Adults $6.75 Children $3.50 (Under 12) KPravcr Service and ribution'of Ashes' 7 A.M., Noon and P.M.

7 P.M. Mass Distribution of Ashes UNION BANK and TRUST COMPANY CjJBT 4 p.m.-7 p.m. All Welcome 22nd W. Market Street Pottsville 622-2632 fS Equal Opportunity Equ, Houlng lJ Under Member FDIC LJ Undw.

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