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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1988 3B futile plea for vote on Contras bill, 219-211. He was one of a dozen possible swing votes in House who were called to the White House a week ago to meet with the president. Others at the meeting included Howard H. Baker the White House chief of staff, and Colin L.

Powell, national security adviser. Then, on the day of the vote, Houghton was asked to see Secretary of State George Shultz at 11 a.m. at the Capitol. At 2 p.m., Vice President Geroge Bush telephoned. In between those meetings, Houghton heard from Rep.

Jack F. Kemp, R-Hamburg, and other Contra supporters. Before he cast his negative vote, Houghton told the House he wanted to do his "part in preventing the U.S. from being party to anything which might damage the chance for a political solution to a horrible war." Houghton, who came to Washof ington in January 1987 as a member of the 100th Congress, voted last year to continue Contra a aid. New bridge over Niagara urged The Associated Press BUFFALO Two bridge engineers say another bridge is needed over the Niagara River on the U.S.-Canadian border to reduce congestion.

Arvid Grant of Olympia, and Stewart C. Watson of Fort Erie, Ontario, toured the Peace Bridge, linking Buffalo and Fort Erie, Ontario, on Thursday. Long lines of trucks, as usual, were waiting to pass through customs. Grant, who received an award from President Reagan in 1985 for Death Notices Within Monroe County INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. CHRONICLE, ROCHESTER, N.Y..

Reagan made Houghton's The Associated Press WASHINGTON President Reagan called Amory Houghton the freshman Republican congressman from Corning, Wednesday night to persuade him to vote for the Contra aid package. But Reagan's efforts failed. Less than an hour before the roll was called, the president had Houghton on the line for nearly 20 minutes. A Houghton aide said later that Reagan "really worked him over." The president's call culminated a Houghton weeklong cam- Houghton paign by the administration and others to get Houghton to change his mind about the Contras. Houghton, a former chairman Corning Glass Works, joined the House majority 1 that defeated the Carr, Viola On February 4.

1988 at age 71. She is survived by her daughters, Ernestine Welch Betty Bishop; her son, Richard Carr; her sister, Blanche Daniels; her brother, George Sampson; several grandchildren, nieces nephews, including Ethel Brone. SUNDAY, 7-9 friends are invited to call at Miller Funeral Homes 1625 Mt. Hope Ave. where MONDAY at 11 am a funeral service will be held.

Interment, White Haven Memorial Park. Cashman, Dorothy A. Altamonte Springs, FL, aged 58, suddenly, Feb. 2, 1988, formerly employed at RIT, Rochester, NY. She is survived by her husband, George; 2 daughters, Mrs.

Michael (Michelle) Frazer of FL and Anita of FL; son, Ronald of Rochester; 2 grandsons of FL. A Memorial Service was held in Altamonte Springs, FL on Feb. 4, 1988. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Heart 797 Elmwood Rochester 14620. For further information call 475-2500.

Cooper, Irma Feb. 4, 1988. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Janet and Rev. Russell F. Pater of Penfield; her son and daughter-in-law, James and Marion Cooper of Satellite Beach, FL; 5 grandchildren, Glenn and Michael Cooper, Rev.

Pamela Ennis, Carol Ross and Dr. David Pater: 2 great Friends are invited to a Memorial Service at the Brighton Church, 805 Blossom Rd. on 2:30 p.m. In lieu Reformed, of flowers memorial gifts in her memory may be made to the Organ Fund of the Brighton Reformed Church. Culverhouse, Margaret (Fraser) HILTON: February 5, 1988, Margaret F.

Culverhouse. She is survived by her sons and their wives, Alan and Berna, Edward and Anita Culverhouse; her sisters, Barbara F. Harvey and Dorothy F. Crumb; 4 grandchildren; 6 great -grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Mrs.

Culverhouse was an 80 year member of the Hilton Baptist Church where she taught Sunday School for 50 years. No prior calling. Friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service Sunday, February 7 at 2 o'clock at the Hilton Baptist Church after which the family will receive friends in the Lloyd Room. Spring interment, Parma Union Cemetery. Friends wishing may make contributions to the Hilton Baptist Church Memorial Fund or Park Ridge Foundation in Mrs.

Culverhouse's memory. Arrangements: Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home, Hilton. D'Angelo, Salvatore Survived by his wife, Francesca; sons, Joseph (Angela Mary), Cosmo (Linda); 2 daughters, Maria (Ernesto) Tata, Rosaria (Filippo) Sorce; 9 grandchildren; 1 sister, Rose (Antonio) Tortorici of Toronto; nieces, nephews. Calling Saturday Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 at the Falvo Funeral Home 1395 N.

Goodman St. service Monday 9:00 from the funeral home 9:30 at St. Theodore's Church. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the American Cancer Soc. Interment Holy Sepulchre.

Feasel, May On February 5, 1988. She is survived by a niece, Eileen Orr of Canada; cousins many friends. SUNDAY, from noon until 2 pm at which time a service will be held friends may call at Miller Funeral Homes, 1625 Mt. Hope Ave. Private interment in Maplewood Cemetery.

Fintak, Casimer F. (Whitey) Feb. 5, 1988. Casimer F. Fintak of Chili.

is survived by his wife, Josephine (Ziobrowski) Fintak; son daughter-in-law, Kenneth Cheryl Fintak; daughter sonin-law, Joanne Donald Malchoff: 2 grandchildren, Ian Fintak Sarah Malchoff; 3 sisters, Mrs. Martin (Harriett) Graczyk, Mrs. Anne Cowan, Mrs. Catherine Elliott; brother, Frank M. Fintak; a sister-in-law, Nancy Fintak; also nieces nephews.

Mr. Fintak was a retiree of General Railway Signal a World War Marine Corps veteran, a member of V.F.W. PatchenBriggs Post 307, D.A.V. Monroe Powers 15, Chili Fire Dept. Exempt Club, PolishAmerican Club.

Friends may call Sunday 2-4, 7-9 at the funeral home of Alvah Halloran Son 2125 Chili Ave. Mass of Christian Burial Monday at 1:00 p.m. in St. Pius Tenth Church. In lieu of flowers friends wishing may contribute to the Chili Fire Dept.

Ambulance Fund. Matczak, Alexander A. (AI) 4, 1988. He is survived by his wife, Bernice; his son, Richard and his friend Dotti S. Lewis; his daughter and son-in-law, Barbara and J.

Michael Magde brother and sister-in-law, Leonard and Evelyn Matsic of FL; his sisters, Anna Hursyz and Sophie Stacy: his sister and brother-in-law, Mrs. Dominic (Louise) Pellegrino; several nieces, nephews cousins. He was a retiree of the Ritter Corp. Friends may call Sat. and Sun.

2-4, 7-9 at the Richard L. Felerski Funeral Home, 1005 Hudson Ave. where Prayers will be offered Mon. morning at 9 o'clock followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 9:30 at St. Casimir Polish National Catholic Church (Simpson Interment, White Haven Memorial Park.

McQueen, Dorothy R. HILTON: February 4, 1988. Dorothy R. McQueen, 91. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Marilyn and William Walker; her grandsons, Raymond (Donna), Alan, John and James Walker; her greatgrandchildren, Angelena, Christopher, Billy and Amber; her brother, Raymond (Gladys) Reed; several nieces nephews.

Friends are invited to call (NOTE TIME) Sat. 3-5, 7-9 at the Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home 735 East Hilton where Services (NOTE TIME CHANGE) will be held Sun. at 3. Friends wishing may make contributions to Greece Vol.

Ambulance in Mrs. McQueen's memory. Meli, Gerald R. Jan. 4, 1988, of Chili.

Survived by his wife, Carlotta (Roberts); sons daughterin-law, Scott Margaret, Mark Meli; granddaughter, Jennifer; his mother, Mrs. Mary Meli: sisters, Mrs. Salvatore (Carmella) Yacono, Mrs. Wilbur (Ann) Robbins Yan, Mrs. Rose Nuciola, Silas (Florence) Wade, TX; brother, Anthony J.

of TX; nieces, nephews, cousins. Friends may call at the Leo M. Bean Funeral Home 2771 Chili Ave. Sat.7-9, Sun. 2-4, 7-9.

Funeral Mass of Christian Burial Monday morning 11:00 at St. Pius Church. Interment St. Agnes Cemetery, Avon. Contributions to Chili Ambulance or Camp Good Days Special Times.

Messimer, Elizabeth (Betty) Feb. 4, 1988. Mrs. Messimer is survived by her husband, Wayne T. Messimer; her son daughter-in-law, Craig and Roberta Messimer: 2 brothers and sistersin-law, William and Lorraine Sajone, Charles and June Sajone of FL; several nieces, nephews cousins.

Friends may call Sun. ONLY 2-4, 7-9 p.m. at the Paul W. Harris Funeral Home, 570 Kings Hgwy. S.

(corner Titus). Friends are invited to go directly to St. Margaret Mary Church, Monday at 9:30 a.m. for her Mass of Christian Burial. Private interment, White Haven Memorial Park.

The courtesy of no flowers. Those wishing may direct Memorials to the American Cancer Society or Camp Good Days and Special Times. Nagy, Sandor HAMLIN: February 4, 1988. Sandor Nagy, 85 of Hungary, while visting his Son, Paul and family. He is survived by his sons, Leslie CA, George of NJ, Paul of Hamlin, Tibor of Hungary; his daughter, Susan Ladasovics Hungary; his brother, Charles of Australia; 11 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren.

No prior calling. Friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial Feb. 8 at 11o' clock at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, Railroad Hamlin. Interment, Szekesfehervan, Hungary.

Friends wishing may make contributions to the Park Ridge Foundation in Mr. Nagy's memory. ArranCements, Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home, Hilton. Norton, Glenwood G.

February 4, 1988 at age 85 years. He is survived by his wife, Margaret (Bovill); his daughter, Jean MacDowell of Syracuse; son and daughter-in-law, Glenwood S. and Virginia Norton of Rochester; 5 grandchildren; 7 great-grandchildren; 3 brothers, Remington of Geneseo, Homer of Rushford, Alan of VA; nieces and nephews. Friends may call Saturday 2-4, 7-9 p.m. at the Rector-Hicks Funeral Home in Geneseo where funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m.

Interment, Temple Hill Cemetery, Geneseo. Memorials may be made to the Geneseo Masonic Lodge or the Heart Fund. Romano, Josephine M. Thursday, February 4, 1988. Survived by her daughter son-in-law, Lillian Peter Tubiolo; brother, Michael Latragna; sister, Lillian Mirabella of CA; brothers-in-law sisters-in-law, Joseph Josephine Romano, James Romano, Jennie Connie Romano, Josephine Lucy Latragna, Clarissa Manning; 3 grandchildren, Peter Tubiolo, Mrs.

Richard (Elaine) LiVecchi, Laurie Tubiolo; great-granddaughter, Chrystal Ann LiVecchi; nieces nephews. Friends may call Saturday 7-9, Sunday 2-4, 7-9 at the John M. Hedges Funeral Home, corner of Culver Rd. Empire Blvd. Mass of Christian Burial Monday at 10:00 in St.

Ambrose Church. Entombment, White Haven Memorial Park. Friends wishing may have masses offered. Sawdey, George W. HAMLIN: Suddenly, February 4, 1988.

He is survived by his wife, Frances Sawdey; his sons their wives, Phillip and Teri, David and Janet, Michael and Laurel Sawdey; 7 grandchildren. Mr. Sawdey was a retiree of Eastman Kodak Co. The family will receive friends from 2-3 on Saturday, February 6th at the Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home, 735 East Hilton.

Services will Friends wishing may make contributions, to Boy Scouts of America, Dewey 14613 or the Salvation Army in Mr Sawdey's memory. Skelly, Catherine S. Feb. 5, 1988. Catherine S.

Skelly, widow of Leo L. Skelly. Age 90 years. She is survived by 7 sons, J. Francis, Leo Edwin Raymond Lester Earl Paul J.

Skelly; her daughters, Mary Tremer, Margaret Herbst, Helen Carr, Betty Skelly, Suzanne Maher; 55 grandchildren; 54 great-grandchildren; nieces nephews. Friends may call Sunday 2-4, 7-9 at the funeral home of Alvah Halloran Son 2125 Chili Ave. Christian Burial Monday at 10:00 Monica's Church. Mass, of, Interment Holy Ghost Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the charity of your choice.

Sloane, Erwin J. On February 4, 1988. Mr. Sloane is survived by his wife, Pauline; 3 brothers, Franklin of Hamlin, Marvin and Robert Sloane of Bristol; several nieces nephews. Friends are invited attend a Memorial Service on Feb.

14 at 3pm at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Plank Webster. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park at the convenience of the family. Expressions of sympathy may be directed to the National Kidney Foundation, 1501 East Rochester 14610. Arranged for by Ashton-Smith Funeral Home. Thomas, Walter I.

(Tomkowiak) Feb. 3, 1988, age 79. Left to mourn his passing are; daughter and son-in-law, Roger and Joyce Nauheimer; son and daughter-in-law, Richard and Sheri Hand Thomas of Flemington, NJ; grandchildren, Kellie, Lindsey and Brian Thomas; stepgrandchildren, Sandra Stoffel, Laura Nauheimer and Cabic; step-great-grandbrother sister-in-law, Raymond and children, Jeremy, and Joshua Stoffel; Josephine Thomas; brother-in-law, Leo Kosmicki; sisters-in-law, Mrs. Frank (Estelle) Tomkowiak, Mrs. Theodore (Cynthia) Thomas; cousin, Martha Skromak; many nieces nephews.

He was a retiree of Genesee Brewing member of Geneseeniors and St. Stanislaus Golden Age Club. Friends may call Sat. and Sun. 2-4, 7-9 at the Paul W.

Harris Funeral Home, 570 Kings Hwy. S. (corner of Titus). Friends are invited to go directly to St. Thomas Apostle Church, Mon.

9:30 for his Mass of Christian Burial. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Area Deaths Outside Monroe County YORK Cuomo seeks extra $258 million ALBANY Gov. Mario Cuomo, attempting to close the books on the current state fiscal year that ends March 31, asked the state Legislature yesterday for an extra $258.5 million to cover unanticipated state spending. The deficiency budget request, which would put the overall budget over the governor's own proposed limits, includes $137.6 million for state government operations, $119.6 million for local aid and $1.3 million for extra debt service costs.

Koch ignores shouts of Nassau comptroller NEW YORK Mayor Edward Koch walked right by Nassau County Comptroller Peter King on the City Hall steps yesterday, ignoring King's shouts to withdraw the mayor's proposal to double the commuter tax. King went to City Hall armed with petitions bearing 3,000 signatures of commuters protesting the planned tax hike, which would help Koch close a $758 million gap in his proposed 1989 budget. The tax now costs each commuter an average of $120 annually. A mayoral aide later accepted the petitions. NYC ex-mayor Lindsay out of intensive care NEW YORK Former Mayor John V.

Lindsay, who underwent surgery to repair a leaky heart valve last week, was out of the intensive care unit and "doing fine," a spokeswoman for ColumbiaPresbyterian Medical Center said yesterday. Lindsay, 67, was listed in condition. Compiled from reports by The Associated Press OBITUARIES Mass today for Brendan Houlihan, Gaelic scholar A memorial Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. today in the Chapel of Kearney Hall at St. John Fisher College for Brendan Houlihan, 68, a retired teacher and Gaelic scholar.

Mr. Houlihan died of a heart attack Dec. 5 at his home in Dublin, Ireland. He was born in County Kerry and graduated from University College of Dublin. After graduating he became an elementary school teacher in Wexford.

In 1957 he came to Rochester and taught at McQuaid Jesuit High School for one year. Mr. Houlihan returned to Dublin, where he taught secondary school and lectured in history and the Gaelic language at Maynooth College. He retired in 1985. Mr.

Houlihan was a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. He is survived by his wife, Josephine, of Dublin; four sons, Peter and Brendan both of Rochester, and Francis and Tony of the Republic of Ireland; three daughters, Claire Linskey of Rochester and Anne and Marian in Ireland; and eight grandchildren. Ben Loudon John M. Bradley, 77, former official at Avon school GENESEO John M. Bradley, 77, a retired vice principal of Avon Junior-Senior High School, died Thursday at Strong Memorial Hospital after a short illness.

He was 77. A native and lifelong resident of Geneseo, he received the first master's degree ever awarded at the State University College at Geneseo. Born on Christmas Day in 1910, he attended Geneseo public schools, was granted a bachelor's degree from the former Albany State Teachers College in 1937, and then did graduate work at SUNY Geneseo. He taught at public schools in Ithaca and Pittsford before joining Avon Central, where he stayed for 20 years, retiring in 1966. During World War II he was supervisor of training at Curtiss Wright Buffalo.

He was a lifelong member of St. Mary's Church and was an usher there for many years. He. is survived by his wife, Anne; two sons, John E. of Port Charlotte, and Larry M.

of Geneseo; a daughter, Joanne K. McEntee of Hornell and six grandchildren. Bob Bickel Leukemia Society ski will be held tomorrow The Finger Lakes Chapter of the Leukemia Society of America will hold its "Ski Valley-Ski for Leukemia" fund-raiser tomorrow at Ski Valley in Naples. The cost of a lift ticket, good from 6-10 p.m. will be $10 and all proceeds will benefit the Leukemia Society.

Tickets may be purchased at Snow Country stores, 3300 Monroe Ave. or 2256 Hudson Ave. For more information call the Leukemia Society at 263-2440. Smith, Clinton S. CLIFTON SPRINGS: 85 on February 5, 1988 at after long illness.

Survived by his wife, Bertha; 3 daughters, Mrs. Augustine (Beverly) Marvin of Macedon, Mrs. Cedric (Pinky) Tiebout of Newark, Mrs. Bruce (Sharon) Croucher of Clifton Springs; 1 brother, Ralph of Manchester; 1 sister, Harlan (Lucille) Harvey of Albion, NY: 5. grandchildren; several nieces, nephews cousins.

Friends may call at the Patrick Funeral Home, Clifton Springs, Sunday 2-4, 7-9 where a prayer service will be said Sunday at 7 pm. Funeral services will be held Monday 9:30 from the funeral home, followed a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 am at St. Felix Church. Interment, Riverview Cemetery. Friends may contribute to their favorite charity in his memory.

Norton, Glenwood G. Bushart, Clara S. MARION: Friday, February 5, 1988 in Newark-Wayne Community Hospital. Clara S. Bushart of 5317 Joy Marion, age 77 years.

Mrs. Bushart was a member of the East Williamson Reformed Church and a 50 year member of the Williamson Grange. She is survived by her husband, Abram Bushart; 2 sons, and Clarence and Bushart Dale daughter Bushart of Ontario; 1 daughter and son-inlaw, Sandra and Lew Dain of Oxford, NY; 8 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; sister and 2 brothers-in-law, Johanna and Raymond Bixby of Williamson, Elmer Cole of Williamson; several nieces and nephews. are invited to call Sunday 2-4, 7-9 at the Young Funeral Home, 4025 W. Main Williamson.

Services Monday evening from the East Williamson Reformed Church at 7 p.m. Interment, Marion Cemetery. Friends wishing may make contributions in Mrs. Bushart's memory to the American Heart Association. Memoriams Liebrecht, Adeline Mom, Happy Birthday.

Although you are gone we haven't forgotten. We all miss you and love you very much. Our prayers will be with you. Elsa, Lorri, John and Michael Morris, Gerald J. In memory of a loving husband and father who passed away 2 years ago, Feb.

7, 1986. It is sad to walk the road alone instead of side by side, but to all there comes a moment when the ways of life divide. Your quiet smile and gentle caring, it was so much a part of you I miss so much. Everyday brings other memories too and every memory brings a tear. You will live forever in the love, values, traditions which were your eternal gift to us.

You are gone but not forgotten. May God Bless and keep you always in His loving care. Missed very much by wife, children grandchilren. A special section in Sunday's UPSTATE Camp Good Days and Special Times is something very special for children with cancer and their families. A pullout section in Sunday's Upstate magazine will tell of its programs and the new facility on Keuka Lake.

It's part of the good reading in the Sunday Democrat and Chronicle For home delivery, call 232-5550, or toll-free 1-800-462-0089. Available at newsstands and vending boxes throughout the area. On Religion, a weekly feature of the Democrat and Chronicle's Saturday Page. NOW THRU SUNDAY, Big in in in From collection stock upholstery, natural Bauhaus contemporary our of Chair FEBRUARY 14 or apricot. Special! $199 Kelly Sofa Sleeper reg.

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The only thing that's really necessary to do it is the political will." The Niagara is now spanned by four bridges. Grant said the region should begin planning now for another bridge because of increasing traffic across the bridges and increased shipping expected from a new free trade agreement between the United States and Canada. Gallo, Giuseppe (Joseph) Survived by his wife, Carmella (Meli); 3 sons, James (Jean), Fred (Mildred), Joseph Jr. (Rosalba); 1 daughter, Melina; 5 grand 4 a 1 brother, Alfonso of Italy; niece nephew, Vincent Linda Gallo, Calling Saturday Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 at the Falvo Funeral Home 1395 N. Goodman St.

Funeral service Monday 8:30 from the funeral home 9:00 at Corpus Christi Church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Gerst, L. Arden Feb. 4, 1988.

He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Bessie Gerst of Williamsburg, VA; 2 brothers and sisters-in-law, Wilbur L. and Doris Gerst, Lawrence S. and Joan Gerst of Rochester; 1 sister and brother-in-law, Jean and Alan Stewart of Morrisville, PA; an aunt, nieces, nephews and other relatives. Memorial Service Sat.

2 p.m. at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, 141 Adams Dr. Leardrew L. Johnson officiating.

No prior calling. Interment in Williamsburg, VA. Arrangements by M. E. Latimer Son.

The family requests, in lieu of flowers, donations to the Strong Memorial Hospital Cancer Center. Grabb, Berdeen E. February 4, 1988 of St. John's Home. She is survived by her niece, Mrs.

Janet H. Moffett; nephew, Elliott Horton of MA; cousin, Mrs. Dorothy Nunes. Funeral Services will be held at the convenience of the family. Arrangements by Anthony Funeral Chapel, Inc.

Helfer, Emmett M. (Rocky) Feb. 4, 1988, age 65. Mr. Helfer is survived by his wife, Anna; daughter and son-in-law, Patricia and Frank Moore; daughter-in-law, James and Virginia.

Helfer; grandchildren, Sheila and sister. Mrs. Arthur (Carol) Manzek; several nieces and nephews. He was a veteran of WWII; member of VFW and Local Glazier's Union. Friends may call Sat.

and Sun. 2-4, 7-9 p.m. at Younglove-Smith Funeral Home, 1511 Dewey Ave. (1 block N. of Ridgeway).

Service Mon. 9:30 a.m. at the funeral home. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Hopp, Mary M.

(Zambito) Feb. 4, 1988. She is survived by her husband, Rodell; daughter, Yvonne Storti of Webster, Cindy Adamowsky of Syracuse; son, Rick Hopp; sisters, Ann Barbato, Evelyn Thompson; brothers, Gally Zambito, Mike Zambito of FL, Sam Zambito of CA; 5 grandchildren. Friends may call Sat. and Sun.

2-4, 7-9 p.m. at the Anthony Funeral Chapel, 2305 Monroe Ave. Funeral services will be held 10:30 a.m. Mon. at the Waring Baptist Church, 1921 Norton St.

Interment, White Haven. In lieu of flowers, Memorials may be directed, in her name, to the Waring Baptist Church, 1921 Norton Rochester 14609. Kleeh, Celia A. Thursday, February 4, 1988. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Joseph and Irene Kleeh; her daughter, Geraldine K.

Krishan; a sister, Anna Popp; 5 grandchildren, Allan, William and Joan Kleeh, Ronald Krishan and Valerie Statt; 8 great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. Friends may call Sunday 2-4, 7-9 at the Vay-Schleich Meeson Funeral Home, 2692 Dewey Ave. Friends are invited to go directly to Holy Cross Church on Monday at 9 o'clock for her Mass of Christian Burial. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, Masses may be offered or contributions to the American Cancer Society may be made in her memory.

Kuhn, Andrew F. Feb. 5, 1988. Survived by his wife, Helen E. Kuhn; his son and daughter-in-law, John A.

and Barbara Kuhn; his daughter and son-in-law, Mary and Helmut Getto; his sisters, Mrs. Robert (Esther) Schultz, Mrs. Audrey Church; 4 grandchildren, Michelle Bradley, Jennifer and Andrew; several nieces nephews. He was a retiree of the Rochester Gas Electric Co. and a Veteran of WWII.

Friends may call, Sun. 2-4, 7-9 at the Vay-Schleich Meeson Funeral Home, 2692 Dewey where Services will be held Mon. at 11:00. Interment, Riverside Cemetery. All Types of Service Available HEDGES MEMORIAL CHAPEL INC.

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