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C two rapid through, is still Authority has Oakland luncheon Jensen, stations engineers and Bcllcficld the selected Parsons, and will station and are of But needed the determined mostly need he has Craft will after garage has on to for Board day night voted teachers Solicitor that of April Dem. 67 62 59 145 125 29 315 76 878 . ..i V FRANKIE LYMON Streaked to jame in ’50s. Drugs Kill Rock ‘n’ Roll Singer Lymon NEW YORK (UPI)-Inthe (UPI)-Inthe (UPI)-Inthe mid-1950s, mid-1950s, mid-1950s, Frankie Lymon was one of the hottest teenage teenage rock ‘n’ roll singers in the country. He was a millionaire before the age of 13. The public that once bought more than a million records of his hit songs "Goody-Goody" "Goody-Goody" "Goody-Goody" and "Why Do Fools Fall in Love?" cooled on him when his nice dropped from soprano soprano to baritone. Lymon fell into such disfavor his recording recording company dropped his contract. contract. He was arrested on narcotics narcotics charges and in 1966 joined the Army. Lately, Lymon’s world had brightened. He began singing again and wrote a magazine article on "How I Kicked the Habit." Yesterday, Lymon, 26, was found dead in a friend’s Manhattan Manhattan apartment, apparently from an overdose of narcotics. Police said a hypodermic needle was found near the body. He is survived by his wife, Elmira, In Georgia. State To Receive Expressway Project Press State Wire GREENSBURG The proposed proposed "Laurel Valley Expressway" Expressway" project will be presented to State Highway officials on April 10 by the Mt. Pleasant Regional Planning Planning Commission. The commission Is proposing proposing construction of a four-lane four-lane four-lane highway from a point near Scottdale to Route 22 near Blairsville. Included in the plan is a new Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Turnpike Interchange at Mt. Pleasant. Deaths Elsewhere Doretta Morrow, 37, American American actress-singer actress-singer actress-singer and star of such productions as "Kismet" and "The King and I," in London. Mrs. Kathryn Morton Godfrey, Godfrey, 89, mother of entertainer entertainer Arthur Godfrey, in Highland Park, 111. Elmer Brown, 66, president of the International Typographical Typographical Union the past 10 years, in Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs. Nanette Connley Salisbury, Salisbury, formerly of Pittsburgh, in Sun City, Ariz. IMPORTANT NOTICE to Sears Customers who purchased HOMART GAS BASEBOARD HEATERS Obituaries Cecilia R. Lestetter Requiem mass for Miss Cecilia Cecilia R. Lostetter, a switchboard switchboard operator for the Miller Printing Machinery Co., will be sung at 10 a. m. Friday at St. Joseph’s Church, Mt. Oliver. Miss Lostetter of 512 Fisher St., Mt. Oliver, died Monday at her home. She was a member of St. Joseph’s and the Christian Mother’s Rosary Society. Surviving are her mother, Carrie Lostetter; three sisters, sisters, Martha, Helen and Agnes (Midge), and three brothers, Harry, Bernard and Louis. Friends are being received today and tomorrow at the Howard A. Farnsworth Funeral Funeral Home, 425 Brownsville ltd., Mt. Oliver. Burial will be in St. Joseph’s cemetery. Elizabeth C. Jenne WASHINGTON, Pa. – Mrs. Elizabeth Coby Jenne, who operated the Coby Service Bureau for some 42 years until her retire-ment retire-ment retire-ment in .1963, died yesterday yesterday in Washington Washington Hospital Hospital here. Mrs.. Jenne of the High Gate area of Mrs. Jenne Peters Twp. began her em ployment agency in 1921 and operated it until ium wnen she retired. She was a member of the National Employment Assn. and the Central Presbyterian Church in Peters Twp. Surviving are her husband, Charles L. Jenne. and a sister, Mrs. F. II. Carlton of Zephyr Hills, Fla. Friends are being received at the E. B. Laughlin Funeral Home, 3310 W. Liberty Ave., Mt. Lebanon, where services will be at 1 p. m. Friday. Burial will be in Allegheny Cemetery. Henry Genius Henry S. Genius, an electrical electrical engineer for Westinghouse Electric Corp. in East Pittsburgh Pittsburgh for 42 years before his retirement in 1958, died yesterday yesterday in West Penn Hospital. Mr. Genius, 71, of 140 La-Crosse La-Crosse La-Crosse St., Swissvale, was a member of several masonic groups in his native state of Louisiana. He was a graduate of the Auburn University School of Engineering, Auburn, Auburn, Ala. Surviving is his wife, Margaret Allderdice Genius. Friends are being received at the Cooke Funeral Home, 210 East End Ave., where services will be at 2 p. m. tomorrow. Burial will be in Homewood Cemetery. Charles B. Richardson Charles B. Richardson, a partner in the Richardson Brothers Co., painting contractors, contractors, died yesterday in Suburban General Hospital of a heart ailment. Mr. Richardson, 65, lived at 331 Forest Ave., Ben Avon. A long time resident of Emsworth, Mr. Richardson . was active in the Boy Scouts and served as a counselor for Troop 104 in the community. He was also a 25 year life member of the Emsworth Volunteer Fire Company and later joined the Ben Avon THE Fire Company. He was a member of the Ben Avon Methodist Church. Surviving are his wife, Alice Davis Richardson; two sons, Charles M. and William William D. Richardson; two brothers, Samuel E. and Paul J. Richardson and three sisters, Mrs. Elenore Sartain, Mrs. Jean Johnston and Mrs. Helen Peacock. Friends will be received at the Lester C. McDonald Funeral Funeral Home, 529 California Ave., wfiere services will be at 11 a. m. Saturday. Burial will be in Allegheny County Memorial Park. Benjamin Mallinger Services for Benjamin Mallinger Mallinger of Squirrell Hill, president president of the Samuel Mallinger Co., will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow tomorrow at the Ralph Schugar Chapel, 5509 Centre Ave., Shadyside. Mr. Mallinger, 61, who lived at 1255 Bellerock St., died yesterday at Montefiore Hospital. A graduate from the University University of Pittsburgh in 1928, he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi, social fraternity. He was a member of the Westmoreland Country Club, Zionist Organization, Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged and Rodef Shalom Temple Temple and its Men’s Club. Survivors are his wife, Edythe Braemer Mallinger; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Simon; a sister, Mrs. Joseph Lazear, and a brother, Emanuel, Emanuel, all of Pittsburgh, and two grandchildren. Friends are being received at the chapel from 7 to 9 p. m. today. Burial will be in Beth Shalom Cemetery in Millvale. James W. McClatchey Services for James W. McClatchey McClatchey of Munhall, a retired retired U. S. Steel Corp. employe, employe, will be at 2 p. m. tomorrow tomorrow at the R. V. Anderson Anderson Funeral Home, 806 West St., Homestead. Mr. McClatchey, of 614 Eighteenth Ave, died yesterday yesterday at the Homestead Hospital. Hospital. He had been an engineer in the production planning department department of the U. S. Steel Corp. He was a deacon and a member of the First Christian Church, Homestead; a nobel in Syria Temple, Scottish Rite, Homestead Lodge 582, F&AM; a charter member of Steel Valley Caravan 24, Syria Temple, AAONMS; and a life member of the Fraternity Club, Homestead. Survivors are a daughter, Miss Jean McClatchey at home, and a brother, Isaac of Homestead. Burial will be in Homestead Cemetery. Paper Faces Strike NEW YORK (UPI) Editorial Editorial employes at the New York Post have voted to strike at 5 a. m. Friday unless a new contract is agreed upon. 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