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docu- Thurs- tc Rites Tomorrow for 3 Children, FatherinTrumbullFireKillings bull cportcdly were asphyx- j) multiple nign Mass of requiem will take place tomorrow for three little Trum .1 iu me icaiousy-iiauiitcd lather who killed them anil himself in , «„ ,r --- —i«~«~..» oi»t.«-uS lua wuc wun a Kircnen kmte. of R7 lotv rriii wt- "rif o. 11 c ul0;aalK>, a .llJ-ycar-okl construction worker iatcd ■■■.<"««. °. ->iary, J, ana mine, i>/2. All Mother in Hospital The mother, Mrs. Jenny Giordano, 46, who fled In terror before Giordano doused kerosene around the dwelling and- on two of the children, was reported in "good" physical condition last night in St. Vincent's hospital. She is under treatment for multiple slab wounds of the face, neck, chest, arms and back. Tomorrow's services for the four Giordanos will take place at 8 a.m. in the Parente-Lauro funeral home, 559 Washington avenue, and at 9 o'clock in St. Teresa's church, Long Hill. Burial will he in St. Michael's ceroe- Giordano was arraigned April 6 in Superior court on charges of assault with intent to murdei and carrying a pistol as the re suit of an alleged shooting or Feb. 17 of James Duva. 44. oi 31 Forrest road, Monroe. Police said Giordano had accused Duva oi seeing his wife. He was scheduled to face trial April 18. Police said later they found Children Asphyxiated Authorities said vesterrlat/ fni lowing an autopsy that the three girls died of asphyxiation. They said a report was not comDlete found in bed before his body was discovered and that it is possible he took some pills after set-ting fire to the house. Police Said Mrs C.VnrA*™ I„1A them her husband arrived home ly in the mornine and wnlte her and accused her of sceina Dropouts By SID FOLSOM Now heading toward the completion of its second year, a special demonstration program of the Board of Education to rehabilitate youths who might have been dropouts by teaching them jobs is meeting with several measures of success. The enrollment was triDled to nearly 350 with expansion of the program irom one high school to all three last fall. Many of these pupils upon being graduated this June will be armed with marketable skills as well as diplomas, according to Dr. Paul A. Lane, director of the project. Meanwhile, (he chance to learn a skill during the program's daily three-hour after-school police said.- hart a fixation" that his wife was cheating on him. Giordano then ran from the :droom to the kitchen and urah. bed a knife. Stabbed Wife Flees Giordano stabbed his wife sev eral times with a 16-inch kitchen unite, police said, and also doused her with kerosene before she fled the house and ran to a neighbor. According to oolice and fire officials, Giordano locked all ths (doors, poured kerosene through- uui. me lour-oearoom ranch dwelling and then doused two of cnuaren. Anne and Theresa. The third child, Mary, apparently ran into a bathroom, officials said. Giordano then set firp in n,» house and went to his bedroom. He was found lying on his bed, his expression "calm and ser ene, officials said. Police said he had no burns and apparently died of asphyxiation. Anne and Theresa were burned beyond recognition, officials said. Anne was found in the bedroom on tne lloor, Theresa was nai way. Mary was found in the oamroom, her body scorched do- Ine heaviest fire damage in the house was in the kitchen and the nail area. Fire Marshal M. Adzima said the inside of the (Continued on Page Two) Puzzle Plum Eludes Pickers, Grows to $250 A PLANNER, not PI.ANTFP is heeded for ■ CATCHING ih. FEE: as GUIDE to the Sunday Post crossword ouzjle Dlmn which now PACKS a NICE $250 for the MILER who breaks the lape with the winning words not NhW that quite a FEW close to the jackpot eoat in the fifth successive week when1 clues that looked like a SNAP (Continued on Page Two) The Solution • f The tax not on." who over the but battle :s crat, In Solution to April 9 Puzzle Dr. TV 'Hope or a Mob,' Rabbi Says- Clergy's City Re-examined By JEFFREY L. CRAIG , Clergymen of the different! faiths in the Greater Bridgeport area met yesterday at Fairfield university with area business and civic leaders to re-examine the role of the clergy in the modern urban community. Leading off the all-day conference with a speech on "The Temple than

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  1. The Bridgeport Telegram,
  2. 14 Apr 1967, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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