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THIETY-EIGHT J. S. BACKIEL DIES;] ;ERUIT PRODUCERI ■ ' WESTPOKT. Oct. 23 - John S. , 'liackiel, of 41 Old road, Greens1' •Firms, one of the largest fruit ; and vegetable growers in ['airfield counly for 37 years, dkd today in Norwalk hospital. Sen ices will take place Friday jt-9:15 a.m. in the Charles w. DfjuEiello' anri Sons funeral Iwme. 36-South Pine Creek road. Fair-; field, antt at Id o'clock in St.c Anthony's church with a solemn tiieh Mats of requiem. Burial will be, in St. Michael's cemetery. ". A native of Lomza. Poland, Mr. Bsckiel resided in Wcsipnrt 50. ■Jenr.s. Mi LMcl.i-i pros ilr.-.t of;Eackiel Inc.. Real Kstate Hold-ifig. company, president ol the' WfcsLprjri Bowling lanes, and one of. the founders or St. Anthony's church. • He was a member of the Polish, Soman Catholic Union of America, the Holy Name society of St. Anthony's church, a charter mfmber o\ the Bridgeport Fruit r(nd Vegetable Growers associa. Lion, a member of the Bridsepor: fruit and Vegetable marketing; iissDi-ialioo, Cannecticut Vegetable Growers association, and the Ver-elahlc Growers Association of America, Surviving fur- h:^ ivi'e. AiAtU Backielt three son"-. Ariolpti A..[ Stanley, and John A. Backiel, o! Westport: five daughters, Mrs. Albiia (Lay) Conway, Mrs. I Ste:l i Mwier, Mrs Ns:ai: ' Mai (is, and Mrs, Stcfrania Hnldn. ol Westport, and Mrs. Rose Mans, of Ml Vernon, N. Y.i 12 firand-clnlrlreri and five gte.t-graiia- " children-, a sister, Stanistawa; Baekie! in Poland: and several nieces and nephews. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY FIRST RULE FOR FINDING — Piece a Lost Ad. CALL ED 3-0161 CHOICE [used cars Ij ... ,i,.,u w«Ko... - ty... °V.:rr°:.... i7ia At a SIMCA «Door S.iUn. ViH "i»8"nd"' 79a rA\ SIMCA 4, Door Scdin,

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  1. The Bridgeport Telegram,
  2. 24 Oct 1962, Wed,
  3. Page 38

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