Richard Stevens and Paul Groholy
Youths' Bodies Identified1"'™ Srn^nr^i Wheeler and Mrs. Eleanor Rmz After Car Runs into Creekfi£K3£33l ; tcmal grandmother, Mrs. Albi-! Albi-! Albi-! (PhDto en rage One) | Police divers dispatchrcf <o na Yurlie °* Stratford: two niee-j niee-j niee-j The bodies of two men pull- pull- the scene donned Scuba outfits r,:' a ntP,,ew. "nd several aunls ed out or the waters ot Cedar and connected chains to the vi-in7ld vi-in7ld vi-in7ld ""cles. creek at the foot of Howard nve- nve- hide in an effort to raise the! Services will take pice Saturate, Saturate, were identified .air ye. • mito from the water., . with .h. dav at *15 ».™. in ,S. rfc.ri-. rfc.ri-. rfc.ri-. rday as Richard J. Stevens. [aid of two hcavv-Aitv hcavv-Aitv hcavv-Aitv im.-IW." im.-IW." im.-IW." Doiieielln ,-ind ,-ind ,-ind snnt home, 79S Park avenue, and Which of the men w.v. ih»:s 15 «w« >r> Our f.ady of floor!/ S.IS o'clock in Our Lady of Good Conns:?: r'a.irc'i w.th a requiem Mass. Burial will be in Lawn-croft Lawn-croft Lawn-croft cemetery, Paul J Groholv, 21, of 605 Old Town road. Police said the pair were rid-l rid-l rid-l ing in an auto when it plunged intt) the waters of the creek at 2 a.m. TJiursdav. Workmen at the nearby Kep 1>enstall company notified police police of the accident afier they said they hr-ard hr-ard hr-ard the sound of a speeding nolo along the road way heading towards the waters waters ed.ee. They failed to see the aulo return and called police Police listed the deaths as the J3ch and !4th traffic fatalities' mas rai ims yenr in this city. The bodies or (he men were found in the vehicle after police police divers located the cur shot t-ly t-ly t-ly after 10 a.m. . Uie;3 o clock, in Our l ads of flood ioedi Counsel church with a requiem ^ .J.Msss, Burial will he in St Mi. I s cemetcrv. driver could not be dote and police, of the Ti'affi to Itley ,iifr inve lizatut TnuVJ. Groholv re con-! con-! con-! Ptuil 3. Grohc-ly, Grohc-ly, Grohc-ly, son of Mr. it.caard and Mrs. Joseph Groholv was f-.tr-.tt" f-.tr-.tt" f-.tr-.tt" f-.tr-.tt" f-.tr-.tt" Diving operations v ducted by Patrolmen u^,™,,!, niinu. auimojse, Jofia ,iorn in (his city and '•ass i ! He Was nn employe of the Duva service station. Richard J, Stevens Born in Cleveland, Ohio Mr. Stevens attended the Nathan Hale grammar school and Central Central high school from which he was graduated in IDES. He had born employed at Warnaco for a month. He was active in Boy Scouts and was president or the CYO of Our Lady of Good Coun- Coun- Mr. Survivors, in addition to his parents, are two sisters. Linda and Lorraine Groholv, both of this city; and his' maternal grandmother, Mrs. Caroline Solvere Solvere of Miami. Services will take place Saturday Saturday at 7:45 a.m. in the S. Spad-accino Spad-accino Spad-accino and Sons funeral home, 439 Washington avenue, and at Tear Gas Interrupts Preview Performance NEW YORK (AP) - A tear gas bomb was set off Thursday night in a Broadway theater' daring n preview performance ot a play aDout a middle-cli middle-cli middle-cli family in Cuba at the lime Castro's takeover. About 10 minutes after the start of Jack Gelber's play- play- Cuban Thing," a muffled report was heard in the orchestra of the Henry Miller Theater. A theater attendant wei :ne ir.xhghts nnd urged the dnoicncc in lite nan-tun nan-tun nan-tun rouse li keep calm, hut acrid fume: staTted spreading and most of me playgoers rushed outside Police seized about a doien persons, tine person was repori edly sent to a hospital. The play is scheduled to npen inursaay. Freview performances: performances: have been mnnin.