Clipped From The Bridgeport Telegram

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h i c h !?£" labor a n d Agree upon were f i n a l l y Monday, NAVY VET, 38, AFTER FOOT RACE maiUr, Succumbs In Ridgefield Ridgefield After Half-Mile Run contract item': i At tne Irtish line in a f r i e n race yesterday when a heart f i c e tabulating company union officials, ailment proved f a t a l to the Nov. 10. -- Death L. Rockwell, 38, former t o w n postmaster. Dr. Joseph Sloan, medical examiner, a t t r i b u t e d death occlusion as a result of violent exercise. Mr. Rockwell of Governor street raced Harry Pancotti, of 42 plant. The a n d , claimed v e n u e , w h e n each superiority over the other, according according to Dr. Edward J. Wagner, wnose rff'ice he was t a k ' t o'clock a f t e r he became i l They raced from Blssell's Drug stoie n o r t h on Main street Elm's inn and hack, a distance about h a l f a mile. Dr. and payroll he was told. Later in the evening, a member of Mr. Pancotti's f a m i l y was "sick in bed" and could not if a no A Fire D e p a r t m e n t wa» used at Dr. Wagner's office an a t t e m p t to revive Mr. A n a t i v e of Ridgefield. Rockwell was the town's postmaster during t h e T r u m a n a Hte f a t h e r , the late George Lounsbury Rockwell. Sr . known as i s t o r i a n of Ridgefield." direct dencendent of J o n a t h ne of the original R i d g

Clipped from The Bridgeport Telegram10 Nov 1954, WedPage 38

The Bridgeport Telegram (Bridgeport, Connecticut)10 Nov 1954, WedPage 38
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