The Bridgeport Telegram from Bridgeport, Connecticut on April 9, 1970 · Page 49
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THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1970 FIFTY-ONE Wesl Haven Bov, 7, Found Dead in Chest WEST HAVEN (AP) -.sever -v ear-old Arthur Lone ivhosc parents had -been search for hini (or hours, was l'lio hoy's death was appar- er r y arc.neniai ana aue to sui- location. Ailhur's lather. Dean I.onf> reported him missing about an hcur nefurc his body was Robert Ingails, Ex-Grid Coach at UConn, 51, Dies red last Aretas Saunders, 85, Ex-Teacher, Bird Writer, Dies .'AP)- OBITUARIES CANAAN NEWLYTiVEDS— Svetlana Alliluyeva, daushler 0[ Joscl Stalin, talks with newsmen Wednesday with Jier new husband, architect William Wesley Peters, 'lhe couple held a news conference In the living room of their desert home si TaUesln West near Phoenix, Arizona. Taliesin West is an architectural school U lhe Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Maximum Use Is Urged Of Independent Colleges "Ulllirng the maximum capacity OF Ihci slate's independent iiy titulirns and capitalizing nn the programs which exist in them, un<|aeylionably merits u high 511-ioriLy." Donald H. Mc-Gannnn, chairman of the Connecticut Commission for Hi=h-er Education, said last night. Mr. McGannon spoke at the of the c lyuicei cut Ccuference of Independent colleges in the Student Union of in: university oi. Linageport. To utiliie the capacity of bqth private and public, institutions the Commission Tor Higher Education is beginning phase two of a broad study concerning the needs ol higher educational institutions in the-state. Mr. Mc- Gai'.non also said the object of the program will be to eliminate cupi-.cation ol some programs in areas where there are severe.! colleges or junior colleges. Though I he commission docs riDt have the authority to tell :-i school what it may offer the students, lie said, they have been working for interchange ot students and faculty at some universities. Enrollment Surging :'lne pressing need for utilizing all space available was pointed out in the enrollment figures lor me coming years. Mr. McCumnon said in 19 there were J.5,047 full lime st dents in all colleges and unlverr ties in the stale. By 1S75 the fi gure is expected to be lOS.OOO cor.M.isrirR Si) per cent t-r.iadsry school graduates con Part ol the lulure pi. inning macates mat there will be levelling ■ off of enrollment in !'■' ' TV (■-, !C: :, will bt decrease. Mr. McGannon said bctb. the private and public sec l~r rf inshcr education must p!rn ior this. Some of the members of the conference wanted to know when! the report would he available so j-lans cce.lrl be made. Mr. McGannon said some tentative rcc-ohimendatinns would be presented to the session of the legislature. 5u!!",es1inn5 By Dr. See Dr. Harold W See, outgoing president of CCIC. snid in the past the private sector has de- pen Jed loo much on reports from [he r«mrv»n gested that private institulions I ' l l take the initiative rath er than waiting for. forthcoming reports. Dr. See also suggested rnrnrrission should no longer be concerned with individual college development, but should concern itself with two basic re spec si hi lilies — overall assess ment of Connecticut's needs for education and responsibility for the allocation of financial sources. Mr. McGannon said the commission's future plans for inde pendent institutions inciud seeking to maintain, extend and strengthen lhe productive relationship between the two groups, groups. The commission will also consider forming a "blue Ribbon" panel to assist in directing the slate's cOTitraclural relationships wilh independent colleges. This oar.el would include mem bers from the private and pub lic sector. "The commission, he went on. will eive attention to the needs of various areas in the state seeing that these needs are meet v.irhi i t ii r necessary duplication; with responsibility for offering particular programs cieany identified." Officers Elected Alert -ir the meetinc Dr. Arclu hold M. Woodruff. Chancellor of tho University ot Harnorn, was elected the new president of the I CCIC. . , , Oth-r officers elected include Thomas A. Smith, of Trinity ccllege. -Mce president; Miss Laura A* Johnson, president of Wumen, Hartford College secretary -treasurer. Dr. Charles E. Strain, presi dent oE Connecticut college und the Rev. William C. Mclnnis, president of Fairfield universi- eie elected to serve on tne executive committee as mem- - Aretas Saunders, street, formerly of daii fir!.'., t» r.o retired from i--;„ h Bridgeport high school in IS40, died Tuesday in Great Bar- mgton. Mass. Services will take place tomor-ow at 11 a.m. in the Mounlain Vr'-'.i ccrrercry, with lhe Rev. Robert, pastor of Pilgrim Congregational church, otficial- :i.n- Horn in Avon, Mr. Saunders, had resided in Fairfield 32 years before moving^o Canaan in V He taught natural science Br r Igeport nigh school from 1317 until 1S-19. He was a Fellow of the American . Ornithologist; Union and wrote many books on birds, the most famous of which is a guide lo Rird Song. Survivors are his witc, Mrs. Margaret Saunders of Canaan; Stanley Saunders nf Koch- ester, N. Y.; two sisters, Mrs. Winifred MacLane and Mrs. Uor-othea Powell both of Nonvalk; nr! three grandchildren. W1LL1MANT1C, Con micral services will ducted here Friday for Robert Ingails, assistant athletic director and former head fc-otbnll coach al lhe University of Connecticut. Ingails, 51, died Wednesday in Windham Memorial Hospital! He had undergone suigery tor can ccr in January. During his 12 seasons as head coach at UConn, starling in 1952. his teams won the Yankee Conference championship six limes, five of them in a roe. . His teams had an over-all record nf 43-5f-3. A native of Marhlrl eed Mass., Ingails was a center for Michigan and later piayea in professional football (or one car with, tne dreen tiny t'acx rs. He Ihcn sewed as linr coach at uCnnri ior two years helnre talcing lhe hel Ingails became assistant ath letic director at the Slorrs cam- B-l when Rick Forzano, now coach at Navy, became head coach of the Huskies. He is survived by his widow, Dorothy; twin sons, James and Donoldr his niftlhcr. a brother and two sisters. A high requiem mass will he sung at SI- TliDmas Aquinas Church here un Friday nt HI a.m. Burial will he in Marble-head. Mrs. Eugene Hoichktn Mrs. Dora L. Hotchkin, 89, ot 15 Maple avenue, Lehigh Acres, Fla , and formerly of Biidgeporl, widow of Eugene Hotchkin, died yesterday in Florida. Services will take place Salur- day at 11 a.m. in lhe Albert W. icar luneral Home, mi t-air-;ld avenue. Duria] will be in wig HiH cemetery. Mrs. Hotchkin lived here most her life hclore moving lo Flor-a about five years ago. Survivors are a daughter. Mrs. waiter Maher of Lehigh Acres, and a granddaughler. Mrs. Frank Guyolt Irs. Louise Guyotl, Sfj, for. rly of 1088 Faiifield avenue, low of Frank Guv.vt yesterday in Pine View' v enl hospital. Services will take place tomorrow at 11 a.m. in the Albert W. Spear funeral home, 1222 l-.-.ri field avenue, with lhe Rev. Waller Scranton. paslor Dt First United Methodist church, ofiiciating. Burial will be pri- died Psychiatrists Separate Rcatlc Ircnnon, Wife LONDON, (UPI)-PsychiatrisLs iiiive i psratca ocatie Join! Le:i nun lii:-.! lie, .: apara -. - v,yhy Y;:k:e poke; man tor the couple said Wednesday. Yoko sleeps in one bedroom, John in another, and tiny reei ate by letter because the psychiatrists recommend il said, The two American psychi- atuvy ii ;ii;ii Jin Id ; rn :i;i-l woman for her— were flown t In to waleh over the coup! % Yuku's pregnancy, th Horn in-Bridgeport, Mrs, fin-! ill had resided hern all of her life. She had been a member of nent Chapter I, OF.S. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs, John C, Slohl of Trumbull; and several nieces. Mrs. F. A, Taylor Miss Rae Gillespie [ Miss Rae Gillespie, 62, for-erly of 2912 Main street, died yesterday in the Long Hill Rest Home, Shelton. Services will lake place Friday nt S a.m. in the William i. McDonald tuneral home, 25S1 Iain street, Stratford, and at 9 'clock in St. James church with . requiem Mass. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery, Hern r. Vermont , Mis , Allies pie w as a resident or Bridgeport 10 years. She was a former secretary. Survivors are three sisters, Mrs. Mary R. Brown of Bridge, port, Mrs. Agnes Hopkins ol Lawrence, Mass., and Miss Rita Gillespie of Rutland. VI., several nieces and nephew Albert Chncho Albeit Chaclio, 74, [iirnier ly :*l 163 nonlii Hill road, Nichols, retired mechanic for the Sikor sky Aircraft company, died April Denary, 1-la. vices will take place Sotur-at S a.m. in lhe Charles T. Pisley and Sons funeral home, I jj f;.i i .-ruin avenue. A requiem took place yesterday in DcBary. Burial will be hi St. e.;irli. us's cemetery. i nacno was born in Aus- and lived here n Gaizke Services for Mis. BrunlulJ G.itAe, 15, -wife of Warren G alike of 262 Rycgatc terrace, Stratford, who died Monday in Bridgeport hospital, will take place today at I p. m. in the Lord ship Community church, Strat ford, wilh the Rev. Warrl K Wilson, pastor of the church, ollici-ating. Burial will be in Union cemetery, Stratford. William E. Fisher SHIiLTON — Services for William Fdivard Fisher, Rn. of 1C Spring street, who died Tuesday in his home, will tale place Fn day at 10:15 a.m. in the C. H Lewis funeral home, IIS Fliza both street, Derby, and al 11 a.m I lhe Church of the Grand hep'ierd, with the Rev. Fred '. Sutton, rector, oils srin t: Burial will he in Riverside cem-| Walter A. Barton DANBURY— Services for Wil-r A. Barton, 57, of 4 Sunuyside ■■er.ue, a machine operator wilh the Bard-Parker Co., a division of Bcclon Dickinson & Co., who died Monday in his home, will trke olace tomorrow at In lhe John t l-JC-e ar'.r. Funeral li'ia'.c. '» Wert rt-ft th lhe Rev. John Spear nl St .lames' Eivwnpal c!,l:cI: ■■y\\ ciating. Burial will be in Woos ter ccmclery. Walter W. Keane DANBURY— Services for Walt er William Keanc. 72. ol 59 Mil Plain rtrad, who formerly owned and operated the Woaster Vill igc Market who died Tuesday in Danburv hospital, will lake pi: tomorrow at 8:15 a.m. in the Cornelius Dclury Memorial, 111 Main slrecl. and at il o'clock in SI. Joseph's church, with a high mass of requiem, Burial will be Peter's cemetery. Joseph Giordano, 71, Of Camera Shop, Dies J,::,epk ?. Giordano, VI, of 1HD0I '"hurr-hli mad, Fairfield, assu e.strd iv th his son I.OU1S trior daao in lhe Lu-Mark camera shop, Tlridgcpait, died yesterday in St. Via cent's hospital. Services will take place Saturday at 8:M a.m. In the Frank Polke and Son funeral home, 1516 Faiifield avenue, and at 9 3 o'clock in Our Lady Assuir.uli:: l church, with men Mass. Burial will be in St. M ■ niel s t-i'inetery. Born in Italy. Mr. Giordano had resided ia the nndgeporL area toi manv vears. He had been a mem ber uf the Holy Namc'Socicty of n it 1 j ■■ t ■-■ ot Ike ,,r-,uiiiiit." church. Quarter Century club ol and Council of Catholic Men. Seivivors .ire his wtic, Mn. leannoite DeMatleo Giordano of Fairfield, a son, Louis Giordano nf Fairi eld: two daughters, Mrs. Doris Vereh of Trumbull, and Mrs. Frances Faustine of Fair- live brolhers in Italy; a n Italy; five grandchildren; iveral nieces and nephews, Artist Carl Mullcr's Funeral on Saturday NORWALK — Sctvices [or Carl r-.lull e-l "'■ 1 'eer.tuLrl ]': n Tliei te artist whose work appeared in the Saturday Evening Post, Red Book and Cnsmo-pulilan magazines, who died Ti:"%dav, w.!l lake |)'are S .tnnUv al f> p.m. HI tl'.e N.'.v L..iM?.k C(i:i-i::ei;ats :ial eknreh ly.t'i the Res Charles C. Smith, y i.-..ler, re'iieist- ing. Burial will tic at ine. convenience of the family. Mr. Muller was born in Cleve land, Ohio. While an art student lie vies Yarded scholars nip the Julliard ' School of Ail Paris. Fiance lli-» woik appea- in lhe Saturday Evening Post Red Book, and Cosmopolitan ines. The past 10 years he devoted his Inlrn' - I s |-'-i t:a:lr. Mr, Mullei was a member ill lire Dutch Treal club, New York city, and was well knoivn ir. Fairfield county and the New York1 area for his golfing prowess, lie the Biooklawn Country club. Fairfield, and ' Shor'ehaven Golf club, Norwalk. He was a director of the Silver Spring club. Ridge-field. Survivors are his wife, the former Juliet Shaw, a conceit pianisf; a son, Mcrr.H Maker a TV pewscay.e:; a daughter. Merille Muller of Norwak: a nl a sister, Mrs, Kuy is. Henderson f Bay Village. Ulan .■'nv.ite services will be con rluclcd for Mrs. Ella Josephine uryant Taylor, Ul. of 25b A I Ron-i[a:e re. id, Fniriielu wisuv el l.)i Francis A. Taylor; lhe Rev Daniel Chesney. rector of St John's Episcopal church, will oi Tiniial wil. c-e in Moun- Uln Grove Cemetery. ine (jcoree rotter and Son funeral home, 880. Fairfield ave-| nue, is in charge of arrange-' menls. Born in Oroville, Calif,, Mrs. Taylor was the mother of LlDyd F. Taylor, president of Standard Kollsman Industries. Inc., with whom she made her home, She was a member ol the Mary Sil-liman chapter of the Da'ughl- l,:-l of tlie Anier lean ]i i-vein I inn Survivors also include another son, Gordon B. Taylor ol Tarn, pn, Fla. life, Survivors aie his wile, Mrs Bamharo Chncho of DeBary Fin., two daughters, Mrs. Bar bara lienCKhan of DcBnrv nnd Mrs. Ann Lucas of Stepney; tin ee grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. George Popp, 57, Of Easton Dies; Store Co-Owner EASTON — George Popp, 57, of 16 Crescent drive, employed ig department <>: .i n innlci Arms company, and co- owner of K. L. &l P Appliance Cenler. 4133 Main street, Bridge- d'ed yestrsdvv a. [iride- ; an hospital. ■-v.d 'akt plare unlav al S I. ', d , li,e Ad/ res fj-lfr.ll ann-.e, sal rirrli; sferl. rirKiir.'pnrl and at 5 o'clock in SI. John tiie Baptist Cariiathra- 2ii'Mii Orlhialav fur, 1, Cathol.c church. Bridqrpc::, real-, a Uivi-u 1 inrrjiv1 llie s.ali leant ef whirl' v. l.l la- Ik" Rrv Till 11 Mviknvieli liar ,et will : a ie SI tehn's eerra elery. Stratford. Panakcdcoa ser, vice; aall 1a-,e pi ire teikiy al 7:y p.m. and lomorrmv at 8:30 in I he funeral home. Horn in Brid2e|xirl, Mr, Popr iisd r i ,'drd In tVs any, al ef life. He is a jiraduale of Harrlinpl liijth schiyil and of lhe Wharton Sc I-ieae.r? ,,[ ike Halves, ennsylvanin. In addition, i member of Delta Chi tdaleradv Quarter O-idai y elah of Kcniin^lon Arms, and ARS Branch 3 of lhe Greek Catlioiic r I - a i yi lie ir ;..y,l in-ailvet 1 I 'ie rr anion and had nclive lsawlors in many leae,ues. Miss Bumstead Dies In Milford al 98 MILFORD - Miss Amelia H. Bumstead. 98, of 21 Ilolbrook street, died yesterday in Milford Heights convalescent hospital. services win take place j-nday 7:30 p.m. in the Stratford fin. r.d Isirne of Dai i e, ai .1 D'Arcy, 2511 Main street with tea Kaymonil worster, inn the First GmxruKalional L-nurcn oi sirauoro. nil cialmE die yd will take place Si.-jrdaj in tiakwooa cemetery. Tinv. K A native of Pennsylvania, M.vr jiiimsieaa nan liven in m yeinv burg, Fla., before moving to Mil ford a year and a half ago. She is survived by three nieces DEATH NOTICES ryscr: J. -eng. April S, 1})0, i!S BKXHiln ove-ilse Mtulllo Lor.u. tr Direred In SI. on Thuraday ol la o.m, II. MkMel-s camdtrv. all al Ihe.O-sdfres- and y-.-i- rs.-e , Iirli ?. ya .'Hi i i - i,i iy:'i;,,i Aa ic :;:e, .?: I •.,!.;> nf Isidiei twn sons, Hnhrrl Ponn of Clinton and George Popp of tlaston; tw d ee-alei a. Id' r Mary lJr::raer i of Philadelphia, Pa., and Althoa Popp of Faslon; a p Terrnncc H. Genrlty bei-\'ices tor ici:anre H.i Gearily, 36, of 87 Nelson ler- race, whn died Mondiiy, took place yesterday In St. Charles' church with a requiem Mass. Burial was in Lnkcvicw cemetery. The celebrant of the Mass was the Rev. Edward B. Karl, and the committal was read by tl'.e Rev. Ernest 1. LspDsito. ese-nrers were i-ren >.ucas Gene Itile-lick, Douglcs Baird Harvey Hutchinson, Raymond Ccrte, nnd James Beoxer. Mrs. George Galviti Services for Mrs. Alhcrta Ko r ii a, Galvin, of 80 Gordon street widow of George Galvin, whn died Sunday, look place yester day in ay antin s \'e pan-a i :;raie church with a requiem Mary Bui nil was in St. Michael's The celebrant of th May: was the Rev. Raymond Pcolka also read the ioi -,; l.juii. Xlnoly omll rhiwtij, llioie rfclsa-JJ mof r y.a 0 115 U.-/-CI CV.-dl «f.~-..-lr1 O Or tJW RtflObllllOtCn CW.r -| 'I.S.--I ,1-r-ynirli bv ','/ -not, ! art GouUIr* 12» fell rmd, JOCHETTI-ln SolllhW April 7, see-, Acyvikxi .re.,-a^rt r zi r!ovC™,F?l^/Fa.w.!.m<,y f" •" '"Wit! n '-a en,, Avt | p. vm. 1 Rm uln . «r„ rrmoviid k A. V/. srayciyx und Son ki-.rn S:5,c, Ko;io!ji 3lretl, Hollcn nl lunsral i dry, April i nee Robert J. I/ing Services for Robert . 23, of 105 Berkshire avei died Monday, will be conducted today aL w a. in. in at.| Charles church. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery, Stratford, Miss Angelina Maoliochettl ' Services Ior Miss Angelina Magliochetti, 32, of 1095 'dad, son avenue, whn died yesterday i Suulhbury, Services will lake place Satur day al 8 a.m. in the A. Rl Abnola nnd Son funeral home, 216(1 Main Mrs. Edward J. Dennchy, DANRURY — Mrs. Anna M Keane Dennehcy, 72, ol 7 Clare avenue, wife of Edward J Dnnm-y, died Tuesday evening in her home alter an illness ol 20 years. Services will take place Friday a! 8:15 a.m. in the John C. ;-:f»'n-J. Funeral home, a I Wen street, and at 0 oclock Peter's eliuich. with a hirth mass of requiem. Burial will DC in p.-trr> cemetery. Dennehcy was born in County Clare, Ireland and had m Danoury tor au years as a member of SI. Peler': ladies Guild. Surviving in addition to he a.LsirJ are four sons. Edward . of Bridaeporl, Jeremiah A and Francis J., lioth nl Danbury and William P. Dennehcy of White Plains, N. Y.; a dau°hlci Mrs Stephen Sholtcs nf Dar buiy. lour sislers, Miss Delia | Kca'nc and Mrs. John Keanc, both in Ireland, and Mrs. Daniel Devine and Mrs. Patrick Ginty, both ol Danbury; 15 grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Anlhony Coppola DANBURY — Mrs. Angela Barry Coppola, 65, wife of An thony Coppola, ol 100 Garfield avenue, died lucsoay in uannuiy hospital, where she had Decn a patient foi the past six weeks. Services will take place at 8:15 a.m. today in the I-reeland Mem- West street, at at 0 o'clock in St. Peter's church, high mass of requiem. Burial will be in St. Peter's cemetery- Mrs. Coppola was bom in Dan bury and was associated with the leaning Business tor many years. Surviving, in addition lo her husband, by a daughter, Miss Barbara Barry of Danbury brother, Joseph Gillolti, and a sirlcr. Mrs. Mary Conctatore, bolh nl Danbury; and nieces and nephews. rlnr.'e Charles Conaway Services fur Charles Conaway, 58, of Bldg. il. Apl. 331, Fathci "di 'ye, a in d:cd Saturday Will -'ike place I -Jay a' 11 in the James F. Morton fu tieral home, 25 Cumer street Willi the Dev. Willi in Krne.ey a-,. i,,: nl' SI Pali liai ay clary, offlciatinR. Burial will be in Park cemetery. Gcorfte C. Wilhelmy Services for George C. Willie ly, G7, of 1303 Norlh avenue Stratford, who died Monday, » I lake place tomorrow at 2 p.m. n the Slralford funeral home o Dennis and D'Arcy, 2CI! Mai street, with the Rev. Clarence Chamberlain interim pastor c lhe. First Plinte I r hue h nf Pan Meld nllicralin^. Burial will b in Lakcview ccmclery. Raphael's church with a reri Mass. Burial will be in SI. i duel's cemetery. Mrs. Arthur .!. Myers Services for slew I era. [dak Myers, 79, of 237 Brcwstci widow of Arthur .1. Mye died Tuesday in her homo will rake [ikie kiiili .1 . 1. 1 w nl -la In in the Fairfield funeral home of Albert W. Spear, .IB South Benson road, Fairfield, and at J ■I'ekiek in SI. Ai e.'s ehn.-rh with a requiem Mass. Burial will he in St. Michael's cemetery. Mrs. Charles B. Payne Services for Mrs, Charlotte Griswold Payne, 73, wife of Charles B. Payne, of M Circle drive, Slrallord. who died Mon day, will take place loday at 2 p.m. in lhe Stratford funeral home of Dennis and D'Arcy, 25T1 Main streel, wilh the Uev. Rodger Scott Gray, rcctnr of Grace ILpis copal church, Trumhull, officiating. Burial will be in Lakcview Charles W. Cadwell Charles W. Cadwell, 53, of 751 Boston avenue, employe of Bridgeport Brass company, died yesterday in St. Vincent's hos pital. Services Willi military honors ill take place Saturday at 8:30 in. in lhe S, Spadaccino and Son funeral home, 409 Washing- omie, ana at titan ociock Charles church with n re quiem Muss. Burial will be in St. Michael s cemetery. Bom in Bridgeport, Mr. Cadwell had resided here all of his life. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of the Quarter Cenlury club oil Bridgeport Brass, and of St. mrlc s Holy Name society. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. ele-n Cadwell of Bridgeport; a brother Joseph Cadwell ol Bridgeport; and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. l ewis M. Lucas Services will take place today lor Mrs. Mildred Zeller in-a-y kit wile- nt I ewe. 'd . Lucas, past president of J. L. ucas and Son, Inc. and a former director of the City Savings bank, nf 2?7 Hilltop road, who died Tuesday in Carolton convalescent hce'-ia l ,n, PairJield. . . They will be conducted .m. in Ihe United'Congregational c . c with the Rev. k.'ii'liay pnstni , nf f iciad njy dei ia; 11 nc at tnc cnnveniencc n> me John T. Gaetano OKANGF-— Services for John T. Gaelano, 6S. of Racebiook mad, who died Tuesday in lhe Yale hospital, New Haven, where admitted as a sureicai pa'ieet, will lake place Friday at 9:30 a. in. in his late home and with a solemn hiah Mass of Requiem al 16 a.m. in the Holy Infanls church. Burial -vill oe ir St. Mary's cemetery, Milford The Codv-While funeral home 107 Broad street, Milfoid, is in charge of the arrange rtenrro F Ward Walter H. Walker WESPORT - Services for WF.STON-Services for Waller George F. Ward, 75. of 10 Gor- H. Walker, 56, of Whipporwill ham avenue. Westoort. who died! lane, a plumber wilh the Richard Tuesday, will take place Friday Holzhrtusen company. * die-i at 11 a. m. in the Charles H. Tuesday, will lake place ihurs-Lewis funeral home. 210 Fast day at 1 1 a.m. in the Emmanuel State street, Westport, wilh th 3 Church of Weston. Burial will Rev. Dana Forrccl Kei i : y rec- b* private. ior nf the Christ and Holv Trinity The Boulon funeral home, church, officiating. Burial will be [West Church streit, Georgetown Thomas C. Casey Sr. DANBURY — Services will he conducted today for Thomas C. Casey, Sr., a retired vet- an of New Haven Railroad rvice formerly in charge ol ilrnad operations in western Connecticut and eastern New York, who died Saturday at the Glen Hill Convalescent Center at the ase of 70. The services will take place at 10 a,m. in the Joho C. Free-land funeral home, 31 West street, and at II o'clock in St. Gregory the Great church wilh a Mass of Lhe Resurrection. Burial will take [place in All Saints cemetery. norm naven. Bruno BJerrcgaard DANBURY— Services ior Bruno Bierrecaard, 75. of 26 Terre Haute road, who died Monday !i Danbury hospital, will taKe place tomorrow at 1! a.m. m llie y\l bert W. Schmidt fur. era I me 9-11 Granville avenue, with the Rev. John Adam, pastor n| Paul's Lutheran church olli inp, Burial will be in Fma-n eai Lutheran cemetery. Martin Koenig WILTON-Services lor Martin Kornyy ;» son ol ts.r. ano Mrs, George Kaenig, of 93 Highlield road, a Coast Guard Seaman whose body was recovered Sunday in Boston harbor, will take place tomorrow al 2 p.m Willon Cnnjaresational church. Mrs, Emmcf R. Ruland Services for Mrs. Frances Doerflinger Ruland, 60, wife nf Fmmet R, Ruland. of 581 Laugh-lin road west, Slralford, whn died Monday ir. her hore.e will take place today at 10: JO a, m. in the Dennis and D'Arcy funeral home, 2611 Main street, Slralford, wilh the Rev. Arthur Tedcastlc, pastor of the Stratford United list church, officiating, Burial will be in Lakcview cemetery. Anthony W. Ki. ski Services for Anthony W. Ktcska 55, of 31 Chambers street field, who died yesterday in Park City hospital where he was ad-milted Tuesday as a medical patient., will lake place Friday at 8:30 a.m. in the Frank Pulke and Son funeral home, IH6 Fairfield avenue, wilh the Rev, Den nis Szocs, ofiiciating a requiem Mass at 9 a.m. in St. Emery's church where he is pastor, will be in Mountain Grove come tcry. Mrs. Ijiciann ZeHiro Services for Mrs, Consaiata Maria Periillo Zeffiro, B5, of IS Hillslone road, Trumbull, widow of Luciano Zeffiro, who died yes terday in her home, will take place Friday at 9 a.m. in tht. S. Spadaccino and Sons funeral home, 499 Washington avenue at 10 o'clock in the Holy Ro: church with a requiem Mass. The St. Theresa guild of Holy Rosary family. The Wilmot, West and Gould eie, funeral home, 1209 Posl road, Fairfield, is in charge of arrangements. Surviving in addition lo her husband is a brolher, Raymond Zeller of Lawrcnccville, III. Ronald R. Carrano Sctvices for Ronald R. Car-mo, 31, of 111 North Kansas street. El Paso, Texas, formerly dgeport, who died ycslc day in El Paso, will lake place Friday at 8 a.m. in lhe bpaca cino and Sons funeral home, ■ Washington avenue, and at o'clock in SI. Raphael's church with a requiem Mass. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. Mrs. William II. Flagg Services for Mrs. Julia Fade ITaco.. 53. of 30 Flint court. Gro former Bridgeport resident. who died Monday, will take place) today at 8 a.m. in the l^>uis Abrioin and fcon luneral Home. Air, Past Washington avenue and oclock in St. Charles church wilh a requiem Miss. Burial will he in St. Michael s cemetery. George M, Hauser Sr. Services for George M. Hauser, Sr., 68, of CI7 Wilcox- son avenue, Stratlord, who died Monday, will lake place today in the William K. .v.cuon- ald funeral home, 2591 Ma street, Stratford, and al 3 a.i James church with requiem Mass. Hunai win in Park cemelery. Mrs. Kalman .lackn Services for Anna Jacko. 7.1, ol lie. Frankland avenue, Stratfnrd widow of Kalman Jacko, who died yesterday in her home, will take place Friday, at 8:15 n.r in the Rohm and Lucho risky f ncral home, 21R9 Barnum avenue, Stratford, and at 9 a.m. ir Holy Name of Jesus church a requiem Mass. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery Arthur J. Hudson F-ASTON— Private servir Arthur J. Hudson, 79, of street, a roll red poultiymr, •'.-an died Monday in Wesl Haven' Veterans hospital, will take place at the convenience ot the ramily =iljr/ n'T'^m. □f^(i°lrf ^f\B'7_ dic-.-:^!l^i'^Jelwy.,:/■5,.^; ;"in n ("ii1 ',"■['' r/Ujiaiiy Iron, .sv--r.R-y-i„ hk c / d, y r 1 1 7, Iwri Eva V. ,i,„ ynV'-vk'nl,. ;'w"j'p ^'tSm"" iloy 3 lo S nnrl V lo 9 p.m. ' a - .'! i -i Drive, 'ain't! id and several nieces and Bearers were Robert Kochiss. isroi tmms ci Dennis £ o'mcJ. ilu Andrew O'Book, Albert Lleya ,, ••• ii.. ••<- i-»"m«iit-iij loktviiw 'one. and Edward Poslupnr.k. ' Ss a,j i.^'r'1 ™a:,"al' J:3» POPP — In tills CMy, April J, 197D. Goorqt DEATH NOTICES 'TML^'t^ ^ Popp. De^nled Inllvfr ' of Rcbtrl Popp, OAETANC— In New Hoyen^ Hospital^ Ap^l ^nrds c^eo7a^'p^^Fr\inisA^*a^^ Ft, d I i muy coif Dt his h:ir,-.' Wulm ■.::;/ 7 : 5 [< «»>l malt • •-•n&» 11 p.m., nm, Ihursday 2 to 5 end 7 - , V „ „, 1 =:. is u. 7-9 p.m. PoMhcdeon /,N-,"j-ii"oli t',-|yr,sa.,|,|, i,,t.. IS-r-.-l-w g- yy p.m. „„J homo, 1S7 Brood sliccl, Mlllord. FlldO'' ol <r30 fin, OATZKE-ln^lhlj^Clly, fytll 5. 1975. - n. D ' vJJfIwj'i f^'l'rr'oi 1 1 r- c! V.'nm-n e. en 1 y. -',-'' ya v' , I e-" hi. Cak-J l Via r.;yn laS Uulc TP,". or.l nenl V-,, i . W=!l S1nMK<L I'Ulltten MlVlm Will i\ Ihui-ala, ol 1 |, m. Ir •• , Lew-, M '-" Irvrs-isy "-' W-JA nm IrcrTi tommunlly cliurck. uticadic , •„ ■ IXVft. of. Of"* . ■ Unlqn cemelcrr, Strallnd I rlcnd! -r*y ' ^'Yi^SI'v roiuclc FrltrSitr , . al liomc, SIS? lion re ,w r . '' I , GILLESPIE - In Shollon. April S. liio. T * X!; Q E -.'(Id c-nTv [n, this Cily, -April 4 Moln slrecl. DrIOo, pe, 1 F-,, a. , , i, « a,, n^-ii is Taylor fl Aprh lulh0lii|nfl u m dV.L -,T' lkn w'm n,',l '''^sl c. r,,,rr ,r Fovncfd101^ Joseph P. Giordano, tc'cVcd hL»lK-"ri Si^ V ^-i'r^wjirta0"^ Chur-J'tlli!, i H, ,(....[: . :y,:vL-; inllic r.i:' J. ci ww'k fu fi*r nam* in Ihf Anwi Ol Louis Giordano, Mrs. U = -ii Vertn " Itc-. Cnnccr Fund. .i* ?nlri^taFrtu5d l.'r" run! Jiriinm r^.WARD-|n Wf»1port April 7.1970. Genrdi Snn. iui Fnlrfipld 'av'.-Lt- c"-Vrl v''^f;J ft !0 Corrom Avc-'u.;, w ■■ ih--y,:[ n„H l,W J-5 one. W p.m. ' 1-5 nnd 7-? p.m. ■ iGREGGOS - In this ell,. April I. 1772. 1 V^ 1 1 H F l.rtW — In 1 hi s clly April 6, ItJtt nSnL Crrows'nn.l sir, vv ■ ' ! 1 1 p -J e *FrldoV ^1 VSoL* «rl5^ iSrsWiS Fl "'"■'■■ '-"" fnflfl <» • l- r— nl !-,'.,;„-'' . ink.kri.","- t% trVi [ J5™»dSS. ly/'i'.iiii.iy!1 £..„„, :.- *'•' ' ' '"^K^/T^^fT^SSf'1? Salurdoy, April lilh at t i -, -y al j° • P"71,, Thursday 3:30 lo S ona. 7 r\T7" linn kmmi/inn nnr Thp lunfrrjl "-ill h* ell In e-- CLi an Cox. Friends - arc 'Invited -l» DEATH NOTICES i,.,' .,:^ .fo'l!" .nl j^'^n^^^^x,".', CinOANO-m El J-o.o, T-nns, April j, AplrVliCl101°VnP',li T^^h^TSi A„,'•=;^,^^/^^,';^^^71,' 'SJlnrf 1WS. Rt-.-ld R. Co rano, 11 1 P(l" rlh Wlvolc. irr, nl 'tiJiidav ">-■ OnJol WO-m-l « Konsas S,r..t El Pa,;.' TtMS.V cv.nln, Irom 7 to ». \ *•<;> , H .„ ; Kilh^ ?!■ oJf!„.T •■"'•£, '"J HAUSER, Sk. In £ ,1k,,, / y Hi" I , ml Mil Wtdirvfay 7*» O pjiQ • ' ,5 £ ?I £ 5™? ,f Gtorqc M. Houitr, sr.-. Mlovod eeiionti ihumiav ! e, i oei. The tamlly I* s ','„-t;-,e,', „„a -dr! t.i,ri'n*?£ "' 'I'"""./" '• I e ■••■•I m« tMytp »*»» be cmtH:* iwii^^'Jm."-?!".! »",','.„' ^ii'^'J"^'^^'^*!^^^ raw* puKR." tV»°RM2^«t r ' ' *' 1 ■ ' ' " SJnTtt''*"' ' ' . S?R1 "s ™^KS 7Z~", Brei,a^,mi,^"c'i,o7;^cka;,^?- ^B^^t^T^i'^B ES^HRSH ceToved ^ha^ol' >™i?SM\^""at:' 1> * oiu'j i'p ! p ' * ° Norci^'El^i^°^yhDmpd5liKr mray'^ zU'J.''°ykt>-l°2 * "' 'T. '\ZTl 'RaK°~'j ^""o"." '™i *m" Ood l<l»S» how niuth I mlu hir, 'J ?! i'xaa^lrir'^'l^lvr\,a!''hmi. ^''"^"'min'^'tind rieho'i"? T° ^° f ^^Tr11 ^ fph* L '"!»' S " T-.,J-r, .J?. P.?.?™,n l.;;r^?,l, ,S Mlchosl ord Anthony VI. Mcska Jr. of Joan L. Javp;, r , r <, - 4 1 d r'\''r'1' 1'rl 3 '.'.''' e'.. / "■,," l,ol5,''oae rt°V.Vtiifls "nr'e f r Ci W c n o' I j„> e ,e i ^ tT^rTTTT Chords T° Pl^'v3'- Som iu"™! iSi. o^r.lrSy ol »\: J. i ol SI. ll rLWKI»l» 11 f,\t"]l "T'p^,'. Trc<B IWY t^^/Tip Vp.r^**" K,°f 0"dj] Member. FTD 372.7554 1 ^;fl\^\;^^A-^ m , , lovrd one. «».. M»l„ H.I-CM »tt*t.d j ..- t Clu - CpiKi-nv, oi cpti ... rm k Mory Kclllo. «h» drrnr'rd iron- ll-s llie I Flml Oniim — {tt Fle*tn I vnlojt. Building 7J, Aporlmtnl JH. threa years ojo loday. A;- I !. '' .:. —L—-^ m "I™?! *ic Jo i e e 5 F lAodvs 0 o'" ''' "'o'd'sl C' I ^'l" '' " " ^I'^f^'^i^^K^'^'^ r?pN? hlr^Smr l Memory ^ond *Us« |Ho,'t« I cuotleMIOT, d.te, Moll to 1 l-,e"°"'r^niiii°h. <?rM»J^. ii!is Tell her how moth i r-dsi k,r I Po.t-Tel.f.oni. 4 10 Strst. St.. \\ ■! ,;;ja„7»'e e yjat sidly9' missed by Ter nLVtand, ml.rj ^rldjeport. Con., ««•«. ;| , Good0 Shepherd: SMllon, d Ih 'iht Revs w^^mmm^mmmmmm^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^ -c-joh ll-e r-j^eral r,:me l-t n,r ri-o, ,1 Vasll iYllzii Vnsil Mini, SB. of Building 111, Marina Village, died yr^terrlny In Bridgeparl hospital. -,', ie tad- place Friuny e. -er eiank Pnlke nnd 'a.m Inn i il kaere. S-',il l-'airlic'al ,-iyeia e with lhe Rev. Slepkne l-'eica, pastor of El. Dimilrl'j Runinninn OrfhodiiK church of flclallnR Burial will be in Lake cemetery. '1 .eynyna r,a-virc- ivi',1 takr p,|,u e Mr.ipl-.l :d B n el. in die fi: ncral home. Tohn GrcRgns Lanirin sjieirgos nt Mam street 'Valaa.' of John <di enpra died yes tcrriJjy i-i till sKle hospital. will take | hee calm day at B a.m. in the n ypadae- i inn and den teeera, aaay , d'ad Washinp,lon aveuue, and al 9 o'clock in Holy Jiosary church with a requiem Moss. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery, Born in Ozieri Sardinia, Italy, Mrs. Grcggos had resided in Bridgeport fur G9 years. She. hnd been a member of the Holy Mi vara society and St. Joseph society. Survivors; arc four won, Peler rireyy s :>[ Seymour, and John liree.k.d. ,-laieus Cra.eyie; anil Ihomas l.reggos, all of Bridge-porl; n daughter, Mrs, Wrny Lungi uf llridiccpurl; a brother a-ill . anyi i al Saidnaa a vivlur Me ekumella ! a em e,i ;:.-,r,.k nia; five grandchildren: seven :a'-g-.inil-,ald-ee., ana • evera nieces and nephews. v;;c Willow Bi oak cemetery. lis in charge of arrangements. Ifuheraiarrangements. with the Rev. Llac icr 1 in Hillside cemetery Ich'urch will recite the Rosary! with the Rev. Robert Singer.! The Willon funeral homo. M18 Thursday at Ii p m. in the funi ral mmisler of the kaston LMieyega Danbury road, is ir. charge of home. Burial Uhael't-cemelery,. St. Ida | t-'-a.-.l church, olficiatirg I will be private Be: in, I ho': Willow Monument Works, Inc. 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