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Obituaries 4B THE HARTFORD COURANT: Sunday, December 1, 1974 Leo Berns, 68, Dies; Area Baseball Player Mrs. Harry Wetstone Mrs. Evelyn Silver Wet-stone, 66, of Hollywood, Fla. and a summer resident of 29 Sequin Road, West Hartford, wife of Harry Wet-stone, died Saturday in West Hartford. Born in Hartford, she lived in the area many years before moving to Hollywood, several years ago. She was a member ot Emanuel Synagogue of West Hartford and a contributor to many Philanthropic organization. Besides her husband, she leaves a son, Marshall Wetstone of West Hartford; a brother, Henry Silver, and a sister, Mrs. Louise Reisler both of West Hartford; and four grand three brothers, Fred Berns of New Haven, Judge Simon Bernstein of Bloomfield and Irving Bernstein of West Hartford; six sisters, Mrs. Louis Eve Black of New Haven, Mrs. Norman Shaye Rosenfield of Putnam, Mrs. Lewis Rose Dunn, Mrs. Leonard Ruth DuBoff, Mrs. Alexander Bea Cherlin and Mrs. William Ann Libman all of West Hartford; three grandchildren. The funeral will be Monday at 1 p.m. in Stephen Wise Synagogue, 30 West 68th New York City. Burial will be in New York. Memorial service will be today in the Riverside Chapel, 76th Street and Amsterdam Avenue from 7 to 9 p.m. Robert Brewer Sr. Robert Brewer 53, of 18 Warner died Saturday at the Veteran's Administration Hospital in Newington. He was born in Houl-ton, Maine and lived in Hartford 13 years. He worked at the University of Hartford as a boiler man. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Beatrice Shaw Brewer, two sons; Robert Brewer of San Diego, and Dennis Brewer of Hartford, his mother, Leola S. Brewer, Houlton, Maine; two brothers, Elwood Brewer of Hartford and Forrest Brewer of Saco, Maine; two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Suit-ter, of Cary, Maine; and Mrs. Cynthia Esterbrook of Houlton, Maine, and a grandchild. Funeral: Tuesday, 11 a.m., Dillon Funeral Home, 53 Main St. The Rev. Raymond Clarke officiating. Burial. Soldiers Field Wilson. Calling hours: monday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Carl E. Carlson Carl Eric Carlson, 85, of 10 Brightwood Lane, West Hartford, died Friday at St. Francis Hospital. Born in Sweden, he lived in West Hartford 50 years. He was formerly a painting contractor. He was a member of Emanuel Lutheran Church of Hartford. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Sonja Larson Carlson; a daughter, Mrs. Vivian Murkowicz of Windsor Locks; two sisters, Mrs. Hulda Lindelof in Sweden and Mrs. Minnie Johnson of Farmington; three grandchildren. The funeral: private, Tuesday, Taylor-Mo-deen Funeral Home, 136 S. Main West Hartford. Burial: convenience of the family. Calling hours: none. Memorial donations: Memorial Fund. Emanuel Lutheran Church. Mrs. Hazel M. Baird Mrs. Hazel Muriel Baird, 53. of 341 Jordan Lane. Wethersfield, formerly of Hartford, died Friday at a local convalescent home. Born in Methuen, Mass, she lived in Wethersfield 24 years and Hartford 27 years. She was a member ot St. James Episcopal Church, Hartford. She leaves a son, David N. Baird of Hartford; a daughter, Claudia E. Mrs. Margaret Concannon Mrs. Margaret Cosgrove Concannon, 81, of Ballina-mona, County Galway, Ireland, wijdow of Patrick Concannon, died Friday at home. She lived in Ireland all her life. She leaves three sons, Timothy Concannon of Ireland; John Concannon, James Concannon both of West Hartford; four daughters, Mrs. Ellen Kennedy, Mrs. Ma'ry Egan, Mrs. Margaret Kyne all of Ireland and Mrs. Delia D'Alesandris of Newington; 16 grandchildren ajid a sister, Mrs. Mary Lavery of West Hartford. The funeral and burial will be in Ireland. George Baisden George Baisden, 82, of 146 Wooster died Friday at the state Veterans Home and Hospital, Rocky Hill. Born in Lacrosse, he lived in Hartford 50 years. He was an Army veteran of World War I. He was a former employe of the Woodbury Glass of East Hartford. He leaves a sister, Mrs. Clara Hickman of Hartford. The funeral: Monday, 1 p.m., James Funeral Home, 2016 Main preceded by prayers at 151 Cleveland at 12:30 p.m. Burial: Soldier's Field, Wilson. Calling hours: today, 7 to 8 p.m. Paul A. Maronn Paul August Maronn, 69, of 91 Monroe died Saturday at home. Born in Broitz, Germany, he lived in Hartford 22 years. Before retiring in 1970, he worked for 15 years at the Pratt Whitney Machine Tool Division of Colt Industries of West Hartford. He was a member of Christ Lutheran Church. Hartford, and a member of the Hartford Saengerbund. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Ottilie Jaeck Maronn; two sons, Joachim Maroon and Siegfried Maronn both of Hartford; two brothers and three sisters in Germany and two grandchildren. The funeral: Tuesday, a.m., Christ Lutheran Church, Hartford, with the Rev. Elmer P. F. Drey-er officiating. Burial: Cedar Hill Cemetery, Hartford. Calling hours: none. Memorial donations: charity. The Taylor and Modeen Funeral Home, 136 S. Main West Hartford, is in charge of arrangements. Frank Snyder Frank Snyder, 79, of 10137 Pelham Road, Allen Park. formerly of Manchester, died Saturday in Allen Park. Born in Philadelphia, Pa. he lived in Manchester 20 years before moving to Michigan 3' years ago. He was a retired driver for Associated Transport Inc. He was a member of the Teamsters Union Local No. 671. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Janet Brownstein Snyder; two sons, Maurice Snyder and Isaac Snyder both of Manchester; two daughters, Mrs. Arnold Seligson of Allen Park, and Mrs. Eli Rutchick of Manchester; a brother, David Snyder of Miami Beach, Fla; three sisters, Mrs. Sarah Brettschneider and Mrs. Sophie Gitlin both of Miami, and Mrs. Ida Gilbert of Hi-aleah, Fla; and 10 grandchildren. The funeral: Monday, 2 p.m.. at the graveside in Temple Beth Sholom Memorial Park, Manchester, with Rabbi Leon Wind and Cantor Israel Tabatsky officiating. Memorial week will be observed at the home of his son, Maurice Snyder, 53 Milford Road, Manchester. Memorial donations: Temple Beth Sholom. Manchester. The Weinstein Mortuary, 640 Farmington is in charge of George M. Byus George Michael Bvus. 58, of 294 Ellington Road, East Hartford, died Friday in Lincoln, R.I. Born in Swede-land, he lived in East Hartford 25 years. Befor retiring in 1973 he was employed by Pratt Whitney Aircraft Division of United Aircraft East Hartford, where he worked 28 years. He was a communicant of St. Mary's Church, East Hartford. He was a fourth-degree member of the Bishop McMahon General Assembly, Knights of Columbus and a third-degree member of the Rev. John A. Fleming Council, KofC, of Glastonbury. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Alfrieda Grock-owski Byus; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Dudas of Swede-land, and Mrs. Elizabeth Cenci of Phoenixville, Pa. The funeral: Wednesday, 8:15 a.m., D. E. Moore's Funeral Home, 16 E. First Conshohock-en, Mass of Christian Burial, Our Mother of Sorrows Church, Conshohocken, at 9 a.m. Burial: Calvary Cemetery, Conshohocken, Calling hours: Moore's Funeral Home, Tuesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. The Callahan Funeral Home, 1602 Main East Hartford, will have calling hours today, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Edward J. Laragy Mrs. Sarah Stratton Laragy, of 31 Woodland died Saturday at St. Francis Hospital. She lived in the Hartford area all her life. She leaves her. husband, Edward J. Laragy; a son, Michael E. Laragy of Washington Grove, Md; two daughters, Mrs. Robert G. Waitkus of Madison and Mrs. Robert L. MacGranor of Andover; a sister, Mrs. Thomas O'Hara of Wethersfield; 12 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. The funeral: Monday, 10 a.m., Cathedral of St. Joseph. Calling hours: none. Burial: Mt. St. Benedict-Cemetery, Bloomfield. Memorial donations: Newington Home for Crippled Children. The Molloy Funeral Home, 906 Farmington West Hartford, is in charge of arrangements. Anthony F. Urban Anthony Frank Urban, 81, of 16 Allen Windsor, died Saturday at home. Born in Lithuania, he lived in Hartford many years before moving to Windsor 20 years ago. He was employed at the Emhart Manufacturing many years until his retirement. He was an Army veteran of World War I. He was a communicant of St. Gertrude's Church, Windsor. He had served as past commander of the Frederick Sabonis Post No. 7 American Legion. He was a member of the St. John Evangelist Lithuanian Society of Hartford and the Lithuanian Legion of America. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Helen Brundza Petraszunas Urban. The funeral: Monday, 9:15 a.m., Merwin, Leek Sheehan Funeral Home, 35 Poquonock Windsor; Mass of Christian Burial. St. Gertrude's Church, Windsor at 10 a.m. Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery, Poquonock, with military honors. Calling hours: none. Mrs. J.M. DesChenei Mrs. Josephine Marien DesChenes, 98, of the Jefferson House, Seymour died Saturday. Born in Canada, she lived in Hartford 60 years. Before retiring, she worked for Hartford Hospital and was a member of the Hartford Hospital Auxiliary and the Ladies of St. Ann's Society. She leaves a son, George DesChenes of Hartford, a grandson and two creat-erandchildren. Mrs. William F. Shea Mrs. Alberta Tucker Shea, 67, wife of William F. Shea, of 509 Prospect Wethersfield, died Saturday at a local convalescent hospital. Born in Tariff ville, she lived in Wethersfield more than 24 years. She worked at Aetna Life and Casualty 30 years before retiring in 1955. She was a former member of the Horace Bushnell Congregational Church, past president of the Women's Association of the church and former corresponding secretary of the State Association of Congregational Women. She was also a member of the Hartford Women's Club. The funeral: Tuesday, 10 a.m., Richard W. Sheehan Funeral Home, 1084 New Britain West Hartford, with the Rev. William Zito officiating. Burial: Old Wethersfield Cemetery, Old Wethersfield. Calling hours: Monday, 7 to 9 p.m. Memorial contributions: Newington Children's Hospital, Newington. Thomas F. Hoben Thomas Francis Hoben, 77 Glenbrook Road, West Hartford, died Saturday. He lived in Hartford all his life. He was vice president of the Edwin Taylor Lumber having been with them 54 years. He was a member of the Msgr. Callahan Council of the Knights of Columbus, the City Club of Hartford, the Country Club of Avon, the Purchasing Agents of Connecticut and he was a communicant of St. Mark the Evangelist Church in West Hartford. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Theresa McCue Hoben, and one nephew, John J. Hoben Jr. of Hartford. The Funeral: Monday, 9:30 a.m., the Ahern Funeral Home, 180 Farmington Mass of Christian Burial in the Church of St. Mark the Evangelist at 10 a.m. Burial: Mt. St. Benedict Cemetery in Bloomfield. Calling hours today, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Clifford A. Odin Clifford A. Odin, 77, of 1156 Farmington West Hartford, died Saturday at the state Vetarans Home and Hospital, Rocky Hill. Born in New Britain, he lived in West Hartford 33 years. He was a member of St. James' Episcopal Church, West Hartford. He was a Navy veteran of World War I. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Louise Hofer Odin; a daughter, Mrs. James Mclntyre of West Hartford; two brothers, John Odin of Santa Monica, and Harold Odin of Hartford; a sister, Ethel Odin of New Britain; three granddaughters. The funeral: Monday, 1 p.m., Taylor-Modeen Funeral Home, 136 S. Main West Hartford with the Rev. Gerald Riley officiating. Burial: Fairview Cemetery, West Hartford. Calling hours: none. Memorial donations: Hayes Vel-hage Post No. 96, West Hartford, for the Rocky Hill Veterans Hospital Auxiliary. Mrs. May K. Davis Mrs. May Kerwin Davis, 88, of 705 New Britain Thursday at a local Nursing home. She lived in the Hartford area all her life. She leaves her husband Harold Davis. The funeral: Monday, 1:30 p.m., chapel of the Immanuel Congregational Church, Hartford, with the Rev. Robert Edwards officiating. Burial: Cedar Hill Cemetery. Calling hours: none. Pratt Funeral Home, 71 Farmington is in charge of Mrs. Dudley S. Ingraham Mrs. Helga Jestinsky Ingraham, 64, of South Street, Litchfield, wife of Dudley S. Ingraham, a trustee of the Hartford Art School, died in Charlotte Hungerford Hospital in Torrirgton Saturday. She was born in Montreal. She was a teacher in the Bristol school system from 1929 to 1943. She came to Litchfield from Bristol in 1964. Besides her husband, she leaves a daughter, Mrs. Laura I. Samponaro of Litchfield; a brother, Dr. H. B. Jestin of Farmington; a sister, Mrs. Charles J. Stofko of Edina, and three grandchildren. Calling hours: none. Funeral: Tuesday, 2 p.m., First Congregational Church of Litchfield. Burial: at the convenience of the family. Donations: Litchfield Historical Society or the Oliver Wolcott Library. Arrangements: Sepples Funeral Home, West Street, Litchfield. Mrs. Norman D. Frechette Mrs. Alice L. Frechette, 56, of 58 Brian Road South Windsor, wife of Norman D. Frechette, died in Boston Friday. Born in Hartford, she lived in South Windsor the last 15 years. She was a timekeeper at Pratt Whitney Aircraft Division of United Aircraft East Hartford until two years ago. Besides her husband, she leaves two sisters, Mrs. Corinne Tolumbaum of Hallandale, and Mrs. Cathryn Proccacino of New Britain. Funeral: Monday 10:30 a.m., at the Rose Hill Funeral Home, 580 Elm Rocky Hill. Burial: Rose Hill Memorial Park. Calling hours: today 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Catherine McNamara Miss Catherine C. McNamara, formerly of 18 Gilbert New Britain, died Saturday in a New Britain convalescent home. She lived in New Britain all her life. Miss McNamara was a retired employe of the Stanley Works, New Britain. She was a member of St. Mary's Church, New Britain. She leaves two sisters, Mrs. Nora Burns of New Britain and Mrs. Agnes Coughlin of Rocky Hill. The funeral: Monday, 8:15 a.m., Haffey-Lyons Funeral Home, 60 Winter New Britain; 9 a.m. St. Mary's Church. Burial: St. Mary's Cemetery. Calling hours: today, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Edward J. Bartus Edward J. Bartus, 63, of 453 Commonwealth New Britain, died at home Saturday. He lived in New Britain all his life. Mr. Bartus retired from Stanley Tools, New Britain, eight years ago. He was a member of Holy Cross Church, New Britain. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Annamae Krzyn-owek Bartus; two sons, Paul E. Bartus and George E. Bartus, both of New Britain; a daughter, Diana Bartus Majocha of New Britain, and three sisters, Lottie Bartus and Mrs. Helen Leonard, both of New Britain, and Mrs. Elizabeth Tanguay of Newington. The funeral: Tuesday at a time to be announced by New Britain Memorial Funeral Home, 444 Farmington New Britain. Burial: Sacred Heart Cemetery, New Brit-ain. Funeral The funeral of F. Warren Anderson of 25J Congress Manchester, who died Tuesday in his home, is today at 11 a.m. in Holmes Funeral Home, 400 Main Manchester. Burial: veterans section. East Cemetery, Manchester. Memorial donations: American Cancer Society. In Thursday's Courant, an obituary incorrectly pve the residence of his daughter, Jane Carol Anderson. She is a Virginia resident. children. The funeral: today, 11:30 a.m., Weinstein Mortuary, 640 Farnungton Hartford, with Rabbi Howard D. Singer and Cantor Arthur Kcret officiating. Burial: Emanuel Synagogue Cemetery, Wethersfield. Memorial donations: charity. The family will receive friends at the home of her son, Marshall Wetstone, 42 Old Oak Road, West Hart-lord, today and Monday. William E. Nielsen William E. Nielsen, 78, of Tarpon Springs, Fla. died Saturday at St. Francis Hospital. Born in Meriden, he lived in Newington 15 years, moving to Florida 14 years ago. He was employed for 25 years by the Underwood Typewriter Hartford, retiring 14 years ago. lie was a former memeber of the Church of Christ Congre-gational. Newington, and a member of the Danish Brotherhood of America. Lodge 314. of Hartford. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Elien Hinchliffe Nielsen; a daughter, Mrs. Richard Wethertil of Newington; a brother, Charles Nielsen of St. Petersburg, Fla; three sisters, Mrs. Tena Fntchard of Meriden. Mrs. Fiances Nelson of Cromwell and Hulda Nielsen of Middletown: two grandchildren. The funeral Tuesday. 11 a.m., Newington Memorial Funeral Home. 20 Bor.air Ave ington. with the Rev Arnold W. Tozer officiating. Buriul: Walnut Grove Cemetery, Meriden. Calling hours. Monday, 7 to 9 p.m Mrs. Maurice J. English Mrs. Mary Prendergast English. 74, ot 98 Crescent Drive, East Hartford, died Friday at St. Francis Hospital. Horn in Carrick-On-Suir, Ireland, she lived in East Harttord 14 years She was a communicant of Blessed Sacrament Chuich, East Hartford, and a member of the Ladies Guild. She leaves her husband, Maurice J. English; two daughters, Mrs. Mary J. MacLeod of Windsor and Mrs. Catherine Ann Poehler of Frankfurt, Germany; eight grandchildren. The luneral: Monday, 8:15 a.m., Newkirk and Whitney Funeral Home. 313 Burnside East Hartford. Mass of Christian Bur-ial in St. Christopher Church. East Hartford, at 9 a.m. Burial: St. Mary Cemetery, East Hartford. Calling hours: today, 7 to 9 m. CATERING Immediate Service For All Occasions COFAGO CATERERS 242-5521 Leo J. Berns, 68, of New York City, a former semi-professional baseball player, died Saturday at Memorial Sloan Kettering Institute, New York City. He was born in Hartford and lived here for 18 years. He attended Hartford public schools and the accounting school of New York University. Mr. Berns played baseball for the Frog Hollow Senators and the Savitt Gems. He also served as manager for Lerner shops in Houston, Milwaukee, Providence, R.I., and New York City. At the time of his death he was president of the mens club at the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in New York City. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Julie H. Berns; a daughter, Mrs. Michael Abrahams of New Jersey; a son, jay Berns of Long Island, N.Y.; Condition Called Satisfactory For Woman NORWICH- Sherri Charles Charles, 19, was reported in satisfactory condition the intensive care unit Saturday in William W. BAckus Hospital, after being found in her wrecked car off Rts. 2 and 149 Thursday. Miss Charles had been pinned in her car for two nights of freezing temperatures before she was found by two passersby 42 hours after her car plunged 100 feet down an enbankment. J. Albert Hitz, Ex-Insurance Executive, Dies WINDHAM J. Albert Hitz, 66. of North Road, New England divisional manager of the Equitable Life Assurance Co. of Hartford until his retirment last year, died Saturday in Windham Community Memorial Hospital. Mr. Hitz was born in New York City. He served in the Navy during World War II. He was employed by the Equitable Life Assurance Co. tor 30 years before retiring. He leaves his wife Mrs. Elizabeth Cole Hitz; two brothers, Clinton B. Hitz of Floral Park, N.Y., and Russell C. Hitz of Cape Porpoise, Maine; and a sister, Mrs. Marjorie Hendrickson of Nutley, N.J. The funeral is Thursday at 2 p.m. in Windham Congregational Church. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. There are no calling hours. Potter Funeral Home, 456 Jackson is making arrangements. Memorial donations may be made to a charity. Holiday Toll Reaches 375 Tbe ASSOCIATED PRESS The Thanksgiving holiday highway death toll climbed to 375 early today. Deaths CMOIMSKI. In Hfr4 Howia Nov li. I74 rv Lana N'owkz cnointfci, of 1 Litton St Hrord Funeral wven t'll nnd Monday HIDi" tram tht Itwtki Funeral Horn. JM Map Ave wit a Rtqu'em Mign Maw a Si Cyril anaMerftoautCnurceTt Buna iM be Ceaar Hut Cemetery Harriot. FrnH may tall at lunar heme Swnoav from 2 la 4 and 7 C4VAL0TTI la Hartford Moyember Jt i7 Anueie Caeorti 1061 Cac'o Ae, formerly of Manctietter, Conn Funeral teryicet Monoey. at am from the Fitette Fwrei Home, S-tvon Ave tti a matt of burial in tne Crijrc of Our Lady at Sorrow a Win Bjr.e Mt. St. 8neoct't Cemetery. Ca'ltna fcourt e'e toeay from ana 7 am MaatlLA. In Hertford November I. I7 rei Paoereiia, hutband ot Lucy (Meth-eitfcoj Paparatia ot at tvexcori St Funeral anonoay at IS a from tht Etooe Funeral CnaaH Z3S Werner-hn4 Ave Matt of Chrit'ien Buna) at a'etocfc Cerpvt Chrtfe Church the id Buri la Mt St Benedict Cemetery nendt may can at the chapel today from 14 and 0 In Memoriae lovrng memory eur mother, Cetumba IX I wno ayt a ipvad and renmtwrod can. An. ang Fr I Ex-Official Of Organ YlYTd Dies Percival Stark, 81, of 35 Prospect Bloomfield, retired vice president and treasurer of the Austin Organ Co. of Hartford, died Friday at home. Born in Stamford, he lived in Bloomfield most of his life. He was employed by the Austin Organ Co. for 50 years, retiring six years ago. He was a graduate of Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N.J., and he was former trustee and deacon of the First Congregational Church of Bloomfield. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Beulah Merriman Stark; a son, Clifford D. Stark of Woodstock; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Hubbard of Colorado Springs, and Mrs. Helen Hubbard of Norwich; a brother, Brayton Stark of Granville, Ohio; five grandchildren and a great granddaughter. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Westminster Presbyterian Church, West Hartford. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. There are no calling hours. Memorial donations may be made to the Heart Fund or charity. The Taylor Modeen Funeral Home, 12 Seneca Road. Bloomfield, is in charge of arrangements. Weather, Tides Government Forecast Local: Cloudy and windy today, high temperature today in the 30s. Snow or sleet developing tonight and probably changing to rain before ending Monday. Temperatures tonight and Monday mostly in the 30s. Probability of precipitation two in 10 today, increasing to eight in 10 tonight. State: Goudy and windy today. Snow and sleet developing tonight. Temperature today in the 30s. Temaeritwrt Summary tar Nev. a m. a.m. I p.m. Temp (ofl F) 24 Del. Humidity 2 il Bar. Prat at 30 4 41 30 17 Based on data to I nigh, at 1 low, II at 30 mean, 2e, normal, 14, degree dayt, 19. Hign year ego, 41, km, 31 record high this date. 133. Record low ttv data, II in Hignett Temp, tinea Jan. I. 7. Lowett Temp, tinea Jan -S. Accumulated departure from normal fhi montn, through Mo. J. -3. Total degree dayt tinea Sept. through Nov. 3. I IS? Oegree dayt tame period lest year, I 034 normal degree dayt tame period t.ltl. Total degree dayt tnit month, through Nov 7, tt Normal degree tfavt tame period. MO. Praciattahea Summary To 4 Thit month through Nov. It, It mchet Normal trt month, 4 33 mrhet Total from Jan I through No. 7t 34 mchet. For tame period latl year, 42 11 inchet. 4 41 37 70 41 SO 13 30 IS 3e ts as os as 40 32 40 32 SO 32 to SI 40 33 Atlanta Botton Bute Chrtttn SC Chicago Clvno Detroit Hanoi Houtton Houston noncit Let Vegat LAngewt Mam MtrtnpH NO leant Pn.iedei tvtiod Me FTTtnd Ore St LOuft Slem Cr ifrtcm Tampa Mretrhngtsa Mtta rs Conn oiiear tage at a m. 4 feat. Tmet Oac. H4 M-a Law Af flaw leadea a it am 14 IS am 4 01 am 4 SI am At Wyhrwwi Hit am II 4Sm 4 4t am 3 am At New Navoa 12 02 S4 am am Cost of traveling has in- creased more than 13 per cent over i yt3T ago. Baird of Hartford; her father, Norman Gordon of Wethersfield, and a brother Randall Gordon of Enfield. The funeral: Monday. 11 a.m., Taylor and Modeen Funeral Home, 136 S. Main West Hartford, with the Rev. Donald Ellwood officiating. Burial: Soldier Field. Wilson. Calling hours: today, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs. Kenneth D. Lord Sr. Mrs. Alice Bramelv Lord, 59. of Hampton, N.H.. died Friday at Exeter Hospital, N.H. Born in West Hartford, she lived in Hampton, N.H. 31 years. She was employed by the Travelers Insurance Cos. for 10 years. She was a member of the Elmwood Community Church. She leaves her husband, Kenneth D. Lord three sons, Kenneth Lord Ronald Lord and David Lord all of Hampton, N.H.; a brother, Frank Bramley of Hancock, N.H.; a sister, Mrs. Eleanor Bramley Wuelfing of West Hartford; and a granddaughter. The funeral: Monday. 11 a.m., Remick Funeral Home, Hampton. HEART ASSOCIATION OF GREATER HARTFORD Cratefully fully A bilge Atknou Memorki, 310 Colli Hartford 29 w. main st downtown MYSTIC near the bridge ample parking A A Ma Ijfbe a mm 3 fig Ben The Ie and shop the 1 THE DIGITAL from CURUUEL MASTER The funeral: Tuesday, 8:15 a.m., Fisette Funeral Home, 20 Sisson Ave. Hartford; Mass of Christian Burial, Church of St Ann's at 9 Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery, Fitchburg, Mass. 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