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BRIDGEPORT SUNDAY POST, DECEMBER 8, 1957 C--FIFTEEN OBITUARY Francis E. Jennings . , Services will lake place Tues day for Francis Ellsworth Jen riings, of 42 Lindley street, who -died yesterday in the Stratfori Chronic Convalescent hospital ·^·He was a : native of Roberts Ville, and had resided in Shelton '· 19 years before moving to Bridge port 25 years ago. ;· The services will be conducted . . a t : ' 2 p. m. in the James T " Tooliey funeral home, 92 Howe avenue, Shelton, with the Rev Herman , L. Noyes, of Shelton ··;· Baptist (Ihurch, officiating. Buria 'wiii b e ' i n Riverside cemetery Shelton. 'While in Shelton, he Was em the R. K. Bassett com ; ; party; and was employed for the past 30 years in the Hawie Manu: fa"cturing company here. He retired four years ago. · ;He is survived by three sons, ·.Wilbur Jennings, of Trumbull; " : i'°JohH"'H. Jennings, of Southbury; George W. Jennings, of Milford; three daughters, Mrs; Esther . '-.Cadoret, of Shelton; Mrs. Edna " Huggins. of Shelton;.- and Mrs. Dorothy Wheeler, of.''HaWthorhe, N. f.; one brother, William Jennings., of Oxford; three sisters, Mrs.'Eva tiangcll, of BloomfieM: ''Mrs.'Carrie Sharpe, of North Haven; and Mrs. Florence Smith , .·pf':Bloomfield; 11 grandchildren 'and'15 great grandchildren. J. Emil Berg r . J V E m i l Berg; 90, formerly of Wheeler Park road, Fairfield, died yesterday in Golden Heights Convalescent hospital. He had served 40 years as sexton of St. John's Episcopal church. · : Services will take place Tues ' d a v at. 2:30 p.m. in the Salem Lutheran church, with the Rev. ' C a r y l V. B?nspn, Pastor, officiating, Burial will be in Mountain · Grove cemetery. The Larson 'funeral horne, 416 Wood avenue, is in charge of arrangements. ' ! Born in! Sweden, Mr. Berg had been a resident of Bridgeport more than 60 years. A member of the Salem Lutheran church, he w,as active in most of its organizations. : He was also a member of. Btenda Sture lodge, 7, VOA, and th .eHundredmen society. · -He is survived fay a brother, A'mandus P. Anderson, of Hartford; "two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Lundgren and Miss Augusta Anderson, both of Sweden; and sev- .eral hieces and nephews. Sidney W. Morris. Jr. Sidney W. Morris, jr., 82, 737 Lafayette slteet,' a retire elevator operator witn Bridgi port Fabrics, Inc^ died suddenl yesterday in his home. Services will take place Tues day at 2 p.m. in the George P Potter and Son funeral home, 88 Fairfield avenue. The Rev. Elwy B. Chancy, pastor of the South port Congregational church, \vl officiate, and burial will be i Oaklawn cemetery, Fairfield. Mr. Morris is survived by a son Frederic S. Morris, of Clinto Corners, N. Y. Dr. Everett S. Osterbanks WILTON, Dec. 7--Services wi take place Monday for Dr. Ever ett Smith Osterbanks, 81, of Drum Hill road, a retired dentist, who died Friday in ;Norwalk hospital where he was admitted Monday as a medical patient. They will be conducted at xm. in the Raymond funera lome, 5 East Wall street, Nor walk, with the Rev. Barton Bovee, pastor of the Norwalk Meth odist church, officiating. Buria will he in Riverside cemetery. Dr. Osterbanks was born In Bed 'ord, N. Y. and practiced in Nor walk until his retirement abou 20 years ago. He is survived by daughter Mrs. Harry S. Jennings of Wilton a son, G. Lawrence Osterbarik of Newtown;-a grandson and se'v eral nieces and nephews. Mrs. Bartholomew Trasacco NEW HAVEN, Dec. 7 -- Mrs Felice Padula Trasacco, of 17 East avenue, widow of Bartholomew Trasacco and mother o Mrs. Minnie Caruso, of Stratford died Friday in her home. Private services will take place omorrow at 8:30 a.m. in the 3eecher and Bennet funera lome, 100 Broadway, and a re quiem high Mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock in St. Law rence church. Burial will be in St. Lawrence cemetery. In addition to her daughter VIrs. Caruso is survived by two other daughters, Mrs. Stella Polo vith whom she resided, and Mrs Mary Olenik, of North Haven; and tiro sons, Anthony and Pai Trasacco, both of New Haven. Mrs. William A. Schnabel, Sr. BETHEL, Dec. 7 -- Mrs. Kath. :rine Turner Schnabel, 70, wife if William A. Schnabel, Sr., of 10 tossy Plain street,'died Friday 'Miss Julia S. Hegarly ' Miss Julia S. Hegarty, of 92jwhlle visiting relatives in War Lewis street, sister of the late]TM, N. Y. Mrs. Thomas Gerrity, died yes · terday in Hillside Hospital; Services will take place Tues day at 8:30 a.m. in the Lieberum .-·and' Hfeaphy funeral home, 86B " Lafayette street, and at 9 o'clock in 'Sacred Heart church with a solemn high Mass .of requiem '.·Burial will be in St. Michael's cem'etery. ' 1 Born in New York city, Miss Hegarty was a .resident of Bridgeport many yciars, and a member ' otj the Council of Catholic Wo- ir\en. She is survived by a sister, Mrs ' John Clark, of 3ridgeport, and several nephews and nieces, among-'Whom is Miss Helen Gerrity, a teacher at Hallen school. Max Sena Sena, 70, . formerly Bridgeport, operator of a tourisi home in St. Petersburg, Fla., died . yesterday in St. Petersburg. Services .will take place at a time to be announced in the A. '"L. Green funeral home, 02V Grand street. Rabbi Alexander Adams,, of Congregation Bikur Choiim, will .officiate, and burial will be in Loyalty cemetery. Mr. Sena moved to Florida from Bridgeport 10 years ago. He was a past. grand of Loyalty lodge, 58, IOOF, a past district deputy of the IOOF, a past district deputy of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut. Independent Order of Odd Fellows, and a member of the · Knights of Pythias. " He is .survived by his wife, Mrs Sarah Sena; and three daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Danzig and Mrs. Florence Geld, both of Bridgeport, and Mrs, Dinah Fallick, of North Miami Beach, Fla. Henry Cronin Services-for Henry Cronin, 65, ers. Bearers .of 41 Englewood avenue, who died Thursday were conducted yester- :. day in St. Patrick's church where a solemn requiem Mass was celebrated, Burial was in St. Joseph's cemetery, Winsted. The Rev. Thomas P. Guinan was celebrant, assisted by the Rev. James H. Grady, deacon, and the Rev. Edward F. Doyle, sub-deacon. The Rev. Alvin .Jrjughes read the committal pray- were Ralph Cross, : McDOnneII, Richard Kie- .,l«y, Stephen Rahrig, Albert McCarra, v and George Balog. Mrs. Natalie Bolbotowski Mrs. Natalie Blaszczyk Bolbotowski, 64, of 511 Berkshire avenue, an employs of the Fairfield State hospital, Newtown, died suddenly yesterday in her home. Services will take place Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. in the Radozycki funeral home, 305 Pulaski street, '·and at"9 o'clock in the Church of ... SI; Michael the Archangel, with ·3''solemn-high Mass of requiem. Burial will be in St. Michael's, cemetery. . Mrs, ' Bolbotowski is survived by two sons, Chester Bolbotowski, of Bridgeport, and Anthony Matszczyk, of New York city; a sister, Mrs. Jadwiga Leoniak, of Services will take place Monday at 2 p.m. in the Bethel funera home, 215 Greenwood avenue. The Rev. Russell H. Milnes, pastor, o the First Congregational church will officiate, and burial will be in Elmwood cemetery. Born in-Redding, July .20, 1887 a daughter of the late Mr. anc Mrs. Michael Turner, Mr. anc Mrs. Schnabel would have celebrated their golden wedding anniversary May 25. Mrs. Schnabel was active i» programs of the First Congregational* church ol Bethel. Surviving, in addition to her husband, are four sons, William A. Schnabel, Jr., Francis R. and John Schnabel, all of Bethel, and Robert Schnabel, of Florida; nine jrandchildren; three brothers, Vlichael Turner, of Passaic, N. J.; Richard, of Bridgeport, and Joseph Turner, of Ansonia; two sisters, Mrs. Warren Pemburn and Mrs. Helen Rogers, both of Norwalk. A daughter, Mrs.iArthur E. Taylor, of Bethel, died July 6 Mrs. Arnold B. Clausing DANBURY, Dec. 7--Mrs. Anne O'Reilly Clausing, 48, w i f e of Arnold B. Clausing, died at 10:55 a. m. today in her home, 410 Vlain street, after an illness of several months. Services will lake place Tuesday at a time to be annonuced in the Cornelius Delury Memorial, 111 Main srreet, and in St. Joseph.'s church with a,solemn ligh Mass of requiem. Burial will be in St. Peter's cemetery. A native of Wingdale, N. Y.; Mrs. Clausing ,was a resident of Danbury most of her life. A gradate of Danbnry high school and the College of New Rochelle, N. Y., she recently was employed as a teacher in St. Joseph's paro- :hial school here. She was a member of St. Joseph's Guild. She is survived, in addition to ler husband, by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O.'Jleilly of Dan- jury; two daughters, Mrs. David Aubin of Vernon, Conn., and Miss Joan Clausing of Danbury; two jrandchildren; two brothers, Dr. Martin O'Reilly of Danbury and David 6'Rei/iy of Utica, N.Y., ,nd a sister, Miss Gladys O'Reilly of Cranford, N.J. Miss Harriot.A. Naramore NEW HAVEN, Dec. 7. - Miss iarriet Avis Naramore, 62, a resident of the Hotel Garde, died ·riday in Hamden Convalescent lospital. Private services will take .place iere Monday, and burial wit! be n Oak Cliff cemetery, Derby. Born in Ansonia, daughter of he late Joseph W, Avis and Avis A. Wooster Naramore, Miss Naramore lived most of her life inNew laven. She was a member of the £ve Lear chapter, DAR, New iaven, and of the-New Haven colony, National Society of New .Bridgeport; children. and three grand- ft S. WESTON, 79, DIES IN WILll WILTON, Dec. 7-George Saun ders Wesfon Sr. 79, a retired Ne York .city real estate executivi died Friday in his home o Cheese Spring road, after a Ion illness. Services will take place Mon day at 2 p.m. in (lie Wilton Con gregational church with, the Re 1 Arthur E. Higgins, pastor, offl elating. Cremation will follow Arrangements are being made b he Bouton funeral home, George own.. · Mr. Weston was born in New York city, a son of the late Fran S. Weston, arid the late Jan Coley Weston, of Wilton. He wa summer resident of Wilto hroughout his childhood ani early adult years. He became i 'ear round resident and one o Villon's first commuters in 1910 For many years Mr. Westor erved as president of the Wilton listorical society and treasure I the Public Health Nursing as Delation. He was a member o he Wilton Congregational church He was in the real estate busi ness is New York 45 years, prio o his retirement four years ag because of illness. He had beei issociated with the firms of Wi! iam -A. White and .Malcolr Smith, Inc. In the early 1900s, h vas a member of Squadron A 4ew York National Guard. He is survived by his wife ithel Belts Weston; two sons George S. Weston, Jr., of New York city; and Norman Westo of Birmingham. Mich.; a daugh er, Mrs. Neltje W e*s t o n Va de Velde, of .Fort Sill, Okla.; irother, Frederic Weston, of Wi on; and six grandchildren. Vast, Walker . RIDGEFIELD, Dec. 7 -- Sen ces will take place Tuesday fo Vast Walker, 77, a retired bank er, who died Thursday of a cor onary occlusion in the horn' 1 n lis niece, Mrs. Harold Wright "aw Mill road. Mr. Walker's body was fount Friday by Mrs. Wright when she returned home from New York city. The services will be conducts n Jackson, Missouri, and buria will be in Goshen cemefery, Jack on. Mr. Walker, retired presiden 'f the Oak Ridge bank in Oak lidge. Mo., had lived in Ridge leld 13 years. He is survived by another niece, Miss Amy Nel layes of Riverdale, N.Y. He wa a member of the Moolah Temple Shrine in. S.t. Louis, Mo. and the Masonic lodge in Oak Ridge. William J. Boni MJLFORD, De,c. 7. -- Ser-vice: ill take place Tuesday fo William Joseph Boni, 59, of 12 Vest River street, retired presi ent of the White Motor Expres ompany of Bridgeport, who dice hursday in his Winter residence West Palm Beach, Fla. They will be conducted at 8:31 .m. in the George J. Smith anc funeral home, 135 Broac treet, and at 9 o'clock in St Gary's church where a solemn igh Mass of requiem will be cele- rated. Burial will be in St. Mary's emetery. ' Michael H. Brennan MILFORD, Dec. 7 -- Services r ill take place Tuesday for Michel H. Bresnan, of 792 East roadway, who died in the West laven Veterans' hospital THurs- ay after a long illness. He was le husband of Catherine Henessey Bresnan. The services will be conductec . 8:15 a.m. in the Cody-White uneral home, .107 Broad street, (lilted, and in St. Gabriel's hurch, with a solemn high Mass f requiem. Burial, with full mili- ary honors, will be in St. Mary's emetery, Milford. Mrs. William H. Allington NORWALK, Dec. 7 --Services ill take place Monday for Mrs. linnie P. Allington, 79, of Keeler venue, widow of William H. Mlington, who died Friday lorwalk hospital where she had een admitted earlier in the day. They will be conducted at 11 .m. in the Ganung funeral home, 4 South Main street with Dr. Edward H. Ehart, Jr., rector of jrace'Episcopal church, officiat- ng.- Burial will be in Norwalk emetery. Mrs. Allington, who was born n Switzerland, is survived by wo daughters, Mrs. Gary Gerer of Norwalk and Mrs. Harry ewkirk of Amerve, N. Y.; two ons, Joseph and Charles Alling- n, Norwalk; 12 grandchildren, nd' seven great-grandchildren. England Women. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. larrison A. Cornell, of Ossining, ·J. Y., a niece, Miss Greta A. Cornell, of Ossining, and a nephew, Joseph N. Cornell, of Pelham, N. Y. Mrs. Reginald Thorpe MILFORD, Dec. 7--Mrs. Irene adar Thorpe, 37, wife of Reginald Thorpe, of '765 New Haven avenue', died today in Milford hospital after an illness of more lhari a year. . Services will lake place Monday al 2 p.m. in the George J. Smith and Son funeral home, 135 Broad street, with the Rev. Herbert 0. Kelsey,. pastor of the Woodrnont Union church, officiating. Burial will be in Kings Highway cemetery. ' · Born in Fairfield, Mrs. Thorpe had resided in Milford 11 years. In addition to her husband, she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. John Magyar, Jr., of Fairfield, and Mrs. Sara K. Sembler, of Milford; a brother, Louis Kadar, of Pittsburgh, Pa.; and several nieces and nephews. Many Millions in Fifty Countries Join in Worldwide Bible Reading By Central Press Association NEW YORK -- When million, of Americans of all faiths taku up their Bibles on Thanksgiving )ay and read frorfl Micah 6:6-8 he p a s s a g e which begins, 'Wherewith shall I come before he Lord, and bow myself before he high Cod?", they will be oining the millions of persons in some 50 other countries in this 'ear's observance of Worldwide iible Reading. The program, which runs until Christmas Day, spiritually unites peoples through daily readings rom the Scriptures, ft had its lumble start 14 years ago when a lonely Guadalcanal Marine wrote his family in the states asking that they read the Bible with him-the identical passage iach day--so that he might feel ,s if he were "still at home." This year, in celebration of the act that at least a part of the Bibe has been translated into oughly one-half of the world's anguages and dialects, the Amer- can Bible society, sponsor of the irogram has selected as a theme or the Bible reading, observance, Now in 1,100 Tongues." THIS MILESTONE in transla- .ion work serves as a suitable occasion to consider the tremendous difficulties faced by those en;aged in making the Bible avail- .ble to men of all nations. Not long ago, for example a missionary attempting to trans- ate the Bible into the Balinese anguage ran into difficulty with he phrase, "generation of ·-' pers." To the Balinese, the t e r m meant nothing disparaging. According to custom, they have ong worshiped the viper, considering it a sacred animal of paradise. The m i s s i o n a r y was tumped. How ought he convey he real meaning to the island- rs? ' . He sought the help of the SERVICES TOMORROW FOR B. W. AINSWORTH Services will take place tomor- ow for Bertram Wiliaway Ainsworth, 72, of 458 Old Post road, Fairfleld, retired assistant to the resident of the United Aircraft ixport corporation, who died Fri- ay in Presbyterian hospital, New York city, of a heart ailment. They will be conducted at 11 .m. in St. Paul's Episcopal :h.urch, Fairfleld, with the Rev. Oliver D. Carberry officiating. Arrangements are being made y the Henry E. Bishop funeral home, 1139 Fairfield avenue. Mrs. Vincent Yoga Mrs. Louise Yoga, of 51 Johnon avenue, Stratford, widow of incent Yoga, died yesterday in er home after a long illness. Services will take place Tues- ay at 8 a.m. in the Frank T. ohm funeral home, 434 Stratford venue, and at 9 o'clock in St. eorge's church with a requiem [ass. Burial will be in St. [ichael's cemetery. A resident of the East End of ridgeport many years, Mrs. oga moved to Stratford about x years a'go. She is survived by a daughter, 'rs. George Laseli, of Stratford. Alton V. Pollard ANSONIA, Dec. 7 -- Services ill take place Monday for Alton Pollard, 72, retired executive : the Ansonia division of the merican Brass company, who rowncd Wednesday in St. Peters- urg, Fla., when his 16 foot boat apsized. They will be conducted at ,m. in the Jenkins funeral home, 2 Franklin street, with the Yen. ev. Ross Morrel, rector of Christ piscopal church, officiating. Bur- .1 will be in Elm cemetery. Mrs. Gerald Outhouse DANBURY, Dec. 7--Services or Mrs. Margaret Goebel Out- ouse, 72, wife of Gerald Out- ouse, of Brushy Hill road, who ed Thursday in Danbury hospi- al after a short illness, will take ace Monday at 11 a.m. in the ull Home, 60 Division, street, ith the Rev. Harold H. Craw, linister of the First Congrega- onal church, officiating.' Burial be in Wooster cemetery. Mrs. William A. Schnabel, Sr. BETHEL, Dec. 7 -- Mrs. Cathrine Turner Schnabel, 70, wife William A. Schnabel, Sr., of 1C- rassy Plain Terrace, died sud- enly Friday afternoon while siting relatives in .Warwick, Services will take place Mondty 2 p. m. in the Bethel funeral ome, 215 Greenwood avenue, ifli the Rev. Russell H. Milnes, astor of the Bethel Congrega- onal church, officiating. Burial ill be in Elmwood cemetery. Mrs. Schnabel was born in Red- ng. She and her husband would ave celebrated their 50th wed- ng anivcrsary next May 25. She is survived in addition to er husband, by four sons, Wilam A., Jr., Francis R. and John, I of Bethel, and Robert Schna- el of Florida; nine Grand chll- en; three brothers. Michael of assaic, N. J., Richard of Bridgert, and Joseph Turner of Annia; and two sisters, Mrs. War- Two Aymara Indians of the Lake Titicaca region of Bolivia read together a Bible in their own language. American Bible society, whose linguists and translation experts have, for many years, come to the aid of missionaries in many parts of the globe. The "genera tion of vipers" problem was finally solved by the use of a Bali phrase meaning "offspring of creeping vermin." The problem of this particular missionary is typical of t h a faced by translators in many countries who sometimes trave to the remotest areas to providi the natives with their first copy of the Scriptures. Nevertheless Bible translators get around such difficulties and in many instances use words and phrases that are graphic and rich in meaning. THE QUECHA Indians of Bo livia for instance, speak of the peace and comfort which God _ e s i n a most e x p r e s s i v e fashion.. They say, "God makes us sit down in our. hearts." The Baoule of the Ivory Coast speak of joy as having a song in the body." And the Tzetal Indians of Mexico · describe faith as "hanging onto with the heart." The work of translating and distributing the Scriptures is among the major tasks of the society whose hope it is to some day provide ( a Bible to every man on earth in whatever language he may require. Since its organization in 1816, the society has distributed some 500 million copies of the Scriptures withoui note or comment and withoui purpose of profit. Translation ' a n d publication goes on apace with efforts to stimulate use of the Bible--to get those who already have a HONOR MIDDIE FOUND D E A D I N ANNAPOLIS n Pemburn and Mrs. Helen ogcrs, both of Norwalk. A ughtcr, Mrs. Arlhur E. Taylor, cd last July 6, copy to use it regularly. It is for this reason the society annually sponsors Worldwide Bible Reading and makes available without charge the list of Scripture passages for Ihe period. Anyone wishing copies of the reading lists--in any quantity- may obtain them'by writing the American Bible Society, 450 Park avenue. New York, 22, N. Y. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY MARYLAND WINNER NEW YORK, Dec. 7 - (AP) Tommy Young's foul shot with 41 seconds left enabled Maryland's debuting basketball team to hold off a second half Fordham threat for a 61-58 victory tonight. Young was the star throughout with his early shooting helping the Terrapins to a 32-31 halftlme lead and then a 47-39 bulge. Fordham rallied and tied it 5858, however, before Young stole the ball as Fordham atempted a freeze. He was fouled on the phy and made the shot for a 59-58 lead. Young was high with 16 points. John Brady led the Rams with 17. al. HA.NOV3R No. 97277 HAROLD DOW. HILLS, et al. SUPERIOR COURT, Fairfield County, avember 7th. 1957. ORDER FOR SALE OF RECEIVERSHIP PROPERTY Application havins been made to Court in the above entitlfd action foi tearing upon the request of the receivers 'or permission to sell the property o he receivership, sold hearing was iia by the undersigned on November 7. 1957 and the parlies granted an opporlunlt - be heard, it is ordered: I. That the property of said receive ship, formerly a dude ranch, conslstln of approximately too acres of land, clubhouse, cottaues and other building' eluding the furnishings therein, be so! public sale on the lath day of December. 1957, at 2 o'clock In the afte loon, said snle to be conducted on th iremises of said receivership located o fanovcr Road. Newtown. Connecticut. ?. That the receivers give notice said sale by publishing a copy of ill Jrder in the Newtown Bee and 11. irldgcport Post-Teleeram, at least twic CLASSIFIED DISPLA1 , nd in Bitch other newspaper: area as the receivers r .. the exercise of their ludgment. advisable, and by mailing a like copj ; lage prepaid, to each stockholdi ecord and known creditor of said ct itlon at their several best ootainaol ddresses all on or before the ISttl da. f December. 1957. 3. That said sale shall be subject ti he final approval of Ihe Court. Dated the 7th day of November. 1957 ROBERTS. Judge of the superior Cour CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Are You Ready For...SNOW* ··? Prepare NOW... WESTERN Snow Plow AND A 4-WHEEL-DRIVE UNIVERSAL Jeep ANNAPOLIS, Md., Dec. 7(AP) Joseph A. DeMasi, an hon- student and varsi!;.' soccer player at Navy, was found hanged early today in a bathroom of Bancroft hall, the Midshipmen's dormitory. Naval Academy authorities said he apparently committed suicide but a board of investigation was looking into the incident before returning an official finding. .DeMasi, 19-year-old sophomore from Medford, Mass., was found suspended from a bathrobe sash auout 12:40 a.m. by another Midshipman. Naval medical officers pronounced him dead of strangulation. Cmdr. Marcy Dupre, public information officer, said the youth was very popular in the brigade of Midshipmen. ,, "I'm just shocked," said Glenn Warner, coach of the Navy soccer squad on which DeMasi was a reserve right fullback. "He would be the last person I could think of to do something that." Warner said he had DeMasi in a swimming class yesterday and the youth was in fine spirits, laughing and joking. · Clear snow quickly from driveways, service areas and parking lots with a 4-Wheel-Drive Universal 'Jeep' -- with snowblade. 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