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THE BRIDGEPORT POST, FRIDAY. APRIL 19, im. THIRTY-SEVEN REDDING FllIS Milford Firm Is Cited Yoaker until retiring four years OBITUARIES HAROLD B. LEVER day, look place today in the laaac J. Yale Rubin (left), president of Wayside or Milferd, Post rotd, Milford, accepts the ReialJfr-ef-tbe-Ynr plaque In the Brand Name Foundation. Inc., home lurnishings division competition from Nathan S. AacelL president of the Baumritter cor- division. DIES IN FLORIDA Retired Bridgeport insurance Executive, Ex-Trick Star Is Heart Victim HAROLD LEVER, SR. Harold B. "Boots" Lever. Sr 68, retired Bridgeport insurance executive and onetime college track star, collapsed and died yesterday of a heart attack on the Port St. Lucie golf course in Daytuna Beach, FU. was manager of the Bridge port office, Hartfiird Accident and Indemnity company, 1930-58. He previously had operated an in surance agency in New Jersey. nom m llion, in. v., mr. Lever resided in Fairfield and Monroe many years. Track Champion He attended Mcrccrsbury, N.Y academy and was graduated from the University ol Pennsyl vania s Wharton School ot nance. tn 1917, he won the world's interscholastlc "3 - yard indoor championship at Madison Square Garden, ficshman track team captain at Penn. U-, he won the 1928 na tional junior championship. Lever set a world s vff-yard dash record in 197J as varsity captain with 7.1 seconds, a mark sur passed only twice since. in 1923, he also won tne inter collegiate outdoor 100-yard chaffl- lonshin. At the outbreak of World War I, he went overseas with the 79th Division, attached to the ambu lance seclion and served at St Mlhiel, Verdun and the Argoniie. Before leaving France, he com peled with the Inter-Allied meet in Pans in JS19, winning points for i.le Amencaa team. Hy invitation, he broadcast the intercollegiate championships at Boston, Philadelphia and New York many years. COLOR SCHEME IRKS SAN FRANCISCO, April 19- (UPI) The hydrant worked, but the color scheme bothered the- are department. Alter discovering that a hydrant had been painled peach with blue polka-dots, the department yesterday ordered it re-done in white. DEATH NOTICES '';!,:; li;.. - In. FrLtnd.fi iirt iTivlIed i-lr.ni, ---t.' ca,, T.-i..,.Jii. . i :: .-i : : .- -1 iTuni Kit ;i!r ;r "r ::'---1n- - '.'.in :o r.ni. and JvrStJji." tli Aptil 3. ! C-tT fiirivml Imm thr Il:Ohatd..-Spjti:j IMrrrr.l li-n:r. Wiuh-ns!-. M-, k:u:-1:i:.. ,pr'l ?J. n: "- ie.t nn Ptur1ny i I 2 HuLihle;- Ave. Fncills arc la- : Ur !i, n!lrV"1 111? finr-.l .. r nm In :tio frwk T. Retail -,;-,:,: -i3j SirHlfuri A J.Ki.ZC I", i'-ly .-i rv ' 1 1 r : r . !:t v.k: -,i l " ' J i r . .M-t-.: .t .i;. In-I.,.-77;..t.: rh'.rl , ; ,-,:(- I- r.'iiJr, : . '.'.t:i T n. i '.r; v: li.m. kid Friday J-5 And ?-l0 l".m. nrKE tn GnMiivuj. fdjift Carolina. :L::".r.: . M - ' . ' f ' i. V-n '. i muj. . 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Frtdu H n :-Same tfoclciy icciuuor. 10 bf ht't Friday at S p.m. KOMnv(kKlir. Milford. April IE. Wi. - .'-k r.i :-ulir Ihe Oieion F. lJuyrf VRil, In WCSl Haver.. April IB, v.-::. Mlitlir-H. ' r- '.'.irr. ;t I fr. r, VL.it, 1 ;.ikiw. ol a iiniiey Lane. V.''.r-i. L r r. i L? S v, :'L bl ZtA II I'.r. 1 'Jiicn-. Ha-.-.o o! Cm:;? '. .-n:":. fivi :-u:i. : :-,.S 1 l !,-.rH.. 1j -iiJ r , FrlflrfSi may Cl!L Fn-Jav u ' U: r. t:.a Forte Slarra. or 93 Phiritan P;. Dciovcl i ';:iL:-..-,r :.:,;:, i:u . ;rv. Jj-J.:i-d t- ir,i in" .M.t;- r :: : 1 1 , ; t.ir ',-.,: hrnih-- -,( 1 .iev ';,.. Fr-rt-nrc ihv.'.ec in ai'.mi Iht lur-ul h I 'j r - Hal F.OMny Chinrft and 7-ID P.m. McCWniE In SL-nlfcnJ. APTH 1?, 163. Mi.n fiK - in if,.; .m1 i C 1 tC MO'-tv;. r. r I - . . . 1 l.-i.ltin.- r,f Mr.r- i;a'i,.s A,' A Ar.-l-r r'.r-Pf.. riir-ris 3 rr in.lfi V.:- ;-l',:r"1 Iht fLMLi-- r- ih- ;,d;l:"n r.iif . h-. , 57I ,',ri-:i; ?!kv:. ::n-,-ii.- j' --Jj it .V;-M-'s a.m. i rl n,, -,;? wrHc Plains Kd. z.v.: :-!";.-;; ParJrv.iy O" Sfvrtlny. A I'll I ";. R-ii '--"1 Lht Chnrcri The AasympUsn vlUl M. mn " ir y.-. A --jm sMitn. iTierr-er.t in B; . A i f--.A-. rrifni nm,' call Tr.-jridaY from 7-9 p.m, anrl FriditF 3-5 BTd 7 9 P.m. BOSS In ?r0riro April 17. T963, Joseph - r'r Vrl, r" Ki-r-; y,'.'",r- FLienris are irviltd m uttrnrJ ihp u- . n- - a 9 u.m. with a i 3:30 p.m. drteimcb Times puts V:: li- Mum, av lr:i.- E. Tter? nJJ) be a Ma: . nl i-. J-r-v CwA S,.!f.,:d. Frier's churc'i. who bi,.rrl swflj- April la:- . .v.t ... IL'hoJt tttrful J-''"nrr;.' fiiats'.l.'e m BARRE GUILD REMOVAL SALE Cttmblnlnc two plnnlt to tut ar rhsd by 56 1UY HQW! BARRE GRANITE MEMORIALS OpMlU UK fil It MIcDKl'l C.mil.r,. ED 7-2682 Bu. mnu was a memoer oi trie Polish Lancers, of Yonkers Survivors are three sons. John S. of Milford, Adam J., of New ark. N. J.. and W. O. Bernard A Komosinski, serving with the D. S. Army in Germany; five aaugnirrs, mrs. i-ranr. KOgo- tinski ol Devon, Mrs. Steven Kurti of Millord, Mrs. John Saj-dak of Yonkers. Mrs. Lawrence Brennan of Pearl River, N. Y. and Mrs. John wojnarowski of Manchester, and tS grandchildren. Joseph F. Rets MONRObl, April 19 Services for Joseph F. Ross, 66, of Wheeler road, who died Wednesday will take place Saturday at R:30 in the Miner luneral home. Main street, nnd at 9 o'clock in St. Stephen's church, Trumbull, with a solemn high requiem Mass. Burial will hi; in St. Michael's cernetcry- Thc Ladies Guild of the Rosary and Altar society of St. Stephen's rhurch, will recite the Rosary tonight at 8:30 o'clock in Ihe luneral home. Mrs. Richard A. Larson WEST HARTFORD, April 19- Services for Mrs. Ethel M. Lar son, 62, of 26 Northbrook drive widow of Richard A. Larson, for merly of Fairfield, who died Wednesday, will lake place Sato: day at S:3u a.m. in the Molly funeral home, 906 Farmington avenue and at 9 o'clock in St. Timothy's church with a solemn requiem Mass. Bunal will be in St. Benedict cemeterv. Bloom field. WESTPORT, April 19 Services for Frank J. Kokoska, Sr of 1 Nnrlh Bulkley avenue, who died Thursday in his home, will take place Saturday at 10: 30 in the Charles W. Dougiello and Sons funeral home. 3fi South Pine Creek road. Fairfield, and at 11 o'clock in St. Anthony's church Fairfield, with a solemn high requiem Mass. Burial will be in Assumption cemetery. Mr. Kokoska was a lifelong resident dI Westport. He was a founder ol St. Anthony s cnurcn, and a member of the church's Holy Name Society, the Greens Farms Volunteer Fire depart ment and the Carpenters and Joiners Union, local 1945. Survivors are his wife, Rose Marie rierwola Kokoska; three sons. John. Thomas and Frank Knkoska, Jr., all oi WcstpDrt; six daughters, Mrs. Francis John son, ot Baltic, ana LKirDtuy, tricia, Matyann, Roscmarie and Carol Kokoska, all or westport; brother, Joseph Kokoska. o! Southporl; two sisters, Mrs. Pau line Fluder, of Westport, and Mrs. Nellie Galaske, of Southport; and three nieces and two nephews. NORWALK. April !0 Services for Mas Granat. 61, of 2 Aiken street, who died yesterday morn ing at his home were conducted oday m the oanunit luneral home, S4 South Main street with Rabbi Israel Yavne of Beth Is-rael synagogue officiating. Burial was in Beth Israel cemetery, West Norwalk. Mr. Granat was a cap maker employed in New York ci!y. Survivors are nis wite ttnei Weinberg Granat; three dough ters Mariain, Fadera and Pearl Granat all of Norwalk; a step son Marty Wolf ol Norwalk; s brother in Paris. France, a broth Londan, England and a sis I Paris, France; and ons step-granddaughter. 1 DEAD, 1 MISSING IN PARIS PLANT BLAST PARIS, April IS-(AP) An explosion and fire destroyed an oil storage warehouse on the out-skirls of Paris today. The charred hody for one worker was found in the ruins, another was missing and presumed dead, and 29 were injured, police Said. Several of the injured had critical burns. Ouiok action bv firemen and the building's steel nnd corrugated iron construction kept the blaze from spreading to oil and gasoline tanks honeycombing the busv industrial area at (Jenne-villicrs, just across the Seine river. The blast shook the area just after the morning shift came to work. About 2.000 onlookers clustered in the area. ITie warehniise was the prop-tv ol Soclele Francaise des Pel roles BP, a branch of British Petroleum, SEN. RIBICOFF WARNS OF POLLUTION HAZARD WASHINGTON. April 19 AP) Sen. Abraham A. Ribicnff, n Conn., warned in the Senate that r, cannot continue to pollute our environment if wc are to keep ihis earth habitable." The former Secretary of Henhli Kducu'iDn and Wellsr'. t ) J li colleagues a recent book by Ra chel Carson, "Silent Spring, hud focused public attention upon the hazards of pesticides and pollution upon crops, wildlife and humans. "lt is time to lake stock to determine where we have been, where we are and where we are going,'' he said. Italian freelance photographers are complaining that celebrities are now hiding out when they carouse. BOARD VACANCY REDDING, April !9DiHi B. orimw oi unurclt Hill toti, wit elccUd to the Board of Educt tioil it lilt niiht'i nuwtiiK, ir fill the vicancy caused by the icjigrnuon or unriet A. nislL Mr, unmet wm noralnited by uie repuoiicin town COOU and recommended to the 1 ot Education to serve unlit the town election in October. A native of Frederlckabori, Vs., Mr. Crime wtt graduated from Virginia. Tech as an aero nautical engineer. During World War II, he serv ed m the U.S. Air Force. A resident of Redding since 1)57, he is president of the Young Republicans club, and ac tive In Redding Volunteer Fire Company I, which he served as vice president. He is a member or the Republican Town com millet, and the First Church ri Christ, Congregational. Mr, Grimes is emufoved as a service engineer at the Lycoming aivision or avco in stritiora. He is married to the former Toni Newton of King George, Georgia. They have two children, Eiien, nine, ana oarles, four. PERMITS ORDERED BY SEWER BOARD NEW MILFORD ARLENE YAPLE Beginning Saturday permits will be required for the transportation of septic tank waste by (he companies pumping out septic tanks. The order has been issued by the New Milford Sewer comission. The permits must be obtained from Dr, Howard G. Stevens, director of health. Copies of the order have been sent to both companies. The companies will not be permitted to dump the "Night Soil" at the sewage treatment plant without presenting a permit. Harvest Supper Metichewan grange will serve a potluck supper during the Harvest degree at the meeting tonight at 6 o'clock at the Grange hall. Members are requested to bring a dish for the supper. The degree will begin promptly at 9 o'clock. Seeking Bids The New Milford Park cam-mistion is seeking bids or the refreshment concession, at the Lynn Deming park, Lake Candle- wood. The bids include the elusive right to sell refreshments at the park for a period May 3U mrougn sept. 15. The mission has .announced that bids of less than (900 will not be con sidered. The commission has also announced that the right to re ject any or ail bias has been re served. Details may be obtained from Walter Schutte of the Park commission. Bids will be received at the . Selectmen's office until May II at 10 a. m. Social Games Metichewan grange has plan ned a public aocial games par iy Saturday at t p.m. in the Grange hull in Still River. Prizes will be awarded and refresh meuts served for this post-Easter parly. Rummage Sale The G. F. S. Sponsors will have a spring rummage sale Saturday irum 3:ju a. m, to p. m. in John's hall under the direction of Mrs. Frank Williams of Porl lane. Ball Plans Water Witch Hose company is complctcty prepared rur its anniversary ball scheduled Saturday at 9 p. m. in the high school gymnasium, The opening feature will be the Grand March led by Water Witch Hose company officers in full uniform, Hospital Notes Wednesday activities at New Milford hospital: Admission, Brace Powers of Gaylordsvilie; Discharge, Mrs. Barbara Perkins of SouthSury, Mrs. Roland Ca- nm and daughter of 31 Dean road, Brookfield. 70th Anniversary Roger Sherman chapter. Daughters of the American Revolution, will celebrate the 70th anniversary ot its founding at a mncneon may i it i p. m. in the Curtis House, Woodbury. Mrs. Foster E. Sfurlevaitf ol West Hartford, the Slate Regent, will be a guest at the toehrvn. Reservations will close May 5! wsilt Mrs. uougias bmytn. Grange Letters Metichewan grange is awaiting replies from letters sent lo townspeople seeking funds for the Grange Park fund. A total of 2JD0 letters have been sent by Ihe grange. A twofold goal has been sel hy the grange. The grange will as3ist with the completion of the interior Df the new pavilion at Lynn Deming park, l ake Candle-wood. This building will provide flush toilets and a modern refreshment concession area. The seennt! project is the In-stallation of a Little League baseball field at Younes field. Funds shoukl be returned as soon as possible. Walter Schulte, grange master, is project chairman. A high-producing hen requires from four to five pounds of feed lo produce a doicn eggs. Mitt Mary E. Rmey Services lor Miss Mary E. Rooney, formerly of 124 Fairmont terrace, Fitrfiew, who died Wed nesday, will take place tomorrow at 5:15 a.m. in the Cyril F. Mul lins funeral home, 399 White Plains road, Trumbull, and at 9 0 clock in the Church of th sumption. Fairfield, wilh a solemn high requiem Mass. Burial win dc in St. Michaers cemetery Services for Marlln Traybarlcs of 595 Ellsworth street, who -died Tuesday, took place today in St, Stephen's church with a requiem mass, isuriai was in si. mici cemetery. Bearers were John Luby. Gus ana Jtinn tiereetv. Josenh Tur ner, Stephen Matyasec and Gab- net iavory. Mrs. John W. Webb Services for Mrs. Daisy Webb, 76, wife ot John W. Webb, 107 Linwood avenue, who died Tuesday, were conducted today in the spear tunerai nome Dy Uie Rev, Joseph A. Racioppi. rector ol Trinity Episcopal church. Burial was private. Miss Anna B. BunneQ DANBURY, April IJ-Services will lake place Saturday for Miss Anna Bertha Bunnell, 83. retired school teacher, formerlv of Pearl street, who died Thursday in le uioe Koau rest Home, New Milford. Thev will be conducted at 10 a.m. in the Hull funeral home, 60 Division street by Ihe Rev. ur. Faut t. uattenhouse, or hirst Congregational church. Bur will be in Ridgetlcld cemetery. Miss Bunnell was horn in Dan- bury and was a teacher in the Morns Sliest and New Street, schools, retiring in 1942. She sang itn the Hrst congregational choir, and had been a member ot the church's Opportunitv i lub She was also a member of the Retired Teachers association. There are no immediate sur- Mrs. Frederick J. MlncJc DANBURY, April 19 Services, for Mrs. Anne N, Minck, 82, wife of Frederick J. Minck Df 39, James street, who died yesterday in Danbury hospital, will take place Saturday at 10 a.m. in the Cornelius Deiury Memoria Main street, and at 11 o'clock in St. Gregory's church, with, i solemn high requiem Mass. Bur ial will be in St. Peter's ceme tery. Mrs. Minck was a native of Danbury and was a graduate of. bt. Peter s school. Surivors, in addition to hei husband, are a son, William A, Minck of Litchfield, assistant vice president of the City Trust company ol Danbury; a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Palmer of Bergen-field, N.J.; a brother, George Deakin of Danbury; a sister, Miss Mary Deakin of Danbury; nnd si.v grandchildren. Mrs. Ronald Larkins MILFORD, April 19-Srrviccs tor M:5. Mildred RayJes Lnrkins, 64. wife of Rnnald Larkins, 43 Bailey lane, who died Thursday in Hawkins Convalescent hospital. West Haven, will take plate Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in the George J. Smith and Son funeral home, 135 Broad street. The Rev. F.dwnrd R. Taft, of St, Peter's Episcopal church, will officiate. Burial will be in Mountain Grove cemetery, Bridgeport. Bom in Bridgeport; Mrs. Lar- kins w?.s i -t 'iidrr.t i'. Mi il re years. Survivors, in addition t husband, are several cousin. --Mrs. Robert Campbell MILFORD, April IR-Serviccs for Mrs, Rose Marie Miller Campbell, 73, of 149 Joyce court widow of Robert CamplieU, wht died yesterday, in her home, will take place Monday at 9 a.m. the Frank Polke and Son fu neral home, 1546 Fairfield avenue. ndgepor.. Burial wiil be in Al pine cemetery, Perth - Amboy, Born in Czcchoslavakia, Mrs, Campbell resided in (his area most nf her life. Survivors are five sons, Albert . Miner ot t-airtield. Frank Miller of Fords, N. J., James S. Miller of Fairfield," William Miller n; td'.ifcinia, and Charles Miller. Hndgepurt; four daucjiters, Mrs. Margaret Williams nf Bridge port, mis, tisie Kennedy or East Haven, Mrs. Dorothy Schmidt of Milford and Mrs. Charles DeBDck-Icr. ol Perlh-Amboy, N. J.; two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Petetson and Mrs, Frances Papp, both Df Perth-Amboy. )7 grandchildren; nnd three great-grandchildren. Anthony S. Komosinski MILFORD, April 19 - Anlliouy S. Komosinski, 69. of 37 Spring street, Livor., oied last niaht Millord Hospital Services will take place Mon day at 9:15 a.m. in the Henry Romaluwski funeral home. 107 Yonkers avenue, Yonkers. N. Y., and at 10 o'clock in St, Casimirs church wilh a solemn high requiem Mass. Burial will be In St. Joseph's cemetery, Yonkers. The Gregory F. Doyle funeral home. 231 Bridgeport avenue, Devon, is in charge of arrangements. Born in Poland, Mr. Komosinski was a resident of ihis country 55 years, lie moved lo MilfDrd from Yonkers eight months neo. He was employed by the Habir-shaw Cible and Wire company In Marl (MU BilkrW Service for Mario (Mike) Bal lerinl, of 412 Hollistnr i who died Wednesday, will take place tomorrow at I a.m. in the Frank T. Rohm funeral home, 134 Stratford ttvenue, and at 9 o'clock in Holy Rosary church with a solemn high requiem Mass, ial will be in St. Michael's ceme tery. Services for Mrs. Sophie Vatsiil oanvacsKj, 01 m siemon street widow of Andrew Banyacski. who died Tuesday, took place todiy in the First Hungarian United Church of Christ. The Rev. Emil Nagy, pastor officiated. Burial was in Mountain erove cemetery. Bearers were Stephen and Gabriel Sierdi, Arthur Banyac- ski ana nicnoias Jworcovanec, Mrs. John F. Burke Services for Mrs. Ann Duda Burke, of Greenwood, S. C, wife of John F. Burke, formerly of Bridgeport, who died Tuesday. will take place tomorrow at 8:15 a.m. in the Mullins and Redgatc iunerat nome, 1'ark avenue, and at 9 o'clock in St. James church with a requiem Mass. Burial will be In St. Michael's ceme tery, John H. Cronln Services for John H. Cronin, 7! of 299 Suburban avenue, who died Wednesday, will take, place tomorrow at 10 a.m. in the Henry r,. cisnon ana hen tunerni nomc, 1139 Fairfield avenue. Burial will be in Park cemetery, Mrs. Gabriel Cuda Services for Mrs. Mariantonia Armenians Cuda, 68, of 140 Isinglass road, Shelton, wife of Ga briel Cuda, who died Wednesday, will take place tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. in the Richards - Soad-accino funeral home, m Washington avenue, and b! 10:30 o'clock in Holy Rosary church with a solemn high reguieni . Mass, Burial will be in St. Mi-cnael's cemetery, Stratford. Mrs. Anthony Detoto Services fur Mrs. -Mary Cener- ozio DePoto, wife of Anthony De- Poto, of S3 Oman sireet, wtio diea yesterday, will take place tomor row at 7:45 a.m. in the Richards Soadaccino funeral home, 499 Washington avenue, and at 8:30 o'clock in Holy Rosary church with a requiem Mass. Burial will be in St. Michael 5 cemetery. Services for John M. Durica, S2, of 127 Clover street, Stratford, who died Tuesday, took place today in Holy Name of Jesus church. Stratiord, wilh a solemn high requiem Mass. Burial wns in St. Michael s cemetery. Mrs, Ford B, Ennls Services fur Mrs. Caroline Louisa Baron Ennis, 74, of 819 Huntington turnpike, widow of Ford B. Ennis. who died yesler-day in Si. Vincent's hospital, wiil take place tomorrow at 2 in the Henry f.. tsisnnp ana Son funeral home, 1139 Fairfield avenue. The Rev. Lynn A. Wood, Washington Park Methodist church, will efficiate. Suria! will be in Mountain Grove cemetery. A native of Cornwall, Canada, Mrs, Ennis was a resident of Bridgeport 40 years. N i vivi.r: an i nr.-Lier, J!r: " M.v.l-.esci. of Schenectady, W.Y.; sisters, Mrs. Jean Beers, of Hudson Falls, N.Y.; Mrs. so. belle Tuwer and Mrs. Robert Patterson, of Schncctady; 3n( several nieces and nephews. Dr. William A. Geer Services will take place tomor row for Dr. William Allyn Geer 255 Bay view boulevard Stratford, who died yesterday. hey will be. conducted at ID i. in the Lordship Community church with the Rev. Aian f Mather, pastor, officiating. Bur ial will be at Ihe convenience of the family. Survivors are his wite. rene Barnash Geer, and four sons, William rl., uaviu a., Geoiee B, and Robert S. Geer rci ;i ;.;.:-ji , Misi ti.irricl r.ny.i Geer, of An.'i Arbor, Mien. Miss Louise Helen Goula Services will take place Monday for Miss Louise Helen Goula 21, of 99 Washington terrace daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dimitri Goula, who died yesteruay Montcfiore hcspiial, New York Citv They will be conducted at 1:15 Triiii ty Greek Orthodox church. The Rev. Wi ham Kehayes, pas tor, will officiate. Burial will be ''i Lakeview cemetery A native of Brldgeporl. Miss :ncula was graduated from Cen- ,. .... f . , ,,. tral hiEii school in 1959. survivor. in addition to her Goula, of Brldeeport; two sisters, Mrs. Carol Snho nnd Miss Flor- cncr. Cuia. of Bridgeport; her maternal "randrnotlier, Mrs, Dom- na wita. in uieece; ann several aunts and uncles. Jnhn W. Hall Services for John W. Hail, 30, ol n;i5 Main streel, who died Sim- . Oabrlri Cni funeral borne. Bishop Beuli Counts of St. John's Pentecostal church officiated, and burial was in Park cemetery. Services for John Howard, of 1S1 West avenue, who died Tuts day, took place today In Sacred neari cnurcn with a reauiei Mass. Burial was in St. Michael cemetery. Elizabeth Kline Services for Elimbeth (Betsy) itune, i.year old daughter ol Mr, and Mrs. James T. Kline, of 1564 Unquowa road, Fairfield, who died yesterday, wiil take place tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. in the Shaugnessey Brothers funeral home, 50 Reef road, Fairfield, and at 9 o'clock in St. Thomas church, Fairfield, wilh a solemn high requiem Mass. Burial will 6c in St. Thomas cemeterv. During her stay in the hospital, Miss Kline developed a handi craft hobby that turned into small business venture. She decorated notepaper with cutout tie- signs Irom postage stamps. Miss Kline had been hospital-lied for treatment of a blood ailment. Sho was a student at Lnuraitan Hall, Milford. Survivors, in addition la hex parents, are a sister, Sister Mary Alice, a reacning nun ot tne or der of the Sisters of Mercy at Lauralton Hall; and three broth ers, James, Jr., Robert and Don aid Kline, of Fairfield. Mrs, John LaPorta Services for Mrs. Jennie Mc-nende LaPorta, SO, of 422 Thompson street, Stratford, widow of John LaPorta, who died Tuesday, took place today in Holy Rosarv cnurcn witn a requiem Mass Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery. Celebrant of Hie Mass was Ihe Rev. A. Fred Constantino. The Rev. Salvatore Zocco read the committal. Bearers were David Crumb. Michael Matricia. Theodore Giovanni and Pan! Russell. Fioravanle Marrj Services for Fioravanle Marra. of 9B Sheridan street, who died Wednesday, will take place to morrow ai a.m. in the Louis A. Abriola and Son funeral home. 425 East Washington ave mic, and at 11:45 o'clock in Holy Rosary church with a solemn high requiem Mass. Burial will be in St.- itiicnaci s ceme- FhriTiiic Mrr tery. i Holy Name society of Holy Rosary church, of which he was mber, will recite the rosary tonight at 8 o'clock in the funer- Mrs. Frank M, McGuIre Services for Mrs, Rosalie Green McC-uire, of 1546 West Broad! street. Stratford, widow of Frsr.!; M. McGuire, who died Wednes day, will take place tomorrow at 10: 3U a.m. in the Straltord tunerai home ul Dennis and D'Arcy, 20) Main street, with the Rev. Wilfred Hansen, pastor of the Strat ford Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be in Union cemetery Stratford. George Moycifc Services for George Moycik, 57, ol 603 Arctic streel, who died yesterday in Bridgeport hospital, take place Monday ai hmu i.m. in the Adzima funeral nome 1ril Arctic street, and at II o'clock in St. John Nepomucene church with a solemn high re quiem Mass. Burial will be in St Michael1 cemetery. Born in Minet? Junction, Ohio Mr, Moycik resided in Bridgeport most of bis life, rtc was employ ed as a custodian at the City Savings bank. Survivors are his wife. Mis. Mary Gaydos Moycik; two sons, Frank and Thomas Moycik, of Stratiord; and sis grandchildren. Stephen J, Pail Services lor Stephen J. Pall, 60, of 95 Newtown avenue, Stratford, who died Wednesday, took place today in the First Hungarian United Church of Christ with Ihe Rev. Emil Nagy, pastnr. officiating. Burial was In Mountain Grove cemetery. David W. Price Services for David Washington Price, 72, formerly of 44 5yca-i more lane, Fairfield, a past president of Ihe Britigcputi Bar assn- lation, who died luesqay in v,'l, ; Mass.. mek olace to-i dav in the First Church, Gonere- gational, In Fairfield, Burial was in Mountain Grove cemetery. liFioresentina the BrldEcnurt. Bar association, at the tuneial' a delegation including Judges Richord S. Swain, Samuel MelliU, Sidney Johnson and Otto LaMacchia and lawyers lfa i L. Kutler, county coroner; Ernest -Cappozi and Geraid Flynn. Albert H, Robinson Services far Albert li. P.obin-w, 75, of 65 Highland avenue, who died Tuesday, look place today in the Bishop funeral home with the Rev, William H. Alder-son, paslnr of (he First Methodist church, officiating. Burial was in Lakeview cemetery. Bearers were William Graham, MS FIRM FINED IN BOOK RAID The Fairfield County News company, 3S7 Warren street, was fined J200 on a charge of pos session of obscene literature and pictures Thursday by Judge Luke1 j. atapieion in urcuit court the Underwood-Commerce build mg. The charge of possession of obscene literature lodged asainst Milton Bottman, 38, of Guif View. terrace, Fairfield, a company of ficial, was withdrawn and Judged against the Fairfield County News company hy acting Chief Prosecutor Robert M. Morrissey ine company entered a p nolo contendere. Mr. Rottman was arrested Jan. 31 at 12:30 p.m. by State Police in a raid at the warehouse of the Fairfield County News company. rropnetor Arrested The raid was made shortly after State Police arrested a Mil ford newsroom operator and charged him with possession of Dbscene literature. Arrested was Donald Coiiolino of Hamden proprietor of Runo's Variety store, I'ost road. Millord. Books seized in the Milford raid were traced to the Bridge port News firm, police said. More than 2,000 paperlback books were contiscated by police and taken t! State Police Troop 1, Bethany for review by authorities in the crackdown by State Police on state pornographic law violol on; The arrest of Mr. Rotfmatt was made by State Police Lt. Donald I'aige and Trooper Paul Slens-land of the State Police Special Services division, and Dels. Wal ter Witt. James V. Fitzgerald and Terry Cassell, of the Bridgeport route special services nivision, According to Mr. Morrissey, Mr. Raitman claimed he was on vacation in Europe at the time of the raid. Finklesione and Finklestone, S55 Main street, represented ihe. Fairfield County News company, CAR WASH WILL AID Y' BASEBALL PROGRAM The junior yming men's group f the Bridgeport YMCA will conduct a car wash tomorrow from R a.m. lo 5 p.m. in the park- ing lot at the rear of the "YM." The proceeds will be used to piirmase baseball unilorm.v Stewart Spraggms, youth physical director, is in charge. Necrology Infills Ticor-JC sjtli th? rib's Hurcr,t roChwnns. to. el is: Mailt l-eary Ji,rltS!n. 4E, ol 125 Hlj:!. slifct. April 15. Alir. Jl. rohruon. mill ;vj.t. rf Side. Act. 203. Falher Panlk vl'Tjme. AvrW nmrlr-s nnruild J'clson, SC. or 295 Gil- iumi slrttL April is. rut-.'. Jew,.', Or-.a :- :! l- ir. on rout, TrimlMil!, Anr'l ;. Ell!bolli SilblW Vul rn.ir. MraUurd, An JfllRrfl plarp. April k". Msr- p;-,l Jant). 48 o lb-, uenvcr , f the PLAQUE IS PRESENTED WAYSIDE OF MILFORD Retaiier-of-the-Year plaque was awaraea to waysiae of Mi ford. Post road, Milford, in the furniture stores category of the 1 Mines tounuhnn s nual competition at a luncheon recently in the Americana hotel, New York city. Accepting the award for Wav- sue was J. Yale Rubin, presi- nt. According to Mr. Rubin, the store was known in the late twenties and early thirties as mat turniture store on a cow-ath." Its first home was in an abandoned s a 1 o o n-dance hall ng, seven mifes from the nearest city. Wayside now oecu. more man luu.roo jouar ieei, sun on ine original sil X15 CARRIES GAUGE IN 92,000-FOOT TEST EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE. Calif., April 19 - fAP) An X15 rocket plane carried a "Q Ball" gauge to 92,000 feet in a preview of conditions the crafi will meet -entry from heights of 70 miles. The XI5's needle-like nose an tenna was replaced yesterdav bv spherical pressure gauge de signed to measure dynamic pressure. "Q" is an engineering symbol ior Dynamic pressure. Space agency pilot Joseph A Walker held the speed down tc 3,681 miles per hour, weil be low the record 4,104 mph set last June by Air Force Maj. Rob ert White. EUGENE K0MIAK DIES OF CRASH INJURIES SHELTON, April 19 Eugene Komak, 22, of 187 Howe avenue, died last night in Griffin hospital, of injuries received in a r.-eak traffic crash here on Sunday when his car Tan Off Canal street and crashed into a freight car on a nearby railroad siding, His fiancee, Charlotte Valenli-no, 15. of 9 Lakeview avenue, who was injured is reported in poor condition today in Griifin hospital. ON STAGE: AN OLD MAID AT HOME: MOTHER OF 9 WATERTOWN, N.Y., April (AP) Margaret O'Riloy, play ing a hvelv old maid in a oral theatrical production, is mother of nine children. CENTRAL '43 PLANS REUNION IN JUNE The Central high school class of I!M will have ils JOth reunion dinner-dance June 22 in the Pine-crest Country club, 715 River road, Shelton. Stanley Rosoff, of 64 Lake Shore terrace, is general chairman. He is assisted bv Mrs. Patricia Judge Adley, Charles Amsel, Mrs. Joan Trumbull tiara-mella. John Leon, William Lee, Joseph Monulll. Mrs. Therese Clark McGannon, Mrs. Gloria Maiuiero Seperack. Mrs. Joan Dalton Soienson and William Watson. STANLEY ROSOFF ' r-1 i . 'p.m. in he una res w. uougidio ZTv-'"t " Wm""!knd Sons funeral home. 793 Park TH--T r r,r:,--t. u : n I avenue, and at 2 o'clock in Holy :: ,;Vi,;,.; ,, ' r; V- . ., Jiflfinl 'Joftnl Anions- DelVeochfl :' ::"" t1'm win-in- aiW oiUir.- si. ol Pios in invo. siriin,d AnrM 13 V,:, i il Pirl liraoki, 10?. ot 1 Von - uh p.trvri. vpiriipid. Arrii 13. ;?,cr- ir. -:. ' "J :roy. ?:. ol is lijMi-.-rr Anifmumm Aruiniy, 6s, u ' -

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