The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut on March 7, 1966 · Page 48
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THE BRIDGEPORT POST, MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1966. TWENTY-NINE F. E. WEST DIES; EX-FAIRFiELDER Frederick E. West. 67, of 54 Elm slreet, Mount Vernon, N.Y., formerly of Fairfield, died last night in Greenwich hospital. Services will lake place Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the First Methodist church. Greenwich, wilh the Rev. M. Lawrence Snow, pastor, officiating. Burial will he in Lakeview cemetery. The Thomas T. Leary funeral home, 279 Sound Beach avenue. OJd Greenwich, is in charge of »rran cements. Hiawatha lodge of Mount Vernon. of which Mr. West was a member, will conduct Masonic services tomorrow night in the funeral home. Mr. West, a native o( Fairfield, was superintendent of buildings and grounds for the Mount Vernon Board of Education until his retirement two years ago. He was an Army vel- eran of World War f and during World War It was a member ol the New York State National Guard. Mr. West was a charter member of the George Alfred Smith post, American Legion, of Fairfield. He was also a member of the Mount Vernon chapter, Royal Arch Masons, Bethlehem Com- mandery and the American Legion in Mount Vernon, and Kismet Shrine in Brooklyn, N.Y. He was a member of the Mount Vernon Lions club, was past commander of the Sons of Union Veterans, past president of the Civil Service association of the Mount Vernon Board of Education and past commander of the Regular Veterans association. He was active in Civil Defense and the Republican club in Mount Vernon. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Gertrude A. West; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Taylor of Old Greenwich; and a sister, Miss Grace West of San Luis Obispo. Calif.; three grandchildren: and several nieces and nephews in the Bridgeport area. MRS. FRANK GANNON, COP'S MOTHER, DIES Mrs. Jane T. Gannon, 84, of Flushing, N. Y., mother of, Bridgeport Patrolman John Gannon, secretary to Supt. of Police oseph A. Walsh, died last night n her home. Services will take place Wed- esday in the Quinn funeral home nd St. Kevin's church, Flushing. Mrs. Gannon is survived, in ad- ition to her son, by her husband, Tank J. Gannon; two other sons, "rank J., Jr., and James D., »th of New York city; and sev- ral grandchildren and nieces and ephews. HOODLUM SLAIN IN PROVIDENCE PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP)--A mall-time hoodlum was shot to death in a' downtown parking ot Sunday night. The victim was Edgar Paul :aycedo, 35, of no known address. Police first learned of the shooting at 10 p.m. when anonymous caller phoned to say here was a man's body in a ot behind a store al 266 Atwells Ave. More lhan 25 policemen, including Col. Howard A. Frankin, police chief, rushed to the scene. Within minules a crowd of about 150.onlookers gathered. Police said Caycedo was ap- )arently shot while at the wheel of his car and had fallen oul vhile trying to escape from his assailanl. Detectives said he lad been shot at leasl Iwice the right side and had another major wound near his hearl. Emply cartridges from a .38 caliber pistol were found near he body, but the weapon was nol located. Caycedo had a record of arrests for minor crimes and had served short prison sentences. COUPLE REUNITED UNION APPROVES AFTER 34 YEARS PACT AT FABRICS An official of the American Fabrics company reported today that representatives ot Local 14, Amalgamated Lace Operators of America, Inc., representing 55 employes, have indicated the union has accepted a new two-year ^vork agreement retroactive to March 1. Harold Bechtel, general manager, said changes included in the new pact are a 10-cent crease in the previous $2.60 hour wage rate paid to hourly- rate workers and an increase in the rale paid to unit production rale workers equivalent lo about seven per cent. He said there were no other major changes in the new contract, which will expire Feb. 28, 196S. Reginald Swift, president o! the local, could not be reached for confirmation of the approval ol the pact. Mr. Bechtel said the contrac' offer was presented to the union negotiators during an initial bargaining session last Wednesday and that union representatives had agreed to present it to their membership. The company's ofd contraci with the local expired last Tues day, but the initial bargaining session was delayed until Wed nesday at the request of union officials. A new three-year work pact be tween the company and Brand HA, Amalgamated lace opera tors, which represent 125 othei production workers of the lac manufacturing firm, was negoti ated last year. About 240 other production em ployes of the company are rep resented by Local 240. Unitd Textile Workers of Arrterica whose contract with the company expires in May of next year. OBITUARIES John F. Addenda Services for John F. Anderson, 6, of. 74 Terrill road, Stratford. ho died Thursday, took place in the Stratford funeral ome of Dennis and D'Arcy, urial was in Lakeview ceme- ry. Bearers were William Kilany, oy Green, John Green, Robert ard, George McWilliams and ack Dunllh. William West, evangelist, olfi- ated. RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- A voman walked up to Bing Lee, a Raleigh Chinese laundryman, leld out A piece of paper and said, "Bings wife." This was how Mr. and Mrs, Sing Lee were reunited at the Raleigh-Durham Airport Sunday after 34 years. They stared at each other a long moment, hook hands quite formally, hen shed'a few tears. "I take things as they come," Lee said, "I don't get excited about anything." Lee last saw his wife in 1932, he year he left China to return o the United States. He firs! came to this country in 1921, hen returned to his homeland n 1929 and was married. His vife has been living in Hong Kong. "II cosls a lot of money to come to this country," Lee said, explaining the long separation. 'But I am celling old. Mama is jelling old." The family should be together." BABY GRANDDAUGHTER OF IRVING BERLIN DIES 1 LONDON (AP) -- Elizabeth Clare Fisher, 1-year-old granddaughter of American composer Irving Berlin, died in London Sunday. She was the daughter of Edmund Boyd Fisher, a British publishing executive, and the former Elizabeth Berlin. Mrs. Fisher. 28. said her daughter, who was born in February last year, died of pulmonary fibrosis. 90TH BIRTHDAY OF PHONE PATENT BOSTON {AP)--Ninety years ago today the United States issued a patent for the telephone, regurded as "an impractical toy." The inventor was a Bos ton man, Alexander Graham Bell. The telcphon ecompany marked the anniversary of U. S. Pat ent No. 174,465 by noting a few statistics on what has happcnec in the intervening years. When inventor Bell, Ihen 29 years old, transmitted the firs words ever to go by wire, he was speaking over the only tele phons in the world. He said "Mr. Watson, come here. I want you." It was 1875 and Watson was the only tete phone employe. Mew, the telephone company reports, there are 15,200 em ployes in Boston alone and 611, )00 in the nalion. And Ihere arc 76 million telephones in the United States and 182,500,000 ii the world. GROTON WOMAN DIES IN HER 1Q6TH Y E A R WATERFORD (AP) -- Mrs. Lucy Morgan Hewitt of Groton died at a convalescent home Sunday at the age of 105. She was the widow of Albert F. Hewitt, a selectman in Groton lor 25 years. Mrs. Hewitt leaves two grand- eons and ihiic grcal-grandchil dren. Maryland farmeis often turn turkeys loose in fields to eat the their tobacco insects which might damage the plants. DEATHS IN NATION WASHINGTON (UPI) -- M2J Gen. Loland S. Hobbs, Worl War II commander of £h Army's 30th Inlantry Division died at Waller Reed Army Medi cal Cenlcr Sunday. He was 74. SCARBOROUGH. N. Y. (UPI --Mrs. Narcissa Cox Vanderlip the president of the New Yor Infirmary for Women and Chi dren, died Saturday at her e tate here. She was 87. NEWARK, Ohio (UPI) - Wi Ham F. Bigelow, 88, editor c Good Housekeeping magazine fo 27 years, died Sunday at the horn of a daughter here. He was resident of Delaware, Ohio, fo several years after his relin ment. OAK PARK. Ill (UPI) -- D Daniel C. Knowlton, an expe in audio visual education an professor emeritus of New Yor university, died Saturday in h home here, H« was 89. Mrs. G. Carl Back Services for Mrs. Helen E. Ea- jn Back, of 2912 Main street, for- \erly of Stratford, widow of G. arl Back, who died Saturday, ill take place t o m o r r o w t 8:15 a. m. in Ihe Cyril F. lullins funeral home, 399 White lains road, Trumbull, and at 0 clock in St. Patrick's church ilh a solemn high Requiem lass. Burial will be in S(. Michel's cemetery. Richard Calandro Services for Richard Calandro, ?, son of Joseph Calandro, of S3 ictory slreet, who died Fri- ay, were conducted today ur Lady of Good Counsel church ith a solemn high requiem lass. Burial ivas in SI. Michel's cemetery. The celebrant of the Mass was 'ie Rev. William A. Thielen, as- sted by the Rev. William J. onklin, deacon, and the Rev. hilip T. Morrissey, sub-deacon, ather Morrissey read Ihe com- littal. Bearers were Michael Donadeo, )ennis Pederson, Ronald Petrica, Charles Keoshgerian, Serf iguirdo and Richard Marini. Mrs. Robert Dennis Services for Mrs. Margaret )ennis, 71, of 247 Lafayette reel, widow of Robert Dennis, ·ho died Friday, took place to- ay in St. George's church with requiem Mass. Burial was in t. MichaeVs cemetery. The celebrant of the Mass was Jie Rev. Philip O'Farrell, who Iso read the committal. Bearers were Charles Steven- on, Louis Soda, Allen Hayes, nd Richard Boucher. Mrs. Albert J. Fredericks Services for Mrs. Maryjane otack Fredericks, 29, wife of Ibert J. Fredericks, Sr., of 28 vereit streel, Stratford, who ied Friday, took place today ie Stratford funeral home of ennis and D'Arcy. The Rev. F. tanley Sellick, interim pastor of ie Lordship Community church, fficiated. Burial was in Oakview emetery. Bearers were John Olson, ack Zotack, John Fredericks nd Richard Fredericks. Mrs, Arthur Greenwood Services for Mrs. Margaret enedict Greenwood, of 1738 Elm reel, Stratford, widow of Armr Greenwood, who died Satur- ay, will take place tomorrow al :45 a.m. in the Lieberum anc leaphy funeral home, 804 Fair- eld avenue, and at 9 o'clock St. Peter's church with a re- uiem Mass. Burial will be 'ark cemetery. Mrs. John Hattersley Mrs. Bertha Herrmann Hatters ey, 82, widow of John K. Hat ersley, of 1395 North avenue tratford, died last night in Strat ord Convalescent home. Services will take place Wed esday at II a.m. in the Strat ord funeral home of Dennis am J'Arcy, 2611 Main street, with he Rev. F. Stanley Sellick, pas or emeritus of the First Congre ational church of Slratford, offi iating. Burial will be in Lake ·iew cemetery. Mrs. Hattersley, a native Bridgeport lived in Stratford 5, ears. She was a member of the 'irst Congregational church. Survivors are five sons, Her ·nan of Bridgeport, George H. o Iratford, Elwood and Walter C if Trumbull and Albert G. Hat ersley of Dallas. Texas; tw irolhers, Louis of St. Petersburg ·\a., and Gustave Herrmann o Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; nin grandchildren and several niece and nephews. Mrs. Andrew Imbro Services will be conducted We nesday for Mrs. Susan Safia mbro, 85, of 495 Jane streel widow of Andrew Imbro, wh died Saturday in her home. They will take place al 8:1 a. m. in Ihe Charles T. Pislcy an Sons funeral home, 2S5 Barnurt avenue, and at 9 o'clock in Sts Cyril and Methodius church wil solemn high requiem Mass Burial will be in St. Michael cemetery. Born in Kurima, Czcchoslova kia, Mrs. Imbro was a Bridgepor resident most of her life. She wa a member of the First Catholic Slovak Ladies Union, branch ?8 St. Theresa's society, and St Cyril and Methodius Catholic Wa Veterans auxiliary, post 127 She was a Gold Star mother. Survivors are three sons, A: drew, John and George Imbr all ol Stralford; three daughter Miss Margaret Imbro of Bridg port, Mrs. Agnes Kubica Mrs. Helen Guman, both of Stra ford; six grandchildren; foi great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. ome. Services hurch with a solemn high re- uitm Mass. Burial was in St. ichael's cemetery.. The celebrant of the Mass was e Rev. A. Fred Constantino, slsted by the Rev. John B. abia, deacon, and the Rev, ames McHale, sub-deacon. Faer Constantino read Ihe com- illal. Bearers were Edward Voccola, nthony Petrucelli, Daniel Pao- tti, and John Scalzi. Joseph C, Kerrigan Joseph C. Kerrigan, 68, of 335 ynne place, died today in his take p l a c e ednesday at 8:30 a.m. in the iLliam M. Bracken funeral ome, 1041 Noble avenue, and al o'clock in Our Lady of Grace hurch with a requiem Mass, urial will be in St. Michael's emctery. Mr. Kerrigan, a native cf lamford, was a Bridgeport res- lent most of his life. He was mployed 32 years by the city nd state as a senior bridge nder. He was a member of Ihe oly Name society of Our Lady Grace church, the Bridgeport ouncil of Catholic Men, and the onnecticut State Employes as- ociation. Survivors are four sons, Robrt of Stratford, Wallace of Mii- rd, George of Bridgeport and harles Kerrigan of Monroe; iree daughters, Mrs. Dorothy ickneider and Mrs. Shirley Roh- rcson, both of Bridgeport, nnci rs. Margaret Gill of Milford: brolher, George Kerrigan of ridgeport: two si.sters, Mrs. azel Kelly of Bridgeport and rs. Joseph Colihan of Excel- or, Minn.: 21 grandchildren and ne great-grandchild. ford, was nn-arta resident all her life; She retired Trom the Cily Trusl company earlier this year. Survivors are two nephews. Adolph Reiniteln Adolph Reinslein, 78, of ««5 Lincoln avenue, died today in his home. Services will take place to- moronv at I I a.m. in the A. L. Green funeral home, 927 Grand slreet, with Rabbi Jonah Gewirlz of Congregation Agudas Achim officiating. Burial will be in Loyalty cemetery, Fairfield. Mr. Reinslein, a native of Romania, was a resident here 15 years. He was a member of Mizrachi. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Edith Bufferd of Bridgeport; a brolher, Mark Reinstein of ridgeporl; two sisters, Mrs. Nct- Berkowitz of Bridgeport and rs. Cecilia Edwin of While lains, N. Y.; several grandchil en and great-grandchildren. Mrs. Frank Langlcy Services for Mrs. Minnie But- T Langley, 73, of 167 Englewood venue, widow of Frank Langy, who died Thursday, took ace today in the Robert E. ennessy funeral home, with Ihe ev. Howard Orr, minister of ie Olivet Congregational church, fficiating. Burial was in Park emelery. Frank Laykc Military services will be con- ucted Wednesday for Frank ayke, of 41 West avenue, who ied yesterday in his home. They ill take place at 8:15 a.m. in the harles W. Dougielto and Sons neral home. 798 Park avenue, nd at 9 o'clock in St. Joseph's olish National church wilh a re- uiem Mass. The Rt. Rev. Leo- old Dombrowski will officiate. be St. Joseph's urial will emetery. The Rosary will be recited to- lorrow evening at 7:45 o'clock the funeral home Born in Poland, Mr. Layke was mployed as a drill operator by ie Jenkins Valve company for 3 years until his retirement in 963. A veteran of World War I, e was a member of Ihe Polish !ational union and Veterans of farld War I, barracks 771, Survivors are his wife, Mrs. nary Zuaf Laykc; two daugh ers, Mrs. Wanda Johnson and Irs. Helen Steele, both of Bridge- sort; two brothers. William and oseph Loyek, both ot Scranton, 5 a.; a sister, Mrs. Agnes Rochon f Albany, N.Y.; four grandchild en, a great-grandchild and sev- ral nieces and nephews. Mrs. Raymond G. Leonard Services will be conducted Wednesday for Mrs. Ethel Kinnie Leonard, 78, of 161 Sherman Ireet, Fairfield, widow of Ray ond G. Leonard and sicler )imil! L. Kinnie, former Fair eld First Selectman, who dice Saturday in her home. They will take place at 2 p.m L the Fairfield funeral home o Mbert W. Spear, 39 South Ben son road, with the Rev. Henr i: Robinson, minister of the ; irst Church Congregational, offi :iating. Burial will be in Moun ain Grove cemetery. Born in Ansonta, Mrs. Leonan lad lived in the Bridgeport are; many years. Miss Anna 5arnick Private services will be con ucted tomorrow for Miss Anna arnick, of 938 Black Rock turn ke, Fairfield, who died Saturday i St. Mary's hospital, Trumbull hey will take place in the Les funeral home, 1390 Fairfield venue, with the Rev, James S ood, minister of the · Fairfiek race Methodist church, official ig. Private burial will be akeview cemetery. Born in Czechslovakia, Miss arnick was an area resideni ver 50 years. Survivors are a brother, John arnick of Fairfield and severa eces and nephews. Surviving, in addition to rother, are several nieces nephews. Joseph Mikluscak Services for Joseph Mikluscak 45. of 269 Orchard street, wh died Thursday, took place yesler day in St. John the Baptist Car patho-Russian Greek Catholi :hurch, with Ihe Rev. John Mar covich oracialing. Burial was i St. John's cemeiery, Stratford. Bearers were John Mihalko vlichael Burlone, Thomas Rink John Wasko, Nalhan Trostonof and Fred MarccL Mrs. Frank Miller Services for Mrs. Lena Pilasc Miller, 79, of 951 Capitol avenue widow of Frank Miller, who die Saturday, took place today the A. L. Green funeral horn wilh Rabbi J. M. Jacobovit officiating. Burial was in Loyalt cemetery, Fairfield. Leonard Izzo Services for Leonard Izzo, 66, formerly of 1298 Pembroke streel, who died Friday, took place today in Holy Rosary Mrs. John E. Pardoc Mrs. Cornelia Meachen Pa doe, 64, of 60 Circular avenu widow of John E. Pardoe, die yesterday in Park City hospital. Services will take p 1 a c Wednesday at I I a.m. in the Fni field funeral home of Wilmc West and Goulding, 1209 Po road, wilh the Rev. Arthur . Monk, reclor of Christ Episcop church, Stratford, officiatin. Burial will he In Mounlain Gro\ cemelcry. Mrs. Pardoe, * native of Stra Edward Harlan Rugg Services for Edward Marian ugg. 70, of 45 Okenuck [rail, ratford, who died Friday, took ace today to the Albert W. war funeral home with the Rev. ,bert W. Shedtclls, paslor of the rsl Baptist church, officiating, urial was in St. Michael's ceme- Services were conducted with U military honors. Bearers were H. Manton Ahl- erg, Robert A. Flynn, John Morsey, Erwin L. Mott, Robert E. arga and Joseph J. Wcislo. Louis A. Sabo Jr. Services for Louis A. Sabo Jr., i, of 128 Whittier street, w h o ed Saturday in his home, will k e place t o m o r r o w S a.m. in the Adzima funeral otnc, 551 Arctic street, and at 8 clock in the Holy Trinity By- ntine Greek Catholic church ith Ihe Rev. Laszlov Orosz offi- ating. Burial will be in St ohn's cemetery. There will be Panahedeon serves tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the neral home. Mr. Sabo was a lifelong resi- ent of Bridgeport. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. :ary Saykosky Sabo; a daughter, rs. Catherine DeChello of Trum- ull; his parents, Mr. and Mrs ouis Sabo, Sr., of Bridgeport; a rolher, Alfred Sabo of Bridge ort: five grandchildren and se- eral nieces and nephews. Mn. John Schaeler Services for Mrs. Pearl Ro; chaefer, 72, of 174 Logan slreel -idow of John Schaefer, whi ied Saturday, will take place to lorrow at 9 a.m. in the Frank adozycki and Sons funera ome, 305 Pulaski street. Buria ·ill be at the convenience o he family. William E. Twine Services for William E. Twine if 231 Hough avenue, who die r riday, will take place tomor ow at 1 p.m. in the James F Morton funeral home wilh th ev. William O. Johnson of th First Baptist church, Slratford fficiating. Burial will be in Moun ain Grove cemetery. James E. Comer Sr. AUBURN, Mass.--Services fo lames E. Comer, Sr., 65, of 13 South street, formerly of Bridgi jort, who died Saturday, wi ake place tomorrow at 8:30 a.m n the Lindquist funeral home, Butler street, and at 9 o'cloc St. Joseph's church with solemn high requiem Mass. Mrs. Harold J. Nadeau DANBURY--Services for Mr ?uth S. Layda Nadeau, 45, i -orty Acre Mountain road, wi of Harold J. Nadeau, who die Saturday, will take place Tue day at 10:15 a.m. in the Corne Memorial home, 247 White stree and at 11 o'clock in St. Paul Lutheran church, with the Re Andrew Mazak, pastor, olficia 'ng. Burial will be in Immanu Lutheran cemetery. Howard B. Andrew MILFORD -- Howard B. A drew, 67, of 27 Golden Hill strec died Saturday in his home. Services will take place Tue day at 11 a.m. in Ihe Wyatt-Je sen funeral home, 51 State slree Ansonia. Burial will be in Mou St. Peter cemetery, Derby. Mr. Andrew, a native of W lerbury, prior to moving to M ford was a resident of Anson 48 years. He retired in January 1946 as custodian of the Anson National bank now the Union Ne Haven bank. He was a memb of Christ Episcopal church of A sonia. He was a former Repub can alderman in the Second Wa and former assistant registrar voters in Ansonia. He was pa captain of the Eagle Hose com pany in Ansonia. Survivors arc his wife, Mr Helen Noon Andrew; twb brot s, Walter of Seymour »nd Les. : Andrew of Ansonit; one niece id one nephew. Miss Cltr* H«w(*te MILFORD -- Services will be nducled Wednesday for Miss ara Howgale,' 93, of 1 East oadway, who died yesterday Seaside Convalescent hospital. They will take place at 2 p.m. the Cody-White funeral home, 7 Broad street, with the Rev. dward R. Taft, reclor of St. Per's Episcopal church, officiat- ;. Burial will be in Lakeview metery. Born in Union Cily, Miss Howie was an area resident for sev- al years. She was employed by e Challenge Cut Right company Bridgeport until her retire- mt. Survivors are n sister, Miss aria Howgate and an aunt, Mrs. mma Norton of Bridgeport. Charles McMellon M I L F O R D -- Services for harles McMellon, 57, of 6 Hoov- slreet, who died Saturday will ke place Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. Ihe Cody-White luneral home. 7 Broad street, and at 11 clock in St. Peter's Episcopal lurch wilh a requiem H o l.y ucharist. Burial will be in Kings ighway .cemetery. Gustave A. Burkhardt NORWALK -- Services for ustave A. Burkhardt, 73, of 20 oodlawn avenue, who died Fri ay, will take place Tuesday at 30 a.m. in the Collins funera ome, 92 East avenue, and at 9 clock in St. Joseph's church ith a requiem Mass. Burial wi e in St. John's cemetery. Mrs. Emma Cameron NORWALK--Mrs. Emma Camron, 87, of 7 Hawkins avenue ed this morning at Norwalk hos- tal where she was admitted eb. II. Arrangements for serv es have not yet been announo Mrs, Harry F. O'Brien NORWALK -- Mrs. Anna C 'Brien, of 36 Fairfield avenue idow of Harry F. O'Brien, die aturday morning in Westpor lanor. Services will take place tomor ow at 10:30 a.m. in the Ganung ineral home, 84 South Main reel, with Ihe Rev. Leland O unt, reclor of Trinity Episcopa lurch, officiating. Burial will be in Rosedali emetery, East Orange, N.J. Mrs. O'Brien, a native of Nev ork city, lived in Nonvalk foi ght years. Survivors are two nieces and wo nephews. t,her sister, Mrs^Dtan H, Oycr- ilser; wjlh whom' she resided, They will tike pl*ce at 2 p.m. n the Stevens funeral home, New Hartford,' N.Y..' with the 3ev. ohn N. Faulty, minister o( Ihe Vew Hartford Methidlst church, fflciajing. Burial will be In Green' Lawn cemetery, New Hartford. The Dennis and D'Arcy funeral ome, 1046 Fairfield ' avenue, is n charge of l.ical arrangements. Born in New Hartford, N.Y., .iiss Clark retired last year as a high school teacher in Roslyn, .Y, before moving to Trumbull. "Survivors, ;in addition lo her ister, are a brother, Dr. Prcs- on R. Clark of New Harlford, Ihree nieces, and two nephews. Pasquxle C, Saccone TRUMBULL--Pasquale C. Saccone, 78, of 69 Ureat Neck road, died yeslerday in his home. Services will take place Wednesday at 8 a.m. in Ihe Richards"Spadaccino funeral home, 439 Washington avenue, and at o'clock in St. Catherine of Siena church with a solemn high requiem Mass. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. St. Raphael's Altar guild of Christ the King church will cite the Rosary tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. in the funeral home. Mr. Saccone, a nalive of Avellino. Italy, was a Bridgeport resident 54 years before moving to Trumbull six years ago. He was employed by [he Manning Maxwell and Moore company A'-. years until his retirement. He ivas a member of the company's Quarter Century club. Survivors arc his wife, Mrs Lucia Pelrucelli Saccone; two sons. Peter and John Saccone o Trumbull; two daughlers, Mrs Viola Elliano and Miss Martha Saccone of Trumbull: two brolh ers, Louis Saccone of Bridgepor and Gelasio Saccone of Italy; three sisters, Mrs. Immaculala Alessandro of Bridgeporl two others in Italy; four grand children, three grcat-grandchil dren and several nieces anc nephews. 1REMEN TO ATTEND MEMORIAL SERVICES MILFORD--Paid and volunteer embers of the Milford fire de- Mrtment will Attend memorial rvlces tonight for Stewart T. osier, 69, of 308 High slreet, « lired member of the deparl- enl, who died Friday In his ome in St. Petersburg, Fla. The Rev. Edward Taft, depart- ent chaplain, will conduct the irvices at 8 o'clock in the Cody- hile funeral home, 107 Broad reel. Funeral services will lake place imorrow at 2 p.m. in the funeral ome with the Rev. Dr. Harry rice, minister of Mary Taylor emorial Methodist church, of- ciating. Burial will be in King's ighway cemetery. Christopher Smith TRUMBULL -- Services fo Christopher Smith, 68, of 18 Ko ger road, who died Saturday, wi] take place Tuesday at 9:15 a.m in Mullins and Redgate funera home, Main slreet, 2nd at 10 o' clock in St. Teresa's church will a requiem Mass. Burial will DC in St. Michael's cemeiery Mrs. Amcdee LaFrenaye PROVIDENCE, R.l. -- Serv-! ces will be conducted Wednesday or Mrs. Julie M. DeSaulcIs La- renaye, 58, of Providence, wid- w of Amedee LaFrenaye, who ied Sunday in the home of her aughter, Mrs. Wallace W. Lebel ! Cranston. They will be conducted al 8 .m. in the Trottier-Paquin fu- eral home, 74 Dexler slreet, nd at 9 o'clock in St. Charles iiurch with a solemn high re- uiem Mass. Burial will be in t. Ann's cemetery, Cranston. Born in St. Jude, Canada, Mrs. aFrenaye was a Providence esident many years. Survivors, In addition to her aughler, are three sons, Jay LaFrenaye of Pawlucket. Alphnse LaFrenaye of Providence, nd Aantate J. LaFrenaye of lonroe, Conn.; another daugh er, Mrs. William F. Hodgkir.son if Milford, Conn.; three brothers, ean-Baptisle DeSautels. and F.I- ear LaFrenaye, both o[ Monreal, Canada, and Napoban La- : renaye of Willimanselt. Mass a sister, Mrs. Clara Burnier of rlontreal, Canada, and Iwo grandchildren. 5 SAILORS KILLED IN VIRGINIA CRASH FREDERICKSBURG, V a AP) -- Five sailors were kilte early today when their ca lammed into a tractor-traile ruck parked along Intcrslat 5. Stale police said the Iruc vas parked on the shoulder o he highway and its driver ha post Dares and reflectors to ti ·ear. Site of the crash was abou .wo miles north of this ^ vhich is about 45 miles south o Washington, D.C. The sailors, all stationed Norfolk, were identified a *alph Edward Crawford Jr., 24 tephen R. Carey, J8; Russe I. Barrowclough Jr., 22, an Vemell Scott, 21, all crewme aboard the USS Tutila, and Joh F. Joyner, 21, of the USS Ch Steven D. Arendl TRUMBULL--Steven D. Arendt, hree-week-old son of Mr. ant Mrs. Rudolph C. Arendt, of 39 Jtlle Plains road, died today in Us home. Private services will take place .omorrow at 2 p.m. in the Trum bull Congregational church with he Rev. Robert Balfe, pastor officiating. Burial will be in St Michael's cemetery. The Cyril F. Mullins funera home, 399 White Plains road, is n charge of arrangements. Surivors, in addition to his jarents, are a brother, Jonathan ^. Arendt;, his maternal grand larents, Mr. and Mrs. Charle. Hall; his paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Arendt Sr., his two great-grandmothers Mrs. Arthur Mantle and Mrs Burr Beach, ail of TiuiT.bull. Mallhcw S. Backiel TRUMBULL -- Services Slale police said Crawfor was from Baltimore, Md. Horn towns of the other victims wer nol immediately known. DEATH NOTICES AVKK--Ir, Ihlt Cllx Mirch 6. 1966 Krinlc L«yk«. beloved, husband- ol. Mary zurat LcvVe of 41 Wetl A x e . Krlendi arc Invited Co *ILen4 Ihe (u- nerak with lull military honors from llic, Charlet W. DouKJello and Sons lu-: tieral home, 796 Park Ave.. corner or W. Liberty El., on Wed. March 9 hi :I5 a.m. and from SI. Joseph's PoUh National church at °:CO a.m. vtllti « requiem Mass w]Lh Rt, Rev. Leopold Dombrowixl oltJclaUnr. Inlermenl St. Joseph's c*m«i*rj-. in*. Inli ·. friendids Tnay call 5 KILLED BY QUAKES IN TURKISH REGIONS A N K A R A , Turkey (AP) -- ifteen persons were killed in arthquakes which shook widely eparalcd regions of east and orthcast Turkey early today, ie state radio network report- Trie Central Meteorology Bu- eau said the quake appeared to ave been centered In the prov- nce of Erzurum, about 150 nilcs southwest of the Soviet order. Tremors described as "mild o fairly sharp" also were fell in iirl and Mus provinces and Iwo 3lack Sea provinces lo the orlh. DEATH NOTICES VI1K11SOX--In I h l s city March 3. 1766. John P. Anderson, f m h e r of Andrew B. Anderson and Miss M n t i « K. Anderson of 17* Tern! I Road- Si rat ford, Funeral services w i l l be held on Monda p »l 2 from Slraltord [uneraJ home of Dennis and h'Arcv. 2611 Muln streel. Interment in l-aVevlew letery. Friends ma;' call Saturday Mon. 7'9 p.m. Tues. 3i9' p.m. Vets i W.W 1. Barrack 771 will have a rHual,, 7:30 Tu«. Rosin 1 will be ceclled AI 7:45 p.m. Tue?, Scranton, Pa., papert, please copy. IJUKVAKD--In Falr!l«ld. Conn. March 5. 19*6. Ethel K i n n i e reward, widow ' ol Raymond O. Leonard ol L A I Sherman, si., Falrtleld. Funeral ttn'lrefi M i l l be held m Uie FaHfield (unera. home ol Albert W. Ppear, 39 South Benson Rd. on Wed.. March 9. al 3:00. I n t e r m e n t In Ml. Grove cemetery. Friends may call Monday evenlne Irani 7-9 and on Tuesday from 3-5 and 7-9. McMKUXlN--In MIHord March 5, 1J66. Charles Mi-Mellon beloved huiliand ol ' 1C cue 1 tenant McMollon ol 6 Hoover 1 St.. Mlllord. Funeral services will ti« held at Ihe Cody White f u n e r a l home, ' 107 Broad fat.. MIKord. Tueidav nl ' 10:30 n.m. with A requiem Holy ~ Kurharlst at Kl. Peter's Episcopal ' church at I I a.m. InterTMml In KtncA Highway c*mel*ry. Friends may call Monday 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. II1J.KR--In this clly March 5, 1966. Lena Miller, 951 Capitol AVC. Friendi- aie Inviied (o mtend ike funeral from the A-U Green funeral home. 9?7 Grand H.. on Monday I [.m. Inter* men! m Loyally cemetery, faltljeM. 'AltnOK--In, this Cily, March 6, 1966. Cornelia Mcachen Pardoe. o( 60 C u r u - lar Ave.. Bridre port. Funeral sen-ices Mill be held Wednesday at 11 a.m from the Falrtleld runeral home of · XVIImot, West 4 (.ouldms. ISC') Foil Rd.. Fairfield. Interment In M o u n t a i n Grove cemetery, Fatrfteld. FrienrSi ·- may call Tuestlay, 7 lo 9 p.m. In lieu ot flow ers those deUnnz may make contribution* lo the Heart Fund. RM.VSTKl\_|t\ thit Lily. Marcli 7 1966. Adolph ntlniteln ol e6S L i n c o l n ' Ave. Funeral services will be held at Ihe A, U Green f u n e r a l home. 937 Graj.4 SI.. Tuesday at n a.m. Inter- m e n t In Loyalty cemetery, FairljelrL til ric F.I» u Ua K J monslon, Mn rch 5 1966. «Mer a ] one )|j n « s . WHf 0 " ^ late Benjamin UcWitl Rlcgcl of fcoum- poil. Conn,, and 770 Park Ave , New \orTt t'lty. Be lot en momer o; Hath- eunc it. fc,mory. devoted G r a n d m o t h e of Kalhenne K. Mookey, Leha K. R a i a - . 7 lo 9 p. to 9 p.m Sunday 3 lo S and 7 Jamrs 1 1- ' · R. F.mory. Sen Ices at Episcopal church, Madu 7 I U M.. « V.i:..' MondivV March ' 96t, al 1:30 n .m. In Lieu or flower* tabuclons ntay bt made 1o t'ornc-'l iversity Medical College. 1300 Yorlc e., .VVC., for research In Leuiie- a and Allied Uliorden. ^"^ Uni IMi March 4, 1964. X D U K W -- I t i Milford. March 5- 1966, Howard B. Andrew, husband of Helen Noon* Andrew ol ?7 Golden Hill St. JdJ/ord. tonntrly ot Aruonla. FUneral servlc« will be held Tuewiw Ml 11 *,ru. In Ihc Wyall-Jennen tunernl home. 5? Slate SL. Antonta. Irtrrmenl in Mount St. Peter Cemetery, !t-by. Friendi m«.v call Mondtv, 3 lo 5 7 to 9 a.m. . , . Curl E«cV ot 2913 Mam St.. formerly of r^triitforct. Friend* are iimtfd lo at- lend Ihe f u n e i a l from Uie Cyril K. Mullins, Trumbull f u n e r a l home, 359 White Plains road ai c*il iO. Merrill Parkway on Tuesdny, March 6 at 6 : 1 5 a m . and from M. PaincU's churrh w i t h a requiem hish Mat* al 9 a.m. Interment In, SI. Michael' j cemeiery. Friends may cull Sunday 7-9 p.m. and Monday 2-5 and 7-9- C3AHK -- In Tnimbull March fi. 1 766- MIM Florence K, Clark, sister ot Mrs. Uean H, QverhLter or '33 Erwin SL. Ti-umbull. Formerly of 316 Main SL. Roslvn. SevT York, y-unctal servic*s "ill b* held on Wed. »t 1 p.m. from Ihe Stevens f u n e r a l home. New Hartford. N e w York. Inlermenl in Green l-awn cemeiery- " N e w HarUord. N . Y . Local ArranH em fills by Pennls A. D'Arcr funeral home, 261 1 ilain fit, SlraUord. DENNIS -- In Derby. March 4. 1966. Mar- saret lenni^. widow ot Robtn Dennit. formerly o! 247 Lafayette £t Funeral services will be held from tht funeral residence ot Fran* Polkc and Son. 15X6 rairfleVI Ave.. corner Han i-oclt Ave.. on Mon. at S:30 a.m.. and from St. Georsc'i R c. church where a requiem Mai* win he oflercd. 1 termenl in Si. MlchaeU cemclery. Friends may call SUTI. 3 Recltailon o( roiary gun evening at fl p.m. OSTKH-- In St Pelersburc. Fla. March 5. 1964. Stewart T. Foiler. belovrd h u s b a n d o! Clara Roberts Rosier of 306 Hish SI- Milford, flincral sen'lces '" be held al the Cody White (ui ...... home. 107 Broad SI., Milrord. Tuei- day al 2 p.m. Intermenl tn Kins* Highway cemeltry. Frtendi may caM M day 2-3 and 7-9 p.m. GIlF.RMVOOn-- In Slrat/ord March 5lh, 1966. N f a r ^ a r e t Benedict Greenwood 1738 Eim St.. SlraUord. wife ol Ihe l«1e Arlhur Greenwood. Ftlenda are Invited 10 attend the funeral on Tues, at 8:15 a.m- Iran the Llcbenim and Heaphy (uneral home. EC* Falrficld A V B . Funeral icrvlcn will b« held al St. Peters church »( 9 a.m irlth a Mas* of requiem. Interment In park cemetery. Friendi may call Mon., 0-i anJ 7-9 p.m. H.\TTKRSI.F.Y-- -In ElraUord, March 6. 1966. B«rtha Herrmann Halterstey, widos* of John II. Hatterslfy ol 1395 .Vorth Ave.. filra(ford. Funeral «erv- ir« w[U be held Wednesday al 11 a.m. at the Stratford funeral home of Den- nn * D'Arcrv, 2611 .VTain SL I n t e r - ment in Ijikeview cemeler. Friendi m a v call Tuesday, 2 to 5 and 7 lo 9 r.m. Kdwan] H, Rurir, "hutband ol Victoria H. RUEB ot 45 OVenucV Trail. S t r a t - A l b e r t \V. Spear luneral home. l?!2 ' nclj a v e n u e on Monday, March al 2:00. Interment In SI, Mi- v . m e l s cemetery. Friends may call bunday, from 2-5 and 7-9. ^t~J n th11 ^ March 5. 1964. Louia ;v h»Do Jr.. beloved huiband of M a r y bavkoiky sabo of I 2 B Whittler St. Friend* are. invited lo attend Ihe f u n e r al from the Adiima funeral home. 59] !K,^' !""??»' M 8:15 artr. 711 Arc il. .. ith the rar.a- 7-30 I I* .... v-aihollc church at Kev. Laizio oron officlalinc. hedcon services on. Monday p.m. I n t e r m e n t In St. John' t r r v . stratlonl. Friendi may call Men- · d a y 2-5 and ?-9 p.m. V'a^uar^'r '£'' C ' b ' * l a r c h *· '? f i *Rd.. Tnimbull'^briovni Eband^ol Lucia PC truce] 11 Bacrone. beloved f a - t h e r of P e t e r , mid John S*tximt. Mr". Viola K l l l a n o and Mm M a r t h a f-'ac- rone, brother ot l^oals and fielaiio tac-cone. Mrs. Jm macula In AIe»*andn iriend* are Invited lo allend the lu- neral liom ihe Htchanls-Spadaccinu luneral home. 499 W«jh1n*lon Avr" nn (\erl. Mnrch 9 at 8:00 a.m, n n i from st, tlalherine ot Nena cnnrrhi «( 9:00 a.m., vrKfi a o((mn hich Mais of requiem. Interment In St. Michael's cemeiery. Friends may call 1 Mon. 7 lo 9 p.m.. Tu«. 3 1o ? r rn r Si, naphael A l l a r Guild o/ Christ tht hlne w i l l r*cLle the R o t a r y l\ies. 8:33 p.m. · SAn\ECK--ln Trumbull March 5, 1964 . Anna tarnick of 93S Black Rock Tp^e,. t airfield. Private aervlccs wlU be held Tuesday al the convenience ol the f a m l l v wilh the Rev. James P. }[oo1 ofticiallnr. Inlermenl In Ijifcavkw cemeten 1 . There will be no callfni liours and pleaie, omit flow en. ClUKFKfl-- In st Vincent's Hospital, March 5. 1966. Mrs. Pearl Schacfer. «ldow ot John fccnarfer tT.. o; 1 7 4 IAS an KL, Bpi. r'\ineral sen-Ires w i l l be held In the Radoivckl funeral home ' 305 Pu!ask( SI., on tu«day al 9 a nil Iniermenl at the convenience ol lh* family, friends may rail .Monday 6-9 ' p.m. 3IITH_ln W.K cily, March S, 1966, , Cnristopher Smith. huibanJ of Anna Carrl* Smith of 18 Ko«r r,d., Tram." bull. Funeral service* wll] laic place on Tuesday. March 6. E964. al 9:15 ; a.m. in the Lon* Hill JuneraJ home rt Mulllns and Redaale. M a i n Hi. and Gorham PI . and in St. Tertna 1 ^ church al 1D:OO a m . wilh a requiem Masv Inlermenl w i l l be in fit. Mi- chael'i cemeien.-. blends may call on Monday trom 3 till 10 p.m. m i N K -- I n N'ew Haven M a r r h 4. u ill lam E. Twine, beloved hujbandl or UMn Brill Twine of 231 Itourh Av c Friendi are invited lo jtiie-nd Uie (u- . neral at l p.m. Irom Ihe J a m e s F. ei-al home, 25 Currier Ft · · Rev. w.O. Johnson RUSSELL C. WESTOVER OF 'HLUE' FAME DIES SAN RAFAEL, Calif, (AP) -Russell C. Westover, creator of the comic strip, 'Tillie the Toiler," died Saturday in Marin General Hospital after a siege of influenza complicated by pneumonia. He was 79. Westover orginated the "Tillie" strip, the adventures of a high-spirited stenographer, for King Features Syndicate in 1921. He retired in 1954 and the feature was discontinued two years later. He is survived by his widow, Genesta, who was the model for the character "Tillie," at the family home in nearby Ross: two sons, Russell C. Westover Jr., a San Rafael attorney, and Alden Westover, an El Cerrito businessman; a brother, Curtis, of Stockton, and 'a sister, Merle Lannpn, of Lafayette, Cnlif. Episcopal funeral services will b* held here Tuesday. Milli nt the Codj'-tttiUr f u n e r a l hame. 107 Broad Si,, MIKord, Wel. *l ? p .m, I j i l e r m e n t In Lake view cemetery, Fr.cnd may call Tues., 7 lo f . p.m. IMBIIO--In this oly March 5, 19A6. Eu- A»n Imbro. bclovt Andrew Imbro of _ . , _ . , 65. Friends ire I n v l l e d (o attend the f u n e r a l from the Charlei T. Pi i ley funeral borne. 255 Bamum Ave., cor. Noble on Wednesday at 8:15 vm, and at Q a.m. from S(, cyrtl and Mclho- dim church with a tolemn hish re-qulem Mass, Interment In St Ei- rti«el' cemeiery. Friend* may call Monday and Tuesday 3'5 and 7-9 p.m. March 7, ot 135 Smith. ur Fir* I church of Kiraircmt (f, I n l e r m e n l tn Ml. Grova Friend nmy call Monday l.N* M E M O R I A M ivlng memory or Irving Leonard ' / ta«*-d R « a y March 7. 1565- ·t ire leicc we loved *o dpar. ' s I h c voice we loved 10 hear; lor irBhl or speech. Who, gone *way. is J u s t as dear. Sadly mined] by w i f e , A n n , d a u J bcLc IN MEMO Ft I AM lovlna memory of JANCES CAHSON. ' iband, falher and rrandfaiher Matthew Stanley Backiel, 41, of 3391 Huntington road, who died Saturday, took place today in St. Anthony's church with a solemn high requiem Mass. Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery. The celebrant of the Mass was the Rev. Chester Kicia, assisted by the Rev. Andrew Skjba, deacon, and the Rev. Camillus B3aszczak, aubdeacon. Father Blaszczak read the committal. Bearers were Frank Polahar, Stanley Kolda, John Philip, Richard 'Stockmal, John Backiel and Henry Stochmal, Jr. Miss Florence E. Clark TRUMBULL -- Services wi' be conducted Wednesday for Miss Florence-E. Clark, 59. of 435 Erwln street, formerly of Roslyn, N.y., a retired school .teacher, who died yesterday in the home GUILFORD SERVICES FOR HUGH B A I L L I E GUILFORD (UPI) -- Memorial Services were held at Christ Episcopal Church on the Green Sunday for Hugh Baillie, 75, former president and board chairman of United Press, now United Press International. Following the services, Baillie was burled in the family plot in Alderbrook cemetery. Baillie. who gained prominence as a world reporter before becoming president of the news service, died al a La Jolla, Calif., hospital Tuesday following a heart failure. A widower since 1962, Baillie is survived by his son Scott, a sportswriter for UPI in San Francisco, his mother, a brother, a grandson and a nephew. . ____ _______ . , Lvnne PI., BridBPport. Frtends are Invited fo attend Uie funeral Wedne s- day al 8:30 * m. in the William M. Bracken f u n e r a l tiomc, 1041 No We AY*., cor. Spring St.. and al 9 n.rn. In Our Ladv ot Grace i-hutch with * Man. Interment in Si. IAFBKXAYK--In Pfovidence. R.t. Mar. 6. 1964. Julia M. Desutclt t J l r e n a y e of 58 Cum«rforrt R(.. Providence, wife of the late Amedee Lnfrenavc. Funeral Wednesday fiom the TroUier-PaquIn f u n e r a l home. 74 Ue*ter St., Providence al 8 a.m. .Solemn requiem Mast a I yL Charte-A Borromeo church ni } o'rlrvk. Fricndi mav call Monday 7-7 p.m.. Tuesday "2-4 and 7-9 p.m. I..v:\fJI.KV~-Surtcrenly In Ih^ rily March 3. 19(56. M i n n i e Buller Unjl-y. «i(e of I woo . held Monday. March 7lh in the Kobe 11 F.. Hennery funer home, 2736 M a f n street, with Re Howard Orr of fit lailne. Interment Park cemetery. Friends may c K t ' u r d n y 7 to 10 p.m., Sunday ? Id p.m. Parking In rear of funeral who DRise-d away is year* aio. March 7th, 1951- MII pentle manner, his k i n d l y way; A l w a y s the wurmih tn h i s vole*. We couldn't have had a teller Dad It *e had had our choice, He is son* but not torjiollen. "- J 1 - · ' ' ' hli wife, chiidr Broken Is the f a m i l y M E M o f H A M lernory ol Irvinf Leonard; · 'd ftwis- M a r r h 7, 1945. .1. ~clc, dear one is paurd away, .icd Trom earth and; eanhJy d a r k n e s i brisrht and perfect d a y : F u t we all muit cease to l a n B u i i h , ff Ihc sr»\e ot him we lore. rive to be .irepare-l lo me«l him. 1he belter world] above. Sadly missed by brolher Paul. IN' M E M O R I A M loving m e m o r y ol Olio Sahlol ... passed away Mnri-h 7lh, ,965. March b r J n u A sad memories, Ot you. Olio, gone lo rrsl. And (hove who i h l n k of jfJ 'oday, Are 1hos* who loved joy b**1, The years inay wipe out many i h i r FuL ihls (hey oul never. ' for l,oul* K- Abrlola Jr.. March 8 at 8 o'clock at the Holy Rosary church. The memory ol han^y dai'j, ... bo. Mny God Brant you clernal resl, Sadly missed by_slsier Emina__BollieT.- · MASS NOTICE There will be a Tim a n n i v e r s a r for Mrs. Loreita FoUer R r o w n on Wed- . . . congratulate Moiher and welcome Jhe new arrival with . . . The .Bridgeport Florist Association

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