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OBITU Elton I. Connor . Services for Elton P. Connor 7. of Hialeah. Fla.. formerly of Fairfield, a retired accountant rVMh the Handy and Harmon com- 'any, who died .Sunday in the 'all Meadow Medical Center n Ualeah, will take place Wed- lesday at 11 a.m. in the Shaugh- lessey Brothers funeral home, 50 ^fief road, Fairflcld. Bur al will e in Oaklawn cemetery, Fair- ield. Mr. Connor was born in Fairie!d and was a resident of that own for many years. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mildred Maudre Connor, of ·lialeah , two sisters, Mrs. ~larfir.ce Sherwood of Stamford; nd Mrs. Helen Doxey of Brook- yn;-and a nephew. Mrs. Maria DeJesus Services for Mrs. Maria De- resus, 38, of 1233 Pembroke treer, who died Sunday in Bridgeport hospital, will take lace Tuesday at 9:15 a.m. in he Charles Dougiello and Sons unerartiomc, 798 Park avenue, and at 10 o'clock in St., Mary's church. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. Mrs, DeJesus was born in Pa- illas, Puerto Rico, and was a Duth Notice* A B1 COS -Suddenly in \*VH Haven, Conn, Oct. 9, 1W7. Joseph George Baker cf M A Robert Treal tfrive, Mi- Ford, husband of s*ttna Bolsi*/ Blocs, father ot Robert Blaos of Bridgeport. George Blgoi of ffiomoston. Conn,, James BIso* of MUford; and Kenneth B gos of Gulltord, Conn. Swvlces will be held on Wednesday, Od. 12, of 11 a.m. at Me Cunerol horn* of George J. Smith and Son, 1JS Broad street, /Ail- ford. The Jehovah Witnesses will conduct their service. Interment In Pork C1y cemetery, Bridgeport- IVfend* may coll ot the rurerol horn* on Tuesday 3-i and 1-9 p.m. CALLAHAN-ln this city, Oct. 8, 197? Joseph W. Cailohan of 2J Gwendolen drive, Trumbull. Friend* are- Invited, to olleiw the funeral on Tuesday ot 9'1S am. In the Cyril F. Mull ns Itnerol dome-, 399 While Plains road at Ex \ 50, Me/rUt Pqrkway end at )0 a m In Christ Ihe King church In Trumbull vrftri o Mass of Christian Burial. Interment in St. Michael's cemetery, Stratford. Friends may call fAontfoy J-9 p.m. CAVALLARO-ln SbeJJon, Oct. 9, 1977. Antoinette Cavalioro of 211 Sourtdvitw avenue, Shelter), mortier ot Vincent Cavairaro and Mrs. William Anno Belle Lombard). Funeral will be an Wednes- doy at 10:15 a.m. from Ihe Rlvervlew lunerol home, 390 Rtver rood, Station, v/ith a fAass af Christian Burial at 11 a.m. in St. Lawrence church. Interment In. St. Lawrence cemetery, west Haven. Friends may call Tuesday 3-S end t-9 p.m. Conlribuiions to SI, Lav^rence church, Huntingtoji. CONNOR-- In HlalGOh, Fla., Oct. 9, 19/7. Mr. Etton j. Connor, husband ol Mrs. Mildred Connor of Kfelean, Fla., for- rnarly ol Bungalow . avenue, Folrfle d, brotfter of Mrs. Clarence Sherwood and Mrs. Helen Daxey. Friends ore Invited to attend Ihe funeral on Wednesday nt 11 a.m. a) the Shaugnnesiey Braiders funeral home, SO Reef road, FalrfleW. tnterm«rt rn Qcklawn cemetery. Fflends may call Tuesday 7-9 p.m. 1K MEMO Rl AM In loving memory of our beloved sister, Sara Angela, who died Oct. 10, 19X3 Deep 3n th« heart lies a picture. O f , a beloved one !ald lo rest. In memory's /ram* w* shall keep If, Because srie-wos ene of the belt, If we hod all the world 1o tfve; We'd give It, yes and more; To heor Her voice ond jee her smile, And greet iw ot our doors, But all we can do, dear sljler, Is 90 and tend your grave. And leave tofceni of love. To the best stsfer God ever mode. Sadly miiied by her sister Jo. IN MEMORIAL In memoiy of our. dear mother one trrgndmalhsr. Anno Alas da, who pasted aivay Dcf. 10, \t!, one year ago. Always a silent heartache, But always' a beautiful memory, · ' Of one we loved so dear. God gave me the sfrertath to bear It, And courage to .face the blow, Bui what It meant to IDS* you. No one will ever know. Sadly mfssed and lovingly remembered by your son Vincent, daughter-in-law A\ny, grandchildren and great grand- ch Idren. To Ifltw* c«rr«ct iiwtrtion M«r«ry and Man Notictf Dwulri b« Mhnil- t«J in wrrttrif 24 houn Tn idvnct o! puclicitjon ajtti. Mii! to Pwt-We- gram, 410 Stilf Sl. t Bridgeport, Cwn.«M2. BAILEY'S FLOWER SHOP "Th Complete Florisl" 25th Year In Biuin«s« EdTtoDaaey 2151 Black RockTpke., Fail-field 33*-lt»50J3.M70 Flowers Comfort Fora complela s election ol sympathy r.owefS, can your FTDFkxia. _ Vow Eirlra Tone hnoW' -- HUES i Bridgeport resident for several i years. ' Survivors include four sons c Jasilio DeJesus, Jose Orlando DeJesus, Jose Manue! DtJesus and Carlos DeJesus. all of , Bridgeport; four daughters, Carmen DeJesus, Maria DiJesus, ! Nilsa DeJesus and Sylvia DeJe- ' sus, all of Bridgeport; her par- 5 Ms, Vicente Ruiz and Mrs. ' Felieita Ruiz of Bridgeport; i seven brothers, Vincent Ruiz, · 'erfecto Ruiz, Manuel Ruiz, Jose Nfanuel Ruiz, Mirio Ruiz and J lesus Ruiz, all of Bridgeport and Pablo Ruiz of Massachu- ' setts; a sister, Miss Isabel Ruiz of Bridgeport and several nieces and nephews. Alfred DiTutlio Services for Alfred DiTullio, 80, « 253 Marion street, a retired ·under and president of the A, DiTullio and Sons Pre-Cast Concrete company, who died Sunday rl the Van Doren hospital, Fair- iel(l,' will take place Tuesday at 8 a.m. in the Parenle- -auro funeral home, 559 Wash- ngton avenue and at 9 o'clock n St. Raphael's church. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. Mr. DiTullio was born In Piano D'Orto, Abruzzi, Italy, and was a Bridgeport resident 68 years. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War 1. Survivors include tsvo sons, Elio S. DiTullio and Pasquale A. DiTullio, both of Trumbull- a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Faustini Bridgeport; three brothers, An- icny DiTullio. of Norwalk, lalph DiTullio and Gino DiTu!- io, both of Italy; three sisters, rs. Filoraena DiTullio, Mrs. rtaria DiTullio and Mrs Nicolet- DiTullio, . all ' of Italy; six ;randchi(dren and several nieces nd nephews. Alexander Gardiner Services for Alexander G.irdm- , 87, of 27S Sturges road. Fair- eld, who died Thursday will DEATH NOTICES aa u ^Mf S y ' n 8r 1 -A«bl!£ s1 reef, 'Bridgeport. Friends are [nvlted lo an end the funerol from the Charles nouglello and Sons Junerol home, 7W Park cvenue. on Tuesday of ?;15 a.m. in St. Mary's B.C. church at jo O . m with a Mass of Christian Burial. Interment n St. AAchMl's ceinelery. Friends may call Monday 59 p.m. EVON5HUK -- In New Haven, Odober 9, 1977. Lwrence Dcvwishuk of 116 High street, Shdlon, huMxuid cl Barbcra 4ornlek Devonshuk. Funeral will be Tuesday al »:15 QJTI. In the Rlvervfew ur.eral horn*, 390 River Rd. Shellon, tQllo'rved by a MUM of OiristJon Burk)! ot 9 a.m. fn the Church D r si. Maroafe! fAary. Friend* moy call this evening 3-' 7-9 p.m. Pleas* omit flowers. TULLIO-- In Fafrfletd, Oct. 1, 1977 Alfredo DITullla, hiratarxl of ttis late V/onda Serrtcehlo DiTullio of 2SJ Morion slreet, beloved father ot EII S. DSTuIllo, Paiquala A. DITulllo, Mrs. EUzobeth rouslfnl end broker o AnttvMY, Rarph ond Glng DlTull o, Firamtno, Mario ond Nleofe+ftr OITW- Ifo. Friends are Invtfed to attend the funeral on Tuesday nwrog at B o'clock from the Parente-Laoro funero home, 599 Washington avenue, and a 9 o'dock m St. Raphael's, tfiurch with o Mtns of Cnrtttlati Burial. In- lerment in SI. Michael's cemetery. Fflends may caN Monday- 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Atexcnder Gardiner - of 219 Slurges Road, Fclrfleld, Funeral servlcei will be held on Tuesday at 11 a.m. In Falrfield Chapel of V'llmat, \VeiT Gould ing; 120? Post Rood, Fairfield. Prlwale Fnle/menT ot convenience ol the family. There will be no calling hour I. HARDENS/ It-- Fn V/llmtngton, vt , OcK 7, 1977. John p. Harding II erf 29 Guyer rood, Vrtitport, son of Lyn revi Emily Harding, brother of Mrs. Barbara Wc!- wn, Mrs. Lynn Huck. Funeral services Tuesday at n a.m. Tn the Fable funeral home, 2IS post, rood West, Westport. Inlermenl In ChrHt Churcti cemetery, Westport. The family wi 1 1 receive friends ot the funeral hom» Monday 7 to 9 p.m. HICKEY-- In MCJ-ldwi, Conn,, Od. 8, 1977. James J. Mickey, oge 86, husband of 1he late Louise Mine Klckey of n* Masonic Home, V/alllngford, formerly ol B rldg eport. Funera I services on · Tuesday al 10 a.m. ot the · Masonic Home ChapeJ. Tltur* will be no eollln hours. It Is !ugg«ted clfis n h memory be mode lo the Masonic Char 11y FourKJallon, P.O. Box 75, V/o!llnq- ford. Conn. OM9?. The B.C. Bailey hi nerol home, 273 5. Elm Street, Woll ng ford, 1s n charge of a rro ng Krwnts. HEIKA -- In DefroK, Michigan, Ocfofeer B, 1977. ^.tarre S. Heilco, beloved wil of 1he lale Ttito Keika, dear sliter o Airs. Robert (Gertrude) Chrlsfe nse and William S. Seeirna« r . Funeral a the Verteyrff., f-jneral home, 1*300 Mack, Grosie Painle, Michigan, Wed nesday al B:i5 a.m. and 1o St. Jud church at 9:30 a.m. KELLY--ln Hartford, Conn., Oct. 7, 1977 Danold Jan** KeJIy of 316 Letxix av nue, Bridgeport, ag« 50, beloved hu band of Margaret KrJion Kelly, M of Raymond Kelly, slepfotfter oF Jon and. Kevin Kenney, Palrldo Ktnn* tfevofed brother of Kenneth, James an Gerald Kelly ond Mrs. Bar bartr Turn* Friends are Invited ID attend the I nerol Irom the Charles T. Pisley and Sons funeraf home, 255 Bornum avenu corner Noble, on Wednesday at 8: a.m. orw) at 9 o'clock f r o m S John H«p, church with a Masi Christian Burial. Inlerment In SI. M chocl's cemefery. Friends may co Tuesday J-S and 7 9 p.m. Isfaw (Stanley) Hwvik, oae S3, 0f 2 Sounders Ave-, beloved husband Mrs. Barbara Letfs Howik, dev* father of Raymond P-, Andrew J. an Eileen E. No-wlk, dear brother ot To eusz Newitc. Friends are Invited to o lead thi tnllilocy funeral an Tuesda at S:3U a.m. in the Frank M. Rat oiyckl Soni Funeral Home, 50S Pu aiM St., Bridgeport, ond at 9 a.m In SI. //fchael Tr.e Arcftangel cftur w!1h o Mais of Christian Burial. tn1« ment In St. Michael's em«tery. Frtendi may call Monday 3-S and 7-9 p.m. OLSON-- In Falrfitld Oct. B, 1977, Ma oaret O' Donne! 1 Olson, wile Of Ine la Henry tA. Ohw, foimerly of W Jam SI. Funeral From O'Connor Gormc Funeral Home, 51S V/oshlnglan Av corner James St., an Tuesday mor Ing ol 9;30 and ol 10 o'clock In Augustine Cathedral where a lune Mass will be celebraled. In!«rment SI Michael 1 * cemetery. FKends ma call Mondcy 3 ID S ond 7 to 9 p.m REGENSBURGER -- n 1nls cily. Oct 9, 1977. Joan Volus Rfftcnsburoer H? Allyndale drive, SlraUord. Fun( service* V/edrnsday ol B:IS a.m. Ihe Rohm and tuCMnsVv tone horn*. 11B7 BomuT-i avenue, StratfOf* arrf al fr a.m, in St. f.torx'i tr,vr wllft a mass of Christian burial. lermtnt In St. MJthaet'i cemele Frrends may call Tuesday J-J o 7-9 p.m. RIVET-- In ITils city Oclober t, t B 77. ?Ar Anno Morie Rtvil, widow al Jo*ep Klvef ol IIP Bart roorf, V«v«, b*!*- mother of Mrs. Doris Dorjey orvd W Rita O'KeU- FrleMs ore Invited f» tend the funeral on Tuesday al J a m. Irom the Cnarl« T. Plsley o Sor.» fureral home. 2SS Bafnum avtft corr*f Hobl* and at 9 o'cFxk In Charles RC charth wllh a Mow Cftriitiaf Burial. »f!frm«i( In St. MJ oet'i cemetery- Strolfwd. Friend*. nx call MOrtooy 3-1 ord 7-? p.m. aite place Tuesday at 11 a.m. in he Wibnot, West and GotfWing imeral home, 12» Poit road, "airfield. The Rev. Paul F. Abel, *nior minister of the Golden Hill Jnited Methodist church, will fficiate. Burial will be private. Jame* J. HJckey Services for" James J. Hickey, ·6, formerly. of Bridgeport, A re- ired tool maker employed by the Iridgeport Brass company, who fed Saturday i n Meriden-Walling- ord hospital, Meriden, will take lace Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the lasonic home chapel, Walling- ord, with the Rev. Richard Diek- nann, chaplain of (he Masonic Qme, officiating. Burial will be rivate.~ The B. C. Bailey funeral home, 73 South Elm street, Walling- ord, is in charge of arrangements. Donald J. Kelly Services for Donald James Kely, 50, of 216 Lenox avenue, a oofer employed by the Premier hoofing company, West Haven, A'lio died Sunday in Hart- ord hospital, will take place Wednesday at 3:15 a.m. in the "harles T. PEstey and Sons fu- icral home, 255 Barnum avenue ind at 9 o'clock in St. John's ^epomucene church. Burial will se in St. Michael's cemefery -Mr. Kelly was born in Bridgeport, lie was a U.S Army ve- eran of World War II and a member of the Disabled Amerin Veterans. He was also a ember of the Roofer's Union cat 12, where he was a former ce - president and trustee. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. argaret Krizan Kelly; two step- ns, John Kenney and Kevin nney, both of Bridgeport; a ep^Iaughter, Patricia Kenney, Bridgeport; his father Rayond Kelly, of Bridgeport; three rothers, Kenneth Kelly, James Celly and Gerald Kelly, all of Jridgepurt; a sister. Mrs. Bar- Jara Turner, of Bridgeport; and vcral nieces and nephews. . Slanislaw Nowik Military services for Stanislaw Stanley) Nowik, 58, of 244 aunders avenue, who died Fri- ay, will take place Tuesday at :30 a.m. in the Frank M. Ra- ozycki and Sons funeral home, 5 Pulaski street, and at 9 clock in St. Michael Archangel lurch. Burial will be in St. Mi- iae\'s cemetery. Mrs. Henry Olson Services for Mrs. Margaret C. son, formerfy of S4 James reet, widow of Henry Olson, 10 died Saturday in the Carltot nvalescent hospital, Fairiield, H take p l a c e Tuesday 3:30 a.m. in the O'Connor d Gorman funeral home, 515 ashington avenue, and at 1 clock In St. Augustine's Cathed- 1. Burial will be in St. Mi- ael's cemetery. Mrs. Abbott Starratt Services, for Mrs. Helen Scull tarratt, 69, of 302 Everett street, ralford, widow of Abbott Siar- tt, who died Saturday in Bridge- wrt hospital, will take place uesday at 11 a.m. in the Dens and D'Arcy funeral home, 611 Main street, Stratford, with e Rev. Joseph O. Shaw, Jr., istor of trie First Congrega- onal church, Stratford, offici ting. Burial will be in Lake view cemetery. Mrs. Starratt was born in !eritlen, and was a resident o ratford for the past 16 years She was a member of the Strat ford Court 21, Order of Ama anth; Survivors include three sons Malcolm Starratt of Stratford Robert K. Starratt of Meriden and Limvood M. Starratt. o Oran-Delphi, N.Y.; two sisters DEATH NOTICES SCHREAD-- in Fotrfitld Conn. Oct. pth Mildred Dfonis Schreod, btloved v/ido* of Edworf Schreud, formerly of 11 New itrwt, Foirtldd, Connecticut. Rfeoth ore InvJIM to attend tr» funeral on V/ednewloy oT o time M b« anrwuncw in the G*orB» P. Potter ond Son funeral home, ttO Folrlield avenue BrftlBeport, Conn tell cut. Inrerrrwrrt In Lokevtew ewn^sry. Friends moy «; Tuesday 7 lo 9 p.m. SMALLWOOD^-in rhll clly, Od. 9 1?77 Eavtd Smollwood, beloved hutband B Mrs. Evelyn Smollwood of t» v/llmo avtnue. Arrongeonenls to b* announce^ later by w. We Donald IKXJC Jr. ant DovgMtF Ivnerol horn*, 99S MroHOM avenue, Bridgtporl, SOKOLOWSK1 -- In 1rili clly, Octot»r B \977. rJ.orf Barbara Nowlmka Sx k«lowsV.F F e V/oods Grove Rood.Hjntlr^ ton, beloved wU# of ZygmorxJ V/. SoXo lowskl, Sr., arxJ devoted rrxither t Zyjjmuwl Jr., ond Arthur SokcJcwsk and Mrs. Joonn Cocco; a/vi belav^ douffMcr ol MrJ. Joiephlne Nwmrsho ord beloved sliter of Theodore DO wiersVt and t/js. ABIC* Yoyng, Friend ore Inifiled to attend the funeral Eron the S. Spadaeclno otw son» Funero Home, *M v/aitilnolon Ave-, on Wedr.ei doy, Oclober 12 ol 9;00 a.m., ond o Sf. Lo-**Ten« Church al iO:Oo a.m., wii a AVass o Chrlsllon BurV)t. Inltrmen In St. Mlctoel Cerr-eter/. Fr!*fds mo- call /.teftday 7 lo 9, old Tuesday 3 fo S ond 7 to ? p.m. STARRATT -- In tMl elty, CRtob*f B )W7, Helen Scvll SloroD wfdaw ol Ai bott T. Storrolt irf 3« Eve^et^ »lretl S1fd. Funero) «rvic« will b* hefd o Tu«tday ot 11 a.m. Irom lh« Slratfor Iimeial Kom» of Dennis ond D'Aro 3411 Main streel. Inltrrr^nT In LaVevre- cefnetery. Friends mrrf coif on Monda 1 J-5 ond 7-9 p_m. Memorlaft mrf t jnaJ» lo |J« Memoriot Furwi of IN First Conor egalional Church of Srra (»rd. Strat ford Cour I will eAemp) If tnelr ritual t.'Atvkrf evening a) 1 p*m. WALSH-- In SI. vrncent'i rAediCol Cwler Oct. 8, IJ77. ilepftane M. V/olsTi. be ov ed wile o! Wlllom M. WoHh of KnoMe courf, Jon^stOAT), R.I. SfA'Iees wi b* herd al the Co4/-WMte lunera tvm*. 107 Brood ilrer!, Mllford, o Tuesday ot 8:30 ojrt. wiir» a Wa« c Cryliriort Burtol ol 51. A'^ry'J churrj «1 ? o-m. Interment fn Oaklawn e«rr^ lery, FoirfieW. Thi farnlly has r Pueifrf tnol calling hwyr» b* privai rifndi wr» *o d«iif* may stn memorials ta the Amerfcan Heo Al«Ciot;on, \tS PorX avenue, Brldg port CWM. YOUNG-- In this cily* Ott, 9, 1777. Arlh- A. Yowng, b«l ff«d husband of W.r ElKtra Kaleas Yourva cf VX Old Po Rd., SowJbporJ. Sferfolhe/- cf HJ. I HoliOfls, Wtri, W^iry Uou WcGu^re an Mrs. 6lair,e S^r^elro. Frlefxli o Invited lo ollend th« ryneral on v/etfne da/ at 1:30 o.m. from Jh« Srtoughr.eii* Brothers funeral r-roa 1 *, 50 Reel roo- FolrHtld ond at ? a.m. ol St. Tlwrx Agylivn trwrch witTi a Haw of Crir ton. Burls'. Inlermtnl in Lotrevre c«m«le*v- FrtefXll (Toy coll Tuwdo"/ 3 ond 7-9 p.m. lr». Bertha Foot* of Meriden, fid Mrs. Lorine Senlner of ValllnjfoPd; nine grandchil- ren; and several nieces and «phews. Arthur A, Young Services for Arthur A. Young, f 204 Old Post road, Southporl, etired owner of the FaErfietd axi Cab company, who died Sun- ay in Park City hospital, will ake place Wednesday at 8:30 ·m. in (he Shaughnessey Bro- hers funeral home, 50 Reet road, 'airfield, and at 9 o'clock in St. fhomas Aquinas church. Burial 'ill be in Lakeview cemetery. Mr. Young was born In West pringfield, Mass, and was a outhport resident /or the pasl 3 years. Survivors include his wife, Irs. Electra Koteas Young, 01 outhport; four daughters, Mrs Dorothy Prirmer and Mrs. Milred Dougiello, both of Bridge- lort, Mrs, Joan Bronwefl, of Horida and Mrs. Linda Cornett, f Cuba; two step-daughters, 4rs. Mary Lou McGuire, and ^Irs. Elaine Ferreira, both of Itratford; a brother^ Lloyd Young, o* SheJton; a n d 13 irandchildren. Joseph G. BIgos MfLFORD _ Services for Jo- reat drive, an employe of the funt Pierce company, who died unday in Yale-New Haven hos- lital, New Haven, will lake place Wednesday at 11 a.m. in Hie 3eorge J. Smith ami Son funeral ome, 135 Broad street. Buria will be in Park cemetery, Bridgc- ort. Mr. Bigos was born in Fall River, Mass., and was a resi- ent of Milford for the past 19 years. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Selina Baisley Bigos, of Milford; our sons, Robert Bigos of Bridgeport, George Bigos of "homaston, James Bigos of Milord, and Kenneth Bigos of Guil- ord; a brother, Edward Bigos of Springfield. Mass.; three sisters /Irs. Virginia Grandfield and Mrs ft en Kwasny, both ot Spring- ield, Mass., and Mrs. Sally Pas- emak of Summerset Mass and 11 grandchildren. Mrs. William M. Walsh MILFORD-- Services for Mrs. Stephanie Marciner Walsh G9 vife of William M. Walsh, o Cnowles courl, Jamestown, R.I., nrmerly of Bridgeport and Milord who died Saturday in St. Vincent's Medical Center, Bridgeport, -"will take place Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. In the ^ody-White funeral home, 107 3road street, and at 9 o'clock in St. Mary's church. Burial will DC In Oak Lawn cemetery, Fairfield. Mrs. Walsh was born in Meriden and lived in Milford am Bridgeport for many years un il moving to Jamestown in 1971. Survivors, in addition to her husband, include a son. Marc J. Walsh of Newport, R.I.; three daughters, M r s . Marcia J. Robbie of Cheshire, Mrs. Sarah M. O'Hara of Fairfield anc Mrs. Barbara A. Fox of Soiith- oorl; four sisters, Miss Madeline Marcinek of Meriden; Mrs. Katherine Kearns of B o c a Raton, Fla., Mrs. Beatrice DeCinko of Santa Monica, CaL, and Mrs. Nell Delaney of Stamford; 11 grandchildren; three great-granddaughters a n d several nieces and nephews- Mrs. Joseph Rivet MONROE -- Services for Mrs. Anna Morse Rivet, of 119 Bart road, widow of Joseph Rivet, who died Saturday in St. Vincent's Medical Center, Bridgeport, will take place Tuesday at 8: 15 a]m. in" the Charles T. Pisley and Sons uneral ome, 255 Barnum avenue, Bridgeport, and at 9 o'clock in St. Charles church, Bridgeport. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery, Stratford. Mrs. Rivet was born in Troy, i.Y. and was a resident ol Monroe for .many years. She was the former owner of the Armstrong block. Survivors include two daugh- ers, Mrs. Doris Dorsey, of Monroe, and Mrs. Rita O'Neil, i o f Bridgeport; three sisters, tfrs. Flora Fogg of Shelton, Mrs. Cecelia Newell of Fa r- ield, a n d M r s . Roseanna Flewellyn, of Norwalk; four grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and several nephews. Mrs. Donalo Gavallaro SHELTON -- Services will take lace Wednesday for Mrs. Anoinette M. Cavallaro, 89, of 212 Soundview avenue, widow of Donate Cavallaro, who dted Sunday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Annabelle Lombard, with whom she resided. The funeral will be conducted at 9:15 a.m. in the Riverview funeral home, 390 River road and at 10 o'clock in St. l^wrence church. Burial will be in St. Lawrence cemetery, West Haven. Mrs. Cavallaro was born New Haven and was a resident of Shelton the past 24 years. Survivors, in addition to her daughter, include a son, Vincent ;. Cavallaro of West Haven; a Drolher, William Troiano, of New Haven; three sisters, Mrs. Juiia Hart Martin, and Mrs. Jenny Voss, b o t h of West Haven, and Mrs. Heten Sacco, of Hamden; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. (Other Obituaries on Page 22) PLEASE READ YOUR AD! Classified or ''Wanl Ads" are taken over 1 the phone as a convenience. Advertisers should read their ads the FIRST DAY IT APPEARS AND REPORT ERRORS in time for the next insertion. The Post-Telegram will be responsible lor only ONE incorrect or omitted insertion for any advertisement and then ONLY TO THE EXTENT OF A "MAKE-GOOD INSERTION". ERRORS WHICH DO NOT LESSEN THE VALUE OF THE ADVERTISEMENT (such as typographical, punctuation or Iransposit on) WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR BILLING ADJUSTMENT ... tWp WMlcd ! lll-MANAGER Tnfrvec petition. No *xp. rvecesiiry. Good fu- lure. 117ft ittrl. Call iT6-im, B · .m.-Vom. oil burner m«runlc. Excrltrnt b*neli(j. p«ulon clan ma(or mrdi«i, call EDGERTOM, INC., !M-«79 between S A.CA. 1 1 P.M. ^TV^lVtV^ SECRETARY Cilabllhed company In · he«!lh cir* communrcaUons «ndivittrm,ie«kian Individual with ?xeell*nl typlfis iMIls *nd a knowJedee of oen*r*l «tr*rarla1 duties. Excellent If Irvp* bentfm, FORINTERVIEWCALL: ] Mimi, Ext.ifr? ( · AM 7O ·:» PM. Openlnoi lor ooerjlon at Bencfi Lathes Bridgeport Millers on iimll machine pvt*. Will eomldfr eatt 1 rr* retiree). Thetr choice of hn. *r« tv« 11. Som« knowledge required. Apolv; S-e11on Many! . Co., ADI. Ave.., Acceii Rd. SheHon, l»e»rf rjicatare Cadillac). oiBht wholesale milk route. Cf«is2 drivers lken» required. Aoolv Cn Oerson: SNOWS FAFM, SH Soorl K !l Rd, r Easton, S*l. Sun U to A.B.DICKPftESSMAN wodel 340 lleX owrarinp experience valuable. Young growing print;TM firm offers opoorfunify a\ oood camoenulfDn. call M6-I035. A B E T T E R JOB, T E X A S , F L O R I D A , C A L I F O R N I A , ARIZONA, U.S VEGAS. NEW*. PAPERS tram the 50 STATES. READ THE CLASSIFIED SEC. MARTIN'S NEWS SEflVIt E,1 KC. A BETTER TEMPORARY JOB TYPtST.SETCRETARIES K.POP«$,,CALC.OPRS. JOIN THE ACTO GROUP AT OLSIEN! ·A'ork In cholceit orsilige co.'s In Greater Bpt. Roily skills OK, ao« no problem. AMrvo/iNei encoui- ifftd. WE ARE V E R Y BUSY! V/E NEED YOU. Comcln TO OLSTEN . TODAY and team at»«f four super Benefits lixlud irvg H ON USES · nd · 3*veheck on Friday oT the same A Kk works. OLSTEKTEMPORARY SERVICES HI 5 1.1 ell. 366-U91 , ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS ror full hmc pfoducl ion workers «t v^nroc DaVerv. Houri 1 A.M. to S P.M, ADDlv'tn person RED L, FOOos, p iMMi]nst,,Monroe,bett ACCOUNTANT, C P A , per ,3iem, diver silled, * fo 1? diyi wr ixmth. Send tHum* ·nd tatarxf ·fcilredtoPostTWeoramSoxlM. . ACCOUNTANT, CPA, or CPA " larxfidafe, to 5 y^j. e*p«Ience, ^ture. Send resume and salary Oe- ili*d 10 Post Telegram Box 131. ' ACCOUNTANT TRAINEE Sutnltflarv of milor manutatlur- HB firm i«krro recent tolled* graduate with decree In account- na. E n t r y level position wlIJi »fenffal«f raofd advancement (o wwrvJjIon. candidate will bt CKpoied to «1I aceli or our company's in1frn*l JCcounlJng procedures. Salary commeniurale wllh' ixper. Full \ilnae benefit packio*. Send resume ft «ltry Mlstory to 3 otl- Teleoram Box ijt. __* n Eoual Opotv E mplover tJitF 4 C C O U N T I K G / P E R S O H N E L -LEAK -- Good bookkeeping JAchgrouM * lire tyolrx) reoytreU '«r this very W tired aV diver JilJed ob fo «»., Fe* paid. Call Sally 3ay J3J-AJM. sneiiing t snelffng -teen Columbut Day. ACCOUNTS P A Y A B L E -LERK -- Goad background. iccurafe typlrvg needed for oreal :o. To 1470. F« p*[d. Call Sally 3ay, 3JJ-41«, Sneiirng Snellfna. 3oen CoIumtMji Da y. ACCOUNTS Receivable BooV- (eeper for arooks-Hlrscrr, Weit- Xrf. Muit be adeot wirh liourw. AMI Instruct on NCR book ketotrvo ntcrilne. « hour week. Malor tiedica! Iniura/Ke, generou* em- Jlovee fJiicovnh, 2 week p * f d /·cafion *ner i year, 6 paid Ixili- 1«VJ.C*!I l-I7MJ7ifof aMJ'l ^DMirHSTRATIVE OFFICE MANAGER A rna[or cofpdraiion hurl- auarlercd in Greenwich d seeX r rg an individual witri 7-5 years tiotritntt as an 01 rice M«na«r. Candid4le should be knowl- edgeabre in oHice atfminiitra- lion syilems arvd poneit full range of menaoerFal abilities. Resoonsibilities include swer- vitlngorffte and clerical italt. handlimj invenlorv and coit control, olliee soocMes and equipment purchasino, anrj nance of r tear a relenlion ivs- 1em. In addition, vou will be, alluring adherence to corporate personnel pol Icies. A degree Tn Buiirreis Adrnirvis- Iraliofi or eoulvalent trueti- e n c e It o r e r e r r e d . Highly corpperilive i*l*rv, loll/ paid comofeheniive beitfit program,. For coniideraFlon, oleaie torwafd a reiun-.r with saliry reouiremenlt Inconfidervcelo' Posl-Teleoram Box ill. We are an efrua! oopor funily em* plover, m/l. A D M I N I S T R A T I V E A i S T . :iMM r . S'joer, livel/, (nrelNo*nr! VI in inoredirnls reeded lo *h o » * itwrb position is * limply f4u1ifu1, rustic a r e a co. //usl vpe »l Itait 4S wpm, vmt Sli a )1us! V e r y criveriit'Cd pos'^ion, ~tt Ditd Bl RICHARD P, RITA 'ERSCNHEL, 10 Middlt St., 8t, IM WJi. - ADMISSIONS REP. :ow«;Hcut Ruilntli InHimle, iotth«rr Conrveciicufi leading .xis'neis career educators fiai an xjenino lor *n AdmUifoni Reoie- lentttive. Tfi'i position otters out- ·'anding career, peruxial ft tfrnrv :l«1 o r o w t h lor the rlgh! ndiwiOual. The oualided applicant nusl cJerrw-itrale urofifl verbal .kills, maturity imbirfwi, Ptior ·xotrltrt \r\ proprielary »cr.ool idmi»i!ans tfeilred txjl rwt pff j. tary. Ser^J reiume in conlJ-Jence o; A. Sirkii. CBI, MS Broad St., Stratford, Ct. (AtV. AGE GROUP SWIM COACH (Of lol. arei. Eve. rvyjrs, SerwJ rt- Jjrr to: POST-TELEGRAM Boy rWpWMtd | A DRIVING POSITION Open Aith a UCQ« wholesale electrical Irm. Must have knowledge ot itr«1* city's In Conn. Dutifi nould consist of driving a. general ·^arehouie work. H.S. education -fQuttfd. Good drivirao record re- luired. Reply to: Operations Man- loer, P.O. Box F, Barnum station, 3pf., Ct. 0«60S. Art Eiwil Qpp1/. ' = mployer AGGRESSIVE Licensed Real ftlale Aoent needed for rxT bu^y Jorth End oflic*. Draw available Irweded.Jel Reairv,3W^illA. A JOB ooenlng for part lime wrier. Open with large wholesale [rm. Apcrox. 20-1S hrs weekly, S lavs. To be responsible for keeo- rg resi rooms bultdlr^ nral B, rociLy. Age no barrier. Reeiy ro )p*r*trons Me new P.O; Box F, iarnum SlatJixi, Bot.. Cl. «#)$. :aua 1 Dooortunlly E mptoyer. Isnliil eleclrJcal hxlure ttiow- ·oom for trainee. E see Uenl chance a learn and advance. Dulles ' t,outd con* isl of inventory coot rot, licking packing orders and »me sales. High School diploma ·eoulred, driver* ] (cen» rwjirtd. · «eolv to Operations Manager, TO lox F. Barnum SFation, Bpf, -ALERT Private Investigator, rate or female, o*rt time, days, rvenlngs. Exp*rlenced or train- ible. Clean record,- relfabillly mporlant for long etlabtiihed orl- raledelecllvecittlce. Replies kept :on1ldenNal, Write P.O Box 703, A'ei!pc/, Conn, for Interview. A LIVELY Person 16 work In Jam Verft'i Restaurant, rull or )il lime, make your own hourt, LpclV Cn person, v7» E ait Main St., 3 pi. ALLFEEPAID »ECTY. TOP SKILLS TO IMS :LERKTYPIST,OIC.EXP. DOE "ULLCHGEBOOKKEEKERS $?M 1 FAlfiFIELD EMPLOYMENT .il UrKjuowa Rd., Ftld. JiS-1054 AMBITIOUS people wanted lo *oik evenings and: Safurelsv. Earn ;IO weekly, students okay but TIUS) be IB or older and have car. :all 3U-JA99 between 4 and 7 p.m. AMBITIOUS PERSON Ener- ie1(c, reliable available lor lm- ·nediate employment. Earnings xnly 1700 or beller plus bonus, -irge nallonal company. Call 3M- AMBITIOUS, reliable voung xrson for receiving depf. wwk ·oom. Must be bondabl e. Comoa ny Hnefift. Appiv: Art Wholeialeri, 01 Post Rd., Fafrflerd. 35^3303. APPLIANCE Service person, tiust have wr* enptt lence with err1oer*1or» or gas range*, no ·vofli, transoof tat Ion provided^ ^SSjftn* "* 1flh1 * Rd " OV} * T "' wmmmmmu) ^fSSSSfftta^ ARRANGE LOANS for fcuil- Mstti. Earr; up fo S1,000/week fu 1 · K Dart llrne. For Oetalls send lame t, address to Lyndan Sm in ico.» P.O. Box «?;, Southporl. CT ARTIST -- Experienced, mechanical paite-up. Full i ima day or n.flfttthBr. Working In rn1ereif(ri57, modern pholo comooslUon newv ASSEMBLERS 5EEOURADHEADED: ·flfCTRONICMMBlfRS THE HELPERS ASSL-M8LY1ECHHICIAK Stamlord company hai openfrro for a mature Individual with exper. m precision mechanical assembly. Company otleri com- Pe1i1lve wages benefits with advancement OOPOC luni riei , Tele- ptione Personnel Det1.34i7i;i, An Eouaiotwor funitv Emobver. ATTENTION ACTIVISTS! Energetic mountain mover* needed tor orass-rools consumer arw cnvlronmenral relorm. II1S/ week, full lime. C.C.A.G., MM- U10. and wtuteiafe distribulorihlo, no tnveHrnenl. rw rish, 1*00 D3W a month part-time with full time potential. Call Mr. Volghl, 4H- ATTEflTIDMyAAKAGERS ! A nriv corporation now exoanding In Bridgef»rt B. surioundlrxi areas help wanted in developing con- irollng sales marketing force. Background In coniurjier mirVel- IrvghelDtuI but not necessary. High irxome for pan Ifme *. oenerous bonus program. For appointment send resume lo Post -Telecrarn «OK IIS. HilchYourW loA STAR Clds^ficd Slari . ^kefldsslandotjt, And Increase rcsdershi'p;. ATTErniOH Pad time situation. Ideal for molhtri, piping wilfi iar« and MUino UP advertiiing displays. 3 rvet. « week Ml, Full time HIS. C«IIS7»-Ok,3. ATTRACTIVE, energetic Cashier, part-time. V/kdtys 11-S P.M., swr.e eves/Sat. Aoofy Jn person: ARTIE'S PLAC, Irumboll Shopping Park. Go dancers needed Irn medi stety. Conlacl Leliure World, i«003J anytime. A T T R A C T I V L Fr.'endlv Real EslareOlfice m Slr«irordntdian experienced, conK4enli'ous sain person. Excellent commits on ar» ranger-rent. AiX for Walter ClarK. Scoillnc.Reairori,j;$-»47. AUTO ITODY Reoifrer. combt- nation metal linisher frpaEnler rw nwdern txtf/ shoo. S day, *0 hr, we*k. Good wises, fringe benefits. Apoty lo Jay Coppola, Coppo a /-'flfflrs Inf., SCO Kings Kioftway Flld.Tpe.E*iU4, A U T O MECHANIC, g r e a t ocw1i/ni1y for loo perion, Safary open -- deptndlng en crMr trwt Very busy shoo. Aot'lv Mrdisofj Avenue. Getty, 3725 MtditooAve , BPI.373r35, A U T O Mechinics -- class A lechnida ns, needed for p* «»yct On hr*. loo pay. Good conliKons. A O P I V in p e r s o n only, t Ron zantrFan, S e r v i c e Mrnaotr, ·Coooola Ford, SCO Kings Highway Falrfield, Furnpfke f (il ' f t 'H*NMM j r^fltJ^ffliMv^ ««lf.«i Tlr«, Hi Sl«o?t.' sKl. wa. Conn. AUTO MECHANIC, L A T E MODEL GM EXPERIENCE. S A L A R Y PLUS BENEFITS. CAl_l.7036*r**M. AUTOMOBILE Salesperson. 'Jpporlunilv avilUtle In, one ol Brldo*oofl's finer Dtaterihips. CallBudOuBret,iT9-)4tl. AUTOMOTIVE PARTS Ware- OOUM nlgrtt shitl supervisor. Im- nwliale opening for pe/son with ·supe/vlsorv expeftence to direct material handtl no and pirliUiUrl- bulioni from 4 pm to 1 tm, S da/ ·Meek. Muit b* able lo pm all Dfivslcal. releferKe arid wturily frwei1ig*1ioos. We are a m*]o/ company with good benefits and a erol it shail no pi an. Send brief outline slating expe* (ence and tatarv reaulremefilj lo PO Box 1S7S, ept. Conn. AbTOMOTIVt L«ro* vofuni Mfvfce optrad'on !i tre king to acoulre theiervicci o1; Competen! ieir niollvattd BOOV SHOPr.\ANAGER. An exp, SERVICE SALESPERSON wllK good Inltrperstjful iXllli. Bo1h positions otter excellent pay a\ fringe packtoti present 4 once In a life lime oppoM unity for the Individual with pioper cwall. fixations. Send your *ork, e»p. to r-ojt-T»!ecramBoxlJ7. AVAILABLE I^WEDIATEtY FULLTIME PERM. POSIT IONS TYPJSTS We need fJependable, skilfed accu- r a t e fypfiU. SO wpm minimum. Wiflbelvpfrgisc%o1 Ifnte. Excellent benelils. Convenftnl location wllh free, parking. Working hours 1 to 4:1$. APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please call 3« 4 Hi, ixfeMioniai (or appointment, AETNA LIFE CASUALITY 467SMAIN ST.. BRIDGEPORT " An EQU il Opoorlunity Empfover EARNINGS MEAN F R E O Q M t Redecorate, travel, spluroe.-i'll tfww you how lo do It on your ov-n lime.DoA'lw»11.c*lloo*l 3M3»J For EaitofifcWeilport PHQNEM4WM BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR 3 MO. OLD BAB V IN MV HOME. »!S. PER WEEK, H-». 57? 3719. BANKTELLER ToH3S 1*3 yrs. commercial teller exp. Good benelils. Local, Open Monday, WJMalnSt. EQUITY JM-«»J BANK TELLER Experienced, Suoer posllian In pleasant bank, salary to ilM. Fee paid. OFFICE SERVICES 368-M43 BLOOD DRAWER for c«nic*i L*t in yvestport, full trme or part- HiW. C«»2i5-47«, Of W-tl??" BOOK ATOY * G 1 FT PARTY Gener out Awards CEUONSTAATORSALSO NEEDED ·Over 400 n**ml rroit-wamedJ items Fwfurth»rlnJofm*lion,w,-jf« SANTA'SPARTIES Boh P, Avon, Conn. 04001 ORCallcoirectUF.Kuvj BOOKKEEPER, bank itafe- men! re concll., gen'f acclo. work. UJMllnSr. EQUITY 3u,j»s eOOKXEEPCR, F/C - E*p. with bkkpg. machlnei. immed. opening. Good benefits prho. Sal. tows. Fe.pd. Call HeleVi Mann, 333 4U6, Sneiiing «. Srnlt- tng. Own Colu mbo* Day. BOOKKEEPER/TAX SERVICE Geared to imall tlrmi t, per *oni, write-vps. tlnanclal statemer.!) bank retondllations, p-R faxes. A/R «. A/P ichedule* general ystetffut""TM**- BOOKKEEPER 1IM+DOE Lceil Co, neki wtK-wawned booUktaper 10 fjandle thru gen'l ledger IrKludtag casft receicti A diiburstmeflis, invoice*, A/p and check, wrillng. Conveolenl location, full b*ntf[U, (:lS-S:)i, 1 hr. lunch. Can Phyllis DlLeo or Mirvar)Nofn«»l; UNI/SCARCH IIMMiln.BDt.JM-lMl We're open Colwnbus Day-- stop In and teeus! son wanted for diverilTfed dulies. Sfetxwapny, lyplna. some WOT* wlffi rroure* rrourred. Call 171* screw machine el uo People, ex- oerlenced. We arc expanding *oali. Air cond. print, loo pay, overtime, pension, uniforms, m»|w nwdkal, etc.'We *re rxjf generally effecled by teasooal virxk. Call torimmrtiareappl. K. 1. R. Manufacture. 3*0 Ma|h- away Drive. 5!rifford.3)5~3»j CALLINGALLTYPISTS 'Temporary asilonmen1 avjiJable fw IvplitswithSSwpm. Com* In a. ·see ot today, you may leave wi fh * IQO, vicroa TEMPORARY SERVICES 3M-6163 CqualOpportujitlv EmploverM/F C A M E R A OPERATOR f o r vtowlng oir-iel a blue printing omp*ny. Experience necessa/y wilfi ablliry to learn all «jptt1i of prinllrm Dutlnns. Call between B A S, 1 I1J ?IDO, CARI'EflTER OvwiTooldTranwoilid'on · 34^7313 DAYS. 3;7-45Ja EVES CARPENTER Or Carpenlm helper, Enperltnced in fremrng, i?«VaUttSr nIoolilifrinKwrta - C A A P E N T E R S W A N T E O 5f«atf/ Work -- Too Pay Can m 6714 CARPENTERS WITH experience, fool i L Iranwof latlixi. Call between B PM only. C«co Con- ilrutlfanCO,,3J*-IS19. c 0ir nju? 4 ii. nf ** d lmmrt " le v. rime, HeatJy work In ail phases cT conduction, Mutt n«ve own kanvoorlafion. CHI alter t. p.m. CARPEIITER W A N T E D -Wilh exDerlervce In framing 4 lnm,Citl«ller6o.m ,17-?60S, . CARPttilER wanfed. Steady rellabfs perion. Kr»rtledge of maionry. Year rourxl work. 37T- 3261. CARPETMECHANICS LiriOLEUMMECrfANirjS Experienced only, salaried or iA- ton1r4Ctffs.795W)l. CHEF WANTED -- Exo. In ihorl oroer A preo reouired. Sii- ary based In e»p. Apply In person: Tr* Crossroads Restaurant, 37J H. MalnSL.WeitDWt, CtiEFV/AlfTED -- ExBerfeDced Excellent working benefit!. ADO / in p e r s o n : v;ALLINGFORD COUNTRY CLUB. Ifj Loog Hill CHEMIST Chemltr, BS deoeee with some ex- oerience In organic synthesis A in- Mrumenlsl analvsii wmred. Vrill oai I'd pa re In R D program v»HH ' sophktricaled research program Acc-jirjni shoul.') be fc'h/y mo,-;- valed. mature, locAIng for a »Ud career cooorlunfty. Ercelfenl ial- ary berxlil packaoe. CALL KENG INDUSTRIES. INC lorwalk,EU-5S!l CMEMIST-COWPOUMOER -BS crvemfifrv. evo. compounding (or comoreision molded mechanical (utter goods. 3-Svrj. exp. In l.fld Dfvcrvlng «, fj-o-AIeihooIino comoourxJi , Exctl. beneMi. lo 111,000 OOP. Tee paid. Call John Byrne. IJJ^Ut, SrveMing V«||. Ing, Open Colurr.bws Da y. CHORDOVOX/ACCORD1AH Dliyer needed. KBN barrf. 375- 71X1. CLERICAL -- General o f t f c * eyfieir rypiog, tiling' oood a] d«- ta ill. Call 9-5, 3194WC, exl. It. ;' ·· '. rMrVaricd 1 i CLERK General Oltlc«dyti«r/Kl. answer- ' ing jtitohone receotlonlst. Apply; New Encrand Hearing; P^rtS, |»2 $t»Je St. Ext.. Bat. 3U- CLERK, gen'l office exp. TVP- jig. Uling, pr»n«, «e, Mature. 9iiMalnSt. EQUITY 3M-4733 ' . CLERK, good llgure/mith «1. Will rraln« limtkttt^r. '"SMain St. EQUITY 3*6-4723 CLERKS M Cf erk* needed for lempora ry «»* * ornerU. Apply Kelly -Services, ^69SA!lin5t.,364«JM. CLERK, T Y P I S T , telephone operator, Frfendly office. Hrs. 4 3m to t pm, Good hourly rale. Btack Rock area, call JM«ii,-*ix torftmoaret. CLERK JYPtST Good lyplil who has ability with Insures. Accuracy must be your slrong point. . Co. hat an excellent f r i n g e c*n«iir program f r e e parking COieby, Pieae chone for apcolnlnunt, TILOCOMPANY,(NC ^fLONGBROOK AVENUE/' STFD, 3Ji 33J1 ' An Equal Opportujitly Emclovef CLERK TYPI.*T Immediate opening exiils lor an accurate and above average typist In our Purchaifng Dipartmenl, W H be required to type, purchase- croeri and other purchasing doeu- menli. Requires oener a I of lice ex- prrie neewitfi a bachgrouod In pur- t^jslng or ddfa pfoceislng prefer. VUlf of can Personnel Department at 364-5211 tor 4 convenient »ppolnl merit, F£RMONrD(VISlON nynamlciCorporaiionof Amerlc* 141 UorlhAvenue 6 r idaeport, Cwvi . 06406 Equal Oppor funitv Employer tMF . COLDHEADIHGtel-UDpeooli A oofntort lor 4 aft *4 fcfow t»lf making machine*. 2nd shirt opera* 1 on. Hunrer-St«wen» Co,. l-«i]. +in. Burr //c Ghee, or Henry Mil- COMPUTER/DATA ENTRY We are lookfrto for »orne*n» viith 7 * years keypunch or key fo dlic or fapt roAjipmer.l, experience. You will be operating IBWsvi- lem 31 and 374} j«1a entry rrn- cnlnes. if you meef fhe «6oV« requirements and would t i k e 1o work'ln * friendly atmospnere; . VIT«AMON,1NC. W«l(iSt,,Alonroe 2M-tf»t wual opwrtunlty em»!ovf r m/f/h COMPUTER OPERATOR NIGHTS HMIONiCHT-- 1A.M. Operafe OS/RJE wo«k slslion (, tmlllpre a^haie batcri lysfems tn . "CRpoirrwsvilem, Kxp,(njii«11j- PrOBrammlng environmenf, OS/ DOS. Company benefffi. itamfard S!MJ:!f 1 S! lprM " nt " ""COMPUTER Pr«rimmir _ Mi*. 1 v*«r COBOL proflr.tnmlno ':r.rcl.l «, m.nn.clurl.io , X J. ciliont. S«nd r*ium* with lilirv iKjuIrfmenii fn con»*nls. Per. »i\n«l ckul., Mlllord Rlb«t w«. CWjft ·« BrUotcod Ave., Mil. COMBING [MPLOMNI? fORYOURCONVENIENCE. ..' HfflratSIEMP.SfRVffiHL WIN b« Intervrewlng In FAIR- TheFaliileldYMCA.MIOldPosr Rd.j Ftld. Twe*.,Ocf.H, I p.m.-* p.m. TRUMSULL r- Crate EpUeopal Church, (rear ol church), J?J| MalnSt.,Trum. V/rd.-Seot.!l,9AM-3PM. OFCOURSE -- Thereareftmporaru [obsava 1- able lo you ... il your schedule dosn't allow vou lo week, on a permanent b a s l s - R E A D OtM Apoiy vour skills as a Typlsr, a ExeeuKve Secretary, * Flourf Clerk, a Keypunch. Operator, or Switchboard Operator In · Itmno- rary position arrartoed ror you by Amerlca.'ioldeitJer9eilandmosl reputablt ttmowarv placement So what If vou have been away from Ihe ]ob market for a while, elven a chance to earn money tpcWrV your *kf )f» 1) wilt *tl come- baU to you quickly. Don't let recent lack of priclic* discourao* you -- you never los« your abil- w'priavediversllled temporarv lobs wllfi fop pay. LtroTh of as- tlgnmints can b« arranged losull your needs. Tftere- If na f«. . 51oo In for A friendly chaf wilrt HeltrxorLfi. MANPOWER, UJC, l» Main St., Bpt. M7-li!7 CONSUMER AFFAIR50FFICER Cjly ot Bridgeport Human Resources DewelopmenI seek* on* .Consumer Aff«frs Olficer s«b]ett fo Ihe availability ol Fedrra Funds. JOB Duties will Include: Cxi1attlra State, Federal aixJ Local agencies to oblaln consumer edv^al on inform tllon, Itt distemlnttlyn and preienlarion lo agencTes and oroanfialiens. Preparatiori of printed materJtl* for public with referral ro 1ne apptoprlare aDency cr service and subieouenl lol law UP. Provide counseling at various locatfons In fh« cwnniunily, organ- Illna « Mwifccrs bureau trM Its nv lafing Gly ordinances, regular ons ·ndotherdocumenli lnloSo*nlih MINIMUWaUALlFICATIOKS 1 A Bachelor's degree fn consumer edvcatjon or a related [06 toperr- ence In ir*u of a deoree. A background In general counteHng, social work or community development with knowledge of government agencies and pro- crams is desired. Applicants mus.1 have a ilrorto writing and puttlfc loeakim, tnd be fiutnl In Englfsh and Spanish. Salary tlo,K0 and fringe. Submit resume to Human Resources Director, 41 Lvon Terrace. Bflfloeooft, Conn. 06M4 by the c'ow ol businesi Oc!ct«r 17,- 'OFICIAI.DE ASUNTOS ALCQNSUMIDOR El deo**l*men1o de, Recurioi Hi/miiws tfe la tftxTad: de Biiagt- porl tiere uria plara de traba o abferfa para tn Oticlal de As u n1os al Consumldor 1a eufll dfprnde d« londos federates diwonibles. T R A B A J O OOtigac ion« Incluyen: Hacer con- lado con agencias e s t a t a l e s , federales y locales gift tonjeouir Information sobre educaclon al eonsumldor, su di imfna c ion y prrxnlacion agendas y a oraani- j* clones. Preparacion de follelos, panrretos. rotas sueltai. etc.. para lu distribution »t publico, Locali-' itt coflsumidof ei con problemas rtterifloi j Ut aoentlti aoropia* d a s v darfe seoutmiento, Provwr coniei«ria, orginiiar un calilc-» tie confenc'enfei en cJicrws oroblerras: ait como traducir orderan* ?as nvurtiei o*l« v o'ros documerv- loscnesoarfot. CUALIFICACIONESMENIMAS un btchilJfftio a tTducacfon a( C«nsum(dor or experferKia de Irataio rciadonida. Experrervcia general en cAul*/f*, trabalo so- eUl o de deiarrollo comwnitariO con corxK-fmienlo de aoenciat v program ii del gobierno, Los lo- liciUntti debtn lener oran habili- dad para escrfbir v dirioirse al publlco, en Ingles y en esoanoi Salirio 110.000 v Olcos beneficios. Someta w rnume al Director, OeoarlamenlotJe Retursos tiuma- noi ii Lvon Terrace, Bridgeport. ST.',^ 1 " "»'"*« «· POST-TELEORAM .'A .. Mondiy.OcMO, 1977 A 1 rWfiMM j CONTROLLER for medium slied divtrsificd corp. In FIW. County/ setklflfl mature Indtwldual as pa/ 1 o* rnaAtgmtrrt t«m. EK- Derlenctd corporate Accounting,, budgeting, flnancfng S E.D.P. n*«s*ry. C.P.A. with mfnlmum 3 Y'». 4-xpefience. Salary cocnmto- fjralt yt/irh experience. Send r»- sume *rvj salary hfitxy to l*fl»t ' TelegramBoxllB, , . . ..COOK ~ Exper. Premium t«t- · · *ry. Compa ny benefits, for rrslau- r*nt m oarlen. Call Cttef for app't. CREDIT ADAHNISTSATO* FinarKe/Leaw Sobildfaryof well known Corporation «eM Individual with 1-3 yjs indmlrfal Flnanc- Ing 4 leasrno experience fx Credit · Administrator position tn the Eastern U.S. Region. An Ejyil Opew- tgnity Emplo/er, M/F. Serxl re-' ·'- tume In confidence w / t h iafarv requirements ta Reclona! Credit Manager, Poit OHIc» Box. «t, Stamford, Coan.WXH. OILCOMPANY All medic*!, c relit tharfrvj «v pension plsns company paid, feit Telegram Box HI, · C R T . O P E R A T O R -- Exp; Immed. opening. Locil flrrr. Benefits. Sal. UOO. Fee Paid, Cdli Helen Mann 3J341W, ir-tlllng «, D A R l f H FIRM Jetk/flO « lecreUrv wllh 1 year ·/jerfcnce. Good typing jferw skills. Excellent benefirs, salary IliS-UJ. Call tF$- 4131, ent. H. 9-4 P.M, for 4ppoinf. ment. EQUJ! Opportunity En ployerw/F. DENTAL ASSISTANT, EX- RERIENCED, FDR SPECfALTr O T F I C E . C A L L 2 S S - BETWEEN9B.S DENTAL ASSISTANT, Strif- lord office, 4Vi days. Chatrald* ' dul «s. Experience helpful. Ple*M sendfwyme toPOJf Teitytm Box DENTAL ASSISTANT -- No Saturdays. Frlendtv Wwtporl of- lice. Send rewrn« to: POST-TEL. DENTAL MYG1EN1ST -- Modern, oreveflffon mlndw Falfffefd practice hat an opening for * . peasant, mature, highly skilled - voung person. Part tJmt position AVI liable now, exwrtdf ng to » lull time, position in future. WrJt* Pwt. J OENTALHYGI£NIST?,3or days a week. PJeasant office, eaw access to Merrltf Parkway or Thruway. Post-Telegram Box 133. . DENTAL oTIfce In Fafrfteltt · wants receotlonlst. Typing light bookkeeping. Assisting, will 1ralr , Interested, responsible person..' ' Plea« rework to Pott Teleoram OENTfALHYGIENtST FULLTIME-- PREFERABLY DESIGNER Muif haw* background fn hydras lie eouip. A be familiar with Entr- pac. OTCt Vtckeri tourpmen), ale. iyit»m eiHlgn. Apply at j , * s. "- Hv**uilcs, I nc. « Old oa n Lane, -. a^^'K:*"^ DE4NASSOCIAHS.' : '-"· CALLKtlLYlfE kGCARDOPfR. "· JISM-''^ Neweil eaurpment, greal txntlHi and s«(aiv review], beautiful of- ' lEces , Pr lor VY D EC f xp. essentl II. SfCRtTARY $190 . Long established local company , has n**d for e»p. purthi sing secy. M wpm twlng, W wpm steno to work as * leam member, varied . purchasing dutln Include vmaor : ' «JJ«^exptJitiflQ trrf stcrttlf- Bl-liMGUMCY/; m corporaie headoua rttci ne«H too notch admlnlalrarrw secretary. Coodj tvpVnc, to wim and Jif» . vervo, 70 wpm. Challenging div*f- tlfle^dulrei.Abrctow^rTonown ' nltlative, FJuenl In Engtiih/ifl*v - - JNSUfMNCf ·' "JOPfN-- Local long established agency needs accurafe ffplsl for general oiver titled Insurance duties. Tele- · pnww clalnra and record keeping. TYPIST . : "',.'. . 'm.' If vou enloy TVS Ing and tsfce pr/ffe . In finished work, we have lust tr* *poi lor you. Typfno mlnrmum 6* . wpm. Will b« trained by company cflneweiTipeclalireaiqurpmeril. ' '·IfOi'tYPKT " · · ' · SOPffj'-' R«[« chance for expet leneed Ieo4l typfit to |ofn corpora r» oltlc« of beauliful company. Mlntmum 2 vrs. legal office experience. Tvt · ino mln. M wpm. Exctllent btnt- liti, ' fXECSfCY. . $IO,«0 Corporate company seeks pgltcd SSSlMlllclff^!""*.'" .· BIUNGUALSECY. C1B Fabulous company t«eh« Spanish speaking exec, level secy, wllh .jEffir 1 ·"··"«-"*· .BOOKKEEPER · · · · JOPfN Centra! ledger bookkeeper^ re- sponjlbfe up to oeoer *1 Odow frial ^ S «. UV ^^. m ^,. f M *f°S£TM"£,m DESIGNER/erectroniC Packaoirto ' 3 fo S vri. tup, IrKludTno fayout 8, laprng of single double sldeal medium to high density (Ircuit earth from Khcmarrcs. Work will Include preparation ol related de» tall a isembly drawings. Commercial e*p. preferred. Call Pat Balkonls a 1 177-14 M, to schedule an Interview. DESIGNERS DRAFTSMEN' .ENGINEERS Winy ptm. posllions available In .ill disciplines. All fee paid. Call 1- , 73S-SW1 lor appointment. Or »n« resume. · FREE RESUME CONSULTATION StlMARCONSULTM P.O.BOX IM,ANSONIA,CT. OWOl D 1 SI IV/ASH E R - - KIoM 1 . fioo\V at Hi-Mo Reilaurani, 41 W filaclc RockToke..,Falrlie!d. DISHWASHERS f«r fine contf. rental reitauranf. u.oo per hour 1o iUrl, *j hour week. Day or nfoht Oiitl, Apf/y In pec son only tor La NwmandJe Resliurant, l»0 Poll R0.,v,-eirix)ii. DOCK WORKER WANTED -- v/.!t do sorrrt driving, /fluit have Cljw 2 Ikenw, must be over 21, Union benciiis. slKf)A9 lime J;M A« hi 5 PM. Apply 10 aeardsiey O R A P E R Y INSTALLER -Full or part f.me, nmnt be experienced. Acfjve Design Store. Poit Telegram Box IIS. DRIVER/SALES PERSON for industrial eaiering roule. JaFary plus commission, plus many f' i^oe- benefits. Apply: C A S E BOx LUNCH CO., 151 Carrie St., Bof. (A M.onry.) DRIVER/SALESMAN wanted lor established routes -- i day week, good pay, fringe tenet ilj. paid holiday!. AppLy In person onty. Culrufelte's Creamery, »0 ^ BjrnumAvf.,Stfii, r .

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