The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut on August 9, 1973 · Page 61
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DEATH NOTICE Q*VITO-- Jn Sandy Hoofc. Conn., Aug. 7, 1973. Frcnk C. DeVito, oae 69, beloved husband of Anna Rimo DeVito of R.F.D, Lucy Frotl, Mrs. Grace ZITo and Mrs. - Rachel Lehn, Funeral services will take B lote oo Friday morning at 9 o'clock i the Rodojyckl funeral home, 305 Puloiki street. Bridgeport. Friends may colt Wednesday 7-9 p.m, and Thursday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m.. . DUNPHY--in SlrotforrJ, Aug, 3, |9M. Floyd (Pie) Dunphy, beloved ci Bertha Hummel Dunphy of 14 Concard street/ Stratford. Friends ere Invited lo ctlend the furwrol on. Friday Aug. 10 at 31 o.m. In the William R McDonald funeral home, 3591 Main street. Stratford, with the Rev. Joseph O. Shaw, pastor of the Stratford Con- creacttcnal church, officiating. Inter* merit In. Kings Highway cemetery, Milford. Filends may call Tfiursday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. ERICKSSOH--Entered Into rest ta New town, Conn., Aug. A, 1973. Alfred Slfcton Erkkswrt, formerly cf Brld ' ~~ ner'al services will be heli_ .. at 8:00 p.m. at the Larson funeral home, 2496 North Avenue. Cremation In Mountain Grove Crematory, .There .will be no colling hours. · ; - . , FARKAS--In this ci1/ Aug. 9, 1973. Joseph Farkas Jr., beloved husband of Angela KacIelKa For km and father of JoKpn John Forfcos of Success Pork. Fflwd* are Invited to attend the funeral from the Charles W. DoogleMo ' Sons funeral home, 798 Pork Avenue, corner ot West Liberty Street on Saturday, Aug. 11, at 8:15 a.m. and from St. Ambrose Church .at, 9:00 a.m. with a Mass of I he Kesurrectron. Interment In St. MI- · chael's cemetery. Friends may call ; Frlday 3-5, 7-? p.m. . FRANKO SR.--ln this city, Aug. B, 1973. ·Joseph P. Fronko Sr., beloved husband of Anna Petro Fronko of 75 Stewart street, Bridgeport. Funeral services on Saturday at 9:15 a.m. In the Rohm an* Luchcnsky funeral home, 21W Bamum 'avenue, Stratford end at 10 a.m. In Sts, Cyril and Methodius cburcn with o Mass of the Resurrection, interment In St. John's cemetery, Stratford. Frlentis moy call .Thursday 7-9 p,m, end Friday 3-5 cud 7-9 p.m. Please omit flowers. GAFFNEY--in New York, N. Y., Aug. I; 1973. Miss Charlolte M. Gaffney, of 335 East 4tst street, New York, N. V. Sister of the late Andrew Gaftney of Bridgeport. Friends ma/ attend the funeral on 'Friday, Aug. -10th at 10 a.m. in St. Augustine's cathedral with a Mass of the Resurrection. Burial In St. Boniface cemetery, Mertden, Conn. Family re- quests no calling hours and that flowers be omitted. The Mulllns ond Redgote funeral horn*, 12" Park avenue Is In charge ot arrangements. GODFREY--In this city, Aug. 8, 1973. Irving M, Godfrey of 832 Ma In street. Stepney. Funeral services wm be held ^Friday at 8:30 a.m. from the Monroe fuoeral home of Wil mob West and Goulding, Inc., 406 Main street. Route 25, Stepoey art* ot 9-a.m. In St. StiplwnV churdi with a MOMOfJrie Resurrection, interment w»l be In Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Tie*' "«* el ' e ' N.Y. Friends may call Thursday 7-? D.m. i K. Griggs of 84 Oakvlew crrcie, Briooeport, .ond sister of.Aftrs. Roloh E. McEldawney. Memorial services will be held-on Saturday ot II c.m. in the Falrfteld chapel orWHmot, West and Goulding, Inc., 12M Post road, with the R*v- Steven F. Garvey, associate.poster of the First Church Congregational offtclnllnfl. CURGE--in this city Aug. 8, 1973. WI1- "am Curse, beloved husband of Florence Ada Dean Surge of |770,-S«ivtew Avenue, oge 46. Friends arei Inviled ft attend the funeral from the Charlw T Plstey Sons funeral home, 2« Bamum Avenue, corner Noble, on Sot urdov of 7:45 and at 8:30 from the HotJ Trinity Greek Catholic Church interment In St, - Michael's cernelery Friends may coll Thursday:?^ p.m end Friday 35 and 7-9 p.m. PcmaJieda services Friday rt 7 p.njj H01=FMAW-:ln this cily Aug. «Vtv ·t. Friends are dav'of 10 a.'m.'Tn't'he'George P. Poitsr funeral home, 880 Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport. Interment In Pork ceme «ry. Friends may call Wednesday 7 to 9 p.m. ' JAQUES-ln Falrlietrf, Conn., Aug. 7, 1973. George W. Joques, YILHELM MOBERG, AUTHOR, DROWNS Sweduh Writer of Novel 'The Emigrants' Found Off Coastal Island STOCKHOLM, Sweden AP) -- Vilhelm Moberg. author ol the novel "The · Emigrants," was found drowned off the Swedish coast, the police said today. His body was found Wednesday near his summer-house on a coastal Island north of Stockholm. . Moberg was perhaps Sweden's best-known contemporary author. He was a newsmen for several years before starting a career as an author in the late OBITUARIES 1920s. During World War II he bitterly attacked Nazism in books and newspapers articles. "The Emigrants" was pub- Floyd Dunphy Services for Floyd Dunphy, 67, of 14 Concord.street, Stratford, who died yesterday in his home, will take place tomorrow at It a.m. in the William R. McDonald funeral home, 2391 Main street, Stratford, with the Rev. Joseph 0. Shaw, pastor of the Stratford Congregational church, officiating. Burial wilt be in King's Highway cemetery, Milford. Mr. Dunphy, bom fa Oakville, was a Stratford resident 4 years. He was a general fore- nan for the Town of Stratford 38 years, retiring five years ago. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Bertha Hummel Dunphy; three daughters, Mrs. Lois White, Mrs. Maureen Krehel and Mrs. Carol Prach, all of Stratford; two brothers, Howard King of North Haven and Leslie King of Canton; two sisters, Mrs. Ernestine Webber of Hamden and celebrant of the Mass, read the town road, who, according to th« city medical examiner, who died John W. Hoffman Services for John W. Hoffman, 72, of 233 Bronx avenue who died Monday took place today in the George P. Potter and Son funeral home, with the Rev. Frederick All sup, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Fairfield, officiating. Burial was in Park cemetery. committal. Bearers were: William Prince, Jr., John Prince, Keith Prince, Thomas Jezierny, Larry Wi liams and Joseph Indenbaum. Hshed in 1949. It was the first in a series of four books telling of the flood of §wedish emigrants to the United States at the turn of the last century. The series of novels was later made into a film. The police have not established the circumstances of Moberg's death. He had been in bad health during the summer and reportedly nad found it hard to continue writing. Wednesday morning he left his wife alone at their house for a walk on the island and did not return. Mrs. Idella LaBelle of Spring field, Mass.; 10 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Alfred (SIxton) Erlcksson Services for Alfred (Sixton) Ericksson, 75, formerly of this city, who died Wednesday in Fairfield Hills hospital;, Newtown, took place today in the Larson funeral home, with the Rev. Sten Lindberg officiating. Cremation was in Mountain Grove crematory. George W. Jaques George W. Jaques, 86, of 282S Bronson read, Fairfield, died Tuesday evening in his home. Services will take place tomorrow at 11:30 a.m. in the Greenfield Hill Congregational church, Fairfield, with the Rev. Stanley L. Houston officiating. Mr. Jaques was born in Elizabeth, N.J. and was a lawyer with the firm of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley and McCloy of New York City. A summer resident of Fairfield since 1958, he has been a permanent resident since 1970. He is survived by his wife Elizabeth Hand Jaques and two nephews. Mrs. Paul Savino Services for Mrs. Evelyn Watkins Savino, 67, wife of Paul Savino, of 240 Summit street, who died Tuesday, took place today in St. Raphael's church, with a Mass of the Resurrection. Entombment was in SI. Michael's cemetery mausoleum. The Rev. Alfio D'Agoslino was celebrant of the Mass and read who died Monday in Norwalk yesterday an apparent suicide in the service station garage, will Lake place tomorrow at 8:15 a.m. in the Green funeral home, 57 Main street, and at 9 o'clock in St. Peter's church with a Moss of the Resurrection. Burial will be in St. Peter's cemetery. James R. Mount, Jr. DARIEN -- Services for James R. Mount, Jr., 83, of 0 Sammis street, Rowayton, a retired stockbroker with the T.' L. Manson brokerage house. New York city, MRS. WOODS DIES; WIDOW OF BANKER Florence Nichols Woods, 96, widow of George H. Woods, former chairman of the board of the People's Savings bank, died today in Methodist Convalescent hospital, .Shelton. · Private services wilt take place Friday at 2 p.m! in the Dennis and D'Arcy funeral home, 2611 Wain street, Stratford, with the Rev. Campbell' B. Carmichae], pastor of the -NicKoIs -Methodisl church, officiating. Burial will ie in Nichols Village cemetery, Trumbull. Mrs. Woods was born in Bridgeport and r lived in Nichols for 52 years. She was a member I of the Mary Silliman chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, a member of the National Society ofvthe Daughters of Founders a n d , Patriots of America, and a member of the Nichols United Methodist church. | She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Rosalie N.- Nettleton of Vista, Calif. Joseph Parkas, Jr. Joseph Farkas, Jr., 62, of Success avenue, died today in Bridgeport hospital. Services wil! take place Saturday at 8:15 a.m. in the Charles V. -Dougiello and Sons funeral lome, 798 Park avenue, and at 9 o'clbck in St. Ambrose church a Mass of the Resurrection. Burial wil! be in St. Michael's cemetery, Stratford. _Mr. Farkas was a Jifelorig resident ol Bridgeport and an Army veteran of World Warrll. Survivors. are, · his wife, Angela Kaciejka Farkas; a son, Joseph John Farkas .of Naugatuck; three brothers, Stephen Farkas of Idaho Falls, Idaho; John Farkas of Stratford, and Eugene Farkas of Bridgeport; four sisters, Mrs. Regina Takacs and Mrs. Helen Galemba both of Bridgeport, Mrs. Irene Selger and Mrs. Julia Cratty both of 3evon; one grandson; and several nieces and nephews. Joseph P. Franko Services will be conducted Sat- Mrs. Eugene Kemerling Services for Mrs. Bertha Ann Kemerling, 60, widow of Eugene Kemerling, of Kissimmee, Fla., and formerly of Shelton, who died ^yesterday in Community hospital, Kissimmee, will take place tomorrow at 10 o'clock in the chapel of the Conrad Thompson funeral home, Kissimmee. 3urial will be at a later date in he River View cemetery, Shel the committal. Bearers were John M. Savino, Jr., Joseph Savino, Jr., John Simmons, John Stauss, Jr., Charles Aldo and Robert Fortuna. Mrs. Philip H. Stapley Christian Science Memorial services for Mrs. Hattie Murphy Stapley, 84, of 1528 Main street, Stratford, widow of Philip H. Stapley and a'retired teacher in the Fairfield school system, who died Tuesday in Bridgeport hospital, took place today in the Dennis and D'Arcy funeral home, Stratford. Burial was at the convenience of the family. THE BRIDGEPORT POST, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1973--39 lusband include a daughter, Miss Arlene M. Kerr of Trumbull; a brother, Clifford McNamara of Bridgeport; a sister,, Mrs. Lorene Beaudry of Patch- oguc, L.I.j and several nieces and nephews. , . . husband- of . . , rood, onti uncle, of Sodford Jaques Jr. end David George Jaques. Wenw'J' services will be held on FrI. at 11:30 a.m. in the Greenfield HIM Congregation* ol church. It Is eorneslly reoueslod no flawers be sent, Friends desiring may mofce contrlbullans in his mcmary 1o Ihc Memorial Fund of Ihe Church or Columbia College. KERR-m this city, Aya. «, "^vj McNamcra K*rr, beloved wife of Ge W.'-Kerr of 18 .Golden Hill s l r . Trumbull. Friends are invited to otlenfl TTis funeral on Saturday ot 8:30 a.m. ir the Cyril F. Mullins Trumbull funero home, 399 White Plains rood at Exit 50 iwerrltr Parkway m* at 9 a.m. Ir St. Catherine's church wtth a Moss of the Resurrection, inlerment In NIcnols Farm BurTa! Grounds. Friends moy call Friday 3-5 ond 7-9 p.rn- __ MASS NOTICE There will be on anniversary Moss for lolly, John. Michael mi Kathryn Mur- fcy, Saturday, Aug. Ulh ot ft a.m. In si. D r*y, , Augustine's cal DEATH NOTICES SHAW-- In thls.Clty, Aug. 0, !73. Allrtd :snaw, 45, beloved father of John Show of 1652 Teapecit : TOCd, Teonetfc, N.J.. son ot Mrs. Sofah 'Show of Octroi!, Mlcfl. Friends are Invited to attend the funer* on Saturday-at" 10 a.m.. in the Oliver H. Baer funeral home, Philadelphia, Pa Interment In Arlington cemetery, Ger- manlawn. Pa. Friends may call Friday ollernoon ond evening at the Baer funeral name. Local arranoements by the George p. potter and Son funeral home, 80 Fairfield cvenue, Bridgeport, conn. · '.; -. - SIPMEIER-ln Danhury; Aug. 7, 1971 Miss Theresa A. slpmeler of Ie7 Sugar street, Newtown. Funeral services will be held at the Hohon funeral home, 5£ Wain sfreef, Newfawn, Friday at 11.-W a.m. Interment in Elmwood cemetery. Bethel. Friends moy call Thursday 7-9 p.m. TAVARES (NENE PESRYJ--In Milford, Aug. 7, 1973. Aurelio INene Perry! Tavares, of WO Platt street, husband of the late Mrs. Estella Perry and father of Romeo Moore. Antonio Perry and Mrs. Inacla Geter. Friends ore invited to attend the funeral on Friday at 8:00 a.m. from the A.R. Afirlola Son funeral home, 2160 Main Street, end In St. Augustine's Cathedral at ?:GO o.m. with Mass of-Resurrection. Interment In St. Michael's cemetery. Friends may call Thursday 3 fa 5 and / J o 9 pin. VAREN--In Njilfard Hospital, Aug. · 1973. Joseph J. varen, beloved husband of Loretto Raslcof Varen of 51 Beechwood Avenue, Milford. Military services , will be held ot rh« Cooy-Whlie funeral home, 1D7 Broad Street, MllfordV Saturday of ft:30 o.m. with a Mass of Resur- urday for Joseph P. Franko, Sr., 69, of 75 Stewart street, a retired maintenance man for the Singer- Metrics ^ company, Bridgeport, who died yesterday in Park City hospital. The services will take place at 9:15 a.m. in the Rohm - and Luchansky funeral home. 2189 Bamum avenue, Stratford, and at' 10 o'clock in Sts' Cyril and 'Methodius church, with a Mass of the Resurrection Burial will be in St. John's cemetery, Strat- in Bridgeport, Mr ton. Survivors include a son, Pau Kemerling of Florida; a daugh :er, Mrs. Jeanne Corfey of Monroe; a brother, Arthur Wil lord, Jr. of .Monroe, and eight grandchildren. Thomas Kiely Sr. Services for Thomas Kiely, Sr.; 97, of .419 Wood avenue, who died Monday, took place today in St. Augustine's cathedral, with a Mass of the Resurrection. Burial was. in St. Michael's cemetery. . The Rev. Frank McGrath was celebrant of the Mass and read the committal. Bearers were Ronald and Alexander Greene, Kenneth and Thomas Kiely, Patrick Donnelly and Thomas Corcoran. Joseph Waxman, J. Joseph Shannon, Edward Konnpka and Hiomas Leary represented the Veterans' League of Jenkins Bros. Aurello (Nene Ferry) Tavares Services for Aurelio (Nene Perry) Tavares, 88, of 980 Platt street, a retired employe of the Frouge Construction company, who-.died Tuesday will take place tomorrow at 8 a.m. in the A. R. Abriola and Son funeral home, 2160 Main street, and at 9 o'clock in St Augustine's cathedral, with a Mass of the Resurrection. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. lospital, took place today in the Edward Lawrence funeral home, with the Rev. Donald Holmes, ol- Iciating. Burial was in Spring Grove cemetery, Mrs. Luther Titus DERBY -- Services for Mrs. Sophia Wombacker Titus, wife ol Luther Titus of 49 Atwater avenue, who died yesterday in Griffin hospital, Derby, will take place tomorrow at 11 a.m. in the Guido funeral home, 120 South Main avenue, Scranton, Pa. Burial will be in Madisonville cemetery, Madisonyille, Pa. Born in Dunmcrc, Pa., Mrs. Titus lived in Derby 22 years. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Fairfield. Survivors, in addition to her hus. band, include a son, David Titus of Stratford; a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Leonard of Derby; a brother, Edward Wombacker ot Don P. Paver WESTPORT--Services for Don P. Paver, 41, of 28 Westfair drive, a member of the Was (port Police department since 1950, who died Monday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in his home, took place today in the Charles H. Lewis funeral home, with the Rev. Daniel M. Estok, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, police chaplain, officiating. Bural was private. Miss Charlotte M. Gatfney NEW YORK--Services for Miss Charlotte M. Gaffney, 81, formerly of 325 East 41st street and a native cf Mcriden, Conn., who died yesterday in the Dewilt nursing home here, will take place tomorrow at 10 a.m. in St. Augustine's cathedral, Bridge- BETTER income (or monoojemwl mlnoec person. EKlllng buiinesj Ing. For appolnlmenf, 8744567. ·. EULOGIES, MUSIC AT CONDON RITES NEW YORK (AP) - The meaning of Eddie Condon's life flowed throughout the jazz great's funeral Wednesday, punctuated by emotional eulogies from his intimates, musical tributes from his colleagues and (he eloquent silence of his guitar propped in front of his casket. N e i t h e r drummer Gene Krupa, lyricist Johnny Mercer, song wrinter John De Vries nor any of the other three eulogists :ould reminisce about "Slick" London without a wavering -oice. Albert Edwin Condon was born in Goodland, Ind. on Nov. 16, 1905, the youngest of nine children of an Irish saloon 1 Male Help Wanted.; NEWSPAPERS FROM THE SO STATES, READ THE CLASSIF1ELD SECTIONS."^ MARTIN'S NEWS SERVICE, INC?·'· 23M BARNUM AVE.. TRATFORO -- Syracuse, N. Y.; a sister, Mrs. Betty, Colaneri of Scranton, Pa.; [our grandchildren and several nieces and nephews; port, Conn., with a Mass of the Resurrection. The Mullins and Redgate funeral home, 1297 Park avenue, Bridgeport, is in charge of arrangements. Burial will be in St. Boniface cemetery, Merl den. A resident of New York Ci(y for 23 years, Miss Gaffney was a retired employe of the Airline Stationary Stores. Survivors i n c l u d e several niece's.and nephews. ABLE BODIED MEN ·.' FULL TIME DAY OR NIGHT;! H,." ' FURNITURE FACTORY'/?!."' CALL «AS. LEE, 333-'Sltf ? » . SJ'POrote heado,rarllrs · loMteT" ft Westport. Should hove at least 2 years experience. Fringe bcoellls Include, I lie i ace den I insurance, disability Incorrte, mli or mcttlcai, pension, cnnuol bonus, more. Submit your resume, alonq .,,,' .saary requlremenls to UACC Box M9 Wettport, Conn. We are An Eo,ual Op-. portunny Employer. . £ . .AMBITIOUS YOUNG MAM for pat ' . ' . ' ' . lime siocK room wor*. Good opportunity · . · ,=,?*»'· w '"« BOX »«. ' . ' . ... EXPERIENCED majl precision worjc. small precision worjc. Apply In perrii. , · ^ve BjJ MI * AlocW "« «·» .'« tuff* · · ' ford. Bom James W. Lyons, Sr. C«rry For Ttie Inconvenience CLOSED FOR VACATION July 30 -- Open on Augr- 13 CATERINA'S 'SKK" S66 LINDLEY ST.. BPT. ^ DOUBLE-BRONZE GRAVE MARKER wth S«%"VF Granite Base.* f ·% Complete ^^ * ^^ WILLOW MONUMENT WORKS 2766 North Ave., Bpt. 333-0237 · ' · ' MONUMENTS ixraMUItr dericmtl »T Walter A. Tomczyk BARNUM Monument Works TOMCZYK BROS. Work done In all Coma.. ·V N. T. Ccmeterlol 1006 Barnum Ave.. Bpt. (IN* Ctntnl An. 4 Bfrt. ««ntt) C»lt for Appml. 33S-6073 a.m. Inlerment in St. Augustine c*me- r tery, Seymour. Friends may coll Friday ft 2 lo 5 anxl 7 to 9 p.m. Friends who so _ desire mayrSt*rw) memorEals 1o Amcr- 1 can Cancer Society, J WALTER-- In this city, Aug. 8, 19/3. Frilr a Wo.ter, husband of Elizabetti KrlppitiUd Waller of \U Edward street, Folrflela. Fatner of- Norbert Walter ond Mr*. Anneliese IJruplnskow. Furwral. services will be held on Saturday ot 9:M a.m. In the Fairfield chapel erf Wilmot, West C ond Gould!rg/ 1209 Post road. 1nt*r 5 mcnt In Lo-jvncrof t . cemetery- Friends moy coll Frfdcy 0-5 ond 7-9 p-m. Wr ward Jesse White of 3H Woodstock S Avenue/ Slrotforet, i formerly of 34 . Garden Street, ond Ft. Lowfcrcfole, I Flo. Funeral services will be held on J Saturday ot 10:30 o.m. from "Stratford funeral home of Dennti D'Arcy, 2611 3 Ntaln Street. Inlerment In i.okeview r cemetery. Friends may ' toll Friday 3 lo 5 anu 7 lo 9 p.m. I WOODS-- In Shclloo Aug. 9, 1973. Florence Nichols Woods, widow of George i H. Woods of 1B56 Hunllngton Tphe., ' Nichols- private services will be held 1 Friday oT 2:00 p,m. ot StralrorcJ fo- rveral home of Dennis D'Arcy. 7311 Main Street. Interment En Nichols Vil- ! lage cetnettry, Trumbull, There will be no collfng hours. , Memorial* moy ba made to The Arthritis Foundation. Stephen P. YonsIcK, husband ot Anno Kowalikl Yonsitk and devoled Tafter of Mrs. Evelyn Bustolottl of 7B9 Normort street. Age B6. Friends arc Invlfcd la ollcnd the fuoerol from the diaries T. Plstey and Sons, funeral home, US Barnum avenue,' corner Noble on Friday ol 10:15 o.m. ond ot 11 o.m. from St. Augustine's colrtedrol with a Mats of the resurrection. Interment In St. Michael's cemetery. Friends may co Thursday 7-9 p.m. IN MEMORIAL tn roving memory, our Dear Father and Grandfather Gecrge Monde II Sr. who poised o-rvoy Aug. 9, )v*4. Memories drift to scencj long poit Time rolls on. but memories last. Like folllno leaves, *trC ycori slip ty Bul memories of you will never £re. Sadly missed but lovingly remembered by your children end oronachiWrefi. gmt»»»»«.«»»"r»»'«yi»«rmrttT»»nii«riii»M Franko was a lifelong residen of. this area. He was a member of the Sis. Cyril and Methodius church's Holy Name society, and the Sokol Rosebuds. He coached the East End PAL teams for 12 years, and was known as "Papa Joe." Survivors include his wife, Vlrs, Anna Petro Franko of Bridgeport; two sons, Joseph P. Franko, Jr. :of Milford and Ray- Burlal wa mond E. Franko of Trumbull; «jn eU; ry. six daughters, Mrs. Pauline Lavin, Mrs. Mary Ann Gregory, and Mrs. Dorothy Lavin, all of Trumhull, Mrs. Frances's am sel and .Mrs. Elizabeth Kubicko, both of Stratford, and Mrs. Rosalie A n d r e c h a k of Bridgeport; three brothers, John Franko of Hawthorn, Fla., Michael Franko of Arlington, Texas, and Edward Franko o! Bridgeport; 23 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Ladlslaw Goreschak Services for Ladislaw Gorcs- hak, 68, of 7 Burritt avenue, tratford, a retired sheetmetal worker at the Avco-Lycoming company, who died Monday in St. Vincent's hospital, took place oday in the Holy Name of Jesus church, Stratford, with a Mass of the Resurrection. 3urial was in St. John's cemetery, Stratford. The Rev. Francis Posluszny was celebrant of the Mass and read the committal prayer. Bearers were: John Goreschak, Jr., Stephen Danko. Harry Honsaker, David Hughes. Ed ward Yeomans and Donald Reed. Services for James W. Lyons, Sr., 60, of 199 Brooks street, a Connecticut toll collector who died Tuesday, took place today in St. Michael the Archangel church with a Mass of the Resurrection. Burial was ; in St. Michael's cemetery. The Rev. Paul Zabicki was celebrant of the Mass and read the committal. Bearers were John Hynes Walter Ball, Michael Butkowski Edward 'Lapinski, Morgai and Edward Kopaczewski. Mrs. Fred O. Trudeau Services for Mrs. Anastasia (Bunny) Donahue Trudeau, 62, wife of Fred O. Trudeau, of 1079 Success avenue, Stratford, who died Tuesday in Bridgeport hospital, took place today in Our lady of Grace church, Stratford, with a Mass of the Resurrection; Burial was in Lawncroft cemetery, Fairfield. Fritz Walter Services for Fritz Walter, 58, of 184 Edward street, Fairfield, a carpenter. for the Fairfield Board of Education, who died yesterday in Park City hospital, wil take place Saturday at 9:30 a.m. in the Wilmot, West anc Goulding funeral home, 1209 3 ost road, Fairfield, with the *ev. John Chaiupas, guest pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, officiating. Burial will be in Lawncraft cemetery, Fairfield. Born in Germany, Mr. Walter was a resident of Fairfield since 1956. He was a member of the German-Austrian War Veterans, Joseph J, Varen MILFORD -- Joseph J. Varen, 74, of 51 Bcechwobd avenue, died yesterday in Milford hospital. Military services will take Iace Saturday at 8:30 a.m'. in he Cody - White funeral home, 107 Broad street, and at 9 o'clock in St. Gabriel's church with a Mass of the Resurrection. Burial will be in St. Augustine's cemetery, Seymour. Mr. Varen, born in Hartford, was a resident of Mtlford 4! years. He was a retired maintenance supervisor, having been employed 39 years by the Con nccticul Light and Power com pany. He retired 10 years ago He served as a school crossing guard for seven years. He was an Army veteran of World War I, and a life member of the VFW NUN WITH CITY KIN DIES IN HARTFORD HARTFORD -- Sister Mary Ivan (Hayes,) 80, of Mercy Knoll convent, 24} Ste«le road, West Hartford, sister of two Bridgeport residents died today In St. Francis hospital here. Services will take place Saturday at 9:30 a.m. in Mercy Knoll chapel, West Hartford, with a Mass of the Resurrectitn. The Rev. 3ohn Post, S. J., of Fairfield university will be celebrant and will read the committal. Burial will be in St. Mary tery, West Hartford. Born in Chaplin, she entered the Sister of Mercy order in 1916 and was professed in 1919. She taught at parochial schools throughout the state and served keeper. He ultimately moved on to Chicago, becoming a Jozz impresario, bandleader and night club owner while building the Chicago style of jazz. Dead At 17 His last performance was on July 5 at the Newport Jazz Festival here.-Two days later he entered Mount Sinai Hospital, where he died Saturday at the age of 67. Surviving arc his widow Phyllis; two daughters, Maggie and Liza, and a brother, John. Before the 40-minute service in Manhattan's Frank .E. Campbell Funeral .Chapel, pianist Dill Jones quietly played such tunes as "Squeeze Me" by Fats Waller, and Bljc Beiderbecke's "Sugar" and "Candle- lights" for an hour. Knipa, whom Condon had recruited for the 1927 recordin ARE YOU looklna for a good paying, - . steady ob In o "no pressure 7 'v M. * . nospnere* WIN SPORTS t.T IMPORTS · - . X)S on Immediate opening for a darts : · helper; Familiarity with import ports · esicntol. Excellent wa«s ond- oil : : Sf.1r (l H;^?g». rn ..! l £ r "" '».«*· CoTM"- ARTIE'S PLACE TKUW6ULU · ' NEEDS SALESMAN ··'' u°\ "» W m " ' t *·-· ull *-*Jil lime. Apply in person. · · . ASS'T TO ENGINEERING MOR. ' ' mfg. processes, product Design and development, and special protects. Condi- dates experience must lie h rubber-ana or plastlci. FEE PAID. Salary 11-;TM RITA PERSONNEL SERVICES '··' · - , ass Moin St. . j:. Bridgeport · ' ,' -. ASSEMBLY, WIRING, 'SOLDERING on electronic owemtly ond dwuli.-.Som» rle "' . . . end soldering tt- " * lr *le«_ bul will froin promising' condl- dole. Permanent with rapidly growing elecronlcs manufacturer. Good oppor- of Bridgeport. Survivors are his'wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Krippschild Walter of Fairfield; a son, Norbert Walter of Southinglon; a daughter, Mrs. Anneliese Urpinskow of Milford, and three grandchildren. Mrs. Joseph P. McLean Services for Mrs. Isabel At' wood McLean, 72, of 990 Grand street, widow of Joseph P. McLean, who died Monday,'took place today in St. Mark's Roman Catholic church, Stratford, with a Mass of the Resurrection. Burial was in St. Michael's The Rev. Lawrence McMahon was celebrant of the Mass and read the committal. the Tinto Council 47, K of C, the Wepawaug Barracks, Veterans of World War I, and a former captain of the Connecticut State Guard. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Loretta Rasicot Varen; ^wo daughters, Mrs. Laurel Lewis of Cataumet, Mass., and Mrs. John Balcerowski of Milford; six grandchildren and a great-grand- Post 778 of Devon, a member of » Mother Superior in St. John the Baptist school, New Haven from 1940 to 1943 and also ha the same olficc in Sacred Heart school, New Haven, from 1946 to 1949. Survivors arc: three sisters, Mrs. Florence Keating and Mrs. Mildred Sasso both of Bridgeport, and Mrs. Anne Crowly of 3ld Lyme; two brothers, Herbert Hayes of Waterbury, and Harold Hayes of Pennsylvania. debut for both men, told the 150 mourners that Condon and Mezi Mezzrow were his philosophical mentors. Mercer called Condon "one of he last great wits...But of all he original things he said, I never heard him be unkind or unfair." Take Charge Guy' To record producer Milt Gab- Icr, Condon was a "take charge guy. You couldn't fool him on a :une, a man or whisky." At the end of the funeral, pianist Earl "Fatha" Hines," trumpeters Wild Bill Davison and Johnny Windhurst, trombonist Vic Dickcnson, drummer Cllffc Lceman and soprano saxophonist Kenny Davern Joined singer Lee Wiley In anlty for.advancement. Equol Ojjportun- ·SUffK/'r-. Harm, Inc., l4.FTtctl.SI. E. Norwolfe. Conn. " EARNING POTENTIAL OVER, 1ZOO PER DAY PAYING 130 PER SQUARE EXPERIENCED WITH T PERIENCED WITH TOOLS CALL GEORGE: «77-JS2S ~ °^ OUALIFI HYSICAL DAMAGE AP- C ° NN ASSISTANT PARTS mooooer . wanted, mature person preferred, will consider imblttous youna married man wlllkia to iccept responsibility. Excellent company beneflls. Uniforms provided. Apply-Iri perion'ol Flaga Mofors, 1317 Post FW.j Weslport. See Chit ports manager.- . - · AUTOMOTIVE MACHINIST or auto mechanic wllh engine overhaul experience, steady work,;many heneflls. Apply Sam B«ber, Charles Frwdmon Co.rijM lorth Avc., Bpt. AUTOMOTIVE PARTS COJN E«perl«nc« prelerred. Compl benefits. . Friedman ford. Apply i Co., TER MAh'' ikte union ly in person Oflly. Charles . 1258 Barnum Avc., Airs. Dennis Mulllns Services for Mrs. Kafhcrine A. lullins, 44, wife of Dennis Mullins, 'of 115 Ruane street, Fairfield, who' died Tuesday in Bridgeport hospital,. took place today in St. Thomas Aquinas church, Fairfield, with a funeral Mass. Burial was in St. Thomas cemetery, Fairfield. The Rev. Walter P. Coleman was celebrant of the Mass and read the committal. Bearers were Frank Wilder, John Holzbar, Joseph Salvo. Russell Pleasic, Michael Minoski and Henry Rydz. Mrs. Leopold Niestemskl Services for Mrs. Anna Waltersdorf Nicslcmski, 85, of 36 Emerald street, widow of Leopold Niestemski, who died Sunday, took place today in St. Michael the Archangel church with a Mass of the Resurrcclion. Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery. Edward J. White Edward J. White, 81, of 316 Woodstock avenue, Stratford, formerly of 34 Garden street, Stratford, and Fort Lauderdule, Fla., died yesterday in Bridgeport hospital. Services will take place Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in the Dennis and D'Arcy funeral home, 2611 vlain street, Stratford, with the Rev. Carl E. Buffington, Jr., curate of the Christ Episcopa church, Stratford, officiating Burial will be in Lokeview cemetery, Bridgeport. Mr. White was b»rn in Scran ton, Kan., and was a resident of Bridgeport area for 60 years. He was a retired pressman for the Bridgeport Sunday Herald and a veteran of World War I serving with the Printing Headquarters in France. He was a member of Post 42 of the American Legion, Stratford, and a member of the Veterans of World War I of Fort Lauderdale. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Frank W. Kraska of Stratford; three brothers, H. Perry White of Woodland, Cal, A. Roy White of 'Joplin, Mo.; two sisters, Mrs. Laurel Smith of Scdg- wich, Kan., Mrs. Ross Garrison . Irving Godfrey MONROE -- Services for Irving Godfrey, 78, of 832 Main street, a retired electrician, who died Wednesday in St. Vincent's hospital, Bridgeport, will take )lace tomorrow at 9 a.m. in St. Stephen's church with a Mass of he Resurrection. Burial will he n Holy Sepulchre cemetery, New Rochello, N.Y. The Wilmot, West, and Goulding funeral home, 406 Main street, is in charge of arrangements. Born in Pelham, N.Y., Mr. Godfrey was a member ol the Electricians Union, Local 488. Survivors are several nieces. Back Home Again · in In diana." Also present were Jimmy McPartland. Buck Clayton, Red Richards, Gcroge Wein, Brooks Kcrr and Nesuhl and Ahmet Ertegun, Atlantic Records executives. Sharks, J e l l y f i s h R e p o r t e d Sighted in Sound, None Here AUTO PARTS COUNTER MAN For VW Dealer. We require top nolcht erson who con work Independently wlm tnowledge ot Foreign domestic parts yslems. If you or e interested In working or a progressive Co. wllh belter than average Salary all Co. Beneflls, pleosfl conlacl Mr, Warlh. Pray Automobile Cor- wrallon, Greenwich, Connecticut. (203) 49-4400. · - \ AUTdliHOP FOREMAN f" · .orgo Porsche Audi Dealership. Top Salary, All Beneljts, experience a MUlil. Call Mr. Kuhn, Pray Porsche Audi Corporation IBI West Putnam Ave. Greeni |lch, Connecticut. 1J03] ool-lguq. ,: , William Gorge of Stella, Mo.; two grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. me«Care« I THE CARE YOU NEED AT HOME Trained, experienced, frienrJIy.- dedicated peopte ready to provida in-home care to convalescents, and senior citizens on a daily, weekly or monthly basis." Moderate rates. CALL: 366-4907 William Gurge, 46, of 1770 Sca- vicw avenue, died yesterday in his home. Services will take place Saturday at 7:45 a.m. in the Charles Pistey and Sons funeral home, 255 Bamum avenue and 8:30 o'clock in Holy Trinity Greek Catholic church. Burial wilh full military honors will be in St. Michael's cemetery, Stratford. Panahede services will take place Friday at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Gurge was a Navy veteran of World War H, and a member of the Catholic War Veterans post No. 145. He was an inspector at the Avco - Lycoming Division 20 years. Survivors are: his wife Florence Ada Dean Gurge; a son, William l.croy Gurgc; one daughter, Paula Marie Gurgc; a brother, John Gurgc of Milford; four sisters, Mrs. Ann Decline of Floridn; Mrs. Irene Vaughl, of Bridgeport, Mrs. Barbara Seawell of Bridgeport, and Mrs. Helen Vanderhoof of Port Henry, N.Y.; and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. John O'Kanc Sweeney O'Kane, 55, wife of John O'Kane of 42 Huron street, who died Tuesday, took place today in St. Ambrose church with a Mass of the Resurrection. Bural was in Lawncroft cemetery, Fairfield. Concelcbranls of the Mass were the Rev. Andrew Gilbridc, he Rev. William J. Mclnncs. SJ, former president of FairfieH university, the Rev. John Mullins, SJ, and the Kcv. Thomas J. Whalen Seated in the sanctuary was Consignor John Cavanaugh. Father Gilbride read the committal. Bearers were Robert Hemor, Richard Lcvcnlhal, John Malcc, Ronald Reekie, James Rawlcy and Joseph Wilkinson. Mrs. Nathaniel Whitney Services for Mrs. Sadio Moore Whitney, M, of M5 Rivcrton terrace, Stratford, widow of Nalhlan- el Whitney, who died Tuesday n Bridgeport hospital, look place today in St. Ann's church, Devon, with a Mass of the Resurrection. Flurial was in St. Michael's cemetery. Miss Theresa A. Slpmeler NEWTOWN--Services for Miss Theresa A. Sipmcier, 65, of 167 Sugar street, a bookkeeper for lie Marsh Dairy, Fairfietd, who died Tuesday in Danbury hos- ital, will lake place tomorrow al II a.m. in the Honan funera wme, 58 Main slrect. Burial will ic in Elmwood cemetery. Bethel. Mrs. Harry E. Nlckerson NORWALK -- Services for Mrs. Elsie May Nickcrson, 85, of 72 Strawberry Hill avenue, widow of Harry E. Nlckerson, who died Monday in Argylc, N.Y., where she was visiting, took place loday in Iho Raymond funeral home, wilh the Rev. Georgo Waterman, pastor of the Advent Christian church, officiating. Burinl was in Woodlaml cemetery, Stamford. Mrs. Bessie Thlelmann KIDGIiFIELD -- Memorial services for Mrs. Bessie Thtcl- mann, 87, of 4 North Salem road, who died Monday in Norwalk hospital, took place today MEWTOWN LAB OWNER B U R I A L SET FRIDAY NEWTOWN-Scrvices for Frank C. DeVito, 69, of RFD ], Route 31. Sandy Hook, the owner o[ the Northeastern Industrial' X-ray laboratory ol Sandy Hook, who died Tuesday in his home, will take place tomorrow at 9 a.m. in line Radozyck! fu F. c. DIVIIO iicral home, 305 Pulaski street, Bridgeport. Following n Coast Guarc warning o Long Island Sounc )alhcrs that sharks and stinging cllyfish have been sighted in coastal waters, a check of o f l i cials here dicsloscd that none lave been sighted near the city'i beaches. A Coast Guard spokesman in New Haven said several packs of 10 to 12 sharks, six to clgh tcet long, have been spotted from Drunford to Milford, wilh most sightings in the waters outside of New Haven's harbor. Tho spokesman said the recent hot weather plso had driven ·llyfish close to the They are of two BAKER WANTED -- Full or part tjnw/ *ooj lolary. Acply In person, PYE HUT. Coltww Shopping Center. HI. 7, Wlllory- 1 BARBER WANTED. ExpjrltncM rrmf* wlr tyllit preferred. Good salary. Apply f metric Berber Shop, 48 Reel'Rd, FDd groomed and want lo earn an "above av. erpae" income for Ihermelvci. Must hav« :rjor sales experience. \Ve olltr salary lui ccunmlsitan and DeneMFs end demon-. ilralor. Apply fn person to Ron Monej, WINER CHEVROLET, 1«5 Barnum Art- nuo, Slrallord. BROWN (, SHARPE automatic screw. .lachinc set up men. We offer lap pay. overtime bcndlls, olr condlironlng, ntw planl In !he works. Work a few toy or. 3 week while on vacation. Try now stay . olcr. R R R Manufacturing Company, ?*3 Wodcnd Rd.. Slrolford. BUILDING SUPERINTENDENT Sr clean qulor, oduU bulldlna. l!ve-rn, purl- lime. Experienced husband and wife iearri prelerred\ Apply 11 o.m. to 1 p.m. Strot- trfaoj Ap'. Associates, 225 Gotten Kill hordes of state coa f jelly stline. BUILDING MAIHT. Experienced Apt. Patnkr, Plumber fc Jonllor vrontrd. Apply. 11 n.m to 3 p.m. STRATBRIDS ASSOC. Mi Oorden HIM 51.. Bpl. orrdgc A St., Dp!. CARPENTERS, EXPERIENCED In r«- PENTERS, modeling only. A tlon Co., 44 Ba YOUNG ROBBER KILLS SELF IN POLICE FIGHT MIAMI (AP) -- A young robbery suspect shot and killed himself on the steps of a Catholic church nflcr Irading rjiinfirc wllh pursuing police, officials say. in St. Stephen's Episcopal church. Cremation was in Mountain Grovo crematory,. Bridge port. Stephen Peter Yarwlck Services for Stephen Peter Yan sick, 86. of 789 Norman street, a retired assembler for the Undcr- vood corporation) who died yes- crday in his home, will lake w i|l take place tomorrow at 0 a.m. ilace tomorrow at 10:15 a.m. in In the Pagliaro's funeral liomc, Mrs, John n. Prince Services for Mrs. Marion Brooks Prince, 63, wife of John E. !rincc of 115 Washington avenue, who died Tuesday look place today in St. Auguslinc's cathedral, w i t h a Mass nf the Resurrection. Burial wns in St. Michael's cemetery. 'Jhe Rev. John fi. G i l m a r l i n Mrs. William McCullough SHELTON -- Services for Mrs. Mary McCullough, 03, of 37 High Gate road, Trumbull, wife of William McCullough, who died Monday in the United Methodist home, Harold Earl Sluarl, 21, opened fire on police when they tried to stop him for questioning Wednesday alter a woman reported that he had tried to rob her, M i n m i police o f f i c i a l s said. Stuart t r a d e d shots with three officers before running up the steps of the Gcsu Catholic Church and iiring a bullet through his head, the officials said. Stuart, of M i a m i , was on pro bation from an 18-mnnllt prison sentence from n l!170 burglary conviction, police said. types, the clcar-whllo typo with no tentacles that are normally harmless and Iho red or burgundy - colored jellyfish whose ten- acles can give bathers a painful Bathers slung by the red type lould he taken to hospitals for rcatmenl. Kcnnclh liruno, llic lifeguard upcrvisoi- at Seaside Park cadi reported no cases of jclly- sh slings have been broughl to he first aid slallon at the bath- ouso nnd a spokesman for the ity's Health department said he s not aware of any conccntrn- ion of jellyfish or sEmrks off ocal waters. Ill CARPEIITER «, II) helper. 3M-OMO , dayt: evcnlngi. 33S-»12. layt: i ........ CARPENTER -- For conlroclor Uolno commcrcrol rcildonllol fr allfrallen work. Muil be experienced, lit elan, S6 itarllno role. Reply wllh delallt lo Poll Telegtom BOX 1UJ. he Charles T. Pistcy and Sons uncral home, 255 Bamum avenue, and at 11 o'clock in St. Augustine's cathedra], with n Mass of the Resurrection. Burial will he in St. Michael's cemetery. Born in Bridgeport, Mr. Yan- sick lived here all his life. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Anna Kowalski Yansick of Bridgeport; a daughter, Mrs. livclyn Hussololli of Bridgeport; a sister, Mrs. Klizabclh Capwcll of ljuis- viHc. Ky.; three grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. .1!X River road, with the Rev. Charles GicRcr officiating. Burial will be in Riverside cemetery. Adcllno DoVnlc DANnURY-Sorviccs for Adc- lino DoValc. 3!). cl I!) Gary Knolls, proprietor of Gctly's Service slalio/i, Danbury-New Mrs. George W. Kcrr TRUMBUI-L -- Services for Vlrs. Irene McNamara Kerr. 61, of 18 Golden Hill street, wife of George W. Kcrr, who died yes- [crtlay in Bridgeport hospital, will take place Saturday nt 8:30 a.m. in the Cyril !·'. Mullins funeral home. 30!) White Plains road, and at 9 o'clock in St. Catherine's church willi a Mass of the Resurrection. H u r i a l will be in Nichols l r nrm.s b u r i a l grounds. Mrs. Kcrr was horn in Hridgc- port and lived in the area nil her life. COUNSELORS PUNISH STUDENTS WITH RUN PROVIDI-.NCI-., Il.f. (AP) -Up to four counselors fn a fcder ally funded summer program wili be fired attcr forcing cigh students In Iho program lo run until they dropped Tuesday night, the program's n d m l n i s trnlor said Wednesday. The counselors forced the i... dents to nm around a quad rangle at Hie school for an in definite period nnd hit the sti dents with bctls to keep then running, said M a r t i n Younger the director of Die program. Younger .said the counselor; nclirin exceeded the bounds i; k'j;itim.ilc punishment and col slilulcil cniclly. Tilt; forced nm followed a dis ciplinary crackdown hy the pro Survivors, in addition lo licr|rjram's administration. CARPENTERS Co rpcnler's helperj -. Mill nlDd. Apply on the [°b, 10 ll Kd., Sl.olro.d. See Glno. 100) Warner CARF'ENTER TO ASSIST protect nnnaocr lor 100 unll condo prolccl. I hova in' _.r?-J-- ,- phaws ( Tpfcft .' CARPENTER \VANTEO. Call B?8-;/ll lit (raining cx- n lab. Cedar Orove Ccn- i Ave.. Shclton, CLEANING service nectl! mon full lime oyi. Coll ?S p.m. 130 7570. Y O U T H IS ARRESTED ON NARCOTICS CHARGE NEWTOWN -- M i c h a e l onslon, 10, of Cedar Hill mad, was nrrcslcd on charges of il- il ]Hssession of a controlled fl nnd broach of the pence at 1:30 p.m. ycslcrdity on Wen- Jo vcr mad following n fnnt chase by Del. Sergeant Michael DcJoscph, police said loday. .Tension was arrested on the authority of a Circuit court war- rent In connection wilh a alleged controlled drug violation in Tune. Unable to post a $1500 cash bond, Jonston was held in Monroe jail for nrrnignmcnt today in Danbury Third Circuit court. Police said they spotted Jonston in t h e Wlicclcr Shopping Pnrk and when approached lie lied nn fool. He was op- 'lirmtcd a sJiort time Inter on \Vemlover road. The iirresl followed nn in- vc.stij;\lion by llic Detective division of Ncwtown |inlice perf01 tncd by Sgl, DcJoseph wilh Patrol men I Tarry Noroian nnd Robert Taylor. . . CONSTRUCTIOH LABORERS «r CONTROLLER Ve nro a rctooriiied Icocler rcwcled uppllcr o| materials lo Ihc electronics iced, olcrl, financially Iralncd Indlvltf- t voyr reiumc. Foil Tcf«- COOK -- Full lime, brcaMosI toofc, '6 doyi per wttk. E XJK r I f nee preferred. Ap- pr/ in pcrioo lo Holiday Inn 01 ·ytdypiyl, til LnfoyMIc Blvd. ~COOK -- SALAD MAN wanted full lfm« person Vaffe'A Steak ilvd., Strotlord. word. Apply in COUNTER (MM dni sloe* clerk tor oufonio!lvo pain I sforc/ vlll 1ro!n, Apfliy J.J Stovlcw Avt,, Bpl. ^ CRAFTSMEN --ability lo worn wttti wood, 5J \VaiM)Utn St., Bpl,, apply Ifi paid. - , sVllrtg. l. DESIGN PRODUCTSDSMfc. ' 7 OrSlGN FNGIKEEH -- NUCLEAR PRODUCTS, DSME 3 DFblfrN ENGINEER --AIR GA= DEHVOR AT ION EQUIPMENT, ObME OR USCE. ALSO *. AWNUFACTURING EHGtNEfcK TOOL EMG1NEER ..... CMINli 6. TOOL ENGINEER PLASTICS SCREVV Coll John ot OAILEY EMPLOYMENT Of FAIRFIELD. 2SS«)n 7U Poll KJ.

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