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The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut • Page 43

The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut • Page 43

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THE BRIDGEPORT. POST, SEPTEMBER 7, 1967. FORTY-THREE HEAR 5 ZONE APPEAL MONROE The Zoning Board of Appeals will conduct a public hearing Sept. 19 at 8:30 p.m. in the Town Hall Annex, to hear five appeals.

They are: application of William T. McGuire for a variance in order to enlarge a non-conforming dwelling located on a nonconforming lot at the corner of Cottage street and Mashapaug application of Joseph DiPasquale for a variance to permit him to construct a dwelling on a non-conforming lot which is located on Blakeman' drive. Also, application of Josephine G. Tavella for a waiver of frontage requirements fo permit the subdivision of property located on Monroe turnpike about 1,000 feet north of Old Zoar road; application of Mary W. Renz for a variance relating to use, in order to store Company buses at premises on the north side of 110, Road), located feet west of-Barn Hill road.

Also, application of Robert and Martha LaValtee a variance of sideline requirements to construct ah attached garage to'a dwelling located at Pinetree road, 1 about IK feel south of Fern lane, in the Forest Meadows development. All interested persons may appear at the hearing and written communications will also be received by the commission in relation to any of the appeals. BOARD RESCINDS SITE APPROVAL REDDING SERVICES TOMORROW FOR MRS. E.PFRIEH Services w.ill be conducted tomorrow for Mrs: Frances Martin Pfriem, wife of John Pfriem, 45 a a 1 way, vice president and business manager of The Post Publishing company, who died yesterday in Bridgeport hospital where she was admitted OBITUARIES MRS. JOAN D.

ENSOR. HFD vitn Redding Planning cqmmis- sion has Officially rescinded its vote. approving a nine-acre site off Route 53, for a.public swimming and r'e'creation area. The action was taken at i cbmrhiss'ion's meeting' Tuesday night on the advice of counsel. A suit had been filed against the Planning commission by, 23 residents in the vicinity 'of the proposed site, charging that commission's approval was in violation of zoning regulations.

Subsequently, the land was with- drawn from the market. The commission was advised by Wake, its lawyer, that rescinding its approval was in order to: terminate the Jaw suit. Vqter. An all-day voter-making ses- i tion will be held Saturday, from "to 8 p.m. at the Town Office Building.

This will be the last opportunity-for most residents to be put the election rolls before election day, Oct. 2. A session only for. those whose voting rights -have matured since Sept. .9 will 30 from 9.

to 11 a.m.. at the-Town Office build- Saturday as a medical patient. The services will take place at 8:30 a.m. in the Wiimot, West and Goulding funeral home, 1209 Post road, Fairfield, and at 9 o'clock in St. Ann's church with a requiem Mass.

Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. 3 BOUND OVER ON DOPE CHARGES ANSONJA Three suspects charged with narcotics violations beaded innocent, waived examination and were bound over to he next term of Superior court Waterbury when they appeared aefore Judge Milton Reinhard Monday in Fifth Circuit court. Thomas J. Sembrowich, 22, 36 Maltby street, Shelton, is faced with two charges, dispensing and possessing marijuana.

His $1,500 bond was 'continued. Frank S. Thompson, 23, 6 Page street, Ansonia, is charged with dispensing marijuana and his $1,000 bond was continued. Robert A. Weisz, Pulaski highway, Ansonia, is under $500 bond on a possession charge.

The trio were among a group of about 100 persons, ar rested in a crackdown by state and Lower Naugatuck Valley police during the summer. Vincent A. 23, 1332 Botsford road, Seymour, waivec examination after an innocen plea and was bound over to Su jerior court on a rape count Bond is $3,000. Daniel J. Crowley, 17, of Beth; mour roadi Bethany, was fined $100 for-speeding and $25 failure to observe an optical restriction after pleading guilty.

Fines totaling $110 were imposed in the case of Edmund L. Ladd, 42, Paper Mill road, New Milford. He 'for evading responsibility and $25 for A nolle'was entered George AszUlos Services for Mrs. Julia Hefner Aszlalos, 86, of 957 Wordin avenue; widow of George Asztalos, who died Tuesday, took place today in the Lesko funeral home with the Rev. Emil Nagy, pastor of the Eirst United Church of Christ officiating.

Burial was in Mountain Grove cemelery. Mrs. Jaines Baker Services for Mrs. Edith Stoeckert Baker, 66, of 244S Main street, widow of James Baker, who died Tuesday in Bridgeport hospital, will take place tomorrow at 10 a.m. in the Calvary Episcopal church with the Rev.

Robert Niemiller, rector, officiating. Burial will be in Lawncroft Fairfield. The George P. Potter and Son funeral home, 880 Fairfield avenue, is in charge of arrangements. resided and Mrs.

William Splc- er of Fountain Valley, seven grandchildren; two great grandchildren and several nephews and nieces. Louts Edwards Services for Louis R. Edwards, 90, of 588 Toilsome Hill road, Fairlield, who died Monday, look place today in the Henry E. Bishop funeral home. The Rev.

Frederick J. Kuhlmann, rector of Christ Episcopal church, Tashua, officiated. Burial was in Mountain Grove cemetery. Joseph Brose Services for Joseph 51, of 235 William street, who died Tuesday in Bridgeport hospital, will, take place tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. in the Holmes funeral home, Lansford, and at 2 o'clock in St.

John's Slovak Lutheran church with the Rev. John Kovachik officiating. Burial will be in St. John's cemetery, Summit Hill, Pa. The H.

Lawrence A. Spodnick funeral home, 225 Par 1 street, is in charge of local arrangements. Horace Brown will be conducted tomorrow for Horace Brown, 47, of 1174 Barnum avenue, who died Monday whiie visiting friends at 83 Williston The services will take place at 1 p.m. in the James -F. Morton funeral home, 25 Curriev street, with the Rev.

Arthur Bass, pastor of Mount Aerie Baptist church, officiating. Burial will be in Park cemetery. Ing. rv Naturalized citizens should Paul Calla Paul Calia, 78, of 22 Ives court, died.yesterday in his home. Services will take place Saturday at 9 a.m.

in the Spadac- Frederick H. Gecr Services for Frederick H. Geer, 70, of 404 Atlantic street, a retired, salesman, died yesterday, will fake place Saturday at 9:45 a.m. in the Lieberum, Heaphy and Doyle funeral home, I Fairfield. avenue, and at 10:15 o'clock in.St.

Francis Xavier church. Burial will be in St Michael's cemelery." Mr. Geer was born in Norwich and had been a resident Bridgeport 37 was a salesman "for the Federal Tea company 30 years until his re Lirement in 1965. He an Army veteran of World War I. Survivors are wife, Mr Albina Disco Geer; a son, Henry F.

Geer, of Milford; a brother Norman Geer," of West Palm Beach, two grandchildren one nephew and two nieces. Chester Gladchuk Services will be conducted tomorrow for Chester "Chet" Glac chuk, 50, former scholastic, coi lege and professional footba 1 star and the first head coach the University of Bridgeport, wh died Monday-in Cooley Dickin hospital, Northampton after a long illness. The services will take placi at 10 a.m.. in St. i i d' church, with solemn high requiem al will be in St.

Brigid's cenr tery. The Douglas funeral home, ,87 Play Cast Listed The cast of 20 actors and actresses appearing in the Redding Players'production of "J.B.' 1 includes familiar to Redding audiences and 'some which are new. The play opens tomorrow at p.m. at the Bonner playhouse in-Georgetown. The title role and male lead is played by Walter S.

Hallen- -borg a community theater veteran whom many will remember his' song' and dance: hit, Feet," in "Cih Kay!" The, female lead is -played by Lou Boucher as Sarah, who has appeared as Honey in Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and as Nancy Twinkle in "Little Mary Sunshine," Jason Nevins, who has ma- on a stop sign charge. Jury trial, requests were grant- eel- to Albert T. Allen, 28, 241 Quinnipiac avenue, New Haven, operating under suspension, triai set for-Sept. 19 at Milford; Frances Ba'chman, 22, 30 Dwight Ansonia, shoplifting; Samuel Hall, 20, 8 William street, Ansonia, breach of peace; Joseph 12 Vine street Ansonia, evading responsibility; James W. Robinson, Christian street, Oxford, speeding! Donald M.

Pawlyk, 16, 52 Murr ray street, Shelton, charged with reaking and entering and larceny was referred to Juvenile court as was Carmen J. Perri, 16, 5 Catlin place, Shelton, with the same charge. Frank Manna, 52, Wii- loughby road, Shelton, breach of peace, 10-day jail term; George Marchak, 41, uncertain address, breach of peace arid intoxication, 10-day suspended term on- each count; Edward Mingrone, uncertain address, breach of peace, intoxication and damage to public building, 10 days suspended on each charge. Also, Richard W. Jacobs, 17; of Thomaston, failure to grant right of way at private driveway, $25 fine; Stanley Kowaisky, 24, 228 Derby avenue, breach of peace; IO fine; John Lonegran, 53, 64 Ansonia, breach peace, nolle; Richard Maffuccio, 21, Pittsfield, failure to obey -State' Traffic commission signs, $35 bond forfeited; Joseph 24, 25 Cheever street, Ansonia, breach of peace and damage to private property, both charges nolled.

Also, David Mudry, 20, 6 Mars a a Ansonia, failure lo grant one-half of the highway to cncoming traffic, $25 fine; New cino funeral home, 499 Washington at JO: o'clock" in St. Raphael's church with -a" requiem Mass. Burial will'be in St. Michael's cemetery. A native of Goia del Colle, irovince of Bari, Italy, iad resided in Bridgeport 52 any until his relirfiment sey- ral years ago.

Surviving is his wife, Mrs. iina Pinto. George S. Shananj Services for George S. Shana- 71, of 325 Norrrian street, who led Tuesday, look place today in I.

Dimilri's Romanian Orthodox hurch. The Rev. Stephen Feica, jastor, officiated. Burial was in cemetery. Hubert R.

Smith Services for Hubert R. Smith, 18, of 1830 East Main street, who ied Tuesday, look place today the Albert W. Spear funeral ome with the Rev. Kenneth C. iunker, interim pastor of the West End Congregational church, fficiating.

Burial was in Moun ain Grove cemelery. Bearers, were Marshall Smith, Patrick Martin, Frank Marshall ind Frank Boemmel. in Ihe Frank Polke and Son funeral residence, 1546 Fuirfield avenue, and at 2 o'clock In St. George's Albanian Orthodox church. The Rev.

Stephen Barlam, pastor, will officiate, flur- al will be in Lakeview ceme- ery. Trlsaglon services will take place tonight and Friday at 8 o'clock in the funeral home. Born in Albania, Mr. Vissar had lived in Bridgeport 45 years. He was a self-employed grocer with Crown Food Slores, until his retirement 15 years Clifford Craven of, Sydney, Aus- (ralia and 10 grandchildren.

ago. Survivors are three sons, Nicholas E. "issar of Fairlield; and Robert E. Vissar and Stephen Vissar, both of Bridgeport; three daughters, Mrs. Virginia VnKho of Worcesler, Mrs.

Florence Gabrielli, of Trumbull and Mrs. Christine Kasparek of Bridgeport; 10 grandchildren; a great-grandchild and several nieces and nephews. Howard R- Bonn el I SHELTON--Services for Howard R. Bonnell, 57, of Isinglass road, Huntlngton, president of (he Standard Printing and Ink company of Bridgeport, who died Tuesday, will take place Friday at 8:15 o.m. in the Slralford funeral home of Dennis and D'Arcy, 261) Main street, and at 9 o'clock in St.

Catherine of Siena church, Nichols, with a requiem Mass. Burial will be in Nichols cemetery, Nichols. Joseph Pellto TRUMBULI--Joseph Petilo, 79, of 256 Edison road, died today In Park City hospital. Services will take place Saturday at 9 a.m. in the S.

Spadac cino funeral home, 499 Washing Ion avenue, Bridgeport, and a 10 o'clock In St. Teresa's church with a requiem Mass. Burial will Miss Marjorle E. Smith Services for Miss Marjorie E. milh, 50, of 245'Fairfax drive, Stratford, who died Tuesday, took lace today i Ihe Henry E.

iishop funeral home with the Rev. Arthur Tedcaslle, paslor of he Stratford Methodist church, Dfficiating. Burial was in Aspe- uck cemetery, Easton. Pleasant. street, Amherst, is in charge of arrangements'.

Jor role as Mr. Zuss, played General Oscar Fairfax in "Little Mary Sunshine," and John Byron, who will play Nickles, was seen here as Corporal Billy Jester in the'same play, for which he also did the choreography. Other important roles are carried by Lawrence E. Clark and Michael Connolly as the First and Second Rostabouls. They were last seen here as Hank and Captain Big Jim Warington, respectively, in "Little Mary Sunshine." Others in "J.B." who have had leading roles with the Redding Players are Marilyn Kaishian, Virginia Winans, Lee Emerson, and Salv'atore Pace.

Some whcj will be seen for the first time in Redding but are not new to the community theater circuit are nie Jarvis, Jane Nevins, and Beverly J. Hoffman. The play, wrilten by Archibald MacLeish, is directed by W. Thomas Littleton, his fifth production for Ihe Redding Players. It will be presented for four successive Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:40 p.m.

at the Bonner Playhouse. The company is also prepared to go on tour by requesl, or to give special performances al the Bonner Playhouse. Haven Trap Rock company, 265 Church street. New Haven, overweight commercial vehicle, $60 bond called; John T. Sprague, 17, 85 Jackson street, Ansonia, following too closely and operating without a license, $50 bond called.

Also, Joseph Tyburski, 49, 125 Park avenue, Derby, reckless driving, Peter J. Wapner, 34, 35 Frances AnsiV nia, leaving motor. vehicle without setting hand brake, $15 fine; Clifford L. Weeks, 20, 106 Bridgeport avenue, Milford, breach of peace and assault, both charges nolled; Norman Zelin, 46, 14 Weslside drive, Hamden, failure to obey STC signs, $25 fine. Also, George 17, 133 Hillside avenue.

-Waterbury, evading responsibility, $75 fine and Seymour Camille, 22, 53 Rosewood avenue. Waterbury, unsafe lane changing, nolled! years. He was the retired owner of Paul's Ice and Coal company. He-was a member of the Boys' Club -of America! Survivors are his wife, -Mrs. Amelia Perini Calia; two sons, Charles and Emil Calia, both of Bridgeport and three Mrs.

Robert C. Cook Services for Mrs. A. Irene Glossenger Cook, 87, of 207 Rem- ngton streel, widow of. Robert C.

Cook, who died Tuesday, took jlace today in the Dennis and yArcy funeral home with the William Sullivan, pastor of the Second Baptist church officiating. Burial was in Jordan Mutual cemetery, Waterford. Mrs. Louis DeLuca- Services for Mrs. Michelina Nardella DeLuca, 73, of .1537 Park avenue, widow of -Louis DeLuca, who died Tuesday, take place tomorrow at 8 a.m.

in the Louis A. Abriola and Son funeral home, 426 East Washington avenue, and at 9 o'clock" in Holy Rosary church with a requiem Mass. Burial will be 'n St. Michael's cemetery. The Third Order of St.

Francis society of Holy Rosary, church will recite the Rosary at 3 p.m. in the funeral home. Mrs. Robert M. Eames Private services for Mrs.

Anna Bradshaw Hubbs Eames, 86, of 122 Overhill road, Fairfield, widow of Robert Milo Eames, who died yesterday in her home, will take place Friday in her home with the Rev. Dr. Francis X. Cheney, rector of Trinity Episcopal church, Southport, officiating. Burial will be in Mountain Grove cemetery.

The Wiimot, West and Goulding funeral home, 1209 Post Fairfield, is in charge of arrangements. Born in Jonesville, N. Mrs. Eames attended Union Classical Institute in Schenectady, N. efore moving to this area in 909.

She was a member of Trin- Amerigo C. Grato Services 73, of. 257 Jane street, who died Monday, took place today in Holy Rosary church with av requiem Mass. Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery.

The celebrant of the Mass was the Rev. -Ralph Esposito, who also read the committal." Beare rs wer al v'atore and Patrick DiNardo, Vincent: Forte, Michael Savino, Francis Wargo and Eric Travers. John Scuza Services for John Souza, 72, of 699 Fairview avenue, who died yesterday, will fake place Sal- irday at 8 a.m. in the Parentc- -auro funeral home, 559 avenue, and at 9 o'clock in Our Lady of Fatima church with a solemn high requiem Mass. Burial will be in St.

Michael's cemetery. Mr. Souza was born in Cap- pelas, Portugal, and had been a resident of Bridgeport 30 years. He was a self-employed, mason. Survivors are his wife, Mrs.

i i Botelho a seven sons, Souza, John Souza, and Dimas Souza, all of Bridgeport, Anlonio Souza of New Hampshire, Alvaro Souza of California, Frank Souza of Easlon, and Dad Souza of Fairfield; ughters, Mrs. Isabelle dera Fall River. Mrs. Hilda argrove and Mrs. Ida Hackelt, Monroe, and Mrs.

Lorine Meeks of Norwalk; others, Manuel Souza and Cars Souza, both of Portugal; a ster," Angelina Poulo of rovidence, R.I., 41 en; five great-grandchildren, id several nieces and nephews. Mrs. George M. White Services for Mrs. Gertrude M.

While, 72, of 294 Huntinglon road, Stratford, widow of George W. White, who died Monday, took place today in the Stratford funeral home of Dennis and D'Arcy with the Rev. Arthur Ted- caslle, pastor of the Stratford Methodist church, officiating. Burial was in Evergreen cemetery, Watcrtown, be St. Michael's cemetery, Stratford.

Mr. Pelito, a native of Troia, SERVICES SATURDAY FOR D. COLONARI DEVON Services for Anthony D. Colonari, 74, of 46 Bilyard street formerly of 76 Sims street, Bridgeport, retired manager of the Huber Ice Cream company In Bridgeport, who died yesterday, will take place Saturday at 15 a.m. in the Lieberum, Heapy and Doylti funeral home, 504 Fairfield avenue, Bridgeport, and at 9 o'clock in St.

George's church with a solemn high requiem Mass. Burial will be in St. Michael's terv, Stratford, Mr. Colonari, a native of Bridgeport, was employed by the Huber Ice Cream company 43 years, and was the manager ol the Huber fee Cream division of the Borden's Mitchell Ddrj company when he retired six years ago. The division is now Borden's Ice Cream.

DEATH NOTICES Mcimoi-in tun 5, iH7. ROM A. Fex, wMow a Henry MtBrkw, lormtrly iA Funeral evicts Mrs. Joseph Kraynak Services for Mrs. Anna Mudrick Kraynak; of 628 Maple widow of Joseph Kraynak, who died-" place today in St.

John, the tist Byzantine church with -the Right Rev. Thomas polinay officiating. Burial was in St. John's cemetery, Stratford. The of the Mass'was the Very Rev.

Thomas Dolinay who also read the committal. Bearers, all grandsons, were Richard Marion Bo nassar. Joseph Lesinsky, Joseph and Michael Kraynak and. Ed ward Demovich. Mrs.

Henry McBride Services for Mrs. Rose A. Fox flcBride, formerly of 99 Wes street, widow of Henry tfcBride, who died Tuesday, wii place tomorrow at 8:30 a.m the Mullins and P.edgale fu neral home, 1297 Park avenue and at 9 o'clock in St. Augus ine's cathedral with a requiem Mass. Burial will be in St.

Mi chad's cemetery. JEWELRY STOLEN iBurglars entered tile home of Mrs. Angelina Colonese, North avenue, yesterday stole a quantity of jswetry. The 164S and termined. of entry was not de- ASME UNIT TO MEET WITH WOMEN'S GROUP The American Society of Mechanical Engineers has scheduled a joint dinner meeting with the Society of Women Engineers Sepl 19 at 6:30 p.m.

in the Pitney Bowes, Stamford. Speakers will Include Dr, G. Croft, B. B. Beeken, E.

A. DiPas quantonio and R. F. O'Keefe, al members of the Applied Research department of Pitney Bowes. Reservations must be made by Sept.

15 with Henry B. Drake, Jr. of Bridgeport; Thomas Ri Rounds, of Danbury; Robert Rob- of Norwalk, or Burton Gar rcl, of Stamford. ty church, the Fairfield Beach club and the Bridgeport YWCA, of which she served as president rom 1928 to 1933. Survivors are a daughter, Charles D.

Coxe; a grandson and three granddaughters. Mrs. Edward F. Eberhard Services will be' conducted Saturday for Mrs. Lillian Flora Goulding Eberhard, of 111.

Chestnut street, widow of Edward F. Eberhard, who died yesterday in rairlawn hospital, Worcester, where she was taken after being stricken ill while visiting relatives. The services willi be conducted at 11 a.m. in the Morrison funeral horn-, and in Christ Episcopal Leicester, Mass. Cremation will be at the convenience of the family.

Mrs. Eberhard was a lifelong resident of Bridgeport. She was a graduate of Bridgeport high school and a member of St, George's Episcopal church. Survivors are a son, Elliott G. Eberhard of Fort Lee, N.J., two daughters, Mrs.

Ethel Keily of Bridgeport, with whom she James Mendelsohn James Mendelsohn, 72, of 56 Kossuth street, 'died yesterda; in Rocky Hill Veterans hospital Services will take place tomor row at 9 a.m. in the A. L. Gree funeral home, 927 Grand stree wilh the Rev. Nathan Bokqv off elating.

Burial will be in Adat Israel cemetery, Fairfield. A native of Lithuania, Mi Mendelsohn had lived in Bridgi port 25 years. He was a forrne employe of Bridgeport tiospil and was a member of the 'Jewis War Veterans, post 88. Survivors''are his: wife, Mr Frieda Melliti Mendelsohn; an a sister, Mrs. Mary Jacobson Bridgeport.

Edmund Paleskl Services for Edmund Palesk 42, of 138 Willow street, who die Monday, took place today, in Michael the Archangel chiirc with a requiem Mass. Burial wa In St. Michael's cemetery. The celebrant of the Ma: was the Rev. Andrew Skib who also read thfc committal.

Bearers were Robert Leonard Palceski, John Ricke and Adam Sidor. Enrico Pinto Services for Enrico Pinto, 6 ot 1 Edwin street, who died ye terday in Bridgeport hospit. will take place Saturday at 8: a.m. in the A.G. Baker funer home, 1888 Stratford avenue, at 9 o'clock in St.

John's Byza tine Catholic church. Burial be in St Michael's cemetery. Mr. Pinto was employed the Balogh Manufacturing co: Theodore Frank BROOKFIELD Services for Theodore Frank, 75, of 12 Lakeshore drive, a retired organizer for the Baker and Confectioner's union in New York City for 30 years, who died Monday, will take place Friday at 10 in the John C. Freeland funeral home, 91 West street, Danbury.

i a will be in St. Peter's cemelery, Danbury. Mr. Frank was born in Germany, made his summer home in Brookfield for eight years, and lived here permanently lor the past two years. Survivors are his wife, Mrs.

Albertine Prodst Frank; two sons, Theodore Frank of Johnstown, N.Y., and William Frank of Brookfield; a daughter, Mrs. Belly Miller of Brookfield; 12 grandchildren, and two great- grandchildren. province of Foggi, Italy, had resided in Ihe Bridgeport area 53 He was a self-employed jutcher. Survivors are five sisters, Mrs. Concetta Fillipilli of Niagara Falls, N.Y., Mrs.

Lena Adams of Italy, Mrs. Mary Pace, Mrs. Ann Scinto and Mrs. Angelina a a of Bridgeport; and several nieces and nephews. Charles M.

Mudre TRUMBULL Services for I ol IrJO o.m. ef MuUlm held on In the funerol Redgte, 1397 Park avenue ot 9 a.m. St. AuauiHrte's cathedral with requiem Mot) Interment 3o St. Michael cemitery.

Friends may call Thursday 35 4 7-9 p.m. MENDELSQHN-ln Rocky HIM Sept. 4, 1967. Jamei Mendelsohn ol 564 Koiiuth Street, will ot the A. Gretn (uneral home, 927 Grand Slreet Friday at 9 a.m.

Interment In Adoth Israel FolrfWd. PEARSON-- In New Canaan, Conn. Merv- clay, Sept. 4, T. Talmadoe Pear' son, husband of Pearson of Ml Valley road.

New Canaon. funeral services will take on Wednesday, Sepl. 6, (n New Canaan. Interment at Ihe convenience of Ihe family. PETITO-tn Ihli city Sept.

7, 1967. Jov- eah Pellto, 256 Edljon Trumbull, beloved brother of Mrs. Concetto FJI1I- sUll, Mrs. Lena Adama, Mrs. Mary Pace, Mn.

Ann and An- Mrs. Sigmund Slarcheski Services' for Mrs. Helen Gibons Starcheski, 54, of 830 State reel, widow of Sigmund Star- heski, who died yesterday in eanette hospital, Jeanette, ill take place Friday at 8:30 m. in the Charles Zabielski meral home, 1228 Prospect ave- ue, Scranton, and at 9 clock in Eulalia's church Ith-a requiem Mass. Burial will in St.

Catherine's cemetery, oscow, Pa. Mrs. Starcheski's hOsband died this cily Aug. 14. The Godfrey and Conway fun- Washington ave- ue, is in 'charge of local ar- angements.

Mrs. Starcheski was born in )hio and had been a Bridgeport esident 20'years. Survivors are two daughters, Jrs. Ann Jeanette Christiansen, Bridgeport, and Jane ilkowski, of Elmhurst.iPa. Mrs.

John Ifalloran MILFORD Mrs. Eva Marie Halloran, 53, formerly of this city, died Tuesday in West Haven Veterans Administration hospital. The widow of John Halloran, she was a private in the WACs during World War 11. Services will take place Saturday at 8:30 a.m. in the Cody- White funeral home, 107 Broad street and at 9 o'clock in St.

Gabriel's church with a solemn requiem Mass. Burial will be in Arlington Nalional cemelery, Virginia. A native of Manchester, N. Mrs. Halloran had resided in Milford 15 years.

"She was a member of John Coleman Prince post 9, American Legion of New London. Survivors.are her mother, Mrs. Sophronie Bolduc, of Manchester; a brother, John Greenfield, two sislers, Mrs. Edmond Desmarais and Mrs. "Lionel Duval, of Manchester; and several nieces and nephews.

Wells H. Barnett, Jr. NEW CANAAN--Services for Well" TT TM Charles Joseph Mudre, 67, of While Plains road, who died Monday, took place today In St. John Ncpomucene church, Bridgeport with a solemn requiem Mass. Burial was in St.

John's Greek Calholic cemetery. The celebrant of the Mass was the Rev. Raymond S. Pcolka, who also read the committal. Bearers were George Mason, Glenn Mudre, and Joseph, Richard, Frank and William Dlugos.

Thomas (Howie) Rlckel TRUMBULL Services Thomas (Howie) Rickel, 89, of 1368 Hunlington turnpike, a re- restaurant owner, who died Tuesday in the Pineview Convalescent hospital, Monroe, will take place Friday at 15 a.m. in the Trumbull funeral home ol Cyril F. Mullins, 399 White Plains road, and at 10 o'clock in St Catherine of Siena church with a requiem Mass. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery, Stratford He was an Army veteran World War a member of the Lions club of Stamford, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the Quarter Century club of the Borden company, St.

George's Holy )ame society, and the Council ol Catholic Men. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Mary Brown Colonari of Devon, two daughters, Mrs. J. Edward Atkinson of Devon and Mrs.

John Slraka of Fatrfield; two sisters, Mrs. Pacifico Colcllo and Miss Josephine Colonari, both of Bridgeport; two grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews DEATH NOTICES IAKER-- Ui IMi city Sepl. Edllh Stoe.cke.rl, widow ol James Baker, ol Main Slreet, Funeral services wilt be held at Calvary Episcopal Church, Summit and Main Sts. on Friday, Sept. Bfhj at IQ a.m.

fnferment In Lawncrod cemetery, Friends may call at George P. Potter Son's funeral rton Petfto end Mrs. Julia Pellto. Friends ore Invited to oliend the funeral from the S. Spodocclna funeral home, 499 Washington Avenue, on Saturday, Sepl.

ot 9 o.m,, and from St. lereia's Church at 10 a.m., with Mon of requiem. Infer menl In Michael's cemetery. Fdendi moy call Thursday 7 to 9 p.m.; Friday 3 to 5 and 7 lo 9 p.m. PFRIEM-ln this city Sept, 1M7.

Frances M. ptrltm, beloved wife of John Plrlem of Way, Bpt. runerol lervkfi will be held from Wiimot, Weu Coutdlng funeral home, 1109 Poil Road. FalrlleW Friday at o.m. and al St.

Ann's Church with a requiem at 9 a.m. Interment In Si. Michael's cemetery. Friends may coll Thursday 3-5 oivl 7-9 p.m. thli city, sept, 6, Enrico Pinto, age iA yeori, hijsborxl of Anna Pinto, of Edwin SI.

Friends moy attend Ihe funtrol from ihe C. SoVer (uneral home, 1868 SlraHord Ave. (op- iUe CUy Trust Bank) on Sept. al 8:30 a.m. at 9 a.m.

from St. John's Byianllne ColhQtlc church, 717 A relic SI. Inlerment 1n St. Mtctiael's cenwrefy. Colling houti Thursday 7-9 p.m.

Friday 3-5 7-9 p.m. RICKEL-- In Monrot, Conn. Sept. 5, 1967, Thomas (Howie) Rlckel ol IM Hunt- Inglon turnplVe, Nichols. Friends are Invited to alfend the funeral on Friday ot o.m.

In Cyril F. Mulllns luneral home, P1a1ni road, at Exit Merrill Pkwy. ai 10 a.m. In 5t, Cothfrlne'i church wltrt requiem high Mcis. Inlerment In St.

Michael's cemetery. Friends mcy call Thursday 7-7 p.m. SHAKA1U-- In this city, Sept. Georae S. beloved husband of Sofia Wailu Shanaiu of 315 Kormon Funeral services will held DR.

LOUIS ZUCKER home, 880 Falrfleld Ave: on Thursday allernoon and evening from 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. It Is requested Itial flowers be omlHed and- cenlrJbullons In Mrs. BcVtr's name be to Calvary Epli- copal Church, S10 Summit Street, BrldBeporl- BONNELL-- In Huntlngton, Conn. Sepl. 1967.

-Howard R. Bonnell, huiband oE Naomi Sptxia Bonneffe of 495 rood, HunKnglon, Conn. Frlendi are Invited to aUervd thft Friday at a.m.- at Ihe Stratford funeral home of Dennis D'Arcy, 3611 itreet end at o.m. at Si. Catherine's of Stena church, NtcHalai, wlfft a re- qutem Mm.

Interment In Nichols Oscar Stormfelt Services for Mrs. Frances Eliz- heth Harvey Stormfelt, 63, wife Oscar Stormfelt, of 163 Cornwall streel, Stratford, who died Monday, took- place today in the i. G. Baker funeral home. The (ev.

Edward C. Morgan, reclor St. Paul's Episcopal church, fficiated. Burial was in Park emetery. Vincent T.

Sullivan Services for Vincent T. Sullian, of Melbourne, former- of Margherila lawn, Stratford, vho died Tuesday in Florida, rill lake a Saturday 8:15 a.m. in the Cyril F. Mullins Trumbull funeral home, 99 White Plains road; and at o'clock in St. Catherine of Siena ihurch, Trumbull, with a solemn equiem Mass.

Burial will be in Michael's cemetery. John Tucker Services for John Tucker, of 356 Trumbull avenue, who died Tuesday, will place tomorrow in the M. McDonald Isaac uneral home, 985 Slratford avenue. The Rev. Reuben E.

Wil iams will officiale. Burial will be in Lakeview cemetery. Mr. Tucker was born in Atlanta, and had been a resi- dent.of Bridgeport 15 years. He was employed at Ihe Avco Lycoming division.

He was an Army veteran of World War and a member of Ihe Colonel Charles Young post 140, American Legion. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. a i daughters, Patricia Tucker and Kay Tucker, both of Bridgeport; his mother, Mrs. Mary H. Barnelt, 50, of I32C Heritage Hill road, who died Tuesday in Yale New Haen hospital, will take place Friday at 3 p.m.

in the Franklin Hoyt funeral home, 199 Main street, with the Rev. Harrison Davis, minister of Ihe New Canaan Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Mrs. James H.

Mangles NEW MfLFORD Services for Mrs. Genevieve Cooper Mangles, 73, wife of James E. Mangles, of 12 Good Hill road, who died Wednesday, will take place Saturday at 8:30 a.m. in the Lillis funeral home, 58 Bridge street, and at 9 o'clock in St. Francis Xavier church.

Burial will be in St. Francis cemetery. Mrs. Mangles was born in Brooklyn, and had been a res- idend of the New Milford a a several years. She was graduated from the Brooklyn schools and St.

Francis academy of Brooklyn. Survivors, in addition lo her husband, are a son, Dr. James H. Mangles Jr. of Kent; a daugh- ler, Mrs.

James F. Mulligan of Summit, N. a brother, Gilbert Cooper of Bantam; three sisters, Mrs. Harmon Yaffa of Newtown, Dorwin Wood of Yonkers, and Mrs. E.

J. Tiner of San Antonio Tex. and grandchildren. Mrs. Martin Mannlon NEW MILFORD Services for Mrs.

Emily Mclaughlin Mannion, 74, widow of S. Martin Mannion, of 59-B Park Lane road, who died Wednesday, will lake place Friday at 8:30 a.m. in the Lillis funeral home, 5S Bridge street, and at 9 o'clock in St. Francis Xavier church. Burial will be in St.

Francis DIES ftT AGE 76 Dr. Louis Zucker, 76, of 46 Wainiro street, New York city, a retired'optometrist, died yesterday in Abbet Manor Convalescent hospital. Services wiJl take place tomorrow at 11 a.m. in the A.L. Green funeral home, 927 Grand street with Rabbi Sanford Hahn, of Congregation Kodeph Sholom, officiating.

Burial will he in Mt. Carmel cemelery, New York. A' native of New York, Dr. Zucker had resided in the Bridgeport area several months. Survivors are two sons, Jonas Zucker of Fairfield and Dr.

Allyn Zudcer of Brooklyn, N.Y.; two daughters, Mrs. Ethel Sleinman of Livingston Manor, N.Y. and Mrs. Selma Holmes, of St. Joseph, Mich; three brothers, Harry, Abraham and Morris Zucker nad three sisters; Mrs.

Rosalie Freidman, Miss Betty Zucker and Mrs. Mollie Auebach 1 all of Newi York city. illage cemetery. Ff tends may cal Thursday p.m. 1-9 p.m.

In lieu ol flowers, may be made ta Eye Research Foundation, 3 Gaylord Woterbury, Conn. BROSE-ln trtt city sept, 1747. Jos eph firose of 215 William Street, Brldge- pojf. Friends are (nvlled to attend the luneral from the Holmei. funeral home Laniford, Penn.

-on Friday Sept. 4 IW of U30 p.m. and In St. John's Slovak Lutheran Church at 2 p.m. with the Rev.

Kovachik, officiating. Local arrangements Cn charge at H. Lawrence A. Spodntcfc funeral home, interment In St. John's cemetery, Sum- mi! Hllf, Perm.

BROWN-- Suddenly In (hit city Sept. 4, 1967, be roved husband of Brunette Brown, 1174 Barnum Friends are Invited lo attend the funeral" on Frrooy of 1 p-m. Ihft Jomei F. Morten funeral home, 2S Currfer Street, corner Smith- Rev. A.

C. Bass, Pastor of Mt. Aerie Baptist Church, will officiate, (nfermenf (n Pork cemetery. Friends moy call on Thursday at 1 p.m. at St.

Dlmllrl'5 Romanian Orthodox church, Clinton ovenue, Ihe Rev, Slephan Feica, pastor. oHkloting, Interment In LoXevlew ceme- lery. FrJenrif may coll al the residence ol Frank Polke Son, IMS Falrfleld avenue, car. HoncocJt on Wed. 2-5 7-10 THsooon services will be held Wed.

at 8 p.m. In the funeral home. SMITH-ln (Ms clfy, Sept. 5, Hubert R. Smith, husband of Susie M.

Smith ol 1830 East Main slreel. Services will be fieW In (fie -Albert W. 5pear (uaernl home, 1222 Folrfleld avenue on Thursday, Sept. 7th at 1. Inlerment In Ml.

Grove cemetery. Friends may- call Wednesday evening from 7-9. SOJZA-- In IhU city, Sept. 6, 1967, John Souia, beloved husband of Mrs. siv horlnha Bofelho Souia ol 699 Fairview avenue, lalher of Joseph, Antonio, John, Alvaro, FronV, Oowtd, ond Dlmas Souio, Mrs.

Isabelle Mederq, Mrs. Hilda Mrs. Lorraine Meeds and Mrs. Ida Hockett, brother of Manuel ond Carlos Souia onrf Mrs. Angelina Poulo.

Friends ore Invited, to attend ffie funeral on Saturday morning at 8 trom the Parenle-Laura funeral home, 557 Washington avenue, and at 9 o.m. In Our Lady of Faflrna church with, a htBh Moss of requiem. Inlerment In St, Michael's cemetery. Friends may call Thursday from 7-9 p.m. Friday from 3-5 7-9 p.m.

SULLIVAN-- In Melbourne, Florida, Sept. 5, 1767. Vincent Sullivan, beloved husband of Ann McCormtck Sullivan, formerly of Margrterlta Lawn, Stratford. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral on Saturday, Sept. 9 at 8:15 a.m.

ond from the Cyril Mulllns Trumbull funeral home, Whffe Plains Roo Thursday from 1-4 and o-9. CALIA--In thti city Sept. 6, 1967. PauL Calla, "ft. Lves Court, beloved husband of 'Amelia Pcrlnl Co Ho, beloved father of Charles orvd Emit rrlendi ore InvLled to all end the funeral from Ihe S.

SpodaccLno funerol home, 499 Washington Avenue, on Saturday, Sep). 9th at 9 a.m., end Irom St. Raphael's Church ok 10 a.m., a Mass ol requiem. Interment In St. Michael's cemelery.

Friends may call Thursda- 7 to 9 p.m.. Friday 3 to 5 and 7 to p.m. COLONARI--In Mlllord, Conn. Sept. 6 1S47.

Anthony. D. Coloriorl. husband of Mary Brown Mary ilreel, Rood, nd at 200 PERSONS ATTEND JAMES DUNN FUNERAL SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) The body of James Dunn, Oscar-winning motion picture actor, has been cremated and the ashes al sea.

Dunn, 61, died last Saturday following a long illness and ob- dominal surgery. A funeral drew 200 persons, including actors Robert Young and Jackie Cooga to a Santa Monica mortuary Wednesday. Thr- survivors include the widow, Edna, and a stepson, William Pick. Dunn received an Academy Award in I94S for his supporting role in "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn." He appeared in more than 50 films. Devon, formerly 76 Slmi street, Bpt.

Friends ore IJT- vned to attend the on Salur day ot 8:15 a.m. from "the Lieberum Keaphy Doyle funeral home, MM, Falrfleld ovenue (between Pork Ircnlstan) 'and -In St. George's church at 9 a.m. with a solemn requiem Mats. Interment In St.

Michael's cemetery. Friends may call Thursday 7-9 p.m., Friday 7-9 p.m. DeLUCA-ln this city, Sept. 5, 1947. Michelina Nardella OeLuca, wife of the Loyl DeLuca of I5J7 ParX formerly of 148 Hamilton be raved mother of Mrs.

Virginia ScTnlo, Mrs. Anno MolsHo, Mn. PJiyWi Co1olo Mrs. Josephine MoreHl and Mrs. Matilda R1 sells.

Friends are Invited to olltnd Ihe fynerol services Friday, Sept. at a.n froi Louli Abrlota.8, Son funeral home, 426 East Washington avenue and ot 9 n.rn. in Holy Rosary church with a requiem Mast. Interment In St. Michael's ceme- lery.

Frtendi may coll Wednesday 7-9 p.m. Thursday 2-5 8, 7-9 p.m. EAMES-m Falrfleld 6, 1967. Mrs. Anna Bradshaw Hubbs Earner, oge ol 122 Oyerhll! Rood, SouthporT, beloved at Exit 50, Parkway, and at 9 a.m.

with a reaulem high Mass ot St. Cathertne of sienna tnfer- menl In St. Michael's cemetery- Friends may call Friday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. TUCKER--In this city, 'Sept. TM7.

John Tucker, husband or Mrs. Catherine Tucker 356 Trumbull avenue, Funerol services will held from the funeral, home of McOonald Isoac 935 Slratford avenue on Friday, Sepl. 8 at I p.m. Rev. Reuben E.

Williams, will officiate. Interment will be In LaVevlew cemelery. Friends may caH Triuriday from 6-9. p.m. VISSAR--In this city, IM7.

EftJm Vlssor 84 Wood avenue, Friends are Invited to otienri. the funeral from the funeral residence of Frank Polke Sor, 1S46 Folrflefd avenue, cor. Hancock, on Sat. at 1:30 p.m. at St.

George's Albanian Orthodox church ot 2 p.m. Rev. Stephen Barham, pastori officiating. Interment Jn Lakeview cemelery. Friends may call Thursday p.m.

Friday 3-10 p.m. Trltaglon services will be held Thursday Friday JJ p.m. WHITE--in this clry Sepl. 4, 1967. Gertrude Meloy White, wTdaw of George W.

While of 294 Kunlinglcn Rood, Strot- ford. Funerol services will be hW on Thursday at 2 p.m. from the Stratford funeral home of Dennis 4 D'Arcy, 2411 Main Street, inlerriient In Evergreen cemetery, Watertown, Conn. may call Wednesday 3 anl p.m. ZUCKER-In Afebef Manor Sept.

6, Dr. Louis Zucker, formerly of 46 Warwick Avenue, Falrtleld. wlU hefd et the A. L. Green funeral home, 937 Grand Slreet Friday at a.m.

He Is survived by grartdcMFtfrm. In- ferment In Carmsi cemefery. New York. Deaths in Nation THOMAS W. YOUNG NORFOLK, Va.

(AP) -Thomas W. Young, 58, one of the nation's leading Negroi publishers, died of a heart at-! Wednesday. Young had fought continually for civil rights, in person and in the editorial and news columns of his paper, The Journal and Guide. Tucke of Los Angeles; two brothers, Edward Tucker of Long Island and Gordon Tucker of Los Angeles; a sister, Miss Laura Tucker of New York city, and several nieces and nephews. Eftiin-Vissar Services for, EfUrn Vissar, 85, of 847 Wood avenue, a retired grocer, who died Wednesday, will take place Saturday at 1:30 p.m.

cemelery. Mrs. Mannion was born in Northern Ireland' and lived in the Bridgeport-Stralford area 3G years moving to Scranton, Pa. She moved from Scrantbn to New Milford eight years ago. Survivors are two sons, Robert J.

Lynch, of New Canaan and Martin T. Mannion of Madison; a daughter, Mrs, Robert Morris of Warren; a sister, Mrs ROBERT M. CALAME OMAHA, Neb. (AP) Robert M. Catame, 53, one of the co- writers of orchestra leader Lawrence Welk's theme song, "Bubbles in the died Tuesday.

Calame, a cab driver who formerly was an orchestra leader, worked with Welk and Frank Loesser lo write the song in the late 1930s. WILLIAM FRANCIS GIBBS NEW YORK (AP) William Francis Gibbs, 81, founder and president of an engineering firm that designed warships for both world wars, died Wednesday after a long illness. His firm, Gibbs Cox, designed the SS United States, world's fastest ocean 1'ner. Friday ol the convenience of the family, VJMmoI, West 8. Gould Ing, 1209 park Road, Fnlrlleld, art 1fl charge of ar- rarvgenienli.

Interment In Mountain Grovs cemetery. There will be no coll- Inn hours. Kindly omll bul Ihose desiring, may rrwfce contributions to the PJanned Parenthood League, 1067 Park Avenue, Bridgeport. EDWARDS--In Falrfleld Sept. 4, T967.

Louis R. Edwordi husband of Bessie O'Brien Edwards of 583 Tottsome Road, tn his 91st year. Services will be held ot the (uneral home ol Henry E. Bishop A Son, 1139 FafrfleM Avenue on Thursaxjy ol 2 p.m. Interment In Mountain Grove cemetery.

Friends moy call 2-4 onS 7-9 p.m. In lieu flowers, contributions may be made lo the Heart Fund. GEER--in this city, Sept. 6, 1967. Fred-! erkk H.

Geer, beloved husband of Albino Disco Geer ol 404 Atlantic Bpf. Friends ore Invited to attend 1he' funerol on Sat, at a.m. from the Lieberum, Heophy Doyle furveral home, Fafrffeld Ave. (between Park 6 Iranlitan) t. In St.

George's R.C. church ot 10:15 a-m. with a solemn requiem Mass. Interment In f. W(- chad's cemetery.

Friends may call FrkJoy 3-S 7-9 p.m, HALLORAH--In West Haven Veterans hospital Sept. 5, 1967. Eva Marie Mar- coltt Halloran, widow of John HaHoron, formerly of MIIFord. Services will be heW al me Cody-Wtilre funeral home, 107 Brood Street, Mlltord Saturday al 8:30 O.nv with a requiem high Moss at SI. Gabriel's Church al 9 a.m.

In- lerment In Arllngfon National cemelery- Frlends may call Friday and p.m. MANGLES--M New Mlltord, Ccrm. Sepl. 6, 1J6J. Mrs.

Genevleve Cooper Mangles, 73, wife of James H. Mangles, Sr. of 12 Goodwill rood, Ntvt Mllford. tieral services from the Lillis funeral home, 58 Bridge street, Ntw Mllforrf, Sot, ol 8:30 o.m, ihen to St. Froncls Xavier churcti ot 9 a.m.

Interment In St. Froncls cemetery, New Mtlferd. Friends may call Friday 3-5 after 7 p.m. MANNION--In New MIHord, Conn. Sept.

1W7. Mrs. Emlty McLbughlln Mannion, 14, widow of S. Marlln Mannion, ol Lone rood. New Milford.

Fuiwrof will be held FrWay ot 8:30 a.m. from Ihe LI1IU funeral home, 51 Bridge- streel, New Milford end Jo 51. FroncJi Xavier church of 9 o.m, interment In St. Francis cemetery, New Mflford. miy coll at the furwrol fcomt Thursday 3-5 7-f p.m.

IN.MEMORIUM (n roving memory of-mother MS Wh 0 1 awo 7 Sadly missed and always- lovingly remembered by daughter. Julia Beotty. IN MEMORIAM In (ovfng memory of Mother Francfs RObiriion, who passed away Sept, 7, I94A. Sadly missed ond always lovlrialy i. py Julia Bealty.

No Obligation Wt ttmc jog OB cmfery rairmoaummt thottid be tenncolie via UK Their ii obiigltioB what. Hrar. We qxoio ia 1WO STRATFORD AVI BPT, COKM. 33J-70J7.

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