i BRIDGEPORT. POST ;'. Monday, Dec. l.fl, 1974 fflCOYNE RITES i ON WEDNESDAY OBITUARIES Mrs. Patrick Arklson Services for Mrs, Helena Dion Arkison, 85, of 828 Robeson street, Fall River, Mass., widow of Patrick A. Arklson, who died yesterday in Dinan Memorial center, will take place Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. in the John Coughlin funeral home, 303 Locust street. Fall River, and at 9 o'clock in the Holy Name church. Burial will be in St. Patrick's cemetery, Fall River. The O'Connor and Lapman funeral home, 515 Washington avenue, is in charge of local arrangements. Bora in Fall River, Mrs. Arkison moved to Bridgeport six months ago. Survivors ski, who died Saturday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ml' chael Duch, 133 Porter' street, Stratford, where she resided, will take place tomorrow at 8:15 a.m. in the A. W. Samorajczyk and Son funeral home, 740 Kossuth street, and at 9 o'clock in Si Michael the Archangel church Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. The Rosary will be recited tonight at 7:15 o'clock in the funeral home. . Born in Poland, M r s . Dzicsinski had been, a Stratford resident 55 years.; She was. a member of the SI. 'Francis society, Group 453. died Friday, took place today in .he Dennis and D'Arcy funeral home, Stratford. The Rev. Robert L, Slane, pastor of the Bcrean church, officiated. Burial was in Willowbrook cemetery, Westport. -, ' Bearers were Donald Simpson, Bruce Hay, Leonard Bcvan, Jr., Calvin Walker, Joseph Hynd- rnan, and George Harrison. Howard Jennings Services for Howard Jennings, 64, of 220 Lloyd drive, Fairtield, who died Friday, took place today in the Henry E. Bishop and Son funeral home. The Rev. Howard C. Nutting, pastor of the United Congregational church, pf- ficated. Burial was in Park cemc- tcry. include two sons, former Fire Commissioner Edward J. Arkison of Bridgeport and James F. Arkison of Azusa, Cal.; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Agruz of Willoughby, 0.; two brothers, George Dion and Joseph Dion, bolh of Fall River; a sister, Mrs. John Shea of Fall River; nine grandchildren; a Mrs. Guslav W. Klein Survivors, in-addition to her Scrvices for Mrs . Anna Walz WILLIAM W. KILCOYNE, SR. Â· '. STAMFORD-- Services will he conducted Wednesday for William W. Kilcoyne, Sr., 71, of 132 Stam', ford avenue, a former assistant treasurer of the Bridgeport Brass - company 'and vice president of Linley Brothers, Inc., who died ;: Saturday, in Greenwich hospital: take place Lady Star of the Sea church. Burial will be great-grandchild; and several nieces and nephews. ' Robert Blerbaum, Sr. Services for Robert Bicrbaum, Sr., 85, of 241 Lake avenue, a retired supervisor for the Billiard company, who died yesterday in The "at 11 scrvices will a.m. in Our Â· In St. John's cemetery, Spring"- dale. v The-.Bouton and Reynolds . f u n e r a l home, 545: Bedford _;street,' is in ch'arge of arrange ments. Born In Chicago, III., Mr. Kil J, coyne -was an area resident 40 "'years. He served on the Ministry for Priests'and Religious for the tits home, take place Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. in the Shaughnessey Brothers funeral home, 50 Reef road, Fairficld, and at 9 o'clock in St. Anne's church. Burial will be in Lawncroft cemetery, Fairfield. Born Hungary, Mr. d a u g h t e r , ' include g r a n d c h i l d r e n , a n d hyo great-grandchildren. Mrs..James Ellum Services for Mrs. Hezablnda Greenhill Ellum, S4, of 347 Webster street, Stratford, widow of James Ellum, who died Friday, took' place today in St. Luke's Episcopal church. The Rev. John p. Noble, rector, officiated. Burial was in Lakcview cemetery. Bearers were James and Arthur Ellum, Edward PIckert, Myron Pociak, Vincent Joy, Walter . Bayerle, and Thomas and Richard Russ. Mrs. Hugo Fischer Services tor-Mrs. Louise Fischer, 08, of 111 "Elmwoad place, widow of Hugo Fischer, who died Saturday in St. Vincent's hospi- ..Diocese of Bridgeport. '-' Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Llewellyn Bernhard Kil- ~coyne of Stamford; six sons, "'William W. Kilcoyne, Jr., Peter i M. Ryan, Hugh C. Ryan, Kevin -J. Ryan and David L: Ryan, all of Â· -Stamford, and Capt. James R. Â·-'.'Kilcoyne of.- Fort Mcade, Md.; six daughters, Mrs. John O'Mara of Hicksvillc, N.Y., Mrs. Â·'''John McSherry of Riverside, M r s . - W . Patrick McGrafh of --.. Germany, Mrs. : C. Russell Bughman, Mrs. T h o m a s -Â·Â·Sweeney and Miss Shelagh :.! ; Ryan, all of Stamford;'. a :'brother, Vincent A. Kilcoyne pf Ocoee, Fla.; and IS grandchildren. Bierbaum lived in the area for 60 years. He was a member ,of St. Anne's Holy Name society, the Bullard Quarter-Century club, and the B u l l a r d Supervisors' club. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Janny Bierbaum of Bridgeport; a son, Robert Bierbaitm. Jr.,' of Fairfield; a daughter, Mrs. Martha Dedrick of Stratford; two brothers, Anthony Bierbaum of- Cape Coral, Fla., and Michael Bierbaum of West Germany; two sisters, Mrs. Martha Gall of Palm tal, will at 2 take place tomor- p.m. in the Albert W. Spear. funeral home, 1222 Fairfield avenue, with the Rev. Howard C. Nutting, pastor of the United Congregational church, officiating!' Burial will be in Klein, 82, of 41 Putnam street, widow of Gustav W. Klein, who died Saturday in Milford hospital, will take pace tomorrow in the Dennis and D'Arcy funeral home, 1046 Fairfield avenue, with the Rev. Herbert 0. Hrdlicka, pastor of the First English Lutheran: church, officiating. Burial will be in Cedar Hill cemetery, Wethersfield. David E. Kloster Services for David E. Kloster, 67, of 49 Beverly road, Glen Rock, N.J., a former resident of Fairfield; who died Friday in Valley " hospital, Ridgewood, N.J., will lake place tomorrow at 1 p.m. in the Lieberum, Heaphy and Doyle funeral home, 804 Fairfield avenue, will- the Rev. William W. Sullivan, pastor of the Second Baptist church, of- ficating. Burial will be in St. Michael's 'cemetery. , ace, Stratford, who died Friday, took "place today in St. James church, Stratford. Burial was in Union cemetery. Stratford, i Bearers were Kenneth Clark, Donald Pefillo, Donald Cox, Hugo Heyse, Randy Dressier and David Ryan. The Rev. Raymond Pcolka was the celebrant of the MasÂ» and read the committal. ' Mrs. Stefan Sckelsky Services for Mrs. Veronica P. Mojcher Sekelsky, 73, of 115 Bell street, widow of S t e f a n Sekelsky, who died Friday, took place today in St. John Nepomu- cene church, Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery. The Rev. Robert Maty was the celebrant of the Mass and read the committal. Bearers were Joseph Vojtek, John Betko, John Mojcher, Jo- the Edward F. Adzima funeral home, 253 Elizabeth street, and at 9 o'clock In St. Michael's church. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. ; Â·Â·. Born in ,Bridgeport;', iMrs. Wuskle had. beeri a Derby "resi- de'nt most of her life. She was a licensed practical nursr^ and. a member of St. Michael's post of the Catholic War Veterans' Ladies' .auxiliary, the "St. Michael's Rosary society, and the b e r b y - S h e l t o n S e n i . b r citizens. Survivors i n c l u d e s t w o daughters, Ferland, of Mrs. Derby, C o n r a d and -Susan seph Janega, Robert Skrutsky and Stephen Knapik. Louis Stadt Services for Louis Stdat, 77, of 40 Light street, Stratford, a retired accountant for the American Chain and -Cable company, who died yesterday in the Park Avenue Health Care center Wuskle, of Norwalk; three sisters, Sister -Rose Ann,.;ot Philadelphia, ';Pa., Sister Mary Josephine, of'Miami, Fla., and Si$ler Mary L'ou, of Sells, Ariz.; and two grandchildren. ' Mrs.-John J. Lally GREENWICH -- Services for vill at take a.m. place in the Wednesday William R. Lakeview cemetery: Born in Bridgeport, Beach,- Fla., Economy of and New Mrs. York Clara City; three' grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Thomas Brennan Services for Mrs. Adelaide Gelinas Brennan, 84, at 59 Ren- ncll stret, widow of Thomas Brennan, who died yesterday in her home, will take place Wcd- Mrs. Fischer was a lifelong resident of the area. She was a member of the United Transport union Ladies' auxiliary. Survivors are 1 a daughter, Mrs. Charles A. Schneider, with whom Mrs. Fischer resided; four granddaughters; eight g r e a t - g*r andchildren; two g r eat-great-grandchildreh; Â· a niece and two'nephews. Mrs. John Merlolti Services for Mrs.-Santina Columbo Marlotti, 85, formerly of 34 Herald avenue, and widow of John Merlotti, who died Thursday, .took place today in St. Raphael's church. Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery. The Rev. Ernest T.'Esposito was celebrant of the Mass. The Rev. Emidio 0. Gregori'read the committal. Bearers were Robert Kascak, James Capuzziello, Thomas Verdi, Philip Drew, David Basso, and James Hoiey. McDonald funeral home, 2591 Main street, Stratford, and at 10 o'clock in St. James 1 church, Stratford. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. Born in Nanticoke. Pa., Mr. Stadt jived in the area for 32 years. He was a member of St. James' Holy Name society. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Agnes Kosciolek Stadt of Stratford; a son, Joseph Stadt of Bridgeport; two daughters, Mrs. Leona Tomlinson and Miss Dorothy Stadt, both of Stratford;, a brother, Benjamin Stadt of Long Beach, Cal., two sisters, Mrs. Cecelia Chesko of Nanticoke, Pa. and Mrs. Victoria Dancewicz of West Haven; five grandchildren; three great-grandcliildren; and several niaces and nephews. Mrs. Joseph.Stone . . . Â· Services for .Mrs. Florence Broatch Stone, 87, of 75 Roger Williams street, widow of Joseph Mrs. Edna Myder Lally, 51, wife of JphnJ. : Lally, 4B Locust street, who .died'; Saturday, took place :oday' in .|f. Mary's church. Burial'was private. Mrs. David S. Coleman MILFORD -- Services - for Mrs. Mildred S. Coleman, 78, of 35 Adams avenue, widow of David S. Coleman, who died Friday, took : place today In- the Cody-White funeral home. The the First United Church of Christ Congregational, officiated. Burial was in King's Highway cemetery. 229 Corairt road, who died Friday! took place today in St. Joseph's church. Burial was in Mount St. Peter cemetery, Derby. Mrs. Robert W. Stewart WEST HARTFORD ,-- Services will be conducted Wednesday, for Mrs. Pearl V, Brewster Stewart, 77, of 10 Hitchcock rpad, South ington,. and formerly .of West Hartford, widow of Robert W. Stewart, who died yesterday' In Newj Britain General hospital. The-'services will .take place Wednesday at 8:15 a.m. in the Richard W.- Sheehari funeral home, 1084 New Britain avenue, and at 9'o'clock in St. Mark the Evangelist church. Burial will be in: Fairview cemetery. Born in East Hartford, Mrs. Stewart lived in West Hartford 30 years before moving a Southington in 1971. She was a retired employe of the town oi West Hartford. She was a member of the St. Mark's Legion of Mary" and Women's guild. Survivors are a son, George R. Stewart of Southington; two daughters, Mrs. Delos FVMoore Sr. of Southington Â· and Mrs. Charles Wilson of Fair-field; six g r a n d c h i l d r e n ; a n d t w o great-grandchildren. . ANATQLE UTVAK OF FIIlS IS DEAD PARIS (AP) -- Movie direo tor Analola Litvak died Sunday night in a Paris clinic where he had been a patient for several weeks. He was 72. A native -of Russia/ Litvak rnade his, first movie in Leningrad. In 1924 and hisi last,one in France in 1970. Among his most notable success were .the' 1934 "Mayerling" with Danielle Bar- rieux and Charles .Boyer and "The Snake Pit," in which Olivia DeHavilland starred In .1849. . Litvak left Russia in 1925, at tended dramatic school, worked as a .assistant ' director, and in 1929 made*his first feature-length film.. In 1936, after [he success of '.'Mayerling,"' he went to Hollywood and became an American citizen. During. World War II he was a member of Frank Capra's U.S. Army film unit. But after ami Tntefltnt In St. MclKHl'iMm* Itrv. Frleds may coll Sunday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. oil Mon*iy'7- P-" 1 - SAUNDERS-n'St. PelersbOrj, Florida. Dec. IS, IM. Jchn Soundtrs, beloved husband of LortllO Williams Sounders ol Plntllai Pork, Florida, formerly ot Turkey HI rood, Newtown. Friends are Invited lo ttend the funwpl on Thursday or U i.m. In the Cyril F. Molllnl Trumtwll uneral home. 3TC WhHs Plolni rod ol exit 50 Merrill Parkway. Â·v, William W. King. Inter- lewtown Village cemttery. y call on Wednesday, 3-5 -. Robert Perry M1LFORD -- Services t o o k place today, for. Rob'ert Perry, 41, of 40 Ocean avenue, who was struck and .killed early Saturday morning as he.crossed Bridge-|rangements. Mrs. David B. Allen Â· WESTPORT - Mrs. Barbara Lane -Allen, 54, wife of David B. Allen, of 11 Grove Point road, died Sunday in her home. Memorial services will take place Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Greens Farms Congregational church, with the Rev. William Bryant,- pastor, officiating. The Fable funeral home, 215 West Stale street, is in'charge of ar- the war he Â· moved back to France. Litvak was married twice His first marriage to actress Miriam Hopkins ended in d: vbrce. In 1955, . he married Sophie Steur, a Frenchwoman, who survives him. both of Westport; a daughter, Deborah Allen of Westport; a sister, Mrs. Mildred Lane Walla- hora of Westport;.a'granddaugh- ter, and several Â· nieces and nephews. John A. Forbes, Sr. .lohn A; Forbes, Sr., 56, of 6( Sorghum terrace, Stratford/died yesterday in St. Vincent's Stone, who her. home, died will yesterday in take place hospital. Services ; JOHN COEEY'S WRITES TOMORROW -".' STAMFORD -- Memorial services will take place tomorrow for . John M.'Comley, 79, of 98 Koyt f.;Jstreet, retired Connecticut Su- Â· preme Court justice and a na;.; tive of Bridgeport, who died "Saturday in a convalescent home. 1 Â· " ' T h e service will be conducted - -at'll a.m.;in St. John's Episcopal church.by the Rev. Douglas E. Theuner, rector. Burial will be in Mountain Grove cemetery, Bridgeport. _.- The Bouton and Reynolds fu- j" neral home, 545 Bedford street, . l s in charge of arrangements. - Mr. Comley was one member "-" j o f . a ' f a m i l y , distinguished for producing lawyers. Ever since j; 1883 when his" father, William V ' H. Comlby, Sr., was admitted - ' to the Connecticut bar, there has "" been a Comley practicing law in Bridgeport. -Â· ; The older Comley, himself a ': judge of the -Bridgeport City V court for two years, came to . . .America in the early 1880's from ir his native London, England, and married Lucy I. Nicholson, of --'this-city..He died in 1917. His take place , . nesday at a. time to be announced in'St. Joseph's church, Willimantic. Burial will be in St. Joseph's cemetery, Willimantic. The Larson funeral home, 2495 North avenue, is in charge of local arrangements. Born in North Windharn, Mrs. Brennan was an area resident 50 years. She was a retired em- ploye of the Warnaco company. Mrs. Brennan was.a member of the Warnaco Twenty Year club and the YMCA Golden Age club. Survivors include two sons, George M. Reade of Fairfield and Bernard E. Reade of Putney, Vt; a sister Mrs. Delima Shea of Willimantic; three grandchildren; five great-grajidchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Ralph Caragiio Services for Ralph Caragiio, 51 of-163 West Spring street, Wes Haven, a.machine operator em Wednesday at 8:30 a.'m. in the Frank M. Radozycki and Sons funeral home, 305 Pulaski street, and at 9 o'clock in St. Michael the Archangel church. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. Mr. Forbes,'a lifelong resident of Stratford, was employed with Remington* Arms for 34 years, and was supervisor of the salary section. He was a, member of he Quarter Centtiry club there. le was a U:S. Army veteran of World War 11, serving in the Counter Intelligence section. Survivors -include his wife, Mrs. Joan Wojria Forbes; a son, John A. Forbes, Jr., of Trumbull; a daughter, Mrs. Arleen Forbes Cibulski of Vacaville, ployed by - Milford Automatics Inc., who died yesterday in Mil ford hospital, take plac Mrs. Philip Michel Services for Mrs. Mary Likar Michel, 84, of 3030 Park avenue, formerly of Old Saybrook, widow of Philip Michel, who died Saturday in Bridgeport hospital, will take place tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. in the Dennis and D'Arcy funeral home, 1046 Fairfield avenue, and at 10 o'clock in St. Margaret's Shrine. Burial will be in Riverside cemetery, Old Saybrook. Born in Yugoslavia. Mrs. Michel had been, a resident here (or five years. Survivors include a son, Philip L. Michel, of Stratford; two daughters, Mrs. M a r g a r e t Briechle of West Redding, and Mrs. Elizabeth Berner of Freeport, N. Y.; nine grandchildren; and 13 great - grandchildren. Slvert Nilson Services for Sivert Nilson, 95, of 88 Homefair drive, Fairfield, who died Saturday in St. Yin Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Albert W. Spear funeral home, 1222 Fairfield avenue, with the Rev. Howard Nutting," pastor of the United Congregational church, officiating. Burial will be in Mountain Grove cemetery. Born i n Wolverhampton, England, Mrs. Stone lived in Bridgeport 62 years. She was a member of the Red Rose circle of English Foresters. Survivors are two sons, Joseph V. Stone of Little Rock, Ark., and Robert A. Stone of Strat- ord; a daughter, Mrs. Nellie rtenhart of Bridgeport; a sister, ilrs. F.thel Chilton of Cheshire, England; nine grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Calif.; his mother, Mrs. Mary Fuchs 'of ' Milford; three brothers, George Fuchs of Loa'noke, Ark., Albert Fuchs of Milford, and Thomas Fuchs ol Stratford; sister, Mrs. Theresa'Talbot of Monroe; three granddaughters, 'and several nieces arid nephews. : cent's hospital, will take place tomorrow at 11 a.m. in the Con venant Congregational church Laurel avenue and Grove street with the Rev. Dwight Carlson pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Mountain Grove cemetery. The Larson funeral horiie, 2496 North avenue, is in charge of arrangements. r port avenue in - Devon. . The funeral was conducted at 8 a.m. in the Auclair funeral home, 690 South Main street, Fall River, Mass., and at 9 o'clock in St. Patrick's church. Burial will be irt St; Patrick's cemetery. Fall Riv:r. Â· George A. Scali, Sr. NEW HAVEN -- Services for George A. Scali, Sr.', 71, of 339 Eastern street,- a retired stockman with the.Avco-Lycoming di vision of Stratford, who died Saturday in Yale-New Haven hospital, will take place tomorrow at 8:15 a.m. in the Lupoli Brothers funeral home, 576 Chapel street, and at 9-o'clock in the St. Donate church, Blatchley avenue. Burial will be in-All Saint's cemetery, North Haven. . - Born in^Meriden, Mr. Seal resided iri the New Haven area since 1940. He worked at Av.co for 20 years, retiring in 1970. He belonged to the Avco-Lycomirig Retirement club. Survivors.are the three sons Vincent J. Scali. of New Haven George A. Scali.Jr., of New Haven, and Joseph A. Scali, o Mrs. Allen, a lifelong resident of Westport, was employed at the Westport Police station. . Survivors,, in addition- to her husband, include three sons, David N. Allen of California', and Burr'S. and Jeffrey L. Allen, DEATH NOTICES ALl.EN-ln Weslporf, Die. 15, Â»;. Barbara Lflnt Allen, w|rÂ« o[ David B. Allen of II Grove Point Rd., WÂ«sl- port; Memorlat services Thursday at ft p.m. jn the Greens Farms Â· Congrega tlotiol church. 'In lieu of ffowers con trlfculton* to the Amrlcan Cancer. Soct- etyror the Greens Forms Congregation' ol church will be appreciated..Arrange' ments 6y Fobfe funeral home, 215 west State St., Westport. ^ ARKISON--In this clly Sun'aay, December 15, 19M. Helefla D. Rusiell Arklsoji, ivlfe ol the lole Polrtck .A.. Arklson of 828 Robeion slreel,. Fall''River, Mass- Frlenrfs are Invited to a!!erid..lhe funeral,at the Jotin CouaMln Funeral home, 305 Locust street. Fall River, Mass/ Oh Wednesday morning and at Holy Name Church at 9 o'clock where a Funeral Mais will be offered. Interment In St. PolrlcVs eemelery. Fall River, Mass. Friends may call Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Local arrangements by the O Connor Lopman Funeral.Home. . - Margarite E. Tomasko Services tar Miss Margarite E. Tomasko; 55, of 110 Benjamin street, Stratford, an assembler wilh the General Electric company, who died Saturday in Park City hospital, wilt take place tomorrow a,t 8:15 a.m.' in the Adzima funeral home, 591 Arctic street, and at 9 o'clock in Holy Name of Jesus church, Stratford, cemetery, Stratford. North Haven; two daughters Mrs. John A. Easl, . of. Has Haven, and Mrs. Joseph A. Gin- neti, of New Haven; two sisters, Mrs. . Salvatore Veneziano,' of Weriden, and Mrs^ Forturiato Gentile, of Hollywood, Fla.; and tour grandchildren. three sons entered the law. ..John Comley was born in Wednesday at D a.m. in the Louis A. Abriola and Son funeral home, 425 East Washington avenue, and at 10 o'clock in Holy Rosary church. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. Born in Bridgeport, Mr. Caragiio had been an area resident most of his life until moving to West Haven several years Bridgeport on July 1, 1895 and, ^Â·' like" his brothers, attended Yale .Â·Â· university and its law school, c graduating in 1920: The same ago He was a U.S. Army - . y e a r , he was admitted to prac- 'Â·. tice in Connecticut. 1 He married the former Grace : " Isab'el Aufford in 1925. Mrs. Comley died in 1933. Judge Cornley subsequently - married the former Frances E. Bruggerhol. Judge Comley was associated with the firm of Pullman and Comley from 1920 until 1924. The firm was founded by his elder brother, Arthur, onetime judge of Bridgeport City court and town counsel for Fairfield. From 1924 until 1929, he served as the reporter of judicial decisions for the State Supreme Court. In 1920, he entered the firm of Durey, Pierson and Comley in Stamford, where he practiced until his appointment to the Superior court bench in 1945. : He was appointed in April that year, to take the place on the bench vacated by his brother, veteran of World War H, serving in the African, and European campaigns. Survivors include ' his wife, Mrs. Uldine Ryan Caragiio; a daughter, Mrs. Carol Cohn, ol Weslon; live brothers, Michael Caragiio, of Bridgeport, and James Caragiio, Philip Caragiio, Anthony Caragiio, and Frank Caragiio, all of Milford; a sister, Laura Caragiio, of Milford; and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Richard H. Genz Private services for Mrs. Florence W. Genz^ 64, wife'of Richard 'H. Gem, of 107 Argonne slreet, Fairfield, who died Friday in Laurel Heights hospital, Shelton, will take place in the Larson funeral home, 2496 North avenue, with the Rev. Joseph Gatto, rector of St. John's Episcopal church, officiating. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Born in New York, Mrs. Genz had been a Fairfield resident six months. Survivors, in addition to her husband, include three cousins. Mrs. C. Henry Olson Services for Mrs. Augusta McGowan Olson, 65, yvjfe of C. Henry Olson, 443 Davidson street, who died Friday, will take place tomorrow at 2 p.m. in St. Mark's Lutheran church, 10 Jetland street.The Rev. David Yasenka, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Mountain Grove cemetery. Charles E. Wells, Sr. Services for Charles E. Wells, Sr., '52|' of 607 Bronson road, "airfield, a cabinet maker at the University of Bridgeport, who died yesterday in hospital, will take Bridgeport place Wed-. Mrs. George Piehe, Sr. Services for Mrs. Katherine D Burmeister Piche, 55, of 620 Chopsy Hill r o a d , wife of George Piche, Sr., who died Samuel G. Harl Samuel G. Hart, 64, of 9015 William state's H. Comley, attorney of formerly Fairfield county, who had retired. In 1963, he was named a State Supreme Court justice, retiring in 1966, on reaching the constitutional retitement age and assuming the status of stale referee. In addition lo private practice, Judge Comley served as an editor of the Connecticut Bar Journal from 1927 until 1935. He was a member of the American Law , Institute and numerous bar associations. Survivors are his wife, a son, John M. Comley, Jr., of Harrington, R.I.; a daughter, Mrs. Richard Phllbrick of Barrington, R.I.; a sister, Mrs. Hubert Provost of Fairficld; and five grandchildren. Mrs. Frank Cianfaglione Private services and burial for Mrs. Clara Marie Cianfaglione, S5, of Miami, Fla., widow of Frank Cianfaglione, who died Thursday in the Jackson Memorial hospital, Miami, took alace in Miami. A memorial Mass will be offered at St. Mark's church, Stratford, at the convenience of the family. Born in New York city, Mrs. Cianfaglione moved lo Florida several years ago. Survivors are a son, Dominick Cianfaglione of Stratford; two daughters, Mrs. Stella Rizzo of Hollywood, Fla., and Mrs. Anna Marie Henningson of Tucson, Ariz.; seven grandchildren; and seven preat-grandchildren. Wardell Cowan Service for, Wardell Cowan, 61, of Building 44, Apartment 203, Falher Panik village, who died Friday in Bridgeport Saturday, take place hospital, Wednesday at 1 take p.m. place in the Morton Mortuary, 25 Currier street, with Ihe Rev. William p. Kinney, pastor of Shiloh Baptist church, officiating. Burial will be in Park cemetery. Baynotte lane, Paradise Northwest, Newport, Fla., formerly of Stratford, died yesterday in Florida. Services will take place at .ime to be announced by the Stratford funeral home of Dennis and D'Arcy, 2611 Main street. Born in Stratford, Mr. Hart was a resident of Stratford most of his life. Mr. Hart was a member of Ashlar Masonic Lodge of Bridgeport and Pyramid Temple Shrine of Bridgeport. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Nancy Saco Hart, of Florida; a daughter, Mrs. Kalherine Hargette, of Bloomingtoci, Ir.d.; a brother,, Richard Hart, of New Mexico; and a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Hotberg, of Stratford. Mrs. Anthony lozzia Services for Mrs. Anna Guarncri fozzia, SI, of 376 Washington avenue, widow of Anthony lozzia, who died Friday, took place today in Holy Rosary church. Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery. The Rev. A. Fred Constantino was the celebrant of the Mass and read the committal. Bearers were Philip Naro, Philip Leto, Paul Mucherino, Joseph Mangini, Steve Pellingra and Albert Famiglictti. tomorrow at 8:15 a.m. in the Frank Polke and Son funeral home, 1546 Fairfield avenue, and at 9 o'clock in Our Lady of Good Counsel church. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. nesday at 2 p.m. in the Albert W. Spear funeral home, 39 South Benson road, Fairfield, with the Rev. Adam Lewis, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal church, officiating. Burial will be in Oaklawn cemetery, Fairfield. Mr. Wells was born in Gringsville, 111. He was a World War II Army veteran. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Muriel Planeta Wells; four spns, Charles E. Wells, Jr., John W Wells and Paul R. Wells, all of Fairfield and Robert W. Wells of Bridgeport; three - daughters, Mrs. Cheryl Wakeman, Mrs. Patricia Kabara and Miss John J. Nolan , NEW MILFORD -- John J. Nolan, 82, formerly of Orone Park, N.Y., died Sunday in New Miiford Nursing home. Services will take place Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in the Lillis funeral home, 58 Bridge street, and at li o'clock in St Francis Xavier church. Buria will be in St. John's cemetery, Middle Village, N.Y. Mr. Nolan had resided in New Milford for the past .year. He was a retired salesman for the Sand Paper Corp. of New York, having served in" this section of Connecticut. He retired about 17 years ago. He, -was a former member of the Danbury club. , Survivors include his wife, Ann Daly .Nolan; a daughter, Mrs. ^ Thomas Fifzpatrick ol Flushing, N.Y.; four, grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and a nephew. . , .' . ' ; tlERBAUM-ln Will city, Dec. 1S/T774. Mr. Robert Bierbaum, beloved husband of Mrs..Elizabeth Bierbounvof 241 Loke avenue, Bridgeport, .beloved father ot Mr. Robert Bterboum Jr. ond Mrs. Marlha Dedrlck. Frlcntls ore invited lo attend Ihe (uneral on Wednesday, D IBIh at fi:30 . a.m. (rgm 1... ShauQhnessey Brothers.funerol horn's, K ReeF read, Falrlleld .and at 9 o.m. al Sf. Ann'i church wilri a Mass "of Ch'rls- ifan Burial, [nlcrrnenr. In Lawncrofl cemetery. Friends may, call Monday" 7-7 p.m., Tuesday 3-5,;7-9 pjr SRENyAN-Entered'inlo rest In this tTiy, Dec. 15, 1974. Adelaide Gelinnai Brennan, wife nf the late. Thonvis F. 'Brennan of 59 RenneJI street. Funeral services will beheld Wednesday o['9:li p.m.. in ihe Bacan funeral' home, 71 Prospect street, V/lllImantic, Conr., ond at 10:M D.rri. in St. Joseph's church, V/rillmontlc. Inlermenl \n St. Joseph's church, Wllllmanlic. Friends mav call ot the Larson Juneral home, 2H94 Horlh ovenue, Bridgeport, WiontJay, 7 to- 9. p.m./ ond on Tuesday at the Â·Bocon lunerol home, V/tltimanlk, 2 1 4 ond 7 to 9 p.m. CARACUIO--In Milford, Conn. Dec. 15, 197-J. Ralph Caragiio^ beloved -husband ct Uldine Ryan CaragUo, "of 163 West Â·Spring ilreet, V/est Haven, Gonnectrcut. Devoted falher of 'Mrs. Carol .Cohn. Belayed brother o* Michael/ James Philip, AnJhony,-Frank and Miss taura Caragiio. Funeral services v/ill '-fohe pfnce Wednesday, December i ath o1 9:00 a.m. from the Louis A. Abrtala ana Sort funeral" home 436 East \Vosh- ingron 'avenue, and" al 10:00 a.m. In Holy Rosary church" with n Mass ol Chrislfon Burial. 'Â· Inlerment fn r Sf. Mi- DEATH NOTICES GENZ--Entered ir.lo rest. In this city Dec. 13, 1974, Florence W. OÂ«nr, wfle ol Richard H. Gertz of 107 Argonne street, Fatrlieid. Private funeral services will be held at the Larson funeral home, 2-S7A Nor1h Ave. Interment at the convenience of Iht family. There will b* no colling hours. - . ' GORDON--iri Hew HCLveri,.Dec? 15, Russell. Edward Gordon/, husband of Dorothy. EHam Gordon of 3o Far Horizon-'drive* Cheshire-, falher of Douglas Russell ' ond Linda Go/don. .Funeral ' from ' 'Beecher and Â· Bennett funeral home, Â·'2300 : Wrilhey avenue, Hamcfen, Wednesday, Dec. 18th'at 9:15 a.m. A Mass of Chrlstfan Burial ot Si. Bridget's 'church ot 10 a.m. Interrrient In Hillside cemetery, Cheshire. Friends may call Tuesday 3-5Â» 7-9"p.m. /Aemarlal con. Jrlbu lions may be-"sent lo 1he AVnerica.n Cancer Society., - ' Â· - . . . Â· HART--In New Port RIthey, Florida, Samuel, G. Hart . of , W15 ". ,Bayo- Â·net :lane, - PorooTse' Point .West Nevi'porl,- wife of- Nancy Sacca Hart. Services will be held at Ihe Stratford funeral horns ol Dennis and Â· D'Arcy, "3611 Main slreet 'at a time to be announced laler. HENDERSON--In Bridgeport Dec. 13, 1974. Flora McGIIvary , Wenderion, widow of Hugh Henderson of 3! Brenalr Terrace, . Stratford..' Services will lafce place Monday qt 2' p.m. in . Dennis D'Arcy tuneral home,- 2611 Main St. SlralEord. Interment In Wiltowbroafc cemetery, Westport. Fn*ndÂ» may cal Sunday 7 to ID-p.m. with Ihe menf In Friends :_ and 7-9 p.ft. ' SCALE-tn Kile New Haven Hospital. Dec. M, 174. GÂ«orsÂ« A. Scoll.Sr., at 339 EaMcrnstreer, Now Haven, husband of Ihe lale'da Saalomosso Seal)/ fo1hr of Vincent 1. and Georg* A- Jr., both of New Havef and Joseph A. ot North Haven, Rolea East of East Haven and Ida S.GI.-nHtl of tltw Haven; 4 grandchtEdrfi, brother of Anna Vcne- zlano of Mrlden, Catherine Gentile of Hollyv.wSiMorlda and pre-decetned by PMIomena jnlcropye Rocca and Joseph ScolJ/ all ofMerlden. Funeral Is leaving the parlori of Lypoll Brothers, 574 Chapel stret, New Haven, Tuesday morning ah:15 a.m. Mass of Chrlslion Burlol ot 9i.m. In St.-Oonalo's church. interment u AM Saint* cÂ«metery. North Haven/ ConccllctJt. Friends may call Monday 5-?J.m. . ; " Â· SEYAlOUR-j West Haven/ Con/i. t: Dec. H, 1974. fnty G. Omlalati Seymour* wtf of Rymwid j. Seymour - of JO Falrmounl nenue, New Haven. Mother or Mr*, jce Smith of MKford-ond Robert picnll of East Haven/ slsler Â·of Mrs. Hlen DeLÂ«on, ftlrs. Bertha Demaio am} John Omlatacz of Bridgeport, Funert will bÂ» held from fhÂ» LuplnsKI (urjral home/ 6?1 Stole streel. New Haven;Tuesday O f 8:30 a.m. wUfi a Mass of Cttitlan 6urlal In S*. Stanislaus church it 9 a.m. InEermenl to bÂ« announced, tlends may coll Monday 59 p.pi. J f Â· . ; - . STADT--In Brlgeport, Dec. 15, \W. Louis B. Stadt, aa 77, beloved husband of Agnes Kosc|Â«k ' SladI, of -W Light 3lrÂ«t, Slratftd. FrEendi are Invited to alfend the fueral on Wednesday u) 9 o.m. from *ie WJIIIam R. WcDonald funeral home 2iH /Aaln ilreel. Strut- (ord, and ol 10 o.m. In SI. Jomes church, Slra/ord, with a Mass cf Christian Buril. Interment in SI. Michael 5 eemelery Friends mav call Tuesday Irom 3 [i 5 and 7 lo 9 p.m. STEWART--In 'his cTly,- Dec. ,U, ]?/James SIÂ«wai, of 1Â» Yacht slr*et, Bridgeport, pnnecf Icwf. Funiral arrangements vti be announced by fn* Â£wgÂ« P. Pofcr and Son funeral horn- 680 Falrfleld " - - Â· - nectlcut. Avenue-, Bridseporl, Con- STEWART-- In hw Britain, Dec. 15, 1J74. Pear V. Brejster Slewart, widow of ihejal* Robet W. ^Sfewarf. funeral WIU be heldlVednestlay-ot 8:15 a.m. from Ihe Rlchrd V/. Â· Shealian funeral , home, 1034 Mw Britain avenue, V/est Hartford and Llth a Mass of Christian Burial al 9 a.h. at-SlvMoric Evonge]l:t church. West, Hartford. Jnterment In Folrvlew .cer.elery, V/Â«I HarJford. Friends rnoy ioll at-Ihe'funeral hom* Monday 7-9 p.n', Tuesday'2-4, 7-? p.m. STONE-In thls\*Hy December U, 1J74. Florence Brooch Stone, widow of Joseph Stone'iif 75 Roger Williams streel.. Funeral services wilt be held Thursday aflernon'December IMh al 2 p.m. in-the Alert- vy. Spear Funeral Home, 1222 FaT/leld avenue. Interment Â· In Alt. Grovt 'emelsry. F/Ienrfs may JENNINGS-- in FoUfield. Dec. 197-1 SYMANSKI-lnjMford Hospital, Dec. 14, ,1S74. Raymond..ymanskf, befov'ect husband of Viola lorter 'SymohskI of 60 Wildwood avcnui MilforoV Services will be held at thejCody -.-White funeral home, . 107 . Bpad slr : eet,. .-Mltford, Wednesday at 8:0 c :m. with a Moss of Christian Burlaljrt St. Gabriel's church at 9 o.m. lnter;enl In Klngi highway CEmtlery. Frli 3-5/ 7-? p.m. Debora A. FairfieLd; a Wells, all grandson, several nieces and nephews. of and John Saunders Scrvices be conducted Mrs. Joseph Dzicsinskt Services for Mrs. Mary Dzicsin- Brenair Mrs. Hugh Henderson Scrvices for Mrs. Flora McGilvary Henderson, 95, of Thursday for John Saunders, 68, of 8959 69th street, Pinellas Part, Fla., formerly of Newtown, and a retired truck driver employed by the Connecticut State Highway department, who died yesterday in Petersburg, Fla. The funeral will take place at I I a.m. in the Cyril F. Mul- Hns funeral home, 399 White Plains road, Trumbull, The Rev, William Sullivan, pastor of the Second Baptist church, will officiate. Burial will be in Newtown Village cemetery, Newtown. Born in Old Lyme, Mr. Saunders had been an area rest dent many years until moving lo Florida three years ago. Survivors include his. wife, Mrs. Loretta Saunders; three sons, Wayne Saunders, of Trum bull, William Saunders, of San Diego, Cal., and John H. Saunders, of Newtown; daughter, Mrs. Sharon Albert, ol Loveland, Colo,; a brother, Fred Saunders, of Derby; two sislers, Elizabeth Weyant, of New London and Mrs. Josephine Licberman; nine grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Hclmuth 0. Schloz Franz A. Zelelzkv Memorial services for Franz A. Zelctzky, 59, pf 40 Holiday road, Fairfield, a design engineer employed by . the Sul 1 ard com pany, wh o di ed Friday in Bridgeport hospital, will take place tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the Grace chapel of S o u t h p o r t Congregational church, with the Rev. Loring S. Ensign, pastor, officiating. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. The Fairfietd funeral home ol Albert W. Spear, 39 South Benon road, Fairfield, is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. George M. Friend DARIEN -- Services for Mrs Delia' Mary Friend, 72, of 1! Chestnut street, widow o George M. Friend, who die Friday in St. Joseph's hospital ;, Mrs. Charles A. Burk?. NORWALK -=- Services for Mrs." Bertha Mary May. Burki 58, wife of Charles A. Burk; 345 Strawberry Hill avenue, ;whrt died Friday, took place today in the Raymond funeral home. The Rev. Richard A. Thornburg, pastor of the Norwalk United Methodist church officiated. Burial vas in Riverside cemetery. Stamford, tomorrow will at 10 take a.m. George S. Falrchild PUEBLO, Colo;--Services . . - chad's cerneJery."' Friends may caU Monday 7-? p.m. and Tuesday 7-9 p. COOPER--In ihls cliy, December IS, 1?74 Jack Cooper of 2MO Park avenue.'Serv ices will be held Monday ot 13:30 p.m In the A.L. Green fimera! home ft, Grand street. Interment In Loyally tsm elery, FalHelcf. COWAN--fn Ihli clly, DEC. 13, 1?74 War del Oman, of Falher Panik rVillaae BltfQ. 44, Apf. 202. Funeral services will be held-Wednesday ol 1 p.m. from Ihe Morion's Mortuary, 25 Currier slreel, earner-of Smith. Rev. W. D. -Kenney, pastor ol Shllan BapIUI church, offlclot- Ing. -Inlerment in PorK ctmetefy. , Friends, may call Tuesday 6-9 p.m. al the funeral home. - ' , AVis^-In Ihis City, Dec. IS, V?7J, Phil Lee Dovis, father ol Mrs. Novella Settle, of Bldg. 3, Apt.-3Â«, BeardsUy Terrace Apbrlmenls. Arrangements an- .nounced laler, by fj\. McDonald Issoc Jr. and Daughter fune/a! home, -Â¥35 .Slrallord Ave. . \ '. DONCH--In Nev/inglon/ Dec. IS, \974, "Alice-Irene Zawacki Doncli, age 61, ol 64 Forsvlh St., Mystic, wife of Pau F.- Doncli. Furicral v/ill be held In Sheo-Wllllam funernl home, 19 Eos Main St., Myillc, Wednesday at S:3J a.m.; Mass of Christian Burial In Sf Potrlck's church,' Mystic, ot 9:00 a.m . . Howard Jennings,, husband . ot Mary Sebastian Jennings of WO" Lloyd drive In hls-ftSfh year. Services v/ill be neld ot ihe funeral norne o f . Henry E. Blsnoi and Son, 1139 Falrileld avenue cm .Monday at 2 p.nii Inlerment In Pork ceme- lery. Friends may col! Sunday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Â·Â·'". -~. .Â·_ 'Â·Â·- Â· r KILCOYNE^-ln Stamford, Conn., Dec, ^4, 1974. \Villlam-W.' KHcoync, beloved husband of LleWeltyn Bernhard Kilcoyne, father of Willlom'W.- Ktlcayne Jr., Capt. James- R. .Kolcoync, U.S. Army, Mrs. John . P. O'Mara, .Mrs. John .T. McSharry, Mrs.. W, Patrick McGralh, Peter M. Ryan, .Hugh. C,, 'Kevin J. David L. - Ryon, "Mrs. C. Russell Bughman, Mrs, Thomas F. Sweeney anrj Mlis Shelagh A. Ryan. Brolher of Vincent A. Ktlcayne. A Moss,ol Christain Burial will he celebrated at Our Lady Star of Ihe Sea R.C- Church, Stamford, Wednesday at 11 a.m. Interment In St. John's R.C. ' cemeteryi SpMngdale, Conn. Frieiids rhoy coll at the Bouton and Reynolds funeral home, 545 Bedford! - slreet, Stamford 1 , Conn Tuesday 3-5, 7-9 p.m. Contrlbullons may be mods, to ihe Cancer Fund c/o Greenwich Hospital, Perry Ridge rood Greenwich, Conn. KLEIN-- In Milford Hospilal, Dec. 14, IJ74. Anno'Wati'Klein, widow of Gustav VI. Â· Klein of -J1 ,Putnum slreet, 'Bridgeport, -formerly of Hartford. Services will take , place Tuesday at. 11 a.m. qt the Bridgeport funeral home- of Dennis and D'Arcy, 1W6 FolrdeW avenue wilh the Rev. Herberl O. Hrdllca, pastor of First English Lutheran' church, 'officiating Interment In" CÂ«Jar Hill cemtlery, V/ethersfleld, Conn- Friends "may call Morvdoy Â· 3-5 - end 7-9 p.m. Memorials may be made to American Cancer Society, Brldseporf- = . . . . - , Klnas call Tuesday TOMASKO-tn.lh: c'tly, DÂ«c. I/, 19M. Miss Margaale ;.Â· Tomo J ko oMIO Benjamin slreal.'Stafford, ^Sister of FrcnK ond Edward Tonasfco, Mr*. Helen Rand, Mrs. Jriny BIDS and Mrs. Hermlna Moleiki. Friend] arc- Invited lo attend ihe funeral froi , the Adzima funeral home, 591 Arcllj street on Tuesday ct 8:15 o.rn. and [from Holy Name of Jesus church .ot?.,a.m. wilh a Mass nf ChrMlan Burlal.rnlerment In SI. John's eemelery,-Sfralfrdi Friends, may call .Sunday.7*9 p.m-Iond Monday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. - * \ . ' WELLS--in Ihls 'lity, Dec. 15, 1974. Charles. E. Wei 11| Kus bond oj Muriel P. Wells of 6Q7 Brnsort' road, Folr/ield. .Services will beheld In the Falrfield .Funeral Home a (Albert W. Specr, 39 Saulh Benson ran on Wednesday", Dec. 18th 1 - ot 2:00 ; odccjc. Interment in Â· OaXlawn cemeler. Friends may call Monday Â«ven1ns |*;om 7 to 9 and on Tuesday from 3 to5 and 7 Io9. . for terrace, SEralford, ski, S6, widow of Joseph Dziesln-i\vidow of Hugh Henderson, who Services for Nasson SchKir, Mrs. 02. Eleanor wife of Hclmuth 0. Scholz, 1S-1 Beers Thomas More church, Darien. Burial will be in St. John's cemetery, Darien. , The Edward Lawrence funeral home, 2119 Post road, Koroton, is in charge of arrangements, Mrs. Walter J. Wuskle DERBY--Services for Mrs. Mary Federowic Wuskle, 68, of 27 Academy H i II road, widow of Walter J. Wuskle, who died yesterday in her home, will take place Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. George S. Fairchild, ,62, .of HOG 3erkley avenue, formerly of Linwood avenue, Bridgeport, Conn., who died Saturday in St. .Mary's ITorwyn hospital here, will take Iace tomorrow at the J. T. McCarthy funeral honie, 329 Goodnight avenue. Burial will be in Pueblo. . Born in Bethel, Conn., Mr. Fairchild resided in Connccicut for about 30 years. He moved to Pueblo 20 years ago. He was a member of the Trinity Episcopal church in Bridgeport. Survivors are his wife, Dorothy Hudson Fairchild; two sons; Lee Fairchild and Donald Fairchild, both of Milford, Conn.; a daughter, Faith Coventry, of Cheshire, Conn.,; and two place stepdaughters, Mrs. Mary Jane in St. Burton, of Pueblo, Colo, and Mrs Marlene Ross, also of Pueblo, Colo.; his mother, Mrs. Emma Fairchild, of S t . sisters, of St. Potrlck's church. Mystic, _. Interment In St. Patrick's cemetery Friends may call at the" tuneral home Tuesday, 2*4 and 7-* p.m. DZIESlNSKt--tn -SfraKord, Dec. 14, 197J Mary Dilesfnskl of 133 Porter street, Stratford, beloved molhcr of Mrs. Michel Duch. Friends arc invited to at- lend ' the" funerol from the A.W. Somordlctyk and Son funeral home, 740 Kossuth slreet, corner of Maple street on Tuesday,, Dec. 17lh at 6:15 a.m. and In Sf. Michael's the Archangel church ot 9 c.m. Interrrienl In St. Michael's cemeteryv Stratford.. Friends may cal Monday 3-5, 7-9 p.m. Et-LUM--in this cily, Dec. 13, 197*. Heza- blnda Greenhili Ellum, widow of James Ellum of 347 Weber s t r e e t , Stratford Services will be held In Ihe Falrfield funeral home of Albert W. Spear, 39 South Benson road on Monday, Dec, Ulh at 10:15 o.m.. ond In St. Luke's Epls copal church at 11 a.m. Interment In LaVevlev/ ccmciery- Friends may cal Sunday from 3 lo 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. FISCHER--In this city, Dec. Tl, 1974. Louise Fischer; widow of Officer Hugo Petersburg, Fla.; two Mrs. Jean Compher, Fischer, Dpt. Police Dept. of 111 Elm* wood avenue. Friends are Invited lo ot* lend services In the Albert W. Speai Funeral Home, IWt FalrMeld Avenue on Tuesday, Dec. 17lh ot 2:0) o'clock. Iri- unl In Laktvlew cemelery. |l Is husband of - Mory Crowe Kloster of 49 Beveriy. road, Glen^Roek, New'jErsey, Friends are Invited fa attend the funeral services on Tuesday-at-1 p.m.- irt Ihe Lieberum, Heaphy and Doyle funeral home, 504 Falrileld avenue with the Rev. William W. Sullivan, paitor at the Second Baptist church,-olfklotlng. Inter- mcnt.ln St. Miicliael's cemetery. Friends may call Monday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. MICHEL--In this cily, - Dec. 14, 1974. Mary Llkor Michel, widow Â· of Philip Michel of 3030 Park avenue, formerly of Old-Saybroofc. Friends ore Invited to ot: 1Â«nd Ihe funeral on Tuesday at 9;3U o.m. from the Bridgeport funerol horrve 'of Dennis end D'Arcy, 10X6 FairfieEc avenue and at 10 a.m. from St Maroorel'i Shrine, Park; avenue- wilh a Mass of Christian Burial, (interment In Riverside cemetery, Old SaybrooJc Friends may call on Monday 3-5, 7-9 ' p.rn. MOORE-- ln this City- Dec. II, 1974 Thomas 8. Moore of 7 Herbert SI Funeral services will be held Tuetaay Dec. 16, ot 10- a.m. from' the M. McDonald Isaac Jr. and"- Daughter funeral, home, 935 Slralford Ave. Rev. Mathew Barber will officiate. Cremation at Mountain Grove crematory. There will be no calling hours. Â· NILSON--Entered Into reit In this cily, Dec. 14, 1974. Sivert MLIson, husband ol Ihe lole Dagmaf GustaTson Nilson of !E Home Fair drive, Falrfleld. Frlendi are Invited to nil end the funeral services lo be field Tuesday at 11 a.m. at ihe Covenant CongregQilonot church," Grove street and Laurel avenue. Interment In Ml. Grove,cemetery. Friend* may cal at the Lorson funerol home, 2494 North ovenue, Monday 7-9 p.m. Those so de siring may make contribution* to. the Covenant Congregational Church Mt mortal Fund; OLSON--Entered Into rest In this city, Dec. 13, 1974. Augusta McGowan Olson, wife of C. Henry Olson ol 4*3 Davidson strict, Bridgeport. Friends are' Invited to allend the funeral on Tuesday at 2 p.m. ot SI. Mark's Lulheran church, 10 Jeltand street, Bridgeport. Interment In Mt. Grove cemetery. Friends may call at the Larson funeral home, 2496 North ovenue, Monday 3-5 and 7-9 jxm. Those desiring may make conlribullons 1a St. Mark's Lutheran church Memorial Fund cr the Sloon Kltlerlng Foundollon. WUSKLE--In Ddhy Dec. 15, |?74, Mary F-. V/uskle -of 2,.Arcady H1IF . Rd., Derby, widow -of.Walter J- V/usk1Â«, mplhcr ot Mrs. Conrad Ferlorid: ond Mo. Susan \Vuski. Funt/al services will be held Wedesday at 3:30 o.m. In tdward F.' A/lima funeral home, 753 Ellzabem Sf^-Derby, with Moss ol Christian-9urlJ at 9:00 a.m. In St. Michael's church/perby. Interment In St. Michael's cemtery, Derby. 'Friends may .call Tuesdoyj3-S and 7-9 p,rn. ZELETZKV-ln tfifsclty, Oec.-U, 1974. Franz ,A. 7.eletik9 .husband of LUiian Zeleizky of 40 Hoday rood, Falrfleld, Conn. Memorial .srvlces will be held in the Grace chdfel ot thi Southport Congregational chuch on Tuesday, Dec. 17 at 2 p.m. The fiirfield (unerol home cf Albert V/. Speo.39. Soulh Benson road, Is in chargeijf arrangernents. Interment ol 1he Convenience' of the famllyJ, It Is, retiesled that calllnq hours and flowers be omitted, but If desired, conlributlois -moy be made fo the American Caner Sodety or tht al Fund o " Churchy IN MEMIRIAM In loving memory.'f Martha A. Snee, who pasted away Dec 15, 1?43. rhÂ» golden" gates weri opened, Thirly-one years ago oooy. With good-byes left ;tspokerÂ» YÂ«r gently passed av(iy. Lovingly remembera by her fivi sent onoMojjr daughter- * berÂ« IN MEMCRIAM In loving memory ofour mother, Geni- vltve Hobaon, who paled away Dec. 24, 1972. ^ r ' l FAidnlgM stars shins ot a lone orxJ silent Btnealh whtre sleeps,: The 1 one \ve all love ' ] . Arrf whom-we could ut sove. ' We Ihlnk of her In sl-nce, And often repeat her Vame, Bui all that's left foWwer, Is a picture in a from. Ob, God pjease taVe t|s message' To our loved one up csove. Tell her haw much'-wv-m1is her. And give Fier all our Eovl Â· Sadly missed by husbatl and children, .Margaret,' Gsnevleve, Ml and Marlon and grandchildren and' Ireot grandcrtlt- queitcd that omitted. p rJo r cal I frig hours be Petersburg, Fla., and Mrs. .Mae Coakley, of Milford; several grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. FORBES--In SI. Vincent's Hospital, Dec. 15, 1974, John A. Forbes, Sr.. ogc Si, beloved husband of Mrs. JQon'Wojna Forbes of 40 Sorghum Terr.. StroStord; devoted falhcr ol John A. Forbes, Jr.. Mrs. Arleen F. Ciouljfct;, dear son of tf.rs. Mary Fuchs; brother tf George FucM, Albert FuctiS, Thomas FUCfiS and Mrs. Ttresa Taibol. Fiends crÂ« invited to attend the funeral on Wednei- rJoy morning at 8:30 o.m. In Ihe. Frank Mrs. Vincent Murray SHELTON -- Services for Mrs. Ruth Ann Beaudwin Murray, 29, wile of Vincent Murray, T* limn* c*me1 Mwnory and Â· Mm' Nttiet* Â·fituld hÂ» lubmlttd'hi wrft- Inc 14 hours In'advflitc* Â«f publication dMtl NU1I t* Poit-TÂ«ltKram r 4t Â»t*U St.. Â·rldt*pÂ«rt. CÂ« PECHULI5--Suddenly, In Falrfield, Dec. 14, W74, M rs. Sablrva Olchvage Ptchulls of 64 RIdgely Ave., FalrField, Friends art Invited to attend the funeral from the Falrfield funeral home of DovglcUa ond Sons. 34 South pine Creek Rd., an Wednesday at 10:T5 o.m. and In .Holy .Family church, Folrllcld, 'at 1^00 a.m. with a Mass of Christian Burial. Interment In Long Cross cemetery, FoTrtleld. Friends moy call.Tuw- day, 3-5 ond 7-9. p.m. . Hado: ng ycKi and Sons funeral home. __3Zyck! ai-- 305 Pulasxl St., Bridgeport, and ot 9 a.m. In St. Michael the Archangel cliurch wftti a Moss nf Christian Burial. Interment tn St. Michael's cemetery. Frfends moy call Tuesday, ond 7-9 p.m. FLOWER SHOP 1519 Black RcKkTpkc., Fairfield-- '336-2101 In i IN MEMDRIAM memory of my moiher. Marl ho As, dear she woi to us in life, So in dealft she'll always be A holy inspiration To come closer, God, to Thie. SaaVy missed by son ond dau law Etmer and Kay Soulhortf. CEMETIRY DECORATIONS $750 A . Candles Holders Â· Outdoor Rcsary BARRE LAWN ORNAMENTS 948 Eurr Ave.. Stratford 375-2882 Al Kxli 10 Cenn. TplÂ«.
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