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Bridgeport Post, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1977, Bridgeport, Connecticut Duth Notices A V S er ices for Bernard Barney L Hanlon 65 of 26 Vine B retired barber at Chuck's a m in the and funeral home arnum and 3 o'clock in St lurch Burial will bo in St cemetery Stratford Robert F Sr Services Robert F r of 593 Davis road an automobile salesman Fruitrich 1C who died Sunday in St Medical Center will take ice Tuesday at 9 p.m in the West and Colliding home Post road airfield Burial will be In vergreen cemetery New laven Vt Mr Tierney was born In New laven Vt and resided In for 25 years He vas a member of Yacht club and of S Norden club Include his wife Florida LeFrancois four sons Robert F Jr Philip E Tierney and A Tierney all of and Ronald R of Fairfield and three Mrs Joseph J Vaughan Services for Mrs Carolyn rederick Turney Vaughan 90 of Joseph J avenue who will take place Tuesday t 2 p.m in I Wilmot West nd Goulding funeral home ost road Burial wil e in Mountain Grove cemetery Mrs Clyde J Bemer CORNWALL Mrs and Suns funeral 499 Washington avenue 1 id at 9 o'clock in St Catherine 1 Siena church Burial wili be St Michael's cemetery Viglione was born in Foggia Italy was 1 area resident for the ast 52 years He was the owner of Garage in ie Hollow section of A ort and sponsored several h r e a bowling and Softball c ams a Survivors Include his wife d Irs Josephine Ruggiero one two sons Matthew iro of and Viglione of Mrs Virginia of Trumbull a brother of Bridgeport wo sisters Mrs Angie Hener lan of Bridgeport and Mrs Is e Sedita of Trumbull four and several and vVith a Doubl WYANDANCH AP sr Lone Island man and woman ih ave been arrested and of shooting a faith healer D nd his daughter to death in q er to break an evil spell fr The victims isaac Dinkins v 7 and his daughter Cheryl 24 both of Humpstead K ere blasted with a shotgun J night while sitting in Mercedes-Benz i front of the Bantan Vinyl building here Both J ere killed instantly police aid son s was found unharmed in he back seat of the car p Police said that on Sunday s ley arrested Emma Edwards C and Joseph Baldwin 20 of North Babylon and p them with two counts t f second-degree murder o ce accused Baldwin of firing the two fatal shots d rom a Charged f e Homicide U ar through window of di e car sa Police said they arrested ra aldwin and Mrs Edwards after a several of Di lends about clients that the c dim had n Mrs believed d ns held a spell over her and o Te conspired with Baldwin for ie police alleged At the time of the killing n inkins and Mrs Bogen were j arked waiting for Mrs e ards to arrive and pay to w inkins who had been treating rj er for seven years police a aid A Dinkins besides being a self- s reclaimed faith healer ran a nail religious artifacts shop in s t DinkEns wife Alice was re- r by Hempstead neighbors a be in Washington at the time v f the slayings f The Dinkins have another e aughter Pamela who n dly lives in Florida DRUG ARRESTS RHODE ISLAND WARWICK AP have arrested 19 people d seized large quantities of ugs and hundreds of hounds of dollars in a series of ids in Warwick Providence id North Kingstown Warwick Police Chief John F said one of the was biggest drug in the stale and that e raid was the biggest in city story Police refused to release the ames of those arrested scheduled arraignment today but said the suspects ere from Rhode Island Virginia Washington nd possibly some other states 11 were U.S citizens the chief aid Coutcher said the arrests Sunday night when four identified juveniles were on charges of stea -n g cars Detectives incident and aund that the juveniles got some drugs from eople renting rooms at the arlton House Motor Inn said Warwick police went to the no or inn where they 0 people and seized Eght ounces of cocaine worth bout on the street and pounds of marijuana worth bout said Two others were at ie Marriott Inn in Providence n connection with the raid The hief refused to say what led o ice to the arrests at the Iwo The al the Carlton House were handled by ck police but Coutcher called ate police when we saw the magnitude of iE Federal gents also Joined in the and police this got a search warrant for a pr vate house in North Seven persons were arrested here at a person described bv Coutcher as Rhode Island's nain drug dealer Police a large amount o at the house and also seized hundreds of of dollars Coutcher said The exact amount of money aken was not immediately mown hut police counting the cash this morning were already up to with a ton of money left to count the chief said Five handguns were a so seized in the series of raids police said The Saunderstown house is Just across the West Passage of Day from Island where a Colombian cargo vessel for at least four days before it was re eased Tuesday The ship arrived off Jamestown last week without a captain or any cargo aboard None of the crewmen had papers State and federal officials now theorize that drugs seized in the house may have been delivered from the vessel However customs a s searched the boat at least twice H was in bay and ound no drugs aboard authorities Sunday Post A 15 In U 1977 V of Ann O'Brien Burns d Sherwood place Friends a 1 lend funeral on AuB 01 am 41 Tht home Moln and Gotham tn St church with a Man ol Christian Burial at 9 In 51 may call ond p.m In Ml Aug M 1977 J husband of of 01 il Tone Milford Service will be field 81 the iar Brood on at with a Mais Of Burial et St Mary's church at V In SI may caH and p.m trt this cily Aug 12 1977 V Beloved of Ann Kachmar Han loo or W street Bridgeport moy attend funeral 01 Tuesday at from the home 3936 Main and at 9 St with o MMS o Own Nan Burial SI Pa call Monday ond p.m city Aug 13 1977 Sherman Jepsen wile of the MarliM ol ISA street Funeral en Wednesday at 11 In Rohm and funeral home 3189 moy Monday p-m ond p.m in this Ago U 1977 B Lopke of in Vrh liter folhir ol Albed P Lopke and J Friends are invited fo the funeral on Wednesday ol am from Welt Funeral 1209 Post rood Fair Fl rid and In St Cathedral 10 o Mass of Christian fn Sf Michael's cemetery may en 1 Tuesday and p.m in this city Aug 11 1977 ol 331 Garibaldi attend the funeral crt Monday ot 11 Fn the Funeral home 2734 Main street Bridgeport with the Ray 1 pastor of Ine Long HIM Trumbull 1 ment In Cedar Lawn Patterson Family requests Ihal calling hours be omitted In Danbury Aug 1977 Margaret age 77 of M Scudder road Mother of Robert F Norton and sister of Mrs Philip Funeral wll held on Monday ot 10 of and 1209 Post road In Oak I awn cemetery Friends may caffon from 7 1a 9 end Sunday from 3 to 5 end 7 to 9 p.m In this city Aug 12 1977 Andrew Joseph of 76 Parkway Drive Slf a ge 75 brother of John Mary and Miss Susan Mrs Keren Broad Friends ere Invited lo attend funeral on Monday at 2 p.m m Charles T Sons Funera Komt Barnum Ave corner Noble with rht Rev Louis official Ing Interment In Friends may call Sunday 3 lo 5 and 7 9 p.m Christian WaVe will lake place Sunday ol fl p.m In tht home In Monroe Aua 13 1977 beloved wife of Arnold of road beloved ol Arnold Jr Mrs Rase Anne Kulhawik sister cF Dominic and John ond Mrs Josephine ore ta allerd the Fun on Wednesday morning at S o'clock From funeral home ond at 9 In St Raphael's church a Mo is of fa 51 may call p.m ani Tuesday and p.m In Welt Haven Veterans Hospital Koven Conn Aug U 1977 Charles ol Mary of 65 Ford Funeral from O'Connor Gorman Funeral Home Washing Ion avenue corner ol dale and Fo in this city 1 John G Rolr Sr beloved of Anna Roll of Nor oven we Bridgeport service to held on Tuesday Aug ot In ine Rohm end f neral 2189 Barnum avenue ford and at 9 Fn 51 Ambrose church with a Moss of Buria Interment in SI Michael's may coll Sunday p.m urn Monday nnd p.m Inis Aira 13 Pauline Pucker of BO Tilth A lolec by Mori ory Inc Currier Aug 11 1977 A age 70 cf 19 Meado Si Shelton father of George A Jr Mrs Daniel Mr Robert Jacqueline of Sheehy Mn Mrs Ann olio 14 u dren Funeral Tuesday at the Funeral Home 390 Road followed by a Mass Christian BurFal at 10 Ja eph's will In Peler cemetery Derby ol laler dale Friends may calf 3 to t and 7 lo 9 p.m Contribute may mado to The Bora funa Fund ro Joseph's Church t director SISTER M GERTRUDE Mary no In Aug 1977 M Gertrude oge a member c-F 1 Sisters of fhe Holy Family ol Nai Marian 1423 Monr Monroe A Mem oF Burial will be Monday 11 In the chapel of the Order House Monroe Interne in cemetery T Miner funeral home Main Man is In of arrant New Haven papen please cop In Ihli city Aug TJ 177 Robert F age 54 Dov road oF Flor TIerney ol Rooe Jr Philip E Thomas A TIerney ond Funeral will Tunday evening at 9 p.m In Chopel of Weit o rood Irt Evergreen N Haven Friends may coll Tuesday 35 ond I died Friday in home rV 1 lake place Tuesday al 5 a m In the funeral 2936 din street and at 9 o'clock in s Augustine cathedral Burial f 1 be in St Mary's cemetery f edgedale Pa Mri Mirius p Services for Mrs Karen an Jepsen 89 of 186 Otis f eet widow of Marius 1 pson who died Saturday in I wili lake ace Wednesday at 11 in te Rohm And Luchansky funeral me 2189 Barnum avenue 1 r with the Rev William W v an pastor emeritus of the v d Baptist officiating E will be in Lakeview f Mrs Jepsen was born In r and resided in r rd 59 years She was a member 1 the Order ot the Eastern Star E elia chapter and of the I s League of Park Street Con- Survivors include two Mrs Ruth McKeever and rs Frances DePasqua both of j ratford a sister Mrs Sarah v of Trumbull three grand- four and several nieces and IS Joseph B Services for Joseph B Lapke 167 street a reed machinist formerly by the Ready Tool Stratford and the father ol bert P Lapke of Stratford a in the Wilmot West and funeral home 1209 ad Fairfield who died Sunday Golden Heights Manor will ke place Wednesday at m in the Wilmot West and funeral home 1209 Post ad and at 10 o'clock St Augustine cathedral Burial II be in St Michael's cemetery Mr Lapke was born in Pa and resided in the area fur most of his e He was employed by Ready ool until his retirement In 1969 e was a life member of the Yacht club and a life member of the Park ty Council Knights of 16 Survivors another son J Lapke of brothers Andrew Lupke of rewster Thomas Lapke of erby and Paul Lapke of three sisters Mrs Mary Mrs Gertrude and Miss Dorothy Lapke all of Bridgeport seven grandchildren six and several nieces and nephews John C Rod Services for John C Rotz 70 of 1795 North avenue a retired butcher with the King Cole supermarket who died yesterday in Bridgeport hospital will take place Tuesday S ADVERTISING Rates Information lo DIAL DIRECT HOURS -6 p.m ct 8 Saturday G 1 JH i Charge X HUM R 30 Cons Days ID 7 inch daily And Sunday r line i TELEPHONE ADS T II tiled m F bock most wanl adi wll be over Ifie telephone Dial READ YOUR AD Ciml d or Want Ads are over ne ai a convenience d read Ine iht Y IT APPEARS AND ROSS in lime for neil The Telegram it only ONE or tor n only to or a Erron do not sen me value or I nol corrected by make OWN your own business for manager REALTY w Gent lo train ENTAt im EXP for more o part time be For r her info Box BURNS DIES AT AGE 69 Services wilt take ptace for Joseph V Bums 69 f 49 0 Sherwood cc retired director physical for the chool system who died Sunday n Hyannis hospital Cape Cod The funeral will be conducted t 15 in tlie Redgate home Main street and jorham place and at o'clock in St Mark's church will be in St Michael's Stralford Mr Burns was born in and resided in the area his ife He was a graduate of High school the Holy Cross Preparatory school in New Notre Dame university South Bend Ind and Arnold college He also d i graduate work at both Columbia university and Yale university Active in sports Mr Burns was a member of the origina a local He taught health am education at Harding ligh school and was coach o school's track and swimming teams the Mr Burns held four college degrees and wos the lop candidate in the Civil Service teacher promotion examination conducted in Bridgeport He served as the director of education for more than 34 years before retiring in 1973 He was a former president of the Bridgeport Education association and sewed two years as president of the Connecticut Association for Health and Physical education He was a member of Pres Kennedy's Physical Fitness council and was a life of the American Association for Health and Education He was also president of the Connecticut Association of Administrators of Health and Physical Education Mr BUTIS director of the YMCA and oE the North End and Orcutt Boys clubs He was o member of the executive committee of the Boy Scout council He was a committee member ol the American Red Cross the United Fund and served on the ioard cf Associates of the of Bridgeport and on the of Trustees Arno d college He was also a member of the lot ary club and was a Connect cut delegate to the Education association Survivors include his wife Ann O'Brien a son James H Burns of Bridgeport a daughter Mrs Joann Farrace Milford a brother Jame Burns of Taunton Mass fou grandchildren and severa and IER JOB TEXAS AS VEGAS SO STATES THE SERVICE IHC AVE All In bolb and WM x lo Telegram accepted lo 5 P.m dav Icf up lo p.m Saturday lice every including dsv fl TEMPORARY JOB in our prestige client in eo We need you ARt EX REMELY BUSY and WORK OH THE SAME DAY bout you? TEMPORARY SERVICES 1 M VETRE 67 DIES AT DICTAPHONE Services will take place Wednesday for Feorie M 67 of 115 Washington avenue a employe ot the corporation died Saturday in New York city after stricken a baseball game in Yankee stadium The will be conducted at 8 in the Louis V Abriola and Son funeral homo 426 East Washington avenue ant at 9 o'clock in SI Augustine cathedral Burial will be in St Michael's cemetery The Park City Council Knights of Columbus No 16 will meet tomorrow evening at o'clock n the funeral home for prayer service Mr Vetre was born in Bridgeport and was a lifelong resident He was employed by Dictaphone for more than 30 years and was a of the Quarter Century club and a charter member of the employes Labor un on for consecutive years until his retirement and was a so a member ot the union negotiation committee He was a ATTACKS LAETRILE 3 CHICAGO AP The Medical Association its attack against in the latest issue of the journal The journal editor Dr Wi R Barclay says that Laetrile has reopened the show Mix politics with medical and one encounters a most astonishing Barclay said in Monday's issue If one nostrum can be slipped by the Food and Drug Administration so can Barclay said Federal legislation he said appeared to have permanently closed the medicine shows he said he action of state indicates that this nay not be the case Severa have voted to -Ere use of the substance in their a substance derived rom apricot pits has been ted as a cure for cancer he AMA has said that the has no proven value as drug There was a period when raveling medicine shows promises for the ill ant for the editor said They peddled elixirs an pilis and proclaimed that the euro everything from m somnia to h noted The performance of th itchman was just as as the pill Unlike the old shows t hat played in s m a towns to small th new performance will play o the electronic stages of radi and television to more than 200 million he said With he applause of legislators in the background the of admission for the pubic will come very high perhaps as high as life itself There are many fine features of the America of 50 ago but the medic ne show was not one ot them and i s return in 1977 should he vigorously by the is subject fo A CO e BOX NUMBERS OT EXTRA has for jr vrs candidates should Mr Advertisers call may have bv collage 7 be cf by lelter are not MAIL ADS Where time permits advertisers art urged to send in fay mai lo insure in advance is nol il vou are In tc or Bills will be r when i user tion is NOTICE These cio not a cr misleading over ski or fo edil tied INDEX i Sates Cn 3 y if IQ 11 Personals u 11 i ACS Auction bales u f Plumbing 15 1 Oil Burners TUnges ft Repair a Flowers Cartel Cleaning Water 156 Painting IE 19 storage JO Guide l jl Insurance io 1 Sales W jo Antiques 1 JJ Coel ii Twis 36 Musical 37 38 Jl Wanted To Buy Docs Birds f Pets t3 Pets wanted Jl Etc 45 Furnished Booms 47 Furnished Rooms Wan led Room A Room A Rent tf J 2 if-4 Houses To Renl 50 w-l Vacation Places 5 S -1 52 53 Summer Places 55 Lolls Spare W Etc Stores For sale iO fft co 2 Etc tO -i H Efc Devon tic Efc fO 7 to Nichols Lono Hilt Etc iMi Aresi Rural Towns s c Proof flics S W Slete iOTti Al arms A Lanes il 2 D J 1 n Commercial rW u Commercial 1 it Real estate Real tt t sS R Industrial Waited 70 S- fi 72 rl Tl 71 i u Hire Trucks For Hire J Trailers H Mobile K d 72-5 n P Wanted 11 n iQ Tirei Accessories A Paris Tires -i Parts wanted Auto H a l C on H rud ion E il 73 73 u u Airplanes ub vrs exp CPA not i rm To fee paid at CHARD P RITA 10 Situate St Bemer 81 Route 7 Bridge widow o J Berner formerly of died Sunday in Seer Memorial hospital Services will take place at 2 p.m in St Peter's Lutheran church Buria will be in Calhoun cemetery Cornwall Bridge Bom in Bridgeport Mrs Jemer lived here most her ife moving away 12 years ago She was a member of Order Eastern Star Bridgeport Survivors include a daughter Urs Arthur Lorch of Bridge a brother Eric Ericson jf a Mrs Illen Rogers of and five Mrs Arnold Principi Services Mrs Margaret Capinera Principi wife of Arnold Principi 33 Benedict road who died in her home will take place Wednesday at 8 in the auro funeral home 559 Washington avenue Bridgeport and at 9 o'clock in St Raphae s church Bridgeport Burial will be in: Michael's cemetery Stratford Joseph J Sr Services for Joseph J Gregorzek Sr 65 of 130 lane a retired inspector employed by the Ferguson Machine company who died Sunday in hospital will take place Wednesday at in he funeral home 107 street and at 3 o'clock n Mary's church Burial wi be in St Mary's cemetery Mr Gregorzek was bom in Mew Britain and resided in for the past 34 years Survivors Include his wife Mrs Margaret Mary Kershaw Gregorzek two sons Joseph J Gregorzek of and Michael J Gregorzek of West Haven a daughter Miss Joan Gregorzek of Milford his mother Mrs He en Rogozenski of New Britain five s sters Mrs Stefanie Stack Mrs of East Hartford Mrs Ann Jurant and Mrs Cele win of New and Mrs rene Ciampaglia of Wethers ield three grandchildren ant several nieces and nephews Mra Krist Haug REDDING Mrs Letha Maj 80 wife of Kris of 95 Great Oak lane died Saturday in her home Services and burial will place in the First church Aberdeen Bom in Warren Iowa Mrs Haug has lived in Redding sine April Survivors in addition to he husband include a daughter Mrs Rudolf with whon she lived a brother Georg of Frederick sister Mrs Lucille Wallace o 12 and four FAN receivable benefits Associate or or 1 vrs Resume W M Bpi CT 3 ears experience lor CPA lirm Brn area t client contact ed Apply y il ou possess with A Send to ram Box Payable Clerk needed or Must have ewer fence Cill Retail salesclerk vo nj store in lull ime salary ocen Send resume Te Box largest time Cell Con Citizen Arlion Group Assistant 3 to assist MarVeling 01 Meno Fee Call Usv 61 i Snelling fire brigade Mr Vetre was a past grand might of the Park City Council Knights of Columbus 16 and was recently made a life member cif he organization Me served on he council's Building committee and was a member of the Holy Family Retreat league of West Hartford Survivors include a brother Frank Vetre of Stratford five s sters Mrs Antoinette D'Elia and Mrs Florence both of Stratford Mrs Violet and Mrs Ida Davis both of Trumbull and Mrs Mary Pepin of California and several nieces and nephews SURGERY DONE ON FIRST LADY WASHINGTON AP First Lady Carter who wi celebrate her birthday Thursday was operated on to day in what her press secretary described as a routine gyne procedure Mrs Carter is just fine and wi leave the hospital later said press officer Mary Hoyt after the dilation and operation Mrs Carter arrived at is RAPID it you ire wilting lo work m the petroleum f automotive career s for management g sales trainee positions Mr Bender 8 SALES a desire lenl Hill income own business part time no A I wanted tor meld room production work Super Retread Tiro Co Its Stag Licensed Real Agent for cur Jarth c fice Draw available if NOTICES In Ihli Aua 17 1971 Carolyn Frederick of B avenue Wid cf Joseph J mother or Frank 3 Nichols and of S Frederick Funeral held YUM cay ot 2 p.m Fn Ihc of pas rood In i Grave cemetery may call o Monday 3 ta 5 In lieu o llowers thost may makt con to Fund at tha 1 Br dot port In ih Hew York Cily Auo 13 1777 of 11 J beloved of Frank Veto Mri D'Elia Mrs Mri Ma rv Pepin Aln Florence Marrello ond Tda will laVe ploce Avy at 8 rcm Ihc A and Son avenue and al 9 rn SI Augustine's Cathedral a Man a Burial Interment fn SI Michael's may call Monday p.m and ond p.m of tht Park City Counci ol will meet Tuesday evening ot p.m In home for prayer this city Aug 14 777 Anthony A- Turnpike T rum bull beloved husband of J ond devoted of War Anthony and Mrs Vlr Hofford beloved oF Lou Angle am Mri Elsie Friends ore Invitee to allend the funeral from the 5 Soni home on Wednesday Auo ol B and from St Cain of Siena church ot a Mosi of Christian In St Michael's Friends moy call Monday 7 to 9 on 3 ta 5 and 7 to 9 p.m In Maii Aug 13 Eugene T husband of Julia A Wade ol Weber St Conn Funeral from Ft Home 70 St Taun ton Mem Tuesday Aug T4 al 1 A Mais al Sacred Hea Church ol 9 FORCE choosing us is life-style Find cat to UN or Mrl LOCAL POSITIONS AT RITA PERSONNEL SERVICES CUSTOMER SERVICE REP rea i needed to work in fascinating area of Industrial cr cino f ct the diversified Will att A At leaser vs letteri credit briber lading etc SECRETARY ISE Work lor WAG CARD OPERATOR tO worn A have al 2 Partial All Fee Pa id STRUCK BY BOMB BLAST LOURDES France AP Ceremonies for the Feast of Assumption at this famed shrine to he Virgin Mary pro normally with some 40 030 pilgrims on hand today de spite a bomb explosion that dit superficial damage to an under ground basilica Police said the bomb earlj Sunday blew a hole four fee ir diameter in the outer layer o the concrete dome of the St Pius X Basilica and several windows in nearby ho tels and a hospital But AT CAMP DESTROYED BY FIRE EAST Conn AP FOR TEMPORARY Work a day week or month HAVE A CAR AND A TELEPHONE R ster 1 CM on iv Ca 1 1 Victor Te ie i 3 JJ -61 i3 CHAMP TAKES ON 10 OPPONENTS LONDON UPi sovie world chess champion playing 10 English boy simultaneously Sunday de nine of them and the 10th a draw The 10 included Nigel Shor IB world's best who played the Morra gamb which he defeated interna onal chess master Dr Jona lan Penrose in the Brit is Nigel survived 59 moves be ore conceding Tony Williams 16 w a offered a draw by the worl champion on move No Ke it and won the Lloyd Bank Junior Trophy or the bes ame of the destroyed a dining hal and kitchen facility at a vacan Girl Scout camp Sunday au said The milding al Camp Patta gansett which replaced a sim ilar structure lost in a 1966 fire was to the ground Au suspect the blaze maj the When we got there it wa full ad and it went dowr right to the said Dcp uty Fire Chief The fire was reported at p.m Foley said the last camp 1 ers left for the day at p.m Two firefighters received mi nor injuries when a hose burs while battling the fire Fo e said The camp is near sett room in Bethesda Naval Hospital about t and returned o the suite at about HUM die machine Somp is anticipated she will b j picked up later today by tb President and will go f from the hospital to Camp Da vicl for the rest of the t she said The procedure was per formed by Dr Douglas Knab i chief of the obstetrics am gynecological division at th suburban Maryland For many years the s dure has been used to treat mi a nor irregularities in the did nol pierce thief concrete and the interior of Ih dome was undamaged No on was reported hurt The bomb apparently wa planted in the atop th dome but there was no in dication who planted it in officers said Among the Catholics i Lourdes for the annual i mage are about con supporters of Arch bishop Marcel Lefebvre and hi campaign the modern of the church The have been barred from th sbrine to prevent their celebrat the century Mass there That liturgy is n longer recognized by the Vat can and has been forbidden PERSON reliable available for or belter Larce Call Marguerite Turbert wife lole Edward T Ho den Mother ol Mn F ley or Pennsylvania Edward of ot Mary Flint of Penn also survived 4 Funeral from Home ilOS Hamden at am M ol Christian Burial In Bit tied Sac ment church at 9 o'clock Friends m coll Tuesday p m Memorial c may be made lo he Am lean Concer Society Lunar dr in person Bamum Ave Stratford B A 1 YOU LUCKY are Enjoy Earn fpr Can u It's an old Antiques with arid he demand lor item never ceases among regular tenders and users ol Ads DIAL CLASSIFIED p.m B CO IQ JOO p m To insert bt in 24 In of public silt Miil lo gum 410 SI 7 9 p.m Monday 2 to and 7 to 9 p.m Interment In S Francis cemetery Cona 3 197 He Youd widow of Ih lair Fred Youd of Bldg Al Succes Park to foVe place o Monday n SI o Ihc convenience cf the family Ther will be no calling by reproductive tract J Mrs Hoyt and White Hous 1 physician William Lukash ac Mrs Carter to ih hospital Sunday No schedule changes ar planned for the First Lady wh is preparing or a visit lo Cana da later this MAINE AREA e LOWEST WAGE RAT 0 AUGUSTA Maine A Sr I SHELTON Services wi take place Tuesday for Georg A Sheehy Sr 70 of 1 Meadow street president c Sheehy and Son a riggin company die Thursday in Elmira whi on vacation there The funeral will be at In the funeral home 390 River roa and 10 in St Joseph church Burial in Movi ct cemetery Derby at afer dale Anthony A T Services for V A 63 M e a mechar by Town of Trur bull the owner of the form garage who died Sund in Bridgeport hospital will la place Wednesday at S in REPORT TURNS OUT Hardened wax affected my hearing for 35 Afn Donil S Jones When slie went to simply chances are he doctor who will recommend Drops izo in treating car since Drops is Mrs mended by thousands ot lors who know it safely softens as earwax so it can be removed a treatment for this condition easily In fact more doctors If you suspect you have any recommend Drops sort of hearing problem or dis- than all other order you too should see your brands of car drops combined! physician immediately If i June in the Lewis area was lowest in Ne England and selected metr areas the U.S Department says The Labor Department sa o the average wage in Lew sto e Auburn was an hour con Jt pared to n stale average i a national average Maine's average hourly wa in was higher than 1 1S level in a 1 he average hour wage in gland was paid in the Con area Connecticut's to Average was highest of the s as New England slates and w pegged at an MAN 36 CHARGED v IN INJURY OF MINO Stratford Police arrested a 3 Stratford man over tl d weekend on a Superior Cou Bench warrant charging hi d- with impairing morals of of girl Michael Ricci of 25 McKink avenue S ratford was charge o with risk of injury lo childn f is held in he port Correctional center c North avenue in of bond arrest from e investigation by Nancy of a charge th x Ricci had been sexually i as with a mino since Jan ary of this of a radioactive device th Into an open Held Bloomfield has turned out to 1 else An unidentified man callt Saturday 3 p.m said reporting he had just r minor hums from small package Ihal fell earth Police investigated and four the man had been burned corrosive acid leading from in a device designed relay information ahout t upper atmosphere to weath forecasters on earth The device had been launch in January from Albany police MArV 25 FOUND DEAD e IN BACKYARD HER A man identified as Fed ee Delgado 25 of Middl a lown was found dead today hanging by his be from a fence in the rear yard icj SS Black Rock avenue y Police said w a apparent suicide The hoc to was taken to Park City hospil he on orders from Dr George cr Molnar examine pending an autopsy ed Detectives are seeking f determine what he man w doing in the Bridgeport Get i
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