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   Bridgeport Post, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1962, Bridgeport, Connecticut                              THIRTY-TWO THE BRIDGEPORT POST, TUESDAY. MARCH 6, 1962. FILM FANS PICK MARILYN, HESTON HOLLYWOOD, March The world's favorite movie stars are Marilyn Monroe and Charl- ton Heston, in the opinion of fans polled by the Hollywood Foreign Press association. The association gave the pair Its Golden Globes awards at its 19th annual presentation cere mony Monday night. "The Guns of Navarone" iva named best dramatic film of the year and "West Side Story" thi best musical. Other awards went to "Thi as the ebst foreign-made film, and to "A Majority of named the film contributing mos to International understanding. Best-director citation went to Stanley Kramer for "Judgmen at Nuremberg." Producer Sam uel Bronston got a special meri award for "El Cid." The Golden Globes are voted by newspaper countries. readers in 51 DRIVER CLEARED IN FATAL CRASH A coroner's finding today rul- ed out criminal blame in a two- car head-on collision which killed a Norwalk man Jan. 15 on the Merritt parkway in New Canaan. Killed instantly was William Roth, 52, of Felix lane, whose east-bound auto was struck by a west-bound car driven by Daniel Scanlon, 25, of Manchester, N.H. Coroner Isadore L. Kotler said that while the accident was caused by Scanlon having skid- ded across the narrow divider strip, the driver was not to blame since there was no t dence of speeding or other negli- gent conduct. It had been raining and the roadway was wet, the coroner reported. The crash oc- curred at p.m. as Scanlon approached a curve. GEORGE L. HICKOX DIES IN FLORIDA BONITA SPRINGS, Fla., March Lauman Hickox, a re- tired mechanical engineer and former resident of Stratford and Milford, Conn., of Bonita Springs, died Sunday in Naples. Services will take place Satur- day at a time to be announced by the George J. Smith and Son funeral home, 135 Broad street, Milford, and burial will be in Kings highway cemetery, Mil- ford. Born in Springfield, 111., Mr. Hickox was the son of Douglas H. and Jennie Keyes Hickox. The family were among the early set- tlers of Sangamon County, Illi- nois. Mr. Hickox was a naval veter- an serving under Admiral Dewey at the Battle of Manila Bay and saw service in the Philippine In- surrection. He was a member of the Na- thaniel Bishop Camp, Spanish War Veterans, of Bridgeport and the First Church of Christ Scien- tist, Boston, and a member of the Christian Science society of Naples. Mr. Hickox was an electrical New Work Incentive: Trading Stamp Awards NAUGATUCK, March (UPI) A new incentive work program at the U. S. Rubber Co. will fatten the pay en- velopes of production work- ers. But, the envelopes wjll not contain additional Instead the company will add trading stamps. The company announced yesterday that awards will be made on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. NIKITA DEMANDS FARMaVERHAUL MOSCOW, March Pre- mier Khrushchev has called for a sweeping overhaul of the Soviel Union's agricultural system to provide more meat and other food for the expanding Soviet population. Poor management of Russia's collective farms has "seriously jeopardized" the country's agri- cultural program, Khrushchev warned in a six-hour speech yes- terday before the opening ses- sion of a Communist party Cen- tral committee meeting called to approve new agricultural plans. To cope with the mounting food shortage. Khrushchev proposed: vast areas of grass land in grain, despite ob- jections from some agriculture experts that this departure from :he traditional crop rotation sys- tem will result ultimately in less production. production of :arm machinery and encouraging .he farmers to make better use of it. production of chemical fertilizers now in criti- cally short supply. the farm la- force with city youths, in- cluding girls. The premier warned that the ioviet population, now at 200 mil- ion, will reach.between 250 and 280 million in the near future. Failure to increase farm pro- duction accordingly will "confront he country with great diffi- culties and the cause of building communism will be seriously damaged." Khrushchev declared. The Soviet premier noted com- plaints from various cities that here is little meat or butter for sale in shops. "The fact is that we simply do not have enough he said. "The party and the govern- ment are concerned about this tale of affairs and are under- aking measures to increase meat >roduction in 8 short period of ime." Proposes Agency Khrushchev proposed setting up a new government agency to in- thoroughly the needs of collective and state farms and di- ed the individual development if each farm. Noting that luction and agricultural pro- especially stock arming had slowed down, Khrushchev said the fault lay tartly with "many leaders (who) elaxed their attention to agri- ulture and the needs of collec- .ive and state farms." The premier warned, however, TWO CHILDREN DIE AS PARENTS PRAY CHICAGO, March 6 (UPI) Two young children died ot pneu monia yesterday after their par ents had spent hours praying over the youngsters. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Har- lan Jones, are believers in faitl: healing. Bronchial pneumonia was listed as the cause of death in both cases, although Timothy Mark four, also suffered from chronic pleurisy and one lung was col- while Marilyn Lucille, five, also had an ear infection. Asked why he didn't call a doctor, Ijie father, Harlan, 33 said: "I Relieve in praying for healing." Jones, whose wife is expecting another child, said the death ol his two youngsters would not af- fect his faith in divine healing. "I have seen too many cures to lose my he said. G. D. RIEDEL, 67, WESTPORT, DIES WESTPORT, March R. Riedel, 67, of 2 Tierney lane, Greens Farms, retired executive of the General Motors Overseas Operations division, died at p.m. yesterday in St. Vincent's hospital, where he was admitted as a surgical patient Jan. 18. Services will take place Thurs- day at 11 a.m. in St. Luke church with a requiem Mass. Burial will be in Utica, N.Y. An employe of General Motors 38 years, Mr. Riedel conducted offices at divisional headquarters in New York, Europe and South America. He was regional direc- tor of the division's Mediterra- nean area, manager of its- Wash- ington office, head of its Frigid- aire and household appliances department and managing direc- tor of General Motors operations in Buenos Aires, Argentina. From 1955 until his retirement in June 1959, Mr. Riedel served as manager of the Overseas Divi- sion's vehicle sales staff. Surviving are his wife, Lora C. Common Riedel; a son, Patrick Henry of Greens Farms; a daughter, Mrs. Halsted Wheel- of Darien and a sister, John Lennon, of Utica. John J. Geaney Services for John J. Geaney, 61, of 189 Hilltop circle, Trum- bull, who died Saturday, took1 )lace today in St. Catherine of iiena church with a solemn high tfass of requiem. Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery. The Rev. Edmund J. Murray, :SC, brother-in-law of Mr. Geaney, was the celebrant, as- sisted by the Rev. Edward Hal- oran, deacon and the Rev. Rob- ert J. Usensa, sub-deacon. Com- mittal prayers were read by Fa- ther Murray. Attending the services were instructor on the staff of the that need for State Trade school in Bridgeport. He resided in Milford and Strat- ford until 1948 when he moved to Florida. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. lovernor John Dempsey, Attor- ney General Albert C. Coles and Col. Robert Beckwith, of the Gov- ernor's staff and a delegation rom the Connecticut State Po- ice association. Also, in attendance were Com- Conkling of State George Finance OBITUARIES Mrs. Charles H. Blayborn Services for Mrs. Jennie Blay- born, 75, of 851 Myrtle avenue, widow of Charles H. Blayborn, who died last night in Hillside home, will take place Thursday at a time to be announced by the Lieberum and Heaphy fu- neral home, 866 Lafayette street. Burial will be in Mountain Grove cemtery. Mrs. Blayborn, a resident of Bridgeport 40 years, has no known survivors. Mrs. Richard Benninger Services for Mrs. Caroline Weiss Benninger, 86, of 700 Bron- son road, Southport, the widow of Richard Benningtjr, who died Monday in her home, were con- ducted today in the Fred Herbs! funeral home, Brooklyn, N.Y. Burial was in Greenwood ceme- tery, Brooklyn. Mrs. Benninger was a native of New York city and had re- sided in Southport since October. She formerly lived in Darien ;even years. She is survived by a son, Alex- ander Benninger, of Southport; ;wo step-daughters, Mrs. Charles Bader, of Wilton and Mrs. Ches- .er Lindroth, of Valley Stream, M.Y.; two brothers, Anthony Weiss, of Hamden and Fred Weiss of Brooklyn, N.Y.; a sis- .er, Mrs. Emma Cope, of Elm- hurst, N.Y. and four grandchil- dren. Mrs. Joseph Berta Services for Mrs. Mary Snyder Berta, 85, of 176 Poplar street, widow of Joseph Berta, who died -riday, were conducted today in he First Hungarian Church of Christ by the Rev. Emil Nagy, >astor. Burial was in Mountain jrnve cemetery. Charles P. Brady Services for Charles P. Brady, 73, of 1142 Barnum avenue, who died Saturday, took place today n St. Ambrose church with a solemn high Mass of requiem. Burial was in St. Michael's ceme- .ery. Celebrant was the Rev. John Cavanaugh, assisted by the Rev. Francis Prankus, deacon, and the Rev. James O'Kane, sub- Paul William Flanagan Services for Paul William Flan- agan, 75, of 327 Alpine street, who died Saturday, took place to day in St. Charles church with a solemn high Mass of requiem. Burial was in St. Michael's ceme- tery. Mrs. Stepiicn Hudak Services for Mrs. Elvira Pinero Hudak. 47, wife of Stephen Hu- dak, of C72 High street, Fairfield, who died yesterday, will take place Thursday at 10 a. m. the Shaughnessey Brothers fu- neral hone, 50 Reef road. Fair- field. Burial will be in Xakeview cemetery. Mrs. Hudak was a resident of Fairfield 40 years. Surviving are a daughter. Gail Hudak of Fairfield; a brother, Manuel Pinero of Fairfield; two sisters. Mrs. Arthur Smith and Mrs. John Lukomske, both of Fairfield, and several nieces and nephews. James D. Kennedy Services for James D. Kenne- dy. 30, of 29 West Liberty street, who was killed Sunday in an auto accident in Greenwich, will take place Sunday in Boykins, Ala. The M. McDonald Isaac, Jr., funeral home, 985 Stratford ave- nue, is in charge of arrange- ments. Born in Boykins, Mr. Kennedy was a resident of Bridgeport four years. He was employed as a machine operator by the Reliable Steel Drum company three years. Mrs. Minnie Petteway, both of Bridgeport, and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. John Knapik Services for Mrs. Pauline Sekel- sky Knapik, 73, of 240 Burritt avenue, Stratford, widow of John Knapik, who died Saturday, took Mace today in Holy Name of Jesus church, with a solemn high Vlass of requiem. Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery. Celebrant was the Rev. John tal. >o read the came to America many years ago, located in HARRY NOTICES 1 employes of N.Y., and had been a WIDOW, _ jn this city. March 4. 1967. were Arthur lim-Niedzwiecki, of Danbury for the past 52 March 6 A, ramfno. widow of Adolfo ramtno Kt'fthwwd Ave. Friends RiU. John is survived by a son, for Mrs. Alma Duffield Ueberuin and Heapli.v funeral J. Posem of Danbury; 06, of 65 Church lane, Wj Lafayette Si., on .Wcdne.i- of Mr. Norko's Mrs. Jacob of Dr. Harry S. Phillips, J'elcr's church at s. Cyril and Oakville, Mrs. George Monday in her home, a solemn high Mass of requiem be celebrated. Burial in H. Mich- ttended the Anthony Scalzo, St., conducted Wednesday at cemetery. Friends may ca'lMroin Richardson and m. in Chris! and Holy to 10 p.m. on Monday, and from 2 to 5 and 7 lo 1 0 on Tuesday. J. Pauli, all of church, by the ihis citv. March 5 Herbert J. grandchildren, and Schrocder. rector. B. DuBois Sr., husband 'of Kva vood, will be in Willow Brook PuBois. of 75 st Funeral services win be held on Wed- and HoMlken, 3 p.m. from .stratlor-i fu- day in Miama. P. in Lombardy, of Dennis an'l D'Arcv, ?6! 1 Main Kt. Interment in Union cerr-! ice tomorrow March Mrs. Phillips had Friends mov call Tuesday. 2 ens of Heaven cem Fla. Ippnnrt Mr John F. llouyou. 59, of Hayes-town road, who died this area 38 years. Surviving arc a son, J. In this city, Marcti 3rd. John J. (.cloved husband of take urial in tery. Fo Born in Bridgeport. Mr. O'Con- nell was employed at the Rem- ington Arms company while re- siding here. He was a piano play- er with several Bridgeport mus- ical organizations. He was em- ployed at the General Food com- pany of Hoboken, until he moved o Florida after becoming ill. Surviving are his wife, Grace McDonald O'Connell; four sons, Richard J., Thomas F., and Her- bert J. O'Connell, Jr.. all of Hollywood and John F. O'Connell, of New York city; two brothers, Harold J., of Bridgeport and Charles J. O'Connell, of Fair- field; one sister. Mrs. Mary A. Egan, of Bridgeport, nine grand- children and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Alexander Repasy Services for Mrs. Mollie Re- pasy, 79, of 76 Pratt street. Fair- field, widow of Alexander Re- pasy, who died yesterday in Pine View Convalescent hospital, Step- ney, took place today in the Spear funeral home. The Rev. He is survived by a brother, William B. Molnar pastor of Willie Kennedy and a sister, the Silliman Memorial Baptist church, officiated. Burial was in Park cemetery. Surviving are two sons, Paul P. Repasy of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Alexander M. Repasy of Fairfield; two grandchildren, and six great grandchildren. took place' today in the of St. Gregory the Great with a solemn high Mass of requiem. Burial was in SI. Peter's ceme- tery. Mr. Houyou was a native of Still River district. He was last employed by the former Boesch Manufacturing company. He is survived by his wife. Mrs. Nellie Borodenko Houyou: j daughter, Mrs. Eugene F. Mc- Cabe of Leawood, Kans.; a sis- ter. Mrs. Louclla Duffield. of On- tario, and four grandchildren. GOVERNOR AT RITES FOR JOSEPH M. TONE NEW HAVEN, March Gov. John N. Dempsey and other two sons. John R. and Joseph 'state and Iocal dignitaries were on hand for services yesterday for Joseph M. Tone, former State Labor commissioner. State and city police provided an honor guard. A solemn high Mass of requiem was celebrated at St. Peter's church. Those who attended, in addi- tion to Dempsey. included State Police Commissioner Leo J. Mul- cahy. who is Tone's son-in-law, Labor Commissioner Renato Ric- ciuti, and Mayor Richard C. Lee of New Haven. Tone, a former state senator, died last week at the age of 72. Houyou, of Danbury; a step-son, Arthur Regina of Babylon, L.I.; a daughter, Mrs. Genevieve Smith of Danbury; his mother, Mrs. Emma Houyou of New Fairfield; a sister. Mrs. Marion Nichols of New Fairfield; four grandchil- dren, and several nieces and nep- hews. John Carroll DANBURY, March 6-Services for John Carroll, 58. manager of farm on Aunt Hack road, who died Saturday, were conducted today in the Tomlinson Home- stead by the Rev. Stoddard B. Williams, pastor of the King Street Christian church. Burial was in Elmwood cemetery, Bcth- iel. Mr. Carroll was born in South Miss Julia S. Rowe Services for Miss Julia S. Rowe, 99, formerly of 692 Strat- ield road, Fairfield, who died Friday, took place today in the Bishop funeral home. The Rev. I. Tomis, assisted by the Rev.! Ronald Law, of the Fairfield deacon. Father Cavanaugh' read! Joseph W. Pekar. deacon, and! Grace Methodist church, officiat- he committal. Bearers were James Michael J. Burial was in Milan cemetery, jsub-deacon. Father Pekar read! Milan, N.Y. :lne committal. Robert Mahowjy, William Bearers were Ronald and John! William Barnhard, Edward Fitz- Patrick and Wilson Gorham. John S. Budnick Services for John S. Budnick. of 701 Howard avenue, who died :aturday, took place today in St. Michael the Archangel church. Burial was in St. Michael's ceme- ery. Celebrant of the Mass was the ,ev. Thomas Partyka, who also ead the committal. Bearers were John Grega, Ana- Jazy Chmielewski, Roman Kwik. Michael Sadowski, Walter Sawicki :nd Vincent Szomka. Mrs. Mathew Cannizzio Services for Mrs. Lucia D'An- dola Cannizzio, widow of Mathew iannizzio, of Canaan Village, Stratford, formerly of 517 East >lain street, Bridgeport, who died Saturday, took place today n Holy Rosary church with a olemn high Mass of requiem. iurial was in St. Michael's ceme- tery. Celebrant was the Rev. A. Fred Knapik, Stephen Sekelsky, Sr., Cornelius J. Spillane fo" .Tosenh Andrew Tomasko, Edward Pistey Spillane, 52, of 194 Wilmot ave- and Stephen Widomski. Miss Clara F. Kohler Services for Miss Clara F. Koh- ler, of 66 Beaverbrook lane, Fair field, who died Sunday, will take place tomorrow at 2 fxm. in the Dennis and D'Arcy funeral home, 1046 Fairfield avenue, with the Rev. Frederick J. Allsup, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. nue, wno died yesterday, will take place tomorrow at a.m. in the Charles T. Pistey and Sons funeral home, 255 Barnum ave- nue, and at 10 o'clock in Blessed Sacrament church with a Mass of requiem. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. Miss Helen Sverbel Services for Miss Helen Sver- Ernest 0. Wilson, Sr. RIDGEFIELD, March ices for Ernest Oscar Wilson, Sr.. of Branchville. who estab- lished the first funeral home 'n Salem. N.Y., spent his early who died Sunday, in Brewster, N.Y., and had liv-jwill take place Wednesday at 2 ed in Danbury 23 years. Since p.m. in the Tomlinson Home- 1.941, he had been farm managerj.stead, 336 Main street. Danbury, fcr the Mrs. Stanley Richteriwith the Rev. Walter S. R. Pow- of 18? Hill- toil circle, Trumtmll. Funeral KPfvjcpt will held on Tuesfliiy. at a in. fi-cm the fyrll K. Mullm luneral home. 399 White Plains rood, at Exit 50. Merrill parkway, and ai 10 a.m. with H solemn rush jiass of retiuiem at ft. Catherine or Siena church. Inier- mont in St. cemetery. may call Sunday from 7 to 9 p. in. and Monday from 2 to 9 p.m. HIM r.rnlKeport, March 5 Klvjia Pmcrr Hmtuk. brloved wife sieve Hudak (.f 672 Hich siren. Kair- fipid. Kneads ore invited tn attend the fimi-uil from the MmughncMty nrothers Reef road. Kairfi .Mar nt estate on Aunt Hack road. He is survived bv his I ell, of the Jesse Lee Memorial his wife the Methodist church, officiating. Cre- former Irene DeNicke; three mation wil1 be in Mountain Grove brothers, Frank and James Car- roll, both of rd Carroll 3rewster, and Rich- of Carmel, N.Y.; three sisters. Mrs. Kathcrim Flanagan and Miss Ellen Car- roll, both of Brewster; Mrs. Mary LaCava nf Danbury; and by sev- eral nieces and nephews. Edwin A. Davis DANBURY, March for Edwin Aupustus Davis, 74, of Mill Plain road, who died Satur- day, took place today in the Schmidt funeral home. The Rev. Stoddard B. Williams, pastor of the King Street Christian church, officiated, and burial was in Mill- town Rural cemetery, Milltown, officiating. Burial will be in Mountain Grove cemetery. Miss Mary Kiely Miss Mary Kiely, of 170 Milne street, died today in her home. Services will take place Thurs- day at a.m. in the M. J. _ bel, 30, formerly of Mr. Davis was born in Ellen- of 662 Sedgwick avenue, Strat- ville- N-Y-. and had ford, who died Saturday, will take'Sldent of Danbury 60 place tomorrow at a.m. in! He is survived by the Charles T. Pistey and SonsiMaurice Davis of Danbury, and funeral home, 255 Barnum ave-; Donald Davis of New Fairfield; nue and at 9 o'clock in St. Jamesja daughter. Mrs. Charles Tease a re- years. two sons, crematory. Bridgeport. Harry James Strugnell REDWOOD CITY, Calif., March 6 Services for Harry James Strugnell. 78. of 83 Jeter street, retired regional sales manager of the Remington Arms company, who died in his home Sunday, will take place Wednesday White Oaks Chapel, San Carlos, Calif. Adolph G. Bergmann SHEL'iON. March 6 Serv- ices for Adolph G. Bergmann, 64 of Pine Rock Park, who died Sunday, will take place Wednes- day at 2 p. m. in the Jensen fu- neral home, 52 State street, An- sonia. Burial will be in Beaver- dale Memorial park, Hamden. Mrs. Benjamin H. Locke WESTPORT, March 6 Serv- ices for Mrs. Mary K. Locke, 72, formerly of Westport, widow of Benjamin H. Locke, who died Gannon funeral home, 515 will ington avenue, and at 9 o'clock in c St. Augustine's cathedral with a funeral Mass. Burial will be in St. Thomas' cemetery, Fairfield. A life resident of Bridgeport, Miss Kiely was a member of the Queen's Daughters, Our Lady's Guild of St. Augustine's cathedral Stratford, with a solemnjof White Plains, N.Y.; two sis- Sunday, will take place Wednes- be in St. Michael's cemetery. Chester Steinbach Services for Chester Steinbach, 70, of 161 Verona boulevard, Ltn-jMrs. Stanley Weiss (Wisnewski) ers, Mrs. Oscar Carlson of Ken- tucky and Mrs. Kitlee Benedict of Colorado Springs, Colo.; and seven grandchildren. day at 10 a. m. in the Fables of Westport, 215 West State street. Burial will be in Lawncroft ceme- tery, Fairfield. denhurst. Long Island, N.Y., for- merly of Bridgeport, who died Friday in his home, took place Russell Whitham of Springfield, been funncled into heavy in- assisted by the Rey.'and ,ne Councifof Catholic Worn! Lindenhurst. Burial was u} Miuuiu nui and James Carey, assist-Salvatore Zocco, deacon, and the Michael's cemeterv St-at- Shortages in fertilizer and farmiant State Ccmptroller. Anthony J. Intagliata, sub-: surviving are several niereVford' machinery are partly due to the; Bearers were Russell. John and Ideacon. Father Zocco read theL-Tj [PnhpL _____ fact that so much Soviet Murray, Thomas and [committal. y '_____ j Anthonv Tambakis Vt.; three sons, Douglas H. Marlboro, N. H., C. Stuart of mdustna Orono, Maine, and Lester E. Hickox of Niles, Michigan; two sisters and nine grandchildren. David Casev and John Gleason. Bearers were Frank Thomas, CAR DIVES INTO RIVER AND FLIPS; 3 ESCAPE WATERBURY, March Three young men escaped seriou: injuries today when their auto ran off a bridge and dropped about 15 feet into the Naugatuck river. The auto landed upside down in about four feet of water after hitting an icy patch in the road and plunging through a guard rail. Released after treatment at Waterbury hospital were Donald Boyce. 21. of 137 Chestnut ave- nue, Waterbury; James Murrican. 23, of 45 Beacon Manor circle, Naugatuck, and Frank Estes, 22, of 10 May street, Naugatuck. The accident occurred on the Aurora street bridge. HEAD-ON CRASH FATAL TO UPSTATE DRIVER, 22 THOMASTON, March Kenneth Stoddard, 22, of Ply- mouth, died last night in Water- bury hospital of injuries received in a head-on collision of two cars on Route 8. Thomaston. The accident yesterday was one of five that occurred within a half hour in this area. It was the first traffic fatality in Thomaston since November, I960. a bid to surpass U. S. might. Mrs_ prank Vertulli jJoseph Rich, Matthew Attacks U. S. j WATERBURY, March and August Villela. Khrushchev took an occasionalJAnn Palladino Vertulli, 59, wife of Theodore Lapenta Services for Anthony Tambakis, I _..... in J JLIlCUUUli: LiilUCllla "L1 1U1 JIULIIUIIJ A.MittwMin.J, Services for Theodore former owner of the Center Of the Rev. Joseph, restaurant in Fairfield, who died Dot shot at the United States Vertulli. of Easton avenue, his marathon speech. 'died today in St. Mary's hospi- "The imperialists of the United i Mrs. Adolfo Camino Services for Mrs. Katherine Ca- 6_71 Beechwood in ,he Laraia and Sagarinoi Orthodox church. Burial States, he said at one point.: Services will take place Fri- wno died Sunday, will tate how ,4- Woodlawn cemetery, are worried most of all by at 9 a.m. in the Albino fu- tcmorrow. at a.m. in the and at 0-dock in d j Lapenta, assistant pastor of Holy: Sunday, will take place Wednes (Rosary church, Ansonia, who died'day. Sunday in St. Francis' hospital.! They will be conducted at 2 will take place Wednesday at 10 p.m. in the Holy Trinity Greek Mrs. Alexander A. MacLean MILFORD, March 6-Services! WESTPORT. March 6-Mrs. for Airs. Mary Weiss, widow of j Helen Mulry MacLean, 81, of 19 Stanley Weiss, of 8 Hayes drive, jSniffin road, widow of Alexander Devon, who died Sunday, Ivill'A. MacLean, died Monday. take place Wednesday at Services will take place Thurs- a. m. in the Charles W. in Our Lady of Mer.cy giello and Sons 70S Park avenue. at 9 o'clock in St. church with a solemn high Mass of requiem. Burial will be in Sr. Michael's cemeterv, Stratford. fnncril 'hnmp Ichurch, Belmont, Mass. Burial be j" Ho'y program of the Communist home, East Farm and Heaphy funeral church with a solemn ty of the Soviet Union which hasjand at 10 o'clock in St. Lucy's Lafavette street, and at of requiem. Burial will le set the task of creating commu-jchurch with a high Mass of re-jo'dock in St. Peter's church'jn Mount St. Benedict Lavcrne Marie Kelly M1LKORD, March 6 Services 1-averne Marie Kelly, H. MacLean, of West- month-old daughter of Mr. and port. Maiden, Mass. Arrangements are in charge of the home, Mount Auburn street, Wa- tertown, Mass. Mrs, MacLean, a native of Chelsea, Mass., lived in Westport two years. She is survived by her son, nist abundance as opposed tolquiem. Burial w capitalist abundance." !cemetery. Western correspondents were! Born in Waterbury, Mrs. cemetery. barred from the closed meeting, jtulli was a life-long resident. j Moscow's leading papers came] Surviving, in addition to hen John Cieciuch ho years" by the Arrow-Hart "fiS oY rlif Elm 'street a sister, Barbara Jean; out today with eight-page edi-jhusband are six children and at Services for John Cicciucn, Electric company until widow of'George A. Wood paternal grandparents, Mr. tions, seven of which carried Nicholas J. Palladino of [of 275 Park street, who died yes-Jhis retirement three years ago. 'died Saturday, will take 'place'and Mrs. Samuel Kelly; and her I be in a solemn high Mass of re-iBloomfteld iquiem. Burial will be in St. Mi-' Born in Potenza, Italy, Mr. La- jpenta resided in the Hartford area 47 years. He was employed The John M. Shaughnessay Samuel Kelly of 1M neral home. 1903 Pose road. avenue, who died field, is in charge of arrange-Jlook today in ihe Cody: ments. funer.il home. Burial was. _____ j in St. Mary's cemetery. H Mrs. George A. Wood In addition to her parents, she Services for Mrs. Mattie survived by a brother. James DEATH NOTICES text of Khrushchev's address. Fairfield. ARCHBISHOP TO TOUR U.S. NEW YORK. March 6 (UPI) The presiding bishop of the Epis-1 ___________ copal church, announced todayj NEW YORK, March A that the Archbishop of Canter-j National Airlines plane returned WOMAN'S 'WARNING' PI ANF rLHIMC (erday, will take place tcmorrow j in addition to his son, he is sur-tomorrow at "2 p..m. in the Ed- naternal grandfather, Edwin Hop- at a.m. in the Radozycki fu- vived by his wife, Julia Cavallo'ward P. Mahar and Son funeraljkins. ncral home, 305 Pulaski street, Lapenta; another son, Rocco 682 Main street, Benning- bury will address the House of Bishops of the Protestant Epis- copal church in the United States next October. The announcement, made by the Rt. Rev. Arthur to Idlewild airport 36 minutes aft- er takeoff for Norfolk. Va., yes- terday because a woman passen- ger cryptically warned of dan- ger. Rev. Arthur Michael Ramsey will arrive in New York Oct. for a month-long tour of the United States and will address the an- nual meeting of the Protestant Episcopal church in Columbia S. C. band is after the unidenti- fied passenger told a stewardess. The pilot was notified and head- ed back, meanwhile alerting the field by radio. PEDESTRIAN KILLED NATICK. Mass.. March 6-! ed safely and the 38 passengers were evacuated. The Fire de- partment, with emergency equip- ment waiting, nt first understood a bomb might be aboard the plane. But a search failed to dis- close any explosives. cnTAt> rt a car last night as she return-! A rash of false bomb scares SOLAR SHOT DELAYED (ed home from counting votes in plasucd airlines over the week- CAPE March anual town election. Officialsjend Among planes searched were 'An attempt to orbit ajidentified the driver as National flights "solar observatory" satellite wasiF. Chamberlain, 40, of Belling-i Later. Fire Commisioner Ed- (UPI) Mrs. Harriet S. Kclley, 67; of Natick was struck and kiiledi Plane is unsafe, my hus- and at 10 o'clock in St. Michael the Archangel church with a sol- emn requiem Mass. Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. George B. DuBois, Sr. Services for George B. DuBois, Sr.. 63, of 75 Stewart street, take who died yesterday. place tomorrow at 3 p. m. in morrow at a.m. in the Rob- the Dennis and D'Arcy Stratford crt E. Henncssy funeral home, penta, and a daughter, Mrs. ton, Vt. Burial will be in Park- Eleanor Pinto; both of lawn cemetery, Bennington. four grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Hugh S. Morgan Services for Hugh S. Morgan, 77, of 351 Tesiny avenue, who died Sunday, will take place to- Mrs. William Weyant DANBURY, March for Mrs. Alina S. Weyant, 94, wi-jroe. who died Sunday, wil dow of William H. Weyant of Wednesday at a. Morris street, who died Saturday uie Cod' Mrs. George Monroe NEW HAVEN. March 6-Serv- ices for Mrs. Charlotte Bcards-j lev Monroe, 65, of 407 Howard avenue, widow of Georpe Mon-i take m. in White funeral hnnie. 107 this March 1. 1562. M.T-V xir.ver B-rta. of Joseph Kcrt.i of -76 Poplar fc't. FrjenUi to attend the (uiscral from the ['inera! .-esxi'-iicc of Frank PcEke and 1546 Fiiirflcld avenue on Tuesday fit j.vm. and a: the First Huncar- ian United Church or Christ n: 2 j'.m. The P.cv. Emit Nagy officiating. Interment m Mt. Grove cemetery. Fnenrts may call 2-10 p.m. Sunday and Monday. this city March 5. 1942. Mrs. Jennie Blayborn. cif 35' -Myrtle avenue. Friends are invitc'i to attend tl-e tuneral from the and funeral hnme 8i6 Lafayette St nt ti to lie cemetery. Boston, Mass.. March 4 vlolrh (T. Pprsninr.n. of Heainco Vyse Fcrcmntin of Pine Kock Park, Conn, Funeral servicps bo hf the Filosa Convalescent streqj. Milford. and at l! siasc' strrc't. home took place Sunday in the (o'clock in St. Tomlinson Homestead, with the' f 1 O JntTmcrit w........... Knend-! may rail on Tuei- '-10. Wednesday. 2-5. 7-10. KOIH.ril-In rliv March 4 "Jf.7 f'lara F. Kohler. sister Ennlv Kohlrr ami Mrs. Robert K. Cooper" of Beaverhrook Lane. Falrfirtrt. servires wsll be held on Wed- nesday at 2 p.m. irorn funrral home rf Dennis anil D'Arcy. 1C-16 FairdeM svenue. Interment :n Mountain Grove cemelery. Friends may call Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Ptratford. March 3 Pauline Knapik. beloved wife nt tho laie John Knopik ot 2dO Bur- rift avenue, Stratford. Friends are in- vited to at lend the funeral Tuesday at a.m. m the Edmund A Lu- rhansky funeral home. 2189 Earnum nvenue. Stratford. Thence to Holy Name of church (or solemn requiem -Mass at o n.m. Interment in St. Mich- ael's cemetery. Friends may call Sun- day. 7-10 p.m. and Monday, 3-5, p.m. LOCKH _. in Fairficld, March 4 196? -Mary Kimball Locke, wife of the laic Benjamin H. Locke, formerly of West- port. Funeral services from 'The Fa- bles of Westport." 215 West Stale St. West port, on Wednesday. March 7th nt 10 a.m. Interment in Ljnvncroft cemetery. Fairfield. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday evening r-9 p.m. MOXKOIV-In .Vew Haven, March A Chailotte Heanisley Monnw wt. dow of Oeorce Monroe, of 407 Howard avenue. New Haven. In her 66th ;.ear Funeral services will he held at Cody- JVhite funeral 1C7 Broad street. Milford, Wednesday, at a.m. with n requiem hirh Mass nt ft. Peter's church. New Haven, to a.m. Inter- ment In East Lawn cemetery East Haven Friends may call Tuesday. 3.9 P.m. MOKr.AN_in this city March 1962 Hush S', Morjran. husband of Isabella Fee Morgan of 351 Testiny avenue. Frlenas are invited in atteiyl the fu- neral frnm ihe Robert E. Hennessv I-unera! Home. ilnin street. Wed- nesday at a.m. in St. Patrick's church at 9 a.m. with a solem.i re- Mass. Inlirment in St. Michael's cemetery. Friends may rail Monday after 7 p.m.. Tuesday afternoorwnnd cvpnlns. I'arklns in the rear ot the funeral home. this city March 4. Miss Esther Olsen of 13? Herkimer street Pen-ices private nt the funeral home, of Henry K. Bishop and Son. 1139 Fajrfield avenue on Wednesday Inter- ment at .Mt. Grove cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday 7-9 p.m. Westport, Conn.. March 5. 1962. Alma Duffield Phillips, wife rf the late Dr. Harry S. Phillips of 65 Church Lane. Funeral sen-ices will be held a; Christ and Holy Trinity church. Westport, on Wednesday Mar 7th. at 2 p.m. Interment in Willow Brook cemetery. Friends may col! at the Charles H. Lewis funeral home, East State Pi., Westport, Tuesday, 7 lo C p.m. REPASV In Stepney, Conn., March 5 1C6I. -Molly Kenasy, widow of Alexander Repasy of 7o Pratt St.. Fairfietd Funeral services win be held Irom the Albert W. Spear Funeral Home, 1222 Fairfield Ave.. on Tuesday March 6 at 2 p.m. Interment in Park Cemetery. this city March 5, J9i2. Cornelius Spillare. age 52. beloved hus- band of Adele McCarthy Spillane of 194 Wilmot avenue. Friends arc Invited to attend the funeral at Charles T. Pistey and sons funeral home, 255 Earnum avenue, cor. Noble, on Wednes- day a.m. and at 10 a.m. from Elessed Sacrament R.C. church with a Mass of requiem. Interment in St. Michael's cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. SVEP.BEL_In Newtown, Conn., March 3. 1962. Helen Everbel, beloved daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sverbel of 662 sedcewick avenue. Stratford. aee 20 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral from the Charles T. Pistey anil Sons, funeral home. 255 Barnum. corner Noble avenue, on Wednesday, at a.m. and from St. James P..C. church at 9 a.m. with a solemn high Mass of reauiera. In- terment in St. Michael's cemetery. Friends may call Monday and Tues- day, 3 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. TAMBAKIS _ In Fairfield, March 4th. 1962. Anthonv Tambakis husband of Tambakis of 40S Old Field F.ii., Fairfleld. Friends are invited M. ijiiiiughriessay funeral home. 1903 Rd., Fairficld, on Wednesday at 1 p.m.. thence to Holy Trinity Grre Orthodox church. 742 Myrtle Ave. at 2 J'.m. Interment in Woodlawn ceme- tery. Stanford. Friends may call Mon- day 7-'0. Tuesday 3-5, 7-10 Rev. Wil- liam S. Kehayes will conduct services Tuesday at 8 P.m. Fidelity Lodse Ko. l C4. of Fairfiold win their ritual on Tuesday at WEISS (Wisnewski) In Milford. liar. 4th. 1962. Mary Weiss, beloved wife of the late Stanley Weiss of, 3-1 Hayes Drive. Devon. Friends are invited io attend the funeral from the Charles w. Douaiello and Sons funeral home. Park Ave.. corner of W. Liberty St.. on Wednesday. March 7th at a.m.. and, from St. George's R. C. church at 9 a.m. with a solemn htKh Mass. Interment in St. Michael's cem- etery. Friends may call on Monday from p.m.. Tuesday 2 to 9 p.m. WOOP In this city. March 3. 1962. Miittie M Wood, widow of George A. Wood of Elm St., Stratford. Fun- era! services win be held, a! (he Ed- ward r. Mahnr and Son funcra! home. 6ZS Main St.. Benninsion. vt.. on Wed- March 7th at 2. p m. Inter- ;n Park Lawn cemetery, Ben- nmaton. vt. by Georsa P. FoiW and Son. funeral home, 2fill Main street j 2936 Main street, and at 9 o'clock! Rev. Dr. Robert S. min- with the Rev. John A. Kauffroth.jin St. Patrick's church with ajister of the First Methodist New Mass. Haven. Burial Peter's with a he church, requiem! i'-ni- in i pastor of the Westminster byterian church, officiating, ial will be in Union cemeterv. minster Pres- solemn requiem Mass. Burial 'iciating. in St. Michael's cemetery. Lawn ccnjctery, East Haven. officiating. Burial was in- Born in Wilbraham. Mass Mrs The four-ensined jet prop land- Born in Dearsville. N. Y. Mr. postponed one day today The accident occnrrcd'ward Thompson identified the- wo- of technical difficulties in a'about 10ft yards from the rocket. The home, moon let is designed to take the first direct, undistorted lonk at the sun to try and find a way to forecast radiation "storms" in space. f The Kamachatka peninsula of northeast Siberia has several ac- tive volcanoes and many hot springs. passenger who sounded the alarm as Mrs. Helen Jewel I of Levitt own, N.Y. She was quoted as saying she was released from a state meivtal hospital last Wed- nesday, and feared her husband wanted to send her back again. DuBois was a resident of Bridge- port 20 years. He formerly was employed by the General Elec- tric company and later was em- ployed by the Park department of the City of Bridgeport. Surviving are bis wife, Eva Donleycott DuBois; a son, George B. DuBois, Jr., of Stratford; four daughters, Mrs. John D. Lankton of Trumbull; Mrs. Otto J. Ro- ger of Yonkers, N. Y., Mrs. Roy J. Bailey of Hartndale. N. Y., and Mrs. Douglas W. Hudgston of Rangor, Me.; a brother, Ray- mond DuBois of Yonkers, N. Y.: two sisters. Miss Olive DuBois of Yonkers and Mrs. Frank Gilli- land of Chatham, N. J.; and several nieces and nephews. Miss Esther Olsen Private services for Miss Esth- er Olsen, of H2 Herkimer years lived with a great who died Sunday, will take place! niece. Miss Helen Sturges. tomorrow in the Henry E. Bishop j She is survived, in addition to and Son funeral home, 1139 Fair-jMiss Sturges. by several other field avenue. Burial will be Mountain Grove cemetery. Joseph S. Norko Services for Jojtfph S. Norko. Monroe had resided in New Ha-! Mis. Weyant was born in 40 years. She was employed- Fairfield. came to Danbury ini as a matron at the Eli Whitney her youth, and for the past sev- [Technical high school New Ha'-i nieces and nephew. Paul Posemecky DANRURY. March for Paul Posemecky, of Wcst- of 31 Beach street, who diedlville avenue, a retired hatter. Saturday, took place today in StsJwho died Sunday, will take place Cyril and Methodius church withjWednesday at 2 p.m. ir. the solemn Mass of requiem. Kurial was in St. Michael's ceme- tery. Dehirv Memorial, 111 Main ar, assistant to the rector nf She was a memtvr of the Coun-i cil of Catholir Women and thej Third Order of St. Dominick. Surviving are five daughters. Mrs. Lome Ramsay, of Prince Edward Island. Can.. Mrs. Ever- ette Haynes, of Fairfield. Iowa. Mrs. Marshal! Moore, of Milford.j Mrs. Francis McDpnoupli, of New Haven, and Mrs. Henry Trufan. of Ansonin; two sons. George and Wallace Monroe, of New Haven; street, with the Rev. John F. three sisters, Mrs. Emma C.ipor- Celebrant was the Rev. .lames' Kpisrona! church, of- Murcko, assisted by thft Burial will be- in Joseph (lorecki, deacon, and the ster cenv.'ii-ry. Rev. John Pitonak, sub-deacon.' Mr. Posemecky was born injrcn. ale, of Pam Springs. Fla.. Mrs. Maro Griswald. of Minison. and Mary Corona, S. P. of r, Mass.; and IS grandchild- NOTK'B Thi-rf bo a TCtn anniversary Mass -r Lfiu-s H. Alinol.T on Marrft J- n: Son: in Holy P.nsary church Y-iur fnt-c and pa'.ipn! retail. Vru 'i.ni n kiivJiv won! (or ciu-h. And (iifii bclnvpd by nu. Tr-c a nuiic -.M'tvi tho heart That loved aid true, AH, r-i'ier ir-n Innl in rflrt Knim one sood as >PIJ You iirt- rot (orKoltpn loved No: win :-ou PV.T bt- us life and memory lad wrii !hcr. We mtss MKI cur nr? As coos we To correct Insertion Memory and Notleei should be iubmltUd In writ- 24 hourt In of publication d n Mall to Post-Telegram, 410 State St., Bridgeport 2, Conn.   

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