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   Bridgeport Post, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1971, Bridgeport, Connecticut                              'fWENTY-EIQHT THE BRIDGEPORT POST, MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1971. METER DIES; WAS HIT BY CAR .Danbury Man Left Bcthc Line of Employes July 25 DANBURY A union employ j.'itruck by an auto when ho let ;n picket lino against tho Con Liglit and Power Co. fa in Bethel died Saturday in Danbury hospital, it was disclosed today, Samuel Glngcll, 58, of Danbury .died of leg and internal injuric received when ho was struck by the car July 25 on Route (1. He had been listed in critical condi lion since being taken to the hos pital. 1 Bethel police said Gingell had left the picket line when he ap parently walked into (lie path of auto driven b'y Sharyn Andrews, 25, of Bethel. She was 5 -served a written warning for .driving with unsafe tires. 1 The accident occurred during a seven week strike against the utility company that ended Friday night when the '.International Brbtherhood of Workers voted to a new contract providing an .eight per cent wage McGurry, 02, of 92 Mcrrlum street, widow of Albert R. Me Garry, who died yesterday h Norwalk hospital, will take place Tuesday at 11 a.m. In the Gocltrc and Conway funeral home, 30 Washington avenue, with the Rev. William W. Sullivan, paste of the Second Baptist church, of flclatlng. Burial will be in Lake view cemetery. Born in Bridgeport, Mrs. Me Carry had been a life-long rcsl dent of the area. Survivors are a son, Albert F McGarra of Sandy Hook; two daughters, Mrs. Emma Smith o Milford and Mrs. Kathcrinc Hu Icux of Fairfield; five brothers Henry Hartman of Stratford, Ed ward Hartman of Bridgeport Carl Hartman of West Haven Clifford Hartman of Nichols, am Milton Hartman of Fairfield; two sisters, Mrs. Ann Camarro o Bridgeport and Miss Emily Hart man; six grandchildren; and sev eral nieces and 48 years. He had been the proprietor of Steve's Market Ncwfield avenue, for 35 ycur.s am had served as vice president o the Fairfield County Wholesale Grocers' association; He was a member of tho Holy Name society of Our Lady of Grace parish anc the William Penn Fraternal association. Survivors are his wife, Mrs Anna Bartok Sebcstycn of Strat ford; two sons, Emery (Jim Sebestyen of Stratford, anc Stephen J. Sebestyen of Fairfield two grandchildren; and sevcra nieces and nephews. Frank J. Smce Services for Frank Josepl Smee, 74, of 482 Colorado avc nue, a clerk for the Mania Mela company, who died yesterday in Park City hospital, will take place Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Lesko funeral home, 1390 Fairfield avenue, with the Rev. Paul Johnson pastor of the Advent Christian church of Stratford, officiating. Burial will be in Mountain Grove cemetery. Born in New Jersey, Mr. Smee had been a life-long resident o this area. He was the former business agent for the International Association of Bridge Structural and Ornamental Iron works of New Haven, Local 532 Survivors are his wife, Mrs Veronica Mackaloff Smee of Bridgeport; a daughter, Mrs Joseph Vondenhoff of Stratford; a sister, Mrs. Josephine liardell of Stratford; two grandchildren; a great-grandson; and two .nephews. Edward Thompson Edward Thompson, 55, of 66 Alden street, Fairfield died in Bridgeport hospital yesterday a p.m. after being admittec August 19 as a medical patient Mrs. John Tyrer Services for Mrs. Muriel N Tyrer, 52, wife of John Tyrer 165 McKinley avenue, who die een a member of the Ladies Guild of Our Lady of the As umption parish and the Polish National Alliance, Group 315. Survivors, in addition to her msband are a son, Stanley M lutier with whom she resided; sister residing in Poland; anc iree grandchildren. Michelc F. Candela Services for Michele F. Can-ela, 42, of 217 Robin street, who led Friday, took place today in t. Augustine cathedral with a Mass of the Resurrection. Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery. The Rev. Francis C. McGrath was the celebrant of the Mass, nd also read the committal. Seated in the sanctuary was the Rt. Rev. .John J. Barney. Bearers were James V. Duva, Vincent W. Cavaliere, Joseph J. "avaliere, Frank Lasarso, Peter Darbisi, Jr., and John McGee. Frank Choromanski Services for Frank Choroman-ki, 81, of 659 Williani street, a etired employe of Bridgeport lospital, who died yesterday in ridgeport hospital will take lace Wednesday at a.m. in le Charles W. Dougiello and Sons uneral home, 798 Park avenue, nd at 9 o'clock in St. Michael he Archangel church with a [ass of the Resurrection. Buri-will be in St. Michael's emetery. The rosary will be recited tomorrow at 7 p.m. in the funeral ome. Born in Poland, Mr. Chororaan-ti had been a resident of ridgeport 13 years. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. niela Dzwonkowski two sons, Frederick horomanski of Fairfield and Choromanski of Trlimhull, four daughters, Mrs. Helen Dob kowskl, Mrs. Alfrlcda Wllccki and Mrs. Lucy Clskowskl, all o Bridgeport, and Mrs. Irene .la hlonowskl of Poland; a slsler Mrs. Vincenta Sakolowski of I'o land; and 15 grandchildren, Manuel A. DcGrace Services for Manuel A. De Grace, 87, of 48 Highland avenue a retired employe of the New Haven railroad, who died yesterday in Bridgeport hospital, wll take place Tuesday at 8 a.m. in the Abriola and Son funeral home 216fl Main street, and at 9 o'clock In Our Lady of Fatima chum with a Mass of the Resurrection Burial will be in St. Michael' cemetery. Born in the Cape Verde Is lands, Mr. DcGrace had been a resident of Bridgeport for 2 years. Survivors are his wife, Mrs Margaret Davis DeGrace o Bridgeport; a son, Manuel A DeGrace Jr., of Bridgeport; a daughter. Miss Marianne DC Grace'of Bridgeport; two broth ers, Jancerio DaGraca of the Cape Verde islands, and Joao DaGraca of Brazil; two sisters rpsiding in the Cape Verde is lands; and several nieces anc nephews. Mrs. Andrew J. Dietz Services for Mrs. Maude Cope and Dietz, of 134 East Glen Ridge road, Stratford, widow o Andrew J. Dietz, who died Friday :ook place today in the Dennis and D'Arcy funeral home. The Rev. Arthur J. Monk, rector o Christ Episcopal church, Strat 'ord, officiated. Burial was in Jnion cemetery. Miss Veronica Dorocak Services and burial for Miss Veronica Dorocak, 64, sister o John Dorocak, 687 Arctic street who. died Saturday in her home in Vysny Slavkov, Czechoslovakia will take place in Vysny Slakov A Mass of the Resurrection wil >e offered Tuesday at 9 a.m. in Sts. Cyril and Methodius church Miss Dorocak was a life-long resident of Czechoslovakia, bu she had come to Bridgeport sev eral times to visit her brother. Survivors, in addition to her Brother, are a niece and a ne phew. Mrs. Thomas J.'Flynn Mrs. Mary Savage Flynn, of Toilsome Hill lane, Fairfield, died yesterday in St. Vincent's hospital. She was the widow of Thomas J. Flynn. Services will take place Wednesday at '9: 30.. a.m. in the Mill-ins and Redgate funeral home, 1297 "Park avenue and at 11 o'clock 'in Our Lady of the Assumption church with a Mass of he Resurrection. Burial will be n.St. Michael's cemetery. Mrs. Flynn was born in and was a member of Our ,ady of the Assumption Guild and a member of the Council of Catholic Women. Survivors are two daughters, vlrs. L. Morton Gaynor of Milord and Mrs. Joseph DeLuca of Fairfieid; one brother, William L. Savage of Detroit, Mich.; one ister, Mrs. John J. Fodor of Fairfield; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. James V. Jenacaro Services with full military hon-rs for James V. Jenacaro, 50, f 392 Eckart street, who died aturday in Park LeFer MILFORD Private services for Henri LcFcr, 62, of 134 Hous-atonic drive, Devon, who died Saturday in Park City hospital will take place at the convenience of the family In the A. L. Green funeral home, 927 Grand street Bridgeport. Burial will be in Mountain Grove cemetery, Bridgeport. Mr. LcFcr had been a resident of this area for 25 years. He was a printer employed by the Radio Printing company, Bridgeport. Survivors are his wife, Mrs Suzane Mcrdie LeFcr; a daughter, Mrs. Josett Poples of California; a brother, Joseph LeFcr of Florida; and four Deronn Bilash, aged of Maple Rd., Easton, Complete lunerul to be announced by A. W. and Son funeral tigrrn. 740 Koiiutli 51., Bridgeport. BREEN-ln Prospect, Conn., August 19th, 1971, George of 35 Cityvlew ove-nue, Bridgeport, Conn. Husband of the tote Mary Breen, uncle of William Breen of Monroe, Conn, Friends are nvfted to attend the funeral on Monday evening Aug. 73 at p.m. In the George P. Potter and Son funeral home, 880 Fglrlleld avenue, Bridgeport, Conn, Interment In Park cemetery, Bridgeport, Conn, There will be no cot ting BUTLER (n August 22, 1971. Felicia WHkowikl Butler, beloved wile of John Butler and mother of Stanley M. Butler of 889 Strallield road, Fair-field. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from the Fairfield funeral home of Charles W. Douglello and Sons, 34 South Pine Creek road on Tuesday at a.m. and In Our Lady of the Assumption church ot a.m. wild a Moss of Ihe Resurrection. Interment n the family plot In St. Michael's cemetery, Friends moy calf Monday 5 to 9 p.m. CHOROMANSKI in this city, August 22, 1971. Frank Choromonskl, beloved husband of Anlela Dzwonkowski Choromanski, of 659 William street, and falher of Frederick and Edwin Choromanski, Helen Oobkowskl, Alfrelda Witecki, Lucy Clskowskl and Irene Jablonowskl. Friends ore invited to altend the funeral Irom the Charles W. Dougiello and Sons funeral home, 798 Pqrk avenue on Wednesday nt a.m. and In St. Michael's Arch. R. C. church at a.m. with a Mass of the Resurrection. Interment, In the family plot In Si, Michael's cemetery. Friends moy call Monday 7-9 p.m. and Tuesday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Rosary recitation Tuesday evening at p.m. In the funeral home. Norwalk 'papers please copy. DcGRACE In this city, August n, 1971. Manuel A. of 48 Hlgh-and avenue, hujband of Mrs. Margaret Davis DeGrace and father of Manuel and Miss Maryanne DcGrace Friends are Invited to attend the funeral on Tuesday ot 8 a.m. from the- A, R. Abrlola Son funeral home, 21W Main street end at 9 a.m. In Our Lady o1 Fatima church with a Mass of the Ressurrection. Interment in St. MI-chael's cemetery. Friends may call Monday 7 to 9 p.m. Suddenly, In Stratford, Aug. 20, 1971. Maude Copeland Dietz, widow of Andrew J. Dleti, of 134 East Glen Ridge rood, Stratford. Services Monday at 2 p.m. from the- Stratford funeral home of Dennis and D'Arcy, 24J1 Moln street. 'Interment In Union cemetery, Stratford. Friends moy call Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. In .Vysny Slavkov, Ciecho Slovakia on Aug. 1971. Veronica age W, beloved sisler of John Dorocok and aunt of veronica Dorocak and Professor Daniel Smrek Funeral services will take place on Tues day, Aug. 24 In Vysny Slavkov and a Mass of the Resurrection will cele brated by Rev. Francis Zeman, Rev George Karcsinskl and Rev. Robert Terentleff on Tuesday at 9 a.m. In St Cyril and Mtthodlus church. FLYNN-ln Ihls CHy, Aug. 22, 1971, Mory Savage Flynn, widow of the Thorn as J. Flynn, of 37 Toilsome Hill La. Folrtleld; beloved mother of Mrs. Jean Flynn Gaynor of. Mllford and Mrs Eileen Flynn DeLuca of Fairfield Friends may attend Ihe funeral on Wednesday, Aug. 25. at a.m. In the Mulllns and Redgate funeral residence 1297 Pork Ave., Bridgeport, and a a.m. -In Our Lady of Assumption church with a Mass of Resurrection Burial In St. Michael's cemetery Friends may coll Tuesday from 3 to p.m. In New Haven, Aug. 21, 1971 Christina Gerhard; aged 14, belavec daughter of Mrs. Abigail Gerhard, of 6 Jackson Dr., Mllfard. Memorial service will be held on Wednesday at a.m. In St. Peter's Episcopal church Mllford. Arrangements by Gregory F Doyle funeral home, 291 Bridgepor Ave., Devon. It Is o request of the family that contributions be made .to a favorite charity. In this City, August '20 1971. Maria' Habenschuss, widow o Paul Habenschuss of 126 Harkncs Drive, Mllford, Connecticut. The fu neral will be held In Ihe Albert W Spear funeral home, 1222 Fairfield ave nue on Monday, August 23rd at a.m., and In Holy Cross R.C. Church at a.m. Interment in Mountain Grove cemetery. Friends may call Sat urday end Sunday evenings, from 7 to p.m: Recitation of the Rosary In the home Sunday -evening ot P.m. JENACARO-ln this city, Aug. 21, 1971 James V. Jenacaro, 392 Eckart street beloved husband ot Josephine Mure Jenacaro; devoted father of 'Ross Jena caro, Anna Mario and Lucia Jenacaro brother of Camllle and Joseph Jena eiaro, Mrs. -Eva lacl, Mrs. Rae DeSdbla Mrs. Helen Power, Mrs. Lucille Ma rucco, Mrs. Mary Svcrtesky and Mrs Anna Tumi. Friends are Invited to at tend the funeral with full mltllary honors from the S. Spadocclno end Sons funeral home, 499 Washington Ave., on Tuesday, Aug. 74 at 8 ,a.m ami at 9 a.m. trt St. Andrew's church with a Mass of the Resurrection. Inter menf In St. Michael's cemetery. Friend may call Monday 3 to 5 and 7 to p.m. St. Theresa Guild of Holy Rosary church will recite the Rosary Monday ot 8 p.m. JONES In this city, August 20, 1971 Gwendolyn Jones ol Father Panlk VII age. Building 3o, Apartment 210, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jones Funeral, services will be held Wednes day at 1 p.m. from the Full Gospe Pentecostal church, Beechwood avenue. Bishop T. W. Plummer will officiate Interment In Park cemetery. Mary Bilash MONROE Mrs. Mary Bilash 79, of Maple road, died Sunday at 7 p.m, in Bridgeport Morris Frank Morris, 71, of the Dinan Memorial Center, died Sunday a p.m. in Bridgeport hosni tal, where he had been admittet July 28 as a' medical patient Mrs. Boris Pokras Mrs. Rachacl Heimowitz Pok ras, 82, a former resident o Bridgeport, widow of Boris Pok ras, died today in Bronx Lebanon hospital. New York. Services will take place Tues day at 11 a.m. in the A. L. Green funeral home, 927 Grand street Burial will be in Hebrew Sick Benefit cemetery, Fairfield. with Rabbi J. M. Jacobowitz officiat ing. Born in Rumania, Mrs. Pokras was a resident of Bridgeport for 45 years before moving to New York five years ago. She was a member of the Hebrew Sick Benefit association, and a mem her of the Pioneer Women of America. Survivors are two sons, Milton Pokras and Joseph Pokras both of Bridgeport; two daugh ters, Mrs. Pearl Kane and Mrs Bessie Friedlend, both of New York; a sister, Mrs. Tillie Brau-ncr of Bridgeport; and one grandchild. Mrs. Anthony Prancuk Services for Mrs. Feliksa Za niewski Prancuk, 48, wife of An thony Prancuk. of 34 Richardsoi street, who died Friday, took ace today in St. Michael the Archangel church with a Mass of the Resurrection. Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery. Luigi Prospero Services for Luigi Prospero, 84 of 35 Goodsell street, a retiree coal miner, who died yesterday in the Carolton Convalescent hos Jital, Fairfield, will take place Wednesday at 8 a.m. in the Pa rente-Lauro funeral home, 551 Washington avenue, and at o'clock in St. Raphael's church with a Mass of the Resurrection Burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. Born in Abruzzi, Italy, Mr Prospero had been a resident o: Bridgeport 16 years. He had been employed as a coal miner in Isabelie, Pa., for 50 years and was a member of the United Mine Workers Union of America and the Benevento society. Survivors are a son, Michael Drospero of Alhambra, Cal.; hree daughters, Mrs. Christine >arneckie of Trumbull, Mrs. tfae Ginoni of Fairfield, and Mrs. Florence Dorta of West-port; eight grandchildren; eight-jreat-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Antonio Rendo Services for Antonio Rendo, 84, of 1138 Kossuth street, a retired iricklayer, who died yesterday in his home, will take place where she had been admittec August 22 as a medical patient The Samorajczyk and Son fu neral home, 740 Kossuth street is in charge of arrangements Martin A. Carlson NEW MILFORD Martin A Carlson, 70, of 6 Howland road, a former custodian at the Eas! Street school, died Friday at his lome. Services took place today in :he Peelan and Planz Colonial funeral home with the Rev. Charles Gerlinger, pastor emeri-lus of the Bridgewater Congregational church, officiating. Buria was in South cemetery, Bridge-water. Born in New Milford, Mr. Carlson retired Aug. 1 from the New Milford school system's maintenance department. He was a member of the Bridgewater Congregational church. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Marion Dorwin Carlson; a daughter, Mrs. John Poletto of New vlilford; two sons, Martin of New Preston, and Robert D. of Sand Gate, Vt.; a brother, Harry T. of Arizona; two sisters, Mrs. Al-jert Johnson of Wapping, and Mrs. Peter Ognan of Bridgeport; and seven grandchildren. Mn. Martha Kunze NORWALK Mrs. Martha Kunze, 72, of 8 Woodchuck lane, widow of John A. Kunze, died yesterday in Stamford hospital. Services will take place Wednesday in the Collins funera nome, 92 East avenue at a time to be announced. Mrs. Kunze was. a life long resi dent of Norwalk. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs Edward Boddy of Norwalk; three sisters, Mrs. George Gray of Norwalk, Mrs. Walter Lauterbach of Westport, and Mrs. Dean Mc-Laughlin of Hampton Falls, N.H.; one grandchild, and severa nieces and nephews. Stanley T. Kulick SHELTON-Services fof Stanley Thomas Kulick, 57, of 196 Myrtle street, a finisher employed by the B. F. Goodnch company, who died yesterday in Griffin hospital, Derby, will take place Wed-icsday at a.m. in the James T. Toohey funeral home, 433 Co-ram avenue, and at 10 o'clock in St. Joseph's church with a Mass of the Resurrection. Burial will >e in Mount St. Peter's ceme-ery, Derby. Born, in Dupont, Pa., Mr. Ku-ick had been a resident of Shel-ton for the past 20 years. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Wary Edna Glynn Kulick of Shelton; a son, Stephen Kulick of Southbury; a daughter, Mrs. Theresa Jenks of Seymour; two sisters, Miss Katherine Kulick of VIoscow, Pa. and Miss Lottie Ku-ick of Dupont, Pa.; and two B1RGALLA SUCCUMBS AT 74 Joseph A. Birgalla, 74, of 64 Kenwood avenue, Fairfield, died yesterday in St. Vincent's hospital. Full military services will take place Wednesday at 9: 15 a.m. in the Henry E. Bishop and Son funeral home, 1139 Fairfield avenue, and at 10 o'clock in St. Ann's Roman Catholic church, Brewster street, Bridgeport. Burial will be in Mountain Grove cemetery. Born in Bridgeport, Mr. Birgalla was a resident of the Bridgeport area 42 years. He was a retired electroplater for the John Ahlbin and Son, Inc., of Bridgeport, and the Rus Lang corporation of Stratford. He was an Army veteran of World War I. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, post 9427 of Fairfield, and a past commander of the VFW post 9427 and the George W. Anderson World War I Veterans, Barracks 842 of Fairfield. He was the past district and county commander of the VFW, and the chairman of the 1971 Memorial Day parade of Fairfield. He was a member of Catholic Gednota branch 19 and the Fairfield Boat Owners association. Survivors are his wife, Minnie Soltese Birgalla; a son, Joseph A. Birgalla, Jr. of Bridgeport; two daughters, Mrs. Rose Rus-kay of Trumbull and Miss Katherine Birgalla of Fairfield; a sister, Mrs. Anna Keltos of Bridgeport; 1 1 grandchildren .and several nieces and Luigi Prospero, husband of th lale Frances Frasettf Prospero, of 3 Coodsell street, belqved father of Ml chael Prospero, Mrs. Chrlitlne Czar neckle, Mrs. Mae Ginoni and Mrs Florence Oarta. Friends are Invited tc attend Ihe funeral on Wednesday morn Ing at 8 o'clock from the Porenle Lauro funeral home, 559 Washington avenue and ot 9 o'clock In St. Rophae church vfttti a Mass of the Resurrection interment In St, Michael's cemttery Friends may call Monday from 7 to p.m. and Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 1 to 9 p.m. Union town Penna., anc Brownsville, Penna., pleaie copy. RECCHIA-ln Newlowrf, Conn., Aug. 27 1971, Robert 'of 376 Stratfort Ave., beloved brother of Alfred, John Ernest, and Daniel Recchta. Funera services will take place Wednesday Aug. 25, at a time to be annauncec from the Louis A. "Abrlola and Son funeral home, 4U East Washington Ave Interment In St. Michael's cemetery Friends may call 3 to 5 and to 9 p.m. RENDO In this city, August 23, 1971 Antonio Rendo, 1 134 Kossuth street beloved hutbond of Oroila Pugtls Rendo; devoted father of Mrs. Margore Todisco. Friends are 'Invited to attend the funeral from the S.' Soadacclno .and Sons funeral 499 Washington avenue, on August 23th a a.m., and at ''a.m. In St Charles church with a Mass of thl Resurrection, interment fn St. Mlchae 's cemetery. Friends may call Monday 1 to 9 p.m.; Tuesday 3 to 5; and 7 to 9 p.m; The Trlnacrjd M.A, Society wIN exemplify their ritual Tuesday a p.m. Entered into rent In this Aufl 21, 1971. George Rose, husband of thi late Alena Cord Rose of 423 Mapttwooti avenue. Friends are invited to attend the services Monday at 7 p.m. at thi Larson funeral home, 2496 North avt nue, Bridgeport, interment In Lawncrof cemetery. There will be no calling hour! Kindly omit TUwers. SEBESTYEN In city, August 37 1971. Stephen V. Sebestyen, .of 122C Nichols avenue, Stratford, oge 45, be loved husband of Anna Bartok Sebeit yen. Friends are Invlfed to attend thi funeral from the LesKo funeral home 1390 Fairfield avenue' on Wednesday August 25th at a.m. from Ou Lady of Grace church' at 9 a.m. will a Mass of the Resurrection. Intermen n St. Michael's cemetery. Friends mat call Monday 7-9 p.m.; Tuesday 3-5, 7-p.m. Recitation of the -Rosary on Tues day at 8 p.m. SMEE In this city, August 22, 1971 Frank Joseph Smee, 412 Colorado' ave nue, beloved husband of Veronlc Mackaloff Smee. Friends are Invited f attend the funeral from the Lesko fu neral home, 1390 Fairfield avenue o Wednesday, August 25th at 2 p.m. wll the Rev. Paul Johnson, pastor of th Advent Christian -church of Strolfor officiating. Interment In Grov cemetery. Friends moY call Tuesdo 3-5, 7-9 p.m.'' in August 1V71 Joseph Mario storiale, husband o Agnes DIBartolo Slorlale, of 28 Wakelo street, Shelfon. Funeral services Tues day a.m. at the James T. Toohe funeral home, 92 Howe avenue, Shelter nnd at 10 a.m. at St. Margaret Man church for a Mass of the Resurrect on Interment in Mt. St. Peter's' cemetery Friends may call Monday 3-5, p m THOMPSON-ln this City, YAug. K. bdword W. Thompson, of 66 Alden St. Falrfleld. Graveside services will tok place Wednesday morning at a.m at St. Thomas cemetery, Falrf eld Brothers funeral home 1 charge of arrangements.' En this Aug. 21, 197T Andrew J. Tvardzik of: 121 Elliott Rd  een employed by the General ilectric company. Ho had been a J.-: S. Army, veteran of World Var II. He had served as the Irst president of the Lynchburg Association for Retarded Children, and was a Fourth took place today in St. Lawrence church, Huntington, vith a Mass of the Resurrection, iurial was in Mount St. Peter emetery, Derby. The Rev. George R. Ronkaurt vas the celebrant of the Mass nd also read the committal. Bearers were Albert M. Beriazzo, 21, of 57 Country Club road, Trumbull, was arrested at p.m. on Route 25 on a charge of driving with a defective muffler. Pa-rolman Norman Mercier was he arresteg officer. At p.m. Stephen J. Riv-nack, Jr., 17, of Brushy Hill Trumbull. Private' take place Tuesday at the convenience of the family. Interment in Park ceme-Jrrv, Bridgeport. The family requesls that calling and be omitted William R. McDonald funeral home, 2591 Main St., Strolford, In charge ol arrangements. KULICK In Derby, Augusl 22, 1971. Stanley Thomas Kulick, husband of Mary Edna Glynn Kulick of 196 Myrtle street, Shelton. Funeral services Wednesday a.m, ol the James W. O. Kenney officiate. In-lerment In Pork cemetery. Friends may call Monday from 1-4 7-9 p.m, family will receive friends at 25' Beardsley SI. inture correct Inttrtltn, Memory and iiibmltiid In writ-Ing 24 in advance Nu-Sash are Installed without touching inside cleaning, easy slide, no home look 40 younger. SURPRISING l'mn methods oi fixing up old, outmoded 18, of, Bids. 3C, Apt. 210, "ather Panik Village, who died rriday in Park City hospital, will ake place Wednesday at 1 p.m. i tho Full Gospel Pentecostal hurch, Beechwood avenue, with ishop T. Walter Plummer of-elating. Burial will be in Park emetery. Morton's Mortuary, Inc., 25 urrier street, is in charge of ar-angcmcnts. Born in Bridgeport, Miss Jones md been a life-long resident of lis city. Survivors arc her parents, Mr. nd Mrs, Herbert Jones of Jrldgcport; a daughter, Kenya ones; two brothers, David and Celvin Jones, both of Bridgeport; wo sisters, Josephine and Clnra ones, both of Bridgeport; her ratcrnnl grandmother, Mrs. Janlc ones of Bridgeport; and her raii-ornal grandfather, Johnny Cov-ngton of Edwin, Pa. Peter Michael Mamrlck Services for Peter Michael Vtiuurick, 56, of 299 Berkshire vemio, who died Thursday, and the Bricklayers' and Masons' local 2. Survivors arc his wife, Mrs. )razia Puglisi Rendo; a. daugh-er, Mrs. Margaret Todisco of Bridgeport; two brothers and a ister residing in Italy; a grand-on; and several nieces and cphews. George Rose Services for George Rose, 88, f 42J Maplewood avenue, a rc-ired self-employed antiques deal-r, who died Saturday In Bridgeport hospital, will take place to-light at 7 o'clock In the Larson uneral home, 2496 North avenue, vith the Rev. Frederick J. Allsup, astor of the First Presbyterian hurch, Fairfield, officiating, iurial will be in Lawncroft ceme-cry, of the Volunteer Scrv-ces of the Lynchburg Training chool and Howard Quick, Marshall tevens and William was arrested on Route 11 and charged with failure to arry license. Patrolman Higia vas the arresting Jhtllon, ond oi 10 o.m? hi SI. tv s TutS, may date. Mall U 4iO.SUtt SI. Bridgeport, Cann. Lyle Hildenberger; five ons, John M., Mark W., Bruce t., Martin B., and Kevin M. Hil-enberger, all of Lynchburg; five daughters, Sister Mary Frances llldcnberger of Emmettsburg, Md., and Ruth Ann, Martha M., Clare M., and Eileen nil of Lynchburg; a brother, 'rands T. Hildenberger of Flor-mm Park, N. J.; and six sisters, Urs. Joseph A. McGec of Norrls-own, Pa., Sister Margaret An-ela Hildenberger of Cherry Hill, 1. J., Mrs. Robert E. of East Palestine, Ohio, and vlrs. Charles M. Terry, Services for Jo-eph Mario Storialc, 63, of 28 Vakeley street, a retired custod-an in Shelton high school, who led Saturday in Griffin hospital, Jerby, will tnke place tomorrow at a.m. In the James 7. Todhcy funeral home, 92 fowe avenue, and at 10 o'clock n St. Margaret Mary church vith n Mass of the Resurrection. Burial will be in Mount St. Peter's cemetery, Derby. Born in Philadelphia. Pa., Mr. torialc had been a resident of ic Shelton-Derby area for 60 cars. He had been employed at hclton high school lor several 'ears before retiring in 1964. Survivors arc his wife, Mrs. Agnes biBartolo Storialc of Shcl-on three daughters, Mrs. 'ranees Boroski -of Shelton, and rtrs. Joan Phillips and Mrs. Marion Bias, both of Ansonia; Hrec brothers, Samuel Storlatc f PhUtuletyhift, Frank CLOSED FOR VACATION L August 22nd to September 7th FOEHRENBACH'S FLORIST 995 CAPITOL AVE., BRIDGEPORT In this city, Auciust 23, 1971.. Thcophile Arsenaull, 72, beloved husband of Agnes Buote Arsenault, ol 74 Asylum street, Bridgeport. Father of Mrs. Lorraine of Bridgeport, brother of Mrs. Ben Arsenault ol Maine, Mrs. Joseph Beoard of Bridge-port, Mrs. Vela re Frechette of Strat-wrd, Philip ol Maine, end Auouslus of Mexico, Maine, Friends are Invited to attend the funeral on Tuesday, August 24th at a.m. from the Bracken funeral home, avenue and at a.m. tn Our Lady of Fatima church, where a Man of requiem will be offered. Friends may call at the Bracken funeral home Monday 3-5 p.m. and p.m. interment In St. Michael's cemetery. BARNES, Suddenly In Westport, Conn., Aug. 21, 1971. John Stetson Bornev Jr., husband of Jean Bancroft Barnes of A Stony Point road, Westport. Funeral services Tuesday ot 11 a.m. In the Fable funeral home, 215 Wist State street, Weitport. interment In Willow-brook cemetery, Westport. nwy call Monday 7-9 p.m. BECKER-Suddenly In Union, N. J., Aug. 70, 1971. Honorata Becker, widow of the Idle Arthur Becker. Mother ol Rev, Mr. Arlhur Becker of St. Charlo! church, Bridgeport, Conn. Daughter o Mrs. Roslle Parkin of Union, N. J. Friends arc Invited to attend the Lynch, all of Bethlehem, V. Sebeitycn Services for Stephen V, Scbest-en, 65, of 1220 Nichols avenue, Stratford, a mcatcuttcr In the Hill View Superette, who died yester-ay in St. Vincent's hospital, will ike place Wednesday nl Paul Habcnschusj Services for Mrs. diiria Habcnschuss, 57, of 126 larkncss drive, widow of Paul labenschuss, who died Friday, ook place today In Holy Cross hurch, Bridgeport, with a MONUMENTS I MARKERS and MAUSOLEUMS For the most reasonable price, sea before mnk-1 Ing decision. Cemetery monuments THIS IS THE nBlnmiT fTHKT ORIGINAL MILFOKO. CONH. PlMsB send Ifon lilfiMltirc Orthodox church willi Ilio lev. Daniel Pnvclclmli, Fnlrflcld nvniiic, and a( 9 'clock ill Our Lady of Mountain Grove csnictery, Derby, and a halt-brother, Sebastian Tomnrchlo of Kennedy lioulcvord, Union Glv> N. J., an Tuesdny ot Id n.m. nnd nl 11 n.m. In St. Augusllnit'i church, portly cleaned nnd lettered. CONNIGTICUT'f OLOUT IINCI GALL 878-6303 'No Burial wns In Lake-lew Strrtlford, with n Muss of he Rrsnrrcclloii. Burlnl will he n St, MIcltniTs cemetery. Horn In Ilimiviry, Mr. Scbcstyon md been a resident of this Rev. Aloysius J. llrlhsck vns the colobnint of the Mass itf niso read the coinmillnl. Hearers were Fred Gnrrity, ohn Ramannylc, Thomas Comminmlfi of Wnterbnry nd 'Mrs. Fred Culm" of Derby: nine grandchildren; and several ilccos and In Holy Cross cemelory, N. Arlhifllon. N. J. f-rlendi moy coll ol Ihc Schleem lunernl home on Sunrtny 7-10 ivm. nnri Mondny ?-S ond 7-9 p.m. xvho wish tn ottffntl, nee rf-quitted to call St. Charles Rectory In and Chapman Monumenli 48S Sti.tlord Bridgeport 33M727 (Next 10 Ytllo ___ Alhcrl R. McOnrry Services [or Mrs, Lllllnn   

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