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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 Bar- a. m. in the Kolim and ucbansky funeral home, 218J arnum Slrado'rd, and 3 o'clock, in St. Ambiuse lurch. Burial will bo in St. Ichncl's cemetery, Stratford. Robert F. Tlernev, Sr. Services [or Robert F. Tieniey, r., of 593 Davis road, Fair-etd, an automobile salesman >r Fruitrich Cadillac-Oldsmoblle, 1C., who died Sunday in St. Viil-ent's Medical Center, will take ice Tuesday at 9 p.m. in the Yilmot, West and Colliding uneral home, 12D9 Post. road, 'airfield. Burial will be In '.vergreen cemetery, New laven, Vt. Mr. Tierney was born In New laven, Vt. and resided In Fair-eld for rtie pnst 25 years. He vas 'a member of Ihe Payer-feather Yacht club and of Ihe .S. Norden club. -Survivors Include his wife, Florida LeFrancois Tier-ey; four sons, Robert F. Tier-ey, Jr.. Philip E, Tierney and 'hnmas A, Tierney, all of ridgeport, and Ronald R. Tier-ev of Fairfield; and three randchildren. Mrs. Joseph J. Vaughan Services for Mrs. Carolyn 'rederick Turney Vaughan 90, of Joseph J. 48! Srooklawn avenue, who -diet will take place Tuesday t 2 p.m. in I) Wilmot, West nd Goulding funeral home, I20! 'ost road, Faiifield. Burial wil )e in Mountain Grove cemetery. Mrs. Clyde J. Bemer CORNWALL Mrs and Suns funeral 3me, 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 aeto, Foggia, Italy, was .1 ridgeport area resident for the ast 52 years. .He was the for-icr owner of Visi's Garage, in ie Hollow section of Bridge- A ort, and sponsored several h r e a bowling and Softball c ams. a Survivors Include his wife, d Irs. Josephine Ruggiero Vigl- one; two sons, Matthew :ar iro of Trumhull and nthony Viglione, of Newlown; Mrs. Virginia of. Trumbull; a, brother ouls ViglionD of Bridgeport wo sisters, Mrs. Angie Hener lan of Bridgeport and Mrs. Is e Sedita of Trumbull; four randchildren and several ieces and vVith a Doubl WYANDANCH, N.Y. (AP) sr Lone Island man and woman ih ave been arrested and ac-used of shooting a faith healer D nd his daughter to death in, or- q er to break an evil spell. fr The victims, isaac Dinkins, v 7, and his daughter, Cheryl ogeri, 24, both of Humpstead, K ere blasted with a shotgun J rlday night while sitting in nkins' Mercedes-Benz i front, of the Bantan Vinyl actory building here. Both J (ere killed instantly, police aid, J-Mrs. Bogon's 5-year-old son. s llbert, was found unharmed in he back seat of the car. p Police said that on Sunday s ley arrested Emma Edwards, C, 8> and Joseph Baldwin, 20, oth of North Babylon, and p harged them with two counts t f second-degree murder. Po- o ce accused Baldwin of actuat-y firing the two fatal shots d rom a 12-gauge pump-action Charged f e Homicide U( ar otgun through Ihe window of di e car. sa Police said they arrested ra aldwin and Mrs. Edwards after a jestlonlng several of Di nkins' lends about clients' that the c dim had. n "Mrs. lidwards believed Din- 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. Ed- 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 ueens. t DinkEns' wife, Alice, was re- r orted by Hempstead neighbors a be in Washington at the time v f the slayings. f The Dinkins have another e aughter, Pamela, who report- n dly lives in Florida. DRUG ARRESTS RHODE ISLAND WARWICK, R.I. (AP) Po-c 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. oulcher said one of the was "Ihe biggest drug :atcr in the stale" and that e raid was the biggest in city story. Police refused to release the ames of those arrested pend-g scheduled arraignment lat-r today, but said the suspects ere from Rhode Island, Flori-a, Virginia, Washington, D.C. nd possibly some other states. 11 were U.S. citizens, the chief aid. Coutcher said the arrests torted Sunday night when four "identified juveniles were ap-rehended on charges of stea -n g cars. Detectives in-esfigatcd Ihe incident and aund that the juveniles alleg-dly got some drugs from eople renting rooms at the arlton House Motor Inn. Cout-her said." Warwick police went to the no or inn, where they atrcsfe  Pa inoy call Monday ond 7-9 p.m. ihlf city, .Aug. 13, 1977. Koftfl Sherman Jepsen; wile of the MarliM vepwn ol ISA Olis street, Stral-ford. Funeral en Wednesday at 11 o.m. In Rohm and Luchonrty funeral home, 3189 Bcr'num Slratford. Jntermefi] [n'LakfvIew Ftlentfj moy col] Monday 7? p-m. Tuwday 3-5 ond 7-9 p.m. LAPKE- in this Ago. U. 1977. Joieph B. Lopke of in Vrh liter sfreel, folhir ol Albed P. Lopke and J. Friends are invited fo ottend the funeral on Wednesday ol am from' WJImot, Welt oJid Goutdlng Funeral hOrrw, 1209 Post rood, Fair Fl rid, and "In St. Cathedral a! 10  lo 5 P.m. 1ne dav orccwing, Icf Sun- Cty F'osl up lo p.m. Saturday. 01- lice every including Sun- dsv. fl coRRtrcriONs 8ERER TEMPORARY JOB woiking in air-conrf. oflic.fi our prestige client ccmcaniei in eo We need you. ARt EX. REMELY BUSY, flvery Ivpiit and WORK OH THE SAME DAY. bout you? tlOFEES. OLSTEH TEMPORARY SERVICES 1 StSleSt-.fipt. M. VETRE, 67, DIES; -ONG AT DICTAPHONE Services will, take place Wednesday for Faravantu (Feorie) M. I'etre, 67. of 115 Washington avenue, a retiree! employe ot the ctaphone corporation, ivho died Saturday in New York city after teing stricken aflor a baseball game in Yankee stadium. The (uneral will be conducted at 8 a.m. 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' Federaf Labor un on for 2-i consecutive years until his retirement, and was a so a member ot the union negotiation committee. He was a ATTACKS LAETRILE AGAIN: 3 CHICAGO (AP) The Amer-can Medical Association con-inues its attack against Laet-ile in the latest issue of the MviA's journal. The journal editor, Dr. Wi -iam R. Barclay, says that Laetrile "has reopened the nedicine show." "Mix politics with medical limflam, 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." 3ut he said (he action of state egisfators indicates that this nay not be the case. Severa egislaiures have voted to ]ega -Ere use of the substance in their taics. l-actrile, a substance derived rom apricot pits, has been pro-10 ted as a cure for cancer, "he AMA has said that the sub-lance "has no proven value as drug." "There was a period when raveling medicine shows pro-'ided promises for the ill ant Jnlertainment for the editor said. "They peddled elixirs an pilis and proclaimed that the cculd euro everything, from m somnia to h noted. "The performance of th )itchman was just as imporlan as the pill pedJled." 'Unlike the old mcdicin shows t hat played in s m a towns to small "audiencos, 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 ring-ng in the background, the >rice 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 r'ears ago, but the medic ne show was not one ot them, and i s return in 1977 should he vigorously rwjesied by the advcrh'ser, is subject fo A CO e BOX NUMBERS S! OT EXTRA l.rm has poif-an for jr. vrs Qualilied candidates should con-atl Mr. Culicellf, weehf cnly. Advertisers call Ojlol-foAn may have lix-warded bv oaying collage 7  CM on iv. Ca 1 1 Victor Te mnorir ie i. 3 JJ -61 i3 Ccual Employer- CHAMP TAKES ON 10 OPPONENTS "LONDON (UPi) sovie world chess champion Anntol arpov, playing 10 English boy simultaneously Sunday, de eated nine of them and offere the 10th a draw. The 10 included Nigel Shor IB world's best ]2-year-olc who played the Morra gamb which he defeated interna onal chess master Dr, Jona lan Penrose in the Brit is hampionships. Nigel survived 59 moves be ore conceding. Tony Williams, 16, w a offered a draw by the worl champion on move No. 2-1. Ke a n liiur level in Ktv-yjlsirnd. a' 1 'he average hour wage in Nfew t-Ti gland was r- paid in the Martfor-1. Con area. Connecticut's statewi to Average was highest of the s as New England slates, and w pegged at an MAN, 36, CHARGED v IN INJURY OF MINO 3-r Stratford Police arrested a 3 year-eld Stratford man over tl d weekend on a Superior Cou n- Bench warrant charging hi d- with impairing Ihe morals of of 14-year-old girl, nf! Michael Ricci of 25 McKink avenue, S, ratford, was charge o with risk of injury lo childn f  ararhuted Into an open Held Bloomfield has turned out to 1 else. An unidentified man callt Saturday nboul 3 p.m., po1i< said, reporting he had just r ceived minor hums from small package Ihal fell earth. Police investigated and four the man had been burned corrosive acid leading from batlpry 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 Orliz, 25. of Middl a lown, was found dead today [n a.m. hanging by his be from a fence in the rear yard icj SS Black Rock avenue. ,y Police said Ihe dealh w a "apparent suicide." The hoc to was taken to Park City hospil he on orders from Dr. George cr Molnar, mcd'cal examine pending an autopsy, ed Detectives are seeking f., determine what (he man w doing in the Bridgeport fiiuifrnnnnrfio Get nimrn SIlHrS UUI1LU i   

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