Clipped From Asbury Park Press
City Woman's Death Ruled A Suicide ASBURY PARK Mrs. Olga Bristol, 65, was found dead Wednesday in her rear apart ment at 506 2nd Ave. She was pronounced dead by Dr. Louis De Simone, who said she died of an overdose of drugs, He estimated the time of death at 9 p.m. Tuesday. Dr. Malcolm B. Gilman, Mon mouth County physician, ruled the death a suicide. Police found a note from Mrs. Briston in which she told of her intentions. The owner of the apartment building, Mrs. Efea Huber, called police about 9 a.m. Wednesday after she was un able to get into Mrs. Briston's apartment. She had been asked to check on the woman by her daughter, who phoned from New York to say Mrs. BnSton did not answer her telephone.