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   Bridgeport Post, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1967, Bridgeport, Connecticut                              TWELVE THE BRIDGEPORT POST; MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1067. Yale Law Professor Is Named CUBS PLANNING Redislriding Master of City MILFORD OFFICE 30 Uamel 471-J1JO PETER KRIEG A Yale law school professor has been appointed as a special master to direct redistricling within the city and given a June 1 deadline for filing a new district plan. The appointmenl of Professor Ralph K. Winler of Ihe Yale Law the home of Mrs. David Hcrr- man, 10 Pine Knob Terrace, Mrs. Leonard Alter, president, announced. Sisterhood Meeting The Sisterhood of Temple B'- Nai Shalom will conduct a gen- eral meeting Wednesday at p.m., it has been announced. Passover candies will be dis- tributed and all members have been urged to attend. Historical Society to Meet A meeting of the Milford His torical society wil! take placi to- school was made Friday hy Chief night at 8 o'clock in Ihe DAR U.S. District Judge William H.i building, Prospect street, Rus Timbers, who also ordered Ihejsel Clarke, president, announced city lo pay all compensation set Motor Boat Law Seminar hy the court, and expenses of A seminar on the newjnotor- thc special master and of any computer personnel or other per- sonnel that will work in'devising for redislricting the new plan. The order came after three local residents. Andrew and Samuel Kapral and Joseph Rihon filed a civil suit last year claiming that their rights under Ihe 14lh amendment were being violated under what they called disproportionate dis- tricting. Judge Timbers said he recom- mended that the plan be based on five districts, adjoining in ter- rilory and be "as compact as possible, as is consistent with the equal populations considerations specified as follows: each soat ventilation law scheduler to go into effect June 1, wil take place at the Milford Flotilla 73, U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliarj base, Helwig street, Albert E Pikul, commander, has an nounced. To Confer Degree The most excellent Mai'.ei degree will be conferred on a class of candidates al the stated convocation of Milford Chapter, 49. Royal Arch Masons to take place tonight at o'clock in the Masonic temple, 59 Broad street. Church Group to Meet The Women's fellowship of Grace Baptist church will meet tonight at o'clock at the home of Mrs. Don Ziebcll, 638 Brenlwood road, Orange, it has been announced. district insofar as practicable shall be of substantially equal populations and shall be formed Th lannjrlg to aUcnd navc requested to meet at the church prior to going to Mrs. Zicbcll's house. Elections Scheduled For West Main PTA The West Main street school PTA will conduct a meeling Tues- day at 8 p.m. in the school audi torium, Domenick Mancini, prcsi dent, announced. A slate of officers for nexi year's PTA group will be pre sented and election will take place. Nominations will be accept ed from the floor, Mr. Mancin said. Following Ihe business session a film entitled "Learn to Earn' wil! be shown and a lecture b> Walter Fields Jr., guidance coun so as to result in the minimum deviation from the population norm for each dislrict." Committee to Study City Employes' Pay An ad hoc commiltcc in connec- tion with the subject of employe negotiations has been appointed by Alan Jepson. mayor. The mayor has called a meeling of Ihe commiltce lor tomorrow at 8 p.m. in his office. In an excerpt Irom his budget message to the Board of Finance, lor fiscal 1967-68 he states. "In connection with the subject ol em- ploye negotiations 1 want to com- ment on what I consider to be an inequitable situat'nn for certain of the city employes. I know your honorable board is already conscious ol the matter and has spoken, concerning the subject, in your budget message for fiscal 1966-S7." The mayor also said, "I refer to those classified employes and police and fire personnel who lie outside of the realm of direct negotiations with Ihe city. These people who arc in a supervisory category1 were the beneficiaries of negotiated wage and benefit advances last year lo be sure, hut only, in a sense, as a by- product of the negotiations since they were not directly represent- ed. Nor are they subject to a ad- ministration recommendation, as is the case wilh certain unclassi- fied employes. "I he said, "some procedure should be developed wherein benefits achieved by the other employes can he translated In realistic fashion, with a proper scale of value, which recognizes their supervisory position, for PACKMEEUNG SHORE JANE S. ZELIFF HI.. WxxlavM Cub Scout Pack S, sponsored >y Calf Pen Meadow PTA, will lave its pack meeting Wednes- day starting at p.m. In the all-purpose room of the school. Cubmaster Harvey Nutter has announced that since the March meeting was cancelled due to storms, themes from both lasi month and April will be carried out. Those dens with displays on "Home Handyman" for March and "Mountains of America" for April will have them at Wcdnes day's meeling. Awards will' be presented in eluding those scheduled for lasi monlh's meeling. All Cubs atlend with at least one parent Teachers Win Game The Live Oaks-Seabreeze teach ers bested the Oils Youth Cente Old Timers in a basketball game last Friday night by a score o 67 to 59. A crowd of nearly 200 walchei he game at Seabreeze school 'roceeds from the event will gc oward the OYC sports awart1 light lo be sometime in May lobert Meyers will be in charge youth center has expresse ts thanks lo the teachers fo aking part in the program. On the winning team wer Flako. Robert Blake Leonard Paskow, William Cork cry, Manuel Ramos, Rober Brooks. Kenneth Moulden, Georg .opes, George Davidson, Michai )uinn, Dominic Ragucci, Ben iamin Boreiko and Dominic Lonardo. The team was coache ly Mr. Lonardo. Team members for the Old Timers were Joseph Frisco, Don- ciior at Bullard-Havcns Rcgiona wiches and will be pre- Firehquse Addition Dedicated in Shelton Post Shelton Mayor Charles Frager (second from left) offers his congratulations at dedication ceremonies yesterday of an addition to While Hills Fire company building, Easl Village road and School street, Shelton. Left to right are First Lieut. John Novotny, Mayor Frager, Capt. Walter Wheeler and Second Lieut. Richard Bales. CHURCH SPURS BUILDING DRIVE MONROE JEAN LOVELAND 69 Sharon aid Hopkins, Edirard Vigliotti, George Brown, Bob Meyers, Jo- seph Merli, Sol Gross, Thomas D'Alessandro and John DeGray. Coach was Joseph Prisco. Referee was Ed Austin of the Milford Recreation department. Guild Meeting Tonight The Guild of St. Agnes church will meet at 8 o'clock tonight in the clubhouse. Mrs. Leo Col- leltc. president, will conduct the business meeting which will take place after the program. The program will .be "Sand- Thc Executive Project Build- ing commitlee of the Monroe Congregational church will spon- sor a men's breakfast, Sunday at a.m. in Beardsley hall, for all men who are members or friends of the church. Following the breakfast, plans tor the building program and details of the fund raising cam 3aign and other important phases of the activities planned during the ncxl eight weeks, will be ex plained. Men and friends of the church are asked to confirm their reser vations for the breakfast with either James Davison, 50 Maple wood drive, or .T. Raymoni Chrisl Ihe Redeem- er building fund committee con- this group of employes. "I plan to review this wilh the Civil Service commission and the Boards of Police and Fire com missioners in an effort lo find t meaningful solulion and I would greatly appreciate any further suggestion your honorable board might have on the matter." Ft. Trumbull Club Sets Fashions, Card Party The Fort Trumbull Beach nchool Parents club will sponsor B wig fashion show and card par- ty tomorrow al 8 p.m. at the nchool, Charles street, co-chair- men Mrs. John Hurd and Mrs. Clarence Clapp, announced. Models will be members of the faculty of the school including Mrs. Richard Herman, Mrs. Joseph Kashman, Mrs. Stephen T-ricdlandcr, Mrs. Thomas Ken- nclley and Mrs. David Cole and the school secretary Mrs. Howard Felgcnhauer. Tickets arc available from any member of the committee. Mrs. Hurd, Mrs. Clapp. Mrs. Russclll Hedstrom. Mrs. John Mrs. Edward Delpicr. Mrs. Francis Canficld and Mrs. How- ard Roberts. The committee has requested All those who plan on attending should bring their own cards. 318 Jobless Claims The Milford office of the Con- Tiecticul Labor Department Em- ployment Security division pro- cessed 313 claims lasi week, il has been reported by Robert A. Cronin, executive director. Of these, 99 were initial claims find 219 were continuing cases, Mr. Cronin said. WATES Meeting Tuesday A meeling of Ihe Milford WATES will lake place tomor- row al 8 p.m. in Ihe Milford Health ccnlcr, Bridgcporl ave- nue, Mrs. Grace Menhenick, president, announced. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. Kluck and Mrs. Eleanor MacDonald. Last week's top weight loser was won by Mrs. Charlotte Haycock. Guild Board In Meet Chrisl the Redeemer guild will conducl an executive hoard meeting tomorrow at 8 p.m. al Technical school will be pre- sented. Mr. Fields will speak on the opportunities gained from voca- tional high school training for students who are unsure of their future vocation. Since the pros- pect of a vocational high school for Milford is now under discus- sion this program should be of particular interest, Mr. Mancini aid. Following the meeting refresh- ment will be served by Mrs. Ber- nard Blolney, Mrs. Burton Hoage, Mrs. Gerald Miller and Mrs. Richard Mace. Mr. Mancini has also announ ccd that Mrs. Donald Nytko and Mrs. Allen Ritchie attended the PTA Slate Convention at the Hil- ton Hotel in Hartford recently to conduct the annual business o the state organization. The delegates attended section al meetings dealing with "The Teaching of Religion in Schools.1 "Education for Diversity, an resented by the students of Helen teller Middle school, al 8 p.m. n the Keller school: several reports had been all-purpose room of the at an early hour today, listing damage which had been done during the night in the vicinity vcned for n progress report on Wednesday evening at the Knights of 'Columbus hall on Bridgeport avenue. With parishwide visits started over the weekend, the committeemcn reported gift sub- scriptions totalling more than The primary objective of the parishivide appeal for capital funds is lo help defray construc- tion costs of a church edifice and a multi-purpose parish hall which will be erected on a 12-acre tract of land fronting on Oronoque road. Plans for the proposed structures are being prepared by John W. Handy, Jr., of Stratford. The Building Fund committ2C is being led by general chairman Robert Kapusta, and Associate Chairmen Andrew Sobocins-'u, Lawrence Turcottc, and Alton Vnlanlh. Team captains in charge of ptio- graphical areas are Edward Sobo- Edward J. Kozlowski. Dr. Paul Beauvais, George T. Ryan, Peter Muratore, Joseph Gaidish, Herbert B. Strouse, Joseph Lom- bard and Dr. Joseph Cogguillo. The Rev. Richard J. Toner, pastor, announced at the meeting Ihat the campaign will be official- ly launched wilh a religious cere- mony Wednesday at 8 p.m. in St. Mary's church. The Right Rev Joseph R. Lacy, chancellor of the Archdiocese of Hartford will pro side at'Ihe special blessing ceie mony. All parishoners of Chrisl the Redeemer parish are urgw and invited lo attend. ord. Also, Dr. Arthur Weilzner of Stratford; Dr. Miiton Krantz, Dr. John Ingari, Dr. Henry Coppcs, Dr. James T. Keegan, all of Mil- ford and G. Warren Beach, ad- ministrator of the nursing home. Calendar Agnes guild, 8, clubhouse. Is Serv- by SI. Agnes guild. 1 p.m. clubhuose Live Oaks bas- 484 Wheeler road, will give a talk and demonstration of Tole The average American make 4.5 visits to the doctor and l.i visits 16 the dentist per yea! in the United States, says the Census Bureau. ketball dinner 7 p.m., school Woodmont Union chapel church p.m., church Easl Shore posl 196, American Legion, 25 Merwin avenue, 8 p.m, BIRTHS RECORDED AT GRIFFIM HOSPITAL recorded at Griffin hospital were: April II, aughters to Mr. and Mrs. John V. Christen, 58 Liberty strcel, Ansonia and Mr. and Mrs. Alberl Villis, 132 Olson drive, Ansonia and a son to Mr. and Mrs, Wayne F.omunds, Oxford road, Oxford. April 12, daughters lo Mr. and Mrs. Douglas P. Dill, 360 Roose- velt drive, Seymour; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vaivoda, 143 West street, Seymour and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wright, 43 Pleas- ant street, Seymour and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schaub, 89 Maltby street, Shellon. April 13, sons lo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maler, 46 Highland ave- nue, Shelton; Mr. and Mrs. Man- uel E. Rionda, 5 Rutland slreel, Ansonia and Mr. and Mrs. An- drew Wysowski, 310, Derby ave- nue, Derby and a daughler lo Mr. and Mrs. Roherl Pizzi, Seymour avenue, Seymour. campaign, Curtis M. Morvec, chairman of tlie Project committee, an- nounces Ihe appointment of Mrs. Hans E. Dineson as chairman of merortal gifts for the building project. Gary Barsumian, chairman of Ihe committee in charge of the brochure, art work and promo- tion, is being assisted by Mrs. Carl Lynn. William Feeny, Max Hauenstein and Mrs. Gary Bar- jmian. The Project committee will meet tomorrow at 7 p.m. in the hurch hall, instead of tonight, according to Mr. Morvec. Tickets Sold Out Members of the Jaycce Wives ickct committee for their vaude- ville show, "Waitin" For the Rob- ert E. which will be pre- enled in Ihe Vitramon Trumbull auditorium Saturday night, an- nounce Ihat Ihe show is a sellout and no additional tickets are available. The rehearsal schedule for the remainder of the week was also announced today. The entire cast will rehearse tonight and Wed- nesday at p.m. in the Step- ney Baptist church hall. Dress rehearsal will take place Friday at p.m! in Ihe Trumbull Vi- tramon auditorium. The Jaycee Wives will conduct their regular meeting tomorrow at 8 p.m, in the home of Mrs. jordon Fairchield, 13 Hemlock lane. Mrs. Car! P. Michiein of Parents Club Tonight The new middle school Parents club will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in the auditorium of Masuk high school. Michael P. Fcttig, school.prin- cipal, announces that following the introduction of new officers, the .Chalk Hill Building commit- tee will outline its plans and show preliminary drawings of the build- ng. of Oakwood road and Green Lawn avenue by a group of youths. Mailboxes had been knocked down on Oakwood road and a car was driven across the lawn and through a row of hedges at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vin- cent DeStafano, at 36 Oakwood drive. Police said none of the resi- dents of the area reported hear- ing any noise at the time the vandalism took place. Mrs. George Olsovsky, Mrs. A. C. Vertucci, and Mrs. Robert1 Byrd served on the nominating committee. All parents of middle school students are invited to atlend the meeting, To Visit Legislature Eighth grade class members at the middle school will visit the state Legislature tomorrow and Thursday. Half of Ihe class will attend each day and will tour the capitol building. Calendar Tonighl Stepney Methodist church school teachers meeting. p.m. Congregational church school leachers and board of religious education will meet. 8 St. Mark's adult Bible study group, p.m. East Village Methodist Men's Club work meet- mg, 6 P-m. executive board of Mother's club, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Lee Howden, 2-1 Windsor road Baptist Stepney-Trum- bnll circle, 8 p.m. Cub Pack 163, St. Stephen's parish hall, 7 p.m. Sippin-Winspur Posl 176, American Legion, 8 p.m. town hall Pack 162, den 3, home of Mrs. Venice Reese, 6 p.m. St. Stephen's CCD class- es. p.m., school Monroe Alley Cats bowling league, 9 p.m. Bowlorama Congregational confirmation class, p.m. Bird bowling league, 10 a.m., Monroe lanes Confirmation classes, and p.m.. Good Shepherd LECTURE ON FLOWERS FOR DINING TABLES RIDGEFIELD Mrs. Then dore Safford, past president ol the Caudatowa Garden .club am a member of the Ridgefield Gar den club, will demonstrate suit able floral arrangements fd dining lables tomorrow at a.m. in the First Congrcgationa church house. The lecture will be the fourtl in the series, "The Art of Flowei which is open to thv. public and sponsored by Ihe Women's Fellowship of lh' church. Mrs. Safford will cover points .as the selection of How ers and containers as they an coordinated wilh china, pottery silverware and linens relative t, various occasions. Mrs. .Saffon has earned a tri-color award an has won a number of blue rib bons for show competition. Sh also competed in the Chilleng Class at the International Flov cr show in New York city. Baby-silling service and rcfrssl mcnls will be provided by th fellowship. Fire Emergency service" and e will demonstrate mouth to aouth method of artifical res- ijration on a life-sized mane- Each Cub attending must be iccompanied by an adult. Den mothers will inform their boys is to what refreshments to bring. To Enter College Peggy Ruane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ruanc, 57 Len- ox avenue, a senior at Jonathan Law high school has been ac- cepted at the University of Bridgeport and she plans to en- cr her freshman year in the all. design. Hostesses for the meeling arc Mrs. Donald Richardson, Mrs. Albert Reynolds, Mrs. Charles Sala and Mrs. Fairchild. Dr. Stotls to Speak The Monroe Wales club will have as their guest speaker on May 4, Dr. H. Lyie Slotls. ac- cording to Mis. Thomas Mihalov, presidenl. Mrs. Mihalov said Ihe club meetings have been advanced one-half hour and will begin at a.m. every Thursday in the Baptist church hall, beginning im- mediately. Anyone interested is welcome to attend any meel- ing. Town Committee Lutheran .church Pack 162, Den 4, home of Mrs. Jean Gru- ber, p.m. 63, den 3. home of Mrs. Frank Drains, p.m. Stepney Tri-Gra-Y club, after school, Stepney ele- mentary school. The Democratic Town commit- mitlec will meet tonight at o'clock in the home of Norman Haflich. Wayne road. Circles Plan Meetings (The Ruth circle of the Good Shepherd Lutheran church will meet tomorrow at 8 p.m. in Ihe ALDERMEN TO ACT ON MILFORD BUDGET Board of Aldermen will resume delib- erations on the proposed city and Board of Education budgets tonight at 8 o'clock in City hall. The aldern.rn, at their last meeling, added to the total proposed budget, now making it They have approved appropriations totaling began their deliberations earlier this month. More than 40 million huntin and fishing licenses arc sold i the United Slates each year. DANBURY MAN JOINS chool. Lieut. Peter Phalen of the lilford Fire department and a eprescntative of the Milford bership team meeting for Trea- mone district has been called for tomorrow at p.m. in the Grace Episcopal church hall in Trumbull. First on the agenda of the meet- ing will be rcporls from Sus- taining Membership teams. _ All workers have been asked to make their final report. Joseph Clark, district chairman, will discuss the Goodwill Good Turn' Days from April 15-22; district partici- pation in the "Scouting Rounds A Guy Out" show at Pleasure Beach on May 5and 6; the Council an- nual dinner on May 17; the Trea- mone district Camporee on May 19-21; reservations for Camp Pomperaug; current membership and unit status, Exchange Club Meeting Exchange club members will meet at p.m. tonight at the defense speak on Datebook Brotherhood of St. Andrew's. Senior choir rehearsal, 7, St. Andrew's Junior Alliance Youth fel- lowship, 7, Calvary Alliance church Devon Lions club 7, Bar-B-Q restaurant. Pos' road Devon Post 7788 VFW 8, Post Home, Naugatuck ave Joint meeting ol Church council and building committee. Wildermere Beach Congregational church. Tomorrow Devon library noon to 5, 6 to p.m. Wildermere Beach library, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Devon Ro- tary club, p.m., Sullivan's restaurant. town hall. Mrs. James Ryan, Mrs. Charles Weber, Mrs. George N. Salvia. Mrs. Hyman Etkind and Mrs. Stuart Foster. Thirty-two students from grades cicty. 5-8 will participate in the program entiled "Science Magic." In a The poster announcing the program the students promise "flyinj "corks that are volcanoes." This part of the program will take place in the science labs. During the business meeting of he PTO, the election of officers vill be conducted and a short eport on the year's activities will be presented as well as an an- nouncement about the gifts of the PTO to the schools this year. It vill be the final meeting for Mrs. Orville P. Powell, who has been president for two years. 4H Club Plans for a trip lo the Mid- Fairfield County museum will be made at a meeting of the 4H Tiger Lilies Friday after school :n the home of their leader, Mrs. Henry Kowaleski on Westport road. The girls, who are now working on a foods project, will concentrate on sandwiches at Ihis meeting. WNAB meeling hall at East Wash- ngton and Noble avenues in Bridgeport. Following the dinner there will be a program pre- sented by the Easton Banjo so- Summer Recreation summer recreation pro- gram, the refreshment stand at Easton park and the lease for the Swimming association will be on the agenda of the. meeting of Ihe Park and Recreation com- mission tonight at 8 p.m. in the Pack 66 Hikes Calendar Ttmight Exchange club, p.m., WNAB building, Bridgeport. Fire company officers, p.m., firehouse Park and Recreation commission, 8 p.m., town hall. Tomorrow WSCS, executive board, a.m. and member- ship luncheon, p.m., Ben- nett hall .Episcopal church- women, p.m., luncheon meeting, Parish of Christ's church hall. SAXTON PRAISES WORK OF GRANGE MONROE Firsl Selectman Alec E. Saxton has proclaimed this week as "Grange Week" and .urges all residenls to take note I of the worthy U. S. HEALTH STAFF! Mr. Sax ton's proclamation DANBURY-Albcrt M. fparl' "Whereas on of Mr. and Mrs. Albert !lle. America for 100 years and the ealth Service s Nationa Center, acco J Amcrican a- or Urban ami Industrial K n Cincinnati, Ohio. He is an assistant cooperation through rais riculture are furnishing import- ant avenues to achieve inlerna- Cub Scouts from Pack 66 went on their annual spring hike re cently. They started at Westport road south of the Hemlocks res- ervoir to Cricker Brook. Then they went east to Indian Shelter road where they lunched, explor- ed the caves and rested. The trip back was by way of Wilson road. In the group were John Berges, Scolt Mathews. Billy Condon, Brian Gillette, Douglas Di Vesta, Frank Harrington, Eric Gustaf- son, Joel Biechelc. Douglas Braddock, Tim Ryan, Randy Sands, John Smith, Glen Swan- ion, Kenneth and Paul Reinert, Andrew Lange. Noel Quinton, Dan Martelli, Jim Wright, Rus- sell DclVcnlo, Michael Chmnow- ski. Gary Hamann, Richard Kac- chele, and the den leader, Rus- sell Senior. The adults with the group were Ribert Reinerl, Alfred W. Ha- mann, Harold Martelli and Cub- master John Mathews. Concert Wednesday The Danbury State College Music department to be presented in Joel Barlow high school will be on Wednesday at p.m. and not Tuesday night as an- nounced yesterday. The concert is being sponsor- ed by (he Joel Barlow Education association and is to provide funds tor their annual scholar- ship to a graduate who plans to AFS Needs'" NEW FAIRFIELD MAN OPENS LAW OFFICE J. Hanna- fin has opened a law omen at 30 West street. He lives at Candlewood Knolls, v'ew Fairfield, with his wife, the former Kathleen Hooper Collins, and their two sons. He received 'his A. B. degree from Brown university in 1959, an I.L.B. from the University ot Connecticut School of Law in 1965, and was- admitled lo the Connecticut bar that year. He served in the U. S. Marine Corps in the Far East, and is a member of the Board of Educa- anilary engineer in milk sanita-j jns levels of nutrition and stand- Mrs. 'john Cleghor'n. chairmen tion and the School Building Committee of New Fairfield. He also is a director of the Region- al YMCA and the Southwestern Connecticut Heart association. LIBRARY TO STRESS TEENAGERS' BOOKS RIDGEFIELD A list of sug- gested books for teenagers will he available at the Ridgefield li- brary this week in observance of National Library Week April 15 through April 2'2. Mrs, A. J. Girolmelti, student librarian, said that Iherc will also 75 new books available for circulation. The adult section of the library will feature a number of books which have been made inio mov- ies recently. The slogans for National 1.1- and "How Do f ion and food research for the National Cenlcr's environmental anilalion program. As an officer in Ihe Public: ards of living for all people of the world; "And whereas the Grange is of the Host Family committee   are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily except Tnurs- 10 a.m. lo 9 p.m. iica's share in solving the world ood crisis without diminishing he economic progress of Amer- ,ca or its people; "And whereas Ihe objectives of j the world's only family farm fra- :ernity include building charac-j tcr, encouraging education, moling acceplance of individual and communily responsibilily and fostering sound legislation; "And whereas Ihe Grange seeks two the c students from abroad lot] About halt of the nation's pea- oming year, especially after, hut crop is used in the pro- Ihe generous response of the two'duclion of peanut butter. lo achieve these goals and other policies and programs through direct local member participa- tion, I do hereby declare lhal the week of April 16 through April 22 will be Grange Week in Mon Newtown Water Co. FIRE HYDRANTS WILL BE FLUSHED APRIL 19, 20, 21 Some discoloration of water is to be expected and lowered prcsiure in the higher areas. A,   

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