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Bridgeport Post (Newspaper) - February 4, 1962, Bridgeport, Connecticut Bridgeport s family newspaper vol. Lxxi11, no. 5 weather forecast Cloudy. Milder today rain or Snow monday claw pos Uii Al Coon Bridgeport 2, conn., sunday february 4, 1962 published Ory at 0 stir St. Bridgeport. Fona 120 auks six sections pets Sid g m Stea fast rerun of Sikorsky Norb vote a War photo Glenn jr., astronaut at John h. Pose with his wife outside their Arlington va., Home yesterday during his first news conference since he spent More than five hours in the Mercury capsule atop a rocket Al Cape canaveral Fla., a week ago Only to have the hot postponed Glenn Laid he ii anxious to get ahead with his orbit of the Earth. . Clamps embargo on All cuban imports Washington Kennedy tight ened the United states economic squeeze on Castro s Cuba yesterday ordering a total Cut off in imports of cuban products. The action will Cost Cuba million a year. Seen severe blow administration officials that the embargo effective next wednesday will be a severe blow to the ability of prime mip ister Fidel Castro to Export communist subversion to other latin american countries. His total Dollar income last year was under million officials said so the new . Action will reduce it by one third this year. While clamping the embargo on imports Kennedy specifically authorized the continued Sale of . Food and Medicine to Cuba. Officials said also that airline continued on Page official weather data trom us weather Bureau . Deal of Commerce Cloudy Bridgeport and Vicinity cloudiness and Milder today High in the 40s. Increasing cloudiness and mild tonight Low 30 to 35. Monday Cloudy with Light rain or Snow developing later in the Day. Winds Light southwesterly winds Al about 18 . Temperature highest yesterday 34 lowest yesterday 25 highest year ago yesterday 28 lowest year ago yesterday 23 precipitation yesterday i-04 for month "-07 barometer 8 . My humidity 8 . 94% the tide today tomorrow . High . . . Low . . . Almanac sunday february 4 thirty fifth Day of the year. Forty fifth Day of Winter. Sun rises at . And sets at . Guild Counsell conf ident Region unit to be upheld an official of the Independent aircraft Guild said last night he will press for a speedy representation elec Tion rerun at Sikorsky aircraft. Follows ruling John f. Clancy Legal counsel for the bag made the announce ment after the regional director of the National labor relations Board made a recommendation that the dec. 19 bargaining rights election won by the teamsters be voted. Jewelry workers Union backed in Norb election at Mem tuesday the greater Bridgeport labor Council Al Cio last night advised Manning Maxwell and Moore employees to vote for the International jewelry workers Al Cio Union in the election on or. Clancy who said he received a copy of the Norb re port and recommendations yesterday said he anticipates the Norb in Washington will uphold the recommendation of its regional office. Attempts to reach Joseph p. Leary teamsters organizer and Lant m Stratford. York or the three unions competing undid to be out for the evening tuesday election Are the Sikorsky aircraft a division of after the snowfall one had to shovel yesterday before one could ice skate according to Gary and Harold Smith of 197 Flanders Street who were captured in this Snow shovel ing Bullet As they took a turn at Clearing the White stuff from the Man made Pond at Seaside Park. The Brothers did t seem to mind the chore. It s much More fun than shovelling the they commented. Stratford list Norwalk nurse faces the jewelry workers presently rep resenting the employees the United aircraft corp., major manufacturer of helicopters pm teamsters Union and the inde ploys some production and pendent Union. Employees will Al so be Given the Opportunity to maintenance workers. In the election the teamsters Al James a. Hoffa president of totalling a. Pm International teamsters of Over vote no Defeated the Guild. To Charles Groves president of Hoffa role the Council said stay with the i the pre election Campaign mainstream of labor in the Al Cio. We urge every Mem ploy to vote for the International jewelry workers Al Cio in he tuesday Electron. The Norb decision yesterday recommending hat the teamsters Victory at the Sikorsky Plant be set aside should give encouragement to workers Iron ghost the Bridgeport area n supporting responsible and democratic Trade or. Groves said that the coun assessment Rise to pro Duce More in tax Revenue critics at is of the opinion that the contract negotiated by local 210 of the jewelry workers is the equal of the Best in the Bridgeport area. New Deal seen speaking of the appointment of a trustee for the Union the Council president commented now that the irresponsible leadership has been eliminated from that local Union Manning Maxwell and Moore workers have the Opportunity to vote themselves a new Deal under the jewelry workers. From Here on in the members of that local can build on the benefits they have received under that Union contract and at the same time can be sure that the affairs and the finances of says refusal to vote for Cuba ouster blow for Buenos Aires Argentina defying his powerful critics at Home president Arturo Frondizi declared yesterday Argentina s refusal to vote for exclusion of Cuba from the inter american family was a blow for the Basic principles of self determination and a warning to the United states and 13 latin american voting to expel Cuba at Punta Del Este Frondizi said he death of these principles would turn the hemisphere Over to the Law of the Frondizi spoke out in an address at Parana at a time when be appeared to have settled a crisis with his armed forces chiefs. Angered by Argentina s so called soft stand at the hemisphere s foreign ministers meeting they had demanded he break relations with communist Cuba. Frondizi then summoned Home ambassador Julio Amoedo from continued on Page on Page four Godwin Dies of gunshot wound a Karl Godwin 68, of Partrick Lane portrait Painter and Illustrator was found dead of a gunshot wound in his Home about noon yesterday. Police said it was an apparent suicide. Godwin had been in ill health for several months. A native of Canada he had done work for the Reader s digest and other National magazines. There Are no immediate survivors. Fairfield query answered will help Art pupils draw straight line in by Frederick e. Phelan Stratford a net grand an in flew to Bridgeport where he been j n led with director of finance continued on Page four Allen b Vermilya by town As Sessor t. Emmet Murray. The new grand list which May be adjusted by the Board of tax review after its meetings this month is higher than the estimate made by town manager Harry b. Flood when he used the 9 t a t p treasurer piano estimated figure of in j i a i e i treasurer nans presenting his budget requests to new bid for seat in House he won in 1958 Irwin to enter Congress me by William j. Walsh state treasurer Donald j. Irwin of Norwalk a Democrat is planning to run for Congress a gain from the fourth Fairfield county District this year it was Learned last night. Or. Irwin who has been the party s county congressional candidate the past two elections s expected to be the Choice of 3arty leaders for a third straight 3id for the office. Or. Irwin who was elected to continued on Page six the town Council. Based on the current tax rate of 35.9 Mills the increase in the grand list would produce 620 in additional Revenue for the town. Or. Murray in announcing the continued on Page four today s chuckle the Little boy approached his father who was standing by the Edge of a Cliff Admir ing the scenery. He said mama says it in t Safe Here and you re either to come away or else give me the picnic 116 by Dick Ondek a 45-year-old Norwalk registered nurse is being held without bail on a charge of homicide by Brooklyn ., detectives in connection with the death of a woman Friend in a fire. Mattress ablaze Brooklyn police said yesterday that Ellen Macleod 45, of 45 Maple Street a private duty nurse in the Norwalk area has admit Ted setting fire to a mattress 2 Men to buy site of renewal Price of is set for 12-acre tract await approval re developers to lease building to Indus trial tenants which took the life of Regina Ca Lill 63, in her apartment at 385 e. 18th Street in the Flatbush Section of Brooklyn Friday morn ing. The victim a retired new York City Bank employee was dead on arrival at King s county Hospi school sought for North end 2 gop members of Board hit cuts made by comptroller the City comptroller s recommendation against 60 per cent of the budget increases requested by the Board of education Drew criticism yesterday from he two Republican members of the Board James f. Staple Lon formed to press and mrs. Anita s. Vogel. Drive for new Structure 7-room addition by Russell j. Redgate the City is preparing to sell the 12-acre West Side no. 1 Urban renewal site now virtually cleared of buildings to a corporation headed by two new York City businessmen at a. Price of mayor Tedesco announced yesterday. The mayor and officials of the City s redevelopment Agency reported the prospective re developers Joseph Gerla and Charles s. Free Man owners and operators of several office buildings and apartments in new York Are planning to erect a million Industrial Plant on the West Side site. Agency approves action at a meeting last week the re development Agency headed by Arthur Clifford As chairman gave to approval for signing a Dis Osal agreement or Sale con tact with the Bridgeport Center he., the firm formed by or. 3eria and or. Freeman. After a 10-Day Public notice period the Agency will submit the Roposa to the common Council or its approval of the Conte both issued Public statements plated Sale of West Side site urging that the tax Board Over a mayor Tedesco hailing the pro Rule the comptroller s cuts part i posed disposition of the site ice Early in regard to has failure a group of North end residents j o support the Board s requests noted that the project was commenced in order to make Avail has formed a citizens commit for More personnel. Tal from multiple Burns of the tee for full time education and Jody. Her nearly nude body was found lying on the floor of the living room when police and firemen arrived at the scene. Detectives said miss Macleod old them she and miss Cahill had been drinking and an argument developed but was hazy on other details exchanged visits police said miss Macleod arrived at the Brooklyn apartment sometime thursday apparently to spend the weekend. The pair had been friends for about a year and a half police Laid and had exchanged visits continued on Page four will Start a petition Campaign comptroller Thomas a. Ligan in his Overall City budget Able Industrial property so As to i induce new Industry to come to tomorrow aimed at Early con recommendations for the fiscal Striction of a new elementary school and an addition to an existing one. The Campaign announced yesterday by mrs. Ernest Bauer publicity chairman has a goal of year starting april 1, published last weekend recommended for the school system. Up but Short of request while this is above the original budget granted for the 2.000 signatures for presentation cur6rent u at the March 12 meeting of the is Han the Board requested Board of education. For next year. The desired projects Are a new d he h d school on City owned land on h comptroller s Fig both a dec file listed As top Jert w v _ r with the school budget As continued on Page four rare event in heavens the continued on Page four dope ring suspects Bridgeport or for expansion of Industry already in the City. This development should bring continued on Page five sir Cedric ill Hollywood a British actor sir Cedric Hardwicke was hospitalized with a respiratory infection last night. Doctors at ced ars of Lebanon Hospital said his condition was fair. Hardwicke will be 69 on feb. 19. In today s sunday Post Section Page arts books classified ads comics is it doomsday or Dawn of Golden Era by Andrew Meisels associated press writer in Case you Haven t noticed doomsday is near. That at any rate is the prediction of a group of Indian astrologers who have forecast a variety of dire events for either today or tomorrow. Fairfield the Fairfield school administration has pro posed to spend in the new fiscal year so that Art pupils in Mckinley school can draw a straight line. This was disclosed Friday night at a Board of education meet ing when Frank Peck business manager presented budget proposals for the maintenance of Plant Section of the budget. He had this explanation to of Fer when queried about the expenditure by William Newman Iii Hoard member. Every irae the school Furnace starts up during the cold weather extensive vibrations Are caused because the smoke stack is tied to the ceiling. The vibrations Are transmitted to the Walls and astrologers disagree a but whether or not the Earth Saturn Are Al lined up com n turmoil by the time you read Parat ively close together with a astrologers certainly Sun and the Moon. In Borneo from the United states to India and out at sea in the Pacific this hey Are in violent disagreement j lineup will cause an eclipse of As to just what today will Sun tomorrow tend. I astronomers think All of this is to give you an idea of the very interesting and several of Range of their disagreement one1 hem have gone on expeditions to group has said the human race new. Guinea to watch the show May end by tomorrow while an but the y say it s All predictable other says the Earth May be in for and happens with a fair amount a new Golden age. Of regularity about 10 times astronomers meanwhile thousand years. The last All of the astrologers Are the lineup occurred was in struck they make it their Astro Kooist who believe the floor of the adjacent Art class Najj they Sce no meaning the movements of the heavenly with the result that it is in he Way the Are lined bodies affect human affairs Are room impossible for pupils and the teacher to draw a straight line. Harvey Bresler Board of education chairman said he per up today. Considerably More impressed. Last month Tahah Lita Mant that by the Way is the Jhurani said she and a group of Ause of All this excitement. Moved to the Arizona tonally tried to draw a you won t be Able to see Mountain town of Cleator he line and could t do it. Anything special in the heavens cause astrologers designated it it is proposed to remedy you happen to be in theirs one of 12 places in the world situation by installing steel sup-1 area of Borneo the five visible to be spared catastrophe. She ports for the smoke stack so that panels Are putting on quite a has sliced moved away and oth it no longer will have to be tied celestial spectacle. Saturn m from Spain new York three men described by Federal authorities As Kingpins of a million narcotics ring were returned from Spain under heavy guard ast night to stand trial. A detail of 45 policemen and Federal agents carrying shot guns and a met the plane and took up strategic posts at the Airport. An armed guard hustled the three Vincent Mauro 45, Frank Caruso 58, and Salvatore Maneri quickly out of Public View. 20 7 8 -9 10-11 12 4 6 12-13 14 2-13 1 5 Parade Magazine Section f Queen Elizabeth 4-5 16-17 18-20 Junior Post movies Heaters obituaries outdoor life Puzzle radio to real estate social news sports 4 8-20 2. Twins or better great Road robbery in first Lap around world Robert Kennedy dunked sailing Dinghy in Hawaii Honolulu up atty. Way Between the Island and Hick Gen. Robert Kennedy on a 26 am j a we were coming Back from Fly Good will tour around the h d a world got dunked in haw8" a Choppy Waters while sailing Dinghy. To the ceiling. Mercury Venus Mars Jupiter continued on Page four astronomical phenomenon drawing shows How the Earth and us neighbouring planets will appear in a relatively straight line monday in their orbits around the Sun. The planets usually spread in random or ital positions in the solar system will be lined up in this manner for the first time Ince 1821. Dunked in and Wem Mer i it. Jug Ned scares 25, of fair Haven. Mass. Kennedy his wife and a Friend. Soares it. Jug Stan Baldwin mrs. Donald Wilson were of Pensacola Fla. And Bald from the Waters of Honolulu Beebe helped the Harbor by two Navy lieutenants Kennedy and their companions who it re water skiing Baldwin s 14-foot outboard Friday night. I runabout and took them to the the Kennedy parly Hod set out from Hickam air Force base har Bor in the sailing Dinghy and somehow the Craft overturned in the Lee off Sand Island about half Navy s pier. We asked them if they could use a lift. They said yes a continued on Page four

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