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Bridgeport Post, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Bridgeport, Connecticut Two the Bridgeport Post monday february 19, 1962. Town official issues warning about Clearing All sidewalk Stratford acting town manager Richard a Blake today warned All Resi dents of the town that sidewalks collections of Histon in front of their property must be cleared of Snow and ice with out further delay in accordance with the town ordinance. Or. Blake said that the Harabosky mrs. Norman Gall and mrs. Conrad Lesneski. J Seph Melnik. Park supervisor w ordinance Calls for Clearing of Snow and ice from sidewalks within 4f hours after the conclusion of i Snow storm. A Check of the loin the act ing town manager said. Showe that there Are Many areas where no attempt has been made to pre lenten dance set a pre lenten dance has be scheduled for the holy name Jesus Parish Hall on saturday ., sponsored by the to Clear the heavy Snow and from last thursday s storm. These sidewalks must of cleared without further or. Blake said or we will have to invoke the provisions of the ordinance and Send the police to the property owners and Resi the acting town manager said that because of the amount of Snow and the manner in which it packed the town has been lenient in its enforcement of the ordinance but we Are now a new week and this condition must be corrected tonight in town Council sits As ordinance com Mittee Council chamber Muni Cipal building 7 special Council meeting municipal building to adopt budget and set tax rate America Lodge 132, of and masonic Temple Anderson Dunn Kochiss Post american legion legion Hall 8 boy scout troop 75, St. James basement cub pack 73, Nichols Avenue school Blue and Gold dinner Bunny s restaurant 6 Strat Ford Republican women s association Odd Fellows Hall 8 Stratford ladies club Starr Platt Hall 8 boy scouts Grace lutheran Church 7 St. James Guild St. James school games party k of c Hall 8 vow Bowling league Bai cum Al Leys 7 Sterling House Adul Bowling town fair lanes 9. Putney a homemakers se1 to meet on wednesday the Putney homemakers Wil meet wednesday at 11 . In Boothe memorial Park. After a business meeting led by mrs. Al Bert Travis president a covered name society of the Parish. E Mund a. Luchansky is chair of the affair. The Public is cited and tickets will be Ava Ilab at the door. Dish luncheon be served hostesses will be mrs. Edward shh something s about to happen at David Miller Ltd. 517 John St. Jos. J. O Neil Agency a Formi of insurance offers Biff savings on package policies on 3-4 family houses Home owners Auto insurance 753 Fairfield ave. Of 7-7755 or cd 9-0334 5th District gop plan for meeting on Friday the fifth District Republica club will meet on Friday at In the Starr Platt Clu rooms Henry Avenue John Ca non District Leader has announced. Candidates for election to to Republican town committee w be endorsed. All registered r publicans of the District have Bee invited to attend. There will t a social hour after the meeting masons will meet St. John s Lodge of and a will have a stated Communia Ion on tuesday at a the masonic Temple with s Nior Warden Joseph Petrino or siding. The fellow Craft Degre will be conferred. Dance to boost March of dimes a teenage sweetheart danc with All proceeds to go to the March of dimes fund has Bee scheduled for wednesday at .m., in the knights of Columbu Mil main Street at Judson place Neal Agresta chairman has announced. The affair will be one of the ii. A social events planned through Deputy sheriff Myon Rosenbluth Stratford 1962 polio fund Chai Nan or. Agresta said that music of the Public will be provided by the sweetheart orchestra. There will be a selection o miss sweetheart and her Cour during the evening. Each girl Wil receive a number when she enters the Hall and later in the eve Ning the selection will be made the chairman said that girl must not Wear Slacks or shorts to the dance and boys must Wea suits or jackets. Chaperones Wil be provided by the wives of com Mittee members. There will be a series of gifts for miss sweetheart and her escort contributed by merchants o the town. Property is sold warranty deeds filed with town clerk w. Howard Wilcoxson dictate realty transactions As Fol own Raymond Streckfus to Wil and Mary Rich land and buildings Dahl Avenue Fred Irick White to Ralph w. Noel nc., land and buildings fran is Terrace Norman and Goldie Stollman to Joesph and Helen do Gan land and buildings second Avenue. Steve s Market Cor. South ave. I main St. Stratford and wednesday specials Good Economy buys Swift s Premium fresh poultry legs or breasts fresh pork Sale lean fresh Colas 4-t in. Avg. Spareribs Center cat perk chops Uon rib pork Root 7-rib Cut to Leon loin Fork Roost 3vj in. n 39e boiled Ham lean sliced to 99 Swift s wort More Bacon to our Popup Hamburg 3 Ibi. Lamb Pottle 3 Ibi. Sausage meet 2 Ibi Palgi feet 6 ibs. Lamb Shanks and necks 5 Ibi. Med at meeting. The March Council your Ife insurance Lite so then Connecticut Oia Pter of the american society of chartered underwriters is providing this nature on life insurance. Inu Lurlei May be it erected to the american society of chartered Lite Bon full air Are. Bryn mawr a. Motherhood class set on wednesday afternoon another in the current series of classes for expectant mothers will take place wednesday at 2 ., in room 207, municipal building. The class is sponsored by the Stratford visiting nurse association and is open without charge to All expectant mothers of the area. Permits Are issued building inspector Edward car Roll reports that permits have been issued to Helen e. Gadus Barnum Avenue alterations Ray Barbera Barnum Avenue addition Kenneth Peschell Cedar Knoll drive alterations 5650. Aga an team to shoot pal club on saturday the Agawam Junior Rifle club will fire a return match against the Stratford pal Junior Rifle team on the pal Range second Hill Lane school feb. 24 begin Ning at 1 ., Lieut Joseph car ten has announced. Firing for Stratford will be John Goodsell Robert Mottram Gordon Parks Ron Hessels John Vasz Elaine Bugyi Barbara Huenerberg Karen Garten Joan Defelice. There a Wilkinson Janice Mcauley i Virginia Dinicola Kevin Mcdon Bald Albert Pjura and Stephen Metzger. J Council meets tonight the town Council meets tonight at 7 o clock in the Council Cham j Bers municipal buildings As an ordinance committee to conduct a Public hearing on the approx Ria Ilion ordinance for the new fiscal i year and to Levy a tax rate. Immediately after the hearing there will be special Council meeting to adopt the ordinances. 796 visits reported by Vna in january there were 796 visits made by the nurses to the Stratford visit nurse association staff during i january according to a report filed with he town manager s of fice. There were 167 maternity i will visits 251 for health and Comfort at the lunch for non communicable Dis icon meeting of the civitan club ease eight to crippled at In the one for mental retardation 12 for Statfield hotel communicable disease and 10 for tuberculosis cases. There were four medical Well child conferences with 43 in attendance two dental clinics with 20 in attend Ance five motherhood classes with 26 in attendance. Business men s dinner All arrangements have been completed for the annual dinner and social program of the Strat Ford Center businessmen s association saturday beginning at 8 ., in the Raven inn. William Parson president has announced. The Public May Purchase tickets school Heads negotiating for bus service next be from any of the chants. Center Mer what s new about town and townspeople mrs. Evelyn Wardell of Dev on former Stratford High school teacher is a surgical patient in Perry i Bridgeport Hospital St. John s Lodge of and will have its annual Washington birthday dinner and program on thursday evening in the masonic Temple. The speaker will be Wor w. Foster master of St. Ship Ful brother Schreeder. Past John s Lodge 4, and Junior War Den of philosophic Lodge of re search both of Ilar Ford puzzling the 1952 class Stratford High school reunion committee Are the present whereabouts of ormer class members Bob Crosby. Bruce beam Dave Hall quist Bob Mack and Helen june. Anyone knowing where they May be located is asked to Call to 8-1634 or or 8-2204. Harold Milton refuse collect Ion supervisor warns residents Ince again that they should wrap heir garbage before placing it n the outdoor Container. If it Reeves to the can the collectors nay damage the Container try no to clean it out. The Rev. Pedro Raterta from the Philip Pines will be the speaker at services in the first co Grega ional Church on feb. 25, the lev. George Hodgkins pastor Fairfield the school administration has begun negotiations with four bus firms on a contract for school service starting in the new school year in september preliminary meetings were con ducted last week with representatives of the Gray line bus corp., present contractors the Hajas bus service the or and l company and Trumbull coach lines. A meeting with representatives of the firms has been scheduled for feb. 26. Each firm will be asked t submit its proposals in a scale envelope not later than Noo on feb. 28. The administration announce t also will entertain proposal rom any other bus firm which May be interested in the contract voters to enrol at special session new voters will be Crolle at a special session to be con ducted by town officials Wei mesday from 5 to 8 In Tow Hall. Residence requirements a six months in the town and on year in the state. Naturalize citizens must present their naturalization papers. The session is the first of Nim scheduled this year before the november election. Others Are scheduled on apri 18, june 20, july 18, aug. 22 sept. 5, sept. 29, oct. 1 oct. 13. The properties sold Carol construction com As announced lines and rades on a portion of Bunny new drive 210 feet from Euclid venue have been accepted by be town Council the coun in has voted to retain ownership f a parcel of land owned by be town adjoining fresh Pond it to permit the housing a Hority to use it until ownership f fresh Pond has been decided. The Public works department Highway division has removed a Stonewall on wigwam Lane As a Art of the Road construction program articles for this Olumn must be sent to Fred Rick e. Phelan 120 Clinton reel Stratford to be received t least 48 hours before they ill be published the coun 1 has sold to Angelo Lecardo r Pius a sewer Lien of 04.73, lots 288 and 289 on the uth Side of Sedgwick Avenue the town manager has in authorized to negotiate with veers of property on the North de of Church Street for use additional parking area for e downtown business Center. Council chairman Joseph w. Enables has agreed to set a the for a meeting with health apartment officials to discuss amendments to the town health sanitary regulations Council has been notified at the dog Warden must be Pany has sold a House on Oil Hickory Road to Donald and Nita Shane and Adolph mos Kowitz has sold a House on East Field Terrace to Josephine Aiello it was reported in deeds file in the town clerk s office. Gop luncheon reservation mrs. Fred Schaefer of Farmington Avenue is accepting reservations for the Fairfield county Republican women s luncheon feb. 28 at In the Woodway country club Darien. A panel discussion of Federal Aid to the aged will be featured. Mrs. Linda Rich president of the local women s Republican club mrs. D. Verner smythe and mrs. Schaefer have made reservations to Date. Drill team to meet the Junior auxiliary Drill team of the George a. Smith legion Post will meet tonight at in legion Hall with Bill Larose instructor. Meetings Are conducted each monday. Members Are Linda Fisher Laura Chueka Gail Slovensky Donna Adams Eileen Hasak Wilma Poklemba Pat Smith Gerri Smith Robin Selavka Mary Nosal Flora Vegi Joann of Slemba Pat Nosal Nancy Nosal and Mary Hasak. Cub pack 99 sets Blue Gold dinner the annual Blue and Gold Din Ner for cub pack 99 of River Field school will take place feb 27 in the school. Entertainment will be provided by James Ryan magician. Guests will include or. Con stance m. Burns principal Arian Cota chief executive of the Raug Council Ronald tur District executive of the Sasco District Edward Martin neighbourhood commissioner Anc or. And mrs. R. Kent Upham co president of the Pat Spon question i have a poli that pays hospitalization sex uses. Also one that will pay 0 a week if Ilaid up As a suit of either sickness or Acci it. Was in a Hospital and at Home r about three months during in and want to deduct sex uses when i make up in tax returns. I be been told can include the Premium i paid the hospitalization policy but for the policy that paid a week. Is this True if so answer True. Only that ration of Accident and sickness a mums that pays for Hospital Tion doctors nurses drugs d related costs can be deduct As a medical expense. Re Ember too that anything you chive from such a policy re Ces the total expense you can Imas a deduction while the Premium you paid for your a week income disability policy is not deductible As a medical expense the a week you receive is not income there fore you get it tax free. You la probably agree it s bet Ter to get he j50 with no tax to pay Len to deduct he premiums but have o show the s50 As additional you can count on it Well be taxed one Way or the other. Ing funeral Home has been granted a permit for an addition to its building at 1209 Post Road. The project was valued at issued also was a permit to Howard Sackett to finish a base ment playroom at 92 Dave s Lane. Court St. Monica to meets mrs. Callista d. Healey grand Regent will preside at the meet ing of court St. Monica. Cd tomorrow at 8 In the firs Federal savings Bank 1177 Post Road. A speaker from the heart association will be featured. Mrs. Amelia Hanscom and her com Mittee will serve As hostesses for refreshments. Activities tonight great books discussion group meets at 8 o clock in the fair Field Library. Rainbow girls meet at o clock in the masonic Temple. Center fire com Pany meets at 8 o clock. Town ies teenagers meet at 7 o clock. Recreation for boys in Osborn Hill and Roger Ludlowe High schools from 7 to 10 o clock All thumbs 4-h club meets at 7 o clock in the Home of bar King Cole s Gold tape plan saves you Cash now us your bold remoter tapes to 6tt Aara Alexander. St. Thomas men s league meets at o clock in the Parish Hall. Sgt. Thomas j. Nelson vow Post and auxiliary meet at 8 o clock in vow Hall. Pal announcement police athletic league Active ies scheduled tomorrow night in Fairfield Woods school have been cancelled because of school Vaca Ion. Sors of the pack. At the last meeting cub Mas Ter Edwin Faulkner presented advancement awards to Alfret Reil Joseph Barrett Douglas Woolever John Thurston Wal or Hibbs Dave Ives and Mark Stegenga. A three year pin was presented to John Steiner. Pat Board to meet Robert Schimpf president Wil conduct the executive boar meeting of the Osborn Hill Pat tomorrow at 8 In the school Library. The fair on april 7 will be discussed. Oratorio society plans social the newly formed Fairfield oratorio society has planned a Short social gathering following its rehearsal tomorrow night in he first Church. Congregational. The social will afford an Opportunity for members to become acquainted. Mrs. Terrence Dowl ing is handling the arrangements. The instruction in sight read no and music dictation which follows the rehearsals will not be Given this week. It was announced that the rehearsal time has been changed from 8 to 3.m. To accommodate the major to of the society. John Alves director said the initial turnout was he reported the is or a much larger group and news about town and townsfolk Patsy Perrotti the first Dis Rich gop Leader is a candidate for re election to the town com Mittee although he failed to file Lis nominating petition before he deadline last week. A com nation of circumstances in eluding the Snow storm pre vented him from meeting the deadline he said. Walter Schubert son of or. And mrs. Karl Schubert of 75 Berkeley Road recently was pledged to the Delta chapter of he Zeta Psi fraternity of North Merican at Rutgers University. A graduate of Andrew Warde High school. Evelyn Copeland English Coor Linatore in the local school sys anticipated Friday and sat Day in the school and College conference at Barnard College with school closed this Eek for the midwinter Holiday dancing classes sponsored in the recreation program have been cancelled. The Center business Road advisory committee will meet to a to begin its studies of the Oad proposal Suzanne Kal y of Andrew Warde High and Rene Kozek of Roger Ludlowe Ere office observers in the school administration building ast week in the annual Noma program. Or. William i. Glass of the to education committee rates Bow for enduring for so Long the hard seats at the lengthy Board of education meetings which he so faithfully attends. Leaders to meet on gop slates officers of the Republican town committee and members of the gop state Central committee from the City will meet Tomor Row night to discuss plans for convention delegates slate. The full membership of the town committee will meet next on March 1 to endorse town com Mittee members and delegates. At tomorrow s meeting of party leaders town chairman a. Edward Sandula is expected to present a letter from Charles f. Dowd eighth District chairman of the party and Ernest m. Arn old Secretary of the town com Mittee urging endorsement of Newman m. Marsilius of to Buli for the gop gubernatorial nomination As a favorite a subcommittee will be named y or. Sandia to consider the request and make a recommend Ion to the town committee Larch 1. The endorsement of or. Vla Silius is expected in party quarters to be approved at that. Hose interested Uigum Huici Ficu i jul ining arc civitan club to heart Heitert to attend the rehearsals. Cdcpinllot1 vow to obligate group a Tui a l i c i j new members of the sgt. Thom Las j. Nelson jr., Post vow will Peter Wotten advertising obligated at a meeting tonight Calist of the general electric at 8 o clock in the Post Home Grenville Street. Commander Geo Rojc s. Deri will conduct the meeting. Funeral Home to expand Wilmot West and Gould Noma unit sponsors seminar tomorrow Frank m. Knox president of i management consulting firm caring his name in new York and Cleveland will conduct 11-Day seminar tomorrow begin Ling at 10 . In the student Center of the University of Bridgeport. The event will be sponsored by the Bridgeport chapter National office management association. The seminar. Total administrative Cost will include these topics the management and organization requirements for total administrative expense the systems and procedures clerical control the supervisory control and the forms. Re ports and records control or. Knox is the author of Sev eral Bonks and Magazine articles on management consulting. Appliances Bou semes and gift Ere visit King Cole s new Gold tape Center in the Market make your selection pay the tiny Cash Price take it Home with you shop for these specials All Day tuesday open until 9 Chuck Steak . Government Choice heavy Western steer beef 490 in. Special of tails for soup. In. 39c Hunt s fancy sliced yellow cling peaches 2. 35c Hunt s Pancy fruit cocktail 2 39c Stokely s finest stewed tomatoes 2. 41c Stokely s Florida Grapefruit juice natural or sweetened 4 Ehlers Grade a Tea bags 64 59c cooked foods and Delicatessen new treats prepared every Day in our Oiva a Dotlee Kitchen italian Chicken Cacciatore freshly made ib99c baked hungarian stuffed cabbage corned beef hash 69c Snow White hot House cultivated mushrooms Princess Ellen bakery Heg. 69c freshly baked danish butter braids a 59c Ivory Snow Large -7 for. Package Ivory liquid detergent regular of to size j i draft detergent Large package Joy for Dis washing 0-70 d regular size vim detergent tablets regular a i c package a Dynamo liquid detergent 19 of. Plastic Ivory flakes Large package Duz soap powder Large package All records 50% off list Price

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