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Bridgeport Post, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1967, Bridgeport, Connecticut PRESETS 72 AWARD A reduction suggestion by iMdmui in the Avco Lycoming division's turbine assembly de- George Vedder of Mon- roe, has earned for him a near- inaxirnum award of in the Stratford nrm s employe sugges- tions program, It was announced by the company today Total- amount 'ot the M Awards nnomiced. for December MI' to the of all suggestions awards made by Avco Lycoming since Starled Mr. Vedder, of Monroe (urn. .s-868ested that a ilted m power shatt clamping plates so as to continue their use in all Avco Lycommg gas turbine engines now m production. The plates, large quantities ot which were in stock, can now be for newly uprated versions of the engines haying a new configura- tion. Otherwise, they would have continued in limited use being suitable only for engines of an earlier model. An award of second high- est for (he month, went to Daniel woodhouse, of 215 Second ave- nue, Milford, who suggested the elimination of several machining operations on a bearing. Investi- gation of the idea involved a thorough examination of blue- THE BRIDGEPORT POST, THURSDAY, JANUARY .J9, 1967, prints for the operation as it'tfx-l isted, and of rlternalive opera- tions required if the change was to be adopted all of which re- sulted in a reduction'In'produc- tion costs. Joint Pnptta! In another award for the month, (wo Avco Lycoming employes, John Deren, of 29 Pershlng ave- nue, and Benjamin Dugoteski, ot 122 Derby avenue, both of Sey- mour, each received for a joint proposal. The two men suggested that an THIRTY-ONE assembly be put together usiiw two F instead of the three parts previously used, thereby saving a. welding 'operation.' It was deter- mined In analysis that the suggestion has resulted In an as- sembly that is considerably stronger, taking less time to pro- duce and having fewer rejections. Other top awards went to Theo- dore Boluch, RFD 2, Monroe J308; Nichloas Sidorick, Jr., 41 Noe place, Beacon Falls, Joseph Piantidosi, 30 Intervale jwkway, Devon, Joseph Breslin, 764 Nichols a v e n :i e Stratford, James Lombard! 275 Goddard avenue, Mrs Thelma Stensland, U W h i' e slreet, S tra tf o rd, (two Also, Robert J67 Bunnelt slreet, Joseph Nov- otny, 149 E. Village road, Shel- ton, Edward Coy, 199 Hills- point road. Weslport, (three Joseph Casablanca, 395 Woodside avenue, Carine Trerotola, 3165 Main strel, Vincent Faggella, 72 Minor ave- nue, Strat'ord, J52; .Benjamin Sharpc, 36 Soundview avenue, Shcllon, In addition to the 79 award winners in December, W Avco Lycoming employes receiv- ed error ide nli Beat ion awards to- taling Tlie Forest Service is the only major United Stales government branch that regularly harvests a profit. In 1965, timber sales, graz- ing permits, and other fees yield- ed million. BRA GIRDLE SALE! ENTIRE STOCK OF BRAS jcomoujk IV U Better Maker Dacron -Nylon KNIT UNIFORMS Fabulous purchase! Knit Jersey uniforms of easy-care Dacron" polyester-nylon. Shifts! Suits! Fitted stylet and mere! Pleat and ruflla trims. Button and zip fronts. Fully washable. Sizes 8 to 18. Big fashion buy a wardrobe full while this offer lasts! Price SABl 3" Sheer White Nylon SUPPORT STOCKINGS Ease tired legs! Long wearing hose designed for the utmost in support. Reinforced heel toe. Available in beige. Sizes 1 2 167 V- ICONGUNE; Fantaitic selection of fijure! applique, and embroidtrtd trims. Contour stitching. Stnpless styles. Some per- manent press. estir-nylon-cotton cups. ipandex sides, back. In white, pink, blue, black, morel 32-48, A-B-C-D. ENTIRE STOCK OF GIRDLES Figure molding girdles rie- sigrtsd to flatter you! Light- weight nylon' and Lycra' Satin panels some with embroidery. Extra reinforcement for added support. Stretch face cuffs! Proportioned lengths! White, colors. Sizes S-M-L-XL, 32 to 38. Laaies' Feytviations Ladies' Hosiery EVERYTHING Fto QUALITY TUNXIS HILL ROAD at VILLA AVENUE FAIRFIEtD S1QRES IH MlUOR CIT1IS "HE QUESTION: My son is eight and cars old and in the third grade. ie is an A sludent and scores I the 98 percentile in math. His says his problem is with is reading. He reads well but oo slowly. He is too thorough. I have explained to him that if e comes to a word he does not mow, he should keep going and ,et the meaning from the nought in (he sentence. He in- ists on looking up every strange vord in the dictionary. How can-I (rain him to read aster silently? Ho goes to the li- wary every other week but loves o re-read the same books over over. His teacher says we 'Ask the Teacher' By Shirley Casualty Insurance Hints From Iht DrMKDon ol Indtpendeal Injurant. AMnls. Questions on casually Insurance m.y It I, Ih. talomuUon COJVL lust give him more Do you have any suggestions? THE ANSWER: Because of your son's concern vith comprehension, he Is not able to place much emphasis on peed. You can build his confl- 'ence, however, by encouraging lim to use those books he likes and reread (hem at Increasing -ales of Beginning with '.hat have few unfamiliar words, let him time himself so hat he can see the progress he s making. Show enthusiasm is lis rate improves. Success is a Sreat stimulant to continued ef- orl. It Is not easy to overcome a labit such as slow reading and t will not be accomplished in me week. Stay with it, though md the results will be well worth he trouble and effort. QUESTION: "We're a bike-rid- ng family and, thus [ar, we've iad no accidents. But don't you hink we should have insurance n the event one of us. injures someone or damages another's ANSWER: Yes, you should be protected. But before you buy coverage, it's wise to check your current policies with your insur- ance agent. Many families their lomeowners' or tenants' package >olicy, or comprehensive person- al liability have coverage for damage or injuries caused by family members bicycles. For example, if your child is responsible for a bicycle accident and another person is injured or iis .property damaged, the in- surance company would pay the costs for which you are up to the liability limits of the policy. Also, the homeowners' or ten- ants' policy would cover the loss if your bike were stolen, or dam- aged by fire or other, perils. The number of perils for which pro- jection is afforded depends ,upon the type of homeowners' or ten- ints' policy that you have. Some wlicies are bronder Ihan olhers and protect against more perils. Persons who do not have one of these policies can purchase a bicycle floater policy, special in- surance which provides protec- tion against almost all types of perils. Rregardless of your cover age, if a bike is stolen, the thcfi should be reported to the policf as soon as possible. To prevcn1 theft: (I) keep the bicycle lock ed when not in use, and (2) rec ord the serial number and i description of the bike so that if it is stolen, police can readily identify it. GOLDWATER ENDS VISIT TO VIETNAM SAIGON, South Vietnam (AP) Barry Goldwater ended a 'our-day visit to Vietnam today and said: "The bombing restric- lons on Hanoi are going to have to be altered if we are to be suc- cessful in stepping up and win- ning the war." The 1964 Republican presiden- ml who is a major general in the Air Force Re- serve, did not go into details but said he would make "recom- Tiendations to this end" upon his return to the United States. Official U.S. policy is not to >omb within the city limits of Hanoi and to bomb only mili- ary targets around the capital. -T.S. military officials have ac- knowledged that some bombs fallen accidentally in civilian areas adjoining military targets. Although outside Ha- noi's city limits, some targets of U.S. raids are located in thickly populated suburbs. Goldwater said he was "high- ly pleased" with his visit. "The military and political organizations I have seen are most he said. His tour included talks with U.S. commanders and visits to the 1st Marine'Division head- quarters in Da Nahg and the aircraft carrier Kitty Hawk in the Tonkin Gulf. Goldwater spoke to newsmen at Tan Son Nhut Airport before boarding a Pan American Air- ways plane for Hong Kong: GROWTH RISES TO 4.7% WASHINGTON-The U.S. rate of economic growth is swift enough to double the real gross national product every 21 years. This trend goes back to 1890; it equals an average 3.3 per cent increase each year, although growth since I960 has risen to 4.7 per cent a year. BEEF AND PROVISION CO. 516 WATER Opposite Bus Terminal LARRY STONE, Pvop. 367-6691 EARLY BIRD SPECIALS 7 TO 11 A.M. YOUNG HEN TURKEYS Frying or Broiling CHICKENS LAMB FORES cm-lip 29 c Ib Lean Fresh or Smoked SHOULDERS PORK LOINS END Large Roosting CHICKENS 39 Ib FILL YOUR FREEZER STEER HINDS 1B SOLID MEAT BRISKET CORNED BEEF___ YOUNG LAMB LEGS LEAN SLICED BACON BONELESS CHUCK POT ROAST FRANKS 3-lbs. BACON ENDS.....3-lbs. Pl.le STEW MEAT____. 3-lbs. Old Plantation SAUSAGE MEAT 5-lbs. Cut Up Quarltrtd LEGS or BREASTS 3-lbs. ;