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Bridgeport Telegram, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1965, Bridgeport, Connecticut Four the Bridgeport Telegram monday december 13, 196s City s Yule lights go on wednesday Milford mayor h. Jopson has announced Tor the Christmas tree lighting ceremonies this week. According to the mayor the Christmas tree and creche on the Green will be lighted wednes Day at 7 . The choir of Hall Academy directed by sister Edna Marie will offer a program of Christmas carols including Jesu there s a Star in the East and mrs. Grace Bayers Secretary with the department o recreation will be soloist singing "0 holy accompanied by mrs. Thenan Secretary in the business office of the Hoard of education. . Senior student no Jonathan Law lugh school will play a Medley of christinas songs and mrs. Bayers will Lead a Community sing to conclude the program. The department of recreation is assisting mayor Lepson in planning the event. Rotary to meet thursday a luncheon meeting of the Mil Ford rotary club is scheduled thursday it noon in Frankie s Villa Pompeii Post Road it a been announced by a luge Horvath club president. Parly tonight at s o clock in the Fellowship Hall the annual Christmas dinner meeting of the Plymouth men s club is scheduled Lonn Grovv 7 . In the Fellowship Hill. The women s Bible study group will meet wednesday at 10 . In the boar i room. A meeting of Iho evening link is scheduled wednesday it s p. In the Church rooms the study group of the Church will discuss the secular City at a meeting thursday at 8 in the Home of the Rev. And mrs. Thomas l. Steers .12 win ill Rop court. The Rev. Or. Slier is assistant pastor. The Christmas parly at the married couples Cetih is Seal Rel saturday at 7 . In he Pel lows hip Hall. The Rev. Or. Thu shy has also announced the reception of new members into the Church. New members Are mrs. Any mond Cooper Pamela Greer mrs Philip w. Read mrs. Inn rider Bryant mrs. Kent m. Carlson. Or. And mrs. Alex Ander Nelson. Mrs. John f. Poole Philip w. Read mrs. 76 firms give funds for Yule lighting seventy six local business firm have contributed funds to the 1965 Christmas lighting program in downtown Milford it Liss been announced by John Peterson president of the chamber o Commerce. The decorations were per chased from the l. C. William company of Houston Tex. Shoppers and motorists enter ing the downtown area Are Greet cd at three locations by a nine foot Herald Angel Complete with Halo Iru Nophel and blinking lights. The 22 strands of lights dec orate new Haven Avenue. Danic Street River Street and Broat Street. The lights will be on daily from 4 to ii . Uni Jan. 2. Prayer meeting Friday there will prayer meet ing and Bible study Friday at . In first Baptist Church 28 North Street it has been announced by the Rev. Charles d. Walker pastor. Wates to meet tuesday a meeting of the Miu Ortt Wates club is scheduled tues Day at . In the health Center Bridgeport Avenue club officials have announced hostesses for the meeting will be Arlene Jacob and Henrietta Honek. Ann no Claro Helen Jones and Terry Van Norman were the club s top weight losers for november. Top weight losers last week were Beverly Barra and Julie Sigovitch. Myrtle Hawkins and Jean Kelly won the door prizes. Parly for Cubi wednesday the Anual Christmas parly for cub scout pack 12, sponsored by the Meadows de Pat is scheduled wednesday at 7 . In the Multi purpose room of the school. Families of members Are Wel come and each member is re minded to bring a grab bag gift. Church of Christ events scheduled the Rev. Irvin g. Thursby pastor of the Church of Christ congregational has announced the schedule of Church activities for the week. A meeting of the Church Board is scheduled tonight at o clock in the Plymouth build ing. The Kay Opha unit of the Church Wil have a Christmas person to person an up the i on fusion i hat Many of us have on just what pal. U hrs Sta Niril on a Proi Liu 1. 11 s nol River any Pat Cal Virti i Tori u the inventor. It Dors of ref no tar a Patr Tif in Fly Stiert for Ami Larry May hip in Tirreno establishing Date claim for the inv Nln. No Means is it Flam Iranor Ihfe the a Lent Jia been Fierri nor hint r Patent will Corr be issued for Lair item or in ques Tion. A great Deal of useless correspondence Tirner and non by can fir paved by any body a Palcal if first of All they a ii Ron sigh a Patent attorney. As in mo5l Fields inc Udine Mir own your Pron test Ponta is for Ord by Surj Cizik f no scion tiring to your May Israr. 5-011 wonderful a Cimon incl service and Sre our car value i now. Westport Auto sales. 14m stir Surtel e. Westport z59-7sm Stanley and mrs Joherl l. Wolfe. Also or. And mrs. Rohrl w. Club Lawson. Or. And mrs. Charles w. Wihib Bill or. And mrs. John h. Ives jr., mrs. George mid Lelon or. And mrs. William v. Moore. Bar Nice a. Incl Tecton. Or. And mrs. Howard Ward and Robert i. Wolfe. Newcomers plan parly the Millord newcomers club is finalizing plans for a Christ Mas cocktail parly and dance scheduled saturday irom . To 1 . In the Holiday inn Whalley Nevi Iii new Haven. Mrs. Bernard Murphy is Gen eral chairman in charge of a assisted by mrs. Michael Mccormack mrs. Al i Phonse Urso and mrs. Richard plan. A meeting of he club is eclied Fulcd tomorrow no 8 . In the Community room of the Connecticut Post Center. I Raycra meeting wednesday a prayer meeting and Dib i study is scheduled at 7 . In Grace Billisi Church. 2028 Dridge Orl Avenue. T has been announced by hit Rev Earl m. Lehman pcs Lor. Recreation Center closed for voting the West Shore recreation can scr will be closed today Ami of Orriiv due to the fact thai i a oilily will be used tomorrow As polling place in the referendum on proposed changes in the stale Constitution Herbert s abcs jr., director of the department of recreation has announced. Activities at the Lio Hnin ave Hie Center will resume on wednesday or. Cables announced. Liloon Mobil to visit Pfosi Nilal wednesday a visit of the red Cross Blond Mobile is scheduled rom . Until 5 . Lit Lilford Hospital Bridgeport ave nut it 1ms been reported by James h. Rourke chairman of he blood program for the Mil Ord red Cross chapter. The visit will be sponsored by Yuli Patty More than 700 children null cled the 20lh annual Chris Fly Lor employees of Haybe Stos division saturday in sural Ford High school gymnasium. The children and .ls were reeled by Roland Cirard chairman and William s. S Epson general manager of Kaye sons this Deus the Clown entertained and Ife Ray Estes revue opened the Prog Riim Carol singing Loo Barber was master of ceremonies. Wilh Santa Claus who do sri v democrats urge no vote on proposal 2 he women s auxiliary and staff if the Hospital. A 150 pin quota Las been set for the visit. Lions meeting a dinner meeting of the Mil Ord Lions club is scheduled to Morrow at 7 . In Conti s res aural. Post Road club officials ave announced. Wilson considering a Adonai election basketball schedule announced the department of recreation As announced the schedule of Anies this week for department sponsored basketball leagues. In an intermediate league tilt schedule wednesday Casey s vill meet St. Mary s at 7 . In West Shore recreation Cen or. Benham Avenue. Senior league contests slated thursday in Jonathan Law High school pair Zoins against Riley s at . On court a the Pitchfork against the detours at s 15 . On court a Bundy s against Shaw s at . On court b and the Loop stars against Casey s at r if . On court b. Danbury while both the Danbury a club can and democratic town com Iii loss have urged Volcks to a Rove the first question on the constitutional amendment refer curium tomorrow inc iwo democratic slate legislators micmac i. Sci and William a Ratchford Lave both urged a no vote on second question concerning condemnation proceedings. The two said the present condemnation proceedings seem quite doth earlier solidly supported favouring Hie first ii Calion which would Amend the slate s Isis con a proper a Stit ution portion ment for the general As Sembly. Lith wid they of Collie of comics tical Are protected by current condemnation procedures and said the present Law provides sufficient safeguards the second question would re quire inc taking authority to prove that it was necessary in in question Elliis Lalie the i nil would it Silt in considerable de a in All condemnation proceed Ings reps. Sci and Ratchford say. For example they said in would delay for years the reconstruction of i. 7 As Well As nil future redevelopment projects in this City Roth Ihu Republican and democratic Lawn committees have urged yes votes on the first question on the machines in Danbury in tuesdays refer omit a Neril ploys. System for Dum Only of site for new fire he a Square foot while Street Urban renewal i met is under consideration As inc Perma nent site for a new fire depart Nerit Headquarters building. Hie common Council has auth Iri cd the City administration to ind oui what Steps Are necessary n order to acquire in Eccl us West of Maple Avenue for the building. The eel conflict technical dentist and a act Leader Vir cent , preside no of inc Dan Bury building trades Council Ami the folic cars comprise the Board of directors. I new directors Are or. Roge Castro a physician Anthon Coelho an appliance Serviceman mrs. Louis Hirschman presiden of the Council of jewish women John of the Liard i corj., and a member of 111 Unoura of education mrs. Jun Reed a housewife of Mill Ridge and Donald Schwartz a Tea he of Wool or preparatory school cac incorporator named i inc Iniard Are mayor j. Thayce How Nan Alburl Gillotti presi Diu
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