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Bridgeport Telegram, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Bridgeport, Connecticut Two the Bridgeport Telegram monday february 19, 1962 Jaicure continued from Page one on a number of appeals at pre sent. Mayor Tedesco has asked the finance officials to avoid any in crease in the 40.8 Mill rate. The allocated yesterday for teacher raises was placed in the Overall City employee salary advancement account bringing it to As it has been indicated previously that about from this account will go to the City employees other than teachers this now tentatively leaves about for teacher raises. Teacher item Uncertain tax Board clerk John l. Simp son who presented this and the other budget adjustments for Board approval yesterday said the teacher salary item is still Uncertain and subject to possible change. He said that As the Board of education is still deliberating on How much to ask for in this category the tax Board does t know exactly How much to allo Cate. He said yesterday s move amounted to insertion of a tentative so that the rest of the preliminary budget computations could proceed subject to future adjustment. The school Board is expected to meet on the matter sometime this week. The addition to the health insurance fund is presumably linked to current studies on broadening this coverage. The civil service commission has asked the mayor to consider adding a major medical plan to the present cams and Blue Cross coverage which already is set for in the budget. Or. Simpson said the tentative budget allocation will provide the added funds if they Are needed. The joint City employees coun cil recently asked the tax Board to provide funds for a major medical program and estimated the Cost As for the employ is or if the City provided coverage for their family members As Well. Stadium change hinted another budget change made yesterday seemed to set the stage for the Public works department to take Over maintenance of Harding High school s Hedges stadium a task performed by the Park department the past several years. There has been no prior announcement of such a move but the tax Board indicated it had this in mind As it Cut the Park department s stadium maintenance budget from to 500. The is to allow the Park department to continue to care for the grass at the Eta Public works account for sewer Well cleaning added for educator device 1 cd Ruck Chassis Public drum. The rest of the annual Sta applied to the Public maintenance account a War photo where storm and flood ravaged shaded area on map shows where storm whipped floods brought death and destruction along Germany s North sea coast and surrounding Inland territory Over the weekend. Area extends from West frisian islands on the West to the East and from the North frisian islands on the North to below Oldenburg and Lueneburg on the South. A Gigan tic scene of devastation was uncovered Asih flood water started receding yesterday. Drum maintenance was incorporated As part of a in crease works specifically this increase was made in this division s account for materials and supplies Rais ing it from to from this it might be indie ated that the will also cover the recently discussed major renovation project at the stadium which mayor Tedesco i has announced will be under-1 taken As a Public works department project. There was no tax Board discussion As to whether this was the purpose of this fund. The tax Board added to the school Bora s teacher salary account to provide for a new Job of teacher of Blind Chil Dren. The comptroller had previously disapproved the school Board s requests for this and other new personnel. At a recent Public hearing a number of speakers pointed out that this particular salary would be fully reimbursed by the state government. This was the Only change yesterday by the tax Board in the comptroller s school budget recommendations. The school budget now stands at still less for works Street sweeping account added for four Rucks plus too for Leaf loader Public works Ash and garbage collection 000 added for four trucks plus for four truck bodies incinerator added for new Crane bucket Highway maintenance added for two Large trucks plus for four Jet spreaders. Also Hillside Hospital added for new roof for accessory building school Board added for teacher of Blind Board of Library directors. Added Park department de ducted from stadium account tax refund account added Public works maintenance 000 added salary raises. Added and health insurance 000 added. The increase in the tax refund account brings this item to 500. Comptroller Thomas a. Mul Ligan explained that the larger sum is needed to cover refunds required by recent court rulings in assessment Appeal cases and also to cover any possible funds on motor vehicle assess ments which were made on a new revised basis this year. The increase in the Library Bud get was made to comply with a Law which guarantees the Library a sum equal to one Mill on the tax rate. This was originally Sel at but the recent announcement of the preliminary grand list As required raising this appropriation to 324. In Swetco accepts rates decision continued from Page one Semi Public Coin telephones in Stead of the present daily guar Antee plan. Reclassify exchanges into 1 groups and Advance Bridgeport o group 8 and Thompsonville am Windsor locks to group 4. Extend certain base rate areas All the increases totalled offset in part by the 000 Cut in the Park budget for the stadium resulting in a net in crease of the tax Board temporarily by passed any further consideration of possible changes in the Parl and recreation budget in which the comptroller has recommended less than the depart ment requested originally. The tax Board said its Suh committee on this particular matter has be to Confer with the department Heads but the talks Are expected this week. In the one remaining change i figures yesterday the tax Board added to the Esti mate of income from state Educa Tion Grants bringing the total from this source to this brought the total estimated non tax Revenue to subtracting this from the pro posed new budget total of s25. Left to be raised by local taxes. Lawrence e. Mckeon who was in charge of compiling the grand list before his service As tax As Sessor expired a few weeks ago submitted to the Board the preliminary grand list total of 323.910. This is up si6.471.155 Over last five Are injured in Milford crash Milford feb. 18-five per sons were injured one seriously in a two car Accident on Rose s Mill Road near Wood Mont Road shortly before . Today. In fairly Good condition at Milford Hospital is James Saren 39, of Rose s Mill Road. Or. Saren who was alone in his car received severe lacerations on the fore head. Treated at the Hospital for minor bruises and contusions and leased were George Chirsky 46, of 82 paper Mill Lane Fairfield his wife Helen 41 Helen Bukovesky 41, of 37 Barbara drive and her daughter Patricia 11. The four were passengers in a car driven by Nicholas Bukovesky. 41, who was not injured. Patrolman Stephen Rowe who investigated said or. Saren was travelling North of Rose s Mill Road when his car collided with the Bukovesky vehicle which was going South. The crash occurred on a Snow covered Bridge Over Rose s Mill Pond. All the injured were taken to the Hospital in a Chamberlain ambulance. Patrolman William Shultis and sgt. Walter Pankowitz assisted in the investigation. Police said or. Saren will be arrested on a charge of failure to drive to the right when he is released from the Hospital. . Bids to slow nato Cuba Trade continued from Page one generally covers various types of Nous trial equipment considered o have military uses. A state department spokesman Aid that As Rusk had indicated at a recent news it has been our intention to suggest o our other allies outside the enter american system that they align themselves with the inter american system in certain Mea ures agreed on at Punta Del Este with respect to Cuba particularly Trade with to meet nato officials or. Rostow and or. Good he added will meet with permanent nato Council later this week to explain these Mea ures particularly those relating o Trade. They will also be Avail Able to the Council to answer any questions. There will also be bilateral Alks along similar lines Between he United states and certain other Friendly the other governments were not named by the state depart ment but presumably include a number of trading nations with close . Ties such As Japan. Canada which has some Trade with Cuba is a member of nato. Cuban Trade embargo called hypocritical new Rochelle ., feb. Sen. Kenneth b. Keat ing ., said today that the . Trade embargo against Cuba is hypocritical As Long As it fails to impose sanctions on Russia. We have adopted economic sanctions against Cuba because of its contamination by the so Keating declared bul we have not imposed any such sanctions on the soviets them Keating in a speech in the Lona College alumni association s quarterly lecture series said tha while he has been advocating the embargo on Cuba for Many months and prays it will sue need the . Positions on Cuba and the soviet Union Are in consistent. We May find it difficult to explain to our allies Why it is All right to Send Jet air planes to communist Yugoslavia and die Sel generators to the .s.but not All right to Send cot on or Wood pulp to keat ing asserted. Keating contended also the embargo on Cuba cannot be effect Ive if our friends in Canada or France or West German Sibal stores extremists stand ready to fill every a we open in the cuban Economy or. Jaeger injured in driveway fall or. Marie l. Jaeger broke he right leg when she slipped Anc fell saturday night in the in driveway of her Home at 24 Samp mortar drive Fairfield. Fairfield police took or. Jaeger to St. Vincent s Hospital. Attendants there said her condition was Good last night. Or. Jaeger is director of the we Lister secretarial school a the University of Bridgeport. So is Active in the league of worn in voters the cancer association and the Bridgeport concer association. Year s grand list and also 910 higher than the grand list estimate on which comptroller mul Ligan last month based his pro id 40.8 Board added to d budget and assistant chiefs car and min tax pm maintenance truck. To was his is than the school Board originally requested. In the fire department budget the tax Board added s15.1s5 to buy an ass a fire alarm maintenance Truch. To was his is d is these had been part of the he Board s original request of state Aid estimate which 659 for new vehicles but yesterday s budget hikes comptroller had approved without a tax jump. For a new pumper. Still the comptroller s budget repro missing is one other Sedan a increase Over Quested by the fire Board. Current year s spending. Yes item by item yesterday s additions increase the get changes were budget jump to above tax collector s office. And the current year s. Ded to buy two validating and receipting machines zoning com a Rij mfr at Mission added to buy a new he recording machine zoning Board Man still critical1 of appeals added for a new office chair health and charities building added major repairs to elevator socialist carnival h e old in a v a n a key West fla., feb. Is tried today to for get food shortages and other prob lems As they made merry in Cuba s first socialist Havana radio monitored Here described it As the greatest in cuban history filled with the Joy and happiness of the the event was televised. Dancing masquerades and decorated coaches paraded for hours through Prado b Boulevard male con seafront drive and other Havana streets. Cheering crowds lined up to watch. Every saturday and sunday will be carnival Day until March 18, the broadcast said. Installation of self service controls to eliminate Job of opera Tor fire department added for the two new vehicles the condition of governor for 1 Smith 37, of 45 River Street and continues critical in Park City Hospital where he was admitted saturday afternoon for treatment of Burns Alx iut the body received Flash in the Sprague Gleason said f. Smith was fire hydrant water service meter company. Added to bring total to assistant fire chief John air pollution control Bureau added to account for miscellany Soiu needs making it also building commissioners added for two office a heirs working near a paint Spray Booth when the fire started. The cause of the fire has not been deter flames destroy 2 Milford cottages Milford. Feb. 19 monday vacant summer cottages were destroyed by fire at an Early hour today in the Merwin Burwell Beach area in the East Ern part of town. The fire department received an alarm at . For fire in one cottage on Summit Avenue. Within a few minutes the second one was reported go Jing up in flames lodges Are feted at Home of Tutol John Lodge of Westport for Mer governor and former ambassador to Spain and mrs Lodge were guests at a recep Tion yesterday in the Home o Benedict d. Tutoli sr., 59s woo Avenue. The Day also Marke or. Tutoli s 71st birthday. Approximately 80 guests visited the Tutoli Home betwee 6 and 9 . They included for Mer congressman Albert p. Morano of Greenwich John p. Bax Ter. Or. Morano s former executive Secretary or. Michael v Sciortino police commission Joseph Sciortino of Trumbul Nicholas Palladino former stat senator Domenick cocco fomer Deputy state treasurer an numerous members of the unite voters league group headed b or. Tutoli. Or. Lodge who has been mentioned frequently As a Potentia entrant in the Republican Gube Natoria race made no announce ment of any plans in that regard in informal conversation wit guests however he reiterated his previous statement that h is closing no doors on sue a candidacy. Mrs. Ferris a. Stevens Philip p. Laing a state sen. Laing reported missing Windsor feb. 18 a ormer state sen. Philip p. Aing was reported missing today y Windsor police. Deputy chief James b. Murray r., said the 52-year-old insurance executive has been missing since an. 28. No further details of the disappearance were released. Laing married and the father f two daughters is an assistant Secretary of the Aetna casualty and surety co. Laing entered the general ass ably in 1949 session As a representative. Concurrently he ser Edas a member of the Windsor own Council. In 1954 he was elected senator rom the state s seventh District Plainville feb. 18 con Gressman Abner w. Sibal said extremists of the a right area menace to the publican party and our prospects German flood toll hits 246 continued from Page one eluded hundreds of inmates of he Fink Werder refugee Camp who had fled from communist East Germany Only a few months ago. Many lost the few belongings they had collected since their escape. Avalanche alarm sounded in Austria Salzburg Austria feb. A a general Avalanche alarm sounded throughout Western Austria today following a night of raging blizzards that temporarily trapped about tourists at a secluded Winter resort. Skiers crowding Winter sports centers at the Peak of the sea Ion were strictly warned to stay indoors or use Only Avalanche Safe trails patrolled by Mountain Rescue teams. Mountain guards and Road Clearing gangs struggled to open he Road to Ober tavern in Salz Burg province where an Esti mated skiers from 20 nations were temporarily Cut off by aval Anches. Authorities said it might take two or three Days to Clear the Road provided there Are no new Snow slides. Police said there was no immediate cause for alarm As the hotels were Well stocked with sup plies and medical services were adequate. Avalanche warning Headquarters said the situation was particularly critical in Alpine Gions near the austrian italian and austrian West German bord ers where heavy storms spread a nine foot Blanket of Snow during the night. More Snow was forecast. A number of valleys branching South and West from Innsbruck and in the Arlberg area were Cut off by Snow slides blocking roads and Mountain trails. Gendarmes and Mountain guards prepared a were Niimoto Mac Baber peeks from behind the front door of the Middleburg va., Community Center As he greets president and mrs. Kennedy on their arrival yesterday to attend roman Catholic services. Mac who Halls from Marshall va., held the door open for the president and the first lady and greeted them with a Lusty the Kennedy s were spending the weekend at their Glen Ora estate near Middleburg. Soviets reject record is set weekend Lincoln Day address to republicans of the fifth Sena orial District Here. Buzzing protest continued from Page one halt during the weekend perhaps because of bad weather. The three Powers in similar notes last week said Allied rights n this important in a to evacuate people from Remote farm houses threatened by aval Anches. Three Road workers were buried we must repel identification our party with these extremists among whom incidentally Here Are a number of leading he said. They Are dangerous for to hem there is no room for shades if opinion or honestly held views different from their own. To hem if you not with them Rou must be a bad Republican in even a bad rep. Sibal said the extremism of the far right that is a threat o the Republican party is a con sequence of the far left extremism which has plagued the demo cratic the development of the Ultra right minority movement which he democrats have been trying o tie to the Republican party is believe the result of the democrats own Lack of perspective and failure to reject the leftists in their Camp who seem to worry More about the anti communists than they do about the common rep. Sibal said. Talks of state race by but managed to free them elves. Some 350 construction workers vere holding out at a Camp eel High in the Glacier Region isolated by Snow slides last week. There were no reports of casual houses damaged by storm in Sheffield Sheffield England feb. 18 Pap minister of housing or. Charles Hill said tonight two of every three houses in Industrial Sheffield were damaged by Hur inane winds that struck the Yorkshire City last Friday. On completion of a 30-mile our of the stricken area. Hill old reporters he will report to rime minister Harold Macmil an on his findings tomorrow. City officials estimate the numer of houses damaged at Well Over the storm which slashed commenting state election trusted what on the coming rep. Sibal he called wide open Competition for the publican state ticket with the hand picking of the democratic candidates by the party Bosses in Washington and our big Cit the Republican party of Connecticut believes in the free Enterprise when in comes to choosing our nominee for he declared. As far As the Republican party is concerned the free Competition of the political marketplace should and will decide who can Best Lead the party to Victory in he said the four gop gubernatorial contenders who have been going around the state demonstrate the Broad Range o views that our party comprehends. What s More these Candi dates have every Opportunity to make their views known an their aspirations to office treated with cordiality and hits at democrats in contrast rep. Sibal sail is the Cavalier treatment the democrats Accord a retired army colonel and two term Congress Man because he dares to seek a nomination the big City Bosses have decreed should go else this was an evident allusion Avenue. Fire officials said the flames were of suspicious origin and police were asked to assist mrs. Margaret a. Steven widow of Ferris a. Stevens 77 Bennett Street died saturday in Fairlawn convalescent Hospi Tal. Services will take place wed on Hillside mesday at . In the Al an investigation. There has been burial Bert a. Spear funeral Home. 1222 Fairfield Avenue and at 9 o clock in St. Ann s Church with solemn High mass of requiem a series of suspicious fires in Grove cemetery. Be in Mountain other collages recently. Horn in county Clare Ireland both of these two Story Frame mrs. Stevens had resided in the cottages have been unoccupied Bridgeport area the greater part during the Winter officials said j of her life. Surviving Are a son Ferris Joseph Stevens of Katonah A sister mrs. Ella Fenton of Fairfield and several nieces and women stained their nails with Henna in the Days of Salome and Cleopatra a Vogue which still persists among primitive Peoples nephews. To the fight for the . Senate nomination involving welfare Secretary Abraham a Ribicoff and Large Frank Kowalski. In the democratic set rep. Sibal continued the Ai City and its Boss arc All Power rep. Sibal called on his Fel Low republicans to devote their by sen. Hayden continued from Page one proper nations committee and sen ate president pro tempore. He Seldom takes part in floor de Bate and even rarely talks to continued from Page one buses were stalled and motorists were stranded. Ice fishermen rescued an estimated 700 ice fishermen including women and children who were trapped on Lake Poy Gan at Oshkosh wis., in a howl ing Snow storm were brought to safety last night by conservation department workers and Volun Teers. We Are reasonably sure everybody got said Deputy Douglas Meyer of the Winnebago county sheriff s department. There May be a few old timers Eft out there but they know Low to take care of themselves and we Are not Northern Illinois was buried under a Snow carpet measuring up .0 six inches. A cold blast in new York state lowered temperatures to -9 at Waretown -4 at Massena and -2 at Utica. California just drying out from a record breaking rainstorm got More moderate rain which was expected to continue through the night and end monday afternoon. San Francisco reported .77 inches of rain within six hours. Florida temperatures reached 80 degrees and the 70s ranged along the Gulf coast. The 60s pre dominated in the deep South and the far Southwest. Of use the corridors derive from reporters for publication. Precisely the same source As do the rights of the user in Ger Many and East Berlin namely the joint military defeat of the German Reich and joint assume authority although he has served longer than any of the More than other Congress men Hayden balks at the suggestion that he fully understands the legislative sys tem. Of i Don t think anybody Liz May leave Hospital today continued from Page one million to an unprecedented million. The doctor treating miss Tay Lor said Walter Wanger also was a victim of food poisoning. He through Britain last Friday at More than 177 Miles an hour took 12 lives and damaged cities and towns from the Remote North of Britain to the Industrial centers of the midlands. Reds use disaster for propaganda Berlin feb. The communist regime of East Ger Many sought today to make propaganda capital out of the floor disaster on West Germany s North sea coast. The official East German news Agency adn charged the forced rearmament of West Ger Many was to blame for the neglect of urgently needed hening of the dikes on the North sea in a report hours later adn said dikes along the Baltic coast of East Germany also had been breached but said nothing about armament costs being to blame. The official communist party newspaper Neues deutschland made a report of the disaster in Hamburg and Bremen its main Story. The report stressed Chao tic conditions and alleged authorities failed to master the the paper charged West German Federal authorities were insufficiently prepared for such an adn reported that in East Germany forces of the German people s police air defense and other Security organizations be Gan immediately to Deal with the damage caused by the the Agency said that 3 per sons had been killed and 21 injured in East German floods in the past few Days. Generally it is assumed that if buzzing of Western planes by so Viet aircraft threatens to disrupt the service american fighter planes would escort them. The Western View is that the russians Are trying to slice away Western rights in the Only transportation Channel to Berlin Over which the communists have no Ravel controls. Reds renew pressure on Allied air links Berin feb. 18 a the soviets tonight renewed their pressure on the Allied air links with isolated West Berlin. They demanded exclusive use for the red air Force of the North Corri Dor from Berlin to Hamburg for three hours tomorrow. The Western Powers immediately rejected the soviet bid. Allied officials said they will answer it As flying extra Mili tary transport through the space the soviets wanted to Reserve. The United states Britain and France were also reported ready to Send in fighter patrols if the soviets continued buzzing Allied planes. The new soviet bid was made by the russian control officer in the Berlin air safety Center. He asked for exclusive use of the Hamburg corridor up to Altitude of feet. There Are two other 20-mile wide air corridors linking Berlin with West Frankfurt and from Hannover. The russians started their bar passing tactics on feb. 7 with an announcement in the Berlin Safe y Center that part of the Corri Dors were being reserved for so Viet military planes next Day. The West refused to accept this say no the agreed rules require tha each plane or group of planes must put in a separate flight plan the russians last claimed of a corridor on Friday but none of their planes was sighted. This was probably because of bad weather. There was no red quest to monopolize corridors Over the weekend. Allied sources thought this indicated the soviets were giving up their exercises indefinitely. By the pause was Only to last 41 tors control the so called the physician said either fish canned food was the most probable cause of the food Poison i ate that is More or less a e said adding that the rank no senators May know their Ivay about but they Don t get it in a huddle and decide what he rest of the senators will do. They others would t stand or Hayden has no plans for forming the legislative Branch in changing the unlimited sen the debate that sometimes runs nto filibusters. In fact he credits a filibuster with helping him get to the sen ate when a plan to admit new Mexico and Arizona territories s a single state was Defeated y Long debate. And Hayden told about help no Arizona get some share of Vaters from Boulder or Hoover dam by some lengthy debate. Efforts the construction of a positive program instead of Shotgun criticizing without of Fering workable alternatives to what we on the local and state level the Republican party has plainly demonstrated that we Are the better managers. With the right program i am convinced that the people of Connecticut will turn to us to end the mismanage ment in our Boss Ridden he said. Speech contest set by toastmasters the Park City toastmasters association will conduct a speech making Competition tomorrow night at the hotel Barnum at o clock. Highlight of the evening will be a run off contest Between Merrey Rogers and John d. Delvecchio. The Winner will represent the association in a state contest March 13, at the Barnum. Anthony c. Neri president announced there will also be a be Competition at state winners speech 7 o clock. Woman Driver held in Newtown Accident Newtown feb. Mrs Harriet Witley of 23 Boulevard was arrested saturday Evenin at 8 o clock following an Accident on route 25 in front o the Carinius both Library. According to police mrs. Wit Ley a librarian was proceeding out of the Library s parking Loi when her car struck another Auto driven by Daniel a. Wink Ler jr., 23, of Nashua Road step which was travelling sout on route 25. Patrolman Charles g. Rudolp sr., issued the woman a sum Mons for failure to Grant the right of Way at a private drive Way. There were no injuries and both cars sustained on minor damage patrolman Rudolph said. Nurses described miss Taylor s condition As much a member of the Hospital staff said she could definitely be Back at work on wednesday. That is the next Day she was scheduled to the Hospital official said. And we have assured her that she will be Able the Brunette Beauty who has been in movies since she was eight years old was on the set last Friday or saturday. A Bright Sun allowed the producers to Fin ish off outside crowd scenes on the roman forum set. Miss Taylor was Given several Days of rest before starting sound stage love scenes with Mark an Tony played by Richard Burton. She has already completed most of her scenes with Julius Caesar like the Way the Senate he said. Asked if the numerous Federal dam Highway and other projects in Arizona resulted from Lis seniority and Power Hay Den again walked. It does t Stem from any he said. If you have a Good project the Congress will adopt it. Nobody has the Power o impose anything on the con Gress or procure the enactment into Hayden confirmed that As an Arizona sheriff he helped Cap ure two train robbers in an adjoining county. Indian scouts located the robbers the Day after the robbery he recalled and we pursued them in an Auto he was the first White child born at Hayden s ferry Ari Zona established by his father and now known As Tempe. Hay Den served two years on the Tempe town Council two years As county treasurer and seven years As sheriff before election to Congress. I would go around with my receipts Book and collect for s crap game or a Roulette whee or poker games and Faro and the Saloon itself and any Gam bling devices Hayden said he did this in the Forenoon and usually the bartender would invite him to take a drink. I would explain that i had a before he said. I never was interested in he replied to another question of 1 Don t mean to say i Haven t put four bits on a wheel or something like that but to be a James Barton ill condition critical Mineola ., feb. 18 a actor James Barton bes known for his Long run As Jenete Lester in tobacco a stricken today and taken to Nas Sau Hospital in critical condition a Hospital spokesman declined to disclose the nature of the 71 year old actor s illness. Played by Rex Harrison. Working Long hours a medical attendant said miss Aylor had been working Long hours under sizzling floodlights and that she had been addition Illy fatigued by everyday House problems in running the 14 Oom Villa where she and Hus and Eddie Fisher four children Ive dogs and three cats live. When word first broke late last ight that the Star had been Rush d by ambulance to a Hospital unconfirmed reports spread that her condition was serious. Fuel was added to these reports by persons close to miss Taylor who denied even that she had been hospitalized. One newspaper said she had suffered a heart attack. The ital an news Agency Ansa carried reports she might have suffered a Throat Haemorrhage. Another port said there was an entry paralysis alongside the trip of for the red Cross ambulance which went to her Villa outside Rome to take her to the Hospital. All these reports later were de Nied. Hospital attendants said her condition had never been serious. One doctor said she had become exhausted and run Down so run Down that she had been hav ing trouble sleeping. He said the food poisoning had struck her suddenly yesterday. She complained of abdominal pains and fainted. He said a Complete examination excluded any other possibility than food poisoning. Husband Eddie Fisher came Back to Rome this morning by plane from Lisbon to be with her. He had been in Portugal for a to appearance. Police probe break at Madison school detectives last night were investigating a break at Madison Public school Madison Avenue to determine if anything is missing. Joseph Turasik custodian in formed police at 3 . The build ing was entered by breaking a window. A door to the principal s office was later forced and the place ransacked police said

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