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Bridgeport Telegram (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Bridgeport, ConnecticutThe Bridgeport Telegram monday february 19, 1962 three new voters to enrol wednesday 5 to 8 . Fairfield new voters will be enrolled at a special session to be con ducted by town officials wednesday from d to 8 . In town Hall. Residence requirements Are six months in the town and one year in the state. Naturalized citizens must present their naturalization papers. The session is the first of nine scheduled this year before the november election. Others Are scheduled on april 18, june 20, july 18, aug. 22. Sept. 5, sept. 29, oct. 1 and oct. 13. Properties sold the Carol construction com Pany has sold a House on old 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 filed in the town clerk s office. Gop luncheon reservation mrs. Fred Schaefer of Farmington Avenue is accepting reservations for the Fairfield shh something s about to happen at David Miller Ltd. 517 John St. The paint barn 850 Wood ave., but. Edison 4-5815 paints wallpaper Glass and ladders 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 Wil 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 Poklemba 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 Arlan Cota chief executive of the Raug Council Ronald tur Geon District executive of the Sasco District Edward Martin neighbourhood commissioner and or. And mrs. R. Kent Upham co president of the Pat Spon sors of the pack. At the last meeting cub Mas Ter Edwin Faulkner presented advancement awards to Alfred Reil Joseph Barrett Douglas Woolever. John Thurston Wal Ter Hibbs Dave Ives and Mark Stegenga. A three year pin was presented to John Steiner. Pat Board to meet Robert Schimpf president will conduct the executive Board Warren technical Institute introduces a new 20 week evening course in technical writing and illustrating 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 the 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 ing 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 . To accommodate the major Ity of the society. John Alves director said the initial turnout was however he reported the is for a much larger group and those interested in joining Are invited to attend the rehearsals. Vow to obligate group new members of the sgt. Thom As j. Nelson jr., Post vow will be obligated at a meeting tonight at 8 o clock in the Post Home Granville Street. Commander George s. Deri will conduct the meeting. Funeral Home to expand the Wilmot West and Gould 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 first 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 of 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 mra Alexander. St. Thomas teen sweetheart dance to Aid March of dimes Stratford a teenage sweetheart dance j 8-1634 or or 8-2204. With All proceeds to go to the Harold Milton refuse Colucc Ion supervisor warns residents once again that they should wrap heir garbage before placing it n the outdoor Container. If it freezes to the can the collectors May damage the Container try no to clean it out. The Rev. Pedro Raterta from the Philip Pines will be the speaker at has announced be located is asked to Call to men s league meets at o clock in the Parish Hall. Realizing the Ever increasing need for trained personnel in the technical writing and illustrating Field technical Institute has designed this course to train the technical Man or woman to write reports and other technical articles that Are a part of their engineering activity. Outline of technical writing and illustrating course 1. Technical writing 2. Letter writing. 3. Technical draft preparation. 4. Technical report outline. 5. Technical report writing. 6. Siut Mcliton Sheet preparation. 7. Preparation of manuals. 8. Preparation of technical data outlines. 9. Interpretation of government Mili tary specifications. 10. Study of Mil As supplied by the government. 11. Preparation of government manuals. 12. Preparation of handbooks. 13. Study of government procurement requirements. 14. Study of illustrations photographs and blueprints. 15. Preparation of drawings exploded views isometric and three View drawings that Are necessary in technical writings. 16. Study of titles and subject matter in technical writing. Instructor or. Morris Platt director of engineering at Warren and recognized authority on technical Walt inc and make an appointment with or. Platt tuesday or thursday even Ings from 6 to 10 . To discuss this course. Come in or Call Edison 6-3563. Check with your personnel manager some industries Yifei educational benefits. Tor further information Call personally or phone de 6-3563 daily men. Thru Friday 8 . To 5 monday thru thursday evenings 6 to 10 Warren technical school 453 Fairfield ave. Bridgeport accredited Liy Conn. State Board of education approved for veterans training sgt. Thomas j. Nelson vow Post and auxiliary meet at 8 o clock in vow Hall. News about town and townsfolk Patsy Perrotti the first District gop Leader is a candidate or re election to the town com Mittee although he failed to file Bis nominating petition before the deadline last week. A com 3ination 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 american at Rutgers University. He s a graduate of Andrew Warde High school. Evelyn Copeland English coordinator in the local school sys tem anticipated Friday and sat urday in the school and College conference at Barnard College with school closed this week for the midwinter Holiday dancing classes sponsored in the recreation program have been cancelled. The Center business Road advisory committee will meet to Day to begin its studies of the Road proposal Suzanne Kal Lay of Andrew Warde High and Irene Kozek of Roger Ludlowe were office observers in the school administration building last week in the annual Noma program. Or. William i. Glass of the rom education committee rates a Bow for enduring for so Long the hard seats at the lengthy Board of education meetings which he so faithfully attends piping accuses India of intrusion by plane Tokyo feb. 18 China has accused India of Send ing a reconnaissance plane Over Sinkiang province in Chi a s Remote Northwest and has protested vigorously Radi piping said today. Details of the protest How Ever disclose that the reporte flight was Over the Northeast Corner of Badakh the Hima Layan plateau claimed by Bot sides in a dispute dating Bac to the mid 1950s. Radio piping said the plane dropped scores of stuffed gun Nies sacks and wooden cases on a chinese military Post in the area. This would indicate the plane might have been on a Supply Mission and made the Airdrop thinking the Post was manned by indians. The broadcast said the protest was delivered by the foreign ministry to India s embassy in piping Jan. 24 but so far there has been no reply. March of dimes fund has been scheduled for wednesday at ., in the knights of Columbus Hall main Street at Judson place Neal Agresta chairman has announced. The affair will be one of the Fin Al social events planned through Deputy sheriff Myon Rosenbluth Stratford 1962 polio fund chair Lan or. Agresta said that music for the Public will be provided by the sweetheart orchestra. There will be a selection of miss sweetheart and her court during the evening. Each girl will receive a number when she enters the Hall and later in the eve Ning the selection will be made. The chairman said that girls must not Wear Slacks or shorts to the dance and boys must Wear suits or jackets. Chaperones will 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 of the town. Property is sold warranty deeds filed with town clerk w. Howard Wilcoxson indicate realty transactions As Fol lows Raymond Sterc Ful to will Iam and Mary Rich land and buildings Dahl Avenue Fredrick White to Ralph w. Noel inc., land and buildings Francis Terrace Norman and Goldie Stollman to Joesph and Helen Dugan land and buildings second Avenue. Motherhood class set on wednesday afternoon another in the current series of lasses for expectant mothers will Ake place wednesday at 2 ., n room 207, municipal building he class is sponsored by the Stratford visiting nurse Assoc a Ion and is open without charge o All expectant mothers of the area. Permits Are issued building inspector Edward car Roll reports that permits have Een issued to Helen e. Gadus Barnum Avenue alterations Ray Barbera Barnum Avenue addition Kenneth Peschell Cedar Knoll drive alterations Aga an team to shoot pal club on saturday the Aswan Junior Rifle club will fire a return match against the Stratford pal Junior Rifle Eam on the pal Range. Second Lill Lane schol feb. 24 beginning at 1 ., Lieut Joseph car ten has announced. Firing for Stratford will be John Goodsell Robert Mottram Gordon Parks Hessels John Vasz Elaine 3ugyi, Barbara Huenerberg Karen Garten Joan Defelice there a Wilkinson Janice Mcauley Virginia Dinicola Kevin Mcdon Ald Albert Pjura and Stephen Vale Tiger. Council meets tonight the town Council meet tonight at 7 o clock in the Council Cham Bers municipal buildings As an ordinance committee to conduct a Public hearing on the appropriation ordinance for the new fiscal year and to Levy a tax rate. Immediately after the hearing there will be special Council meeting services in the first congregational Church on feb. 25, the Rev. George Hodgkins. Pastor lines and grades on a portion of Bunny View drive 210 feet from Euclid Avenue have been accepted by the town Council the coun cil has voted to retain ownership of a parcel of land owned by the town adjoining fresh Pond but to permit the housing authority to use it until ownership of fresh Pond has been decided. The Public works department Highway division has removed a Stonewall on wigwam Lane As a part of the Road construction program articles for this column must be sent to Fred Erick Phelan. Clinton Street Stratford to be received named at the at least 48 hours before they Wil be published the coun cil has sold to Angelo Lecardo for plus a sewer Lien of lots 288 and 289 on the South Side of Sedgwick Avenue manager has been authorized to negotiate with owners of property on the North Side of Church Street for use As additional parking area for the downtown business Center. Council chairman Joseph w. Venables has agreed to set a Date for a meeting with health department officials to discuss amendments to the town health and sanitary regulations the Council has been notified that the dog Warden must be meeting. March Council so Distant Are stars from the Earth that rays from the nearest known Alpha centaurs takes 4 years tire ache Earth. Tool engineers to meet the Miracle of modern a he sics will be discussed at a technical session of the Bridge port tool engineers association. Inc., wednesday at . In Booth memorial Park Stratford. Guest speaker will be l. W. St. Jean of the Minnesota mining and i manufacturing company. His talk will pertain to Metal bonding. Congress does not make All the Laws which govern the District of. Gettus in Handy Rolls l Bouss tool Columbia. First woman to swim the eng Lish Channel was Gertrude Ederle who made the crossing in 14 hours and 31 minutes on aug. 6, 1926. To adopt the ordinances. 796 visits reported by Vna in january there were 796 visits made by the nurses to the Stratford visit ing nurse association staff during january according to a report filed with the town manager s of fice. There were 167 maternity visits 251 for health supervision 347 for non communicable disease eight to crippled children one for mental retardation 12 for communicable disease and 10 for tuberculosis cases. There were four medical Well child conferences with 43 in attendance two dental clinics with 20 in attendance five motherhood classes with 26 in at Tendance. Business men s dinner All arrangements have been completed for the annual dinner and social program of the1 Strat Ford business men s association saturday beginning at 8 ., in the Raven inn William Par son president has announced. The Public May Purchase tickets from any of the Center Mer chants. What s new about town and townspeople mrs. Evelyn Wardell of Dev on former Stratford High school teacher is a surgical patient in Perry 1, Bridgeport Hospital St. John s Lodge of and am will have its annual Washington birthday dinner and program on thursday evening in the masonic Temple. The speaker will be worshipful brother w. Foster Schreeder past master of St John s Lodge 4, and Junior War Den of philosophic Lodge of re search both of Hartford puzzling the 1952 class Stratford High school reunion committs Are the present whereabouts of former class members Bob Crosby Bruce beam Dave Hall quist Bob Mack and Helen june. Anyone knowing where they May main and Bridgeport no mail or phone orders filled. We Reserve the right to limit quantities. swamped us. Thousands of bargain Happy shoppers came saw and bought like mad never in our wildest dreams have we seen such a buying you Haven t seen values like these in 25 years again tuesday last Day open 9 130 . Hundreds of unadvertised bargains save on All 5 floors and our men s store 88c Day Sale men s White army to shirts Over cuts from gov l. Contr acts Leavitts men s store 2 for Fine combed Cotton army Lype shirts. Select irregulars. So a. Men s store. Street floor ladies famous Brand Kant run mesh Nylon Hose comp. Val. 99c a pair full fashioned Bei Retone and Taun Etone. Sci. I reps. Limit 4 prs. Hosiery. Street floor misses women s Nylon quilted dusters comp. Val. To sizes 10 to 20 Floral prints All warmly interlinked. Button front deep pockets wide cuffs. 40 to 44 53.88 dusters Street floor. Rear 2 special from a famous mail order Chain Sale men s sweaters Lambswool Orion blend pullovers made to sell for and More All first Quality 2-Lones with contrasting trim. Collar and half Zipper v neck styles. Bullies solids and Tweed Nils. So a men s store Street floor 2 ladies 10070 Wool orig. Values to Button front or clutch styles tweeds and solid colors Winter weight Wool fabrics Many Are one of a kind Dressy or. Casual styles All warmly interlinked 8-18, All first Quality coat dept., second floor 88c Day men s flannel lined Zipper jackets Zelan treated Wash n Wear compare at famous Dan Kiver Cotton wrinkle resistant water proof jackets. And rope Cir con. Navy. S my Al. Men s store. Street floor 3 Nylon Tricot Visco Rayon Petti pants new rage first Quality comp. At fancy or tailored solid colors and prints. White red Black Blue beige. Lingerie Street floor ladies famous brands slips half slips petticoats Choice comp. Val. To Cottons Rayons some with Shadow panels. Regular extra sizes. Lingerie Street floor boys heavy double knee dungarees super Low Price first Quality heavy Blue Denim dungarees with 4 pockets and double Knees. Sanford Zed and vat dyed. 6 to 16. Boys deft., Street floor Oak Grain 36-ln. Rug Border comp. At 79c cd. Enamel on Felt backing True Wood Grain colors. 36" wide. Third floor Leavitt s girls orlon Cardigan sweaters our s2.99 to s3.99 Sellers first qualify basics and Novelty irim. Many Shaggie in the group. Variety of colors. 3 to 14. Second floor lace tufted innerspring mattresses comp. At 88 16 Multi Coil cons Duclion heavy Grade ticking. 30 Inch wide Only. Bedding. Fourth floor boys 3 to 8 Boxer overalls comp. Al 88 first Quality zip front Corduroy and bar lacked denims. Perfect play clothes. Second floor Sale cloth window shades comp. Val. To 88 Leavitt s up to 36" wide while Cream Ecru. Slight Chaniga for cutting. Shades third floor Leavitt s Beacon 72x84" Miracle blankets comp. At first Quality stripes in Blue Flamingo and beige. Rayon acetate Satin binding. Downstairs store curtain Jamboree comp. Val. To c a fiberglas tiers Lacy net curtains plastic drapes c Shower curtains curtains third floor Cannon Large Bath towels comp. Al 69c a. 2 thick thirsty choose from solid colors stripes and fancies. All new decorator colors. Downstairs store Sale aluminium cookware Normal Sellers a assortment of Kitchen including sauce pans colanders Fry pans Yaksi pans holds Etc. Housewares third floor Leavitt s Leavitt s

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