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Bridgeport Telegram, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Bridgeport, Connecticut Four the Bridgeport Telegram monday february 19, 1962 new manager is appointed for Mil Ford phone off ice Warren w. Raynor Lias been appointed manager of the Milford office of the Southern new eng land Telephone company. He succeeds Kichard m. Schreiber who has been manager Here since 1952. Or. Schreiber has been named to a special task Force in the company s accounting department in new Haven where he will be concerned with the programming of electronic computers. Or. Raynor has been with the Telephone company since 1955, when lie started As a commercial representative in the company s Bridgeport office. He became a Salesman the next year and in 1956, he was transferred to the company s Headquarters As an Engineer. He was a staff assistant before he served As acting Ager in Darien. Prior to his new appointment he was a manager in the new Haven business of fice. A graduate of Hopkins Gram mar school and Yale University slipping or irritating Jar. Raynor is a member of the Don t be embarrassed by Loose false Yale of new Haven and Teeth supping dropping or wobbling the Yale baseball1 association. He when you cat. Talk or laugh. Just Sprinkle a Little fast eth on your plates. This pleasant powder elves a remarkable of Cense 01 added Comfort and Security by holding plates Moi All Good scouts Warren w. Rayn or worry of false Teeth firmly. No Pununy Pouey. Pasty tast or feeling. It s alkaline i get fas Teeth at any drug counter. Sale damaged doors open saturdays All Day mrs Raynor Are parents of three children and reside at 49 Glen court Cheshire. They plan to move to the Milford area in the near future. Church group meets wednesday the evening unit of the Church of Christ congregational will meet wednesday at . In the basement room of the Church. The program be Book re ports by mrs. Teresa Zunin of Milford Library. Hostesses will be mrs. Earl Lyon mrs. William Cooper Ethel Fowler mrs. Joseph Macmaster. Mrs. Raymond Dee mrs. Gladys von Hacht and mrs. Rudolph com Hacht. Finance Board Calls hearing on Hill Point school funds Westport requests for special appropriations totalling will be considered by the Board of finance in at a hearing tomorrow at clonal divinity school will conduct the annual series of lenten lectures which will get under Way March 7 in the greens farms Congo Cha Ozro Winner left a boy scout commissioner who holds the Arrowhead award stands in Back of family of four boy scouts in their Williamsport pa., Home. Left to right Are David 10, cub scout Thomas la Stanley Jug and John 20. The three older boys Are Al each has won the god and country award. Eagle scouts and gop club elects Lucille Wortel wins award in n e w t 0 w n for sponsoring new dramas new York feb. 18 producer Lucille Wortel was named tonight As first Winner of a annual award was Una piously elected Ion Tler sponsorship of new dram Newtown. Feb. 18 the slate of officers submitted by the nominating committee of the Young Republican club of new Atic works. Own ast night at the annual meeting and dinner dance in the Yankee miss Wortel operates the White Trover inn. Barn theater at Westport Conn., those elected included presi and is artistic of special presentations Here by the Amer Mun hut Lumik am in Milford Hospital mrs. Flora Whelan 58 carring ton Avenue Caroline Camp sea Side convalescent Home mrs Florence Wilson 58 Green Street mrs. Gertrude Boyhan 37 Hob son Avenue mrs. Jane Flynn 190 Broadway Thomas King 38 we aug drive mrs. Ethel Earth 70 West main Street Stanley by Kowaki 76 Valley Road mrs Inez o Reilly 103 Orland Street mrs. Anna Barr 54 Lenox ave Niue mrs. Lillian Krutz 47 Alden place mrs. James la Piccirella 7 Datura Avenue mrs. Sophie Golembeski s9 Gunn Street George Collins 265 Housatonic drive Wesley Warnes 20 Rose Street mrs. Viola Collins 5 Riv Eredge. Also Joan Kazmercyk 106 Meadow Park drive mrs. Josephine Kowt c3 Walnut Street Patricia Dooling 92 Naugatuck Avenue Phyllis Allen 113 Over Hill Road mrs. Ava Ocif 82 Kohary drive mrs. Apolonia Wil iams. 258 Point Beach drive Robert Siekerski 5 Mayflower place Richard Shaw 210 Wilson Road Orange Kim Krell 107 Mer win Avenue Wood Mont Adrianna Webber 38 Pond Point Avenue Cheryl Keyes 7 Alden place Kathleen Carr 16 Corona Circle mrs. Mary Mccready 34 Hawley Avenue Wood Mont Jane Pocock 178 Robert treat Parkway Samuel Campagna sr., 62 Anchorage drive Mather Lewis 35 Granc Street mrs. Jean Borack 13 Lawrence Avenue Carol Shultis 27 Darina place mrs. Ruth Victory 28 Wilbar Avenue mrs Barbara Dilella 20 York Avenue Ernest Lane 35 Benham Avenue Adelord Lesperance 43 Myrtle Avenue. Also James Trapletti 144 easy Street Candace Companaro 37 Lansdale Avenue Cathy Smith 27 Seaside Avenue Christine i Kinson 214 East Broadway Dan Iel Smith 240 wheelers farms Road mrs. Patricia Wargo 43 Cindy Circle Ralph Vanacore 46 Housatonic Avenue Frank Sli Mak 39 Northwood place Devon mrs. Jane Benoit 25 Dale Irive mrs. Rose e. Gal 109 roses Mill Road mrs. Cleara Sabine 30 Mills Avenue mrs. Celina Rivera 16 Broadway mrs. Cor inne Warde 24 Seaside Avenue Lew Nadell 345 Edward court i morny ire Alweil first vice president John Kipp second vice president Thomas Ine son third vice president Robert Campbell recording Secretary Ronald Quintin corresponding Secretary mrs. Seth 0. L. Brody and treasurer James c. Gies. Three delegates to the Fairfield county Young Republican league elected were c. David Hull. Charles d. O Connor and Richard Babb. Mrs. Walter Lane chairman presented outgoing president Dennis Ellsworth with an engraved cigarette Box on behalf of the organization. A report of the 1962 goals study report was read by Robert Campbell chairman of the committee and recommendations for 1962 included the organization of a Young Republican club in the Ligh school and urged their -.icipation in the organization on local county and state Levels it also recommended increased participation in the More program and urged that the Young Republican club should take the initiative in expanding the available facilities at party Headquarters. It urged that the Yagop s should inform themselves on local state and National issues and take stands on the Issue. In order to do this seminars should be organized. The final recommendation for the year was that the Yops work diligently with other town and state Republican organizations to elect a Republican governor and the entire Republican slate of candidates in the forthcoming state election. As a goal for this year the local chapter is setting a goal of a membership of 300, and the study committee urged that a regular newsletter should keep the membership informed about plans. They also urged that participation in activities should be encouraged by the entire membership. The committee did not recommend an increase in the dues of the club for this year but should work closely together with the town committee on their fund raising events. In addition to or. Campbell Charles d. O Connor and c David Hull composed the goals study committee. A Short question and answer period was conducted after the Reading of the report and the business meeting adjourned. Dancing was enjoyed by the 125 present to the music of Bob Anthony. Mrs. Walter Lane was general chairman of the annual meeting and dinner dance assisted by members of the National theater and Academy. The prizes a commemorative medal and award has j Lucille Wortel Lawrence and Robert e. Lee in memory of t joans founder of the i i. Theater which Emp Saue presentation of new material. Miss Jones died in 1955. The is Given for most contribution to the dramatic Art through sponsorship of hitherto a produced Lawrence presented the award at the actors fund benfit a Man for All sea on at the Anta theater. Care everything you Wear we clean with care. Your clothes deserve the Best. National great fou iwo convenient by anuses 840, state St. I 3135 main St. Edi. On 1.2383 express her career miss Wortel has staged 117 new works. Disagree on subject of balding american Frank l. Spencer Chicago up american women Are going Bald in increasing numbers according to some experts. Hair shedding ladies might blame the expanded status of and themselves. There is no agreement that female baldness is on the increase according to the american medical association but a Survey of 170 members of the american dermatological association indicated More than half think it is. There is agreement that whatever the incidence it s no laugh no matter at least to the woman involved. A Man who discovers his hair is thinning gets morose. A woman often becomes hysterical. Very few medical conditions produce More emotional according to a report of or. Jacob Bleiberg Irvington i. J., and or. Martin Wortzel Newark n. J., dermatologists. These doctors think that such turmoil May set the stage for anxiety that could aggravate Lair loss causing a vicious Cycle. The physical condition hat describes balding women Las a diffuse it the Ama said no one knows or sure what causes it. Hair loss is Normal according 0 the Ama with constant re growth taking the place of old strands. Even a Case of diffuse Alopecia does t mean the Vic in is doomed to baldness. But t May mean the afflicted woman will have to get used to thinner Ocks. When a woman tells a physician her hair is falling out he first tries to find out if Ordinary factors Are involved sometimes causes hair loss and so does the Meno Pausal period. Some doctors say heredity is involved. But. According to the things May be involved. One dermatologist or. Morrris j. Lipnik Detroit has advised patients to quit using Brush Type hair rollers. Other doctors have blamed thinning hair on antibiotics detergents and even radioactive fallout. Or. Marion b. Sulzberger a new York dermatologist and a member of the Ama s committee on cosmetics said brushing if performed too vigorously could cause hair loss. Some doctors go further and recommend natural bristle brushes because they contend Nylon brushes have Square Cut bristles which damage hair. Or. Howard t. Behrman director of Dermat logic research at new York medical College said women May be becoming More masculine perhaps because of the increased stresses of modern living. When women receive male hormones hair growth on their Heads decreases. The pressures of living could stimulate the adrenal cortex to produce More male hormones doctors reason. There May not be an easy answer to the problem but the Ama suggests that women May avoid thinning hair by following a few common sense rules. These include regular shampooing moderate brushing and careful dry Rig. The Ama also says the Ponytail style which pupils the hair should be avoided. Bridgeport civil service commission 804 main Street is accepting applications for the following positions nurse i the salary is a year s82.37 a week and in addition there Are other employee benefits. Applicants must be registered nurse practical nurse the salary is s3635 a year a week and in addition there Are other employee benefits. Applicants must be registered by the state of Connecticut applications and detailed information Are avails Able at the office of the in Sudan to visit Premier company wanted by our client. Up to available at once to Purchase Over 51% of Eoline manufacturer of consumer products with Crowth potential. Details please. In Confidence to James Malarney up. Taylor Greenough advertising. Wethersfield Sudan feb. 18 presidential envoy Chester Bowles arrived today for a 24-hour visit and talks with Sudan s Premier. It. Gen. Ibrahim Abboud. Bowles arrived by plane from a four Day visit in Cairo on his african asian tour. Shrinks h new Waswil stops new York n. Y. Special for the first time science has found a new Healing substance Vith the astonishing Abii it Hout surgery relieves pain a and among these sufferers were a very wide variety of Hemo Rhoid conditions some of 10 to 20 years standing. Ail this without the use of narcotics aesthetics or Astrin Kunts of any kind. The secret is a new Healing substance the discovery of a work Famious research ins Titu Ion. Already Bio Dyne is in wide use for Healing injured tissue on All parts of the body. This new Norai info substance is offered in or Onif-1 Iri if Jorin called 1 ask for individually sealed convenient preparation h suppositories or preparation h ointment with special applicator. Preparation h is sold it nil drug counters. Satisfaction guaranteed or Greece s sophists were caches who came to Athens Toj Ive instruction in language Rea zoning and Bonaparte had no direct descendants his Only son died childless. Looking at ing. And relieve pain without by wry. In one Hemo Rhoid Case after very striking improvement was reported and verified by doctors observations. Pain was relieved promptly. And while gently relieving pain actual reduction or retraction took place. And most nazi or of Al this improvement was maintained in Case observations were continue Ever a period of Many months in fact results were so thorough that sufferers were Able to make such a Sands ski resort at Iravon Hurst Ontario. If you Dan t believe it turn the picture upside Down. . In the town courtroom. The requests include sought for extra work at Hills Point school to for the services of Edgar t. See. Town attorney who represented the town in five court cases and for the Public works department and repair of fire dam age in the recreation commission office. First selectman Herbert e. Baldwin said is needed for the repair and maintenance of a town owned Bulldozer and another is sought to employ and equipment maintenance Foreman for the Public works department. The fire loss in the recreation of fice was covered by insurance but needs a special appropriation to permit the Transfer of the funds. The extra Legal fees include for defending the town against an induction suit brought in december by John c. Gilmore who sought to prevent the re opening of Hill Point school for fees in connection with a court action brought by Maxfield Gibbons regarding the proposed abandonment of a right of Way near Beac Side Avenue. And three other cases. The school funds requested by the rom Public building and site committee include 54.400 for i salaries for the clerk of the works and Secretary for additional lighting at Hill Point school and for a Fence at the school. All items of More than must be ratified by the representative town meeting after they Are approved by the finance Board. In addition to acting on the special requests the finance Board will Start its annual Bud get hearings tuesday night. Slated for review Are budgets to be presented by first selectman Baldwin for the 1962-63 expenses of the Board of selectmen con troller tax collector assessor town attorney Board of tax re View and finance Board. Plan lenten services James m. Gustafson of the social ethics department of Yale be the Christian life in contemporary the sessions will take place on wednesday evenings through april 11. Knights Dine tonight Westport Council knights of Columbus will conduct an ital Ian night Spaghetti supper to night at 7 o clock in St. Anthony s Hall. The supper which will be limited to members of the Council. The speaker at the business session at . Will be Rev. Cornelius Shea s.j., a member of the faculty at fair Field University. First school in America built and wholly supported by Public William Wallace and Casper Li-1 taxation was erected at Dedham the theme for the series will Cari Are in charge of plans for mass., in 1644. No Down payment first payment october 1962 30 it. Dormer got a ranch make it a colonial includes plans aluminium flashing 2x4 studs 16" . 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