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GET OK July 3-AP Rush b* spared be- unison, in th« dtipctor Mountains Festival, will be held Washington, natural outdoor of the Rush the Virginia at Richmond, the festival to «tnpldy!ng to clear out were silent until amphitheater then burst time their croaked, he or they the nose," pleasing we're of the pro- Ronald A. Malony, president of the Rotary club, presided. ADOLF BACKIEL RENAMED PRESIDENT BY GROWERS WESTPORT, July 3--Adolf Backiel, Backiel, of Westport, tonight was reelected reelected president of the Bridgeport Fruit and Vegetable Growers' association association at the annual dinner meeting, conducted at the farm of James Restaino, Sturges highway. Other officers renamed are William William C. _Miro, of Fairfield, vice- president; Wiener Wilson, of Huntington, Huntington, secretary and Leicester Aldo. Aldo. of Milford, treasurer. ^ * ' ' Speakers included Dr. B. F. Lownsbery, Jr, and Dr. R. L. Beard, both of the Connecticut Agricultural Agricultural Experiment station, New Haven, Haven, and E. C- Mtnnum, of the. College College of Agriculture, University of Connecticut. A special guest was Adele Silverman, Silverman, of Easton, Connecticut Vegetable Vegetable queen. California's Eel River is the best ift the West for winter «teel4iead fishing. urged cautioned parked cars, The continued, parts from to turn continue Seaside To where p.m." to Lyddy said, movement in formation is north, Washington Housatonic the the west. After restricted buses North their They avenue to The Wells

Clipped from The Bridgeport Telegram04 Jul 1951, WedPage 10

The Bridgeport Telegram (Bridgeport, Connecticut)04 Jul 1951, WedPage 10
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