Clipped From The Bridgeport Telegram
THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1927 1.503.50 box; 4.005.26 ma- 00 per .75 bu; potatoes Potatoes 2.00-2.60 1.50-1.75 100 cabbage MILFORD GAMER FILES Democratic Leader Says Tax Collector Was Not Injured by His Remarks. MILFORD. Dec. 20.-- (By Special Correspondent.) Action has finally started In the $23,000 slander suit brought last October by Tax Collector Noyes R. Bailey against Lawrence T. Gallagher, prominent Democratic leader and builder, and some disposition will be made of the case in the January term of the New Haven Superior court. Bailey is suing Gallagher following -statements made at a Democratic rally In which it. Is alleged that Gallagher accused Bailey of appropriating $100,000 tax money for his own use. Gallagher also claimed that the amount the Lucia Chapter, O. E. S., will be held next Thursday in the Masonic temple on Broad street, with a supper preceding the business session at 7 o'clock. After the business, members will enjoy a Christmas party, with a Cnrlstmas tree, grab-bag and other enjoyable features. Each member is requested to bring a gift not costing over ten cents Mr and Mrs.. Berton N. Smith of North street, entertained rocenuy al a party-ln honor of their son, Berton, Jr., who celebrated his 23rd b i r t n d n y . The rooms and table were decorated In keeping with Christmas. A large and brilliantly lighted birthday cake was a very attractive center piece for the table. Music, singing and dancing en- Joyed throughout the evening, and dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schandle, Mrs. Minnie Foster, of Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thayer, Mr. and Mrb. Ralph Galpin, of Barkhambtead, Miss Bewtrjce Cronan, of Barkhamte.ul. Mr and Mrs. Berton N. Smith. Miss Norrine Schandle, Miss Mildred Ford, Malcolm Schandle, James E. Maher, Jack Lush, of Port Chester, and Russell Kibbe, ol Philadelphia. On Thursday, December 39, Rt. Rev. Chauucey Brewster will visit St. Peter's church and administer the rites of confirmation to a large class. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. BuUgcn. of Seaside avenue will have as their Christmas guests. Mrs. Ada B. Cann, Donald Cann, Miss Inez and Dorothy Cann, of Waterbury. Dorothy Cann is hi training at St. Luke's hospital. New York. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Barnctt will entertain as their guests over the holidays. 125 Health WESTPORT, Correspondent) Influenza people arc struck home and out today. hnt a grippe and physicians cases are symptoms the severe Dr.