Glendale movie night
Plan Slide, Swings For Playground In Glendale Manor The Glondale Manor Community Cl'ub presented a program of children's children's movies for little folks of the Manor, recently, In Humlston's basement, basement, with about 25 children present, present, according to Fremont Tolles, tho club's publicity chairman Four films, "Jifck and the Bean Stalk." "Rolling Stones," "Just Ask Jupiter," ttnd "Crazy House", with hours Instead of the usual mouse, were shown. The projector was I loaned by the Naugatuck Fuel Co. The tilrns were rented by the club, ftobcrt Knapp and Sherman Brown operated the projector, Other movie programs may be presented durlpg the year, Mr. Tolles snld- Regarding the, development development of other recreational activities activities for tho Manor's children, Mr. Tolles said a sliding board hud been erected in the playground, and it is expected that swings will be Installed Installed soon. Bristol, June 16—CUP)—A five- year-old boy is suing the Bristol postmaster for $5,000 on charges that he was attacked by his dog May 22. The complaint says that Jonathan S. Duffy was permanently permanently injured by a dog owned by Postmaster Harry C. Polhlll.