Hartford Courant from Hartford, Connecticut on May 26, 1967 · 34
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i 4 V'K X V "' V ill THE HARTFORD COURANT: WJey, May 26, 1967 Stanley Reorganizes European Operations Stanley Works announced Thursday it has combined, for the first time, all its manufacturing and selling activities in Europe. Donald W. Davis, Stanley president, said the move "should help us achieve a substantial increase in our trade throughout Europe and to obtain a more important share of the markets in the various European countries." Owen D. Tannett, managing director of Stanley Works, Great Britain, since 1945, will head the new organization. He was named a Stanley vice president Thursday. Oversees Division Tannett will oversee the activities of Stanley Works, Great Britain, in Sheffield, which manufactures hand tools; Stanley . Bridges Ltd. of London, which makes portable power tools, Stanley Works Gm.b.H. of Velbert, Germany, maker of hardware, and the European sales force, which markets Stan-j ley products whether made in Europe or elsewhere. The directors of the various divisions will comprise the European management committee, m Mill SO OWEN D. TANNETT with headquarters in Brentford, England. ' Tannett joined Stanley in 1937, when the New Britain company established itself in England by taking over the Sheffield brace and drill firm of J. A. Chap man, Ltd. During World War II he was a Royal Navy commander, and was responsible for the availability of landing craft during the D-Day invasion. Annhurst College Gets $359,679 Federal Grant WOODSTOCK (Special) - U. S. Rep. William L. St. Onge announced Thursday a $359,679 grant from the U.S. Office of Education to Annhurst College located in South Woodstock. The funds will supplement the $5.5 million building expansion program currently underway at the college. Fine Arts Building According to Sister Cecile Dela Providence, S.E., Annhurst College president, the grant will be applied toward the esti-l mated $1.25 million cost of a three-story fine arts building, lounge, and 1,000 seat auditorium. Construction is expected to begin sometime this summer with completion scheduled for early 1969. The location of the new structure will be on Rt. 169 due south of Goundrey Hall dormitory. The fine arts building will be octagonal and contain a music library and listening room, cera mics workshop, two large art studios, six music studios, seven music practice rooms and a large lecture room. Connected to the fine arts building by a circular lounge and lobby will be a 1,000-seat auditorium. This will house the latest lighting and projection equipment. Annhurst College, established In 1941, is a women's school run by the Daughters of the Holy Spirit. It has a current enrollment of 380 students. New Student Union Since 1964 about one-half of Never Knowingly Undersold WHOLESALE PRICES 1967-1959 USED CARS BALCH WHOLESALE Baleh's Shall Sto. Rt. I-Bridge St. Exit Warehouse Po!n Conn. OPEN 'TIL 10 P.M. I me to.D minion Duuaing pro gram has been completed in eluding a new student union, new dormitory, and academic and library building and an ad dition to an existing dormitory. This first phase of the program cost $2.8 million. Originally, the building campaign was to have taken about 10 years. However, according to one college official, "It appears as if it will be com-. pleted In five to six years." 'Twain Legend' A TV Special A television special that was partly filmed at the Mark Twain Memorial on Farmington Avenue the house where Samuel L. Clemens lived for 22 years and wrote "Huckleberry Finn" can be seen Saturday from 4 to 5 p.m. on Channel 8, WNHC-TV. . . ! The special, "The Legend of Mark Twain," gives sidelights on the life of the writer and dramatic excerpts from some of his stories and books. Narrator and actor In the story vignettes is the well-known stage and screen star David, Wayne. Much of his narration is against the backdrop of the Mark Twain house; he is shown in the billiard room and in some of the other high - ceilinged rooms. The special was produced by the Jules Power Production Co. and written by Joseph Hurley. Adult Education Groups Merge iwu oldie uigmuuuiuiia uu-j cerned with adult education have merged to form the Con-' necticut Assn. for Public School j Adult Education, j President is Richard F. Kelly, adult education director for the Hartford public schools. Other officers are Mrs. Helen B. Pin-zi of New Haven, vice president; Dr. Frank R. Repole of Danbury, treasurer; and John E. Ryan, a State Dept. of Education consultant in adult basic education, secretary. The two groups which merged are the Connecticut Assn. for ; Public School Adult Education and the State Adult Basic Edu I cation Assn. U.S. Unveils ' Wingless Jet At Air Show PARIS (AP) - The United States unveiled Thursday what officials termed a revolutionary air and space research craft at a preview of the 27th Paris International Air and Space Show. The first manned jet "lifting body" a wingless tadpole-shaped vehicle is designed to fly and maneuver at high altitudes and craft of its type may one day carry spacemen back to. earth, landing in much the same fashion as a conventional plane. The SV5J "lifting body" was unveiled by Stanley Cleveland, economic affairs minister at the American embassy. Fill Shown This SV5J craft, and the Fill, a supersonic swing-wing fighter-bomber which is being put into production for the Air Force, are two of the outstanding entries in the air show, which has attracted exhibits from 16 nations in the biggest Paris air salon on record. Other Attractions Other major attractions at the show, which will officially open Friday for a 10-day run, include a reproduction of the Soviet rocket Vostok 1, which sent Maj. Yuri Gagarin Into space in 1961 on the first manned orbital flight. , ' Lions of State To Convene at Banner Lodge Connecticut Lions Clubs will hold their annual convention June 2-4 at the Banner Lodge, Moodus. Principal speaker at the convention will be David A. Evans, second vice president of Lions International. The Lions Inter national is celebrating its 50lh anniversary this year. $30,000 For Eye Research During the convention a donation of $30,000 will be presented to the Yale School of Medicine for the Eye Research Center at Yale. Three new governors for the state Lions districts will be elected. Nominated for office are: Frederick H. Parr of Bethel for District 23-A; Nunzio Rosso of Kensington for District 23-B and Alfio Urbinati of Norwich for District 23-C. Area committee chairmen for the convention are George Staib of West Hartford,. ' arrangements; Bert Johnson of East Hartford, costume ball; George Mellen of Glastonbury, sports; Wilbur Glahn of West Hartford and Howard Smith of Rocky Hill, district governors' ban quet; Harry Fisher of Rocky Hill, governor - elect luncheon, and Raymond Wild of West Hartford, information. Newington Pilot Among Leaders mm iLll R. MICHAEL CURRAN Curran Named Goodwin Partner ' R. Michael Curran will be ad mitted as a general partner of Goodwin, Loomis & Britton, in surance firm of 41 Lewis Street, as of June 1. Curran was graduated from William Hall High School and from Yale in 1960 where he was on the Varsity Football Team for three years, and captain of the Lacrosse Team. Following a year of graduate work at Yale, and after service with the Armed Forces, Curran be-, came affiliated with the Aetna Life and Casualty where he was supervisor at the Life Agency for three years. For the past year he has operated his - own agency representing the Aetna Life and Casualty, Curran is a member of the University Club, the . Yale Club of Hartford, and he Is a mem ber of the Yale Alumni Fund Drive. A member of Trinity Church, he resides with his wife and 2 sons in West Hartford. . . , Underwriters Elect Van Atta Group President Gerald N. Van Atta of the Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Co. has been elected president of the Hartford Life Underwri ters Assn., succeeding John M. F&rr of the New England Mutual Life. Other officers elected during the association's recent annual business meeting at the Hartford Club were Richard D. SatellJ C.L.U.. MutualLife of New York, first vice president; Wil liam Fraidowitz, Underwriters Service Aeency. second vice president; Williani .G. Oechslin, American uenerai Liie, secre' tary; Ronald F. Simmons, The Travelers Insurance Company, treasurer, and Fair, state dir ector. .- ' Directors Named Named directors for three- year terms were David R. Bam berger, III. Phoenix Mutual; Charles R. Lihdberg, C.L.U., Connecticut General Life; Wes son C. Miller, Northwestern Ma tual Life, and John M. Stone, Connecticut Mutual Life. Elected directors for two years Daily: Crossword Puzzle ACROSS ' 1 Second U.S. President. , ,. . Nipped in tb 9 Kind of gliM. 12 Mi, Pt, etc ' 11 Monster in Greek myth. 16 Kind of paper. 17 Attendint. 18 Eitabliihed: Abbr., , . 19 Kind of lag. .31 out! 2 word. 22 Kind of bread. 23 Kind of post. . 26 Mechanical being. 29 Votea for. 30 "Merry" fellow. . 32 Kind of house. 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' 57 Nitrogen: Prefix. 58 In (againat thing) : Lat. 60 Referee' term; IF" i3 7 "i5 is" " " " " " P ' Tii ' j 19 20 IF " T 7 T W 27 28 T j 29 iT """"' Q 3T jV" " "" ii w ' " T $3" 44 TT j IT " T " 47 """""" """" 48 """""" W 50 (51 sT mm tr st " 59" m" ki 62 ' iT"" I j 64 "" 65 """""" Answer to previous nuzzle Tha Neighbors By Gtorgt Cforl "Yes, I'm the lady of the house. Tve been reducing.! jf TAURUS 53-38-81-881 fcMDIAlRlCl H ft EIS T E DC TESTY IN G I j R A LjP NT C" A R lITTi ffS'TTTrrljFTT Tf TT nT y , F TIT Ins vT a 5 aSTTQm I eTmpl XT 5" TT 0 l len'TvTator "STIuati K.TTTfT 7 EC0SSET E TTF R Y T MACON. Ga. UP) - Eieht lead ers in the 1967 Ancel Derbv. were David S. Hendel, C.L.U., the all women's international Metropolitan Life; Satell; Joel air race from Montreal to Mi-Sokolov, Massachusetts Mutual ami, arrived Wednesday for the Life; . and James V. Spignesi, last hoo to Miami. I Prudential Insurance Company. Usins a comnuter. the Miami! Directors elected for one year Metro Chamber of Commerce' terms were William G. Oech- which is sponsoring the race, SU" American General life, '"and said Mrs. Judy Wagner, a ttopert 1. waisn, Bernsnire uie. housewife from Palos Verdes!vTXTr, ' f ." Estates, Calif., was leading by HJNB FurchaSeS , almost three miles an hour. Maine Bonds Winners in the race are computed by their actual speed over averages for their planes worked out in advance. Mrs. Wagner is running 27.45 the account which Thursday miles an hour ahead of her purchased $700,000 School Ad- plane's 183 MPH averaee. iministrative District No. 55, Others in the order of their, Maine bonds. Bar to Honor Dead Members The annual memorial services honoring deceased members of the Hartford County Bar Assn. will be held Friday at 10' a.m: in court room six on the fourth floor of Superior Court House, 95 Washington St. ' Deceased members of the bar to be honored are: ' ""'' '., - Clifford H.- Bell, Richard V, Blake, Mortimer H. Camp, Theodore G. Case,. Louis F. Chrospowski,- Francis W. Cole, Walter F. Fpley. and Reinhart T. Gideon. , Also, Abraham I. Katz, Raymond C. Keene, Joseph Lauber, David J.. Loughlin, Anson T McCook and Gustave P. Nordstrom. Also, Harold F. O'Brien, Jo seph P. O'Connell, Carlyle C. Thomson, Kenneth W. Weeks David A. Wilson, John J. Wur- dig. '".' Judges, officers, ' and mem bers of the Hartford County Bar will be present, along with fami lies and friends of the de ceased lawyers. 19 Caught In Raid Get Jail Terms BRIDGEPORT (Special)-Six- month jail terms were handed out to 19 Bridgeport men Wednesday as a result of their conviction on charges of requent- ing a gaming house in that city. The trial of the 19 took place in Simsbury last week, on a move for change of venue filed by their attorney as a result of "unfavorable publicity," from the news media in Bridgeport. Two of the men sentenced by Judge John J. Cicala, Frank Cesero, 51, brother of the own er of the Venice Athletic Club in Bridgeport : the gaming house, and Anthony Procce, 46, a parole violator caught' in the police raid on the club, received full six-month jail terms. The other 17, all arrested in a March 12 raid which found police using battering rams to knock down the steel plated doors of the athletic-club, re ceived six-month jail terms, sus pended after periods ranging from 30 to 120 days. Probation, Fines Each of the 17 were also fined $100 and. placed on probation for one year. The trial In Simsbury, which lasted three days, centered around the "reputation", as a gaming house, the only proof necessary to convict the 19. . Defense Atty. Henry Rothblatt of New York City told The Cou-rant at the close of the trial he planned to appeal the guilty ver dict. AMIS MAR. 22 APR. 201 6-17-28-39 SW9-78 A! S TAR GAZERS) Br CLAY K. POLLAN' CCMIM MAY 22 JUNE 22 IT 5-16-27-40 MyJl-72-B4-85l CANCIt JUNE 23 JULY 23 46-61-82-901 'I'SSL AUG. S3 45-67-80-8a VIIOO AUG. 24 rSEPT. 22 8-19-30-41 '52-57-68 X Your Daily dvry Gu We According to the Stan, To develop message for Friday;'; read words corresponding to numbers of your Zodiac birth sign. 1 SEPT. 21 OCT; 23 3-li25-36V U7-J9-70 - 1 You 31 P fw . 2Bt 32Troppd 3 Opportunity 33 Good . 4 Lucky ' 3 Not . . 6 Your ' 7 Don't 8 Imperative 9 For 10 Put 1 1 Nwi 12 May 13 Activ 14 Is - 15Brok 16 Everythinfl 17 Personolity 18 Be . . . 19 That 20A 21 Duty 22 Looks 23 Heor " " 24 In - 25 At 24 Penible 27Nsw 28 Is 29 First 30 You 34 Pltosont 35 A . 36Youf 37Whot,-, 38 Don't . 39 Under 401s 41 Complete 42 Financial. 43 Into 44 Concerning 45 Newt , . 46 Group . 47 Threshold 48 You've ' 49 Listen 50 Fine . 51 Necessarily 52Whot . 53 Picture, 54 Lending, 55A 56 Bsen 11 57 You 58 Get 59 Welcome 60 Money ()Good . () Adverse Neutral 61 Or t 62Ta 63 Your , , 64 Good . 65 Day. 66 For .67 From . 68 Begin : 69 Magnetic - 70 It 71 Matter '-j, 72 The - . 73 Money ; 74 Travel. .. 75 Or 76 Shopping . 77 Around 78 Influence! 79Woiting 80A , BlOthen' .. 82 Club . 83 Whispering 84 Right , 85 Thing 86 Distance 8 For 88View ,. 89 Persont ' . 90 Meeting 526. KOtPIO) OCT. NOV. 48.56-79-87VS USITTAHIUI NOV. 23 DEC 22 7-18-32-43, B4H63-73- CAPKOW DEC 23 JAriJO H-2J-: 560-7) JAN. 21 FEB. 1 10-21-29-381 149-62-83-89 men FES 20 MAR. 21 64-65-66-74C 175-76-77 VS Another Star Gazer Tomorrow and Every Day In The Conrant. Mansfield Band Flown To Shrivers LEGAL NOTICES . NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION .Notice It . hereby, given .Jhet Realty Company ot Connecticut, Inc., 'ws dissolved by: resolution effective May I, 17. State of Connecticut, District of "HarS ford, Probate .Court, Town of Hartford Mty 16, 1967. , - , ... Present,' Hon, Jamej H. Klnaelle Judge. MANSFIELD . (Special) Hyde Street, Manchester, Connecticut. Tho Mancfiislrl Traininr School "u,rix the estate of mary b. ine jnansneia 1 raining auuwi ooom. late ot Hartford within mm Band flew to the nation s capitol district, deceesed, it is in the Kennedy family vamXu?i$. ZTJlZ the "Caroline," May 21 tO Play if limited and allowed for the presen. . . kn We K,.f ot Vial,,,ion of eU- cleims against said estate at a benefit horse ShOW at the to the. executrix thereof, and seld ex. estate of Mn and Mrs. Sargent (""'"j ' aJlr,c'.d L,ci,e , . .. .jlT said decedent to bring In thelr-clalmt Shriver, It was announced within aaid time- allowed -by publishing Thnr!rlav hv FranriS P Kellev ,n ,,m ofce In. some newspaper hev inursaay rjy "ancis r. iveuey pg clrculMlori n said, probtt D- Superintendent Of the training trlct within- thirty days from the date SCnOOl. .CeHlfleil from. rBfnrH. .1, :-... .:!,'' . . , ,, MARTIN. EPSTEIN, Ass't, Clerk, Wartfnrrl Katinnal Banlr nnrll M1 lUVWAeu fUtlil wiiu Trust Company is manager of 3 SchOOl Hoards Starting a vacation? Going fishing? . . . the shore or planning a shopping trip? WEATHERPHONE 0 987-1234 Brought to you by HARTFORD ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. and THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE COS. standings here were: Jan Vau-der Gammell, Denver; Dorothy Julich,. Jackson . Heights, Queens, N.Y.; Sophia Payton, Indianapolis; Mary Ann Noah, Shawnee - Mission, Kan.; Vs'i Arnold, Newington, Conn.; Jean The bonds bear a 4 cou pon, mature June 1, 1968 through 1987, and are being re- offered by the Municipal Bond Department to yield 3.10 In 1968 to 4.40 in 1987. This District was organized in Reynolds, Montrose, Mich.; and 1966 bV Twns of Baldwin, Emma McGuire, Santa Monica, , Cornish, Hiram, Parsonsfield Calif. '." ' ". (and Porter, Maine for the pur- ipose of constructing . and oper- Japan expects to sell more.ating public schools for the than a million color TV sets by joint use of the participating 1968. 1 towns. COMPUTERS HTFD. (ECPI) Most of tht people we've trained es computer programmers never thought they had the brains for the job. Their impression of computers wet the generally accepted one: that you need a PhD. to run them. Actually all you need is high school education end somo pro-fessionel treininq. ECPI training. , .- It's not easy, mind you. And it's not cheap. But when you'vo eerned your ECPI diploma, you'll be in position to commend highly respectable salery with even higher potential. And you'll be in a field where the iob comes looking for you. (This yeer, some 25,000 programmer jobs will remain unfilled for leek of trained personnel.) Thet puts the supply and demand theory strictly in your favor. ' Right now. if you're high school greduete between II and 40 yeert eld the smertest thing you cen do is send for our free computer programmer sample aptitude test. Meybe you've never thought you had the brains for the iob. Tha test mey prove otherwise. ECPI it approved for veterens' benefits. ELECTRONIC COMPUTER PROGRAMMING INSTITUTE 422 New Park Ave, Hertford, Conn. O Pleesa send ma a free eptitude test and information about day and evening classes. . Let me know how lha new Gl Bill applies to ECPI. Nm Ago Address ' Ciy : steta " T'" CoJ ' Dept. 200e Get Federal Aid Federal assistance to. the Boards of Education in Granby, Suffield and Enfield totaling $104,734 was announced Thure day by U.S. Sen. Abraham Ribi- coff. ... ; The senator's office was in formed by the Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare of assistance in the . following amounts: , , ' Granby: tentative entitlement for fiscal 1967, $13,818 with $9,- 535 certified for immediate payment. . Suffield: $22,270, with $18,070 for immediate payment., Enfield: $68,646, with $45,163 for immediate payment Dental Assn. Hits Move to Repeal Fluoride Law GROTON (AP) - The Connecticut State Dental Association said Thursday it viewed with "grave concern" action aimed at reopening the fluoridation issue in the General Assembly. Rep. Gerard S. Spiegel, R-Trumbull, announced in the House at the State Capitol Wednesday that he had more than enough signatures on a petition that will force out of the Legislature's Public Health and Safety Committee a bill that would repeal the state's fluoridation law. The General Assembly in 1965 passed a law requiring all wa ter companies serving more than 20,000 customers to add fluorides to their water supplies. The dental association, in a statement at its annual conven- A highlight of the band's per- (AHMnHrtH ' tnnar n eS 'imntAiMr4il 101 HK1IU.C w au ....pi mupiu -HBraTCmnectieut. District f HerN jam Session When Shriver and ford. Probate Court, Town- of Hartford, u:- rr:-. iij ! .:ih "'V 15, 147. -- .. ma mm, iuiiiiij,juurcu.ui nuu. Present, Hon James H. Juaqe.. Klnsella, th mentallv retarded urouD. The horse show was .held itaXZXrT0nZk" "Timberlawn," the Shriver m.ir''r"!;l t bstate oc mm home in Rockville a suburb of mnroTi.?. of HZmfuit Washington DC : ; ! district, deceased, It is . wasningion, u.u w . ordered, That six months from the The band WaS introduced by1 ISth day of May, W be and the same Karl Kemmerer, defensive half-'; ''"1',,??, "J'01?, St, thVr,!.n" , . . n j ''eiion of all claims' aaalnst said .estate back for the Washington Red-to the administrator thereof end said kins Amonff those attending drn!ns,',a"r n directed to cite ail SKins. Among mobe aiwiiuing. Mld dcrtlent br,n5 , the hpneflt. show was Sen. Wll-I their claims within , said time allowed liam J., Fulbright,; chairman ofinrwCpeV,v.,nh; .rcutfJVtSd' ine f oreign neiauuns uuiiiui- tee. : Mrs. Shriver, the former Eunice Kennedy, announced during the show her plans visit the Mansfield Training School ln September to attend the school's 50th anniversary ball. The hall will be held in Probate District within thirtv davi trnm the date of this order. - Certified" from record,'.' ." MARTIN EPSTEIN, ;'"' '-Asst Clerk. State of Conhectlcut7"Dttrlrt nf JirC to ford, Probate Court,1 Town of .Hartford, may is, wnt. Present, Hon. '.'James H. ' Klnsella, Judge. . ... Upon 'the- application ot Jeanitle. K. Taylor and The Connecticut Bank and Trust Company, Executore of the ES. TATE OP wit I liu a . irueci A,jn the- Manchester Armory On a late of Hartford. In said District, -de-rfaf pf tn hp flnnnnnfprl ceased for an order, of sale of such Qaie yet 10 oe announueu. interest as decedent had at the time Francis P. Kelley,WhO ac- of" his decease In and to.certeia. real companied the . band, expressed JB his gratitude to the Shrivers for , Town of Hertford, w- is, molTlnn tha trirt nnosihlo i uuckeu: mat said application-be making the trjp pOSSlDie. heard and determined In the rooms: of "We deeply appreciate," ne ."urT Municipal Buiiomg ot on We 5th day of June, 1967 at J1:U o'clock In the forenoon, and that public notice be given te all persons jntereeted In said estate to appear, if they .ee ceuse, end be heerd thereon, by publish. Ins a copy of this order In a newspaper havlnj a circulation In. said Probate DIs- cation and training." Kenya Bans Book NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) - The government has banned the con troversial book "The Reds andjtion here Thursday, said Con-the Blacks" written by former necticut has been "cited nation-Ambassador William Attword ally for its leadership" in out of his experiences as U.S. I passing the law which "will envoy to Guinea and Kenya. Attwood now is editor-in-chief of Look magazine. guarantee future Connecticut youngsters 65 per cent reduction in dental decay..." said, "this additional opportun ity to show the public through the efforts of our . excellent band, the high quality of performance which the retarded tuith natianns orlti.1"1."' n1 sendlno a like copy of van a.u "'" 1 said order by certified mail, eostaoa prepaid, addressed to each ot the .-following" parsons,-all on or before -tha JMh day of May, 16?, and 'return meke to the court of the notice given: T"e Connecticut Bank and -Trust Compenv, Co-Exr., One COhstltfttlon Plaia, Hart, ford, Conn., Joyce T. Cobb, 2ffl Or. chord Ave., ' Newlfigfon, Conii. ' Gross, Wyde, & Williams, Attys-at-taw, :ift Mein St., Hartford; Conn., Jeanette K. Taylor, Indiv t, as Co-Exr., 62 Clifton ' Ave., West Hartford, Conn. . Certified from Record,' Vi " MARTIN EPSTEIN, Assistant 'Clerk. State of ConnectlcutDlsfrlct dTHart: Baccalaureate Set at Suffield Academy Sunday - SUFFIELD (Special) - The baccalaureate service of Suffield Academy Will be held Sunday, 'ord- Probate Court,. Town of Hartford, at 11 a.m. in .Second Baptist estati oV;walter f; huffmam. Church. I1' Hartford, . in said . District, .,de The ReV. Joseph A. Sisk,' Present, "; Hon. Jamei H. Klnsella, pastor of the church, will deliv-- ,h, j., . ,., ' - , r ,, . , ' ,, I Upon the application ot Waldemar. J. er the baccalaureate addreSS. t-ach of Newington, praying that m l Annleton H Sfavern! headmas. ?trumen, 'n writing purporting to be 'the ter Of the academy, Will parti- admitted to probate and that r nata. in the eorvip " " Pr Vlwu its biiw uvi ivva NEW MICHELOB. PRICE! FOR $164 I PLU II a ri PLUS TAX ANHiUSIR IUSCH, INC., ST. LOUIt application on file' mnri uiiv ' ihl. A 1 . L i,i :. ' rr tu 0RERED-That' said eflpllcetlon be Sing tWO numbers during the heard end determined at the probate SPrvifP .Office In Hartford, in said District, on ... . . .. ..,. the 6th day of June, 1967,' at 11:00 o'clock Other events in the 134th COm-1 In the forenoon; end tnaf notice of the mpnepmpnt WPPk nrofram in ,im nl P'ece of heerlng thereon be mencemeni ween program in- given l0 ,M known to be in. ClUde the Kent and DaVIS Prize terested in Said estate. Including Walter Speaking Contest onday and '.T. Ikn'M,".! participation in the Memoriali l,w- legatees, devisees, wkJ. na narorlo nA .orvinae T,,a.J""V Wwari,'or legal representatives. day, Four Secretaries Of State A Record WASHINGTON Andrew Jack- a true coov nf fhit nrdee to be published once in 'some nwoa. per having a circulation In said District, and by causing a ika copy of said order to be sent by certified' mall, post, age prepaid, to 'each of the following named persons, etl at least seven dny before the day set 'fr said hearing! Robert F. Stenqel, Esq.,- Ally, for WeU kii imu inuic awciaiico vi wnose whereabouts are unknovwi, etc.. state than any other president. "i,',ln Hartford.-conn., waidemar t J- Uch- El0 ' Mam St., Hartford. Four men Martin Van Buren, conn., Robert l. Huffmem m Alien Edward Livingston, Louis Mc; JSSS, UXSZ 2 Lane and .Inhn Fnrevth cprvorl Certified trim him in that position,. v ' - . . ..- Aisistent OertC e eeoe, a ,eti 1 '1, I. 11.. 1 ' . i ' . MABTIM FP8TFIM.

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