The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut on March 29, 1962 · Page 12
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The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut · Page 12

Bridgeport, Connecticut
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Thursday, March 29, 1962
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THE BRIDGEPORT POST, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1962. THIRTEEN REVERSAL SOUGHT IN DIVORCE CASE Mildred Slrassburger Vaughan of Fairfield yesterday asked Su perior court to set aside a de fault divorce judgment obtained against her March 20, by Fred erick H. Vaughsn, of 26 Easi Eaton street. Mrs. Vaughan based her motion on a claim she had no knowledge that Mr. Vaughan's petition brought and granted on the ground of intolerable cruelty, hai .been assigned for a hearing. Judge Benjamin M. Leipner awarded Mr. Vaughan a decree at the conclusion of an uncon tested hearing. Mrs. Vaughan did not attend the hearing, and was not represented by counsel. In her motion to set the judgment aside,' Mrs. Vaughan al leges she not only has a defense to her husband's allegations, but grounds for a divorce on a cross- complaint. Alleging she was prevented by accident or mistake from attending the hearing of March 20, Mrs. Vaughan claims she depend' ed on a lawyer who is a frient of the family to inform her when the matter would be heard in court. The lawyer failed to notify her, Mrs. Vaughan asserts, because he was out of the state for three weeks, during which time her husband's cause was assigned for a hearing. She says she did nol treat Mr. Vaughan with intolerable cruelty, and, as a matter of fact, "the reverse is true." They were married June 17, 1944. Travelers took the ginkgo tree to Europe from the Orient in the early 18th Century. INCOME TAX Business - Professional Individual -- AT -Joseph E. Scale's NEW OFFICE 2064 MAIN ST. NEAR NORTH .AVE. ED 5-4700 ED 9-0966 A P P L E S Many Grade! Prices SPECIAL $000 ·lllhtl t»k.t Aspeiuck Orchards OKN tVtRT OAT ALL WINTER OES Installs Stratford Slate Post Photo--Haydufc Principals In the installation ceremonies of Azalia chapter, OES, last night in Masonic temple, Stratford, were (left to right) Charles H. Jenkins and Mary B. Jenkins, outgoing worthy patron and matron, and Mary P. Pavluchuk and Joseph P. Pavluchuk. their successors. Chock Full o' Nuts Boss Weds Singer of Firm's Commercials DEATH MAY BE COST TO A HELPFUL MAN KANSAS CITY, Kan., March 29 --(AP) Lyman Eastwood, 77, may pay with his life for trying to be helpful. Fred Carlson, 16, was draining gasoline from a power mower yesterday in the basement of his home two doors away. He was too close to a water heater and the bucket of gasoline caught fire. Eastwood saw the flames and hurried over. He tried to push the blazing bucket out the door with a snow shovel but the bucket turned over and he was engulfed in flames. His condition was reported critical. . CHOIR TO PRESENT CANTATA ON SUNDAY The 40-voice Young Adult choir of Mount Aerie Baptist church, 73 Wallace street, will present a "Living Light" cantata Sunday at 6 p.m. in the church. Soloists will be Mrs. STAMFORD, March 29 -- (AP) The way to William Black's heart is through a song. The coffee company executive and philanthropist was married yesterday to Page Morton, who sings his company's commercials on radio and television. Black is chairman of the board of Chock Full o' Nuts, a coffee company and restaurant chain. His previous wife was Jean Martin, who also sang the company's commercials. The civil ceremony, which was announced today, was performed by Circuit Court Judge Archibald H. Tunick in his chambers. The witness was David Rosen, a Stamford lawyer. It was the first marriage for the Chicago - born Miss Morton. Black's marriage to Miss Martin ended in divorce a month ago. They have a daughter, aged 6. After the ceremony. Black and his bride left for a honeymoon in Paris. Two years ago Black donated $5 million to Columbia university for a medical research building. It was the university's largest Edith Coles, Mrs. Edith McCoy, Mrs. Gloria Reeves, David Williams and Dr. Eugene H. Corley. Mrs. Serena Reeves is director and Douglas Kenney is pianist. ROCKET SOARS FOR ION STUDY WASHINGTON, M a r c h 29-(AP) A four-stage Scout rocke blazed away from Wallops Island Va., today carrying a 90-pount payload designed to probe 4,000 miles into space and transmit in formation about the ionosphere. The National Aeronautics am Space Administration announces the Scout was launched at 2:2" a.m. from the Wallops station Officials confirmed all three upper stages of the booster fired. This is the second such ionos phere measurement probe. Its purpose is to gather information that may lead to improve com munication on earth and between space vehicles. Today's shot is intended to measure the electron density pro file, ion density and type of ions in the ionosphere, the region where some radio signals are re fleeted back to earth. . NASA officials said that since there will be telemetry through out the 85-minute flight, no effor will be made to recover the pay load. alumnus. The couple will live in Black's home in New Rochelle, N. Y His first marriage was to Mrs. Nancy Black, who lives on South Compo road, Westport. CYPRUS DISCUSSED ATHENS, March M - (UPI bequest of all time from a living Turkey's ambassador to Greece Adnan Kural, met with Foreig Minister Evangelos Averoff yes terday for a "friendly exchang of views" about Cyprus follow ing recent bombings of Turkisi mosques there. END OF THE LOAD SPECIALS BEING CLOSED OUT THUR.-FRI.-SAT. Full or twin siie innerspring mat- tress or box spring Regular $59.50 mattress or box spring. Pre-built borders. Now . . . Both For Only Superb .qualify. Lace tufted or quilted, extra firm mattress with matching box spring. Now . . . BOTH FOR $QQOO 58' Some are slightly soiled, some ore mis-matched, some are one-of-a-kind -- but all are first quality, factory-guaranteed An unusual chance to save plenty on superb bedding. HURRY IN NOW! Open Mon. Thru Fri, Til 9-Sat,'Til 6 Location Formerly RITZ BALLROOM FREE PARING For Over 100 Cars The World Today By JAMES MARLOW AuodnUd 1'rcil Km Aailjil WASHINGTON, March 29-AP) The Supreme court has an ·lympian air about it: nine jus- ices, dressed in black, sitting in row behind a high bench in larble palace, dispensing wis- om. What makes them human is what made Zeus look human: it's he scrapes they get into. They lot only get attacked from the iutside but from the inside by me another. The court has just emerged rom a decade of major decisions and tremendous criticism. And now, because of a ruling this tveek, new criticism is beginning. This was last Monday's decision hat federal courts have a right o step in if states refuse to give heir citizens fair representation n state legislatures. This will affect politicians and, to no one's surprise, politicians are already screaming. The criticism may chill the court a while, as criticism in the past seems to have done, but this won't deter the court Irom getting Into new controversy later. President Jackson got Into a dispute with the court in 1833 when It told Georgia not to try to take over Cherokee Indian land. Georgia defied the court. Jackson, sympathetic to Georgia, told the court to try to carry out its decree itself. And the court brought the house down on its head in 1857 when it said, in the Dred Scott case, Con- ;ress couldn't outlaw slavery in .he territories. But the biggest headon clash came in the 1930s when the high- y conservative court, which 'resident Franklin D. Rooseveli said was living in the horse and buggy days, ruled against one liece of New Deal legislation af- er another. Roosevelt focused so much national attention on the justices, particularly when he tried to add new ones to the court, that the nine men may have been rendered self-conscious. At any rate, thereafter they began approving Roosevelt's legislation. The South is still denouncing the court for its 1954 decision outlawing segregation in public schools. But all these events Involved criticism of the court from the outside. Disputes among the justices themselves on their decisions --and biting criticism of one another because of them--has been going on a long time. None of them was more scathing than Justice Felix Frankfurter who disagreed with the majority this week on the legislative representation case. He didn't think the court should get this deeply into political problems. But Frankfurter has a long record of sounding off when he disagrees with his fellow justices, even though, like a phonograph record someone forgot to turn off, he repeats himself even to using the same words. Last week, for Instance, he accused the majority with which he disagreed of "asserting a destructively novel judicial power." Back on Feb. 7, 1944, in another disagreement, he accused the justices with whom he disagreed of "resorting gratuitously" to a "wholly novel doctrine of constitutional law." Frankfurter was used here as an example of in-court fighting not because he's the only one who does -it but only because he consistently seems to be the shrillest. Yet he has been through some of the most tar-reaching moments in the history oS tha court. It was in the 1950s that criticism really piled up on the justices, not only for their desegregation order on public schools, but for their decisions on communist activities. WOMAN IS ARRESTED IN HIT RUN C R A S H Maude McKamey, 43, of 59 Grand street, Milford, was ap- preheded last n i g h t at 8:10 o'clock on the Connecticut, turn- like, a short time after her auto s alleged to have been involved in a hit-and-run accident on Milllin a house on Mill Plain road distance from Mill Plain road, he Plain road near the turnpike iniand when he heard the crash ran s» w ' na() * broken headlight Fairlield. Police said her auto struck a parked car owned by the Carol Molors company, operated by George Papageorge, 84 Sherman street, Fairfield. Mr. Papageorge was visiting (out ind obtained the marker number of the fleeing car. In the meantime State Trooper land a flat tire. Mrs. McKamey was arrested by Patrolman Steve Voros and John Wargo followed the Mc I charged with evading responsibility. She was released on a J100 ., i ., , HY. one was Iclca-atu vn «* *ivw Kamey car on the turnpike where b £ nd ,,, , ace circuit court April near the service station, a shoring. BURGLAR SURPRISED, RUNS OUT OF SHOES LOUISVILLE, Ky., March 29-(AP) Sherman Meenach has an anti-burglar system that scares would-be thieves right out of their shoes. After several breakins at his tavern. Meenach installed a microphone in the cafe with the speaker in his apartment upstairs. He says he has foiled several burglaries because he could hear the thieves. The latest burglar, who took off when Meenach appeared on the scene with pistol in hand, left · r - : -e I I shoe in front of the tavern door and the other one in an alley outside. ;STATE IDLE CLAIMS DIP; HARTFORD. March 29-(AP) | I A decline of 1,206 in state unem- j jployment compensation claims ) was reported yesterday by the i state labor department. Labor Commissioner Renato E. Ricciuti| said the drop brought total claims to a total of 44,357 at the end of last week. The total i n j the same period last year w a s j 68,092. The Bridgeport area led} in claims with 7.218, followed by] j Hartford with 5,869 and Newi Haven with 4,785. BOB FAULKNER DAYS GRANTS SALUTES BOB FAULKNER ON HIS PROMOTION TO NEW ENGLAND REGION BRADFORD APPLIANCE SUPERVISOR BOB'S BEST BRADFORD BUYS BRADFORD 5-Cycle Automatic WASHER WITH DEEP OVERFLOW RINSE L COMPARE AT $319.95* J GRANT'S LOW PRICE $ 211 | NO MONEY DOWN -- $2.75 WEEKLY V BUILT-IN LINT FILTER / 10 POUND CAPACITY / FREE NORMAL INSTALLATION 5 YEARS FREE SERVICE PARTS and LABOR ON TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY SEE GRANTS COMPLETE LINE OF BRADFORD TOP QUALITY HOME APPLIANCES BRADFORD 13.41 Cu. Ft. HOME FREEZER With 5 Years Free Service* L COMPARE AT $242* J GRANT'S LOW PRICE [NO MONEY DOWN -- $2.50 WKLY.| / 4 FAST FREEZE SHELVES V BUILT-IN DOOR LOCK *5 YEARS FREE SERVICE Parts and Labor on Sealed Unit SEE GRANTS COMPLETE LINE OF BRADFORD HOME FREEZERS BRADFORD 12.53 Cu. Ft. Auto. 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