The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut on June 25, 1958 · Page 24
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Wednesday, June 25, 1958
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TWENTY-FOUR THE BRIDGEPORT POST, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2S, 1958. 74 New Streets to Be Served By Samp Mortar P. 0. Branch PAmPIELD Beginning Saturday, residents on 74 streets in the eastern end of town, formerly receiving mail from the Bridgeport post office, will be served from the Samp Mortar station on Black Rock turnpike. Postmaster Charles W. .Lindsay of the Fairfield post office, sate residents, located on four routes will receive mail on the same schedule as now in effect. Residents had been advisee previously to have their mailing addresses changed from Bridgeport to Fairfield to facilitate the delivery of ma/I. Streets affected are as follows: Adelaide, Alton place, Alvin, Arising, Bancroft, ' Beaver, Beaton, Berkeley road, Berwick, Bibbins, Black Rock turnpike, Blue Ridge, Bradford, Brentwood, Bullard, C a m d e n, Cardinal, Carthage, Castle, Chambers, Chapman, Coburn, Coolidge, £ranc, Deerfield, Division, ores- den, Duka, Edison, Elizabeth. Also, Exchange place, Fairchild, Finn, Fiske, Grace, Greenfield, Halley, Hazel, Hibiscus, Jennings, Kenwood; Kings highway, Knapps highway, Laurel, Lenox, Longfc|low, Marlborough, Mason, May, Melville avenue from 130 to 600; Nathan Hale, Old Stratfield, Pierce, Poe court, Pope, Prince, Rainbow. Also, Ridgeley, Royal, Rutland, Shcpard, Silver circle, Sound- view, Stanley, State street extension, Sterling, Stowe, Suzanne circle, Thompson, Tunxis Hill road, Vesper, Villa avenue, Warren, Warsaw, Waschuk circle and Webster street. Officers Elected By Ludlowe Mothers Mrs. Howard A. VanWyn- garden will head the Roger Ludlowe high school Mothers' club as president for the new school year, it was announced yesterday. Other officers are Mrs. LeRoy Mrs. ing secretary; Mrs. Victor Szturma, corresponding secretary and Mrs, Barton Chapman, treasurer. Chairmen are Mrs. Arthur Wagner, special events; Mrs. Saul Lichtenslein and Mrs. Marceau, ways and means; Mrs. Walter Armonath, hospitality, and sunshine ; Mrs. Marcel Peck, program; Mrs. Ewcll Newman, telephone; Mrs. John Bates, membership and Mrs. Lennart Anderson, publicity. Marjorie G. Banks is 'faculty advisor. Announcement also was made (hat preliminary plans are underway lor a joint style show witn the Andrew Warde high school Mothers' club Aug. 20. Marriage Intention* Applications for marriage licenses have been filed in Town hall by Jackie Sego, 23, of 187 Spruce street, Bridgeport, and Patricia M. Kczi, 22, of 49 Cummings avenue, and by Joseph M. Fcderko, 22, of 110 Rosevlllc Marccau, vice president; Willard Bcrggren, record- MARSH COVERING first to introduce NEW SANDRAN, STAINLESS VINYU Color Coordinated for floors, walls, and tountors-- pirfitt for ivtry room t* tht houM-kitchtns, baths, bedrooms, living roomi, playrooms, dtns, and porches. H1WI G*U4ft|Hl ·«! U..riM .. ,, And fl c«n1ftrftfffctoMitiVlfM:a*duiidi NEW) Nrr*f ··· · quick *«** «* · · NBWI II'. ,1.1*1. Ml CM., e« N B W I Ktcp. Hi n*td f*r «·«»'·"! w N I W I (·ngtit- · MARSH Floor Covering Co., Inc 244 Bridgeport Ave., Devon TR 4-2051 1630 n.rn.m AT*., Stritforj ED 7-7356 street and Rosemarle C. Fraco 20, of 937 Kings highway. Democratic Women Meet A meeting of the Federation o Democratic Women will take place tonight at 8 o'clock In the home of Mrs. Peter Politi, 29 North Pine Creek road, it wa: announced by Mrs. Joseph Lasky president Vincent. Busetti, Democrat^ registrar'of voters, will be the guest speaker. . Puper Drive The Eager Beavers 4-H club Is conducting a paper drive this week with proceeds to be usec in defraying some of...the expens es in entering a float-in the Barnum Festival parade. Arrange, ments for pickup.of papers can be made by calling Ellen Sudik, 151 Woodend road. JVa'rde Students List. 3 lans for Future Future plans have been listed y the final group of Andrew Warde high school graduates. Geraldine Waters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Waters, [09 Jeniford road, will seek employment. Arlene Westberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Westberg, 46 Windermere avenue will at- .end the New Haven' hospital's X- ·ay school. She was a member of :fie National Honor society and Yearbook staff and president of .he House council. Lynda Wieland, daughter of and Rosemary Mott and land on Yilson street by Louis Kovacs to !ra and Florence Frankel. Geza Fazekas has sold a dwelling on .Nutmeg lane to William and Lyn A. Klein and Alice Sher- vood has sold a house on Brook- awn .terrace to. Abe and Rose Schoenberg, it was reported in deeds filed in .the Town clerk's office. Dwelling on Brett road has leen sold by S. Wesley and Sliiabeth McKee to Harry and Cynthia Steinbreder and land on Velch terrace by George Yovan, fr.j to-John Homa and George ?ronogue; STRATFORD Future Teachers and sports edi tor of the Fox. Helena Belus,- daughter of Mr and Mrs. John.L. Belus, 290 Old Spring road, has not decided upon her plans. She was a mem her of the Future Teachers, Pep club, Girls' 'A.A. and Senior ban quet and dance committees. Noel Berjgren, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Gerggren, 60 Puritan road, will attend Columbia uni versity. He was editor-in-chief o the Fox. Jean Stickney, daughter of Mr and Mrs. 'Norman B. Stickney, 4. Robson. place, reports her plans arc indefinite. She was a.member of the varsity' basketball team jaycee hockey team, Future Teachers, Girls' A.A., and F club Wayne Wenstrom, 'son of Mr and Mrs. Carl Wenstrom, 152 Edge Hill road, is indefinite abou his plans. He was a member o: the Fox staff. Properties Sold William and Mildred Babcok have sold a dwelling on Lloyd biTry', Mass.; Mrs. Mayette' Mac- drive to Paul J. Pontillo, anc the McDarlen Construction company has sold a house on-Stevenson road to Charles,L. Dudley, t was reported in deeds filed in the Town clerk's office. Listed also was the sale of louse on Sycamore lane by Al- jert and. Ruby Caesar to Gilbert 329 Curtis avenue, graduate of the Iitue Building Permits Permits have been issued to William Pock! for a dormer at '9 Stevenson road; D. J. Nielen, double dormer and finish hree rooms at 774 Reef road; 'hyllis and Joseph Martinelli, Brcezeway. at 223 Middlebrook rive; Fred and Rita Bantle, ad- ition to dwelling and one car garage at 455 Winnepoge drive tnd Michael and Grace Bennett, ddltfon to dwelling at 306 Non- poge drive. Activities Tonight Board of Selectmen meet at .o'clock in Town hall . . . Soft- lall league, Southport firemen . Beachside at Gould Manor and Marine Corps vs. Center iremen at Oldfield at «:30 o'clock .Babe Ruth league, Cilco vs. Towhies at Owen Fish park at 0:15. o'clock .Little eague, Fairfield . Department store vs. GOP at Gould Manor and Townies vs. Korner Market t Fairfield Woods at 6:15 o' clock. . . St. Anthony's bazaar on South Pine Creek road par- sh grounds . , . .Jewish Community group's bazaar on Fair- ield Woods road. News About Town And Townsfolk The Roger Ludlowe High school building committee, meeting tonight in Fairfield Woods school, s expected to award (he con- Iract for the construction of the six room addition to the high school as well as to alterations and repairs. ( The date for the Chamber of Commerce outing at the Paterson club is scheduled to be set the the Teacher Resignations Listed In jr. High, Elementary Schools Seven junior high and elcmen tary- school teachers have resigned effectively this month, Supt of Schools Edwin A. Cox has informed the Board of Education: Vollin Wells, business' mathe matic instructor in Johnson jun ior high resigned to accept a position. in Newton,. Mass., ac cording to Mr. Cox. Others re signing include, Mrs. Marjorie Golgcr,. elementary, on leave .of absence for past year; Mrs. Theresa Paston, grade one, Seconc Hill lane school, to accept posi- tion'elsewhere; Herbert Hill Jr., general education'Johnson junior high, accepted "position in Sud- Kenzie, grade .six Stonybrook; Mrs. Diedree Morong, grade two, Sarden school and Miss Helen Duffy, grade one, Honeyspot. No reasons were given for the resignations of the latter three teachers. Appointment of Andrew Juris, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wieland, 396 Church Hill road, will at- end the Connecticut College,for Vomcn. She was co-editor of the Yearbook and member of the ; uture Nurses and Glee club. Ruth Ann Wilterdink, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Wilier- dink, Center road, Easton, will eek employment. She was- a member of the Junior Red Cross and the Girls' Glee club. Headed for Vassar. college is Adaha Beth Witsil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Earle Witsil, 18 Buena Vista road. She was a member of the Modern Music Masters, School Council and manager of the Junior Achievement. Susie Zatka, daughter of Mr. md Mrs. Paul Zatka, 38 Chap- nan avenue, will seek employment. She was a member of the Warde Weekly staff. Howard Zinncr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zinncr, 239 Jackman avenue, will attend Temple university. He was a member of ho Mason House Dramatic club, 'arsity track team and Exchange commission. 'lans Are Disclosed iy Ludlowe Seniors The .final group of Roger Lud owe High school graduates have ·eported their future plans. David Warner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Warner, 287 South Benson road, will attend Prince- on university. He was a member of the F club, Bridge club! unlor Red Cross, National Honor society, National Athletic Scholarship society, co-captain of the varsity basketball team ' anc member of the soccer and tennis earns. · . Beverly J. Warren, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop D. Warren, 69 South street, will attend Cedar Crest college. She-was a member of the Future Teachers Junior Red Cross, F club, Girls A.A. and varsity hockey team. Mary Ann Weinrlch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard E Welnrich, 377 Rock Ridge road will attend UConn. She was a member of the varsity hockey team, National Honor society, 1 club, president of the Junior Red ^ross, Student Council represcnta live and yearbook chairman. Adcle Wcsterling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Westerling, 198 Oxford road, will attend Willimantic State Teachers college. She was a member of the Future Teachers. Hattic Williams, daughter ol the Rev. and Mrs. B. W. Williams of 50 Allen street, Bridgeport, will attend a Secretarial school. She was a member of the Girls' 'V chairman, who has not missed A.A., F club, varsity basketball team and decoration committee for the Girls' A. A. banquet. Service in the Navy is'planned by Robert Winkel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Winkel, 31 Fortuna drive. Robert Wisnowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wisnowski, 78 Bronspn road, will enter military service. He was a member of the Hunting and Fishing club. Rosalie Zacchco, daughter of Mrs. C. J. Zaccheo, 288 Ruanc street, will seek employment. She was a member of the Business club. Toby Zadoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zadoff, 41 Hulls highway, will attend Simmons college. She was co-editor of the Fairfieldiana, chairman of the Senior banquet committee and member of the Pep club, National Honor society, and Quill and Scroll. Pearl Zupsansky, daughter of Mrs. Frank Zupansky, -MRoanoke avenue, will work at the Mus- salem Products company. Indefinite arc the plans of University of Arizona, as art instructor in Wooster Junior high and Dorothea Boucher, Cranston, *. L, graduate of University of Khode' Island, home economics, ligh school, both effective Sept. 1 was announced by Mr. Cox. Tonight In Town Democratic (own committee, Odd Fellows hall, 8 . . ..North Stratford PAL Little League offi- :ials, PAL clubrooms, .Municipal building, 8 - . . . American Legion drum .and bugle corps, Parade, Long Hill, 7:30 . . . North Strat- ord Little league games, Sikorsky field; 6:15 ... Driver Educa- ion class, Sterling House,:.6:15 . . 'Azalia chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Masonic temple, 8. Evening Star Guard club, home of Mrs. Inez Conrod, 30 Clinton street, Central commit- ee, First Methodist church, 7:30 . . PAL Babe Ruth League, '.ongbrook park, Wooster field, 5:30 Hour of Power, Strat- brd Baptist church, 7:30 ·Jovena service, Holy Name of Jesus church, 7 . , Games par- y, VFW hall, 8. GOP Women Skip Meeting Mrs. Katherine Morris, presi- dent of the Stratford Republican Women's association has announced that the July 4 meeting of the .executive, board has been postponed until a'later date because of the holiday. St. James Group Ready For Picnic on Sunday ' Arrangements have been completed-for the annual, parish picnic Sunday in Boothe Memorial park beginning at noon and continuing through 7 p.m. The affair, according to Thomas McNamara, will take place rain or shine. There will be games for young and 'old and refreshments throughout the day or those attending may pack their own lunch. Every family in the parish has been invited. New Custodians Named For School System Appointment of two,custodians and transfer of three others has been announced by Supt. of Schools Edwin A. Cox. The new custodians are, William N. Burritt, 1290 West Board street, assigned to Chapel street school and Anthony Myrer, 33 St. Michaels avenue, assigned as cus- :odian helper at the high school. Transferred are. Joseph Andrews Tom Chapel street school to driver of the department Volkswagen; Edward Brown from Lordship to Franklin school and Lester Jenkins from high school to Lordship. Will'Instill Officers The Exchange club will install its officers for the new year at a meeting tonight at" 7 o'clock in the Housatonic lodge. Arrangements Completed For Lt. Tobthill Dinner. Arrangements. are being completed this week for the testimonial dinner and dance planned for Police Lieut. Charles Toothill on July 12 in the Milord K of C hall at 8 p. m. Capt. laymond Chaffee and Patrolman Alfred Dunn, co-chairmen of the affair- say that tickets may be obtained from members-of the department or at police"headquarters. . . . . ; . , . . Meeting is Shifted Because of the July 4 holiday the regular meeting'of the' Lordship Volunteer fire company has been shifted to July. 11.,at 8 p. m., in the Lordship, firehouse. School Board to Stay. With Present Budget The Boaro of Education has voted to inform the Town Council that it will not submit a revised budget as requested, but will do its utmost to live within the appropriation alloted by'the Council for the current fiscal year. Action authorizing the chairman, Alton M. Torgan, to inform the Council of its decision was taken' at a Board meeting Monday night after more than two hours of discussion of the budget problems facing the board during the period ending next March 31. . . ' · · The .Council at a recent .meeting voted to inform the school board that a revised budget keeping within the $3,027,588 should be submitted along with the state- rnent that the board would stay within this figure. The school board members voted against a revised budget but agreed-to endeavor to remain within the'ibud- get estimates. - It was learned from both school board members and members of the Town Council (hat public reaction on the statement of the board chairman that-certain services' would be deleted unless additional funds ' were forthcoming was not as strong as had been anticipated. Both sides declined to comment on the number of calls received cither for or against'the statement. Property Is Sold Warranty deeds filed with Town Clerk W. Howard. Wilcoxson indicate realty transactions as follows: Robert H. Gregory to Mary T. Meder, land and buildings, Colby, estates; Lordship Park association to Daniel and Marion McCoart, land, Second avenue; Roland and Eleanor Leach to Joseph and Noran Czukowski, land and buildings, White street; and Marjorie Davis to Town of Stratford, land, Grin- ada* avenue. · · .. PTA to Use Libraries In Schools in Summer The . PTA Council has been granted permission by. the Board of Education'to use the school libraries . in the Eli Whitney, Lordship'and"Second Hill lane schools e'ach'Wednesday-:.morn- ing from July 9 to' August 13. Mrs. Marie Valentine','PTA Council Library chairman said this will enable the-PTA to fulfill its summer library program for the residents of . those .particular areas.' . . . . . . · - Permits Are Issued Building Inspector Edward C. Goudreau reports permits Issued by his .office to: Arthur Erlck- son, Sunflower avenue, porch $200; Tucci Realty company, Nichols avenue, one-family dwelling, JJ.Mfl; Estate of TAD Weaver, Whippoorwill lane, garage, $1,200; Patsy.Santone. Yarwood street, one-family dwelling, 510,000; and Herbert Botcomley, Temple street, garage $800. State Gives Approval For Underpass Lights Town Manager Hafry B. Flood has been, notified by the State Highway department of its approval of underbridge lighting as suggested by-the town at the various underpasses on the Turnpike within- the town limits. The: lighting will be installed at Mead street,' Stagg street, Moffitt street, South avenue and Barnum avenue. First district Councilman Henry E. Fagan, had requested Mr^ Flood'to confer with the state, pointing'out'that dangerous conditions would result unless. lighting was provided. Dbublelwader Sunday The North Stratford Little League has issued an invitation to the public to attend a doubleheader Little, League contest Sunday beginning at 1:38 p.m., on Sikorsky, field. The league is in its second season of play ih' the northern section of the town': Contracts Are Awarded By School Department Contracts for fuel oil, pupils insurance and cafeteria supplies of milk, bread and;lce;.creato^pf ducts have been awarded by tho Board of Education,',Joieph Sworln, business manager: of .the school dep»rtraent"''h'as ' announced. The contract.fw; 'Bunker C fuel-oil was awarded to Buckley Bros., and theicontr»ct:for .Number Two.and Fiv;e oii;to Hoffman Bros. The Baniby Bread company received the' contract. for bread products; Lawrence. Spamer for- rijilk products .and Cutrufello company the contract for. ice cream-products. The contract Thursday, for pupil Insurance was awarded to' Paul E. Klebe, · representing the Peerless Insurance, company of Keene, 'New'Hampshire. )'.. · . What's New About Town Arid Townspeople David T.'Clark, planning and zoning ' engineer had to spend most of yesterday accepting congratulations of townspeople on his appointment as town manager of South Burlington, Vt.'In his letter of resignation to Leslie Oakman,' .'planning commission chairman, Mr.' Clark said that his reason for resigning was economic and not because of any other dissatisfaction with the job. : .Art work by the students of Johnson junior high school, is being-ex- hibited.on the walls of the superintendent of schools in the.high school. . . The Lordship Volunteer fire company will mark -40 years of" continuous service, to the town in October. .'. Thomas Shirra, 315 Wilbar drive is a patient in Perry'113, Bridgeport hospital. ... The Board of Education members will recess their curriculum studies, for the summer season resuming in September with the science program kindergarten through grade 12 as the first topic. . . High school science . Instructor Richard F. Blake and his family leave today for a camping trip to the northwest. . 'Schools may be in recess for the summer .months but not the clerical and supervisory help in the high school and superintendent's-office. They are on the job the usual five day week. . . The Municipal building offices. closed yesterday at 4 p.m., so'that all employes could attend the Town Employes safety meeting m Wooster junior high school. . . Council members say that sched- ullng a special meeting immed- iately after the ordinance hearings to take action on the various : proposals really cuts down on the agenda for the regular meeting!.'. . James Fenders, recreation supervisor says that advance registrations 'would Indicate; a'record year for swimming classes at Short Beach. The classes will begin July 7. . . It will "happy .birthday" for Beatrice Smolen on June 28.:. . Mr. and Mrs. Alton M. Torgan will celebrate* anniversary on ADELE^ LEVIN,ELECTED BYSTATE;AUXILiARY Mrs. Adele Levin, V 27 Vale street, Stratford, .has been elected president of the Department of .Connecticut'Jewish-' ^far. Veterans Auxiliary. The selection of the Stratford woman was made at the annual convention of.the JWV'and its state auxiliary Sunday at Grand V|ew lodge in Moodus. ·'·. · · ' · ; .;*.-..Mrs. Levin,. active many years in Stratford civic' affairs, is a past president'of'the Bridgeport unit 88, JWV Auxiliary,- and .'in the state organization she has served as .vice president and chaplain.' She has been a member of the organization 23 years. - The.newly 'elected:-JW,V Auxiliary president is', also a member of the Stratford American Legion Auxiliary; of which she is past chaplain. She. has been an active member and officer of the Stratford PTA' 'Council many year's. BILLY DANIELS TO NET $300,000, AGENT SAYS HOLLYWOOD, -June 25-(AP) Singer Billy Daniels will earn $300,000 for 28 weeks' work In Las Vegas, Nev., says his press agent. Daniels will appear 24 weeks at the new Stardust hotel and four weak* at the Desert Inn, which are-operated by the lame organization, it was announced yesterday. The work will be .spaced .out over 12 months, starting July 2. Add a tablespoon of dry milk to each quarter-cup of' fluid milk you use in preparing mashed potatoes to up your .family's nutrients. MU-149B MAIN MUSK DREXEL BEDROOM GROUP Lovtly tf*nilHon*l iryling by world itmout Dr«tl. ' A full set consisting of double dreiter, mirror, large chtlt C*^%4f%^^9fi and bed . . . at a tremandota tavlng. J^m^m Reg. $550 ifc *Y M at a luncheon, meeting of board of directors today In Peterson club. Breakdowns are slowing the sand pumping operations at Sasco beach where Ihe rocky beach is gradually being covered with fine sand. The work, however, Is expected to be completed there by the end of the week. The largest weekday crowd of Ihe season was reported yesterday at Jennings beach as bathers took advantage of the sunshine and warm weather Park department has plans for a boat landing area at the eastern end of Jennings beach. Vacationing from the Building department office this week is Mrs. Alfred Jolson of Crestwood road . . . . Interested spectator at the RTM Monday night was Ralph Garofalo, Democratic par- a session since being named head of the party. James Archambault, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Archambault Sr., 48 Smith street. He was a member of the varsity cross country and track teams, the F club, .The AMA PANEL TO OFFER CLOSED TV PROGRAM SAN FRANCISCO, June 25. -(AP) A 90-minute closed circuit television p r o g r a m from t h e American Medical association convention will be broadcast tonight to audiences in Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Kalamazoo, New York, Philadelphia, Syracuse and San Francisco. Scientific exhibits and papers will be reviewed in a program of convention highlights for the first half hour, beginning at 6 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time. An hour-long discussion of current therapy of diabetes will follow, originating from the Univcr- sitv of California Medical Center. Panelists include Drs. William B. Bean, Iowa City; Henry Dol- gcr, New York; Peter H. Forsham, San Francisco; Rachmicl Levine, Chicago, and Alexander Marble and Hugh L. C. Wilkerson, both of Boston. The Upjohn Co. of Kalamzoo, Mich., is sponsoring the program in cooperation with the AMA as part of a series. 5 PIECE EXTENSION DINETTE Your choice of gleaming bronietone or modern C A black, with matching modern chain. Table extends m fo leaf exfra gueifi. Reg. $89 ~ SIMMONS HIDE-A-BED The moif comfortable tofa ileeper -- genuine itructlon plus 100 % .foam rubber cuthtoni that : for longer wear. Unfolds on counter-balanced · frame to deep two on a Simmons Inntriprlng mattren. 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