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TlittTsday, December 16, 1040 H<.G/-!:,.JJ i i ; i , O i , i . . r , L i P u . . i . Y r. ,;:T n.-vr,;', CT.

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Lucky Logan

Happy Birthday to Ruthle Mann on Dec. 14. She was honored at a supper party at the hom*o of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bcrgcr on Thursday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Russell celebrated, their Golden Wedding anniversary on Dec, 7.

Klrby Howd is.confined to his hom*o with whooping cough.

The Stony Creek Fife and Drum Corp and the Athletic Association ar* running a benefit dance on Fri­day evening for Jcsoph "Elcky" Blcclottl, polio victim. Ho Is a mem­ber of both groups, and all the boys sincerely feel thai, the more they can do for u "swell guy like Joe", the better.

Each and every one of us wish to express our deepest .sympathy to Mr. Frank Hopkins and family, oit

Peter Lacey Is recuperating from a bad fall he received recently. Two Btlchcs were required to close the wound In hl.s leg.

There will be a Cub Scout Pack meeting on Monday evening at the Scout Room In the School.

Kenny Guenther, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oustave Oucnther, who Is at­tending the Vermont Jr., College at Montpeller, Vt., sang a solo titled "Behold, The Lord Cometh", In the Messiah, whlijh was presented at the college and at two local churches there last week. He was also heard over station W. 8. K. I, Montpeller, on Thursday-morning. Kenny also had the leading role In a presentation at the college re­cently. Along with his other ac­complishments, he Ls the director of the Junior Choir at a local

the death of their beloved wife and church there. Keep up the good mother. work, Kenny—we are all mighty

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7C^<ntce4? NO SIR!! "I've parked my worries in a little

safety deposit box—where I keep my

Farm Bureau insurance policies.

"All my family's insurance —- life,

f i re , auto, accident and health,

and personal liability — I get at the

friendly, one stop Farm Bureau insur­

ance office. It saves a lot of time —

and dickering.

"And rates? You can't beat 'em —

and often you can't tie 'em.

"What's more, the policies are non­

assessable, and the claim SG#/ice is

quick and fair.

"For me, it's Farm Bureau insurance

right down the line.

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746 Chapel Street

61 Morse Place

New Haven, Conn.

Telephones:

Office 7-5997 R^siddnce 4-1570

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HADIANT MOTHER MAEYI By RUlh Evls

Radiant Mother Mary,—as you gazed upon your Son;

Weren't you glad,—that ybii were chose,—to bear Hie Holy One!

Precious Baby Jesus! God-sent, to save Man's Soul;

Immortalized His Mother's Life! (All, yesl She knew His Goal!)

Radiant Mother Mary's Pure'Mind and tender Heart;

Knew she must "give",—that Man might live, and so fuiniU'd her "part"!

Mary, for your Wsldom,—and Love —which we all share;

May we humbly thank you,—for,— the Sacred infant's Carol

Radiant Mother Mary! Compas­sionate,—sweet and dear,

The Prince of Peace is needed now! We pray He's very near!

To guide us, In our searching! To lead us In our "fight"!

To keep His banner Illylng high! To keep us "In the right"!

Radiant Mother Mary! Of tears and tears you knew;

We,—Mortals pry, to Him on High, —"Please show us what to do!"

Love,—Is the "key to living." (In Qod's Grace)—That, we know!

So! May the "Christmas Message", • —live on,—and never go!

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The Branford Review - East Haven News c-o THE BRANFORD PRINTING CO.

PHONE 8-2431 BRANFORD, CONN.

proud of you! The Women's Auxiliary of the

Stony Creek Fire Dept. will hold a special meeting at the fire house on Wed., Pec. 21.

"STunny What A Song Can Do" A song can make you happy — a.

song can make you blue, A song can bring back memories, of

someone nice you knew. Have you a very special song — for

a very special friend? You should, for It's fun to remln-

Lsce, when you hear "that song" again! -

During 1D48, Connecticut motor vehicle operators 50 years of age were Involved In 395 reportable traffic accidents—Just five less than the "irresponsible" slxteen-years old opedators.

DISTRICT OP NfiW HAVEN, SS. PROBATE COtJRT, December 2nd, 1949. Estate of ANNA ELIZABETH EN-

RIGHT late of New Haven In said District, deceased.

In-pursuance of an order of Hon. James A. Shanloy, Judge of the Court of Probate tor the District of New Haven, notice is hereby given that said Court hath limited and appointed six months from the date hereof for the credltoraot the said deceased to bring In their claims against said estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred.

All persons Indebted to said es­tate are requested to make Imme­diate payment to

Joseph Enrlght Administrator d.b.n.c.t.a.

Address 180 Chatham St. New Haven, conn,

c-o Raymond J. Doyle . Attorney at Law 185 Church Street New Haven, Conn. 12-22

Legal Notice

mUVIEDIATE DEIilVERX: Iron Ena­mel Dralnboard Sinks, and Lava­tories; Chrome B r a n ToUet Ac­cessories; Copper Ontter and Leaders; Roefinc and bumlatlon.

XHE CONN. FLVIVIBINa AMD LtnVIBEB COMFANZ

IIU State St. New HaTcn, Conu. Tel. 7-1294

F O R SALE—Maytag washer with square, heavy aluminum top. In perfect condition. $25, Telephone East Haven 4-2891. 22

WAieNING OP A SPECIAL TOWN MEETING

Notice Is herby given to all legal voters of the Town of Branford that a Special Town Meeting will be held at the High School Audi­torium, corner of South Main and Eades Streets, In said Branford on the 20th day of December, 1949 at 8 P.M. for the following purposes, viz:

FIRST To consider and act upon the

question of authorizing and em­powering the Board of Selectmen to accept deeds from the following persons for the highways listed af­ter their names:

a—Raymond H. Ballou and Edith Y. Ballou—Ballou Road, Marian Road and Yale Terrace

b—Delbert B. Bassett Estate^ Bassett Road

c—Brooklawn Realty Company— Brooklawn 'Terrace and Falrvlew Terrace

d—Malleable Iron Fittings Com­pany—Hickory Road and Reynolds Avenue (south of Maple Street) • e—Abraham P. McKlnnel—Mc-Klnnel Court.

f—Arnold J. Peterson and Alice T. Peterson—Mldwood Road

g—Ray U. Plants-Beaver Road, Bayberry Road and Lindsley Street

h—Josephine Pompano — Pom-pano Drive.

and. if such deeds are to be ac­cepted, to fix names for said streets.

SECOND To consider and act upon the

question of fixing a name for the highway running from Alps Road northerly and westerly to Pent Road.

THIRD To consider and act upon the

recommendation of the committee, appointed to study the recreation needs of the Town of Branford, the desirability and advisability of es tabllshlng a recreation department in and for the Town of Branford, that the time for reporting back to a town meeting be extended.

Dated at Branford this 15th day of December, 1949.

CLIFFORD J. COLLINS LOUIS C. ATWATER DOMINIC J. BONTA'HBUS

Board of Selectmen

DISTRICT OP BRANP'ORD, SS. PROBATE COURT, December 6th, 1949 Estate of CARMINE CAVALLARO

late of Branford, in said District, deceased.

The Court of Probate for the District of Branford, hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof, for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts properly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. Ail persons Indebted to said Estate are re quested to make immediate pay­ment to •"

Julia Cavallaro, Administratrix Address: 303 Main St.

Branford 12-22

DISTRICT OF BRANFORD, ss PROBATE COURT, November 22,

1049. •Estate of ELIZABETH B; MAR­

SHALL late of Branford, in said District, deceased.

The Court of Probate for the District of Branford, liath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof, for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts properly attested, •within said time, -will be debarred a recovery. All persons In debted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to

Archibald F. Marshall, Administrator

By Archibald G. Marshall, 12-15 His Attorney

DISTRICT OP BRANFORD, ss. PROBATE COURT, December 2nd, 1949 Estate of EDWARD POSTER

HAMMOND late of Branford, in said District, deceased.

The Court of Probate for the District of Branford, hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof, for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for, settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts properly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All persons indebted to said Estate are re quested to make Immediate pay­ment to

Mary E. Manchester, Administratrix

Address: 205 Church Street, New Haven 9, Conn. 12-22

DISTRICT OF BRANFORD, ss PROBATE COURT December 9th 1949, Estate of FLORENCE K..GRIN-

NELL late of Branford, in said Dis­trict, deceased.

Tlie Court of Probate for the District of Branford, hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof, the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those wlio neglect to present their accounts properly at­tested, within said timeiWill be de barred a recovery. All persons in­debted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to

Edward S. Grinnell Jr. Executor

Address 117 Main Street Short Beach, Conn. 12-29

DISTRICT OP BRANFORD, ss, PROBATE COURT, December 3rd, 1049. Estate of MARY E. SCHENCK late

of Branford, in said District deceased.

The Court of Probate for the District of Branford, hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof, for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their' claims for settlement Tliose 'who neglect to present their accounts properly attested, •within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All person In-debeted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to

Louis B. Zacher William M. Schenck

Executors Address: 25 Kent Street

Hartford, Conn. 12-20

BULLARDS Open Thursday Till 9 P.M.

CLOSED MONDAY Open Other Days 9:30 +o 5:45

ELM STREET AT ORANGE

F O R SALE—'DACHSHUND, fe­male, red, house broken, regis­

tered, 6 months, wonderful person­ality, will liold until Christmas. Loebrldge Farm, Bethany.

F O R SALE—G'rls 20 inch Bicy­cle, Columbia, Balloon Tires. Good condition. Call 8-0597.

F O R SALE—Maple Bedroom Set. Twin beds, Bureau, Dresser, Mir­ror. Telephone 8-3840

REMODELING and ALTERING of Women's and Men's clothing. We specialize in Relining, Re­pairing,' Refitting and Remodel­ing the clothes in your wardrobe you no longer can wear. Towhe Clothes, 291 Main Street, East Haven. .

HOUSES FOR SALE

NOW IS THE TIME TO BVY TAKE ADVANTAGE

OF THESE BARGAINS .

BRANFORD FOREST RD., GRANITE BAY—At­

tractive 7-room house on 2 acres. Newly painted and decorated, all

' improvements. Privacy with beach privileges. Going for ? ? 7 Make oiler. -

WINDMILL HILL RD., Boston Post Road—Four large rooms, expan­sion attic, full basem*nt, all im­provements, one acre, near bus, brand new. Make offer.

BEN R. LYDICK, BROKER 902 Chapel St., New Haven

Phones 8-8241 or 5-9744

HAYco*ck POINT—BRANFORD

Shore FVont summer residence with private beach. Adaptable for year round use. Large porches. 12 rooms. (5-5-2) Fh-eplaoes, 2 full baths, 2 extra lavs. 3 sleeping porches. Full basem*nt. Triple garage, etc. Magnificent view of Thimble Islands. Ask for Allan Loeb.

S. LOEB & SON Est, 1908

"Super-market for Homes" (11 Brokers)

Tel. 7-4275 108 Elm St.

LEGAL NOTICES DISTRICT OP BRANFORD ss.

PROBATE COURT, December 12, 1049 Estate of EDGAR C. STOCK-

WELL, late of Shaftsbury, Vermont, owing property in Branford in said district, deceased.

The Executor having exhibited his administration account with said estate to this Court for al­lowance, it Is

ORDERED—That the 29th day of December A.D. 1949 at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at th> Probate Office in Branford, be and the same is as­signed for a hearing on the allow­ance of said administration account with said estate, and this Court directs Flora K-. Goldsmith to cite all persons, interested therein to appear at said time and place, by publishing this order in some news­paper published in New Haven County and having a chrculation In said district, and by posting a copy on the public sign-post in the Town of Branford Where the deseased last dwelt.

Bi' the Court: Flora H. Goldsmith

12-29 Clerk

DISTRICT OP • BRANFORD, ss. PRpBATE COURT, November ^olh, 1949. Estate of CARL GEORGE NORD-

MAN a.k.a. CARL NORDMAN a.k.a GEORGE NORDAN late of Bran­ford, in said District, deceased.

The Court of Probate for the Dis­trict of Branford, hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof, for the creditors of said es­tate to exhibit their claims for set­tlement. Those who neglect to pre­sent their accounts properly at­tested, within said time, will be riPh?•„•'i"^^„* lfS°^^Fi A" P«"ons in­debted to said Estate are requested to make Immediate payment to

Aiina Nordman, Administratrix. u 1, ^* ^J^^ Av*- Branford, Conn by her attorney:

Charles MacClure, 205 Church Street, New Haven, Conn, 12-15

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VOL. VI—NO, 15 East Haven, Connecticut, Thiu-sday, December 22, 1040 TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR

Music Friends Enjoyed Yule Carols On Sat.

The following program was pre­sented at the regular monthly meeting of the Junior Friends of Music last Saturday afternoon at the Hagaman Memorial Library.

Carol singing, Accompaned by Nancy Harrington.

Barchetta, Piano solo, (Nevlns), Sheila Kornglebel.

Venetian Boat Song Song, Arnold, Vlblin solo, Jeanne Colwell, ac­companied by Catherine Colwell.

Minuet, Padorewski, Piano solo, Theresa Chlarmoute.

Color game, Conducted by Bar­bara Behler.

Good King Wenceslas, Piano solo, Frank Hopson.

Jingle Bells, Piano solo, Judy Blatchley.

O Little Town of Bethlehem, Joy to the World, Janne Colwell Catherine Colwell, Martha Brown Accompanied by Miss Bernlce Norton.

We Three Kings of Orient Are, While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by Night Douglas Santord, Stephen Santord, James Jenkins.

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, Violin solo, Jeanne Colwell, Accom­panied by Catherine Colwell

Group singing. The First Noel, Accompanied by Sheila Kornglebel.

Melody game. '' Club Song. America, the Beautiful Silent Night, Trumpet solo,

Robert Long, Accompanied by Mr. Long.

Miscellaneous piano selections, Five Pickaninnies, Virginia Long, Cuckoo Song, Adele Malo, EstrelUta, Grace D'Addio.

The Committee who arranged this program consisted of Theresa Chlarmoute, Chairman, Catherine Colwell and Francis Zampiello. ,

Accompanists were, Sheila Korn­glebel, Nancy Marrlngton and Catherine Colwell.

Refreshments were served imder the sponsorship of the Senior Friends of Music."

The next meeting of the Junior Friends of MU8\c will take place on Saturday afternoon, January 21 at 12:45 a t the Library.

Students Enjoy Christmas Play At High School

The play "Don't Open Till Christ­mas" by Rllla Carlisle was present­ed December 21 in the East Haven High School auditorium. The case

•Includes Madelene RlcciteiU, Robert Heeler, Edward McFarland, Mary-ann Dalkln, " Marjorie Ahlberg, George Byrne and Suzanne Boyce. Stage and Lights were taken care of by George McManus and Richard Merrill. It was directed by Mary Anne Soallse; assistant director was Audrey Sause.

A typical Christmas story suitable for a high school audience was en­joyed by the entire student body. Many holiday problems arise and are confronted by tlie "Bells" of "Don't Open Till Christmas" but the once selfish family ends the story happily especially for Mr. Bell. This play was under the super­vision of Miss Eileen O'Neill who is in charge of East Haven Drama Workshop.

PHONE. 8-0810

It any person knows of any little boy or girl in nccil of a fflfl for Christmas, llicy arc nsk-ctl lo contact Totiuny's Fiu-nitnre House, opposite' Hic Green, be­fore the lioUilay, D, Thomas Onofrlo, proprietor, nruiouncc<l today.

'Tlic merchant saltl llial lie lm«l a special wire to Santa's Head­quarters anxl tlval lie will sec lo 11 thnl Santn calls on the cliilil.

Ills action Is another reason why East Haven Ls the finest town In Uio world and why CliristJiias Orcctliips have a deeper meaning licra.

DECEMBER COLLECTIONS ARE HIGH, RAFTER SAYS, BUT MANY STILL OWE

December collections will probab­ly exceed those for the past five years, Wilfrid J. Rafter. Tax Collec­tor, announced this -week. "Decem­ber, is normally slow for collections, but delinquent tax-payers have been advised by. notices and per­sonal contact that additional in­terest and' penalties would be in­creased if their, taxes were not paid. The results' are 'i ery 'gratltyihe,' the tax collector said. • , .' ^

Mr. Ratter urges those who have not yet paid their 1948 automobile taxes to do so immediately in order to avoid delay in removing tiielr names from the delinquent list at the motor vehicle office.

January. 15, 1950 Is the deadline before Hens are . placed on real property where the 1948 tax has not been paid. If a lien is recorded a penalty of $3.75 must be charged before it can be removed.

Community Sing On Friday Will Draw Hundreds

Over three hundred are expect­ed to lake iiart in the Community Christmas Carol Sing In front ol the Town Hall In East Haven, Fri­day night at 9.

An attractive program, has been arranged by tlie Schools' Music Supervisor, Mrs. WllhelmlnaStrand-berg. •.;

The combined I girls and boy's Glee Clubs of the freshman and sophom*ore chorus, totaling 78 voices, will lead the group singing.

An enlcrtalnrng interlude will be offered twice during the program when Louise Cristella, an East Ha­ven girl, currently studying voice at the Hartt School of Music In Hartford, singS; two solo numbers.

The opening number, "Silent Night" will probably be the most effective group presentation because efforts were being made yesterday to have the new outdoor chime system of the Old Stone Church, across Main Street from the Town Hall, play t h e ; old time Xmas melody via Its . hew amplification system.

There will be a Candlelight The Carol Sing is under the Communion Watch in the Old sponsorship of ; the East Haven Stone Church Saturday, December Chamber of Commerce and the 31st, to usher in the New Year. Harry R. Bartlett Post, American Those who attended last year Legion, Mrs:, Mario yiengo will be agreedl t . was .>a ,most enjoyable I thoaccompjirilst.

Communion Watih Service To. Usher

New Year Locally

A CHRISTMAS MESSAGE With tlie npproftoli of C'liristmns llie lienrt ol' niiiii is

slraiiKcly atirroil. All that is best in human nature asserts itself. Euniitii's are forgolli'ii, olTciises forgivoii ami old fricntlships revived', Blinviluhle impulses iw obeyed, and there is an cftBiuMicss to assist those in need. Theve is ,ioy in givinp and in holpiuK ollicrs to he Imppy, and a desire to he at peace with nil.

Beyond the spell with whioli it holds iiiun and wouu-n, Clirislnias is in a .spooiftl souRO the Childvciis Hny. How many of us would welaome nitnin'lho thrill of innocent childhood with its impHoil fnitli, anlioipiitinn n visit fnim thai little mytliicul mini of iiiyslery iii rod and white.

For Christians uU lliis is but a haaUgvonnd for the greater IliiiiKS we arc bidden to eall to reiuemhrmioc~tlio Stable at Bethlehem witli the mungor in wliioli Mary eradled the new-born Baboi "The Lord made Flesh"—llie ShepluM'ds receiving the An|?elio Proohiuiatiou: "(To ynn is horn this day . . . . . a Siiviour wlueli is Olirist the Lord."

Unless Christ dwells within onv lienrts tlie.re nan he no New-hirth, the eHSontiHl of all real eliurehmanship.

"O come to my heart, Lord .lesusl Tliero is rooin'in my heart for IMiee,"

As we conlenipl(ilo the Chrislmus story, and in tlie Babe behold llio Son ol' God innnnnUn in the llesh, let us surrender our lives Boinpletely lo Him. Tlion as we draw near to the Manger Throne Wc shall enihraei! Qod's suale of valuen, in preference lo our own, and he ready to serve n i m of Wlioin the prophet wrote:

"Unto UH a Child is horn . . . . His Name slmll he. ealled Wonderful . . . . "

JOAN WELLS' WINNING TRANSCRIPTION IS IN

CAPITOL FOR STUDY

Six Students Given Honors At Exercises

Six East Haven Hlgli School students were Inducted Into the Athena Chapter of the National Honor Society In special assembly exercises held on Tuesday.

Alan Anderson, Rachel Brooks, Patricia MacDougall, Miriam MUlor, Jill Montgomery and Dtetta Sharkey were the students received by Ihe local chapter which has been In existance here since 1939. Miss Zlta MatUiows la the faculty advisor.

Students who received honorable mention wore: Marjorie Ahlberg, Roberta Bowden, .Julie Crlsouloft, Lucille Howard, Dolores Massarl, Beverly Morgan and Arthur Monroe.

After the Bible reading by Robert Howell, Frank Dering, Barbara Prosch, Betty crampton and Joan Wells, offered explanations of the basic qualities for admittance. Re­spectively they chose as their subjects, Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service.' •

School Superintendent- William amis comterred the certlflcdtes. to the new members;:

Later Cark Garvin, high school, principal, addressed the student bodv on the excellence of the Honor Society program and its splendid qualities.

Tlie assembly concluded with the pledge, whloh are extended to the new members by the local vice president, Robert Howell.

Late Gifts Push Christmas Sales

In East Haven

LEGION MEMBERS PLANNING PARTY

THIS NEW YEAR The American Legion and

Auxiliary Post 89 are sponsoring a New •years Eve party and dance in tiielr club rooms on Thompson Avenue. Reservations may be made by calling chairman Hiram Meyers 38 Second Avenue. Phone 4-1383 and President Mrs. Joseph O'Connor 64 Cosey Beach Road 4-1144. A limited number can be accomodat­ed and reservations should be made

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Riverside Firemen Name Fred Reading,

Ready Holiday Fun The annual meeting of the River­

side Fire Company was held recently and the following officers were elected for the coming, year: captain, Fred Reading; first lieuten­ant Florian Auerhamer; second lieutenant, Rudy Illig; foreman, Al­bert Poulton; assistant foreman. Burton Hager; secretary, Stanley Johnson; treasurer, George Noble. Also appointed on the Board of Trustees for four years. William Shaw; three years, Florian Auer­hamer.

The Riverside Fire Company and the Ladles' Auxiliary will sponsor a New Year's Eve party. 'Kckets may be had by calling Mrs.. Illig, 4-2721 or Stanley Johnson, 4-4738. . The Riverside Ladies' Auxiliary held its annual Christmas Tuesday, . . -—

FOXON CHILDREN ENJOY PROGRAM OF ST. NICHOLAS

A Christmas party tor children of pre-school and grammar school age, sponsored for" the first time Monday afternoon by the Foxon Park Civic Association and business men of the community, was held In the hail of Our Lady of Pompeii Church. In addition to a. visit by Santa Claus who distributed gifts to all of the young guests, there was a puppet show, movies, carol singing and refreshments.

A community carol sing ,will be held Friday night around the giant spruce tree on the property of Mrs. May Bally at the corner of Old Foxon Road and Rose Street. The tree which is about 60 feet tali, has been strung with lights and topped by a two-toot star.

HARRY POULTON FUNERAL RITES

HELD TUESDAY

ailalr krid-"expr8ssed a desire to have It repeated again this year. At 10 o'clock In the evening, fplks will gather in the gym for singing and fellowship and at 11:30 they\ will go into the Chufch for a com­munion Snd worship .service, the communion service taking place at exactly twelve o'clock. Following this, there will be a covered dish buffet in the gym and everyone at­tending Is requested to bring some item ot food suitable for a buffet supper T'he churcli will be open as long as anyone wishes to stay. All friends of the Old Stone Church are Invited to be present and be >a part of this grand fellowship.

uv^i^uii iHf^'^'3' '* ' -'I ^ ' Klddlis'; Sl ioi* oniiSatoflay .1 .

The final phase of the tour point program, sponsored by the East Ha­ven Chamber of Commerce and the American Legion will take place on Saturday morning In the Capitol Theater when Mr. Abel Jaco*cks pre­sents an All Cartoon Show for the youngsters ot the town. Tlie show Is slated for 9:30.

Featured, of course, will bo a visit from Santa Claus and other enter­tainment and present^s.

Children of the Highland and Foxon sections are urged to be at their respective schools at 9 for tree bus transportation to the theater.

CHRISTMAS CARIL SING 1950 TOWN HALL

Silent Night O Come All Yc Faltlif ul The First Nowcll Solo — l/ouiso Crctella It Came Upon the Mldnicl*t Clear Hark, the Herald Angels sing Wc Three Kings of Orcint Arc Solo — lyoulse Crctella God Rest Ye Merry Gcmtlcmcn O little Town of Bctlilehcm Joy to the WorU Angels Wo Have Heard on llieU

Accompanist, Mrs. Marie Vlengo

Town Hall will be closed Monday Bozealous 943 North High Street, Is I In observance of the Christmas In charge. . I holiday.

X M A S , PARTY T O N I G H T The Rlverdale Civic Association,

residents of upper North High Street, on the old Howe farm, will hold their annual Christmas party Thursday evening at 8:30 at Somer's Restaurant, Foxon.

A 25-cent gift will be brought by each member tor the grab bag. Mr. Blandlng Kingstord, 2 Howe Court, Is in charge ot arrangements.

The Christmas tree In Howe Court will be lighted at 5 .P. M. for the children Saturday, and stockings will be distributed Mrs. Bernlce

BULLETIN A pair ot tloiuttions from the

Dlme-a-Montli club ond from the High S<}hool student body this mornlnt-kwellcd the total rabcdjn Uio current Chrtstnias Seal drive.

The Dimo'-a-<Month irroup do­nated $25 and the student body $00.

The .sale of Christmas Seals in East Haven Is lagging, Mrs. John P. Tlrpak, chairman of the Seal Sale Committee said yesterday, is revealing that approximately $895 has been received to date.

A year ago, the Public Health Nursing Association realized $1458 in its efforts lo raise an appreciable amount tor local persons afflicted with tuberculosis, for chest X-rays and other related expenses In deal­ing with the tubercular problem In this community.

It Is quite possible Chat East Ha­ven people have forgotten to mall their checks In the bustle of Christ­mas preparation, Mrs Tlrpok said, as she urged the residents to make early returns.

Assisting the chairman on the drive locally are Mrs. Hervey S. Johnson, Mrs. Henry Crosby and Mrs. William Graves.

East Haven schools will close for the Christmas vacation on Friday after the la,st session. There will be no afternoon kindergarten session. Schools will reopen on Tuesday, January 3. •

Joun Wells, East • Haven High School student, and Now Haven winner ot the Voice ot Democracy contest sponsored by the Now Ha­ven Junior Chamber ot Commerce has had a transcription ot her speech forwarded to Washington, D. C. tor consideration in the Na­tional finals.

Tlie cii'oumstanoo la unusual since Miss Weil's effort was not Judged in tha Connecticut llpols duo to,,an erriirbti the pattdf the state chair­man.

In no way Is the New Haven group or Miss Wells liable for the dis­appointing event which nearly cost her a right to the national title.

The state chairman neglected to notify the New Haven Chamber of the date of the state finals hold in Hartford The contest was held without the New Haven entry and the Westport High School entry was Judged the winner.

Because of the "grevious" ad­ministration error, tho New Haven Junior Chamber of Commerce ex­erted every influence to have her transcription considered. .

It was decided that Miss Well's transcription would b e Judged with the Westport entry before a special panel ot Judges in Washington, D. C. to determine a state winner and entry into the national finals.

The New Haven group has already forwarded Miss Wells' transcription to tho nation's capltol tor considera­tion tjy the Judges.

In throe years of competition, the New Haven entry has been taken by East Haven entrants twice and they were runners-up once. Mary-anne Doolcy and Joan Wells are the winners and Miss Wells was the second place contestant a yeariago.

HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUBS MAKE EXPERT CAROLERS

Funeral services tor Harry Poul­ton. husband of Clar^ White Poul­ton of 67 Francis Stteef, was held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the W. S. Clancy Funeral Home 43 Klrkham Avenue. The Rev. Alfred Clark of Christ Church of­ficiated. Mr. Poulton, who was 65 years of age, died suddenly at his home Sunday of a heart attack. Besides his wife he Is survived by his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Poulton; three daughters, Mrs. Grace SJorgen, Mrs. Virginia Wird. and Miss Claire Poulton, two sisters, Mrs Mildred Higley and Mrs. Emma Colculogh: four brothers, Bdvirln, Albert, William and Charles Poulton. Interment was in East Lawn Cemetery.

DOUGHNUTS O N SALE

Doughnuts, hot coffee and hot chocolate will be on sale at the Old Stone Church Parish House and following the Community Christ­mas Carol Sing at the Town Hall on Friday evening, December 23rd. The sale wlU start at 8 o'clock.

party Come over and get warm. Bring your friends.

One of the busiest weeks in the history of the school year In East Haven has been undertaken by the high school Glee Clubs this week. No less than three appearances have been scheduled for the 116 voice choruses.

Thirty eight are listed In the Senior Glee Club which will sing carols tonight at the East Haven Convalescent Homes.

Seventy eight freshmen and sophom*ores are members of that Glee Club which will lead the carol singing at the ubllc sing In fromt of the town hall, Friday at 9.

Combined the groups sang at a special Christmas Assembly pro­gram In the auditorium this morn­ing.

In addition there are boys and girls choruses;

The Clubs are dU:ected by the Supervisor of Music, Mrs.-Wllhel-mlna Strandberg.

This morning's program follows: Part I—Processional, O Come All

Ye Faithful, Reading; Silent Night, Gruber: O Little Town ot Bethlp-hem; Gospel Story, St. Luke 11, Rachel Brooks; Oh Holy Night, Adams, Miriam Miller; What Child Is This, English; Gospel Story. St. Matthews II, Harry Net; Ring, Christmas Bells, Leontovlch: Re­cessional, Hark, the Herald Angels

Part I done by Senior Glee Club. Part 2—Audience: Silent Night;

The First Noel; Joy to the World. Freshman-Sophom*ore Glee Club: Silent Night; God Rest You Merry Gentlemen;- White Christmas; Boys Glee Club: We Three Kings; Angels We Have Heard; Oh Holy Night; Audience: Here Comes San­ta Claus; Sanla Claus Is Coming to Town; jingle Bells.

Members ot the Senior Glee Club are: George Barnes, Andrew Bron-son, Rachel Brooks, Anna Casale, Carol Cheeseman, John Clvltello, John Clark, Sally Corbett, Berna-. dette Danlelson, Peter DeCaprlo, Madelyn DeBrlno, William Dow, Joyce Fogarty, Nancy Fowler, Bev­erly Gordon, Henry Graver, Mari­lyn Kennedy, John Kaiser, Mary Ann Kelsey, Barbara Lecza.

Also Betty L'Heureux, Marilyn Miller, Miriam Miller, Jill Mont­gomery, Beverly Morgan, George Muller, Harry Nefr,-'Elvira Plom-bino, Jane Ramsey, Harriet Rob­erts, Marjorie Roberts, Dretta Shorkey, Marie Strandberg, Rich­ard Williams, Barbara Wynne, Leo Tancretl, Richard Vogt, G.eorge Wassmer.

Members of the Freshman-Sophom*ore Glee Club are: Jean Brockett. Robert Burwell, Theresa Chlaramonte, Catherine Glbbs, Carmela Glovlne, Mary Hereaux, Raymand Howell, Dorothy Lynch, Robert Marley., Jean Mitchell, El-eanore Moosdorf, Robert Perry, Jo­seph Regan, Bonja Johansen, Do­

lores Bartholomew, Also Henry Bode, Mae Bova,

Harriet Brown, Barbara Burke, Pa­tricia Campbell, Dolores Cappella, Barbara Celentano, Louis Coppola, Peter DeBrlno, Katherlne DeFellce, Gladys Gedney, Shirley Hamilton, Dean Hewes, Carol Kane, Elinor Llbby, Charlotte Molster.

Also Barbara Petrelll, Carol Rob­erts, Marie Slmone, Anna Thomp­son, Dolores Vergatl, Joseph Vltall, Barbara Warner, Nancy Wyllle, Thomas Wynne, Robert Zalonskl, Helen Abner, Genevieve Amento, Barbara Augur, Howard Bishop.'

Also Nancy Barnes, Marianne Campana, Bruce CarglU, Nancy Dl Giuseppl, Doreen Douglas, Joan Fowler, Anna Gargone, Eleanor Gerber, Diane Gcsncr, Maryellen Orover, Nancy Herr, William Jacob-son, Irene Kelsey, Cynthia Kocrber Barbara Kwleragav

Also Lillian Lowcndoskl, Carrie Lubeiiow, Wilfred MacDonald, Jan­et Manganella, Anne Montgomery; Marilyn Morgan, Ann Mulhern, Richard Orlando, Lucille Palmerl, Alberta Palumbo, .Genevieve Pan-none, Louise Pollegrlno, Betty Pick­ett, Mary Plseatelll, Bettc Smith, Rosemary Tucker, Louralne Whit­ney, Barbara Clark, Peter Costa.

Members of the High Schpoi Or­chestra are: Priscllfa Hammond, Dorothy Lynch. Nicholas PoUogrlno Helen Provasoll, Donald Smith, Raymond Stanlo, Carl Testa, Louise Khltney, Francis Zampiella,

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Thomas E. Roberts, Director of Admissions, at the University ot Connecticut visited East Haven high school on Tuesday.

Twenty students showed an In­terest in attending tlie University and discussed all phases ot college life with him In the tour hours he spent at the school.

He outlined college courses, costs and their own futures to the youngsters and spoke of the physi­cal Improvements of the University and the facilities which would be theirs when the building program of the state university is eventually completed.

Mr. Roberts expret^eed keen de light In the high school which he said he was visiting for the first time. He likewise praised the stu­dents and the teachers here for their wideawake mental attitude.

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Asmus of 101 Hemingway Avenue have moved Into their own home from New Haven, their former residence. Mr.- Asmus Is employed as a mechanic.

Mr and Mrs Arthur Norton ot Gerrlsh Avenue, announce the en­gagement of their daughter, Jeanne Prances, to Mr. Robert H, Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cooper, Mr. Cooper served two years In the Army Engineer Corps, one ot whloh was spent i n Japan,

M.iniy lovely scenes dominate the East Haven Chrlstnius mural tbis year but one of the loveliest is OW Stone cl*tiTch which mlnxles a blue star UIKU above the Krounflii with siuKle candles peering frwm tho old fashioned windows ot the ch'utcli . ' '•

Judge Armen Krlkorlan and, Ralph Castcllon Joined the New Ha­ven Elks last Thursday evening.- -

Cnrl Stvansdn, Jr., was Bwarded Ills A. B. decree from lOJilo S U U University last Friday In the annual fall comnicnccmcnt cxcrpiscs.

W T. (Bill Monlgomery ot Bishop Strobt is one of the state's . top badminton players. Is the only known A class racquet man in East Haven, other area players inslts.

Carol Itossiler and Shirley Post Itob Burdctte, .Bob Gamacho, An­drew Grimm, -Thomas Kaczynshl, Calvin Laird, Steven Narraccl, Uonald and James McKlmwI, Colleen Potter, Wllford Talbot, John liawlor, iJucy llillcli, Mary-annc Apuzzo are ainong those from tho University of Connecticut 'who arc enjoying their ClirLitmas vaica-tlon. ^ ^ ^ ^

Audrey Moss of the Whitney Secretarial School, Barbara Clark, of the Conn College of Pixarmaoy, Isobel Stanley of Larson Junior College are all on Christmas vaca­tion from their schools.

Friday will be tho last day lor tlie hospllal «;lfl donations of the East Haven Gaivlen Club. They should be left at the Ilacaman Memorial Ubrary before 2 F. M.

Christmas parties all over town. Open houses the rule rather than the exception. Saltonstall and Foxon and Momauguin have three ot the largest.

The cartoon (diow at the OapUtol Theater should attract several hundred children on Saturday morning.

Harold LaPolnte of 39 Elm Street, a former member ot the Board of Education is recovering from a six-week's illness.^

EdwaiVl Stonick likewise has re­covered from an Illness of nine days and Is one again about town.

The dally broadcast emanating from Principal Carl Garvin's office is one ot the homey features ot the high school. The youngsters assist in the event by announcing various events Just before dismissal. The system aids greatly In keeping order before school finally closes for the day.

Among those from East Haven who are attcndbig New Haven Teacher's College are Carol teejiei', Robert O'Couier, John Holland, Joan DilUnan, Marilyn ElUot, Faye Garvin, Thomas Kane, John I<ecates and Kenneth Michaels, ate on Christmas vacation.

Maureen Weber arid Sally Esposltn are attending the College of St. Joseph in West Harttoid, Conn.

A Merry Christmas to. your house from, our staft.

The Hagaman Memorial Library will close at 6:00 P.M. December 24 and will also be closed December 2S,

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* ^ x * * i . i i . v n . M . parish adults will be announced,The drive starta on Janiinry 15 and l"*y?'*' _ . . _ .' . . I will continue for the remainder of

the month. North Brantordchurche.'! will hold ' , , V ^ ^"^u'? Ou'ld held-a covered , iiervlces on 8\inday to celebrate l ie ^ .?h lunchebn on .Tuesday, Dee. 13,

birth or Our Lord 6n( 'c l i i lmuc ' '} \ ' ' h <>' Mrs. Paul Hawkins, has been provided by the orga lit ^ >«'""'i '-"' ' '^'°"'!i"°*'"'?"•* ••«"' and choir directors for their oho s •''" '= ""'"' ' *l'r'''= dtoussed or the and soloists. Churcl es wll be de- i?"'""il mcetlnR. A Nominating corated with flowers for the occas-' ^°'",'?"''''"' was • appointed by ,the lona. and the u S holy Ite^ns of P^^s'^^nl. «••«• Pa"' R- I:I''wkln», remembrnnoo and adoration,

•Mass -will be celebrated In St. AuBustlne's n. C. Church at 0, 7, 8, and 9:30 and at 7 and 8 o'clock In Northtord; Rev John J. McCarthy, pastor, Fratik Prawley and Ruth Donalld, orRanlst and choir director.

The Parish Eucharist at tho Zlon Episcopal phurch will bo at 0 o'clbck on Christinas Day. Tlic candles on thealter will be llRhtcd by a taper Wlilch was orlKliittlly Ilfihtcd at the Shl'lne of Bethlcliem of .Tudcn, and

, was presented to tho Rev. and Mrs. Francis J. Smith by the late Rev. and Mrs. Clifton H. Brewer.

Morning worship will be at U o'clock on Sunday mornlni; In the' 'North . Branforrt Congregational Chliroli, ncv, B C. Trent, pastor. Miss Ethel Maynnrd. organist and choir director.

The'children of Zlon Parl.sh will combine their Christmas with tho St. Andrew's of Northford on Holy .innocent's Day, Dec. 25, nl 2 P.M. Tlioy will attend a carol service In the church with tho story of the Natlvltr by the Hector after which there will be a party In thn parish

with Mrs. Joseph V. Breton anti Mrs. Chester Qeclney serving on sold committee.

A drawlnp; on a old fashioned Bow Tie .quilt followed, ond Mrs, Myron Brick of He.mden was the lucky winner. The next mcetlnE win be held on January 11 a t tho home of Mrs. Chester Oedney.

Tlie Holy Name Society held a public'Bingo Party In the town hall on last ITninsday night for the benefit of the St. AuBustlne's R; C Church rellRlous instruction fund. The party was given by the Holy Society. Refreshments followed the playing of several games. Fred Trunik was Rehoral chairman.

1510 business session for the Holy Name Society was hold on Wednes­day of this week In tho town hall. Another public party will be plann­ed for January.

Mrs. Alden J. Hill has again been appointed as chairman of tho March of Dimes Committee In North Bronford. and members of her com­mittee are Mrs. R. Earlo Beers, Mrs: Nathan A. HarrUson, Mrs. Arthur C. Maynard, Mrs. Douglas B. Hola-

Tlii! Mr. and Mrs, Club of the North Branford Congregatlona, Church enjoyed a • progressive supper on Sunday. Dec. 18. The first course was served a t 7 o'clock at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Hln-dlngor at West Lakes, and tho second course was served In the chapel.

The regular meeting of the Ladles Sewing Society ,was held in tho chapol on Wednesday o tthls week. A regular dinner was served, with Mrs. Alfred Hawkins as hostess, arid co-hostesscs were Mrs. John Marsh, Mrs Frllz Vogt, and Mrs. Rolllti Whitney. Each lady brought a gift for the grab- bag.

The Christmas' entertainment of the William Douglas School wtts held on Wednesday afternoon at 1:15 In the Nbrthford Community House. Tho children had prepared a program of Christmas songi, carols, pdoms, rhythms, and a tableau. AH-the people of the com­munity. were cordially Invited by the members of the faculty.

Th'o annual meeting of the North Branford Public Health Niu-slng Association will be held In the chapel of the North Branford Congregational Church on January 4 at 8 P. M. The public Is Invited.

Mrs. Edward Duly who lives at the junction of Route 80 and Bran­ford Road has a sunoly of Christ­mas seals for those" who wish to purchase more.

Miss Agnes Doody. a sophom*ore at Emerson College In Boston, Is spending the Christmas season at her home on Foxon Road. '

Pafricia ©aillard, Merrill lindsay, To Wed Locally

The marriage of Mrs. Patricia Coirin Oolilard of New York City, to Mr. Merrill K. Lindsay, Jr., of i3ranford, will take place In Bran ford on December 31. ' '

Mrs. Oalllard Is the daughter of Mrs. William Coflln of Athens, Ga., formerly of New York, and-thc late Mr. ColTln, who was Consul General In Berlin. A graduate of Chapln Schoo.l, Mrs. Oalllard writes under the name of Patricia CoITIn and Is picture profile editor of Look Moga-zlne. She Is widely known In Bran­ford and Pine'orchard.

Mr. Lindsay,' son of Dr. and Mrs. M, K. Lindsay of Washington, who lived formcrly;jn Ridge Road. Hom-den, Is a graduate of 'Yale and is president of Lindsay Advertising Agency, 95 Crown Street, New Ha­ven. His father Xiffls formerlv pro­fessor of orthopedic surgery In the Yale Medical Schdol.

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Home Coming Parti) I The Junior Musical Art held Its monthly meeting on Tuesday even-

Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. IviacK of Ithlca, Mew York are visiting with

Tendered'MadAprnt V„a .l^ZZ^l li n^vld Nvirard Mr. Mack's mother of 369 Main J cnuaieu luaaauns ing at the home of Dav^aNygard. ^^^^^^^ j ^ ^ . j ^ ^ ^ , ^ j ^ student at

"• The leader was Elizabeth Maddern (,Qfj,pu uniygj-tlly, Mr. and Mrs.'Whitby K. Maddern and the program was as follows: were the guests of honor recently

at a. family gathering In celebration of their homecoming which was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Edwin Maddern of Montowc.se Street. Mrs. Maddern, formerly of Stuttgart, • Oormany Is In America

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Engagements Mr and Mrs, Assad E. Ghareeb.of

808 Armory Street, Springfield Mass.,'anriounce the engagement of their'daughter, Sally, to Mr. Tlieo-dore Charles Hyder^son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles N, Hyder of 7 ,Wilford Road, Indian Neck, Branford.

Miss Ohareeb Is past president of the Business and Professional Girls Club of Springfield and has been active In the Syrian Lebanon A^er^ lean Federation of the Eastern States.

Mr. Hyder saw Army war service In the Pacific theater with the 80th General Hospital. He Is a student at the Whitney Art School. •

The wedding will take.place on February 4 In tho Christ Church Springfield, Mass,'

Mr, and Mrs. Thomas J. Bernard of Notch Hill Road, North Bran­ford, announce the'engagement of their daughter, MaryiLu, to .WHliam Shuw, ADAM, U,. S,' Navy, son of Mr and Mrs. Charles Shaw of Long Hill Road. Guilford. :>.

Christmas Greetings and ' Best Wishes tor the New Year received from Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson Norfolk, Va. ' . •;

We enjoy the Review so very much,.and It's keeping us In touch with the town we called'home so many years, We arc enjoying bur new (home here In •Norfolk, and John has just returned from a three months' cruise with the Navy, which took him to Hawaii. While In Honolulu, he visited his brother Sven and his wife and also many

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To many thlnklnp; .people tills greeting will strike an ironic note In the year 1949; "How," one might ask. "can you l)ave a merry Christ­mas when the world Is in such a turmoil of hate and lll-wlll? In the midst of what, looks like the pro­logue to ClvlllzatlBn's self-destruc­tion, how can you be~merry?"

The answer can be found In each person's heart and conscience. This celebration of the birth date of the Prince of Peace Is indeed an occas­ion for sober reflection. I t need not be sad, however There are forces at work in the world which can dam the flood of disaster, and If we as individuals are , taking our maximum part In assisting those forces, we can have real reason for rejoicing.

Probably the most destructive force In th6 world Is hate, and It may fairly be said that many of the world's troubles .stem froni this one cause. Hate is a cancer which grows in the.person who harbors it.untU like any other cancer.it destroys him while harming the object of its har t rednot at all. Hate is the product of fear, so that the prob­lem resolves itself In this respect Into one of convincing those who hate that they have nothing to fear.

At this Christmas season It Is well to remember that He whose bU'th we commemorate was a doer, as well as a thinker and philosoph­er. He was never one to be satisfied merely to know what should be done; He did It. If you have thought out what you believe is necessary to substitute peace for war, love for hate,, and law tor chads, you need only ask. yourself whether you per-sonally'are doing every -thing, no matter how small, which you can do to accomplish that end.

Let us add our labors to our pray­ers, to the end that the prophecy of."Peace,on .Earth, Good Will toward Men" may become a-living reality, and we may say with the ring of real conviction,

"Merry Christmas to alll" •VVllllam C. Starkweather,

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Our greetings to all our friends on thd "Review."

Sincerely, Mrs. John Anderson

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was written by Mrs, Harold Baldwin and the words by Mr. Calkins, for­merly of Branford.

Seaman Ocorge Kornat?. Is home on leave for the holidays visiting with his parents of Laurel Street.

Grove who have inoved into their own home on second Avenue from New Haven. Mr. Lull is a salesman for the Crucible Steel Co.

The Juvenile Musical Art Society will hold Its annual Christmas party In the parlors of the First Congrega­tional Church on Tuesday, Decem­ber 27th, at 2 P. M.

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The Christmas cards, 1 forgot to send. Are growing daily— End on end '

• Christmas cards flood household, Arnold Peterson novel Christmas ..Friends of Joan Oebel can

reach her at 2422 McCready Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal Johnny Loeb spoke to Rotary at Madison this afternoon Hornet out 'With'special Christmas edition

Mimeographed but chuck full of news Michael Desl pur

sleigh now hanging on'Mldwood Ave That's new road which was accepted on Tuesday ........ Mrs. Flora Goldsmith awaiting Clwlst-mas visit of son-in-law and daugh­ter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clark and sons, John and Bruce of Spririe-fleld. Mass Bill Ryan and wife of Indian Neck to spend the holl

chases Main Street building which; day with son BUI, Jr. and tamlly houses his shop, the G. O. P. head- In Hartford ...;.... Mr. and Mrs. quarters, Al 'Ward and the C. G.|Nelson Cooke pack Monday, for Spaulding Company Plans no Florida ........ Harry Cookes leave ,on changes for the present Says tenants are a happy family and he plans to keep them that way Added the J. P. Callahan house on Laurel Street to his real estate holdings also

Tuesday »Chanuka party 1 n Grange Hall last Sunday was success from all angles ..;..... Carl Montellus back . at work following recent hospitalization .....".i. Ulcers better •...,!

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Greet your stay on earth And all your dearest loved opes

Gather round your hearth, 1 pray your neighbors of youi health Artd th6 trlenashlp all nt.ouna you

will be your source' 6f wealth.

Ntay sunshli'ie always enter— '• Flow through y'mir kluhen door, And spread Its heavenly pleasant­

ness All across your floQ.r,

May the food Upon your table Be plenty and always good

Even though I can't be there , I know you yiish 1 .could

As you enjoy In abundance, Ihe things Uial God' will give. I hope and pray Jie'll Watch oer

you Always while you live.

And with his angels, wait on you, '•'vniUc you knecim prayer. And at your Christmas table 1 I hope he'll bless yours there.

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.„i„,,p, and B P. M. Sunday School Is at 11 wisnes ^ M. Wednesday evening lestlmon-

you'ue bought your seals. 'Sent the dough in. Sit back there, sport-Have a Christmas grin.

College students give town a jaunty air Wonder If anyone has thought of the simile. As for­lorn as a new sled in a . shop

'window' on a snowless' Christmas ........Dave Marsh now employed by the Charles W. Scranton Company, Investment Brokers of New Haven

: Low tides exceptional,- old timers say Ann Seastrand ex­pected home for the holidays, father says One of the nicest cards came from Ed Rogers, study­ing organ at the Hartt School of Music In olden days, Ed spoke each year at high school Christ­mas assembly His reading of "The Stranger" always impressed

Joe "Ricky" Rlcciottl everyone In town the Merriest of itiVm'edlhiRn't'aT'riie Reading Room Chrlstmases and the Happiest of at 152 Temple Slfcet Is open week New years. He also hopes; from'days from 9 to 8:45 and Wednesday tlie bbtfota of ihls big heart, that, from 8 ,.to 0. ,„ , ,,

The Golden Text is from Luke 2:14. "Glory to God In the hlghc.il, and on earth peace, good will tow­ard men."

Selections from the Bible Include the following: "And I will priiy the PathiSr, and ho shall B've you an­other Comforter, that he may abide with you tor over." (John 14:10)

Correlative passages from the Chrlstlon •Sclepcc textbook, "Scl

Include the following (p. 56): "Truth's Immortal Icjea Is sweeping dowri th6''e6ntllr[ea, gathering' be­neath ,lls wings the sick and shi­ning . . . The promises will be lul-micd. 'Ilie time for the reappearing of the divine heiillngls thronshdut nil time; and whosoever layeth his earthly oil ou the altar of divine Sclencoi drlnkcth ot'iOhrlst's' cliD

Mary Jane Kamerzel's card always set the holiday note '. Nothing pretentious, it Is exquisite­ly simple Hand made. It Is simply a sprlhg of holly^ berries with gold lettering on faultless white background Enjoys her new work very much and wishes best for her many friends In Bran-lord Police have issued warn­ings to drive carefully over the holiday The pain of careless­ness is not worth the thoughtless­ness of tun .; Note the John Coolac mentioned as Janitor of the new school In Short Beach should be John Kulack formerly of Granite Bay now of Lanphler's Cove Merry Christmas :..

WHAT GIFT FOR "THE KING"? By Ruth Evls

It's Christmas I And time for re­joicing I

Our Savior was sent from Above. Earth-cared for, by Mary and

Joseph. Cradled In a Manger of Love I

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as I Hope, was renewed with His com-

Falth was reborn with His birth 1 Charity, forgiveness, and tolerance; He brought, as He revealed His

Woi'th;

To you and yours, From me and mine— May you enjoy your friends. This Christmas: time.

SHORT BEACH Anita Pearson

Now, what can I brlng-'Hiee, Jesus? Wliat do I have to give? Wliat woulds't Tliou like for Tliy

Birthday? How may I serve, while I live? Ohl I am so unworthyl To even harbor the thought! But, could you use me, my Jesus? Just me, - to Thy Feet, - I have

brought!

ous thoughts In sending him cheer cards, Christmas cards, paying fvo-flucl*t visits and loo by taking such a personal interest In him and his lamily, We are all wWi ybu, Joe, oho-hundrcd percent, and may the blessings of Gbd be \ylth you— nlwaysl

TABOR. .EVANdEMCAl. LtnUEUAN CHURCH

The Rev. Emll O. Swanson, Pastor 7G llopson Avenue

Saturday, December 24— Chrl.'stmas Eve—

11:45 Preparatory Christmas Music Organ, Duets, Choir, Solo 12:00 Festive Midnight Worship Senior Choir' will sing '

Sunday, Decembers 25— Christmas Day—

10:15 Prepm-atory Christmas Music Organ, Choir, Solos 10:30 Festive Matins Children's Choir will sing.

Monday, December 20— 2nd Day Christmas—

4:00 p.m. Festive Children's Wor ship: Sunday School Program: "Christmas arouild the World"

T'uesday, December 27 -'7:00 Board Of Trustees meets. Wednesday, Decenibet 28—

,7:00 Luther Anns win have a Christmas Supper for their hus­bands in the vestry.

Thursday, December 20— 0:00 TablUm will have a Christ­mas Supper for the I3rolherhpod In the vestry. . „, , , 7:30 Luther League Christmas Party at the home of Eskll Enqulst, Jlsther Place, The Con­firmation Class will be guests.

Mrs. Donald Charlotte gave a supper party for her daughter, Virginia Ann, on Tuesday, in honor of her birthday.

Young friends present were: Sally Swanson, Karen Seeley, Karen Bradley, Linda -White, Mary Jane Pearson, Shaun Lynch, Joanne Lammer, Emmylou Lehr, Sharon Cusack, Jenlne Cusack, BllUe Cusack, Jean Charlotte Karyl Rogansdn and Mary Lacey. • -The Other Wise Man" a story

by -Van Dyke will be told by colored slides at a. special Christmas even­ing service, Sunday December 25th, at 7 o'clock at the Short Beach Union Church,

Children will be particularly wel­come at the service and of course all grown-ups are cordially Invited to attend.

The junior and senior choirs will participate in the program and

there wlU.be a religious pantomime. ,; Santa Claus had to replenish his pack of presents at the Jam packed Christmas party given by the Short Beoch Fire Company on Sunday afternoon , , , .

About 178 children crowded Into the fire house club room, sang 'the traditional sones and were dellirht-ed with the tricks of the magician, especially when tie produced the inevitable white rabbit.

• Mrs. John Charles of Beach St. Is recovering' from pneumonia at her home.

Jimmy Martin son of Mr. anfl Mrs. .John.Martln of Bradley Ave Is home for Christmas after extended service In the Medlterrerlan. He will, be stationed at,'Norfolk Va. for awhile.

Mothers went to school today to the wonderful .songs and poems ,o^ Christmas. We'll tell' you who did hear their little darlings lisp out 'What next week. ..

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The Connecticut Tire Marshal A.s-.loclatlon, at ll.'i regular monthly mcelhiB held In Mllford on Decern ber 13, unanimously adopted the followlnK rules for places of Public Assembly, Churches and Schools re­garding the use of Christmas trees and decorative material for this oomlnpt Yulotlde Season,

Section 22, of the Connecticut Fire Safely Code reads as follows!

"All combustible decorations and acoustical material. Including strcnmers, curtains, cloth, cotton batting, straw, vines, leaves, trees and moss, but not Including floor coverings shall be rendered and maintained flame resistant."

I 'rills Scctlori covers Places of Pub­lic Assembly Churches, and schools.

' Tile Nation til Board of Fire Un­derwriters states that to the best of its knowledge, there Is no sue cessful method of flame proofing

.Christmas Trees. I Tlio rire Marshals of the State, appreciating that the traditional Christmas Tree Is an Important part ol the Holiday decorations have dooldcd to permit Christmas Trees In Schools, Ohurehcs and Places of Public Assembly under the follow-Iniv conditions.

I, Tliere must bo iio clectrlo lights on the tree. -. 2. All decoration,? must be of the non-flammable nature, there are v..-ffinl^Jh^l^ J,'.?.":',!^"'"?'"":?^^^,?'''";?' A Chrlstma*. bonus totallng-•i"??, , ' .^ i^" ' '""'' '=°'°' ""^ beauty $2,260,000 will be distributed among

0 riM. I. , V. • . , » employees of The Great Atlantic & J-rZ^^^^Z" ,J'""'S'"'^«f^'n7'','"nP!'clflc Ten Company on December or wet sand to lalard the drying jia, it vtras annouiiced today by John

Of Interest to residents of East Haven and Branlord is the an­nouncement of the recent marriage of Miss Margaret Ell-<!tLbeth Locke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Locke of U3 At>vater Street, East Haven, to Mr, itedward Joseph Hol-man, son of Mr.Jand Mrs. Walter Holman of 1130 'Townsend Avenue, on I'hanksglvlng Hiornlng, Novem­ber 24, at 10 o'clock, in St Clare's Church. The I\ev,. It, F. O'Donncll officiated. -.j ,<"

Mr. Holman is a native of Bran ford » :/

Given in marriage by her father, the bride was"" attended by her cousin, Miss 'Margaret Jooss, as maid of honor*, Mrs. John Gray, the bridcgroon&'s sister, and Mrs. Jo.seph Locke Jr., sistcr-ln-law • of the bride, were: bridesmaids.

The bridegroom's brother, Mr, Francis X, Holman, served as best man Ushers were the Mcssers, Jo­seph Locke Jr., the bride's brother, and John Gray, the bridegroom's brother-in-law.

A reception followed the cere­mony In the Castle Hestaurant,

Mr. and Mrs Holman will be at hortie in BOB Townsend Avenue after a weddig trip Ir) New York Coty.

Mr. Holman Is ajveteran ol three and a half years •. service in the U. S. Navh !i • •

EIGHTY-EIGHT STUDENTS NAMED TO HONOR LISTS

IN EAST HAVEN SCHOOLS

out proces.s 4. All cotton batting used must

be of the fire proof type. The wrap­per of the cotton should be marked "Fire Resistant or Flame Proofed."

6. Keep tree away from exit and egress areas.

0. No smoking or open flame per­mitted within ten feci of the tree.

7, IliB tree should be set up about three days before Christmas and removed Immediately after the Hol­idays or upon the flrst sign that the tree Is beginning to dry out,

0, Electric trains will not be per­mitted beneath the tree.

It )s hoped that those places con­cerned, will cooperate In the ob­servance of the above rules and greatly reduce, the lire menace dur­ing tho Holiday Season.

A. Hartford, A&Ptboard chairman. All A&P employees throughout

the country with jsbt montlis or more service will participate In tho pre-hollday casli dl.itrlbut!on. Last year the company voted $2,100,000 additional conipensaUoii.

Repetition of the Donora, Pa., smog disaster can be uvolciod, say-Brown Instrunient coinpriny en­gineers, through new (.'loctrlocye detecting and 'controUlnf; di'Vlces being tested by railroads, influ.strlal plants and departments stores, . • .

All-places concerned will be in­spected and any disregard of the above rules will result In the local Fire Marshal reque.sting that the tree or decorations bo removed.

H O L I D A Y C H E E R

CUT'N^ SEW ^ ^ 293 Main Street Phone 4-4949 East Haven

JOY TO ALL '• May your Christmas stocking be filled

to overflowing with Joy and Happiness

Luci lie's PHONE 4-5551

179 Main St. East Haven

Eighty eight pupils of the East Hlaven Public School system have been named to the honor rolls In the marking period which ended on December 1

Graded by schools and classes, they are:

HIGHLAND SCHOOL Grade V: Edys RIordan • Grade VI: Bayle Hague, Theresc

Tomasl, Carole Martin. Grade Vlf; Anna Marie Catalan!. Grade VIII: Donald Bosohen,

Angelina lannolti, Angelina Mar-enna.

TUTTLE SCHOOL Grade IV: Robert Vetrone,

Patricia Johahnesen, Dorothy Mlnl-Icr. Rae, Ann Oargiulo, Marie PIs-cltelll . Grade V; Robert Gllson, Barbara Sabine, Ruth Ann Walters, Barbara Zampano Mclvln, Stephen Negri, Judith Bun

Grade VI; Anthony Avenl, Robert nell, Irene Frleberg, Frances Quln-lan, Linda PlckerUig, Nancy Harr­ington, Richard Caspell

UNION SCHOOL -Grade IV: Marie Grlndell, Thomas KnapD, Jerome Burns, John Fitz­gerald

Grade V: Martin DePelice, Ralph Paolillo, Peter Howell

Grade VII Betsy Beckwlth, Wil­liam Blatchley, Martha Brown, Jean Colwell, Ruth Jaco*cks, Lester Knapp, Carol Prerost

FOXON SCHOOL Grade IV: Patricia Cook Grade V: Edward Mlcrzajewskl,

Jean Brockway Grade VI: Anona Fiynn, Joyce

McLay Grade VIII: Dominic ScaUse,

Warren RIha LAURAL SCHOOL

Grade IV Marcla Seymour, Sally

Granata, Lois Udsonc Grade V; Catherine Cunningham,

Charles lynehan Grade VI: Roy Blake, Frances

Scarpace Grade VIII: Doris Flngerle

Grade VllI: Dorothy KIngstord, Paul Lasko, Mary-Lou McLeese, David Watrous

MOMAUGUIN SCHOOL Grade IV: Joan Henry, Patricia

Palmer, Brian Sullivan, Grade V: William McNulty,

Catherine Muller, Lois Scper, Carolyn Van Seenl)urgh

Grade VI; Margaret Close, Marilyn Flanagan, Mildred* Abncr, Lois Frltzell, John Leary, Charles Brooks

GERRISH SCHOOL Grade IV; Judith Hofrlchter,

Linda Gagllardi, Elizabeth Blakely, Lucille Pellegrlno, Salvatore Russo, Shirley Tlnarl

Grade V: Valeric Valentl; Francis Cclentaro . •

Grade VI: Joseph Mellllo,. Jarnes Grignano, Ralph Castellon, Anthony Oargano, Sherwood Sheadcs, James Streeto, Eleanor Vellgura

It Is estimated that 80' million "comic books" Jire published each month In the united States.

Thursday, December 22, 1949 THE BUANPORD REVIEW - BAST HAVEN HEWS

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May the glad spirit that fills the air be

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season and the coming years!

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Momauguin News-MRS. JOSEPH O'CONNOR

Masses at St. Clares Parish, Mo­mauguin tire 8:30 and 10:30 o'docn

Masses at St. Clare's Church dally at 7:30 A. M.

Confessions every Saturday after­noon at 4 o'dotik.

Christ church, Momauguin branch Rev. Alfred.Clark, rector, 9:30 am. Mortilng, Prayer and sermon.

Regular Friday evening pinochles at Bradford. Marior Flro House, George'street, 8:30 pjn.

•Ilie Ivtomaugulri Cub Scout Pack 2 held Its first meeting Wednesday night, at the'Bradford Manor Hall. A turnout of 60 Cubs and parents set the pack off to a"good start. The Cub Scouts'whd received their Bob Cat badges were Jeffery Watson, Paul Doane, Qeorpe Schart, Russell Burton, and CaH Harvey of Den 2; Robert Hall, William Porto, Harold Smith, Kenneth , Levlne and Nicholas Klello of Den 3; George

Morman, James Truman, Harold Orcnand Stanley Latkowskl of Den 4; Alfred MelllUo, Robert Brown, Robert Chadeaync, Robert Morris, and Carl Scharl of Den 5; An en­tertainment of Christmas Carols and cub work was presented by the cub scouts followed by a grab bag and popcorn balls.

The Den Mothers who supervised at the weekly den meetings are: Mrs. Russell Benton. Den 2; Mrs. Kenneth Levlne, Den 3; Mrs. George Mormon, Den 4; and Mrs. Alfred Mellllo Den 5. The next pack meet­ing will be held on January U at 7:30 P. M. in the Bradford Manor Hall For Infonntttlon about Joining the cub scouts call 4-3710.

The Bradford Manor llreman have organized the Bradford Manor Caroleers and will sing for the residents of the area during the Christmas season. Those participat­ing are Daniel Carol!, Walter WylUe, William Dion, Champ Henry, Gene Flondella, Larry Freeman, Tliomas GagUardl, William Brown, Everett Morris, Fred Husted, Robert

3 HEARTY GOOD WISHES I 1 ^ ' t i THE DEAN SHOP S

BENNY GOODMAN

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AFTER CHRISTMAS SALE

Old S+one Church ^ ^ ilssuesYQalendar

For Coming Week Friday, December 23

8;30 P.M. Members of the Jmilor Choir will meet at the church and go carol singing to sliut-lns in the community, under the direction of Mrs. Delmar Dover.

8:00 P.M. Hot chocolate, cottce and doughnuts will be on sale In the Parish House during the Com­munity Carol Sing at the Town Hall.

Sunday, Dcccilibcr 25 Christmas Day

9:45 A.M. Church School 8:30 and ' ll:00' A.M. Morning

Worship Service.'Tliere will be a Christmas McdlUUon by the Kev. Duarie Hatfield at both services. Mrs. Raymond C, Smith be soloist at the 8;30 service and the Senior Choir will sing at- the 11 o'clock service. Tliere will be a large class of cojidldates repeivcd Into member­ship Irithe chiirpH'at the 11 o'clock service.

There will be no.-raeetlngs of the Pllgrlhi Fellowship', Groups on this day.

Wednesday, Ddcenibcr 28 7:30 P.M. Choir Rehearsal for the

Mixed Choir Thursday, December 29

6:30 P.M, Choir Rehearsal for the Junior Choir.

0:30 P.M Choir Rehearsal for the mtennedlate Choir.

7:30 P.M. Choir Rehearsal lor the Senior Choir. . ' •

Cub Scout Pins Given To Ten

AsiMr. Brinley Sees, It

Boys

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At a recent meeting of the new­ly-formed Cub • Scout Pack spon­sored by the South District Clvlo Association whlch'was attended by 75% of the parents, the roUowIng boys were presented with Bobcat pins: Thomas Kriapp, Frank Bar-rlngham, Robert Coleman, Robert Vetrone, Fraincls Walsh, Jerome Anderson, John Bauer, La\vrenco Flood,. Raymond Freed and John Doyle.

The lollowing comrhlttee Was appointed by Mr. 'Wllllara Walters, president of the association; Ray­mond Freed, chairman; John Doyle and SlguM Anderson, Den Dads. Elmer Morman ls";;.pObraastcr and Francis Walsh Is tf?asurer. Mrs-Raymond Freed ,?.nd Mrs, Sigurd Anderson are DCff 'Molhers. Also assisting the progrom are John Bauer, Emery Barrlngham, and Benny Goodman.

The next pack meeting 'Will be held on Friday, January 27 at South School at 7:30 P. M.

•J -v "Heavenly Choirs sins Allelujah" What shall I render to my God,

that shall constitute a perfect gift? Qod gave his perfect gift, to man­kind, and the Angels sang and heaven sent Its, hosts of angelic choh-s, to sing of the heavenly gift. Kings from the east brought price­less gifts, to honor tlUa heavenly gift, and shepheards worshiped In •wonder and adoration, ^Vllat shall I offer to this Priest from the heavenly courts, this King of Kings, this Prince of-'Pence? No ordinary gift must I pftisiilt to him. Once upon a time liV tile long, long ngo. So the legend saysVa Saintly woman spent her whole life doing good to her neighbors, •feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, visiting those in distress, a},>d-, comforting - tlie broken hearteo; And as a crowning gift to her ooiiipmimlty, she built a beautiful church lor her city, and In the Tower qf the great Church, She caused to he hung beautiful bells, but there vvcce no ropes placed on the bells, and .llie Bell chamber was seald, and then BIIQ instituted a custom of bringing to the Christ­mas on Christmas day, a "Gift" to be placed at theleet of the infant Jesus and she' told the people that when any one brought a perfect gift, then the bells would peal out In all their beauty In Praise and Glory to God, Now, away back In the hills, lived two little boys, brothers, one was Petro and the younger brother was Tony, And Pelro decided that Ho would give-to the Christ, this perfect gift, and Ho decided It must be Gold, tor that was what the wise men, gave, Soi all the long years lie saved each Jlttle thing he corn­ed, ,and just before Christmas he had gotten together, the price of the little gold coin. His gift to the Lord Jesus, And very early, when It was yet dark, -the brothers started

Moss In the beautiful Church, and Petro's heart was near bursting with Joy, as he saw himself placing his gift, on the Altar, Tlie snow, was very deep, and before they reached the Town, they found an old woman loylng in the snow, where She had follen, asleep, Petro raised Her and began to revive her. He could not leave Her to die, so said he to Tony, Jesus would never like me to do that, so He gave his Gold coin to Tony, and sold for him to hurry to tho Church, and put It on the Altar, and then ask the-Father to send back help to him, lor tlie old Lady, and so Ttony went through tho deep snow to the Church, in the mean­time all tlic people; had placed their gifts, on the Altar; .but tho bells Hi the Tower had not rung, even the King himself had placed his Jewel­ed crown and his Septor upon the Altai, but no sound .tamo from the bells In the Tower. And then a little snow covered boy came down the Aisle to the Aliac lihd put his brother Petro's little gold coin on tho marble Altar, and as the gift rang on the Altar, tho bells of tho Tower burst forth In glorious song, peel after peel of silver tone, fot the perfect gift had been given, Petro, had gWon himself, ho surrendered all, tn save a dying soul, and so ho rendered unto Qod something greater than Gold or earthly power, for God ftave life, when lie gave his son.

Harry W, Brinley

Saltonstall Group Plans Kiddie Party ,

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The directors! Mrs. Martht Dcrry, Mrs. Frank Colwell and Mrs, Col­lins urge all children of the de­velopment to attend the rehearsals 2:30 P. M. at 120 Boltonstoll Park-held each week day Irom 1:30 to way.

youngsters unable to attend be­cause ot school attendance may receive a carol book from Mrs, ColwcU and will bo welcome to Btteiid tho sing.

Tlic children will bo escorted and led by Mr. Norton Magoveny, Mr. Norman Woods, Harry Lynch and

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M . Frank Colwell. • Mrs, Walter Ames ttisd Mrs.

Burton Reed have announced that all children participating in the Carol Sing will be gWen refresh­ments and candy following the pro­gram. - - •

Mr ond Mrs. Domenlc Esposlto of 009 Main Sti-cet East Haven, an­nounce the engagelnent of their daughter, Marie, to Mr. Stephen Delia Camera, son of Mr. and Mrs, John Delia Camera of 700 Legion Avenue.

The Saltonstull Civic Assoclntion Is sponsoring a Children's Christ­mas Carol Sing on Tliursday, Dec.

their long Journey to the Christmas 22, at 5:30 P. M.

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Mr. and Mrs Arthur Noton ot Gerrlsh Avenue East Haven, an­nounce the engagement ol thole daughter, Jeanne Frances, to Mr, Robert H: Cooper, son o£ Mr, .and Mrs. Robert Cooper of East Haven/

Ml- Cooper served two years In the Army Engineer Corps, one of which was spent In Japan.

Operators In the 18-year-old class had 1153 traffic accidents In Connecticut during 1948. Five people died as a result of thecse accidents.

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fa*gto Six THE BRAMFORD REVIEW • EAST HAVEN MEWS Thuradajr, December 22, 1040

THE BELLS WILL RING B Y D I L L A H E R N

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EAST HAVEN MEASURES Alumni Scares

.bhr ts tmoa Is t h e greatest season of the year. Simply, It marks the blrtlv of Cl iHs t .Yet m some unfoundctl *ay , Joy spreads over the world.

'.•rHero Is g rea t expectancy and hope. From the youngster who leachoa :;JtjJh(!|i.th a t ree to pound a drum lottife oldster who sits iback'to experi­

ence t h e )oy of mater ia l 8lvliiiB;.U3.exchange.and give heartfelt wishes .ana;subconsclo«sly to weigh the effort against the reoepllon. "•'• "It 'Was s t range last evening to call, a man, through a n envoy, and request his Chris tmas message.

He was Harry W. Brlnloy, creator of the column called "As Mr. Bcln-''ley Sees It", •which appears weekly in these pages. Outside his home-In, lilic Annex, inite shoppers were scurrying with a r m s laden with packages.

-Stnsldo quiet resignation was present. A lovely woman answered tlie dpor •.'^nd a soft voice Inaulred' the'rcttson f o t t l i e o a l l . , ' Once Iptroduced, wordsitumbled In hblter skelter ,fashion and bov :cause OC a mlxup, Mr, Brlnlcy odered to redo his editorial for the week. '•.; • I t wras strange t h a t he should pick the story of Pedro, the boy who

'; eave u p his anticipation In return for a n act of .sacrlfloo. V-" It tells why, t h e bells rang, sllvcr-toned peals of happiness for the IviBrcatestjglft. ;,; , ! ' ^ • T h o ' t a l e Is ra ther .o ld . ' , . ' ,,

' . • There Is tt new one' to take Its place. ' B a c k m 1883 Jn Waterbiiry, a youngster answered the physician's • ^ s p a n k i n H h e asual manner . Within a few months the, baby's parents ' ' % c r c to learn that the child wou ldbe siBhtlcsa, • ' '

'After the shock passed over, His parents gave t h e best possible iprl-' •Vate education to help him overcome the handicap. Besides private tu-

' tors, h e went to various acadoniles for the handicapped, ' But when he was about ten years old, a miracle came to pass.

: ' Harry W.Drlnley began to see.

To bo sure his eyesight never re turned to lul l vision but brilliantly I colored, birds new, green was more than a color, It was grass green or elspltclonUfled with other shades such as leof green. Blues became classi­fied riot according to the tints laonllflod In fashion rnagazines but ra ther In the lite thrilling colors of Qod,

' U n s u r e ' t h a t hl.s s ight would be permanent , the bay continued his studies and Anally entered a school in Philadelphia where he delved

: in to t h e mysteries of massage, ' ' Afraid o l s training his eyes, young Brlnley, hired readers and learn- '

t edby rote,unti l he btcamc proflelent In the a r t of kneading muscles. •,•. 'Although n o t . a n a t l v e of ,East .Haven, Mr. -Brinloy h a s becii nisso-oiated with the town for many years—off and on.

He practiced his a r t faithfully about the town and In 1010 met a S'Vedlsll masseuse, one Edith Backlund, a na t ive of the beautiful for­eign land. '

She was t l i e second miracle of His. lite, for through, t h e 32 years of tliclr .married life,- she has been attentive ' and dutiful, a. real life's companion. . •

Together they oalabllshed a small Convalescent Home In E a s t Haven. Bu t then Mr, Brinley's' big fear came to pass. His eyesight dimmed Into darkness and only his memory could Iden-

t l l y t h e t m t s o t life. . '_. * : ' B u t ho 'had new'intereats t hen . Each Sunday h e 'pleked'hls way to

the Old Stone Church to teach the boys of the Sunday Scl'wol, At first h e hod lads up to nineteen but n recent rcclasslflcatlon haji restrlctbd

WOODROW WILSON FOR SEAS^ON'S FIRST UPSET

New Pro Five Opens Play On New Year's Day

W B Sunday teachings to those In. the sixteen and , seventeen year old cWas. There are elghicen a t i)resenb.- "* - •

But It only the latter group hoar h is explanations on tlie sabba th , •joowntlcss others realize his teachings dally, ' . '

."'" 'Mr.'Brlnloy has developed Into a writer. ' A t first ho wrote poems and sketches which appeared In Infrequent

religious publications. But now his "Meditations" a r e r ead throughout Connecticut and oftllmea appear h i other sections. , .'• Ho Is a contrlbiitor to a t least one monthly magazine . ,'. But Is stories tell deep tales; \ Tliey are nob frivolous iworks of fiction b u t ra ther art icles v/rltten

to express ft moral. And they are viiell received. , When Christmas Day dawns oh sitniloy, Mr, Br l i l ey will hl^e his

one fervent wish. T h a t Is fo be back In East Haven where h i s legion ot - i r i e n d s await him. T i. . i. -.Aiaitji

f-'"'And he calls t h e m wonderful. , ' ;t Particularly h e has high regard for Judge Thomas RelUy, I n tall esteem, also. Is Paul Stevens, editor of h te Topics. . •

Aside from t h e personal"feeling he holds for t h e deputy judge and widely known real estate man , Mr. Brlnley c a n n o t lo rge t a present he receives from him. , .' I t is the Catholic Digest, wri t ten In Braille. Burt; t h a t gift does no t stop -wltb the former male nurse. Ins tead It Ispassied on, to Miss Jan lca , j^.tcafhcr of BralUefor the state , who p a s s e s l t on t o tliree boys ol the Catholic faith, who; are similarly aflUictod.

Once a month,.he gets the Reader's Digest; In tjhc same second h a n d manner . Originally It Is mailed to an Ansonla woman, who feels out i ts Braille figures a n d absorbs lis contents . T h e n It (:omes to Mr . Brlnley, directly from her, and then la.passcd o n to t e n o the r afflicted,persons,

But the .word afflUcted la wrong In Mr. BrInlecy'a case. Those who rave the physical properties of s i g i t arc the blind.

; • Gaudy wrapping paper and tinseled trees aire for the foolish, the •yaln.' • Those sightless eyes see through the s h a m ctf falsity a n d peer Into

the hearts of humans . Christmas Is for gltts; gifts which can be laid before tho al tar of

Qod In commemoration of ' the b i r th of the Savior . Mr. Brlnley h a s his gift prepared. I t Is h i s eyes and his body, living

opiy for the adoration of t h e I/>rd. S "The public of East Haven m a y well see only lights and trees and

-man-made trifles come Chris tmas morning but -another m a n will be trudging In the steps of the wise men. '." And w^ien t h e now chimes r ing in tlie Okl Sfone Church steeple on

"Sunday morning, llsten-for a, new note In t h e i r vibrations, ivlr, Brinley's gold coins, sacrifice and help, will be lying on the stone, and golden tones flooding the air," will peal In gloriously malody.

, T h a t Is the new Christmas story and it I tappcned In East Haven, ' "l\ferry Christmas."

The Ea.<it Haven Ytllowjackct.s., smartly coached by Frank Crlsali,; tumbled blglily regarded Woodrow Wilson High ot Mlddlctown from the ranks of the unbeaten a t the school gym Wednesday evening. Winning a thrilling contest, 45 to 40.

In a n earlier contest played in Mlddletown, t h e Wildcats easily measured the Easties, 56 to 30.

Playing their first Home game the Club showed surprising speed and cohesion and complimented the oftenso with an effective two, three dotottse.

tou Paollilo was the most ef-feetlvc point getter In a. rough, contest which saw three m e n banished from both fives and a. total of .'76 louls called ,.ln the 32 minutes of action. The visitors were charged with 40 misdemeanors, i n ­cluding a technical.

Tlie Yeilowjackets buzzed into a 4 point lead when Mautte and Chuck Thomas dropped a pair of fouls and a hook shot to open t h e fostlvHles OlConnor hit f r o m . t h e side and Hazen tied the c o u n t w l t h A long shot. Thomas again measur ­ed from undernea th and eticlau scored on a rebound to again knot the count. Hazen was good o n a tree try but Paollilo flipped succcsstulTy from down under, Thomas counted on a rebound but O'Connor and Hazen 'combined for th ree points beloro Paollilo and Mautte com­bined on a .pair of quick hoops. PaoliolskI tapped in a rebound and East Havenlcd a t the quarter, H to 13.

Woodrow Wilson went out In front on a: quick spurt when Hazen and Friedman hit from the floor. Paollilo and Dick Merrill halved the .advantage by scoring two free throws but Pacholski, on a chari ty tass, put the Mlddletown score to 18. I t was tied thereaf ter when PaolUlo personally counted on a lonK set shot and then tallied thrice more on n one handcr and a foul try before Stielau hit o n . a r e ­bound. Mautte measured a quick tap and O'Connor tallied from t h e fifteen foot mark before East H a ­ven closed ou t ' the half In t h e vanguard 20 to 21 on a basket by Paollilo and a foul by Tinarl .

The Yeilowjackets fashioned four points soon after the th i rd pdriod started but the Wilson combine got back five and then tacked on wour more while the.East lcs were clos­ing out the period on a pa i r ot con­versions. At the s tar t of the last quar ter East Haven had 33 and t h e visitors 30. Both Mautte and Thomas were banished In t h a t frame.

Atter a slow start , opening the last canto. East Haven finally fired to a 7 point lead as co-captain Esposito found the hoop for a pair ot froo throws and a one . Imnder from the floor PacholskI was banished with five before Friedman counted twice from the floor. Tinarl made the score 30 to 34 •when he worked Into the hooo f o r . a close try and Eon Hossetll was ejected on a double foul, his fifth. At the automatic the Crlsafimen led 40 to 34. Stielau and Blaiioato aollt a pair of 'free throws but O'Connor was thumbed out In the meanwhile.

With one t h i r t y to play, TJnari and Paollilo counted from the charity mar|c and Friedman was tossed. Burgess was successful un­derneath the . Eastle hoop but Tip Tinarl went on a personal three

A professional basketball team, capable of holding Its own against the top teams of Connecticut unfi New York states has been organized In East Haven.

The ione East Haven player will be the popular coach ol the East Haven h igh school basgetball team and a member of the Mlddletown team of t h e .Eastern league. Prank 1 Motors of East Haven.

High Tossers Before Bowing

Paced by some high class basket .shooling by the University o l Con-ncctlcut'.s, Billy Mlschler, t he high, BCliool Alumni five gave the Bran-lord Hornets a real scare before bowing by a single point, 3& to 34, in a thrilling encounter before a small crowd a t the s ta te armory la.sl Friday night. „ , ,

F re shman center, J o e Paul, play­ing with a confidence belying his tender years was the big gun lor the Bampsonmcn In dunking six field goals and a single foul shot through the nets for thir teen points Mlschler was dhe over-all top man with five hoops and four fouls out ot tlvfc chari ty tosses.

Eleven grads were used- In the

Nardclla. f, Sobolewskl, c Mlschler, c Vlshno, g. Orsene, g Chandler, g Raiola, g, Struzlnskl, ft.

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contest which saw thehi go to t h e . front i> to 4 at the quarter . The Dola.n, f. count was knotted 17 all a t the mld ,ga ldenz i , f point, however, When Paul enjoyed Boutelllei, f h is big spree. He hit tour baskets a n d a foul In the canto.

Tommy Purcell and Paul with two hoops In the third frame could not match Boutellicr and Bob Sobo­lewskl who led a n eleven point a s ­sault t n l e a d the Housatonlc team 28 to 27 going into the last quarter.

The grads could only measure thrice from the floor In the r e ­maining moments, all scored by the Indefallgible Mlschler, but Locarno, playing the closing period, measur­ed the hoop once as did Lehr, Washington .and Long, and the Hornets gained their , third victory.

Brinford iUgh Locarno 1-Purcell 2 Lehr 3 Washington 1 Paul 0 Coleman 0 Long ! Gordon •

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AtuniuL 2 0 7 0 , a

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Crlsafl. SeveraKarca players will appear

wlthhlm.^ Tile project is sponsored by Townc

point sor t ie to close out..East Ha­ven's scoring a 45. ttazeu's good desperation iheave a t the whistle could 'not overcome .the advantage and Ea.st Haven had Its.first major viotoity and a major upset, 45 to 40.

Bast Haven Mautte Reynolds Thomas Tinarl Palillo Merrill Verollio Rossotti Esposito

Total

O Connor Parmelce Hazen' Stielau Blanoato Pacholakl Fr iedman

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I t was announced today tha t all games will be played In Eas t Ha­ven on Sunday nights . The open­ing clash Is slated for the high school gym on Janua ry 1.

Efforts are being directed toward bringing the Paraplegetic Vets of Northampton, Mass. here for the game. I t t h t ee games can be listed tor, t hem in this vicinity, the Vets will be here on New Year's night.

Their appearance will be promot-.ed by the Harry Bart le t t Post, American Legion a n d all proceeds

8'will go t o the visitors, exclusive of ren t and officials

The possibility of ithe "Wheel­chair" game was heightened this morning when Mlddletown and Walllngtord showed a n Iritercst in the team, as an at tract ion.

I n playing the Vets, t he Towne Motors five Willi as the Vets do, play In wheelchairs. The paraplegetics a re brilliant In play execution and shooting and on most occasions easily defeat their heal thy opponents.

.Fred and George Perr le , .Johnny 'Slab, •hubfii ' Mallnconico, George

40[Collins and Ted Anderson, once a 19 s t a r wlth 'N. Y. V. will make up the

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Our youngsters cry in piire delight,

Wi th gifts thatSanta left last nlghtl

As friends gatherthis time o f year •

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Wi th "Merry Christmas, Everyone"!

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St. Mary's Tips Old Stone In Fast Contest

, ' ' .^ ' ' ,1 . ^^- Mary's ot Branford, DasketbttU team continued lis im-beateii pace lu the Church Ueaeue or the V.M.C A. of New Hnven by ccnquoMng the Old Stone Church entry oi „East Hnven 80-38 In a regularly scheduled conteiit last Saturday night.

Dave Marsh, ' elongated forward P'.,,^'^'^, ^° '""S W'ls the Individual briUaiil of the game garnerliig eight baskets ft.nd a foul for sevent teen points. Tarbcll, with five hoops' wa.s Mar.sh's closest contpctlloa on the Congregatlonallst.?

Bobby VUhiib, racked up seven antl two for sixteen points In St . Mary's behalf and wa.>i closely chased by Joey Orsene who fired the nets with seven field goals.

The Saints wer« never headed from the opening whistle and used a full court press to befuddle the Ea.sl Haveners who have showed much class In the Infant season.

Although the score was One sided' the tilt was torrid with many wild scrambles in the final canto cri-livenlns the fr.'icas. • Marsh, r. a Lehr, f, 0 Poulton, r. 3 Tarbcll, c. .5 Schruin,. g o Corbet t, fc, 0 Deiidas, s. 0 Hutchinson, g. 0

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The Hornet basketball .sijviad played Santa 'Clatls to Coach Warren Sampson a t tlie s ta le armory onTuesdny night and gave a winner's gift "by packaging a verdict over Bonrdmmi TVade ot New Haven, in gaudy fn-shlon, 51 to 35.

T h e cagy Branford mentor came up with several hinovatlons which gave the locals a top heavy ad ­vantage. Pour of the Hornets reached double flsuros In the -scor-

BOWLING St, Elizabeth's of Short Beach

broke the high team record Cor a single game in the Hely Name league a t West End Alleys on Tvres-day night but failed to sweep a stubborn SI. 'Vincent's bowling array Iec3 by red hot Eddie Stontck. The previous record 594 was held by St. Clare's ot Momnllguln The new mark is 007,

Leader in the new record was Walt Lynch and Loren Paradis who relied 129 and 128, Ed Pryer, Walt Haroskiewicz and Lou Plscatelll chipped in with creditable 112, 110 and 112 names for the 601 total.

The Short Benchers also copped the opener- 533 to 499 but then watched Btonlck, back from a recent an a t tempt to break his own record illness, scatter the maples Jor 354 in Kanie in the Icop, 163. Tlie Enst Haveners rolled 575 to 477 In the nlghlcap as Jim Malone, Tim and Jake Carr and .Pi-anklc Mosslno' supported the anchor man with better than century efforts,

Mellllo posted'a 150 game t o aid a 363 total a.s St. Clare's 'No. 2 tpam measured St. Vincent's No. 2 2-1 and the twin 325 tota ls recorded bj/ J. Rucco and Cnatlgllonc. Missing from the Enst Haven llnetip was Roland Oravea and Paul Albrino, both ot whom sport .98 plus aver­ages.

S t AuRUstlne's No. 1 array used Alex Pelluzzl's games of 120, 135 Bernadetle 's Into complete nn-and 104 for a 359 total to pace St. nihllatlon, 3 to 0. Ted Plerogostlnl salvaged a measure or consolation for the Josers by peKBlng out a 143 single gante try. Phi l Egan with a 343 effort over Uie distance' was second to PelluzzI of the winners.

Only .T. BuechoI.e, anchor man of St. Clare's No. 1 team could hit over five score In the opening game of their match wi th 'S t . Augustine's No 2 and although they won the second and third lllts,,'lhey lost a chance to tie St. Elii',(ibelh','j tor the loon lead. ' ,

Hugh Gartland's snappy 144 game In the second match easily estab­lished him as the premier bowler of t h e joust for he racked up 342 over t h e distance. Sholtx v/as ills near­est opponent with 299 I'or the even­ing, Ei- MacDonald rolling- in only two games h i t 105 and 103 for the losers most oonslstant effort.

The loop will suspend operations over the holida,ys.

Both the Bombers • and the Sportsmen gained the duke in their Monday engagements a t the Roger Sherman Alleys In New Haven on Monday by winning two matches and dropping one.

Chet Tlsko wa.s the high roller racking, up a Ihrcc ame total of 582 as the uptownera beat Stage Door twice. His 237 was the high single. , ,

Hugo Mann, h i t a 600 plus total tor three games when the Sports­men dunked the Hoger Sherman boys. The team •was bulletcd by a 1S3 average in t h e absence ot Dave Hylenski, Otherwise . creditable scores were racked up with Frank AblondJ pinning 552 and Lou Zu-rawskl knocking down 571 maples.

The Wednesday night league a t the East Haveii Alleys did not roll on Wednesday night nor will they pin next Wednesday, Holiday mix-ups are causing the postponement.

The new Branford Bowline Cen­ter, owned by Mike "Vennett, h a s four new leagues already started. A church league, the American Steel and Wire Loop, the Atlantic Wire Company circuit and Car-nlak's Silver Dollar league.

Ing column and the fifth starter was impressive in his floor game and dcfeitslve work off the boards.

I^ir three quarters. Branford toyed wllh t h o N e w Haveners but in the last frame when, Sanipson made three substitutions, the T'l-ade School opened an offensive which cut a twenty point advantage to a sixteen poiiit margin at the game's end, . - '

Denting the cords most frequent­ly was freshn\an Joe Paul, Avho was credited wi th ,13, ,polnt3 most on ba.skpl.-i .woi'cd from inside on plays set by Cai)tala Lou Locarno, Ad Long and Tommy Pubcell, The leader was second n point behind while Lelir and, Purcell had ten apiece. Long, s ta t t lng for the first time this season had four points to his credit. ; -

Ralph Notaro and Wn.lt Rcmls-Eewskl led Bonrdman's belated drive and scored 12 and 10 points respectively to pace the visltoi-s.

Within a minute after the game had opened t b m Purcell sent the Hornets into the lead with a nifty side shot, Notaro evened the couni a t a all and Branford rushed the count for a dozen straight marks before Reml,5zowskl broke the ice In the last seconds of the period with a side shot. Tlie score a t the quarter 's end was 14 to 4 Bran­ford,

Lou Locarno started another scorins: splurge i n ' t h e second canto as ho dribbled Into the hoop for an easy basket and then passed to Lehr tor another. Purcell counted on a rebound before Brozek netted a one hclnd's ide s e t for the in­vaders. Long manuvcred Into the scoring cohunn • by dribbling the length ot the floor and Locarno with a long try 'and Lehr with a close Shot closed out lire Hornet scoring, sibby closed out the frame with a' hoop from underneath and contributed a char i ty toss when Locarno was detected fouling on the shot. The half time score had Branford leading, 20 to B,

jMthougli , both clubs motched hoops to open , the third stan'-ta, Purcell. .Paul, Lehr and Locarno smothered the Bonrdnian defense for seven str lght points and after RamlszcwskI connected on a pair of field goals, Long and Purcell combined I'or three quick counters. Bush ha.d hl.s basket advantage halved when Long-converted a foul t ry and Notaro rang down the third period ourtiilh with a pair of conversions: Branford led at the three quarter mark 3!) to 19,

f near wholesale substitution on the' par t of 'Coach Sampson nearly broke the hearts of the local fans and Boardman went into Its strong-

Branford Preps For Hoop Play With New Zest

Brantord basketball fans will note mnny changes la the style of the high .school .hornets when Bui-la rd- lkvcn Tech of BrldgciKJrt conies to the stale armory playing surface on Frit|ny night,

Lou Locarno, one of the premier forwards In higli school cli'cles a season ago w i U b e l n a guard posi­tion antl the InjUrett Addison Long, a good Ijlayninkcr, will be his runn­ing mate In the bnckoourt.

Joe Paul, a treshmnn sensation, who has tremendous |>rospedts will pi-obably be a t the center slot r e ­placing Wilbur Washington, who has yet to h i t his stride as a pivot man. Up front will be the rough BIttke Iiehr, who lias sliown' some flashes of i-cgninlng his fonn and a new face in an old athletic name Tommy Pm-cell. "Oie latter Is con­sidered a tine playmaker. J-Ie h a s been Impressive In shooting roles In recent starts.

The changes will give Sampson a unit which will be able to work In the manne r of thb local state cham­pions, four years ago. i n addition, Locarno's set sliootljig 'will give the

t s t offensive of the night and rack­ed up ten points while Wilbur .Washington dented Iho nets for 'a single hoop. After three minutes Sampson returned Lehr, Long and Paul to action and the game re­solved Into fast actioit with the honors about evoit over the reninlii-hiR distance.

The Horne ts spent a good por­tion ot the final throe minutes working pass pat terns designed to stall the game. Joe P a u l closed out the remaining fifty seconds by swishing a pair of inside efforts to end the scoring ,

Branronl Purcell, r.. ^ Lehr, f. Atkinson, t, Paul, c, Washington, o, Locarno, g, • Long Coleman

Total Boardmaii Trnilo

Sperry, £,' ' ' ' ' ' ' 0 Slbby, f, 1 Brozek, c. 2 -Notaro, f: 4 James, [. o Biish • 1 Mooney 1 Morgan 0 Remlzewskl 5

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Pflfffl Soven Snmpsonnwn a threat from the outside whloU Is second to none in Conneollcut sBhoolboy circles; T h e cnptnin llns iiot yet I'fcgnlned Ills speed .following the football BOJ cldont which benchod him with an nlifcle bono broken,In three places.

Btilliird Haven, utlltelng i t s h t l g h t took tho measure of East Haven hlBli ten days ngo after a tight three qimrtera.

l^ldny'a Rimic vlU be tlio Inst previous to the npiienrnnce here of Stonington lIlRh on December 28,

The latter combine, perennially one or the bolter clnia B teains. Is reported londed this scDSon and will be one of tlio fastest and tallest; teams. Brantord meet,'! this year.

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THE BnANFORP REVIEW.:. EAST gAVEH KEWS Thivrs(la.y, Dwembcr 22, 1049

Mr, and Mrs. Charles Sotiolcwskl are apcndlng the holidays with both Mr. Sobolewslsl's parenUf, Mr. and Mi's. Bobolewskl ot Rus.sel.1 SUcel/ and Mrs. Bobolcwsld'a parents Mr and Mi's, Holcomb ot HotohkLsa

Orove, Mr. Sobalcwskl Is attcndtni; OlarkBOn CollCRc at, Pottsdatn, N. V.

Ml*. MfttlhcW McCuba Is spendlni; the holidays with his parents. Mr. McCuba. attends Clarkson College.

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= I urgRd to be careful and cxcrelae caution througliout the coming lioll ilay», In a Joint Btatement Issued this i-wco*k by Olilcf Edwin Priest oC the-East Haven Police Department and Captain Leo V, Mdrawsky of the Branford Police Department.

Both men pointed to a recent statement ot Hie HlghTvay Safety Commission In lilBhllghtlng their safety counsel ,

Between 36 and 40 violent deaths will bo recorded during the last 13 day.i of December, from Monday, tlie.lfith, t i and Including Saturday, the 3lst, according to a .itate survey by the Highway Safety CommlEslon. About • 10 of these deaths -will be charged to motor vehicle mishaps. Remainder will bo caused by falls la the hom*o and Injuries from, out­door aotlv.lllcs.

"Approximately 1800 reportable irollle accidents will be caused dur­ing- the 13-day period remaining this month," stated Director Will­iam M, Greene ot the Safety Com.

mission. "About 575 persons will be Injured In tracnc accldenta and ap­proximately 10 killed. It will be ex­traordinary to have less than that number sacrificed and not unusual to have more. It Is Impossible to es­timate probable accident experi­ence of all types. There arc no sta­tistics covering mishaps In the home, at work, at play and else­where to support estimates such as can be made with confidence re­garding trafno."

Forty-flvo violent death."! were charged to the closing 13 days of December last year, according to the Highway Safety Commission's .survey. December 24 and 30 wore high -with six deaths each, Christ, mas Day and December 20 were low with one accidental death each.

Garden Notes'

A A HEARTY AND JOYOUS :

: CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY:

NEW YEAR FOR ALL

At the recent Christmas party of the Short Beach • Sunahlnersi

NORTH -WIND Over tho frozen courthouse clock And Iron streefe and ponds of gla-ss And gardens bare and hard as

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.Flower of the Nativity, the Christmas Polnscttla Is a symbol ot good nelghborllness. Originating In Mexico, It Is known there as the flower ot the Nativity.

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Ihc'TrTembefs were very much en- bright glos-sy-green leaves Is one tcrtalned.by the sjlrlled rendition of the easiest plants to grow In-ot "Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reln-l deer", by Chris Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Peterson. Chris Is surely on his way to be an operatic star. ,

Mr. Carl Marsh, son of Mr, and Mrs. Whitney L Marsh ot South Main Street, Is spending the Christ­mas holidays with his parents. Mr. Marsh attends Dartmouth College.

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Silver and white spruce branches sprinkled with "snow", white can­dles, silver bolla, reindeer, all con' tribute to an elTectlvc Christmas mantel arrangement.

A miniature tree for the Christ­mas dinner table can be made In no lime at all. Cut chicken wire to forini a cone and pack tightly with mos.?. Insert short evergreen bran­ches Into the inoss ranging from 4 to 8 Inches. 0BC tho smaller ones for the top and work down to the base gradually. Set the finished tree In a low bowi or shallow pla-l ter and add water a.? needed to keep the moss clamp and prevent needles from laUlng. Tiny golden bells or little red and white pep­permint canes fastened to the twigs will complete the festive pic­ture. New varieties of roses will be tested at Gage Park, Topeka, Kan., making the 19th official rose gard­en lor trial work In the country. Under this .system which has been carried on for a decade, new roses arc grown and tested tor a period of two years. Only those meeting the rigid standards achieve the coveted designation of All Ameri­can Hose Selection.

To feed birds this winter, feeding stations well stocked with varied fare should be located In strategic positions where one can observe the birds.

Bird feeders arc timely, and al­ways welcome as a present. You can buy a hanging automatic seed feeder, a small or large window sill (coder, a squirrel proof hang­ing seed feeder, the metal dome-shaped root over the casy-to-vlew seed holder and feeding tray tilts and spills the soiulrrel tliat tries to rob or annoy the feeding birds. A stabilizer, under the feeder pre­vents It from excessive swaying.. A large weather vane feeder,can be purohsacd.

Bli'd houses arc another good glEt choice; There are many kinds, ranging from 32 tor a wren house to $6,25'for a flicker house.

weather vanes have long been a popular Christmas gift and come in many attractive forms, roosters, boats, seagulls and many others/

"IX HAPPENS EVERY YEAW Another Christmas will be here

Tlie ihood is in the air A happy smile, a lonely tear.

A mothers liusli "Beware."

I h e oldej children, playing coy, "With adult know it all,

Look forward, dreaming of a toy The last that they'll recall.

Yes, Santa will receive a list About this lime of year;

With pencil in a tiny fist A child win call him "Deer".

Then, "Santa don't forget this time I wrote to you before

The doll you brought cost Just a dime

Tlie one I want costs more."

And. Fathers always'seem to think, "The dog-gone thing a Joke, <

Enough to drive a man to drink. You folks have got me broke."

But, Mother goes her happy way; She .shops from morn till night.

And dear old Daddy has to pay Begardless of his plight.

Wllllani R. Burns

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Legal Notice DISTRICT OF ' BRANFORD, ss. PROBATE COURT, December 3rd, 1949. Estate ot MARY E. SCHENOK late

ot Branford, in said District deceased.

The Court of Probate for the District ot Branford, hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof, for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement Those who neglect to present their accounts properly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All person In-debeted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to

Louis B. Zacher •William M. Scher»ck

Executors Address: 25 Kent Street

Hartford, Conn. 12-29

FOR SALE—DACHSHUND,' fe­male, red, house broken, regis­

tered, 6 months, wonderful person­ality, will hold until Christmas. Loebrldge Farm, Bethany.

REMODELING and ALTERING of Women's and Men's clothing. We specialize in Rellnlng, Re­pairing, Refitting and Remodel­ing the clothes In your wardrobe you no longer can wear. Towno Clothes, 291 Main Street, East Haven.

HOUSES FOR SALE

DISTRICT OF BRANFORD, ss.l PROBATB COURT, December 6th, 1949 Esta te ot CARMINE OAVALIARO

late of Branford, in said District, deceased.

The Court of Probate for t h e District of. Branford, ha th limited and allowed six mon ths from the date hereof, for t h e creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for set t lement, Those who neglect to present their accounts properly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All persons indebted to said Estate are r e ­quested to make Immediate pay­ment to

Ju l i a Cavallaro, Administratrix Address: 303 Main St.

Branford 12-22

HAYco*ck POINT—BRANPOBD

Shore Fron t summer residence with private beach. Adaptable for year round use. Large porches. 12 rooms. (5-5-2) Fireplaces, 2 full baths, 2 ex t ra lavs. 3 sleeping porches. Pul l basem*nt . Triple garage, etc. Magnificent view of Thimble Islands. Ask for Allan Loeb. , ^

S. LOEB & SON Est. 1908

"Super-market for Homes" (11 Brokers)

Tel. 7-4275 lOa Elm St.

LEGAL NOTICES

DISTRICT OP BRANFORD, ss. PROBATE COURT, December 2nd, 1949 Estate o t EDWARD POSTER

HAMMOND late of Branford, In said District, deceased.

The Court ot Probate for t h e District of Branford, h a t h limited and allowed six mon ths from t h e date hereof, for t h e creditors ot said estate to exhibit their claims for sett lement. Those who neglect to present their accounts properly attested, within said time, will be debarred £t recovery.. All persons Indebted t o said Estate are r e ­quested to. make Immediate pay­m e n t to

"Mary E. Manchester, " Administratrix

Address: 205 Church Street, New Haven 9, Conn. 12-22

The Women's Democratic Club will meet on Wednesday, January 4th a t the Academy. A Christmas party will also be held, Each mem ber is asked t o bring a 50c gift tor the grata bag

Mrs. Ambrose P. McGowan Is cha i rman and Mrs. John Holmes, co-chairman. Other committee members are the Mrs. Anthony Domkowskl, Bernard Erickson,

Lcharlos Callahan. Michael Ferrelll, and Miss'Genevieve Loyle.

An Executive board meeting of t h e Women's Democratic Club will be held on Wednesday, the '28 th a t t h e home of Mrs. Charles Callahan, First Avenue, Hotchkiss Grove.

DISTRICT OF BRANFORD, ss. PROBATE COURT December 9th, 1949. Es ta te of FLORENCE K. GRIN.

NELL late ot Branford, In said Dis­trict, deceased.

T h e Court of Probate lor the District of Branford, h a t h limited and allowed six months from the date hereof, the creditors ot said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement.. Tliose who neglect to present their accounts properly a t ­tested, within said time, will be de ­barred a recovery. AH persons In­debted to said Estate are requested to make Immediate payment to

Edward S. Grlnnell J r . Executor

Address. 117 Main Street Short Beach, Conn, 12-29

DISTRICT OF BRANFORD ss. PROBATE COURT, December: 12, 1949 Estate of EDGAR G. STOCK-

WELL, late ot Shattsbury, Vermont, owing property In Branford In said district, deceased.

The Executor having exhibited his administration account with said estate to this Court for al­lowance, it Is

ORDERED—That the 29th day o£ December A.D. 1949 at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at the Probate Office in Branford, be and the same is as­signed for a hearing on the allow­ance of said administration account with said estate, and this Court directs Flora K. Goldsmith to cite all persons Interested therein- to appear at said time and place, by publishing this order in some news­paper published In New Haven County and having a circulation In said district, and by posting a copy on the public sign-post in the Town of Branford where the deseased last dwelt. , . . ,

By the Court: -Flora K. Goldsmith

12-29 ' Clerk

Miss Joan Roth ot Bryant College, Providence, R. I. • Is spending her Christmas vacation with her par­ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth of Falrlawn Avenue.

BULLARDS Open Thursday Till 9 P.M.

CLOSED MONDAY Open Other Days 9:30 fo 5:45

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DISTRICT OP NEW HAVEN, SS. PROBATE COURT, December' 6, 1949. Estate of MARGARET M. HICK-

EY la te of New Haven In said Dis-trlet, deceased.

In pursuance of an order of Hon. James A. Shanley, Judge ot the Court of Probate tor the Dis­trict of New Haven, notice is he re ­by given t h a t said Court h a t h lim­ited a n d appointed six months from the da te hereof for the cred­itors of the said deceased to bring in the i r claims against said estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will b e de ­barred.

All persons Indebted to said es­tate a re requested to make Imme­diate payment to

Mar tha H. Woodruff, Administratrix

Address; 52 Monroe St. New Haven 13, Conn. 1-5

DISTRICT OF NEW HAVEN, ss. PROBATE COURT, December 2nd, 1949. Estate of ANNA ELIZABETH EN-

RIGHT late of New Haven In said District, deceased.

In pursuance of an order of Hon. James A. Shanley, Judge of the Court of Probate lor the. District ot New Haven, notice is hereby given that said Court hath limited and appointed six months from the date hereof for the creditors of the said deceased to bring In their claims against said estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred.

All persons Indebted to said es­tate are requested to make imme­diate payment to - .

Joseph EnrJght • Administrator d.b.n.c.t.a. Address 180 Chatham St.

New Haven, Conn, c-o Raymond J. Doyle

Attorney at Law. 185 Church .§treet . ; , New Haven, Conn. 12-23

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Combined With The Branford Review EAST HAVEN, CONNECTICUT, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1949

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FACT FINDING GROUP EXPLAINS ACTIONS TO EAST HAVEN PUBLIC

The Fact Finding Committee] wishes to acquaint the Momauguln residents ot lis activities since their conference with the Public UtilllSes Commission on September 14,

At this conference the committee accompanied by Attorney Edward L.'Reynolds, presented all of the facts and figures which were gathered by the members of the committee since his appointment by the residents Maroli 22. Repre' .scntatlves of the Conn—""" Company were also present.

The Connecticut Company was requested by the Commission to present a-complete survey of the Momauguln line made by traffic experts. Until November 30tfi tlo word had been'received from the Utilities Commission until a letter was sent to Attorney Reynolds stating that the Connecticut Com pany had not forwarded any In formation since the conference and that • the , Commission was taking the matter up with the Connecti cut Company to determine what progress had'been made.

The secretary of tlie Pact Find­ing Committee was Instructed to write to the Commission on Decem­ber 3 asking them whether or not they had set a time limit on the survey. An. answer was received to this letter on December 9 stating that no time limit had been set.

.' Howevery the commission stated they had recently received a letter from the Connecticut Company con­cerning they study, which stated that at the present time a survey is being made by.a firm of traffic engineers and stated that In the past week it furnished additional

• information requested. They also added that the report had been de­layed due to other work on which

: these experts had been engaged.

Safety Board Names Three T o Fire Posts

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' Police Chief Edivln Priest asks all to use an clement of precaution in driving next week-end. I t a handy idea to have a non imbiber around to drive, h e thinks, since most ot t h e ' accidents a r c caTised l)y the other fellow anysvay.

T h a t was a nice party they held a t t he Town Hall, strictly tor the staff last. Friday. Concluded a t the Foxon Towne House.

. They were talking in Mumauguln yesterday. about lilacs budding hi Maine. Up pops Joe Maiicu.so with a branch of tho same spring llowering t^ush and, doggone it, h is was also r ight i n his own back yard.

I t s rumored around t h e Momau­guln section t h a t a street light Is being readied for Seaview Avenue. Area sure needs some Illumination.

• Parisiitioneis of the Clirisb Church in East Haven will enjoy t h e new tlobr coaling of paint placed there th i s week by the rector Rev. .Mtrcd, Clark and some ot the boys of the parish. ,

Through an. oversight Tlie News neglected to carry t h e Christmas

' Services. for Christ Church last ThuMday.. I t was particulai: lyd!s-

. tressful'%''1:he edlKir; who, realiz­ing the effort the churches put for th for Christmas, le t the haste of a late edition hurry him and the -linotypers into the error of not having t h e Story set. I t is with the humblest chagrin, t ha t we ask the pardon of all East Haven readers a n d hope that our error did not In­convenience them.

Actually their church service was inspiring. Christmas Eve, the church vras tr tatmid In green a n d lire candles placed about Uic church

At a regular meeting of the Board ' -., , ,of Safety, held in the Town Hall on Cotinectiout Tuesday evening, three East Haven

Imen. all prominently Idcntitlcd with the Fire Depar tment of the town were named to the newly created posts of Assistant Fire Chiefs.

Named First Assistant Fire Chief was Thomas J . Hayes captain of the Branford-Mano'r Fire Department in Momauguln.

Selected Second Assistant Fire Chief was James Mlnelmn of the Poxon Fire Department.

The Tlilrd Assistant Fire Chief named was" Fred Redding, captain of Riverside Fire Department.

All tliree men have outstanding service In the town's fire fighting forces,

T h e creation of the new posts came as a surprise to most ot the town since no Inkling h a d been given t h a t the .matter was t o come before the gathering,

A spokesman who at tended the meeting said Wednesday tha t the session wa,i exceedingly long.

Ernest Hansen of the^East Haven Department .Is the town's Fire Chief.

Momauguln Lodge Communication

Listed Tuesday The regular stated communication

ot Momauguln lodge No 138 A. F. & A. M. will be held on Tuesday Night January 3, 1950 at 7:30 P. M. at which time the new staff of offIcfcrs elected at the last meeting will be installed. ... , , , . ' : . . ; , .. ;

The olflceraHb'.be'iiistalled in ­clude'Arthur Hanson as '^orshlptul Master; CUftdrdL, Weaver, senior warden; Bertel- B. .Klookers, Junior Warden; Lewis H. Beldlng, Treasur­er; Winchester. M. Andrews, secre­tary and Richard H. Mann as Trustee for three years.

The installing officers will be George E. Munson, Deputy Grand Master; Edward W. Lceper, Deputy Grand Marshall and Henry P. Leeper, Deputy .Grand Chaplain.

A banquet to be served by Princess Chapter O. E. S. No. 70 at 6:30 P.M. will precede the Installation cere­monies and win be In charge " Clifford I Weaver.

Joint Meeting May Result In Zone Changes

A probable Increase in Induslrlnl zoning sites in East Haven was for cast this week with tlie announce- j ment that the Plannliig Commission I will meet with the Zoning Commis­sion, early next week.

Although both units are currently engaged In actively enticing new buslnciscs to the town, both realize that East Haven's capacity for housing industrial plants In limited. First Selectman Frank S. Clancy announced Tuesday,

The "town's chief executive at­tributed the holiday.s tor the ab' acnoo of a reply from State Highway Commissioner, G. Albert Hill, on the results 0 tthe meeting held at his office,..shortly after Tlianksglving Day. Tlie town's Planning Com­mission and other national and state ..and town figures appeared there In the town's behalf.

Several firms have expressed an Interest over the prospects ot es­tablishing Industrial houses within East Haven limits once certain questions, principally concerned with transportation have been decided dctlbltely.

In the meanwhile next week's Joint ses.iton is anticipated among the townspeople, who realize the Importance ot having lively, clean and growing industries settle here.

M. Anastasio Is Chairman Of Polio Drive

Mr. J. nnnk Bean, New Haven County Director of the March of Dimes Campaign has appointed Mr. Mathow Aiiastnslo »s Enst Unven chairman ot the National Foundation for Irifantllo Paralysis Fund CnmpalEii.

The Fund-raising activities of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis In 1950 will be, by all adds, the most Important ever undertaken in twelve years ot March of Dimes history

Through the efforts ot thousands of volunteer workers and the

BOOSTER CLUB PLANS AID TO YOUTH IN NEW DRIVE FOR MEMBERS

Elaine Barbary Chosen Winner Of DAR Award

Tile .senior dads has voted Elaine Barbary as D. A, B, girl for 1050. according to the Comet, East Hav­en's High School paper. . Elalile from 3(1,4 has been an ac­tive memlicr ot her class since her freshman days. This- small, dark haired girl is in many school organ Izatlons including cheerleaders, tfaC flc squad, varslty.shows, dance oom-mlttees, buslnes3~inanage> of' the Comet buslne.ss board and the re­cent magazlne...drlve. She la also President o£ the 'National Honor Society. ' ' . ..

Elaine's classmates picked three seniors girls. Ot the top three the members of bhoi faculty. choso the most deserving ,bf the title "'Daugh­ter, ot the American Revolution."

Qualities^ lor; this title are De­pendability, Service, Leadershlp-and | Patriotism The election was to pick East Haven's Good Citizen,

This year the wlhixlng girl for the'state'will receive a $100 War

East Haven Will Hail New Year In M a n y W a y s

The celebration of New Year's will be mostly one ot house parties although several district flrehouscs are planning welcomes for their membership and guests.

The house parties follow the trend established in recent years.

The Protestant Churches are planning Walchnlght Services, for the most part, and several'hundred: Bond from the Natlbrial Society,

' ' ' "-"' —•'«—-•" »"•>•"''I Daughters ot American Revolution."

USO Cainpaigti Asks Local Help

generosity of millions of Americans in all forty eight slates, the Na­tional Foundation has done a good Job. It has helped to pfty for medical caro ot upwords of 120,000 polio patients, sponsored 740 scien­tific research and education projects, trained over 2,000 dOotora, nurses and other professional work­ers through fellowship and scholar shljjs in the last dozen years.

Vet despite the largest Moroh' of Dimes receipts in our history • In .1949, there was not enough to con­tinue caring tor patients In 1040 without an emergency appeal. •

Polio has been rising In, recant years. During 1948 there wore 27,-cordcd since 1910. At this writing 894 cases, tho largest number re-the 1949 case load gives signs ot being even. higher. And many thousands stricken In 1848 still arc In need ot financial assistance for medical care. Hospital costs have risen sharply, Every available dollar In reserves accumulated In previous years, both locally and nationally, has been sought to meet the cost of patient care in 1049.

At the same time the greatest expansion In scientific research of any year since 1038 has taken place. We ore nearer today to a .solution to infantile paralysis than ever bolore —it only we have the money with which to prcs^ ahetid, . I Our,two main tasks grow In­creasingly expensive tno nibro successfully thuy ate ' perforniodi thus' our reserves dwindle. Tho re­sults of the 1950 March of Dimes will determine whether "'" - " " ""

In nil effort to .stimulate a greater inleroat In high school athletics,

I around Avhlch « town's sporting I .spirit is Bcnornlly built, the East Haven Booster Club is presently

i making arrangements to conduct a town—wide meetlnR In the high school cafeteria Wednesday, —on. 11 nt 8 p, M.; It Is no secret that there could be more adult* Inter-

TlieEast Haven Fire Department est In what goes on when the varl-wlU start preparing for lis tlftleth! oils high school teams go Into.com-annlversary when the tire boys petition Because attendance Is^so gather In the center lire house next Important in contributing to .the IMBsdny for a regular meetlnE. i tltianclng of these tettmsrhlgh__ , Chief Ernest llniiaon Is one of n committee which has been named to look Into the prolhnlnary as-

Town Firemen To Celebrate

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Lowell Bruno Wins Prize Quiz

On Thursday afternoon, Decem­ber 22, the annun.1 prize quiz of the Social Science I class at the East Haven High School was held. This quiz is held at the conclusion of a unit of work on local, and state history and government.

Prize winners this year were Lowell Rubin, first and Vincent Bruno, second.

The judges were Mr. William E. Gllils, superintendent of schools, Mr. Carl H. Garvin, principal of the High School and Mr. Harry K. Mack, East Haven Hlglr ' School graduate and now/a student at Cornell Universijy.'i.l

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur J . Patterson of 39 Deerfleld Stret announce the engagement'ot their daughter Joan Elaine, to Mr, Lawrence Colley, son ot Mrs. Colley of 88 Dodge Avenue.

ot.the .faithful wJU gather to speiid the ' opening'minutes.•',o£.:dihe.<TsreW' Year to'rellglous'qUleu, '"'-

A survey Of most,of the central restaurants . reveals that the pro­prietors will be content with an open house but other establish­ments, especially those who cater to the nightlife classes, are setting up cover prices from two dollars up, Tlie general average will be about four dollars a person and will in­clude a meal, hats, favors and noise-makera.

Although the Catholic Churches are planning no special observance such as midnight Masses, it has been stressed that those of the faith will be obliged to attend Mass on New Year's Day, a Holy Day of Obligation.

One of the biggest parties is slated for the clubrooms ot the Harry Bartlett Post, , American Legion, where a dance will be held. Reservations can still bo made by calling Hiram Meyers or Joseph O'Connor. -

. Another party Is slated for River­side where the fire department will conduct its annual affair. Tickets may be procured 'by calling Mrs. Rudy Illig or Stanley Johnson.

Police Chief Edwin Priest urged motorists to be careful again this year. The excellent record of the state in avoiding fatlllltles Is at stake he said, and sane driving win help keep East Haven's record clean." ' •' •'

. He .advLsed jinyoncwho Imbes to secure trie serviced of a non-drinker to avoid possible trouble. The slO' gari tor the evening should be sob' er and sane motor vehicle opera­tion.

peels ot tho tea lure. Other committee members will be

named Tuesday nlRlU Hansen said, Wedncsdav.

In the half century history ot tho local organization only three other men have held the, post of Fire Chief. Hansen is the fourth.

The,others wore Chiefs Hagaman, Wllloughby and Pave,

In the rcadlnRroom of the build­ing which houses most of tho town's fire equipment, many plcecs'of old time -•apparatus are on exhibition. It Is expected that it will bo shown' as one of the features ot the cele­bration.

Other details will be deckled on at a later date.

East Haven Gardeners Give Christmas Trees To Children's Ward

The Qnrdcn Club of East Haven furntihod three Christmas trees for the Chlldrcn'.s ward of the New Havon , Hospital , when- I t . was brought to their at tention t h a t th i s year Christmas t r ees would be a l ­lowed In th hospital. ,The members also' (hade metallic, decoratloias for tho trees and furnished the usual

gun westerners flaunt their cap weapons with daring oyer the r ight handed draw homljres and , the oldsters smile—they were young once themselves.

^ e r e ' l ^ h t S T r r o m ' t h V c a n d l e which I ^ ' ^ c iicw families have recently I came from the Bethlchani Church "J*"'^'' T ' " J ' ' ^* , " ' ^ ' " " - . " T - J"""

- .. ^. ,,_,.„ „ , iv!„„,i „ i ,„ i r l"Irs . John Germls and their two of the Nativity. The combined choir of Clirlst Church artd the Momaii- , guin Rlission did wonderful work with t h e carols a n d Christitufs musfc, They were ably directed by Organist, yictor G. Richer, Jr.

Two -new developments In store for the people of t h e Momouguin area, we are told, A new corpora­t ion is being formed to erect and sell four, room houses in the five thousand dollar class field, ' The second project will be t h e establ lshmedtof a Momouguin Civic Association In tha t area . I t is ex­pected lliat over one hundred people ^vill Join the organization oilce its details a r e announced. The Association wUl be pat terned a l t e r t h e Saltonstall Civic Associa

b»ys are a t their own house 154 South End Road. They were former­ly West HaveneRt

Mr. and Mrs. Neal Vegllante and their boy aged two, and girl, aged three are living in their own home at 100 South End Road. Were form­erly from Hamden. '

Mr. and Mis. Uichard Goering a re living in their own home a t 174 South End Road. They have two sons, six a n d three, ' and once lived in Blnghanton, N. Y,

Mr. and Mrs. George Coleman arc now in their own home, a t 67 S a n -ford Street. Former New Haveners, they have a girl three years old.

Mr. and Mrs. 1 . Borrows ' and

High Students Are Advised Of

Scholarships

^^ \^f=^'^^^ns^y ^^^^^JitS^^ successful, iJid you.' ever see so many budd­

ing cowboys and girls in our town? Seemc like every youngster got fancy boots with high heels.' The kids -with'tied down holsters" Bet the nod'over the youngsters who refuse to play tor a fast draw. Two

living i Bethany.

Its time for resolutions. We'll try

Two $2,800 scholarships to Rens­selaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy N. Y., awarded annually through the Connecticut chapter of the Rens'scler Alumni Association, are in the hands this year of a 10-man committee headed by George H. Schneider,. 10 Hotchkiss PI., Tor-rlngton. .'.- '

The. scholarships, covering full tuition costs tor a tour year course, are open to Connecticut high and preparatory school seniors who have established good' scholastic a'rid' leadership records. The com­mittee will also award the $350 an­nual scholarship awarded In honor ot Samuel J. Miller, K, Consicctlcut man who graduated from the In­stitute In 1937.

Application blanks may be obtained from principals of Bran­ford and East Haven High Schools.

strong support and endorsem*nt by the nation's leading veteran or­ganizations and military depart­mental commanders have been pledged tor the 1950 USO campaign, A. R. Williams,. associate director of tho Connecticut United Service Organteationa, anounccd this week.

Americaii Legion Commander, George N. Craig, pointed out In hla endorsem*nt, t;hat tho Legion "would be- less than grateful if we did not support the efforts of USO to serve those our fellow citizens who are-helping to win the peace and protect the liberties which, were won at such high cost."

Clyde A. Lewis,. commander In chief ot the Veterans of Foreign Wars, stated, "Today there is even greater need for USO. Peace Is the order of the day, But the fact re­mains that American has been compelled to keep some 1,000,000 men and women In the Armed Forces, most of whom are under 21; have never seen action; and are away from'homeand fomily for the first time In t ^ i r lives."

National Adjutant for the Disabl­ed American 'VeteraMs, Vivian D. Corbly, saId,"We are..devotpd t(>,tlje needs ofAhe 2,500,000 woi^nded and •dlsdbl»d'''mon who - :S(irved In the cause ot freedom. The DAV, there­fore, has particular appreciation and warm regard for that portion of USO work which is carried on through the Army, Navy, and Veterans Hospitals."

Other endorsem*nts came 'from the Catholic . War Veterans; the Jewish War Veterans, the veterans Administration, the U, 8. Army, the Department ot the Air Force, the U,. 8. Marine Corps Headquarters, the Secretary of the Navy, the U. B. Maritime Commbsion and the U. S. Coast Guard. .• • . ,

Williams pointed out that the u s e funds being raised nationally for USO clubs,and religious, re­creational and welfare services, "will provide entertainment for veterans at »the Newlngton Hospital," as- well,a.s.for 120 other mlUtaiy' hospitals throughout the u. s. • •

lull speed ahead. This message written, by

rO'Conhbr.ijeiesldent.ot.'yhe Natlohr: ftl Foundation for' Infantile • Par? alysls. Is printed to Ihsplro people In East Haven to support the com-, inltteb with renewed enthusinsm.

Tho East Haven committee knows you win waiit to cooperate and con­tribute even more generously than you have In the past, so wo may reach now heights of service and discovery.

; " J i •„„" an confections associated\wlth Christ-ling of the entire Board. r wo i.un Bu mastlde, Chairmen soiling on thc,ing the responsibllty of

B'nfllllcommltioo wore Mrs. Earlo -R. vjflmes, Mrs. John P. 'Barclay .and

Mi-s. John E. crouhtey. tlils-actlyuy rocoived favorable comment from Miss Pauline:' v.. Kunimor of the Children's Service. •

Tlie Hagamun Memoi;lal Library wos appropriately and' beautifully decorated by Mrs. Arthui- W.'Hann-away and Mrs. Robert :BauersfRld, J r . • '

Tho club al.TO contributed to the Camp and Hospital Fuixd, ^

school students carrying the Bdlk of the load, an attempt to excite and hold the attention and Interest of tho older clement Is the object of the January IIth session, .

Recently, two Booster Club mem­bers met with several faculty mom-bors of the high school.to Investig­ate the possibilities ot enlisting the aid of tho Booster Club and others who might bfi' intcrcatcd in creat­ing the sjilrt needed to provide better attendances at tho-various sports events. The plaii of the Booster Club delcgatea mot with complete satlstoctlon ot the faculty members, who agreed that a group of this type would be of Immeasurc-ablc benefit to any high school. I t was decided at this informal meet­ing that as many high school alumni as possible would bo con-jtacted by mall, or otherwise, to a t -Itond a later meeting which Would be thrown open to tho public. Then, ut this time more concrete plans would be formulated, and efforts be made to create a peawanent or­ganization to further the Initiative taken at this point.

An appeal has boon made to tho Building Committee of the Board of Education for use of the high school cafeteria tor - subsequent monthly mecttags. Tho Building ComnilWeo has felt It its duty to re­frain from grantlnK this use to date, but win refer the application for conaldexBtlon at the tioxt moct-

Apprcclat-overscelng

ClassBookWins Prize For Last Year's^eniors

The lfl40'crs Pioneer has won a first place rating in comparison with other yearbooks in Its olaas, the December Issue of the Comet told the high sc'l;°?^?,*"''«J^„J?: cently, A group ot Judges cornpace books and rate them accMdmgly. Suggestions are made for the im­provements and many Bood points

flXSS^bSJuTbf/n'theVRVvTDuane-HaU^^^^^^^^ nrsi piace your uuu_ ^^_ u„„t=lB,,B ig survived by oiie';son, Charles

of Bast Havon; two grandchildren, Mrs. Robert Hartmaii and Mrs. Kelly Owlnn; two great .Braod-i children. Friends raaji callfnf-rtncj funeral parlors Frldajtlrom'T Id ' " prjii'. IntiBrmeht^llKir •- ''•'»'

Mathilda Miller Dies Following

Lengthy Illness The death of MathllOii M. Auch

Miller, wife of the late 'Charles H. Miller Br. of 63 Bradley Avenue, oc­curred yesterday after a long Ill­ness. Mrs. Miller, who was 00 years ot age yesterday has been a resi­dent of East Haven fojr 23 years. She was a collector of antiques tor several years. ' }

Funeral services will bo held Sat­urday at 2 o'clock In Sthe funerol parlors of W. S, Clanow & Sons Fu­neral Parlor, Klrkham/Avenue. The

SANTA'S GIRL

top 15 pel-cent of the yearbooks Judged in the nation. The 40'crs had'Abner Natkliis as Edltor-ln-

I Chief, . L , In lookhig through the book the 'Judges ."rtoundU that the '.end pages were ivcrj' o^iffetlvciftho tbalartelng was good, coverage -of an dopart-mehtsi was well done, .the paper and cover used appropriately. They dedicated that: the book was above average In Its coverage as a per­manent record ot school aotlvltica.

Suggestions for' an ever better book wore; to illustrate History (If possible), highlights of a'ssBmbllcs, varsity show and school calendar.

' FIRST CIIILH Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Armlnlo

ot Mona Avenue, Branford, an­nounce the birth'of a boy, their first child, Anthony, Jr., In Grace Hospital on Tuesday, December 27. The baby weighed 9'/a pounds at birth.

Mrs. Armlnlo is the former Anna Amarante of 117 Hamilton i Street •New .Haven, She was previously as­sociated at Holcombe's Drug Store East' Haven, of which her brother Phil Amarante la proprietor. '-

Mr. Armlnlo is the owner of Tony's Barber Shop, located at 177 Main Street, East Haven. .- .

greel} Cemetery. In Ever

Carol Sing Successful

Despite Rain

BsiSiiisis^' this one prosperou? New Xear.

Santa Claui and t h e stork Joined forces on Christmas 3>ay when they dclivcd a .six pound Clirislmas bundle for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur V. DaCosta of 43 IIlg3i Street, East Haven, to St. Raphael's Hospi ta l ,

The baby sirl, Claudia Lucilla, is t h e couple's first /bhild; Mrs. DaCkisla is the io rmer Pauline Barker, flaughter of Thi rd Select­man a n d Mrs, Frank Barker of 5'Urc Avenue.

the state.

The parishioners ot ^Old Btonc Church will again welcome ^|ic New-Year with a Communion,and Wor-'shlp service. It was anr^ounced this week. The celebration will follow the same general Idea so well re­ceived a year ago.

Folks will gather In the gyih for singing and fellowship a t ,10:00 ,P M. Then a t 11:30 they will go to the Sanctuary for a comniunloti and worship service. At the stroke of twelve, everyone takes communloii together. After, this brief p«FVlo«, everyone returns to the gym • for

a glorious feed.

Weather and a basketball game kept most of an expected crowd away from the Community ', Carol Sing in front of the Town HaJliast Frdlay but the two hundredi who gathered there were- thrilled', over the singing. Particularly dellf^htful was the voice of Louise CretcUa, local soprano who attends ) tho Hartt School of Music In Hartford Miss Cretelte was heard. In twoisolo numbers. J .

Youthful volpcs of the sophom*ore and trcshrnan lee clubs led thef as­sembled ones In the singing. Silent Night to the accompaniment of the new chimes played from Ithc organ of the Old 'Stone Church, gave a beauty to the scene wlilch was hard to picture or describe.' v

Mrs. Marie Vlengo was the ac­companist for Miss Cretella and the glee club was under the dlrcc-: tor of the supervisor ot music, Mrsj Wllhclmlna Strandberg. :. .. ':

The following morning . several hundred ot tho town's children! voted the annual-ChHsttrias party. of the Chamber of Commerce, the' outstanding pre-Chrlstmas event.

Theaftair was held, as usual, in the Capitol .Tlieater and featured an all cartoon, show after Sarita. paid his visit to tho fcl'ddles. AH

the welfare of the high school building, it is the eohBensus -of opinion of tlioso awaro of the bdno-tlts of this proposed group, that In­asmuch as tho high school teams' will greatly benefit from their ef­forts, that the Building Committee would be less apprehensive about tho usage of the cofoterla by this groiup. It is sincerely hoped that tho actions of the. Booster Club, along with others who have signified their Intentions of cooperation, are not to be misconstrued as being un­worthy ot the backing ot the entire town. As from the day ot Its or­ganization, the Booster Club still wishes to be,known as a group ready at all time? to assist and co­operate with any-others to promote and foster better conditions, both In sports and welfare, tor tho youth of the town. It was with this polat in mind that the Booster Club is solicitous of'the assistance of the Board of Education, high school alumni and older,men,of the .town to help create ttn organization ready and able to provide that spark so vital to the splritvot the many high school athletes. In' competition. Be­sides being tjie.spirit behind these events, other;functions would be on tho agenda, .>puch aa sponsoring banquets for' the,- teams,. awarding trophies or dpecial tokens lor, ac-complishmen)a.. find many, other

a.l!^.^-\ptP,ortant decdsi These

..vCBTDI/tB^ri'OrlKWl'srbitRo t% but'','ieenflngly'small, to tho older generation,'

For the,matter ot comparison, about 150 young boys ranging from the ages' of nine to 15 years, par­ticipated in a supervised baseball league this past summer, through the cftorts of a mere handful ot men. There was a. minimum of de­lay or contusion in conducting this league, mainly because of the pre­sence of a town-financed play­ground director, who gave • his whole-hearted support and coopera­tion. On. tho other hand, -with, the possibility ot a large organization, the degree ot accomplishments can be multiplied tenfold,

Ihe Boaster Club. Just beciusc Its Iptcrcst Is presently directed to­ward the high school, wlH jcon-thiuc to engage In activity for the young boys as In the past.

Next week's Issue of the, HEWS will carry further Information about tho proposed January meet­ing. AH former high school students are urged to make some effort to be on hand. Fathers of boys who are now participating In tilgh Bchooi sports aro also asked to attend.

PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE Bcca.use of the obscrviiMce" oC

New Year's on January 2, tlj* reg­ular- meeting of the Public Health Nursing Association of EastiHitvtin will be held on Monday evening, January 9 at 8:00 In the Town Hall,

were presented with memcfttoes of th6 occasion, candy, popcorn, etc.

Children from aU . sections, of , East Haven were present Iricludlng J those from Momauguln nntj Foxon,

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