Edward Schnopp files for office of Selectman
has 'Murray, the from high the cent per Miss 300 23 Three Seeking Selectmen Post DALTON--Three candidates have filed intentions for the post selectman and their names appear on the ballot at the annual citizens' caucus Tuesday night. In addition to Edward McKenna, whose name had already been announced, announced, Edward L. Schnopp, 254 Hinsdale Road, and John E. Daly 55 Daly Avenue, incumbent, also seek the office. Mr. Schnopp, a carpenter by trade and who has a farm, is native of Hinsdale, where he conducted conducted a farm for several years In World War I he was employed at the Fore River Shipyards, Quincy, Quincy, as a chipper and caulker. He served as an apprentice toolmaker for a year, was in charge of carpenters in the construction of Albany City Hospital and was a one time employed by the Bosch Machine Tool Company, Springfield, Springfield, as a draftsman. For the pas; few years he has been employee by local contractors. Mr. Schnopp has made the following following statement about his candidacy: candidacy: "As a carpenler, I am a public servant, anyway, so I may as well be more of a servant to Dalton citizens, if possible. I can give more oÂ£ my time to town affairs, iÂ£ necessary and have broad experience. If elected, I wil carry out my duties honestly and efficiently." Mr. Daly, who is now chairman of the Board of Selectmen, was secretary-treasurer of Lhe Berkshire Berkshire County Selectmen's Association Association before entering the Army Aug. 26, 1942. He received ar honorable medical discharge April 1, 1943.