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Monday, March 21, 1977
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PAOE 2—NAUOATtJCK NEWS (CONTV.), SATURDAY, JULY 8, 194« DREW PEARSON ON WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND Brew Pearson Says: Truman Attends Private Birthday Party For John Snyder; British Ambassador Sends Bagpipes 1 Truman Doesn't Like Twice-Told Jokes Wn.')hln«ton~U didn't fret Into tho newspapers, but President Truman attended nn Intcrextlnf,' private dinner party the cither night—n birthday party in honor ot his now Secretary of the Treasury, John Snyclor. John wiiM fifty yours old, and hid new assistant, Detrolt.s' affable liopubllcftn Arthur Gardner, save him a party. Vivacious Mrs. Gardner w/m n little nonpluHRcl when fiho hetird that thel President Of the United fUfitCH wn« coming-. "Now we've xol to hnvo A lot o protocol," she half-protested. Alno, Hhn hudn't counted on the Hccifit Kprvlee. Thry camo a dny fiiirly uncl In.'tlHtod on Inspoctlne nvery corner of th« Curdnor homo nnd KM'don. Also, thoy opened up Eldon Rohs To Address Rotary Eldon Rons of thn' U. S. Rubber Co. will speak on the Dos Molnes Munitions plant of the firm at the Wednesday meeting, ot the Naugatuck Rotary Club at the YMCA. President James F, Kissanc will preside. A meetinR of the directors is slated for Monday, July. P,.'5:15' p. m. at the Nn.URat.uckv, Fuel Co. The Watcrbury Rotary has challenged the local Rroup o a jrolf match at ctivities-Personal and Social Ihn hoiiKft nfixt floor belonKlnf? to Prlnt'O PlJtmnntuJII, who was nwny Stir tin; summer, and the house of hroltor Goorffn Cnrrntt. In order to mako sun; no ono wiis lurking In- ulclo. ;;>/'lljrhtrul Mr.«i. Gardner, however, in u roHVurcttful l«dy—In nioro vvnyit thon ono. llnr fri-thcr- <lccw up Uio cot'ixivntlon pnpern for I-ton- ry Ford when For<l flrnt wtacted making luitos, and was paid In then worthless Ford stock. Mm. ("inrdnor'M father wan also iimart enough to h*,iff on to thn stock. Kltfhtfii'n tfiifixtft attended the dinner, InaliKlinK Senator P-nrkloy, firm i,ni> in VK who, because ot hlo wife's Illness, Holdom goes out to dinner. How- nvot, he miiclo an exception In this ease and was the to arrive. Thlr.Hty Senator Weary uftcr n hectic day of try- Ing to pilot price control through the Senate, Barklcy BUggcsted a drink, Polite hoot Gardner demurred, He -suggested they should nnt drink before the arrival of the PniMldent of -tho United StatcH, "I'll be dnmnud If I'll wait for him," replied Truman's best friend In the Senate. "I've ranked him for and I'm not going to be out- runkcd when It comes to a drink now." The senator from Kentucky got hla bourbon. Shortly thereafter, the President firrlvod. Host Gardner promptly hovcd hlK highball behind a potted p:ilm. Etu-kley didn't, 'They tried to prevent me from having this drink," he remarked to Mr. Lagonick Takes Waterbury Girl As Bride Nancy M. Longo, daughter of Anthony LonffO, 99 Shelly street, Wa- tcrbury, became tue bride of Thomas A. LaKOnlck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Laffonick, 23 Hptch- kiss street, today at a 9 o'clock cer- the Waterbury Country Club, July emony a t Sacred Heart Church, 10 at 2 p. m. Eltfhtoon £olf<ira are i vvaterbury. Rev. Henry Qulnn, pas----•--• "-•• "•-—'-*• tor _ officiated, and celebrated the needed for the match. Funerals ClmrlcM O. Nelson Funeral services for Charles O Nelson, "•!, of 101 Grove street, who died early Thursday morninjr, wil bo held at 2 p. m. this afternoon from the Aldcraon Funeral Home Ml Meadow street, Kcv. Paul Pe terson, pastor of -the Hillside Congregational church officiating-. Burial will be In Grove cemetery, Bearers will bo Carl Anderson Cluu.s Swanson, Donatus Anderson Oscar Sandcll, Arthur Pearson and Carl Thompson. Paul Anderson will be soloist, sinking "Down the Vall-ey, One by One." Mrs. Mary O'Kocfe Funeral services for Mrs. Mary O'Kccfe, 33, of 206 Scott street, who died yesterday mornin£-, at St. Mfiry'a hospital, in Wa-terbury, will be heJd Monday morning 1 , from the Euckmiller Funeral Home, 22 Park HrVTrTIf, Kttwiml VT., of «. r . Klin (.Licet, AdMOnl'i, In Aiuionln, July O, 1!).|li. Kunorul Sund'iy iiftur iK/nn /it 2;3D o'clock from Alclor- HCII Vuncriit HonV 1 , 201 Meadow iilroi't. f'-urlfil In Clrovu.,ccmotiM-y Mciiidfty morning !it convcnluncu of fnmlly. KC!«VH-<I \v,. of. w. t;im •iti'i-rt, An.iriiild, In Anxonlu, July .1, IMu, I''titH:ral Surulny ufti'rnfirin (if 2:,11 oVIw.'h frtmi Aldcr.if);] 3''u- ni'l'iil Korni', 201 Mnudow Htrcct, isurliil In Giovo fdmotcry. Mon- liny inornln;,' tit inrnlly. cfmvonlnncfj of I AM. TKK.M THE PERRY SCHOOL tfo^vn HtiU:. \\'»trrbur.v "Tin- IVi-r.v >\'uy Mntns llrdor 1'ii.v" ly Prcnldontlnl Tonntn fi-s. Trumun wus absent In Mls- rl, The British AmbaH;mr,lor, on- other Invltod guest, was also Euckmiller Funeral Plome 22 PARK PLACE Telephone 4334 Fitzgerald Funeral Home 320 NORTH MAIN ST. Telephone 4187 C. H. GREEN FUNERAL HOME 62 Oak Street Telephone 4843 Hbstent hpcnu.'ic of a previous on- triixerrionl. but sent his personal Scotch bfifrpluc^ along with' his fiRotsplpor. And at an appropriate moment, tho dlnlnfr-room doors were thrown open and in came the pl|ior, alnn.i; with bagpipes nnd Mrlhdny cnkc. Happy John Snyder cut his cake, passed the first piece to his good friend, Harry Truman. Toasts followed. Lifting his ohnmpucne, tho new Secretary of Ihf Treasury toasted "friendship.." "In that why you're here?" jibed Impish Mrs. Piilmer, doubtless rc- ffilTlriK to the way Truman rewards hi*: friends. Senator Bark ley toasted tho many years he and Truman had spent together. Later, tho convcrxntloi f:ot around 'to Comptroller General Lindsay Warren'.v senatorial charfi-es that the President. "But I told them I place, at 8:30 o'clock, to the. St. had ranked you for so mnny years J Francis' church at 9 o'clock, where I wasn't going to. wait for you | a requiem high Mass will be cele- now." j bratod. Burial will be Jn St. James' Kmlllnp, Mr, Truman agreed. cemetery. Other quests Included General j and Mrs. Ira Eaker, second hlRhest | ranking o/Ilca of the Air Forces, Conceal and Mrs. Hoyt Vcndenbcrfr, imphnw of tho Senator from Mlchi- pun and lop Intelligence man for tho White House; Mrs. Stunrt SymlnKton, wife of the Assistant Secretary of War and the tlauph- tnr of C.OP Congressman Jim W/ulMworth; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Ed Folcy and wife; Mrs. A. MItchol! Pnlmer, widow of VVoodrow Wilson's Attorney Genor- nli Arthur Krock of tho New York Tlmew, chief newspaper defendant r>f John Snyder; Senate Secretary Leslie.- Blfflo and wife, close friends nf the Prtsltlcnt and from Synder's hornc ttate—Arkansas; and Chuck Fisher, manufacturer of 'Fisher (Mito bodies, who served with Syndor on tho RFC. TKOOT J5 Final preparations tor Troop 15's week at cnmp, were made when they held their last meeting, Tuesday ,at Legion Field. The boys \vho will go for the camping trip arc: Scott Conover, senior patrol lender, John Hancock, Chet Pray, Ralph Graben, Carl Bovay, Bill Gruncr, Richard SSudburj'. MercilPrny, Allen Crosswaite, Dale Keiglc nnd Tom Monnghnn, The trip will begin July 7 and will terminate July 14, Muss'' that followed.' Given In marriage, by her'broth- er, Edmond Longo, the bride had as her maid of honor, Miss Lillian DiVito. .Carmine V.'Longo of 'the U. S. Submarine Scjrv'lcb, > brp'tlic^ of the bride, WRS best man. A. rou Kical program was rendered by Catherine Stolfi. ^ *• The 'bride's gown was "of 'old fashioned .starched chiffon..' with ruffled skirt, and long train. She worn a fingertip veil <^aught. on .el thcr side with orange blossoms and cnrricil an> old-fashioned bou cjiiftt of white gardenias and white roses. Her maid of honor ^vore a..gown of blue brocaded satin, with sweetheart neck and three-quarter length sleeves, n pink tiara crown of fresh pink and blue flowers'. She carried a bouquet of pink rose*. Thc_bride's sister, Mrs. John De Luca, wore a yellow eyelet. dress with white accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a navy blue laco dress with white anccssorles. Both worn a corsage ot red roses. Two hundred .nnd fifty quests, eluding friends and relatives from New York City, Long Branch; . J., Jersey City, Eatavia, N. Y., and Buffalo'. N. Y,, attended a reception' that followed at Linden 3 nrk Hal!. A five-piece band played 'or dancing. The couple left on a wedding rip to Canada, the bride being at- ircd in a pink sharkskin dress with white accessories, and wcar- np a corsage of red roecs. The groom is a graduate ntuck High school. He served in he Army three years, including wo y c a j- s overseas wi-th the Eighth Air Force, in the European heater of operations. The bride .s a graduate of Leavcnworth High chool. They will reside at 23 Hotch- •ciss strco-t. Personals '•Mr. and Mrs. Robert Best, Coen street, are spending a vacation in Montreal. Misa Mary Laguna, Bridge street, is vacationing- at Bay View, Milford, Mr. and Mrs. • Robert Shaffer, Russell street, have returned from the. ir vacation in Williamsport, Pa. . Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sirica, May street, have left for a vacation in Miami, Fla Mis« Helen Semrow, High Direct, Is a pafient. at jWaterbury hospital, v.'h'e're she recently underwent a major operation.- Mrs. Crien Corey is a patient at St.-.-.Mary's hospital, ha-yinp undergone a serious operation. Mrs. 'Liliie ' Megin," New Haven road, is at her Lalce Quassap'aug cottage for several days. •Mr.!' and Mrs. Thomas Broder, Carroll street, arc visiting in New York. . ' . ' .' . . . ' . Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Piava, Pros- ,pect street, arc spending a vacation in, Ei-iaiol. .R..I. • . . •• 'John J^inusley, Edward Farrcn and' Hane Nissen have, returned from Bristol, R. I., where they visited 1 friends. Married Today To M. Friedberg , .Miss Elsie Hulpa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hulpa, Forest Street, became the bride of. Morris Friedbprpv son of Mr. and Mrs. Solly Fricdberff, 108 Field Place, New York, in a wedding ceremony performed at 11 o'clock today by Justice of the Peace Louis DeCarlo. The bride was dressed In a, white eyelet suit with white accessories, white pique hat and veil, and wore a corsage of red roses. Her matron of .'honor, Doris. Halloran, wore a silk jersey dress,, trimmed'.in fuchla , with while acce'sscj;:Ies, white hat and white veil. She wove a -corsag-c of .mixed flowers. Stanley _ Kcrski was best ' , ; Artei; the ceremony .a reception was held at .the Jioine of the bride's i parents for ubout 50 guests. The bride wore a'rosc 'dross on the wedding trip to New York City. Chittenderis At- Madison Cottage-" Mr. and Mi's. Harold Chlttondcn aru vacationing at their summer cottage In Madison. Mr.' Chittcndcrt will return on Monday, Grells Announce Daughter's Birth Mr. and Mrg, J. Ellis Grell announce the birth of a daughter, Elizabeth Ellen. July 3, at Women's Hospital, New.York City. Mra. Grcll Is the former El.'cn Rodcn- bach of this borough. . Leave Today For New Jersey - M. and Mrs. Everett Halgh and family left today to spend "the wcek-cntl with relatives in Millburn, New Jersey. WEPJOIN9 GIFT SPECIAlT" Biuecrjuc ruucoxATOKs ;: with chrome tray, Migar nnd creamer, £O complete *b£t M. WOLFF K GRAND -ST., WTBRT. SANDY BEACH LAKE QUASSAFAUO DICK FINLEY, M«T. Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. BoaUng 9 Bathing « Picnic* Patrolman, .and Mrs. Theodore Klimawzewski and family, of Hift-h- ,„ . . , _ , , , land avenue, ; leave, today for .Mrs. 1-redcnck Bchlman and, Maine, or, , vacation, daughter, North Main street, are.] Mr. and Mrs, David Hoadley, Deviating in, Pa.. tl . oit| Mjch ifotmcr)y of Naue atuck, are quests of 'Mr., and Mrs. Jesse Howcll,. 351. H|ffh. street. Mr, and Mrs. George Bowers and family, Hillsfde avenue, are vacationing in Williamsport, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Trcs-,' New Haven road, are spending two weeks at Wildemcre Beach, MiJford. Mrs. Thoma.s Jaclison, Coon street, has returned from a visit with" West Haven. Spending' Weekend In New York M;r. and Mrs. Eouglas Cockroft, Somostcad avenue, observed their seventh wedding anniversary July 1. In celebration of -the occasion, hey are spending the week-end in Vew York City, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cullin of Oak. street, and ' Mr, and Mrs. .James Coffey of Auburn street. They will attend the races at Empire -track. Mr. and Mrs. Cockroft were mar- ied July 1, 1939 at St. Hcdwig's church. . • . ' TOTE GRILLS The Complete 'Outdoor Fireplace's AUL xyrEs OF " RADIO KKPAIB WOBK Order Your Hot'Point Electric Appliances HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 CH0BCH ST. Telephone 4086 Kathryn Cronin Resumes Studies Miss Kathryn Cronin of HiRhl.ind Circle, and Miss Patricia Mulhall. Sylvun avenue, Waterbury. have re- Urncd from a visit to Montreal, and a cruise on the Sapuc- naj- rive;-. Cronin has resumed c-rlctm public, <mld the theater men. | her studies at the Watcrbury Hos- Maybe the trouble is' that European pltul School of Nursing. tho licrton.structlnn porntlon had not Finance Cor- ktpt proper FLOWERS Vat All Occasions TRJ.KGRAI'IIKI) MELBOURNE'S! FLOWER SHOP ISO JIUBBKR AVKNITB Tolophp^e 0225 "When IM the Senate f,'flnf; to lnvt-«tlf;;it(! you, John?" Senator Harklny nskcd l.hc former Chlnf r>( the RFC". "1 don't want to miss It," "I'm ROins to testify rlcrht after JC:IHO JoncM," shot hack Snyd^r. Tho r-'rcsldcnt snid very llltle. I In (ificmcd worried, xrlm, and unhnppy. Hist t-'hk'f rnmarlc of thp nvi^nlnj; c'imo when Barklcy Jjturl- rrl tn toll a Hlory. "I've hc.-inl that one bcl'orb," dryly remtirUcrl the Prealdont of the L'nltod States. It was mklnlKht when r.ho Pros- clfnt. wont homr. At 3 n. m., ' 50- y.'ar-old John Snyder clepnrtccl to culch a few houi's sleep before he- Klnnlnt; the day's work ns Secretary of tho Trrnsury. C'i\j)lhil CtinIT niclnl Slate .Department bro.icN casts to Russlu In the Kusslfun cuaKn will he^in Jiuit as soon usi the no.ccssnry staffs have completed their tralnlnpr ..One of John Hnydor's nrnt nets as Secretary of tho Treasury was to atrrce to the i' of fold to Arffcntfnn. This okl was seized by tho U, S. Gov- rnmcnt at the start of the wnr, It« rnlouso hi :i nuijor victoiy for President IVroii.. President Truman hus declilcd to abandon his' plaits for an Alaiiku viicutlon .UiU sum- nii'r. Inatond, ho will make several political swin«.i nroiind tho country. spcaklnn In behalf of Democratic candidates whose elections tm> In dnubt ..Presidential court Jester Geoi-fe Allen' i,i 111 with a painful case of neuritis . .' Montana's liberal Senator Jim Murray Is furious v,lth Wisconsin's ffcnalor Bob LnKolletlD, for the support he has xlvpn Senator Burt Wheeler I'or re-oloctlon In Montana, One of Murray's greatest hopes Is to sco ^Vheelet• 'de't'eatcd. Murray now thinks that LaFoHottc's Isolation Inf. ties to Wheeler arc stronger than his liberal domestic ties to Murrny, and Murray may deckln to mix into the Wisconsin picture to try to defeat UiFollutti- In the Republican N'lmnry next month ...The American Theaters Association, despite Its plfl.-^-e :o hi-lp the Government In .the post-war period, refused to sponsor the Army dim, "Soctls of Destiny." The picture shows fanjJnc conditions and the noed for savins Coocl. "Too gtuoaomo", for J -th,(; v .Am- ! women can't pet enough food to lock llJtu Betty Grablc Poat- mrister General Bob Hanncgan has planned his junket to tho .Pacific so he will arrive at Nuremberg In time to hoar the final verdict at the Nuremberg: w«r criminals' trials. Complete coordlntvtion of the eye muscles is not believed attained by human beings until they have reached their fifth year, . ' BURGESS to m ALL INSMUMINU SWAN ELECTRIC CO. Church St. Is'aiigratuck, Conn. Telephone 2574 NOTICE! : Store Closed Today for Alterations CITY BAKERY B. P .STOPPA^I, Prop. Maple Street Telephone 3G78 GUS'SMOKE SHOP; (02 North Main St. Union City ; GUN Kllma»zcw»kl, prop. i We liavc your favorite paper, mapizlnc or other periodical. . - For $400 you cnn get a FURNACE and OIL BURNER 30 Months To Pay The WATERBURY HEATING Co. Leaders In Homo Heatli;^ S4-S6 SPRING ST. 4-WD CHAPEL. ELECTRIC COMPANY Tel. 22R) 34 SOUTH MAIN STREKT topn'iill' Niiiienturk I'urnllnrr Co.) Kuctiiry Ki-pi'lr Srrvfi'i- «" AH MokM of Kndio *(•!».. ProniDl Srrvlci- in IliMinuniililF IT!ri>. tjtlmt Euliliimral fur Itlidin Kwiilr Work. Accn*^' f<»r \\•<•^Mnt•^u>uw» RitdlOB tind ICIcctrlc. AiM»llktnrJ-» Adtnlm! Hjidios nnil IMiannEninliB S1^•^V!^rt-^^'l>l•n^•^ ;in({ Sononi ttittllnr, I'llilrn Cur KltilliM Solil. InmillU-d THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson NCM-J Building Conn. !! WHITE FISH MARKET{ JOSEPH CAIJRAL, prop, > 8 South' Main St } i| Choicest selection <\t salt and? J frenh water /Isli vit lownt \ prices. 2 * ****** •»••••• m~.**f.f f f . f f ffff tl»f\ HAVE YOUR AUTO RADIO in TOP CONDITION For Your July 4tlt Vacation and Ix>np; Afterwards Prompt Bopalr Work All Mnkos WILLIAMS RADIO SS2 No. Muln .St. 3-5S77 forFURSTORAGE flfl N. Main St., 7.1 1'Wd 81. Vmln-liurr Tel. 3-27i7 or 4-51SI Miss Humphries Back To Clinton 'Cadet Nurse Lillian Humphries, Prospect road. Union City, has re-1 turned to Clinton hospital. . Clin-, ton, Mass. She had bscn home to attend the funeral of her grandfather, the late John Humphries, who was buj-iccl in Grove cemetery, Wednesday afternoon. FRED'S HI-WAY GRILLE 501 South Main St. Kog-ular Daily Dinner 50c up . A La Carte Menu Spaghetti To Tnkc Out Banquet Room, Cocktail Lounffc Full Liquor Licc'iisc Bank Statement Charter No. 30'JO, Reserve District No. 1 Report of condition of the Naugatuck National Bank of Naugatuck, in the slate of Connecticut, at thr; close of business on June 20, 1946. Published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency,, under Section 0211, U. S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS Loans and discounts (including $570.75 overdrafts) $1,007,401.17 United States Government obligations, direct nnd guaranteed 5,or>8,343,24 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 225.32o.ll Other bonds, notes, and debentures .' 445,032.77 .in nn stor.k of Federal Re- 15,150.00 26 PC. Service for 6 LIFT TIME STAINLESS STEEL B KNIV.ES 6 FORKS 5 TEAS 6 SOUP I BTJTTEH 1 SUGAR $9.95 Complete With Chest- CCHNEERC *JCREDIT JEWetERS^ NOW! You Can Get An EMERSON 3 WAY PORTABLE Play on AC-DC-or Buttery, riays Anywhere - >*o Outside Connections. 7 Tubes. GET A JEEP IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Yiiu'r ^VII.I,YS-OVKKI..AND DraU-r LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. 21 Ilnrrlsnn Avi v ntir Off Kxrhnnci* Pluiv, U"il<<TlMir.v •I'himi- { COMERCJAL ; { KKFKIGEKAXION SERVICE J J Electric Appliance Co. j ? 1S14 nnldwlu St. S * Wilt. — Tfl. 4-13-12 J BOUGHT SOLD Speci:i| ltat<-s on Trailers For Vacation tJso ORANfJE TRAILER RENTAL SKRVICJC TKI,KI'II«NK NmiEOHirH SOOR Offl<» In Union Oily Hnrdwnrn Hide. ^ DODGE SALES — SERVICE Kotchkiss St. Garage 47 MOTCUICISS STREET Tel. r>~2~ J. L. MAMLAUSKA8, Prop. 413-N'o. Main St. Union City Vacatiw I 162. South' Main. St.: ^- 4-2206 Corporate stocks '(Including .$15,150.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) Cash balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash Items in process of collection 1.770,408,22 Bunk premises owned 57,416.07 $122,082.71, furniture and fixtures (Bank premises owned are subject to None Hens not assumed Other assets 129,198.78 )y bank) 11,OG2.!M Total Assets .50.263,122.23 LIABILITIES DcmnnTT deposits of individuals, partnerships, and oorpora- 4,935.213.89 ami' corporations 1,811,28,2.30 lions , ....,•:.•• ..•,..-.•.. •..•.•:••;•-.•• Time deposits oC individuals, partnerslilps. Deposlta of United States Government (Including postal s.T, v.l ngs) Deposits of States and political subdivisions Deposits oC banks Other deposits (certified,' and cashier's checks, etc Total Deposits .'.'.,'. $8,568,767.98 Other Liabilities 47,318.14 Total LiabllitlcB 8,616,086.12 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS total par $300,000.00 ..................... 300,000.00 surplus ....-..:.:.., ................. ........................ -O''.wo .00 Undivided profits ........................................... • "•~''-~° Rcscrvcn tand retirement account for preferred stock) ..... FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. 108 South Main St. WEEK I All Kinds of Trucking—Anlics, - 15tc. Ice-moved McNamara Trucking Cc. : 31 'West Naugntiick-' Tel. '3S52 r; If Von Want to : Buy or; Soil REAL ESTATE See "Tony.':? Earrar Tel. 4233 Juy More Ronds The Copper Room Open Daily For LUNCHEON And DINNER Total Capital Accounts Total Liabilities and Capital Accounts MEMORANDA.. Pledged assets (and securities loaned; (hook value): (a) United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed, pledged to secure deposits and other liabilities .......................................... 2,317,602.16 (c) Total . .......... ................................. 2,317,602.16 STYLE ; VENETIAN .BLIND SHOPPE S3 Spring St, ; Uji'ibn City Tel.'Nanp. (fill — Wufc..4-95?« FELIX NABDELLO, Mgr. Full Htoi:k nf Mbvl. i»ml- L DANCING Wednesday — and — Saturday Evemng-3 Only After f) P. M. and before yon leave llierc \\~\\\ be various J social obligntions which you can best discharge } with an autographed photograph of yourself. It is the yon of TODAY that your friends will want to remember and a visit (o our studio now will avoid much last minute hurrying. YES WE ARE TAKING A VACATION TOO! WE WILL BE CLOSED THE ENTIRE PERIOD FROM JULY 4TII TO JULY 15TH. Secured liabilities: (a) (el.). Doposits secured by pledged assets porsuant to requirements of law : ... 1,231,130.87 Total .$1,231,130.87 State of.Connecticut, County, of New,Haven, ss: . . ...... J, She'rtrmn R. Buell, cashior of the above named bank, do solemnly swear .that the above statement is true to the best of my. knowledge ]; and belief: (SEAL) ' ' ' ' SHERMAN R, BUELL; Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of July, 1946. LAMONT W. KIRK, Notary Public.. Corre.ct—Attest; . WILLIAM M. CHITTKNIJEN CHARLES E. BRUST •' . • . WILLIAM G. BOIES ', • .&, *•.••„• ;.,.,.' r,;: ,-' : ... , :..-u. : ....; ' ,.'..-• .Directors. CJNE-KODAK HERE AGAIN ... in'8-mni. nnd 16-nim. size]'... for' Home moTies io black-and- white or (til). *:oloc- Photo Finishing *, ^ Photo Supplies Developing Tanks < Kodaslide Projectors I YOUR KODAK DEALER, GU7F17ftIPV'C ART and CTAD17 5 W trilNL I 5 STATIONERYO 1 UlUl Neary Bldg. ART and STATIONER'S Church St. • Naugatuck v Neary Bldg. Church St. — NOTICE! ! — Store Closed for Alterations Today and Saturday CITY BAKERY B. P. STOPPANI, Prop. Maple .Street . , ..Telephone 3678 Naugatuck Merchants' Bureau STORES WILL CLOSE ALL DAY MONDAYS JULY 8th to SEPT. 2nd

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