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aj 7 News Want Ads Bring Quick Results THE WEATHER Massa.ehusol.-tn, Ilhodc Island and Connecticut—Pair tonight, Thursday Increasing cloudinettj, followed, by n few light showers in the afternoon. Little temperature change- A Progressive Newspaper For A Progressive Community" Vol. LXX ( No. 197 ESTABLISHED 1885 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1946 Leased Wire Service of the United Press Price Four Centi Three Dropped In GOP ___________ ™ ™ ^ . Committ Shake-up OPA Is Set To Roll Bach Meat Prices Decontrol Board Decides To Restore Controls On Some Other Items (Hy l/nltml rrrmn) [,owrr |i|'l'!QM fin iiiwt Will |-0- i turn in Iti" nation fin Vrldny. • Thn rlprltilnn by inn Drcontrol i boiu'd yi>$t«M'iliiy to roronli'ol mniU I ,lonl< f.hr O-f-A r>y (mrpi'lnn nn much | n n It fll'l thn rn-it or UH, Rnciiusn j of Hint. th« ngoncy Invoked n two- ' d/iy t>\i*pfnul"n of prlnn nnntrolw nf> r K ran hfivf time to tlniw up rpjrn- I lu'l'im. Tim thrco-miin Dnronti'ol j l'f rn.itm'ntl erinli'filM to soy iinM cintlnn need ft net tlioii' Red Flag Downed In Philadelphia I hnnrtt he-inn, r.hn nnw pi-lfin.i wni'c .i, tfr> Into nffnrt today, But now lh« ntfoncy imyn they'll bo nn- nnuricnd tomorrow, nntl boeomn of- tnuilvt Ihn diiy nrior, cir Krldriy. Whlln thn ivgonny IH Hc-t tr> rnll hunk mos-t mnnt prlccm, thn wor- rln of orm.'uimoi'N nro not ovor ynt, Thorn Hllll In not 11 plentiful supply of mont. Tho mimn Is tcuu of rmir.ni- and milk. '/'he thrin nt'in ducnntrol bourd hn« wnrnod -that tho tuipplloN of hoiri muni uncl dnlry producln will continue lo hn iihort of dnmnntl. Thn hoiirrl mind In It* tlnclHlon liiMt nlKhl that dairy pi-ndnolii and mont ftnilnn will rnmiiln frnn , of pi'lcn curbs, [t didn't clump controls on mlll< hnenuNo It. MiiyH that prlr.on hnvri fulled In no up unronxonuhly nlnen thn callings wnro lifted. But I If prlron B«t out of line, tho honrd i tmv.'i It will i-ononnldnr Itn decision. I DnmorrnUc Honntoi' Gunrgo find- | cllffn of Maryland brought up HIP fiiinjiflnn nf whothnr O-P-A cnn on- forcn tho mont price.!). Tho board miilntttlmi th/it It cnn. It nny« that nmfing olhnr thing*, Ihn ngnncy Id hldlnir morii crimnllfinco oHlcliiln. Ilwrd MmiilKT'H Mtntomnnt In n nvtllo broJidcnnr. lant night, hoiird momhnr Uoy ThompMon con- roclnd that iho hrxirclM hiilf-conlrol, hftlf-frnn doclfdon did not fully rni'nt thn hfipnsi nf nny Ki'"ilp". I In fn front nf tlic OI'.A office, 111 I'lilliKlfliililu,. 11 picket of the Socliilln'/- I'lirty ciirr.vlng » rncl flujj, IH uttucUud by u- man (hack to camera lit Irfl) who Mild hi' \VIIN u World War I votrrun. Tho Socialists, were dein- (>iiKr.ratlii(r thi! Jiim|) In commodity prices. (International Soundphoto) Cliy Unlt<xl PPCH.H) Tho world IH nwultlng the next Up In thn bitter diplomatic ex,*!(!, hownvnr, th.il llio bonrd ho- chlinKC holwnnn thn United State* Argument Between U.S. And Yugoslavia Continues Yugoslavia Blames Americans For Crash Of U. S, Plane, Forced Down. Iliwn the prwinnt prlr.o control law run ho nn offnetlvn ngdlniit run-away Inflation. Thn O-f'-A hopnsi to punh burlt the pi-Iron rif rnotit rnnatii to thn (( Jiln" "ftth InvrlM, l-fni'o urn u fnw I |( (ln{| ovor uttackH on lmi nf ttm nnlllnirx on th<i date, r'ortoi'hrniflo and T-hnnn runt r»l to fill loln wa«i 'in to '17 COM to. Thd n-P-A pi-kio for n pound. Mlr- pork Inln rhop.M \va*i 37 -to-IOonntw, and 1'cady- lo-nat wlmlp.lmrn \VI\H S7 toSOcpntii t.rimti cho|iti wcro B'J to IM rrtnt.n pound nnd Mlrloln honoloxo coast fi to M ccntM, Tho ronctlcm to Ihn bcnrcl'ii dr rl.'ilnn -to iTi'Dnti'fil moat, vvhllo li'iiv- Infj lia.'ilc £rfilnn imtl dairy prod- ili'l.'i frun from porilrnl linji hi'cri mlxi-d. Thn C-f-Cl dnnntincnd Ihr rnllilrn tti Include thn lattnr two, whiln N|>f>k(\'im('ii for thn nmnt In (liiMlry tlilnk that rn.tumptlon of mpnf rontrolw will mean u rotum of thn hlnnU niarkot, Special Meeting 1 Of St. Francis' Club Thn St. fr/incln Mnnl« cluh will hold ii »pnolal mcotlnK tonight In Hi. Cnnnlln'H hall at 8 o'clock to rnnkn pi'oparatlonji for tho pai-Lih outlnn, which will ho hold tomorrow nftnrnoon and ovonlng at Uiui'nl r.odgo, on Now Havnn road- All momhnrn of tho group aro re- (lun.itnd to nt-tfind. Faulty Health Habits H,v I>H, .1, II. WAKHF.N I • -tliivo you 11 regular bodtlmo? 3 -no you tako a dully rout" 3 --Do you i-ofraln from ovor- worhlnK or oatlng whon ovortlrod" •I Do you oat modnratoly, nlow- ly, and at moaltlmo only? fl— Aro your mualtlmoH regular',' <J--Havo you a regular time for bnwol movomont? 7— Do you tako MitUclonl outdoor 8 — Do you uso tea, ooffoo. or to- b'veco mocloriitoly? 0— Arc you froo from undue worry and Irritability? by Tho Comtolldatod " Inc.) AniM-lcun ai'my trumiport phinc.s flying ovor Yugoslav territory. Tho Amcrlciin military comrnan- clrr in ICuropo Goncriil McNarney, | nriniirifiiid HUM morning that nil flights from ftnly to Germany find Aii.tti'lii have I ii'on cnnoellorl. And Ihoy won't ho roHumnd until fiet- tlomnnt of tho HtnUifl of nlr pnssnge over thn "dangnr znnn," whore Aus- trln, Italy nnd Yiigo.MlnvIn meet. Or at Innst until jmfnty or protocllve iiipiiHtiri'H are udoplncl. Gonornl McNurncy Hiiy." he's try- Ing to niTiingo with the Allied coiiimandiir In thn Mediterranean, Mcltl.ih Mfutoriiint-Gonnrnl Sir WII- llnin Morgiin, for mi'iimiros lo In- Tho mnthoclii may Involve rc-rout- Ing tin! plulnpM, Or they may moan thnl flghtni- RHfiort will bn glvnn to the unai-mnd tninsporlsi. Tn VVH.'ihlnjrloti yoHlerclny, tho State liii|iarlmt'nt announced that mlll- tiuy rnnimiiiidi'i-M In rOuropo xvcro bolng given pownr to provide CH- .•:rirt«. Hut Ihl.i morning McNurnoy itiilcl Iho word had not reached him I.H yet. Diplomatic; Ilnttlo CnntlnurM Tho diplomatic battle over the two C-17's, which wot-o nttnckocl by YugoHlnv flghtom within ton Inyti, IH Htlll going on. Marshal 'i'lto'M govornmnnt In Bolgi-udn hnn ipologl/.ed for -tho cra.sh of a C--I7 tho dny before yesterday, after tho 'ilnno hnd hnon attiickod hy Yugo- •ilav flghtors. But Che apology la •nullified by n warning that If my more American planes CI-OSM '.hi- Yugoslav frontier without spo- •ll'ln ntittiorl'/tillon, furthor "unfor- Atty. General Gives Opinion On Liquor Law Hartford, Aug. 21—(U P)—The liquor control net of :1933 supercedes all other lawM or regulations dealing wltTTliquor, according to an opinion of the attorney general. His opinion comes -is result of n situation at Laurel Beach In Milford, where a. hotel has applied for a liquor permit from the State Liquor Control Commission. Tho beach IH governed hy a charter emitted by the 183!) IcglRliituro, which spccUlo.t that sale of liquor will not be permitted within the limlKUIons of tho resort. However, the fi.tton.ncy general's opinion oi'fisc.s this restriction and point.') out th;it ' liquor sales may bo prohlblnct only by K vol.e of the town, or through' zoning regulations. 18 Prizes Tc Be Awarded Veterans $800 Set Aside For Veterans' Day; Marines Plan Highlight In Parade As an added attraction to the Veterans' Day, Sept. 2, prizes total- Ing- $800 will be awarded 18 of the parading veterans. John Breen, general chairman of I the Welcome Home celebration, announced that the $800 formerly set j aside tor fire works- display would be used ns prizes for veterans, Ench veteran entering- the parade will have his name written on a slip uf paper. Later in the day prizes will bo jrlven as follows: One $100 prizo, -three $75 prizes, five $50 prizes, and nine $25 prizes. Harold C, Lfjwis, grand marshal of the parade, reports that tho various organizations in the borough will have good representation. He is appointing- a man to coordinate those veterans who are not members of local organizations. Until this plan hns' been worked out. Veterans interested in participating In the parade may do so by contacting Mr. Lewis or Mr. Breen. The local Marine orgunlzalon is making plans which may well bo the high spot of the parade. They have asked for a platoon of Mar- ncs from Now London to join them in .the parade and have contacted the Marine Band in the Nation's capital l.o provide the inspirational music. Those who saw tho busincss- ikc way in which the Marines landlod themselves in the Memor- al Duy parade arc looking forward to a rnnl treat when this group gets into action. Senator Painter, Burgesses Lyons And Anderson Omitted From Slate; Rodenbach Retains Chairmanship Three Dropped By GOP Town Committee WILLIAM A. PAINTER J. RUDOLPH ANDERSON JAMES LYONS Milton Carrington Ousted \ As Beacon Falls Assessor Branford Boy Shot By Gun That He Made .Pranford, Conn-, Aug. 21 — (UP) —A I'l-year-old boy has been nhot' with a gun which ho made himself. Wilbur C, Washington was rushed to St. Raphael's hospital In New Havon with a bullet wound In his rlrrht skip. JIlN condition was said to he fair. Thn boy said he had assembled tho gun from material recovered from a pile of scrap Iron. Ho had placed a 22 calibre bullet In It Strike At Risdon Waterbury Plant May Be Settled Picketing- at the Waterbury plant of tho Risdon Manufacturing Co. continued today, although it was reported some workers have returned under their own volition. Others have announced intentions of returning to tho factory today or tomorrow. The strike began yesterday in an effort to test CIO claims .for bar. gaining agency rights for the com- pan^s production and maintenance workers. Ovidc R. Garccau, International representative for the CIO Union Held Post For 20 Years- Defeated By Arthur Andrews -Milton .Carrington, a resident of Pines Bridge, who has been an assessor in -the town of Beacon Falls for more than 20 years, was ousted from his position at the Republican caucus last night by a vote of 65-11, with Arthur Andrews being voted into -the post. The "suggestion of Mr. Andrews as assessor came at a recent meeting of the Republican town committee, and it was expected -that supporters of Mr. Carrington would content the choice of the committee, bu-t no opposition was raised. First Selectman Ralph Upright was rcnomimiScd to run on the Republican ticket for that position, while prosecu-tor, Wilfred Swan was nominated to run for the second selectman post. Christian Heiss, present second ECJectman, was not PAC Candidates Fare Badly In N. Y. Primaries (By United Trews) The results of the New York state elec-tions produced some surprises. For one thing, candidates of the C-I-O Political Action committee were eoundly trounced in an a-t- tempt to get under the banner of the Republican party. They scored victories In American labor party primaries and some in Democratic voting, but got nowhere in their try for a Republican nomination. The highlight Was the defeat of American Labor Party Congressman Vito Marcantonio in the 18th district. Marcantonio, who is generally regarded as one of the most mentioned as he had stated severa, Toft-winged legi s ^to^ ,n w as "T weeks ago that he was retiring. ..._2 .u- ?, t! j , •, 7, from active local politics. ring which of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers j we ,. e SU pg e ,,t G d by -the Republican declared last night, "The union la | town committee at a recent meet- willing to reopen negotiations any;| nR were: Grand Jurors lime tho company calls n meeting.' Swan, Raymond Doiron With more persons returning to the production lines today, it was expected that the strike wlTT reach a crisis late today, with -the possi bllity of the workers settling It themselves by returning. There ar« approximately 100 employes in the Waterbury division of the Risdon and plant managers have reportcc already more than 50 of them are back at their jobs. Of the 150 em- ployes, 120 are union members. The strike action has not affected the Naugatuck plant. I when nn airplane flew over head. he looked up, the gun slipped unaUi InclclontM," as they were :allod. may occur. Threi! criiw member of tho plane i from his hand, hit the ground and nix- pi'oaumod to have, died in the j u-cn-t off. nrnsh. According u> n Yugoslav nolo handed to tin? American anv bu.iyador In Belgrade, tlio plnnc ap- ppnrud cwor tho town of Bled—in thn narrow Yugoslav corridor that Jut.H up to « common border with Italy n oil AiiHtrln, Yiik'i»-liivliv'» Contention AuthorltluH "Invltnd" tho plane to land, MM the note put It. After 12 mltiuti'.i of sl.q-nalM to the Ainorncnn —Vim will iimrvfl Ml lhi> nximlvti Hiram Hint you will find Hi Juf" KfulHiiriinl, fihiirrh Mr. In «rnwn led •ullrj any*, come to Joff't,—Adv, pliuio. suy.s the note, Yugoslav Ughir i-r plfinn.i forced the C-17 down. ThiMi tho American plane caught Jlro, ii rut two crow members balled out. Thn other throe crutihocl with ,ho pliuio. The Yugoslav note adds Hint It con.xlcloi-s Amorlciin authorities tmcl ,ht) crow of tho piano responsible 'or what It :nlls the 'unhappy ncel- dc,-u," It udds—tho plnno should nnvor have been ruithoilitccl to fly ov->r Blod, and tho crew should iiivo followed tho invitation to .and. Mnrshiil Tito hlmsolf ns n witness to tho llr.it Incident, on August 9th, At thnt time another C-17 wag at- rnckod »nd rnn.dc a crtush Inntllnf.', (Continued on Pngo 0) Most Republican State Delegates Uninstructed Hartford. Aug. 27—(UP)—Republican town caucuses held throughout Connecticut yesterday failed to re- vi:nl which G-O-P gubernatorial aspirant is the favorite. Most of the dolegatos chosen for the party's nominating convention Sepember Oth and 1 7th were unin-i stnictftd— ind hence It's not pos-j stble to tc-ll where the strength lies I among tho four most prominent candidates. Governor Baldwin—who has announced his candidacy for the U. S. senate—- received more visible support. Numerous towns passed resolutions expressing confidence in him, $• —nrttlnK rrmly for ttmt trip Cull CHUCK'S Vrlpnilly j.-SfrvIr* und linvi- thrill rlvv your cur'-ft rritl irolnr ovnr. Call 4MB for courteoui icrvlce.—Adr, Spend More Money For Education, Lt. Gov. Snow Urges ! Old Greenwich. Aug. 21—(UP)— I Lieutenant Governor Wilbert Snow i has urged that Connecticut spend j more money for education, I Snow made he sftOement at i meeting of the Ffclrlleld County Democratic organization. Said he:—"Elementary teaching in the grade schools has broken down because we have been too penurious." U. S. Senator Brien McMahon also spoke—urging fhe Democrats to work hard to get out the votes. This, ho said, Is- he only' way to make a lie out. of th<- political proverb that Conhecti»ut is .an • "off- year Republican state." Legionnaires ^ To Nominate Officers of Naugmtuck American Legion post, No. 17 wil be nominated tonight at a meeting to be he-Id. ir. the Memorial Home, 21 Cedfe.r street. Election of the slate nominated will be held. Sept. 4. Commander George B. Lewis has announced. Changes in by-laws are expected to bft made at- tonight's session, . Wilfred and Wallace Traver; constables, Vernon Stocker, Teofil Mis,. Leon Campbell, and John J. Quinn registrar of vo-ters, Ruth Carroll; hoard of education, John Leepcr; board of tax review, Ernest Clark; and board of finance, Frank Bronson. Delegates to five forthcoming conventions were named as follows: State convention: William Woodward and William B. Bradley; Congressional, Wallace Traver and Louis Esposito; Senatorial, John Donahue and Charles Mitchell; County, Sherman Stocker and Vernon Stocker, and Probate, Melvin Witherwax and Richard Cox. Members that were the Republican town committee arc: William J. Woodward. Charles Mitchell, Harriet Evans, Ralph Upright, Melvin Witherwax, William Gallagher, Thomas Moore, Richard Jonhs John Donahue, George Lcep- er, Wilfred Swan, Teofil Mis, Leon Campbell, Austin Ford, Louis Es- poalto, Wallace Traver, Harry Wetmore and Mrs. M. Cody. Town elections will be held Oct. 7. The Democrats will hold their caucus in the near future. Republican town chairman William J. Woodward presided at the meeting. ton, won, the Democratic and A-L-P nominations. E'Jt he wos whipped by Frederic Bryan for -the G-O-P nomination. Two years ago, Marcantonio won all three nominations. His vote over the Democratic aspirant, Patrick Hannigan, was unexpectedly close. A knockdown 'fight between Marcantonio and Bryan is looked for in the November election. Another PAC Defeat Another P-A-C backed candidate, Representative Joseph Baldwin, also lost his bid for the Republican nomination in the 17th or so-called "Silk Stocking District.' 1 Baldwin, a New Deal voting Republican, was overwhelmed by Frederic Coudcrt, Jr. The Cou- dcrt victory Is considered a victory for Governor Thomas Dewey. The governor took no sides publicly jp-'thc campaign, but Coudert was | the choice of the party machine. Baldwin won the A-L-P nomination, but he Issued a statement early today saying he doesn't want to be a candidate on the Labor party ticket. S-till another. P-A-C candidate, Eugene Connolly, the mate secretary of the A-L-P, was defeated in the Democratic race for the 23st district nomination. He bowed to Daniel Flynn. LATE . . GRAND .njRY.JTO MBET Plymouth, Mass., Aug. 21—(UP) —A special session of the Pl3inouth County grand jury has been called for August 29th to hear evidence against Charles Goodalc in the slaying of Ruth McGurk. The session will permit District Attorney Edtound R. Dewing to present evidence against Goodale secretly. Goodale hae pleaded innocent the murder charge. to COMEDIAN DEES Hollywood, Aug. 21—/UP)—Rags Ragrland, burlesque comedian who became a Rovfe star, died early today In Cedars of Lebanon hospital where he was being' treated for uremic poisoning-. Ragland, 40, had been ill only- a few days. School Secretary Studies Course At Purdue University Mary E. Brazis, clerk to the superintendent of schools, 712 High street, has been enrolled in the Workshop for School Secretaries held at Purdue universi-ty, Lafayette. Ind., during the last two weeks. Forty-six persons from eight states, some remaining- for the full period ending Aug. 16 and others for only one.week, have studied general -and specific problems of secretarial work during the course under the direction of Miss Louise H. Henderson, secretarial consultant for the Philadelphia public schools. —^-Jlnve rou h«rn lirro Intnly? W>ll, thrn jrnn'rr mlHnlnff Inking udrnntaicc of *anii> crrat TUliirn, Vlult HAPHAF.I/S, •Niuratuck'i ra»UoD store, tomorrow. —ITitve you *ftn the new 1047 8tndr- bnkrr? Il'it rrally worth ' npflnir. You cnn Kre It by tinltlnr the Nauinturi Batlcrj and Aula Service,—AdT, WILL CALL ON* TITO . . Belgrade, Aug. 21—(UP)—The American ambassador to Yugoslavia—Richard C. Patterson—is expected to call on Marsfiall TiTo tomorrow to discuss the recent incidents involving attacks on American planes over Yugoslav territory. THEFT REPORTED Beaumont, Texas, Aug. 21— (UP)—A United States district «U torne.v has revealed that supplies valued at $200,000 have been stolen from the naval station at Or. anpp, Texas. The disclosure comos from Federal Attorney Steve M. King. WARNING ISSUED Jerusalem, Aug. 21—(UP) — Jewish underground members have scatte'rcd pamphlets through Tel Aviv—warning that the streets of Palestine will flow with British blood if the IS young Jews condemned for violence arc executed. The papers—bearing the label of the so-called Stern g-ang—also warn that every British official in the Holy Land can consider h'msclf "marked" if tho 18 arc put to death. PLANE CRASH Moline, III., Aug. 21—(UP)— Two crew mcmBcrs have been killed und 25 passengers slightly injured In a plane crash at Molino, III. The plane—operated by Trans-Luxury Airlines — crashc*il while trying to land at Moline airport. oOo SAFE ROBBED Providence, R. I., Aug. 21— (UP)—Thieves have broken open a safe in the Knights of Colum, bus hall in Providence. They escaped with about $10,00 in cash. MAT APPLY SANCTIONS ' London, Aug. 21—(UP)—The foreign office says the British government IB prepared to apply economic sanctions againut Poland if the Warsaw regime fails to carry out the Potsdam agreement for free and unfettered elections In that coumitry this fall. EGYPT'S REQUEST Paris, Aug. 21 —(UP)—Egypt has asked the peace conference lo grant full independence to Libya—the former Italian colony through which the Nazis struck Into Egypt. The Egyptian delegation based its' claims on a desire to minimize threats of any other such invasions. Field Street Property Sold A house and '.ot on Field street las been sold by Patrick J. and Theresa A. Connelly to Curtis W. Hewitt, according to a warranty deed on file in >the office of Town Clerk Raymond. J. St. John. No Opposition As Delegates Are Named At Republican Convention Omission of the names of Senator William A. Painter, First Ward Burgess J. Rudolph Anderson and Third Ward Burgess James Lyons from the Republican town committee, and Senator Painter and Burgess Anderson from any delegations came as a blow last night when caucus delegates assembled in the town hall for the Republican convention, which clccstcd a town committee and delegates to fcho various paily conventions. After last minute flarcups within the party, it was predicted a stormy session might result, but obvious harmony was noted with no party members taking the floor to contest the nominations. Dropping of two bURgescs and the state senator from the town committee has caused great speculation in the boroujjh, but the ousted members made no comment today other than their saSi{f.iction with the results of the corvvihtion. Second WarO Burgess Domonic DeCarlo w.os retained on the committee. With the exception of the state and borough oJRcials. the town committee wits reelectcd cnmasso, but. vacancies created by deaths and resignations were not fllled. Indications that the party is split became evident during the past few days, and tension gripped the convention room as nominations were made, with the battling factions casting expectant glances at each other. Still no opposition came even when the unusual, procedure of electing: a town commiUee chairman by the convention was proposed, and incumbent Charles P. j Rodenbach onco more was grivcn the pest. It had been predicted by Mr. Rodenbach that "n.n insurgent group led by Senator Painter" would attempt to lake control of the convention. However, the senator was emphatic in his denial of knowledge of any movement to oppose the slnte tentatively approved by the town .oommitcc at a meeting last week. The delegates were not pledged to support any one or any group of candidates for the various state or congressional posts, with these instructions expected to be meted, at private sessions. Convention Chairman Samuel I. Lyons informed delegates credentials would be issued by the convention secretary, Mrs. Anna Erie. Requested to irmke a statement was James T. Patterson, candidate for the nomination to Congress, who thanked the town committee and G. O. P. party for its favorable support ,ind said, "1 assure you I am going lo do everything within my power in seeking the nomination. There arc no stones being left unturned and I Intend to continue working; as hard as I am at the present. I'm not discouraged. They say a. Marine should never become discouraged nnd I am a true Marine. If I gcttlic nomination I will work even harder. I have now power of endorsement nnd am starting from scratch, intending to put all my ciTorts into getting the nomination. I appreciate the support I have been receiving." Urging the party to work diligently in securing voters was Henry Zwick, G. O. P. registrar of voters. Delegates named in ward caucuses prior to the convention w,*e as follows: First wurd, Joseph Ny. gren, Walter Norwash, Edna Fcn- niman, C.'P. Rodenbach, John P. Jones, Victor Anderson and Nor- rnan Wood; second wai-cT, Domenic EeCarlo, Anthony Tangredi, Lor- ctta Spadola, Anna P. Erh, Franklyn Hotchkjss, William Schofleld and Valesca Downcs, with Howard Sagcndorf and Henry C. Erk as alternates; third ward, Henry Zwick, Herbert Bohlin, Stewart Boyd, Wil_ liam Ploski, Samuel I. Lyons, Joseph Raytkwich, Jr.. John Flnscl, with James Patterson, Emil Rohs, Clarence Austin, J. E. Anderson, Henry Krulikosld, Henry Ploskl and Albert Mortenson as alternates. Although only 13 members of the town committee were elected, the' committee was empowered to increase the group if it so desires. The committee is as follows: Mr. Rodenbach, chairman; Mrs. Anna Erk, Franklyn Hotchklss, Henry Zwick,- William Ploski, Joseph C. (Continued On Page Eight). —For jrniir anxt pair of nhom. ronir la nnri Mr* tin. MoM-ljr nil the fnTnrlta Nnrlonftlv mnkM urn aTOllnM*. HICK'S Shot Store. H* B»nk St., Wttw.— •Ai.r,

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