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DAJLY^NEWS, MONDAY, ,MAftCH 2,1942 HOSPITAL GAP \{t- A, Ht'yun, Hiiporlnlon- . ,,,,, Norwich Stato honpltal 11 '" ' •• - iho. ^l^molatlon hnH 1 up.ppov.ocl ?! S in ( I'syclilatry. , HUM lirlt'f nnnowwomwH nll ,,.,.<lliig -story ol' tho olToi'lH 1 ,van lo Hohluvn this nation- r ' Lii.m HIP ilui Norwich' KSllul, Allhough tho I'orrnal fell nr Hi" cmmoll or llio Am- <> ..!', 9 m Safem i"f° V!l Nln |j,V;il unnoolatlon wan P 1 ! 1 ,i' its Ki'Iu'uary mooting In •?t'nVi'i'iiary liii-li, It Is dalod 1 . • -ii'l'iT in 1 . Hi\van asMUimul '•'ui.V'K HUpnrlntoiulnnl, •"'S.'h^m i'u i' thin onrtlMoatlon, Annoolallon I t io i ln< InvrHllwatwl III" i'"- "f t |ll< lH)Mpltal with nt nuly lo (.ho advanced ' l"" < mt<0 nml hut apoolul 1 K> tho hOHplUll'H .'nh program. ' ntlul division* In tho .lt program are: nua instrtHMIon In Psyuhln- ,,,'iu.llnK h'clurcH utul tm.so 'tivr IM<> of wlvnnmiil treat- mHhu.H. Including Camphor, ami [Oli'r.li'o-liTltallvu Thera; |viln>llirrap.v, PhyMlollUM-apy, and Ouctipulloiml Therapy, , Ti,o uhonitoi'los of pathology sniThdl/i' In phynlologloal loKh-al and chc.ulcal li'HlH vhuri- u-u'd lo guide phynlolaiiH II,,. |.i'<»|n'j' modlcal trwilmmU of- Naugatuck .Parent-Teacher on' will - meet-Monday evening, March, i),- at 8" o'clock- In-the J^alom school audUorlunv, • . A. panel.tllHpUHHlon on Wpcallonal Advice" will- tako .placo, -Tliipru will lie- three Hpcakorv UOHHOI- .Donloy, InduHtrlai relations manager o(' Iho U.' ,S...lUibbciv com|-iany.; : . Miss.-.Stella MoGanri; emiiloyrnoni. 'jjinn'agoi; 1 . foi- \yomeir, ^ancl- Mrs. ..'Many •'•'Diiw.cy.;- niamiger ol 1 ' tho C:onii(?citicut Btate enVploytnent'-stM'vice.; .;•>'•-" .•':'. 'J?ai!OriLs r of '.h'ig'ir scliool studonl^s will, bo especially interc.stud•• In ' Llio. progVunvand are'Invited to lie pres- en ; t, -. ..-.- ,'••.. ..• :••, ., .:.'..•'..:'.•.'. Temp ting Lenten M eal - In - One Noted Authority On Gardens To Speak At .WaterWy Women's Club ' ' ' I), A, 1C,. MMICTING P oliaptor-,' u. A. will moot Friday,, Maroir.fi, nt tho liomo or Mrs, Donald ; MaoVloar, 51fi North f.:hui'oh atrocit; Mrs, Morton Triuulwuy ' ol' Bristol, 'chairman- of i \vill bo -the guest approved Hpoukor. .SCHOOLS lU'MH'KN Tliu public schools resumed SHR- tOday al'tur being closed foe i wook; • IUJK1NKSS MHKTI.NCJ TONIGHT 1 The rogulai- Inisljrqsa mooting or UK), IHDsklo Oongragatiqnal 'ahui'oh will Iro hold: thhv ovonlng', al,'. 8' o'clock In tho chui-olr hall. Morn thnn'jOO attondod tlio annual illimor ol 1 the Kl.r.st Ward' Demoura- tlo club hold Saturday In A; 0, 11. hall, at whltih lUirgoKM Joseph ( . Medico-Surgical honpltal L, US mmph'lp and woilnm Lmcnt rm- mi'ilMiiii and surg- fciii'i X-ray dltiMiuiHln and treat- It |h.. Nursing Division with Us- ,,f H^'Isl.MM-d Psyohlatrlo iiui'S- an.1 cdmuUlnmU oournon In lU i ( ,l H nil in to mu'si'H In training. • HP- hulxu'ulorlcs ol' Pnyohol- lv with Hit-It' wi'll-di'vdoptul pro- fl'll Of liSyi'.llOllH'll'iO ll'HlM Of Lai rum-lions, cotirsi-M or train- It In r.llnlr.al PsyrliuloKV and .Ho- rCll> (o Uirsr rllv.M'slllecl ,.,. fu'tlvlik-M. Ihc rt'sraroh of ihn ho.spllal wan -a fac- c.mMnu llu 1 ai*riroval of III" . niruinuy was honored,. Mr. Dlnnony, who- ha.s .sorvocl as. burgoas». slnpo IMrund who .will kuivo soon Cor Ih'o'LI, S. ariivy, wus'proson.lctl.'.wlth i/w!<:h Slulo. hiMpllul )>y Hie Am/ Mi'fllcul assodullon. Might iht'i-w of U\n pi'iu't's^huud group fhK:iKi'(l in psychlutrlo and huloKlcu! H-Hi'arch which labuls li hoMpllal Hlafl 1 UM conlalnlng in Iliclr proi't'sshm. Of 1m- , HlHO, are Iho affiliation* llu- hospital, Ihruus'h Us lo.s of PMychology, and iM-Mlly of CoiuKuitlotit and unlviTHlly, Tlin ho.spllal'H In f.'llnlua/ /'^yt.'liology In \-|.tnt I'D!' Kcadwtlo orodlt by ivi)»i<nllUin l>y thn Arnorl- lhMl aMMnclatlou" Hinted Dr. i)-;in, "will attract to tho stain y yunx iiii'ii who wlnli to su- ir.iluhiK and oxpoi'loiuw In. vchlalry. At .tho Norwlol iuH| t i(al they may now ro- |iv\\.-'ll roundel aocroflllorl traln- L \\hi,:h wll sntlMl'y Iho oxpnrl- Lv r-'iulri'incnlM of Ulplomatu.s ol 1 .'i'li'uii Hoard of Pnychlatry BRTHUR'S TACTICS HAD GOOD RESULTS y MA<;K .JOHNSON I'n-jirt stfilT iluiTt'H Munjh vj-(UP)— Clon. lH MucArttiui'V during oft'tMi- liiollrs iiKuhmt ovurwlifilinlng f!i»! rrihu's* on Miiliuin ft M;iy tmvi! jiouoinpllHhoil df (loluiMK ti YOUNG PKOPLK'S OCTETTE •Tho Youiiff Pooplo's ..\OciLoLLo, fni'mnd roncully aj, Lho local Gon- gi'cgational oliuroh ia composed of Lhn .following: Hotty .Ryan, Ann AuHlhi, Ada Kloln, Shirley- Kcrnor,. Mdwwrd Sohrul, Donald -.Qulnn,- Jack StliiHon and William Saunclors.. .NAVY •Minus :iVI;;.IIooy : of Iho U. S. navy Js. visiting lila. father, John n, Hpcy, ; of Walnut fltruot,-.,- . . ,-. • GUESTS Jut 1 , nnd Mrs. WUUun Xouron and chlUli'on of Sholton wore- Sunday KUQHts of Mr* and - v Mrs, , Daniel Monahun of Cut'ttss .street. Local Girl Is > . . / • '• Chosen Delegate At a mooting .ol' tljo frcshniaiT class • of?CJonnool,i(iu!, State 'J^cacihors 1 . Collego .-In No.w Bi-Ilain ^-on 'Tliui'Sday, MIs«'-' \'\ uth' Pilisspati'i'ok, duughter' ol Mi 1 . : nnd iMrs.-'Mloliaoi. Jl'll.xpatiM'ok bl West; street \vus elected "a'delegate to tho Rastoni-Status' Conrerence ol TcaohoNTi-nlning Schools Lo'.bc liekl in'the Hotel Commodore ; -'i.ri New Voi'k' Glty on.Ma.roli 27" aiid 28. TO NO.Mli\ATl'C OK-FICHIIS"'.'. • OITIcors I'oi^'the ensuing year will be'' nominated at, tlie reguiar meeting oL- Naugaluck -Lorlgo of: TOIks in tho Ncary; bullclliig- tomorrow niglit at '8 o'clock... •' ' IJKU.T. TYLIW HICTUH.NS Lieut, l.ieo !,. Tylcc.-of Fort D evens, spoil I. the week-end .with Ills family- in the borough. • IADIFSOFV F W Ltf\UlL*d A/1 T « 1 • if. WV WICrOK-IOiM) -IN-IV.- Y, Miss Alyco Hughes ol 1 Moadow H I root Mpwit Iho woek-ond In NCNV York rJty, . ' 'VIS'lTltll) HRLA'I'IVICS '. .Mr», HiMggH T, llubbcll ami tlaughter, Glalro, and .son, William, havo returnod to Woodridgo, N. ,1., after vl.siting reULtiveH horc over Iho. wc.uk-cnd. UKTUHNS IIOMK I'rauk Hattol, who has been visiting liln grandmother, Mi-.s. Mary Hattol,. of Moadow -street, has rc- l.urnod to his home In Woonsookot, A bonont card parly will bo given by the ladies auxiliary- of Grusaflor Post, Vclnrans; ol' foreign Wars,., in the- posl--- rooms- on - Rubber avenue on Friday evening, March G, The public is, invited- A.pi-Isio wilt^bo given nVeach. LahJc and reL'reshnicnts will. l)e served.'. . ,. , . , MrK..'Ghrfstinc! Holm is'chairman of the ni'rangemont committee, and, she will .bo .assisted by-Mrsi: GeorgQ 'Lewis, Mrs. .IQlnaHouse, -.-Mi's, Pear! Le.rnoiiH! and -Mrs. Katlierln.c. ( R'ad- tho l ; ill'0tii iirlvn by tho enemy and 1'W viituuliln mllllary Ini'oniw- on 4n|itnii'Hti HtrnnHtli, inllllury tfulay, I'ROAI VISIT ,{ohn Olbb of Mlllvlllc avcnuo lian returnod from .Now York olty, svltnri! ho .spent'tho weok-end visit- I rig .relatives, . lONUSTIOJ) IN NAVV .Ooorgo 10. MoN'umara of 31 West ntreot has onllntod in the U .S. navy, It'lian been • ann'ounbofl. from the Now Havdii reel-lilting station. IN MIAMI Mrs, Sarah Froodman and daugh- l.nr, Minn HomamunLl.'Krecdinan ol 1 . Walorbury, 1'ormor Naugatuok rosl- rlnntH aro spending a vacation -at Miami, Kla, All) SOdllCTV TO ,W3ET. Tho'Aid ; aou!oty..of- tho Congregational ohuroh will'hold Its regular • mooting al 2:30 p. m. Wednesday, In f.ho parlHli houso, Tho. ofl'lcors and CMrolo ohairmon will'hold a board mooting at 2 o'clock. A-program and toa will .follow the mooting.. not ImptloatlouH of llio.HT t ,FHANCIS' WOM-BN'-TO'MISET '•''iviji 1 , which apparently oaiiglU , • % . Tho woman of St. Francis 1 parish wo urgently ror/uostpd to moot. In Krdglitw ol 1 GolumbUH Itall on Tuesday at 2:30 p. m, to sew for Homo Defense, Wa ru'tnM Muit i luui niatki Inn u <|Ur I'l small Hi*' r »UlM.« lit HID Ilin oslluiatod 200,000 mon lii'iul. (inn, Mumiharu lloin- I'lllplno and AmcrUmn •nd 10 to 1, oocu- .lOHltiohfi" raiiiglng lo fight kllomnloi'8,- (A I.-i .('••<! of a ml hi.) Tiro- t ntudn MO olahiiH that I'urcfH harl iv «n tiail uUmiiplml Lo brouU i HIM main .lapaiuwo maclu on rl «M whig of tho KJ-mlln .lino ' il(l half way up tho PimiMHiila. "'' li-'ul IH-IMI annhorr.-d on llilH • UK- highway Jdiiclion town u In Mm Manila Bay aroa. It 'I'^l'iihln that Iho dul'imdoi'H . n'l'-d hark tho Japawwo nonlli- rl lo HID vli-.lnlly of Abuoa.v, [• ^'Iviini-c uppui'dnlly waM muoh f/ 1 " Hi" ilhlim Sea Mido of tho i'. w 'il<'li IMIM KM unolior acoutifl TO , MaiTli y— (HI')— Tho Now Bunion will opun llwfititH |.'rlflay with a In (ho wai' nffort. DKAI) AT> 07 , ,\( ( ,M~Marnh «— (U P) CMM, (17, f)iin«l.lmM UoHton .uiKH piTHldodl. and hoai'fl |![" Kl " of thn iioMton HatVi II w- a '"l 'I'l-Urtt (Jo,, filiuio l$m, dlod .'I'llii , ; .»/V« / IN MII/»VAUKEE Sidney WolsH, merchant ot Otiurcb straot, Is taking- a . course of Htudy In a meohanicat soliool in Milwaukee, WlH, ' ENSIGN HYDE HOME Knslgn Hlchard Hyde U. S. N, R., In visiting- his parents, Mr. and Mis. Uurdon.K, Hyde of'AUorton Karma, IIIOTUHNS F'OHM NEW, YDKK t Misses Mario • McGuire - and •, aonc- v|ovo.Gamplionor.Noiah-Mttln n flLropt luwn rdlurnocrfrom a visit in Now York Glty. _ _ 01 JEST OP COUSIN Miss Kliivin -Klnnoy of .WaterbuiT - ]q the Harry . her cousin,- Mrs. J. - of MlllvJllo avenue. HErUHNS I'-HOM VACATION Sun.' Hnlomluril, or Oliurltlofl T ; oo, r si ly ft ud his HlHlor, '.MlHri Marl Y of |>rOHpx>ot.Btroet, Imvo. of VISITED IN . Mssns ^ Grace fim nil uvonuo, who imvo boon- VnlatlvOB in WHlKunsport, Pa,, returned homo, . or ,. o iirobklyn, N. V " iriod irm"<lull<i«-nn amomUm'joi ilio 4 , y ul.NdUBftluok. High. . soliool. PROIJATB COURT-INCOME ; Hni-troi'd, Gomv,, Mai-cli 2—(UP)— : A i'e])ort to the secretary of stale showed that- l.lie income of.' 1 the Hartford probate court last year ...amounted to $83;i77.207 'After expf.'nses. were deduolod -tlic not income :.ol' .Judge -lUisscll ''/,-• iVolmsbn "totalled #20,078.75, ' I The Nausatuck Woman's t 1 '\vill' bo'xvell reprosontpd al, thp loc- 'luro Friday uvehing,.March G -at^.8:30 "o'clock 1 at the Watcrbiu'y .Women's •club by .Carl Fi We^e'li',' head.'-br tlic Sciiool of llortlc.ulliure- al, the N.e'w York State-institute -be -Agri oil I turd; Farmlnsclale, L. T, The lecture' is being Rponsored : by the WaLerbury Garden club, tho Junior .;,League finrdon club and -the •; Civilian. ,p.dr . fens'p "Volunteer 'office" and -al,!" Ay bin- an Interested in garden i ng,:'especial- ly . in "Victory Gardens" , or. !'Food For Freedom'-' are- urged 1 to attend.. The 1 admission will bo,;35 ; cunts per person, plus the federal .tax.. ' .••; The topic of Mr,'Wedcirs lecture will be "What.The Home Gardner can do to Cooperate with the .Government in Raising Food for; Freedom." Mr.. Wcdcll is an aulhority. on th Is 'subject. Ho is" a membcr. : ;of thn .New York State -Victory. Garden GonncMl, a member of the ExecuUve Board.'of.tho Nassau Gounty, Victory Garden Goi.mciI and is'directing tho consultants and .supei'v^sowr-'In inc; prograh'- connected- with/Nassau Gounty Victory Gardens. He is a -Senior Fellow,' American •; Institute of-Park Executives and an .executive committee member of the Givilian.Camouflage Council of New York. • ' ..-.-•• ••= • He- has lectured to -groups-.afc:Cor- nel, Carnegie-Tech, Pratt institute, (I3rooklyn, N. Y.,) Bulgers, and' many other schools, clubs-and.,educational as well'as patriotic organ-, ixa Lions. ; "Victory Gardens 1 ' or "Food for, Freedom 1 ' is tho slogan .coined, for; the use of homo-gar-donors by the. Department of Agriculture in. Washingto'n. A great deal of emphasis is b'eing. placed on the matter of 'gardening wjlliout wastoj for -tlic. United. States is confronted witli a.-shortage of seeds and fertilizers, as.well as'garden tools. The Department of Agriculture' that no individual^be slam-into plowing, up. lawns ...or gai-dons; or. that gardens' bo mado wiiero the soil is.nofc promis-' ing or where, an excess of .fertiliser must be used. Persons uninformed about gardening methods should''be guided by instructors. Jfc is not only unwise but-unpatriotic to grow- gardens where the.-cost-oi 1 materials exceeds the valuo oi' the vegetables produced. • . • . These- important suggestions have been submitted.-to all 'Garden 'clubs us a guide to making War Gardens. urges pedcd flower, " Add 1 variety ,to Lenten .menus with* Codfish -'Cakes Benedictine, a combination of \fish and poached eggs. topp.e'd- with a' tart, lemon- butter--.Hollandaise sauce, Ib : is a .combination- .everyone will' enjoy and' seryed' with •. a .buttered vege- ,table !and\salad, is -a' meal-in-one. CODPISIl' CAKKS JIEX13DICTINI3 OmlflsU CakcN : r " lib. .salt (codflsh ,•4-cups-.diced-:-raw. potatoes . pash pepper' ... 2. tablespobris butter Salt ( if..required : : -:-.' fioak codfish' overnight in cold water; Drain and.,shred. Put •codfish and-po'tatoes in same : saucepan and cover with' boiling water. .Cook ; -until potatoes are tender. :Drain = thoroughly! and. mash potatoes and fish together until smooth. •Add pepper ;and butter, and salt if required.* -Shape 4 , into 6/' large flat cakes,-and fry-them in; butter, until golden brown. Keep hot in oven while making Hollandaise sauce and- poaching 6 eggs. lIulliindnlNC Snuoc i/o cup butter 3 egg yolks 2 tablespoons cream 2 tablespoons lemon juice 3 /i teaspoon .Worcestershire sauce ] /a teaspoon salt .*}».. Cream butter in a saucepan until very soft. Beat egg yolks with cream, then add to butter a little at a time, until thoroughly blended. Add remaining ingredients, and cook over boiling water, stirring constantly until it thickens.Remove from heat and serve immediately. Serve a poached egg-on each codfish cake and top with spoonful of Hollandaise sauce, Serve with buttered peas, spinach or broccoli, Serves 6: :- . Thai odd. piece 'of hmiiliii'C mlflht Hiitl a-bu'yeiv. ir, you use U»c Classified medium. : . Wife Preservers : Keep.tpp burners of youi'gas stove frc-e from.dust particles-by using n sLifT brush on them: Should more thorough cleair- ing be'necessary; us£-fmc steel,wool R-enl- ly. Do not, however, use.steel pads in' which 'soap i_s'incorporated. ftf i JP f f nuif r SElrSERVI[E Appl6S WINESAP 3 Cabbage NEW 3 >Bananas F RH^ Y 3*' ORANGES 'FLORIDA '• ' CAL. NAVEL EX. (-GE. 126's SIZE 150-171 DOZ 33° DOE 29 • • _ Unsweolcnbd AG 07. |.«UIC6 '-GRAPEFRUIT CAN SWIF7 12 ° LUNCH MEAT CAN % "* •,,•,-• ^^^T ^^^ ^ },*'•>,"> s \ ^ % ""^ " ' '- ••' v 'i. FANCY I W.1'1 mW^ ^^ . . RIB I KIDNEY IB Hamburg 'Zt - 8U S!!.e» LD 21 9 "' *•* ~ "^. ^ i.-. Bacon 'Thick End C S%« 31 c Gunronteod—Hoavy Stoor Bocfl STEAKS Port housa ^^ ffH - N.Y. Sirloin »J Cf Cube or •J-3 ', D Bottom Rd. *JF\^f' LD Fillets F SCROD LB 23 C O MA |«-^ FANCY ,„ 1 *%C Smelts MITOIUM LB 10 Mackerel ^ L B .'8P- 'Oysters SAN P'A T C A K RY PT 33°' I MILD .'' WHITE OR ' ICOIORFD P AANGN E MACARONI or SPAGHETTI ^- 8OZ' W •' 1 .PKGS f PETER PAUL, INC. i.':. NAUGATUCK. CONN. Manufacturers of Nation's Largest Selling CANDIES and CHEWING GUMS CAIW.OF THANKS '."\Vo' wish' lo- cxi.ond our '.hanlts ,l,o our friends, and rein-; 1,'ivcs for their kTntlly acts, ox-| prcsslons of' sympathy and'(lorn I; tributes oxtendod; during our ro-' pent, hero.nvomont, the death of • Mrs, Mfti'y Tobln. .MISS N1CMJ13- LJOARY, •—'• ^ » ». «OVR«NEN'r KXPRNSIS- OHKCKKO x, March-2—(UP)—Thn upward trend in Arizona stale.sovcrn- meni-al o.xpenscs. was choclcod for. I.ho first time In six years nnd costs Seymour I. Z6nn, M.D. ANNOUNCES Til 13 REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICES TO 178 Meadow Street Tol, -ViU NAUGATUCK, CONN. — Office Hours: — Afternoons.-- 2- 3; Evenings — 7 - 8 Excepting'Tuesdays and Sundays Were i?2i,^S ' less In thoVlOtt);«U fiscal year than the previous period, or $20,103,815,- Uio'« stale auditor's office announced. tfHOM tiUMHtKDS OKSHART $l>»l\« »1»li}SSliJS — USE VOUR CHKDIT — SOUTH H4 A I N. GIFTS UNCU3- SAM ^ TO»KV JUOS u STRISI ; K f S- CtiNTtill 8T> - 1)1 AU ;}>27(52 GliASSWAUK STRATT'OJPS RESTAURANT IS 1>AIIK PLACE STEAKS — SEAFOOD COCKTAIL BAR ,"^P»=3rt«««JSO=3^^ BROWNIES '•You'll'always-find the latest Eastman cameras featured here. Capable folding Kodaks, versatile miniature Kodaks, inexpensive Brownies, Tell us your picture needs, We'll show you the camera that meets them at your price. Photoflash And Photoflood Bulbs All the Popular Sixes Films \ < Chemicals Paper Kodachrome — Kodacolor Castle Films — 8 mm.—16 mm; SWEENEY'S s ,-vn,Zn STORE The Card and Gift Shop oi Naugatuck. For Painting!! 0—0—0—0—0— Murphy's Paints and Enamels for exterior and interior purposes >o—o—o—o—o- CANS, Inc. MAPLE STREET TEL. 3507 Naugatuck-Made Footwear Serves You Better Rubber Company Naugatuck Footwear Division Old Age Assistance Tax ENROLLMENT OF OCTOBER 1st, 1942 The. flomicflUmil, Slrtio. l-nw i)i'o.sum«'s nil persons fromL to CO ynnrs of »«n, inclusive, r,s!<Hn ff In Uils ""^"f 1 '.^ 1 .. 0 ^. is!, 194J. as enrolled for tills tax, whether or not IH< I »«m^i «ro on t.ii« nlllclMl list: nnd nt nny Hnm n»im« wl»l«li Imvo *"£ omillo.d may he added and names which should not DC UiM*, ClftS KXBMPTIONS from Mils l«v in-o nJ'»ntr.d only 1n honornhly disehnrfjed veterans disnhled as a result of service to a com- |ICn8 iVV d S' so 'enroll nml - »ncl.uln,l WHO IfAVB ' NOT QUALIFKI> I«>H KXKMPTION AS PHWH)ICn IIY. LA^V A lib HICRKHY NO'I'IKIISI) AM)' \VAKM50 TO I'AY. THIu OU) A(,b ASSISTANCI3 TAX OF , A «-/w*v THREE DOLLARS — ($3.00) on or l»o.rnw. Mtirnh 2nd. 10*3. nt-lhc Tax- Collector's OHlcc, In Iho Town Unit lUilldlna, hfttwccn the hours.of:0 o'clock^. M: a d 5 o'clock I>. M., cxcfipl- SnMirclnys, and on Snlurclays hctwccn the hours of !) o'clock A. Mi and 12 o'clock Noon, War- I me. Aftcv Mnrc.h '2nd, UMSi.- nil unpnfd Old An« ^wls .nice Tnxcii, on this enrollment am by law, raised Lo Four l)o,lui\s (^.00). All time, stilted nhove on Standard War Time. Dated nt Nniiondiok, Connecticut, this «IIi day of 40,4 0 ' ,TAMKS F. FITZGRRAU), TAX-COM-KCTOn," IIOHOUCII (W NA ur - MAKI5 CIHSCkS PAYAIJLE TO TAX COLLKOTOK, or NAUGATUCK: ft)uj March

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