Today's Chuckle "To my non," ww the hequeKt of a father »-ho»e patience lm<J reached it* ultimate limit. "I leava the pleasure of earning a llvlnr. For 25 yean he thought it wan mine." —Production Progress. VOL. LXIV, NO. 276 Slight Fire Sole Mishap Of Holiday Quiet Observance Of Thanksgiving In The Borough Naugatuck became activated again today as businesses resumed after the Thanksgiving holiday. With the exception of School classes; some departments of tho L. S. Rubber Co. footwear plant and the factory portion of Peter Paul. Inc.. all other places of bi-• ness reopened this morning on regular schedules. Two pre-hollday activities attracted large numbers of re-i- dents Gold Star Post, Cathoilc War Veterans, held its fourth «n- i.nal military ball in Falcon hull with about 200 attending and In- 5,th annual ball of the Naugatuck Hose. Hook and Ladder Co.. with several hundred present, was held In Oad Fellows hall _ Church services, in observance of thanksgiving, were held Wednesday evening, yeserday morning and in the evening. One fire marred the holiday that occurring Thannsgivlng Eve at the Jicw home of Dr. and Mrs. William Healy - on Culver street The family moved into the home yesterday, but Wednesday evening r»r. Healy was removing varnish from a chair with paint remover «e lighted a cigaret, which caused the solution to ignite on the chair . arrying the piece of furniture outside, he played a stream of water from a garden hose on It, and tiad the blaze under control when n crew from the Naugatuck Fire Department arrived at the scene aoout 8:30 o'clock, according to Cnief John J. Sheridan Daily "Dedicated To Community Public Service" W K A T II K n Rain ending parly thin afternoon, remaining mostly cloudly t h n rent of the aftorru>on. Clearing, windy and turning '-older tonight, tho low lomporuturp nnjir 26. Tomorrow, generally fulr, windy and colder than today. Some snow flunk's likely. ESTABLISHED 1886 Honeymooners PRIDAY, NOVEMBER TEMPERATURE REPORT Midnight. 53; 3 n_ m.. 54; 6 Vice President AJhen W. Barkley and his bride are shown strolling down the beach at Sea Island, Ga,, their "Shangri-La" honeymoon haven. The "Veep" celebrated his 72nd birthday on Thanksgiving nay. His wife, the former Mrs. C. K. Hmlley, is 38. (International) No accidents or .other disturbances were reported during the Holiday by Police Chief John J Gormley. With Thanksgiving out of tho way, Connecticut Is preparing for the Christmas holiday Already stores are decorated in keeping wjth the holiday tradition. Survivors Of B-29 Crash Go To Mitchell Field, Long Island Westover Field, Mass., Nov. 25 —(UP)—The military aircraft carrying the 18 survivors of a B-29 crash off Bermuda Nov. 16 has been diverted to Mitchell Field. Long Island. Originally the plane was sJated to land at Westover Field. The men were picked up from rubber life rafts to culminate one of the greatest peace time air and sea searches in history. They are aboard a regularly scheduled Mats C-54 which is carrying three other passengers. John lorizzo Hit By Truck, Dies In N. Y. Three and a half year old John Henry lorizzo, son of Thomas and Bertha (HariHlclt.) lorlzxo. 139 Conover street, Brooklyn, N. Y., riled Wednesday morning, shortly after being struck by a truck while playing near his home. The youngster was born Sn New Hnven Feb, 21, 1046, and had lived with his family In Brooklyn for the past 18 months. Mrs. lorizzo ls> a former resident of Naugatuck, Besides his parents, John Is survived by his brother and sister, (twins) Mary Jean and James lorlzzo, Brooklyn; his maternal grandfather. Henry Hanslelt, Naugatuck, and his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas lorizzo, Brooklyn. Funeral services will be held tomorrow from the Fitzgerald Funeral Home, 240 North Main street with the Rev. O. H. Bertram, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be In Orovo Cemetery. Time and other arrangements will be announced. Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening Irom 3 to 5 and from 7 to 8 o'clock. 4,993 Deer Killed To Date In Vermont Montpelicr. Vt.. Nov. 25—CUP) Deer kill In the 11-day Vermont hunting season rose to 4,993 today. The season closes tonight and it's expected that the total kill will set a new record. Meanwhile, two Vermontcrs arc hospitalized at Rutland as result of separate hunting accidents: Theodore Roussil of Rutland, n railroad trainman was wounded in the knee when a stray bullet struck the caboose In which ho was riding. And Patrick Leamy of Falrha- vcn suffered a foot wound when his gun discharged accidentally Hospital Bulletins Mrs. H. W. Paul of Oak street Is a patient at the Marinno Convalescent Home on Terrace avenue Mrs. Mary Grant, 26 Bradley street, is a medical patient at Wa- tcrbury Hospital. World Federalist Movement Topic Of Y's fen's Guest Guest speaker at next Tuesday's meeting of "the-Y's Men's Club will be Dr. Gcrhardt Bohr, a native of Chechoslovakia and now a. law pro- fcHfior at Yale University, It was announced today by Herbert E. Brown, Y general secretary. Dr. Behr will discuss "The United World Federalist Movement." The meeting Is slated to get under way at 0:30 o'clock with Arthur Dayton in charge of tho arrangements. The club will hold Its mixed bowling party Saturday evening, Dec. 3, Mr. Brown said. VISIT CHINATOWN Members of St. Paul's Lutheran church will visit the Truclight Mission In Chinatown, New York city, Sunday, leaving the borough on the 8:09 o'clock train In the morning. The Rev. O. H. Bertram, pastor, will conduct florviciis in tho rear couch of th train, unlng as his aul>- the Right Track with ject, "On God." Letter From Santa Claus Dear Children. And now for a walk through the wood*. But first I must pull on my huge fur boots, shrug into my fur coat, cap, muffler and mittens. (I Just never forget my mittens as Mother Claus would bo terribly upset If 1 did. Once I did forget them but I didn't let her know. That was the time I had to go to bed for a week because my hands had gotten so cold.) Let's take along a few of the elves for our walk. Here. Skippy, you too. Happy, and how about you! Pussy! Now here we go through the new fallen snow. As we go, little elves are kicking snow flakes with the tips of their gay toea, ringing The North Pole tiny bells all the while. Can't you just hear the merry jingle? Now "Bill" OM.lcowi.kl at the City « Htor* lor >ll jro«r linn or c«» mt lor qita* we are down among the Christmas trees, nil flaky with thnlr winter drofm of Know. They are whispering among themselves. Maybe I can catch what they nre niiylng. Ah yon. Here In wlmt they are Haying, "Hutih my pine trees. Here IH Snnta with a group of merry elves. Do you suppose that we Hhall be chosen this Christmas to be decked with colored balls and baubles for the delight of all the children? Will there be piles of toys under our branches for happy girls and br>yH?" And I laughed lo myself as I said, "But of course." Love, SANTA CLAUS -Take no Itii.ilti r At —Aflf. rcK »n nndden wlni«r Krlrkxnn Motor*. l» ln ' l ' r ' il " y "" r ** r nolv - Around The World In Brief NEW rniSSIDENT Panama—The Republic of Pan- rma has HB third president in the past H!X <layn. Dr. Arniilfo Arlnn wmi iiworn In early tndiiy i. tier an doctoral jury announced that a recount of tho votes In tho 19-18 election showed he should have -Won. ——oOo ALL-OUT TmiVK Miinlln—The Philippine* government has Iwgtin an nil-nut drive ngulnnt Nome 000 to 1,000 'rebels hiding In tile wooded hills of HutunifiLs province. 1'nuildrnt Qulrlno has ordorixl lund, *<!«, and air forces' to crush tho irohels. oOo POLK SITTER DIKS Birmingham, Ala.—Fat Percy Coplon, the fasting polo-sitter, died early todny after falling In the bathroom of his home. Cop- Ion, who came down from" hU polo Monday because of dizzy •ipells, had lost 110 pounds In !)3 clays of». his scheduled 100-day fast, and was down to 247 pounds. A doctor had pronounced him in good condition shortly before hid fatal fall. oOo—— DEATH TOLL Chicago—A nationwide check hy Dulled Prewt NhnwN that tit l«;t«t 158 perMoiiM wore kill ml In ThimJcKKivlng- holiday accident*. Traffic mishaps alone accounted for »0 deaths. • oOo TORNADOES Alexander City, Ala.—Tornadoes that rlppod over Eastern Alabama Thanksgiving Day hay: left :it leant 15 persons dead, two missing and feared dead, and 19 In hospitals. At least fi8 othr-r person!) arc nursing leaner injuries. HOUSINO W a N h 1 n (rtnn — Government housing expert* predict, that nn all-time record wttl he wit this yea* In the number of new home* going up. The 4te<rartinentft of labor and commerce report more than 84,<t,WW> new humeit were Hturted In the flrirt 10 month* of the year. > • oOo PROBE CONTRACT .Washington—Four w!tne»ne> are due to testify today that there wan no partiality !n the contract awarded hy the Army Quartermaster Corps to WcHtlnghoiifte Electric for water coolers. A judiciary group heard toHtlmony «ho other day charging that tho Army changed UN cooler specification* to fit the We«tlnghou»e product. • oOo PT BOATS Washington —A high-ranking naval officer says the Navy plans to make further use of the famous PT boats nf Workl War II Roar-Admiral Robert. Blxcoq »avH the Navy IN working- on plnnw for new high speed motor torpedo boats with more powerful gines, greater firepower aluminum hulls. oOo SPECIAL PLANS '• London -Diplomatic sources in London nay that KuHsln bun «[,<•- clal plans for Soviet Marshal Rokossovsky, the new Polish cle- fenHc minister. Thopo sources any RokossovMky will take over com- pinto control of the Wai-Haw government after directing a campaign aimed at wiping out anti- Russian am! antl-Cnmmunist tcntiment, —oOo SKKK LOAN \Va»hlngt<m—The Hmlrman of the American Export-Import Bunk IUI.VH Hpain has appriwu-h.-d officials ,if the hank nhout I he IMMwihllHy of a loan, but Bunk Chairman Ifrrhert Gnnton Bays It appears unlikely that the Franco government »Ti| get H loan »t thj» time. oOo- Lake SUCCORSTho UN political committed has refuaed to indorse the Russian effort to condemn the United States,- Britain and France na warmongers. •- oOo NKAK CHUNGKING Hong Kong -Chinese Communist troops nro reported to have driven lo a point only 35 miles cast of t.ho temporary Nationalist capital of Chungking. Reports reaching Hong Kong Indicate the Rerls nrn rolling along almout at will. cn- and _!__?. Leased Wire Service of the United Prei* 14 PAGES On Borrowed Time /i . t • _. Carter Asks Gormley R eports ^ . Chief defense counsel for west count Inlmr lemlnr Harry Bridge*, Atty. Vincent Halllnan (above), San Francisco, Calif., has teen sentenced to six mniithft Imprisonment for contempt of court hy Federal Judge George B. Harris. I-ater the judge announced he was "restoring all of the attor- nel's right* In this court tuitU conclusion of this trial." (International Soundphoto) Beacon Falls Housing Study Progress Made Beacon Falls Correspondent'* Phone 0734. The housing survey being conducted In Beacon Fall*, sponsored by American Legion Pout 25, Is progressing satisfactorily, accord- Ing- to a report of John McGeevor, chairman, at Wednesday night's meeting of the post. A meeting of the housing committee will be held -Monday night In the Legion Home, at 7:30 o'clock, to which any one who has a hou*in«- problem In invltod. Ef- ftirts have been made to contact- all such people, but the post believes many may have not been reached. Scoutmaster Raymond Jones reported upon findings and recommendations of the committee which is working to further Boy Scout activities in town. In addition to member of the committee •econtly appointed, members of the Scout Committee, the Ruv. Jerome T. Cooke, pastor of St. Michaels church; Edward Rung, Raymond Doiron and John AfcG-eever, have icce-pted membership, Prospects u-o bright for an enlarged Scout- g program. Tho Post voted to support the Inancial drive now being conduc- 'ed by Mattatuck Coucll, of which he goal for Naugatuck and Boa- ion Falls Is $3,300. Members of the 3 o»t will convnra locally. Comman- Icr Ernest Trz,-inki points out that he funds ralncrl ai-.j to "extend ho Scouting program to nw groups and to assist in the traln- ng of volunteer leaders, and to i«lp in promoting Cuih Scouting, md in other ways enlarge and available the benefits of to moro boys." ChrlHtrnu* Gifts •Members of the American Legion Auxiliary who hrivo not sent in holr package for the Christmas PRICE FIVE GENTS Support For Scout Drive Four Committee Heads In Radio Broadcast Today In n statement today, supporting the 1049 Boy Scout financial campaign, which opens today, Warden Harry L. Carter asked the coopera tlon of all Naugatuck residents I making tho drive successful. The warden Bald, "The Boy Scou organization la again asking th public to assist It financially dur Ing the coming year in order thf Us many activities may be car-He out as planned. There should b no hesitation on tho part of ou citizens in continuing to suppoi such a worthy cauwo, as has boo done In past yearn. "The Boy Scout movement ha been and will continue to be a Important part in tho training o our youths for good citizenship. Thi training means BO much for ou country's future and should b continued without interruption. "The amount of contributions re quested is small In comparison t the value received by the youn boys of our community from Bo Scouting. I hope everyone will glv their support to this Importun campaign." Four leaders \,t the Naugatuc; District. Boy Scout financial drlv will bo hoard In n. special broad cast outlining tho campaign at 5:3 o'clock this evening over Statloi WATR. The drive for $3,300 openec oduy. Tho drive will be discussed b> 'aul S. O'Brien, general chairman of finances; Conrad S. Ham, chair man of the Industrial division; .To soph H, Little, chairman of tin residential committee and James B NIcK, chairman of the business dlvl *ion. They will be heard following tho regular 5:30 NEWS broadcast Canvassing for tho drive start od today and will continue througl Sunday. Because of lowered age limits in Scouting, more boys arc now eligible for membership and funds'are needed to carry out programs of training adult leaders needed to handle the enlarged troop memberships, according to Mr O'Brien. Traffic Safety Record; 900 Days Without Fatality From Nightmare To Get-Together M.MU».I9*M| —.^..u..r...lJl.-r--i. - - - .- . ^^ »ift shops at Veteran.-! Hospital at Rowing-ton and Jlocky Hill, are " Bleed to send them to Ruth ible, president, as soon as po.-!- Mrs. Cheskey announces that she uiKt make rahlpment Monday. Tho esporiBo ))«« boon genoroti.-j, but he does not wish to have anyone's ' ft left out uf tho shipment bc- IIIKC H l< received li,t> lato. "Hike" Noonan Dies In Waterbury Watcrbury, Nov. 25—(1JP)_A re- Jred Watcrb'.iry life guard is dead. Georgo Hike Noonan was 67 years old. While serving as life guard n city parks from 1912 to 1!H3, f-Joonnn claimed he saved some 150 persons from drowning. Noonan's favorite winter pastime was outdoor swimming. Ho usually picked the coldoiit days, chopped a hole In the lr,e rif a lake nnd took a dip. "ouple Escape Injury As Car Is Demolished Windsor Locks, ov. 2f> CUP)- — Thanksgiving almntit. ended In tragedy for a Rockvllo coupin. aoc- t-nilH before a tr.aln struck and demolished their automobile on o. rrillro'id crossing, Mr. and Mrs. ICi-nent Obcnauf were dragged to safety. Police H.-i.id Ijholr car stalled on tho tracks and five men were try- Ing to gut It. Htart.od when the In,In WII.H sighted. The men drag- god the couple out r>t the car ju.it In time and they wore not injured. T J .ut ip'ollci! arroHtetl Ohenaiif who lh;;y wilfl w ,u.. t.hf driver of the t-nr. He i, T ch:irg«l with driving while under the influence of liquor., LOSING CONTROL London—An exiled former RUH- slan leader Hays the Soviet government Is losing control over the mlndN of its citizen*. Alexander Knronnky, who wa* Russian prime mini-tier for a brief period after the 1017 revolution, bad- en hlN opinion on dlscUNPilona with many refugee* from hln homeland. Max Leonhardt, 85, Resident 72 Years, Dies; Rites Saturday Max Lconhardt, 80, one of Nau- jutuck's oldest German-born reai- dontH, died Wednesday evening al the home of his daughter, Mrs John Broadcrick, 167 High street. Born In Germany 85 years ago, he came to Naugatuck at the ago of 14 and made his home here for the past 72 years. He was employed at the U. H. Rubber Co. until hlw retirement 14 yearn ago. Besides Mrs. Broadorlck, Mr. Leonhardt IB survived by another (laughter, Miss Gertrude Lconhardt of New Haven and a son, Max Leonhardt, Jr., of Naugatuck, two grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral norvicdH will bo held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at tho C. H. Green Funeral Home 06 Terrace avenue, with the Rev. Wln- frcd B. Langhorst, rector of St MIchaol'H Episcopal Church, officiating. Burial will b« in Orovo Com- fttcry. Friends may call at the funeral Home this afternoon and evening from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 10 o'clock Salvation Army Unable To Provide Sufficient Dinners Hartford, Nov. 25 fUP) — The Salvation army reported reluctantly today that for the first time .'-Inert tho war tt was not ablp to provide ns iwany Thanksgiving fllnnors and food 'gaskets as worn needed. A Salvation Army official says that four times as many could have been given out in Hartford 1 , RapWIy recuperating at Klnilley Air Ba»e In Uermiida, mirvlvoni ,.f the B-20 cra»h In the Atlantic K reet tt. Edward Lynch (ri^ht) p/l7t of ?"* T , T* -I"*"" that loeated tholr " fft raft«. Shown (1 L to ""are Sgt, Lyle Pound; Lt. Krne«t Oliver, shaking hand, with I ' Leon Culberson; Sgt. John J. Harris. »nd Capt, W Jone« two two; two; one; wo; a folows: 1937, two; 1940, one: 1943. one; none; 1941. J914. 1917. far In It Mengacci Reports N G Garage Land Approved By Governor Deed To Rubber Ave. Tract To Be Executed Next Week A deed, conveying about throo nd a half acres of borough owned roperty. on Rubber avenue to tho State of Connecticut, will be nailed to Brigadier General Joseph r> . Nolan of the Connecticut Na- ional Guard, Hartford, the first •art of next week. Warden Harry L. Carter today aid that he has been notified by 'tate Representative Adam Mon- oid that the governor and nl- orney general have given their pproviil on the land, which in l.o )o tho Bite for t.ho projected Na- lonal Guard garage and armory. The warden has been awaiting fficinl notification from Hartford s to whether or not the property vas acceptable to the governor nd attorney general, but no writ- en approval has boon received by ho borough official. Borough Ally. Joseph 18. Ta'bot , completing a lltle search on the roperty, and the warden said the cod transferring tho land should o ready by tho first of next wwik, t which time It will bo forwarded o Hartford. The National Guard proposes to on.Mtruct a garage on the land, Jolted In the southwest corner of deadowbrook Farm property The roject must be under contract by >cc, 31, and will cost $150,000. Rush For P. O. Jobs Postmaster Frank T. Grcon announced that 150 applications for part time employment during the Christmas rush have been received at tho Nuugatuck Post Off Ice. The number Is the largest ever to be filed, Mr. Green Bald. Only about 70 of the applicants will be needed, Mr. Green stated, and he added that veterans will be given preference. He said that no more applications will be accepted. Tho first of tho Chriwlmas workers are expected to start about Doc. 17 or 18. Others will bo taken on as the volume of mall Increases, Mr. Green- said. Deaths —Mm. Jtnrn (Clifford) BradHhuw, 85, ,,t 20 Qoorge »tronl Naugutuck, In Naugatuck Nov' 24 19-19. Funoral Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the Buckmiller Funeral Home 22 Park place, to St. Francis' Church at » o'clock. Burial In St. James' Cemetery, friends may call a( 'ho funnral homo tomorrow from 7 to 10 and Sunday from 2 to B and from 7 to 10 o'clock and that the situation appears to ! ORI/ZO—John Henry, 3, o f be the same throughout Connecticut. Truck Hits Fallen Tree, None Injured Morris. Nov. 215—(UP)-—A truck plowed Into a tree which had fallen across a highway, but all t'ireo 1 occupants escaped unhurt. The tree, which was more than 100 years old, had toppled onty a few minutes before tho crash. Tho driver, Howard Didsbury of Thorn- Baton, didn't sec It In time to stop and his vehicle was wedged beneath t. Riding with him were James DnLodg and Ooorge Cook, also of Thomaslon, Cbnovor Htreet, Brooklyn,'N. Y In Brooklyn, N. Y,, Nov. 23, 1!MO Funeral lomorrow at the Flt.s> Koriild Funoral Homo, 240 North Main Hhreol. Burial In Drove Comotory. Friends may call ul the funeral home this afternoon and evening from 3 u> 5 and from 7 to 0 o'clock. LEONIIARDT—Max, 85, of 107 High street, Naugatuck, in Nau- galuck, Nov. 23, 1949. Funeral tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock ' *jb e C- H- Grcon Funeral e, ^6 Terrace avenue. Burial in Grove Comotery. Friends m ny call at the funeral homo this afternoon and evening from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 10 o'clock —For ClirlniiniiM •hop at glit* | or t | l() j ....... In W«t*rlm"y wh""" >»n tlml Hlx llm,r« ol tariiUnr. nml »» " Atlr, (r«m mniiuto«ter- Mrs. Nora Bradshaw Succumbs At 85; Native Of Ireland Mrs. Nora (Clifford- Brad:ihaw, 85, widow of tho late Andrew Bradshaw, died suddenly yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs ThomaH Wals^i, 20 George street A-hcro she made her borne. Dr. William E. Hill, medical examiner said death was due to A heart attack. A native of County Limerick Ireland. Mrs. Bradnhaw was born In 380-1 nnd camo lo this country and Nimgjituck t)r> ycnrs ngo. In ri.ddit.lon lo Mrs. Walsh, she is survived by another daughter, Mrs. AgnnH Powers, Norwich; three nonH, Thomas P., Jamen F. and Kd- ward G. Bradshaw, all of Naugatuck ; a nlstcr, Mrs. Margaret Folcy Naugatuclt; a brother. JCdward Clifford of Ireland and eight grandchildren. Funeral ' wervlccs will be held from the Buckmlllcr Funeral Homo, 22 Park place, Monday morning nt >3:30 o'clock to St. Francis' Church where a solemn high Mass of requiem will be celebrated at 9 o'clock. Burial will be in St. .Tamos' Comotery. FrlcndH may call at the funoral home tomorrow evening from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 10 o'clock. Savings Increase Hartford, Nov. 25—<U P)—Many Connecticut citizens are thankful that they're ready for Christmas The Savings Banks' Association of Connecticut reports that more stato cltiMns flaved more money In Christmas clubs Ihls year than ever before. ic total Is more than 118000- savcd by 234,000 depositors. I hat a nbout $1,000,000 more than ™ 000, last year. $79, Ti The account Is Last Traffic Death Here In June, 1947; 20 Killed Since 1935, Records Show; Police Chief In Appeal For Safety An, all-time record of 900 days free of traffic deaths was sot by Naugatuck ot midnight Wednesday, according to statistic* revealed by Police Cheif John J. Gormley. The boroughs lust fatal traffic accident woi» on June 8. 1947. Last year Naugatuck was honored by the national traffic organization for Its record of completing 1948 free of traffic deaths. In 3fi more days, the borough wil bo cljtiblc for honors for cornel-ting two full years fatality free. Records of fatal accidents covering the post 14 years, compiled by Chief Gormley. ahow that three motor vehicle deaths In 1936 made that the worst year of the 14 year period, with 1942, 3946 and 194J? th-> bo«t years, with no triifflr deaths recorded. In the 14 year* m persons were killed In traffic accidents. The record 1« a folow« : J93fl 1930. three; 1939, two: 1912, none: IMS., two; MMfi, none 1919. none. Chief G-ormley a-ppc^ls to bor- f>up> motorists to continue their effort,, in K .,f c driving nnd warn. Mint extra caution is now needed with the approach of winter Pedestrians and motorists alike are urged by Chief Gormey to oxerci£ cm-o on the highways Flagpole Going Up, Again!! Work commenced again today on erecting the flag p»r.e on the town hall building to extend over the Church street sidewalk. Tho polo has collapsed twice since it was placed on tho front of the Building at second story level George Demers. Bridge street roofer who T,«.S awarded the con- w^i ?'" Jthc inirt *"atton. reamed R M, ,l ay - Su Pe'1ntcndent of •Public Welfare, J. Rudolph Anderson who has charge of th« town hall biuldlng, today xnld that Mr Demcrs claims the flag polo will be InstoJlcd permnnently Specifications for the job called for a. steel pole to be Installed in a Bronze base on the building f ont When the pole crashed th,, the B, in '° lh ° 8rrOUnd - c * r '-yln* ed that tho polo had bo^n" s^Tn » cast Iron bams. When the 7>loe was Inst-iUcd for the second time a steel base wn, 'i.sed, with larg*. screws clomping- the equipment Into the lulldlnif ' ric polo droipped to th c B"th tunaa •pcdertrlani „„,,, escaped | njury „,, t , without warning. List Nine Cities With Labor Surplus Washington. Nov. ->r, nj . . Nine Connecticut rifle d . very mibulantlnl lab. have been t na mir- or moro un- nre A Oanlelson New W Plus with 12 per cent employed. They B * rla *»P°rl Bristol. Mcrlden, New Britain, (Jon. Grot on nn«l Wut«-rbury The Labor Department report* Hartford has a moderate labor supply with some five per cent out of work. New Haven Is clarified a» Having a substantial labor aurplus with from uovcn to 11 per cent unemployed. SHOPPING DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS •»H«r viiil Santo Clout ot your fovorit. ttor». Shop whlU ttocki or* plentiful — 25 doyi more. Mr. 0*11 RM«. ttM Oak p» IkU «rt». tor OnL "
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