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1 •1 $ 1 i $ l m ywM 1 . m I i(i I f Two BEACON FAILS SEWING SESSION WILL BE HELD AT BEACON FALLS Hospital Garments Will Bo, , Made JJor Bod Oros^, Thursday ' ftcm-on FalK Conn,, April 1—MfiH- pltal KiirmonlM will !»<« niudo for Uin lind (JroHH at an all-day HCW- IHK HOHslon Idiuorrnw af Mm hoa- POM Krtll'H Hccroatlon rJubrooniM on ( \faln Hlri-ol, Ntarthm 1 ut 10:MO o'nlftck In Ibc rnnrnliiK. llfoaUMi 1 of luc-k or'maU'rlal, ttH'i'c IIU.H bf'nn nfi M<'Svl[iK I'or Hi'Vi'ral Wnokn, but It Is oxpci'tctl, nft'U'.hil.H Hl.Mlr.rl, that Uu-.ro will In* no stiort- (iiid KtJ«(ur« film, Unlay and lonlj;ht, Is llinml n,^ follows at Uio follow- hiu (lii'uU'1'.s; x, AU'tr/nr, Nnuunlnok O— 8:1)0 (Jo nil NiuuinUick. )— 1)120 I.oowV* ^ nm-cs- bmM'foro Hit* SVIH-UM lo , m inh sowing' svlll Hary lo innol. Mu> quota. (wcryonn svlllliiK l<> *''•• chiy 'cadi ..w<n.<k In ln«lp. on Thurrf- duyM, will tm wcliuuurd. If any \vi.Hii lo uHMlnt foi 1 «ni i 'hull 1 day, Miolr sorvliM^ will also 1 ho will have a iiot-luuk (llnni-r Hiu-vcd at noon. Tlifii-c l« an ti('K<Mit ncnd for wowing mfirthlw'M »nd anyono whn han ouo IM lli-K'-d In l' l iul 11 for onu day oi 1 for tin; duration, All Jiui-H^cng/'rH ot Iho C'.lvlllua l><'f»-fiH<! 'iinlU 'aro nniuOHlt'd to meat HilM dvfiiJnK nl tljc UHHombly rooni a I (JMDli'p Hdiool at ll:'i."i d'ulnok, 'rhnHf. svbo fu-n 15 youi-H of Hhould I'l'InK » wrltton I'l-orii thnlr paronln o DIM I. i.lit',v inuy HOI- vi? UM Kfi-M cturlnK thn connc.nt Library Open Tomorrow Tho HojuHiM Kaltn library w , Wutorbury u , /; ,v..r, ; 1 0—7 : MfJ—fl {45 open tomorrow at'lornoon from I o'clock to 4;JMJ o'uloi-.k, Instead of Friday. Thu library will bo clo.siul ull duy Krlduy, as well ua the .Married \t\ Ma Myrta AnnHload, of Now , Havi'n, who llvqd. in, ntnicon K. ' '' ' fo ,\frH, y<Ui('s .with ho'r' aunl, Mabdl -Androw, on Maplo SVUH uiarrlwl lanl u von I UK to Walnli, HOJI of Mr, and Mrs. l-'rank W«l.-«li ol' Meadow Hlr.cot, S»>VHHHII'. The (ionunony look place In tin? roolor'y ol' St, Augustine's nJiuirli hi Seymour, .Miss Justine Hnpprloh of Main Hti'fet, and 10(1- warrl Walsh, brolluir of the bvldc- Kro'orn, wi-ro Ihn attending coilplc. MI-H, Dorothy Boi'Knls, and Carl Cunly, both of VVuHhli^ton, until rocontty ' rosldontH of Hoacon I-'allH, having lived -harp . for riifiny ynars, (u'o at' the Utehfleld counly Jail, at UU'hflold, awaiting ar- I'ftlHJimont on statutory 'charges In !iU[H'i'mi« court in A)>ril, um-ordfn« to Htuto polhio of tho Ulohfleld harrackn, Tho rouplo was linund ovor lo linurt from Washington ' Iho Kl^hcr court from W«S»I»KUHI juMll('i) court, Nnlllinr'.wa.s able Iq furnlHli b'oiiflM sot a t' 'J?r»,000 for tho hi? i mm and $1,000 for, the woman/ pn't •vs'. - -ir h'ev" millions^; ; 6f^- our members, Avorking^;ia;nUlls:;,and;,raclo'r1Qs' ; a'nd mines,': ii r q : proud^to-be ajsgooialecl :\v.Uh .you-^Sv ; |W? M ; :"-U : ... A : . " '"" ''"By SANlDOR .S; KtEJN'r ' . U.. P. ;S.tia^;JGorrespp,ndent navy.'s -manpower today—loss than four •••months' •after' •• this country's entry irr't'o; World'/War 1.1—is almost, ^ ™^ IL <" -#S ;•..->*>:•. ..v^ 111;. VJJIllJj^Ul .vJltlv^-J IV,' ... a':^QQjpOO-mnh: >iavy... 'Oh;- '.Nov. i, j;'ihenavs v {s'-streiislh''.reached its Easter at Slim nnd flattering ns your now Eiutor outfit I In ftwoolli-fittlng Uluo cuod Crushed Kid, with Calf irlin Lol-nn ENNA JRTTICK' Ftunaaior help you choose your cxnol.aizQ from ft vwle * »i/ f Q8 and .\vidt\\9 you'll bo OH comfy na you nro, smart when you swing into tho Easter parade. ("Vnniu" CI|$Q comes in oth,<?r (jolor» and OTHER STYLES Comfortably Stales'Police William Mcnscr made Iho arrest. • • Choir to HeiHMU'se Members ol' 'the senior choir of St. Michael's church will meet this •nvenlng. at Johnson's hall at 7:30 o'clock: for u rehearsal. Mrs. Mar- Kiirot McCarthy, tbe organist, has hpon able to obtain a small organ ami the choir will sing on Easier Sunday. There has' not boon, any music' at the Masses since. . the church was demolished, It Is hoped that la another moiilh the new St.. Michael's church , will .be completed to the sltigo where Masses Will he heard there, hour, every day. ' '" ' V ;";;;" " : } .'• V ].-. From the near .arctic to ( the .south: Atlantic, Amc'rican warships .'are. at sea, taking '"the storms,\ drlying,, at ; night wilhtiut lights,. io^klng.Jcont' slan'tly for'.eneniy , era/ t;i,:.p.r-ovi ding alert guard Tor nierclian tmnn; plyj.O.S ''- lirclInosV .:':":": .'- : ;-. : '.:..".':' . to -World' War ''peak 'of 528,952,• inc'lud- .jn&.8,997. yeomenettes. ..The navy is 1 'not rpci'Uitins y eon) en cites, for. duty • jn4hjs;warV/.;..'•.•.<': ..' ' . " t , :act =- r ,Ji§ures :: on;;tlie'number of''men YnpwV.bv 'isfcrvice'..,: But;, it^ has : mat 1 c -.)) uibi'[ c' : .' -TV^ui; ea',.^lcli.lmakc^pXssjble : an ;: est'imfri'.Q : /'V '• ,.' J '";- : A '/.'.' ,'. : '.; '' : ;';' On NoyV' : l, 'i'O-U^/n-1 i ttle,m.orQ; than iaol^'dh^^cafl^i-trti''!^!',' the.navy had: 3l i .BGpb^lc^rs':and'; ! men;. Tliat, ^ ; m'e;vaddeti^t^ ^itiije'?:^ In ', all- .']ir dtia'b'i H tyV!' 'on Qii^llT,;.' ;iji en', j >e'n 1 is ted : fpr-'vv)ilch' : r^ vin-'' r Krti.nhri"' ; '••'•'• " ;; ' ' ""'••'••''•'••"• : ' : •"•'•''''•• tt'& ITS ATTAeKS OR GERMAN U-BOATS NORWASH SHOE STORE NEARY, BLDCf,, 209 OHUROH ST, •Open Every Saturday 'E.vening until NAUGATUCK o.'clock Aboard Flagship, U, S. Atlantic Fleot, April J-MUP)r-Thcv United Stalim in 1 warring'with increasing strength aRrtlnst' axis U-l)oats and "rnoro. 1 prolltable days arc ahead", for the navy's submarine hunters, Vleo-Admlral II, 10. Ingersoll,"commander" of the Atlantic fleet, said today, . ' "The situation Is bound to improve with the placing In service of. new dostroyeVs,' anil- 1 submarine; craft, escort'craft, and' planes," be said. '''',•, Picturing to fleet correspondents an Ihti'Icatb 'aiid' far ffung system of. operations both to protect con- vo'ys and dostrdy f-nerny raidnrs, he described the-battle of'the Atlantic as "n grind," pointing out that his ,11(011 had 'been battling st'orms and submarine menace for months with j'ooiirftgn and dogged clutormlnallon. "No one coulrl have done any holler under adverse, conditions of operations," ho said. "The grind will oontlnuo." As commander in chief of the Atlantic Kleet, 'Inprcrsoll. Is ros'pon- Hlblo for' protecting, convoys on. the American sldo, of the ALJnnllo and for the ill root I on of offensive, war- faro against tho enemy, "wherever found." , llls'ofl'Icors described him as mat, tor-of-fact, friendly, elTlcicnt, tlior- ^ ough-goii.<g, and thoroughly trained Dolalls of ^operations cannot 'be , rovc.alr.d, but II, ca nlm'sahl.that'tJio i Atlantic fleet is in . tlio. w,inr .w.l.tji ' ovory'ship 'and every'vinah available U'K IIAVK mWN Al'IM>1NTKI) AN Tire Inspection / BEING YOUR TIRES, HE$E. TO INSPEO.T^I) (.he 'alllCJd' ' -Thgerspll . ., ihe' situation , .wiL|VouL . llin't. .it- slioul'd\.nbt bp, yiewcd ;. as 1 without considerab.]c .gravity,;. ;; ;.-.; . •- 1 ' '' "Sinkings 'have-becrp.-'In? relalively s rn a 1 r pr p p or tip n" ' t p' ,th e, la v se'-' h wi\-.' her of ships at/sea',."' lie. said,-, ll bii|; a 'great number o,r'thpsp;;suoJs;baye bonn.'ta'nliers.";' . ."-. '.'':'.'• .".,""':•.'-: Of .enemy, submarine ra.iders^ in. general,. 'hc' : said: "M riprV.t.sce.how. tb.cy^.can t fail,to, 11..,;'. I U „ ' ! <4n'iitA.'i* 'r\C' fh'o ' .••' 'Tin i f.hfl ( >&^ •&•?• of, Chatta- • ''Si nccj s .tl.ve , attack' bh ( . Pearl ; -Harbor H 'ennstnV^hls :: -have :l iiyenVgcd / niorc. HlVan/ib.opp 1 a, week. .Ancl". iqffipialS .said•' 'they -ai v e'- sll 11 •• cpb'LJhu'ing'' at ;a '. : hrgry;;iwti.^ iplncp nVirt t.hh v 'nn vV Js' : h'dt '.leiting' UP' - s-;s;reno',._ vastly ifripreiFfl^^^ 'U'^ln-, : : •progra.'jjV:/ At'Htbp!;present :ijrn,Ci. ay ; rs''concenti\\tJng:6ni ' realise;"'', the ; pb\ver' "of' States." " Atlantic, flbef is 58, •' admiral, the father. ." of a lieuieiiant. . • ofj,;ibe', naval and r T.lCQk:o.ffjeers;'; '.;••'•'.':,'.'!..'.' .. ;: 1 n r '"addrti oji''. i t'l is. bill Id ing,, 'a ,big 'reseWbir : .pf. : ; oTficers "'t or HHc^' ; futuvc'. . : I t ' is : ac'cep.tirig •enlis'lmcritsT rp^n : cbl- 'iegie iv frcs'Iimnn : and' • so p(iom ores'* in ; ; Viie. L>;: sd-oWeyi''' V. 7 'F: •pjassV'.'i'l'hfese re r . ' ;; ' inducted., TO I)I UJ \/n \\i y, H V L«. i uuii F ir/v.ii r ci.i.y.i j .. jin.i_i.»w"'y«-«j ( IVpjng'alipwcci,to':fjnislt:at. lerist t'wp •or v 'nf6re:years of .c'dllcge. 'The navy i^bones''' to ennst'^p^hnnyall.y. under 4 (,H e "V-l" 'program '. ""(ft' t hi s 'h ii m b er ? 'the' top 35,000 'eventually will be •given. officer training.' The remain^ •dcr wil Ibe called to duty, in an .cnj listed ...status;. ; • The. : grea(i .wave • of, enlistments has,•necessitated hasty expansion of facl.lltje's at' naval training sta'tio'ns| This expansion has grown ; rapidly •at the'Great Lakes,. Ill;, Newport; R; '•],; ^orfqilc, Va'.; ;and;' ; SajV; Diego; riniirV" o'l^fVAUc? 'HiiKr Voo'i ni'chlV 1'hn ;. Gen.' MacArthu'r's Headciuarters, Australia, April 1' —.(UP) — The American Federation of. Labor ,,ari.d r . the 1 ' Congress'. Of Industrial; O'rgan,- IxJitlpns pledHetl, to'..':Cien. Douglas, MacAi'lhur' today, the unqualified support of their mllllons :< p'f 'members 'for a. fight to Conipl.etQ.^vic-' I rii>v' ' ' • lory. • To the AFU MacArlhur replied : : . ':. "Lnbor hris'. never failed., ...--Aray. : CiQd bless yoii all." • '•• . '•.To the DIG lie said: , : "1 appreciate"deeply youiv rnes-. •sngQ. Labor' has played a' in'agn'ifi.^ :cent part In every 'groat .war' our. •republic hns-'l'o'ughfc; 'and'wiU'do^it again;"" . •• ' ' ' ' '' •'!.". ' 'Tho APL message was: . ."•"We are" behind 'you, • General, five millions strong. \ye solemnly .'pledge lo invest ••,?j 1 ,ooo;oqq;floq l ;.-:of our • earnings to help maintain 'you and '' ' '- l,» J|, iTl^lAUIIV, .It*,., 1AJ.V.* -*_.*.*« - ; — <_j — I Ga 1.1 f,-;" stn Uons. .Oil 1 y. yes'terday t'h6 navy' 1 annbuncc'd'that a big hew. Lralnlng. centpr,wHl:.bc.. es ' at Tendpreiile^iiake,'.Idaho •'mllos'-Jr.bm °' u - 1 ' A ' >:k " : «^ 0 iv - established about 4» J7. > ir "I ;.: Putnam, Conn., Aprjl J—(U,P)— ; 'Sale of 'the 'North Grosvenordale. plant of the Grosvenordale 'Go:',"one, of the.largest and best' equipped cotton..mjlls. in Nc.w . Bnglancl, was 'amjouncecl. /..to.day by Treasurer Gebrgc'V,\i\fecban-.'' ' ."'.Tlie .sale ,was, to 'ClucLJ., Poabody '&, Gb;,',Troy, N. Y., maker of Arrow , ,,, . ., 'skirls. NOisalc price, was announced. The mill 'employes i^OO- workers and/'abc6rding- to-Meehan; willI con- Linue ; under l:h.e .; Present; m, n, fe?- ment: About 50 per cent ol produc- tlori now 'goes toward national- defense. k,,^>. .•.-,x,Y»-ri •.', *.'fe7 ft!*- Washington, -April. j-.(UP)-H>t; ^^u^^.^^^^ 0 ^ abundant food by its Germanin. • • •tj will' KO hungry .this ^"a 1 *- IUO Ciitice'pf'Mcls'and Figures : said to : L broadcasts'from < i-dommatef have revealed dras lions, seizure of farm -•-•:.•->._ t> "-black- market", operations,.in faci the OFF said, Germany, and the obher Countries .are ; being, caned : ,ori, for fuVtliMr sacrifices.'!.- .'* ,/\ r . ferlyV/'t Marc|C% :OFF.; **^% Jnnounceda ^^stmenr-of^ hv radio has., rcporUfy &£&&&& **'"? : - :~ J3o.si.on', "'April ._.., of-. i,hrec v -no\y"yltaniins \va' s ,JJ ed"-today.; by,. Dr../I), W. \y ( :iv6'ckpfc l ner 1 'jnsl,!l.ure lo u , era tl On 'of:: A m cr \ c/i n So cieii f] Experimental Biology. 'plijj 1 •m ins—which haven't boon £ ahcT whose* nature still is u ^ —were -found 'in grass ami ||. -. • •» ' i~-. 'Y"\»» . "X'O-^ritritt M.KM oil- by Biv guinea while ^^TCXCOLDS |L l/Mi f o ac many:SvU);.ircdil^. brood, :f ? meal, rations -btelnnrng in AP In Italy, farmers may keep J ,.he"r wheat than, before, •and brc ions,:]iay;e Dee.^ cut a)mosl,,one r ] - 0 Ividonce''is at band Sat France Norway, Holland and Croatia; i e also; feeljng; the', pmch, v the OM " ''"' ''" "' Fall nivcr, t Mass.,. April l-(UIJ) ^-The b l 6(ly of ! James Sherman, who would' . have 'celebrated bis ninth' 'birthday tomorrow,. wns • re•covered from...the Quequechnn river fod'av-after he, had'been mlssjng : a ••week. P6li.cc 'saidv: Hie •boy.-ap- naren'tlv bad lumhled Into l.he/lv- ; cr " enrtiitc" tio •school. 1 , He .was a son Of Mrs.' R-utb A.'. Sherman. .• • Boston, April . 1 business 'activity, in Nc\y , . Was ' materially higher .durjjig February 'than in February 1941. al- thb.u'gb the. level was slightly , lower 'than, during; January, the.. Fed-, era! Re'scrvq bank .of Boston, reported 'today. . ':'• • Increases 'in- the . building., indiJ.V try, deiDar.tment store .sales,, and 'fccigiu'cnr loadings were, offset, by declines in raw cotton consumption' and boat and, shoe.' production.. ' The b'ii lid liig ind ustry, a t. a •.- lo s \v ; volume In .January,, increased, considerably, 'during February, while sales' volume. of ; ' U9..representative depariment'siores, showed, a 18,i per' cent' increase .in February over • the procedipff 'mbnl,h.. Total revenue freight carl pad ings showed a '4.6^pcr. cent rise in February; over January, 1 and, during, the. first 11 ,\Yceks of llhis year, .made,a.. 9.1 per cent .'jump, over' the., corresponding J9U period. " ' •' . '• ... Raw,,co.t),on .consumption .slumped during February from the January. • total' although, it made a 13.1 .per .' cen't gai n. over February lO-'i J. B p o I. and '•shoe .production... alsp ..dipped, 'showing a -1,4 per cent,.,decline,Jn, .FcbruaL-y. fi;oni- % .January... > , . 85 YEARS !Y>l|i^,^ LIHHi , AT HO. ^XTHA. CHMtt EVE$ KSXA.\n.\ED.. PRESCK?PTIflNS FlUJffl By A; W. WALKER Optometrist «i ' Boston, April I^.(IJR)— A pre- druft; period of traini,ng v for'. selective ' ser'vice .registrants will , be, .started"'' in AiassaolTusci.ts'.a'rixidrJes' sq6n,.'Cipv;;'Lev;erct(, SaHons tall, said '' '•"'• 'to'clay. Lovely Dressies for Easter Beautifully Styled- and Moderately Priced, ' 'and ' 'Barbette?' Styles are '' v. .'•"/ ' '' .' in ; the fields,of fashion.. your righting "forces -whore. We further pledge 'that we will' build for your'fighting -fbrces Ih'o 'finest weapons' the w(?r)d. ha,s; ever pi-bduue'd'."' ' : ( '•'.';/'-"; •The 010 said: ',.. '•*'.'• ' ' '••• "Tli'e exeoul.Tve boai'd has.-unani- n-iously |d i rooted ' me'"Id c6'nvoy;' -to you and your gallant/ .men ;' our - -- — — "-~- -^— - ~... ,....; .,, i,. »iv. .>/.-,. I * r .Vi •: r -'i:i Ndugatuck Defense Counci . •••'.' Calendar For ,\Veck, .; 28,; 1042. Notions of-Dor.onsn MenUn«s for Insertion, in/ . at tho •i)«rnwn CJouiinll H«M»K|nni'tors op^.ul-llin M\ Cros^ Chnplw 'hy 5 I\M, on Thurstiny pi'cewlliifj insertion, SAtVACiK COLU^liloNS EVEHV DAY IHSFENSE 'IIDQTMS,V..-;.'.". — • • • • • — • • • - 1 ' 1 RED C.HOSS ' lIOL^Ip, - -.... - WKDNICSUAY, .'^Jirn I— r.i^xn^M. -i-.-. -.- y- , . f . T-aO-JJ'OOp m; Police. Station—Gapt. Anth'ony Malone. ,, ... PIHST AID , CLASSICS .''' '•"" : .-, ! '•"..-•- ' •, •'. -,. -; Y. M. Cl. A,—Mrs. Frances" B. Gordon. ., .;.;;-,U* S' Rubber 'Co.—Neil KlabMlllan/ ' , : •;:' ." j. ' NaugatuclcVChemlcar.Go.r-David^.Rap.pe. :,• ,.:v • High Sbjidbl.Sowing n'oorn-Sergt^Anthony ^W a J-- -,-•....,.,. -Sf.:"iV'f(iiliael's Parish' House—Mrs.- Ga.thqrine:B,..,Mixon^, .-,.-,. v , .-, i..i_ tT^l\>.X -».Tt<h'^. ,' ; A ^Iftl n-> n 1^ \ l-l nflltl! \nH't'. '•<! ' 7:30 p. rn. 7:30 p. m. 7:80p,.m, 7;30p.'m. 7:30.p..m. 7:80-p. "'i- rit. ivlicnaci o ji-'uri»ii uuuau—IVKV- vj^.v».'v»r"" ".••.'- ••jv«,r.:^>- : -:; x Gpngrogatlpnnl Parish.,1-IoVise—M..fe's ; Adelma;l^^HpagKIn^.J•-• G rang^l I all; Ncvy 'J layen; •rpnd-tfeiiry TJ;'}3rk;, M]ss fclj^A J m, .'•'• '•'• -^[r^/AmV-B;- ! Pieroo; >:< ••»•"••-- ._ : '"•\:^f^' •• 7:30.p.m,,. Masonic •liallT-Robcrt^M. ShQph^d.., \ ., "" ' ' I'lIUHSDAY, April 2—FlNGKIUMUNTlNG. '.' V ^ i l';{0-3:00p,m; 'PolTce Station—Gapt. 'Anthony/Malone, ,. ; , 7:00-10:00 p.m. Pollen Station-Gnpt. •Anthony^, Malone/: > ; I IIOAIE.NLjnSilNG qLA^SES-V ' :"-. I 2i.'JO p, m. "Red.Gross'.HQUsjo^-tlss Catherine, A,. Bypp)^.. 7:30,p. in. 2.'30 p.m. Salon 7. :30 I o 10 p, m. G o u H ^R o qiii U ,,. Brooks.- : i-usvt ilpus'a--Miss Mai'y Cinffey- :: ;;f ' ' ' HKD CiU>SS NUTIUTION CLAS^ s Aii.;' _ i ' A r..'-. 1^1-,!, A-vr" l.ToxrAc Tr $plVooi—Airs. Oohn'-VV^ilpiyes,/Jr. : , , '•'. JENTIKICATION CARDlS ' : • .:." _,•/•' -'•'.";•=;.- i.i 'iVrtrtm r rhnnin«''T-T..^Nnlah. ! Thoinas'.'H r "Nolan. ,||. 169/MAI»I,E ? fiT. II ~ II r t =v. (*••;;(":•'• ';• Phone 5184 || Auto Body and -. -.., , m. Polloo. ^h\ilon— Gap 1. Antbony, Mnlonc. 4 Hir|ycH()sp'cLAssKs,,: ; •"'..: •.••-• TlVo'.lvn(I'CrosH'.irouVc wHl'Jjo- cl9S, t . ; ., ••''• yn less ptiieiiwW.TiisU:^ '' ' '' "''' ll-Aug;.,|aijiting,-,ll ir ••:?<» > c;>»ce,i ; . 195 RUBBER AVENUE •."• ; ."••-...-•- •:.'; : • -ft:---- ..-• "Jk±i^-^m —^^^—_—J^rv,^ t , r ^^. r *r-7 r ^ TT —*••„. ',.. .^^;. 11 • 1 ''-:\V. ' v: '' ''-I *J^'^''''^*''''fi?M^ •, ';/'"'• :: ."-' : ' ; ";V'-- : .- ; jssi .. } > - - - •• - -nO"3:iMn' ; rh: Pol!QO ; 'Slntioii-^-CaiH. AnlJiony., Mnlonc,, , < '' I ,l)U"l» f\J\l 111 111, •» "Jliyi^ l_yi'A^.«.. ^--,-^. -,-•.;••-.-•..-•• w^/. i ,• (. n:'.ii,' . 7;00-10;00'n J , m,' Pplloo-'SWtJpn^-Cap.t;- Anthony ; Malone, ;: '/'Pretty ; To Yooir Very ., VS.-VA:VVW>¥ • - ; %®mm •>m$:m suit-snini't; and. aristocnUlcQlly simple ;.. to flive you .the. ^wyri^youi^husy 'lire, demands. Genuine Kid, j)lain''or ' v ti .Genuine Kid, ' jjj$. " ACGEBSORIE ' '' ":1^8l ; :i,: 0—Or—0—0—0 and Enamels for nterior purposes MAPLE STREET TEL. 35OT Footwear Better |: O. l > u* r Naugatuck Footwear Division Great Oak Earnf EGKJS CHOCOLATE -Mil* ;-:-'';POTILTRV Delivery '^tjKti'M-

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