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U.S. Court, 2-1, Upsets State's Flag Misuse Law HARTFORD, (AP) - Con- ncclicul's law .against misuse of tlie U.S. Iliiu wiis ruled unconstitutional Tuesday by a federal court-with one of the three judges registering a vigorous dissent. The ease involved a request by William P. Thoms of East Hartford, a University of Harl- ford student, who asked for an injunction lo prevent police from prosecuting him when he wore his American Flag vest. While ruling the state law un constitutional, the federal court declined to issue an injunction- .because it said it had no reason to believe police would try to enforce an unconstitutional s t a t u t e . Disagrees With Majority Disagreeing with the majority of the judicial panel, U.S District Court Judge T. Emmet Clarie said the stale has clear interest in preventing misuse of the (lag-not only.tc head off violent reactions to such conduct, but also in "the maintenance of the integrity o Ihis nation's symbol of sover eignty, its people and the heri (age of ideals which they cher ish." Clarie debunked the idea tha to make misuse of the flag ille (;al is to deny people their righ to freedom of speech under the First Amendment to the U.S Constitution. The slate law "in no way lim its the use of defiant or con temptuous spoken words di reeled toward the [lag, no does it deny or restrain thi right t o . a free and open.criti cism of the principles for whicl (he flag stands," said Clarie. The hreach-of-peace argu menl is. an important one, sai Clarie, adding: "Flag misuse i TESKEY'S PACKAGE STORE 2» Llndley St., lrid c rp»rt Phone 33S-1387 Larcesl Display «r HOLIDAY ITEMS K R I D G I ' l ' O U T POST Wcdiicsfhv. Xov. 10. 1971 ery likely to provoke violence eciuse many citizens regard uch conduct as 'fighting U.S. District Judge M. Joseph Jlumgnfeld, author of the ma- ority opinion, said, however, t h e law is overly broad nd could allow people .to be rosecuted for "verbal defilement" of the Hag. Citing other federal court rul- ngs in similar cases, Blumen- eld concluded that the law unconstitutional "because it nakes criminal t h a t which un- cr the Constitution may not be made a crime." Broid Law U.S. Circuit Judge J. Joseph milh concurred in Blumen- eld's conclusion, but made il :lcur he was doing so only be- :ausc of a U.S. Court of Ap- eals ruling against a similar Ne'v York law in the case of 'Long Island Vietnam Moratorium Committee vs. Kahn." Smith also expressed the hope that Connecticut's law could be clarified in the state courts. The state' courts should have an opportunity to sever and salvage the portion of the statute directed to destruction or dc- 'ilement of the Mag, or we should hold invalid only the 'speech' aspects," said Smith. Early Ihis year the Connecticut Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal from a lower court ruling upholding the constitutionality pi the Flag Law. VETERANS OF WWI PLAN OBSERVANCE Veterans of World War I, Barracks 77-, Brewster street, will observe Armistice Day tomorrow at 11 a.m. with Rear Admiral Edward Speers, of Southport. as guest speaker. John Verelli is post commander. Chaplain Howard O'Brien \vi deliver a memorial service. The public will be welcome. Taps will be blown. SNOW 4 BM. c .« CONCENTRATED Sclafqni Pizza A7, lnosiri Cool Whip French Toast C .^! ^ _ _ L. opinacn 89 C 48 C 49 C 5 CONSUMER-NUTRITION INFORMATION CENTER NOW IN GRAND UNION-STRATFORD As a service to the customers of our STRATFORD store, we are pleased to cooperate with the Coopcr- ative Extension Service of the University of Con- nccticut in a pilot program of providing in-store consumer-nutrition information. On NOV. llth, between 1 and 3 P.M., AND Nov. 12th, between 3 and 5 P.M., our trained rcpre- scntatives of your locol Cooperative Extension Service will be in store to provide you with con- sumcr-nutrition information. We hope you will t a k e advantage of this program. GUANO UNION - BEEF, CHICKEN, TURKEY, TUNA Mk QQc RIES GUANO UNION Potatoes Green Beans ,u»TMTM Brov/n Cows Sundaes t B-oi. Phi). THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT RETAIL PRICE CEILINGS 1. The ceiling price for any item subject to control is the highest price the company sold that product for during the base period of July 15 -August 14,1971. 2. Not all items are controlled. Unprocessed foods, such as fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh eggs and fresh whole fish are not controlled. Prices on these items may fluctuate at both wholesale and retail levels according to supply and demand. 3. Grand Union feels you have a right to know the ceiling price on each controlled item and has provided ceiling price books in the manager's oKice of each of its supermarkets. 4. Let's all cooperate lo help"STOP INFLATION." tosi* HUSHIY 71 01. r«C. 0(.,OIU««W. lO.r. " 45 C 79' 79 C PORK LOINS RIB END PORTION BY THE PIECE LOIN END PORTION BY THE PIECE RIB SIDE BY THE PIECE LOIN SIDE BY THE PIECE · COTTAGE Mb. cant. Limited Offer WAREHOUSE EVENT 1925 BARNUM AVE., STRATFORD PHONE 375-5021 HOURS: Mon., TUCL, Wed., S»t. 11-6 · Thur.. Fri. 11-8 COME IN AND COMPARE! GRAND UNION Ib. Pork Roast Shoulder Steak Ib. London Broil Cube Steak Cream Cheese Kraft Cheez Whiz MlmiOKl TIMMII wmrrio CHOICIGMDIIUI Ib. 1 \_UUC sJlCyJIV cmiCIIUF FRESH WESTERN GRAIN FED PORKERS - RIB END SHOULDER H I P - E N D - L O I N QUARTERED PORK LOIN Ib. ' irmo i" · AKID GOODS WHITE 3 S |00 laivat B Ib. COION11I, 111. l 9 to 11 center ind end cut chaps Ib. FRESHBAKE - KING S I Z E H«KCT ITKN NANCY LTNH box ol 24 THESE WIGS ARE English Muffins Party Flake Rolls KOTEX NAPKINS SUPER OR REGULA Polident Tablets Schick Blades ,Z Colgate DiNrMc.E,* · Ci/P THESE VALUABLE COUPONS', Hi OFF 40IHITI. PORK CHOPS Cold Cuts Beef Liver Cornish Hens Sliced Bacon Skinless Hot Dogs i CEN1EACUT PAN FRY Ib. JM Jones Sausage Meat Sliced Bacon 89 C CIIHD UNION U S D A GRADE 'A 1 EARLY MORN V/ lo 2 Ibs. AVERAGE GRAND UNION 111. I Ib. pkg. l-lh. 45 GUANO UNION S W I I T rRIMIUM I B O W K 4 5 I I V I 210 I I T H A I lONUi RLUI ' STAMPS with this coupon and purchase of boMle of any GRAND UNION VITAMINS YOUR CHOICF Coupon good Ihru Sol.. Nov. 13 limil: ore coupon per customer ·5 OFF with this coupon and p u r c h a s e of tiiree 6 - o z . cani CONTAOINA TOMATO PASTE Y R RO Coupon good t h r u Sol., Nov. 13 Limil: one couport p e r cuslomcr i« wilh this coupon and i Ib.. !0 ai. can · 7? off label SHORTENING 10? SPRY UK Coupon good thru \^fjj Sal., Nov. 13 V^ Ljmir: one coupon per customer All Latest Styles . . . Wash and Wear Wigs · Shags · Side Part · Dutch Boy · Hand-Tied · Afros · Lots More! Don't be fooled by slogans. Come in and compare our quality merchandise. Reg. Value $20 to $50. We sell thousands weekly. · TOP QUALITY MERCHANDISE · 1000's TO CHOOSE FROM · PROFESSIONAL WIG CONSULTATION · COMPLETE WIG SERVICING · SAVINGS .. . SERVICE . . . QUALITY DO YOU NEED MORE? Alt MERCHANDISE SOLD -- FIRST COME . . . FIRST SERVED BASIS! WIG WAREHOUSE 1925 BARNUM AVE., STRATFORD PHONE 375-5021 (Nur Barnum-Boilon A»e., Inlencclion -- Acrofl from Holy Name Church) HOURS: Mon., Tuc»., Wed., SM. 11-6 · Thur». Fri. 1 1 - 8 ·2 OFF with Ihis coupon and one 1 4 - o z . box your choice DRY CAT FOOD 12 9-LIVES TUNA -11VER · CHICKEN Coupon good thru Sat.. Nov. 13 Limil: ont coupon per customer m fc! I R I M A I ONUS ·IUI wilh Ihis coupon and purchase of one 1-qt. con JANITOR-IN-A- DRUW Coupon good thru Sol., Nov. 13 Limil: on* coupon per cuslomtr ! ! 50 wilh Ihis coupon and purchase of 3 bath bars DEODORANT SOAP DIAL SOAP · Coupon good thru TIBlv Sol., Nov. 13 VrW limil: one coupon per customer ·S OFV wilh Ihis coupon and purchase ol 9 oz. conl. TOILET BOWL'CLEANER BLUBOY Coupon good ihru Sal.. Nov. 13 Lirnil: ono coupon per cuilorner wilh this.coupon and purchase ol one 1 2 " x 2 0 ' roll REYNOLDS ALUMINUM FOIL Coupon good t h r u Sal., Nov. 13 .imil: one coupon par culo I i i i i i I I n i i i i i i i i i i i I S I NYR · MRD I Sauerkraut Sausage PORK SPARERIBS a 19 c All Meat Franks Turbot Fillet S W I l l riUMIUM «rOIT10F«0» GIKMLANO COUNTRY STYLE · PORK LOIN - ftIB END PORTION / 3 POUNDS 7/ Ofl MOH[ BY THE PIECE 49 IM S T O H I S W l l l l D I D D | r A A 1 M | * I Chicken Wings Beef For Stew (HUK (UIH Pastrami n«^iu(» Cooked Salami ib. 99 C «·». 49 C : 14-ai. ctni HI-C Drinks -- 3 Applesauce MOTTS 3^89' Green Giant Peas 5 I 00 Cat Foods Garbage Bags i*. S 1 00 5 ± M 50 STAMPS wilh this coupon and purchase of one FOIL ROASTER Coupon good ihru Sol., Nov. 13 Limif: one coupon per customer hand dec orated STONEWARE SAUCER 33 Green Beans Scott Towels.Tm J'i'49 c B M Baked Beans ft 1 ! 1 . 3 ^ 1 °° CHOCK FULL O 9 KUTS COFFEE THE HfA\lNLY COFFEE Imperial Dixie Refills KimillMOK I 1»I»OK,KI(IIH,LIV[F! 6;:. 89 C |69 MtlGIIINI OUHIHH K 47 C IIKHIN ill. Bubble Club TEA POT TEA BAGS ORANGE PEKOE Tl Axion Pre-Soak Sunshine Hydrox 7 :;;.49 c 100 in Pkg. CHANGE PEKOE T E A L l A V t S (till 59 C 57 C Grapefruit Anjou Pears "».,Yr M . 6,., 39 C Tangerines K iQ h . 49 e Fruit Cake Mix ··«! FLORIDA SEEDLESS 649 r^rnnpc, «ioi*moi 9Q C V-'luiJC.O DID (tllMlllt » £. 7 Apples u,Trr: N . 6... 39 C Idaho Potatoes""'^"Si 59° I A new MENU-MAT1C with 2 week» menui and nutrhion inlormation is NOW AVAILABLE . Plena «*X PRICfS IFrr.CTIVE T H R U S A T U R D A Y , N O V t M l t B l]lh A T S T R A T F O H O , r A I R F I C L D , MILTOnD A N D TRUMIULL S T O R E S . WE R E S E R V E T H E R

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