Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 11, 1947 · Page 4
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, January 11, 1947
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TAG* *-NAVGATVCK NEWS (CONN.). SATURDAY. JAN. 11, 11M7 MUlihttf *v«jr Evening CZxc«pt Sunday) by THK KAUGATUCK NEWS CORPORATION NAUOATUCK, CONN. ___ KUDOLFH If. HENNICK, President and PublUhW Telephone* tIM wid »»»»—AU Deoartmeato Catered M §«oond clau matter at tbe .port office In Naufatuck, Conn. UUBBCHIPTION RATES Payable la Advance I month ..$1.00 1 Year .... .$11.00 Member: Tbe American Newipaper Publisher* AJU'D Tbe N. B. Daily N»w»p«p»r Pub. A4i'n Tbe Conn. Newepaper FubUbera Aai'n SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. 1»47 Streets For Coasting 7t won 111 lie well for p« rents nnc\ motorists to he \voll int'ormod on the status ol' coasting conditions and provisions in Xiuigatiick. The Board of Warden and Burgesses lias set aside three streets or portions thereof, one in each ward, whore children may slide without concern for vehicular 'traffic. The time when the streets will ho closed and other details have heen left to Police Chief John J. C-iormley. .Superintendent of Si reels Har- olclj Mnrtha will assign men to block off the streets. Tt may seem an odd way to put it, hut motorists are actually at the mercy of children who slide on streets that pro- sent hazards in the form of sharp curves, dangerous intersections, or very steep jvrados. Even the motorist's act of coming to a. complete stop often falls short, of pri' Jin accident when children plummet sleds, out of control, on Imrd- packbd snow, Xauyatuek has had til roe coasting accidents officially reported to date, and in each case the victim required treatment of ti painful or serious injury. A good way to avoid'further accident is for parents to insist, as far as is possihlo, that children do their sliding on, the streets set aside for the purpose. They are: Walnut Terrace, Brenmui street and Christensen street. An even better .suggestion is that, wherei possible, youngsters do their sliding off the highways, and within the confines of their own hack vards. Portal-To-Portal Glaring examples of the danger of the current rush to hot tie up industry with pnrlaUto-portnl suits comes from a situation' in Bridgeport, and another in Seymour. The Allison Company of Bridgeport closed its doors, throwing fiQ people out of work when the (.'IO Unilx-df Klectrical Workers Union filed a $150,000 attachment in connection with its suit for special pay. The company complained that the move tied up all of its finances, including the payroll, and closed its doors. immediately the union recognized the fhij^jerouy situation it hail muster-minded and released the attachment, and the plant ax-opened. In Seymour, the Seymour Mfg. Co, was forced to borrow money to meet its payroll, when 'a $4f>(j,000 union attachment for portal-to-portal pay tied up its bank balance. The potr-ntinl disadvantages of the program would seem to far outweigh the prospect of future gain. Idle Days Tn the year just ended almost 310,000,000 man-days of work were lost through strikes, with tho coal strike alone responsible, for 1,000,000 man-days of idleness. The figures were released by th 1 ? Department of Labor which commented lluil the previous figure of man-days lost in strikes 1045 with a lit.tle more than 38,000,000. The piker figure of 28,400,000 man-days lost in 19:!7 was the highest pre-war strike idleness. Everybody—including the workers-hopes .15)47 will beat the lf)37 figure in lowering work-stoppage days. Special Service "Waterbury, Local Firemen Respond To Bristol Terrace Fire Alarm." Thus read a headline in yesterday's News. All of which leads to' some question as to whether residents of that area, seeking secession from Waterbury and annexation to Naiigatuck, could expect that kind of «tte7ition if their identity •was unequivocally established. There's going to be a Jot of politics from now on; but the American public 4g more interested in statesmanship. Do You Remember? One Year Ago ='-^ • Cpl. William Fenske, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Fenske of 47 Highland avenue telegraphed bis arrival in California. o—O—o Mr. and Mrs. Peter. Christenscn of Beacon Falls announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Catherine Christenscn, to Henry R. Russell of Highland avenue, Beacon Falls, o—O—o 20 Years Ago A. L. Brown resigned as manager of the Economy grocery store on Walnut street. o—O—o Mrs. Nora Kelly, Colchester, visited Mr, and Mrs, William Healy, Main street, Beacon Falls, i o—O—o 30 Years Ago Henry Dethlefaln sold a house and lot on Orchard street to Peter and Mary P. Antonaitis. o—O—o C, Henry Squires''•of South Main street had charge of an exhibit at tho Now. York! Automobile show. Around The Clock Our sports editor ran into his cousin Maurice. Egan of Beacon Falls on street the other day. The last time Tom and Maurice mot was over two years ago at Honolulu, Hawaii, when Maurice was gainfully employed by the Army of the United States and Thomas was affiliated with the U. S. Navy. Both were at a service recreation area near Waikiki beach when thoir paths crossed. Small world, ain't i(.? . . .Last time they met; neither had any news of moment to r.cll the other, but this time Maurice informed Tom that, he was recently the father of twins. Tempus, as some Roman or oilier once said, sure does fugit. Something new and highly decorative has been added to the office of Harold E. Chi tt en den, superintendent oii schools. Rita Lorson, high school senior, works there part time. . . . Kenny Clymer, the young man who publicizes the grammar school basketball league, intends to try for a line berth on next season's Greyhounds' football team. An example of the many extra services that the Naugatuck Police Department performs regularly in addition to its duty of protection to the residents of the borough was impressively demonstrated to a local family Thursday night. Through the cooperation of Sergeants Raymond Carlson and Richard Ostrom in charge of the desk at local Police Headquarters, Patrolman John Hanley of the Motor Patrol was instructed to be on the look-out for a lost dog, while on his official rounds. The dog, old and blind, had strayed from its home on the West Side of the town. Patrolman Hanley while driving on North Church street noticed the animal at 2:45 this morning, definitely lost and nearly 2 miles from its home and in imminent danger of freezing to death, should it be out of doors much longer in the near-zero temperatures of Naugatuck's coldest night. Patrolman Hanley delivered the dog to its grateful owners, who had spent the greater portion of the night in a fruitless search for the pet. Public thanks to the Nauga- Police Department for its aid and consideration was expressed today by the family through The News. ^tfcna r^^-^e^^^^i^ '" ^tf *r* V. Cost Accountants To Meet Tuesday In Waterbury The , W«Urbury ; Chapter, Nation* nl Association 'of Gout Accountant* will bold, its next meeting on Tue»* day evening. January . 14, .at • the Hotel Elton. Dinner will bn served at-6:00 p. m. and tho meeting will follow at 7:30. • , • Thfi 200 member* and gue«t» ot Watcrbury Chapter, NACA. will hear Paul A. Wilk* «peak on "Budgets -and • Budgetary, Control." Mr. Wllks wll be introduced by John J. Wflnn, vice-president of the Waterbury Chapter, NACA. Mr. Wilks la the controller of the Wrathmore Paper • Co. of West SprlngfeM, M*M. He |, « obarttr member of Springfield Chapter, NACA and Ji«», icrvcd a* a director w>d, officer. Including the pretl- *en«y. He 1» eJeo *< put national director of NACA and a member of the Springfield Control, Controller! Institute' of America. It *e «*peeted >that more than MO member* and gueiti win be at the Elton, to bear ilr. Wllk« a* bis •object la of vital interest to men In the accounting profetiion. A er*>at nunab6r of reservation* havo .been made from Torrlngton, Brln to) and Naugatuck. IT'S THB CfJMATE Lou Angles (U P>—California* Turkish tobacco Induntry, starting from a handful of need* planted In 1942, produced a 7!5,000-pound harvest in 1946. ThJ» year'* crop ta expected to be .worth more than On The Air Today Of Church Week Rev. Denny Williams To Be At Methodist Church Jan. 12 The Rev. Denny Williams of/Vir- '•inia, who is now. doing graduate ork at Yale university, wiii s«pply he pulpit at the Methodist church or one month beginning Sunday, an. 19, it has been announced by he Rev. T. Bradley Longstaff, pas- or. During: the war the Rev Wilams was n. chaplain. He will be in he pulpit Jan- 10, and 26, and Feb. { 2 and 9. . | The Rev. Longstaff will be.on his annunl vacation with his 'family visiting at Da'ytona Beach, • Fla. They will return Feb. 12. Fred P?-ny and A\ Schiener, who put in a bid with the weatherman for "five or six inches of snow" f.o\\ the weekend, will be allowed to remain in town t'ov the present, according; to word from a West Side Community club official. . . . "They're lucky their wish wasn't granted," said the spokesman. . . . Fred and Al were planning- a Snow-oreo for local scouts if sufficient snow were available. .... Along that same subject, Joe Law- lot 1 , member of Uncle Sam's Army, reports that the thermometer fell to 33 degrees below zero at his station, Goose Bay, Labrador, on New Year's Bay. . . . And the snow is packed to n depth of three feet, . .. How about it Al? What do yon think, Fred? Stewart assumed his duties as chief chemist at the Allied Latex Corp., in Newark, N. J., the 'first of. the year. Formerly. with the corporation, in recent years he has been with the Naugatuck Chemical. His family still resides at 118 Cherry street, but plan to move to the New Jersey city as soon as quarters are obtained. The Naugatuck Methodist church, Rev. T. Bradley T^ongstaff, pastor. Church school for all ages, 9:45 a. :n, Service of divine worship, sermon, "Moses, tho Patriot," 11:00 a. m. Music for the service includes: Prelude, vPrayor.'' Humperdinck; Anthem, "I Will Call Upon Thee," >-iuck; offertory, "As the Dew, F'rom Heaven Distilling," Hayncg; and po^tlude, "A Mighty Fortress is Our God," Luther- The Methodist You'th Fellowship will meet at the church from 7 to 9 p. m. The junior choir will rehearse at 3:30 p. m. on Thursday. The adult choir will rehearse at 8:00 p. m. on Thursday. The Fidelity Bible .class will hold its monthly' business and social meeting Thursday, January 1G, at 30 p. m. at the church. St, Francis' (Roman Catholic) Kev. 1'aul F. Keating, Pastor Mosses at 7, 0, 9 downstairs, 10 and 11. St. Anthony's (Roman Catholic) Prospect, Conn. Masses will be celebrated at St Anthony's church in Prospect Sunday morning at 9 and 10:30 o'clock. First Church of Christ Scientist , WATEKBCBY Sunday services, '10M5 a. m. "and 7:30 p. m; Sunday school, 10:45 a. m- Wednesday rrir.eting;, including .estimonies of Christian Science calinfT, 8 p. m. "Sacrament" will be the subject •the Lesson-Sermon for Sunday, Jan.. 12. 1947. • . : The Golden Text is from John 33. "The bread of God is . he vhich comcth down . from heaven, d givcth life unto the world.'" . Selections from the Bible include he following: "Search me, O God. and know my heart: try -me, land {now my thoughts." (Psalms 139:. 3). Correlative passages .from . the Christian Science textbook, "Scinco and Heakh with 'Key to tho" crlpturcs,".. by Mary Baker Eddy, nclude the following (p. 4): -"What ve. moat need is the 'prayer efferent* deBii'e for growth in grace, . St. Hedwig's (Polish Roman Catholic) Rev. S. F. Kalowiijk The Masses at St. Hedwig's church will be celebrated at 6:30 8, 9:30 and 11 a. m. The regular weekly vesper serv Jco will be at 3 'o'clock Sunday afternoon. Holy Saviour (Polish National Catholic) Hev. Louis Kuczo'rowskl- Masses celebrated at 8 a. in. an< 10:30 a. m. . Salem Lutheran (AugiiKtana Synod) First Sunday after Epiphany. The Teaching Is From God (John 7:14-28. Ushers—Carlton Nelson, George Johnson. Sunday, Jan. 12: 9:45 a.m. Bible school and Bible class. 10:45 a. m. English service. Choir sings and David Anderson renders a eolo. 7:00 p. m. Luther League meeting, at church. Monday, Jan. 13: 7:00 p- m. Lulher choir rehearsal, Tuesday, Jan, M: 8:00 p. m. Evangeline Circle (church). Hostesses— Mrs. Herbert Bohlih, Mrs Axel Carlson. Speaker, Mrs,. Ailing Squires, "Mysterious Haiti." Thursday, Jan. 16: 2:30 p. m- Weekday School of Religion. 3:30 p. m. Children's -choir rehearsal. 7:30 p. m. Church choir.. Friday, Jan. 17: S:00 p. m. Lutheran Brotherhood meeting (church). Saturday, Jan.'18: 9:30 a! m- Junior Confirmation class. Hillside Congregational Rev. Paul W. Peterson St. Mary's (Roman Catholic) Rev. Thomas M. Griffin Tho Masses at St. Mary's church are celebrated at 7:30, 9:30 and 11 a. m. Baptisms, .1 p .m. St. Michael's • Rev. Win/red B. Laugherst The services for Sunday, Jan. 12, first Sunday after the Epiphany, and for the week following are: Sunday Jan. 12:' 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion 9:30 . a- .m. Sunday school, 10:15 a. m. Mid-morning Devotions. 11:00 a.m. Morning prayer and sermon. Offertory, "Re.iolce Ye With Jerusalem," Spinney. Ushers: The services for the week beginning Sunday, Jan. 12, are as follows: Sunday morning at 9:45 o'clock, the Sunday Bible school will meet, ind at- 11 o'clock the morning'wor- ship, will be held. The minister will preach on the subject. "Truth'and the Surrendered Will," based on the text for the day, John 7:14-18. The annual service of installation and communion will be held Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. . The following officers will be installed by the Rev Peterson: Fridolf Anderson, .chairman; -Yngve Dahlin, vice-chairman;'Phillip Pe- .torson. secretary; Elton Abramson, .Carl Anderson,. Donatus Anderson, Carl Srickson, Horace Grover; Paul V. Johnson, Theodore Johnson^ David Larson, Joseph'Js'ygren, deacons. Chester Burtnctt, financial secretary; Albert .Curtiss,, Edward • Jenzell, Carl Magnuson, R'oy T. Nelson. David . Rappc, chairman; Arthur Swanson, treasurer, all -trustees. Mrs. Carl Erickson, Mrs. Harold Heacock, Mrs. Charles Nelson, Mrs. C. G.'.Swanson, deaconesses; Elton Abramson, .Sunday "school Superintendent; Miss Vcrna Anderson, pri- 5:45 p. ra. WNBC-WTIC—King Cole Trio WOR—Hal Horton Show • • • •' 6:00 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Washington WOR—Durochcr Quiz WATR—News and Sports Other Stations—News 0:15 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Columbia Workshop WNBC—Navy Recruiting WTIC—Strictly Sports WATR—Music of Today WJZ—ChRtison Trio WWCO—Sports Time WOR—Guest House 0:30 p. m. WTIC—Master Singers iVNBC—Boston Tune Party WATR—News; Hits and Bits WJZ—Wismer, Sports WOR—News | WWCO—Jazz Journal 6:45 p. m. WERY-WCBS—Larry Leseuer WTIC—Forum ot the Air WNBC—Religious News WATR-WJZ—Labor, USA WOR—Stan Lomax 7:(W p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Wait in' for Clayton WTin-WNBC—Foreign Policy WATR-WJZ—It's Your Business WOR—Guess Who WWCO—American Bar Ass'n- 7:15 p. m. WBRY—David Rose Show WCBS—Jean Sablon WATR-WJZ—To be announced 7:30 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Vaughn Monroe WTIC-WNBC—Curtain Time WATR-WJZ—Curt Massey WOR—Word Stories WWCO—N. E. in Washington 7:45 p.' nj. WOR—Answer JIan WWCO—F. H. LaGuardia 8:00 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Star Time WTIC-WNBC—Life of Riley WATR-WJZ—Famous Jury Trials WWCO-WOR—20 Questions 8:30 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Mayor of the Town WTIC-WNBC—Truth or Conse- quencoB WATR-WJZ—I Deal in Crime WWCO-WOR—Scramby-Amby 9:00 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Your Hit Parade WTIC-WNBC—Roy Rogers WATR-WJZ—Gar.p Busters WWCO-WOR—Gold and Silver Minstrels 9:30 p. m. WTIC-WNBC—Can You Top This WATR-WJZ—Murder & Mr. Malone WWCO-WOR—Leave It to the Girls 9:45 p. m. WBRY—Journeys, in Jazz WCBS—Saturday Serenade 10:00 p. m. WTIC-WNBC—Judy Canova WATR-WJZ—American Melodies WWCO-WOR—Chicago Theater 10:15 p- m. WBRY-WCBS—This Is Hollywood 10:30 p, ro. WTIC-WNBC—Grand Ole Opry WATR—Hayloft Hoedown WJZ—Bob Elson 10:45 p. m. WBRY—Here's to Veterans WCBS—Talks WJZ—Hayloft Hoedown 11:00 p. m. ALL Stations—News 11:15 p. m. WERY-WCBS—Eric Sevcreid WTIC-WNBC—W. W- Chaplin WOR-WATR-WJZ—News WWCO—Lou Masters Orch 11:30 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Towne Orch. WTIC-WNBC—Lombardo Orch. WATR-WJZ—Gar-r Orch. WOR—Weather; Krupa Orch- WWCO—Rhythm at Random 12:80 Midnight ALL Stations—News Probate Notice District of Naugatuck, SB Probate Court. January JOth, 1947. Estate of Edward W. Kelley, )«e of Naugatuck, within said District, deceased-. Whereas, Applicator) has been made to this Court for pcrmiesion lo sell certain rtnl estate belonging to said estate, a« application on file more fuljy appears, it is ORDERED. That ihe roregoing application be heard and determined at the Probate Office in Nau- •atuck on the 15th day of January, 1947, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon and the Court directs said Admin- istratrix to give notice to all per- eons interested in said estate to appear, if they see cause, and be heard thereon, by publishing this order one time in a newspaper having a circulation in said district, also by leaving with or by mailing in letters, postage prepaid, from Naugatuck, a copy of this order to all parties interested and residing without the Probate District, of Naugajuck, all on or before the ]3lh day of January, A. D- 1947, and return make to the Court of notice given. Attest, RAYMOND M. SHEA, Judge. Probate Notice District of Naugatuck, ss. Probate Court. Januarv loth, 1947. Estate of Rocco Scavone, late of Naugntuck. in said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of Naugatuck hath limited and allowed Bix months from date hereof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement- Those who neglect lo present their accounts, properly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. AH persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to DOMINIC J. SCAVONE 105 Coen St. Boro. Administrator. •* , Probate Notice .Tracy Noble^ Wallace Noble.. 3:30 mary dcpartment:SUpcl , n;ton4ent . xpresscd oye, jand. patience,^ meekness, , deeds/' • . St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran 12 Curtiss ^Stl <e» Rev. O. H. Bertram, Factor Sunday school and Bible class, 9:30- Public worship. 10:30Text: Romans 10, 9.10." • • • • „. Theme: "Believing and Confess- ng Christ." Lutheran 'Hour, .WWCO, 12:30: VATR, ,4. - Children's'- releaseVtimc school, hursday.,-2:45.?;l .",;. ;. Walther ''.League "meeting, Thuns-. ay, 7:30'.p. m. ••'•.• •• •• ' .'.'Momenta.of Comfort" every Sat- p. .m. Informal violin .recital in parish house, with- DavidjW. Brown, -violinist, and -Barry T«xman,- pianist. 7:30 -p.m- Young People's Fel- entcrtainirip,- the-Fellowship, of Christ church, Bethany. The-speaker will be' Mr- Thomas, student at Berkeley; Divinity school, •and' lay-reader at. Christ -church. Monday, Jan-^ 13: '9:00.;a. rri.. Quar- : Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock'the Sunday school staff .will hold its annual meeting. ; - . The mid-\vc'ek service will be held Wednesday evening at 8 o'.clock. Girl Scou : t troop,.No. -88 will'meet Friday afternoon at '3:30 o'clock ,Boy Scout troop','No. 6 will meet Friday .evening -at 7:50' o'clock. The choif ..will .rehearse Friday terly meeting of the.Building Fund ^ nu ^".'V™, v"-, " rnmrniunn in th* nh.'-istt hnnL. fi^no evening-at 8 o'clock. day morning on WATR. • at 7:45,. over. Sta- in 'the parish house- 6:00 p. ml.-St. Michael's-.G-Ui'ld p'of-luck supper. . .:• . .•'•; Tuesday, JanM4':, 5:00;p-m. War- dcns ^and .Vesti-y.,. 6>:45'.'p. m".'Boys' choir, rehearsal. 8:QQ; v p. -.m. .^Play- makers 1 rehearsal. . • . 'Wednesday,' Jan.. 15: 2':30.p. m. Woijian's .auxiliary annual meeting-; .7:30 p. m. Cub pack. ' ' .i . . Thursday, Jan. ,16: 3:80 p. m ; . [Brownies. .'4:&D p. m Grammar .schpbT Rivis'. choir rehearsal. ' 7:30- .p. m-,.. Boy Scout, troop 7. 7:30 p. m, .Service club ip c.hoir room. ' -. Friday,,;Jan. 17: 11:00 a., m- to, ,3;0p -jj..,; m. ..Bakery sponsored. by ; St. Michael's Guild in parish house." 3:30 p.m. Girl Scout .troop 35, 6:15 p- m. ; Girl Scout • troop 24. 7:00' p. 01,.'Boys' choir rehearsal. 7:15 : p. -m- Girls' choir rehearsal. 7:30 .p. ,m; |Men's choir'rehearsal. 8:00 I p.. m. ; Pfaymak'ers''- rehearsal. ••• •••' .'• .Saturday .morning; at 11- o'clock ithc Children's ,ctioir will "rehearse. Immanuel Lutheran Rev. Harold Lucas . Congregational The church school will meet «-t 9:45 a. m- for the junior, intermediate and senior departments. The beginner and primary departments will meet at 11 o'clock. Morning worship will be held at ,11 o'clock. Rev. John Maurice Dcyo •will preach on "Old Wineskins." ; Children's subject will, be, ".The Two Frogs." Music: Adult and junior choirs, introductory voluntary, "Gothic Suite:" "Ch-oral Introduction." "Gothic Minuet," "Prayer to Our Lady," Boellmann; processional hymn No- 27, "Worship-the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness"; anthem, "Thy Wisdom, Lord, All Thought Transcendeth," Russian; juniot- anthem. "O Saviour Sweet," Bach; offertory, "God IB A Spirit," Kopyloff; concluding ...voluntary, "Toccata," Boellmann'- •9:30 a. m. Sunday-school' 10:30-'a. .-m.' -Worship -service. .Monday, S p. ra.. Congregational meeting.. ' :.,'.•...... .'.-, .Tuesday, 3:30. Confirmation-class,. Tuesday, 7:30^. m'. Sunday'school teachers 1 ' meeting.: • ,. ' Thursday, 3:30_p. m-. Confirmation class. , . Thursday, .7:301 p. m- Choir, rc- hearsal, : •• "•• Tlrst silk niill. established in the United. States was' in-j Mansfield,' Connecticut in. 1810! .Power 'looms, were' introduced: In : '1838',' '^.'."V. :•' RADIO EXPERTS , Since 1926 SWAN'S 15 Church St. — i*L MM District of Naugatuck, ss. Probate Court, January 10, A. D., 1947. Estate of Claus Oscar Ackerman. late of Naugatuck, in said District, deceased. The Administrator C. T- A., having exhibited his account with said estate to this Court for allowance, and made application for an order of distribution of said estate, it is ORDERED, That the 15th day of January, A, D. -1W7, at 4 o'clock, in the afternoon, standard time, at the Probate Office in Naugatuck. be und the same is, assigned, for a hearing on the allowance of said account, and application and the Court directs -the Administrator, C.T.A., to give notice thereof, by publishing this order in some newspaper having a circulation in said District, and by leaving with, or by mailing in letters. addressed n.o .each "of the persons interested, and residing without the Probate District of Naugatuck, a copy of this order, all at least two days before •said day of hearing, and return to this Court. Attest, RAYMOND M. SHEA, Judge SHOP HERB AMD SAVE! • CBIBS •CARRIAGES • HIGH CHAIRS • ROCKERS . . - , :, • PLAY VARDS • TAYLOR TOTS BENSON'S KIDDIK.SHOr IS* BOCTII'MAIN ST. Sturdy, Collapsible BABY CARRIAGES up JUVENILE FCRNITCBE BEACON KIDDIE CENTER _ 73 GRAND .STKRBT : 'Waforbury -FOR" RE5rr«T" THE DAY ": FLOOR SANDING • MACHINE EDGE* FLOOR WAXER Reasonable Rate* Union City Hardware SM N. MAIN 8T. ' Colon .City M. R»0cl«wlch, Prop. W. JT. Stake*. M*r.

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