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					                Vol. LXX.XV, No. 4t "                                                                                          SOUTHING'I<ON, •-• N•-•'•,-•CqTc•]'• 24, 1947                                                                                                                                    Single Copy 5 Cents

                LE i0                                              eri 1View t)f Homes FHA                                                                                              T                              Sale of
 ,- gg-ST UNITS
                Housing C ittee WilU
                  Make Protest To
                  A pro•es• will be mad• by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       SUrplUS                 Sale    Brings Back-FATE                                               IN
                ing committee    against a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       emor/es        Of Th e S erri ce                                                        R -O
                eminent plan to sell houses                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Negotiations;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ,      "This • the               Axmx           th,n•. 1 got clipped once for •uard          Over,re
                in the Mill Street.project, ae-                                                                                                                                                                    •au oxe .' c,mlplamed vne xxea]) dutx. Had to r'de a tlain
                cording to Edward D. Krauth,
                commander of the local •st.                                                                                                                                                                        : x'ete•an among the more than 500
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Trenton to Boston. On my feet •6           Hope for early sale
                   •he p•os• sale of the home•                                                                                                                                  . ,                                            h.u•s. But this xs the I,m•e• I've fol•er United Aircr•t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     hunt,nz ,armtms hen, Monda•
                will be q•scu•ed.Monday night at                                                                                                                                                                        "You're nuts. Thxs ain't    tho
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               oeen on n D feet since [ got out."      here faded this week
                the Leg'on's regula• nleetlng.                                                                                                                                                                                     l]• tlus rclmlter'• watth, the ex- offici• of the War
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     A•my,' sa'd the next man xxa•t.n•
                   The t•nants received notices•                                                                                                                                                                     m line.   GI who was complaining, a, they Administration
                from R. J. Murphy, Jr., state d:-                                                                                                                                                                              •a3 m the Arm3. had been waiting the one bid,for the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        "What Is it if H     al•'l Ihe
                rector o¢ the •HA, which s•d:                                                                                                                                                                        Arm3 ?"   m hne txxo hours and 20 minute•, of the plant probably
                     "While it • •ot the intention                                                                                                                                                                              He xxas holding fi•e duphcate sales be rejected.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   , "It's the •ar Asset• Admxm•-
                  of lhis noti• to •et any da•                                                                                                                                                                     '•rationx"  t•ckets•ello•, •'reen, white, blue        This officml, xx'k•x •e
    *             after •hich the pro•rty Fou •-                                                                                                                                                                               and innk, separated by sheet• of •property division in . Bosto•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        "Well, I gu•s t s all the same
                  cupy will • •er• for •le •                                                                                                                                                                       ,    --     t'•bon p•per•and a fi•tful °f•£ormedRic•rd B. E
                  aperson•her,hanyou•elf, it                                                                                                                                                                        IV0RK                 'l'is particular hue waS • her of the Southingto n
                  is intend• torah your att•tion                                                                                                                                                                               cleop:ng togagl the pa• windows, "sell the plant"
                  to •he fact that a •h of the
                  property • cont.p•t• in the
                  future. If you • •n•r•t• we
                                                                                                                                                                                             m• •
                                                                                                                                                                                             "•'"                                        REVIEWED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               •'•ere three clerkq (two men a]• the bid had been made by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       x, oman• were cheekin• over vidua, rather than a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               avd smt,n• out the sales tickets and that the WAA zone
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               bvfm'e takin• the money.               New York was
                 urge {ha• you d•cuss the'•ce                                                                                                                                                  Chaflc• E. Crowlcy, a past pr•-     "'Thcx must be takin• in eaouTh cept
                 and terns with lhe b•ker •n                                                                                                                                                ident and cha•tct mem•r of the
                 ¢•rgeof ,the property •t your                                                                                                                                              Chambc" of Comh•crce, w•l dis- cash thi• morning to pay the ha-              Mr. Huttou, •xho v•i•d
                 earlier opport•ity."                                                                                                                                                     ] cuss it- accomplishmen• duKing t•onnl debt." one pushover said.            W•A office in B•to•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   "Thex'•e actin• like they d,m't behalf of the
                  Tenants iate•ewed this week                                                                                                                                             ' the first 10 years Tuesday mght •ant the money," the next man •j•tion of the one bid
                stated wi•out exception •at they                                                                                                                                            at the tenth annual banquet in commented. "l'm tcHin• you, it ly would cause the
                had no intenti•x of buying the ]                                                                                                                                            Wave]ly Inn, Cheshn'e. The ban- hurts the government to take for th• plant to be re•pen•.
                homes. The price of one four-•om                                                                                                                                            quct will begin at 7 p.m.             t,aey They'd rather give it away.     •VAA o•cials are
                u•it in the 4• duplex homes, all of                                                                                                                                            Skits will be provided by •hc The3 do that fast. But it takes list o£ prospects and xx•ll
                identical design, is •4,500. The                                                                                                                                          , Jack Gordon cntertaine]s • Hart- •ou all morning to pay a lousy to sell one of them the
                rent is $40 a month.
            .                                                                                   •                                                                                           ford, a c c o r d i n • to John J" htt•e bill."                           through di• negotiations.
        *         Most of the tenants said •t tho                                                                                                                                           O'Keefe, president. T•e enter:am-      "'You don't think these monkeys cmls of the government
                units wou[• be too small for flair                                                                                                                                        ' me•t prod'am will be consider- xxouk[ be working for the govern- Mr. HatCh said, seemed
                families in *. few yea•. They                  .........                                                                        --Photo by 8alomonu       .............   • ably larger than that of l•t year, ment if they could fret regular that the plant would be sold
                complained about the brick-veneer
                eonst•ction, xs•th one layer o€
                                                              SCHOOL                 SWINGS
                                                                                                      Here are the 48 duplex homes of •d•ntieml d•sign o• and n•r
                                                                                                      Mill Street that t• F•eral Housing Administration p•s •o
                                                                                                                                                                           76 CONFIRMED
                                                                                                                                                                                        - Mr. O'Keef• said.
                                                                                                                                                                                                     annual repo• of Mr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               j,,h•.,. • thir,, x'ete•n said.-       tual], and •g it had
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The •go men and •he girl back d•wbacks. Mr. Huttov
                brick over plate: board, and of                                                       sell. Tenants indi•at• this week they would not buy. Hbu•a                          ' O'     fe and the division he•s• of the cage were •oo busy to over- that the WAA was not

                the lack of privacy in the houses.
                  "F•m my kitchen or bathroom,"
                                                              Wl•         BE SET UP
                                                                                                      are seen in this aerial view f• the east, with Pexto pin., a•d
                                                                                                      town center in badk•ound, one mile away.                    "
                                                                                                                                                                             HERE BY            BISHOP ''i"be g, ven.                   hear the comn,entsabout them and conc• aboht the nat:'na,
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Earle B. Lt,w•s has been nomi- the scores of other WAA e•ploy- ity clause • a •arrier
                one tenant said, "I can hold a e3n-                                                                __   _                                                                                             •

                                                                                                                                              oCwee s
                versation wi{h my next-door neigh-        '                                     .                                                                                                    'hated to succeed Mr. O'Keefe.       - i, the foyer U•ted •raft IThis clause does not
                   Frequent comments we• made
                about sagging floors, dmf•
                                                                 A pick and sllovel brigade of
                                                              •e Lions Club will m•t t•-
                                                              row morning to set u•swin• on'
                                                                                                                                                            • :-•
                                                                                                                                                                    .firmed at'the 11 a. m. ser•qce'
                                                                                                                                                                     Sunday at the Immacuhte •-,
                                                                                                                                                                                                •o•.                   LIONS            plant, x, ho were all a•ed on one governm,.n•-own•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        thm•: they x•ould be glad when left ,a the pl•t, •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        the day was over. ,                   supposed.
                through •he doom and window-s,                local •hool playgrounds.                                                                      •• •¢cptio•     Church by the Most Rev.      ,                                "It would be nmre natu•l, wa't-       Mr. Ha:ton l•ed
                and the gray castiron plumbmg                 • Lee •mi•, thai:man .of the•                 N west E 'Of                   •
                                                                                                                                                          .. L.•b3t•enx.• j. O Brien, Bishop of H•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ing xn line, if you could hear a fro" eral Elec•c h• made
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        mes• kits,rattle," pip• someone about •e            and-

                ........ sys- 4membe• would s•g the work at '
                 •ome •id the" new drainage                                                           "          "  ,
                                                                                         A forest firq that lad xsaste more than 16,090 square lb°ys in this confi•tmn cl•s.,       •                                                                                The fi•t line, at the pl•ut en- it but'ha• been
•               •m, mstm•ed i•t spring, had not/,8 a. m. at the South End School, ' Let o f xs"oodland m Southin•on sxsept over the BI1S•] tow, I• '•hv l•x'. F•hcr A•cxnmtcr Ta•ki,
                ..........                                                            •                                .              .                                                  A popular game tlmt •nyonc                                            ,
                •e•.tnroug• a •'im•r,•nat ]t•co•inueatthe•rmn Sch•land line near Lake Com•unce Tuesday and pushed its w•y pastnr, ann.uneed.                                          'can ]fla• was spo•qored by the                                              trance, had form• around •0 a.        •idd•g for an
                •gn• o•no• worg ou•. •a•.•e• •then proceed • the Milld•e nearly a full mile to Welch Road, where it was finall•                        Bishop O'Brien was •isted, Lmns Club in the first of-a serms                                                m. A little after 8 o'clock •e line   One mxpl•afion,
                                                                                                                                                   •:dufing the confirmation •ce',of Thursda•       night socm]s last                                              moxed single file though an office,   wa• that WAA •d be•n
                • •t•r:::•:::•. aoou• mah.• S•oo1 if time h available,              •d[
                                                                                  ivs•opped12 s•rrou•dingby    fire
                                                                                                   •emberStowns.of •partments fl• Southi•o• : by the Rev. Father faul Pi•h•ki night in the •gmn Home.            "                                                 where each veteSan pi• out of a       ne•tia• •th GE •t

                  The most common objection                          '
                                                   Three • •1 •De ms•lled•'     Fire officials in Bristol report• •                       of• Middletown, the Roy Father '   Earl Mohr, m charge of the pro- box a md shipping ticket on which •d ben informed by
                                         f•t•mt at •lari•nd'Sou• End Schoo]• that the fir•tar• in•m •istol 'light smoke....... -f•m Ce• •a•rick McCarthy 0f Ch•hire, the • gram, sad that 1• memb• •t the a black number had •en painted: •ne•l's office "
                among •he wix-• was the f•
                the        are                                                                                          ss•s s•sih•e  " -
                                                                                                                                                                                xsould be pre•ent each webk] •is was a prid•ity number. •      • would         •e

                                                                        ato •     tall pines surrounding                                                    .                                                                                                             pa•ers: • •oup                 t• •once•s like GE
   transportation by taxi•b •sts will direct the wo•'k,                dun]p on three sides                    • Engine Company 2 was dispatch- ;Ta•qki • the Rev. Father Thud- moved tables, chairs, aml a public
                                                                                                                                                       retarv aml
                                          t•............... ".
 • ••'. They also • " *,,•,,,,,g tae • ]g •e n• •ne •t c• • • led' e p. m.                  .        ta the scene at 1:2• fire      :deus M••tnnt pastor, ad• •m f• the YMCA                                                                   'before the main gate until- the' create monopolies:
 • • • •d                                   •                 -        •,     .                            _ • •nc • •                         com-'            .                       • " "      •"     n t• -re-are for                                      numbe• were call• out in order,    It Was •ader•d
                                      ,• ]n • •-x•e p•'ound ,, n 2•(•alcls Trom • nearest                                                                                           ,..      ......• ..•.;..;,;.¢                                              •nen' each oargam numer was
   no street lights, no sidewal•, no , P ro•am unde•t•en b• the club., •ater •uppty.
                                                                         .      .                              ..pany an'ixed, the fire had worked I Church.
                                                                                                                            ,             -                                          •.e e.'e-,-s ............
   sewe• and no •s ....                                                       •            .       .,            •ts way gell into Southmgton ter- , .            •                       • .av,vr o e W•..... •rom -
                                                                                                                                                                                          n'n • •      .          •.• •                                            I0 "ed t• go through the gate to •,•0. The as•g price
                                       Shdes, see-•ws and o•er eqmp-       Fishes xsere fwst noticed about• ... ..a w• r•in• for Welch                                              ':-,d *. o•.nla•n •h ....•o• o¢ •h•'                                           the man bmhhpg and look o•er ago£or
      The avenge period of se•'ice            •                          ,..                   .         .       re.cry ....            •                     ....
   for veterans living in the proj•t                                                      ................. •ne, •e • st                                                          .   .. me xo .,.e •                                                                                              aecticut und• one
                                                                       partment xx• munediately sum='-.                 •' ........ and Sister Mary Blandina, •ho                       "
   is 45 mon•, wi• 23 nlonfl•s ov(z.                                 •                                           •re •epa•ent nan come ).*-                                               The spo)t is not a part,culariv                                            The most sought-after item w• 3•,•0.
                                                                       ached.                           ,]     • Southin•on with the file, and the • taught the g•mm•ar school •up,
   seas. The average period of resi-•                                      At 1.1• p. m., a great                                                      and by Father Malanoxs•i. who strenuouq one and appeals to pco-                                             typewrite•. The'75 availabld sold     •e•qng wi• Mr.
   deuce in Southington is 20 years • Seven New Showers                                               c cud of •screech o£ si• representing fi•-                                                                                                                   out in the first half hour.       " ;nemhan•' committee are
                                                                                                      -     • • figh,ting groups f•om surrounding • instructed the high school chfl- pie •*f aH ages, Mr. Mohr sa'd.
   and th• average len•h of occu-'             Installed At School ............                                                                                                                                                                                    ----                                  ido• Peters,-Manuel
                panc• m •e proj•t ]s 16 m• i •wis High School athletes were                                                               area.                                                                                                            "        ,een                                           •e
                  Another averse: $127 a seas• lwithout bath facilities th's week
                fvr the fuel bill.             '                                                                                      '    Meanwhile, the Bristol F•re De- who are members of the parish is                                                                                              ed inter•t in a plan

                                                  -'as• the t,,a ancient showers in the
                                       •sehool basement wore taken out to
                                                                                                                                       ' For•try" un,t,-
                                                                                                                                         partment and
                                                                                                                                                                          ) .... -
                                                                                                                                                                soon-q'e 8•, held at Tp m each Tues-
                                                                                                                                                                       arr• •                      •         "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Place                      Next                                ,,,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         • in t•e sal• •
                YMCA        Listing     lllakc •om for s•'•ll new showers.                                                             ,wilh trucks, men and radi. oqutp- • anox•ki is the class instructor,                                                                                             a •18-aer• $R7,0•,000
            '      Of Available Rooms,I The new showers will h• used                                  Het'be• •E. Weldon of Todd'men:"                                          Enrollment• for tho ela•s are still'   Fmal plan• for Sou:barton's be on hand • m•e nee• an-                             plant. •e •anonsburg
                  The Southington Y3•A is re-'tomorrow, accord ng •o Coaeh•o-                                                                                                 , open and it is hoped tha• all thi"d annual Commumty HMlow- nodneemen•. '                                                 by the gove•men¢•d
                ceiving requests for •oms and]seph d. •ont•a. Ho •said the                                                                                                .
                                                                                                    Road• Milldale, has purchased glle ' •ekfires S•rt•the fire appeared Lewm H•gh •tudents who attend•een Party x•ero made Wednesday
                                                                                                                                           By 3:0• p. m.,                           '   '    "       "                                                    At l•t two drum eo•s will                      2600 workers during
                would t•ke to have available roomslschool was making finns for an                   Elmont Grille £"om Mrs. Eugenia,t• bc completely wlt•:n the l,oun•s rl•. c•ch will Join it.
                                                                                                                                                                             •                                      •cvemng' at a mcetm• of the -Par-•pm•c•pa•" 'm the pa•de. The Ira-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             "                                           ff•K•e•s p•o•rty
                listed, Hal Robinson, secreta•,[en•rely nexx locker arrafigemcnt,                   Va•ilos of 86 Main Street.         ]of Southin•ton.       .                                                      ade ('omm•tlec.                  " maculate Conc•tion Drum Cor•                     Sinde it was ton •e
                said this week.                    :next year.                                        With her son•, James and Peter: Backfires were started t. pre- •0R•R •ARINE                                                                  " 'and that of the Order of Red Men                   company, an indus•ial
                 .................•.........                                                        •a'dflos, and her daughters, the vent the fire from goinz further                                                  Hal Robinson, YMCA secretary,
                                                                                                                                          mto town :err:tory, a•d short• ,                                                                 "....l              •youngsters, and poshly one mo•[to md WAA an

                                                                                                    Elmont for the last nine y•rs. 2 left the sc•ne and•ctu•d to the ,,•[                                                  ' p"   m.   ,,• .,•.•.                  aL•o be prdsent.          •rate organi•
                     •        Elliott           Political ..XXove                                  southin•n station..
                                                                            fro n West•'ly, R. I. Mrs. V•d•-
                                                                                                                                  .     .     .
                                                                                                                    Other umts, mcludm• •thool,
                                                                                                                                                   ,I    Ex-Marine Micke,
                                                                                                                                                             • ,         .     •-
                                                                                                                                                                                   Paluml) o
                                                                                                                                                                                       ,., o,)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         As ,n the past t,,• •ear... the               g                      be. .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           •,,•" n-'n-•, -v"" •e •e.r of tho 'vari°••izes s°°n "•"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       parade will form m the fmld ad- parade will be a crui•r from the •ng m the plant, ult•mateIF
                                                                            1o• is the wife of Charles Vardi- children and volunteers from sur- I P                .           -                                       j•cen. •o the YMCA and proceed Southin•on Pol•e Department •ploying 2700 persons and
                   Selectman J. Robert La•y, Republican minority nmmtmr•lo•,                                     rounding towns, cont;nued to bar-.Center Street this week.                                            •outh on North L•berty Street • , Floodlights will light the •ield •lughly dive•ified •dust•
                of the B•ard of Selectmen, •id yesterday that the •oard's '                                     ,tie what had become Soutbington's '     Score• ,,f •iends dropped m f •r                              Center Street, then to Eden Ave-' behind -- ......... •ommunitr. • concer• •e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     •s •gn •cn•, an•.
•               appointment of Stephen •. E]lio•t, Democrat. as speci,d • . Both James and Peter V•di]oS•pri•atc forest fire.                         coffee and to x•i•h •ood luck to tin,                            .ue, we•t to Bristol Street, then there's number o• priz• •11 be m' Cor•ratioa of
                town counsel in charge of consolidation was "a- political •erved m the Army, and the for-           Sho•]y pfter Engine ('.mpan• •fo•mer l.eathe•neck cook. As a

                appoihtment-"                        •                    'me: •s president of the •out•ng- • I• dep•t• from •ho a•e• •eook m a med,cal unit of the Third                                              do•n B•i•tol Street to Nyren's            .......                os"tin•tal Can Compa•,
                                                     .....                  l,,n Vet•m• of World War II young man clad m a Marine ('ml)S ,Amphd)•oos Corp• •f the Marme%                                               (h-eenh•c.        At that point, the                   .   •t•s•ma Trafficker
                   Mr. •ce• ;*•ted that •e had) SC0•S IO"                   (Hub.                                shht and khak• t•u•ers •ash(d Io Mk.kex took part •)) the,                                            ,,,.,..,.,.. will countermarch back. Cider a.d -      ...... Me., Products Compan,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               wm oe. mona-Gerard Company,
                refused to s•gn the certifica• of •'                           Mr. Wehlon, who •a. •ad ex- the police car at Welch Road an# )of Okma•a, Bot•aH•x)]]e,' {•ua))•                                                      Street to Eden Avenue) •e•ed to all •he young p•pl• on ,ional Can Cou•any.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       t•l) B•)stol •
                appointment because it had •n•                                                                                                   " •.a•d other )•land•. H• x•tnt into         .                        east on Ldcn A%enue to Mam•the field.                                    •he •uthm•t0n plant
                prepared in •nce and p•nt-• MASQUERADE ]•e)'ience .in the res•-ant busi- West Street.            Poli•'arDialo ue                  ,Marinc• iu't     < a•t•r h'• •.a"
                                                                                                                                                                           " ,    •-•. uua o.                          •treet, then to the Colomal Th.e-      Pl•es•ll be awarded in •           "             .
                ed to him in the meeting •thout•                            ne.s in B e•t tla•tford, his former                  g •                  from" ]c•l•* H •
                                                                                                                                                                 '             •cho'   • 1• ]                          •tt't and fmally the parade will d•vismns. Cash awards • • to •b•" the . gove•ment m 194•.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ._         "
                prevmus discussion or consulta-•                             •ome, retired to Southing•n six        Officer Henry NoBe•acher xxa•             "      "',       '"             •                        •nd m the fmld m tac •c•" of children •ad• one • four, f•,tlm height. o£ war p•duc•o
                :ion. Judgesaid he had Welch, as
                that He      Thom• F. requested•                 A Halloween masquerade dance, '•ears ago. Hc served with the n the proce• of jockeying fl•c car           •nd sorted •9 months.                   ,Lt,X•l• Itigh School.             to •*•e• and seven . .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             .            through h•gh , ptoyedmle
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                . ."     .....                        an•It '•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                mn•eL'00tnePer•°n•'Pratt ha•
                                                                                                   . Navy 27 months and was •igned into a position suitable for radio         Opt'ratm• under the nanw of          I   The l)arade is •c]mdulcd to p• sc tool Grammar •nool teacne•' •._:_.           - ,,.:.•a •
                                                              sponsored by.the •illdale Senior                                                    "   w•   had, uarters   • M cke•'• Lunch •ar the re,tan-
                •wn counsel, be invited • the •               Scou•s, will be held Friday evening • t• convoy duty m both the Arian-   "Off cer, I • • "                    rant x,a, la'd out b• Mwke•. s fath-   • of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   children umler •ad• school                      and H•gh School Prme•pal Ma•mlora ......
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      •mn enaea opera•m•
                meeting to discu• the appoint-                a•tcr the parade at the •n,•n .,t•e •md •e Pacific.                                                         •er. Officer Pat Pa•um•,. A bright            .                                          G Phelaa will judge •e contest.,•Jmmary of this year.
                ment wi• the •hree mcmb• o•                   Legion •o•,c.                 .]•        For the past w•k Mr. Weldoa     "Come. .in' Car. t•o.", •er "        color sehen•e of red-and-•xhHe    a•.' •o urged to keep their chil-                        •mediately f ollowin g the•
                        ,               '                                                            •ag been a the E                     Car t•o to •0•, o                                                   d•en •th them and not al•v                             •                             '
                the, board.                           •          •" h•,a p;,.b;• x•h• .• ;.,•haroe             t"    .Imont to get ac- ,,    ?         ,,                 ' )esther booth•, re, I •t,)o • and   "                                                  ax'arding of pri•, tho re•l•
                                                      •        .           ': "'"   ...... •quainted with tim clien.•l• W•th.             Of•e '•'z            •     -    :•€•. •v• • w•-•m•c them to m•x with the older chil-                                     Teen Age Night •ll be held at• Le• Pu••l" •- ! L

                       .PP                  •    Y•  ....... •, ". •.,_• w.n,haxe the se•iees of a full-time                                 •"                      '. " • 'oletllll and the tai)le• are red-col- g)nt T•o of the SouLhmgton F•ro         The C•muni• •alloween P•'•oblonn in Amo•ean
                                                        •o,. dancing, and Mr. McCul-• e•' •ust.•.e• ,•ens mnenes ann                         .-.•,•       "                 ',red plast,c. Fh,orcscent ceflmg •e•m•tm•, • ,el•,s•nta•ve •i t• • made poss•bl• through tho•de •own thh w•k
                ..... ' " "' " • ......       •   ,,  .     t.    ,_ t t... • •€---:-o. I flll]/lel's XVIII De xeatured.                   " • :.    .•                       h,H,ts -re qsed                      ttl( •outmngton :once •eparg- jol•t efforM of a number oTeom-lhon• "to uan thn emnmttn
                A. Lute Democrats, at the Board's am, . whose nonny m •,•u•.,.                Mr Wel,l• i• •, •.•t • € •,                  Willie shtftm•t gears, 8tt, crm• • • "     •  •- '         . •           nent Ma'Lil K•vanau,, •. •ar•e        " •....              ".-  - • •--- .
                .... "• I•t Friday.       '      ISwed•sh a d o d A•e• can dances, ..             '     ....                              he -d•ec car, •ell n,, at those         "• •     "        '            :                                                "                     •l•tory.          '
                ....... •         •              t ..............                       I I.lOnS Club and the Catholic War                , .f     ,     ." . • ...... the c(ntraefor                              mat-hall and Hal Ro•mson.          T fher direct eontributio• of ¢•hl M ss Nm•ev I•a
                                                                                          Vetel n•                                                                     •    [                           ,              Fhmkn   the )ttlltdtls x•tll be l f

               xvork tmt p•oparing for eonsoltda- oust'ate Moxiean and Swedish folk               " " "    "          , idea of the man s pl •ht                         ••                    ' '     "    '    "              "•                                ,'    '   P P
               tonwlltnvolve dufln•enofiod dances Mr. Ptnkinsad                       daugh• Janico four y• o1•           •,         •        •;'......... s      EricM. Simnons sonofD" and.iners and the Boy Scou•.             rR•in•n• Kenneth Olin •I•in•ledge of caucus •
               gotween now and A•I 10 n M,.•         Prizes w•l be awarded for the 'and Meredith, on• year old        t ...........                          •Mrs Eric M Simmons, has been;        It •s expected, Mr. R•bmson Phelan, 8•. Leslm •oo•, M•.tlems.                '  "                                           '
,,          •. n,•,•l• ,.•a "•hl" t" a bi•r• b•s• eoah,mea. The doors will o•en I         The sale w• made •.ough tho •                                      i pledged to Chi Ps• fratermty at [ sad, that the sound truck fl om• Evelyn N•h, Mrs. El•zaboth 8hof    The eou• la,•
•,             •ob than •e0•)o ehi,• ,,        ' • at •:80.                         ] ( )ushi ag Company.             [     •ont•ued ca Pago 4•                Bowdoin College, •unswiek, Me. • the •my Rocrut•ng Se•co •111 ey, and M•. Eleanor Ca•dy.           • Stowo.

  GARREPY AG'AIN                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         UP TO
     Leo ( a repv, prmctpal of the ,
  Plantsville Sehonl, was re-elewted !
  premdent    of the Southington I

  meet'n• of tbe club Tuesday after-

    Otne• elected •ere Charles
 Crnckwell, secretar.• ; M•sq He'en
  Clavez, financial secretary, and
  Mrs. Efleen Kennedy, treasurer.
    The •.up is to hold three social
•g•W•d2eihers during      the scho d
  yea•. The first will be held :n No-
  •end,v• and isdesigned to welcome
  ne• leachers into the system.

          RECORDINGS                         Mtss Bernice Melesky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
  Warrantee Deeds
     Franklin D. Richard,-,, as Feder-
                                             Melesky •f 129 Water Street, and Henry Ohsse, son of Mr.
                                             ••nd Mrs. Peter Ullsse of Lawler Street, New Britain, were            LIVING ROOM SUITES-SOFAS- CHAIRS -ROCKERS
  al llousin• Commissioner, to Ran•-         married at 9 a. m. Saturday, Octob--r 11, at the Imm.acul•.t.•
                                             Conception Church. The Rev. Father Thaddeus Malanowski,
  dolph B. and Ruth ('. Robert:
                                            assistant pastor, performed' the ceremony. After Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                       Many One and Two of a Kind..
  •.rait Cf land, Sunn3n'idge Drive.
                                                                                                                                                                       So make your selection today.*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      CHAIRS AT SAVINGS
     Martin G. and l,'annie T. Gel-          Ulisse re•urn from a wedding [rip to Bermuda, made by airplane,
                                           '•they will reside on Pine Street. New Britain•
  nat to Thomas and Curmella Pow-
  er•: t•,act of land. lhlb;lde Ave-
                                          Berklsy Park Women               :Miss Nemic l'c Be Wed
     Loui• E. anti Lena Wassonff to
                                                 To Hold Dance At Y Here Tomorrow Merning                                                                                                                     Reg. $79.5,0 L.eatherette           Reg. $49.50 Knuckle-
  Danwl DeJohn: •ract of land,
  Met ,'ion Avenue.•.
                                                                                  Mi•, Ntlhe Ellen Xemic. daugh-
                                             The Berkle,x Park Womep'• C'u'. i te• of the late Mr. anti Mrs. Jo-                                                                                              Lounge
                                                                                                                                                                                                              •hair    .,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         $59.50    Arm Lounge
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ,•hair ......
     R,.•,na Pa•etti Mume]i to AI- u dl spon•or a IIU]ICt' ttm r• • , ,eph NenEc of Walnut St eet, and
  I,evt and Eleanor Mainem: t•tt ngbt at the Southington •MCA',Jo•eP• Anthony Pine, son of Mr.
  of land. BarriEr Street.              , Aud:torlum Manware's Orelmst•a t a •d M "•. Eugeffe Pine of 25 Pros-                                                                                                Reg. $69.50 Knhckle
     A•nt,to M. ('ibula to W illiam • ,as 'been eh•age
                                                 ,    " •      to. pla• fo • peer Stre(:. ,Meriden. will be mar-                                                                                              Arm              $39.50 Reg. $89.50                      $49.50
  •V. it•l(I • I1"•" G. C•bula: tract oI dane;n •. Round anti square dane n  •,le,I at .• a. m. tomorrow at St.                                                                                               Chair   •.   ..         Barrel Chair                ..
         Relkiey Avenue.                  x•   be on the pro•:m. •lU•Sat3 .              Church. Tile Roy. Fa-
     Fr,m],hn D. Rishmds. as Fed-dance number¢ •ill be presen e l•H•er Wilhnm II. Kennedy pa•or
¢g•a•ul llou-;,,g tonmssmntn, to h• Maria •laml•, dau,rht r will perform the weddin• cere-                                                                                                               Reg. $59.50                ,   Reg. $49.50
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Barrel Chair               ____
  t•a•t of land. Tannton Street.         ,Betkle$ Court.

                                                                                                                                                                                                              Reg. $89.5o
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Wing Chair         .....
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         $•9.5o Reg. $69.50 Fri•e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Chair & Ottoman

                                                                                                                                      REG.- $159 LAWSON SUITE                                                 Reg. $92.50 Chair                   Reg. $69.50 Chrome Chairs,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Ottoman ......
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         $595o    Leatherette Seat
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  and Back ......
                                                                                                                   Button-back sofa and matching lounge chair
                                                                                                                   .-.. both upholstered in a durable floral tap-
                                                                                                                   estry. Now at HALF PRICE!

                                                                                                                    REG. $259                       $1 *•95o REG. $2•9                        $1 "•!.5o [
                                                                                                                    2 PC. FRIEZE SUITE ...               I •--      2-PC. FRIEZ_E SUITE .      | •'1     !                      CHAIRS

                                                                                                                   •: *€•z•s• .... -*179•°•: •• •,• '144•°'
                                                                                                                    REG. $359
                                                                                                                                                    $,179.5o REG. $329                        .$164.5o
                                                                                                                    3-PC. VELOR SUITE ....                          2-PC. MOHAIR SUITE ...

                                                                                                                    •G. $•59        "'"
                                                                                                                    2-PC. FRIEZE SUITE         ..   $• 79.50 REG. $•59
                                                                                                                                                                   , 2-PC. FRIEZE SUITE ...   $179.50
                                                                                                                             USE ANDREWS CONVENIENT TERMS

                            YOU                                                                                                                                                                              • special group has been dras-
                 Who's afraid of the big bad Goblin? On Halloween, that is! Everyone                                                                                                                         tically reduced in price•Choose
            knows that there ain't no such animal.., on Halloween, that is! Sure the kids                                                                                                                    from several styles'..
            make believe there are., ever* ae•uslng Go-b•l•hg of stealing gates a ,ad things.
            But morn and pop don t believe in Goblit•... on Halloween, tmt is.
                 For the rest of the year, however, Goblins seem_•.,more real ' . Goblins
            that the housing shortage has spawned.
                 In-laws have been wonderful to us, but crowding is not the answer. Those
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ROCKER "BUYS"
            who are lucky enough to have their own apartment, find that landlords have                                                                                                                                               Formerly $21.95 -
            suddenly gained an almost unworldly power over them. Even superintend-
            ents behave like king-size Gremlins, while renting agents scare us with their
            mornful dirge.. '•N•vac-anc•--. • no vancan•o-vaeaney-..."                                                                                                                                       Mahogany arms. upholstered
              • In New Britain, thereis a way to scare of these post-war Goblins. It's                                                                                                                       seat and back in durable tap-
            not a magic formula . . . just practic'al. Here it is:                                                                                                                                           estry. Deep spring seats.
               _ Mix very carefully:
                     "@ Young. fresh neighborhood
                     •-E•xpert tandseapin•
                      • Poured concrete foundation
                      •Full basement
                                                                                                                                         • REG..$229 VELOUR SUI-TE                                                     SOFA BARGAINS
                      •Bradley oak floors
                      •Foyer with large guest closet                                                               Don't delay . . . Shop Andrews tomorrow!
                      •3 Bedrooms with 5 closets, double exposure                                                  Be sure you see this suite which .has been                                                                                     Reg. $198 Knuckle
                 Add to these:                                                                                     reluced 50r/•-.
                      "• Kohler_ _o•_ Kohler B,•throom              •
                      •Cabinetsby Empire                                                                                                                                                                      Reg.$229 Duncan $]83 Reg.$219         $]49
                      @ Linoleum kitchen by Armstrong
                      •Automatic air-conditioned hdat by Superfex
                      •omatir•hot wate• by Rheem•
                                                                                                                    REG. $298
                                                                                                                    2-PC. FRIEZE SUITE
                                                                                                                                                         198     'o0'' REG. $149
                                                                                                                                                                       2-PC TAPES'•RY SUITE
                                                                                                                                                                                                ,79.50        Phyfe Sofa ......    Lawson Sofa ....

                                                                                                                                                                                                              Reg. $249•awson $169 Reg' $•2¢C•ippen'$229
                      • Sidewall and roof insulation by Reynolds
                      •Roofing and fire0roof asbestos shingles by Johns Manville                                                                                                                              Frieze Sofa .....                   :lale Karpen Sofa
                      •Wallpaper by Thibault
                 •ou quali[i,ed veterna_• may be abbe tO make flnnnelng arrnng•,,'n•n+•
                                                                                                                    REG. $•95
                                                                                                                    2-PC. MOHAIR SUITE ....         $219•°° •EO. $329
                                                                                                                                                                    2-PC. FRIEZE SUITE ....   $] 98.00
             through the Veterans Administration so that you will be able to move in with
             a down payment of less than $200.00. Then monthly payments (like rent) of
                                                                                                                   I REG. $408           $•.00 REG. $329                                      $•106o     I      PLATFO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ROCKER- •EDUCED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 S R
             $69.00will pay jot taxes, water charees, interest, amortization and all in-                           I2-PC. MODERN SUITE .. •/   2PC. FRIEZE SUITE .... .IX                                [
             surances. And . . . the price of this Goblin-proof•rew is only $9850.00.
                 So banish your Goblins forever by seeing •e exhibit home today. You'll                                                                                                                          REG. $69.50               Reg. $59.50          Reg. $39.50

                                         EXCLUSIVE-                                                                 •-•c.   MODERN 8"'T• ..          "ff            3-PC. •OHAIR 8"'TE .    .. &•l                          "               2                   s19.
               THE W. L. HATCH COM.PANY                                                                                                                                 •
                24 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW BRITAIN, CONN., TEL. 9-1671
            TO EXHIBIT HOME:•Drive north on Fa_rmington Avenne• Nexq BrAmin•
                             turn west on Pentlow Avenue, south 200 feet on
                             Corbin Avenue.

                                                HeM E S inc."                                                                                                                   |aZ In8111         STREET'.IIELU BRiTR!11                                                ,•   s 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Science Schole hips                          LIQUOR PERMIT          • -"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Open To Student Here
                                                                                Keeping An Lydi• Out.
                                                                                              Eye                                                           (Contlnu• f•m Pqe 1)             /
                                                                                                                                                                                                     o.,v=,. We,neoaa,
                                                                                                                                                                                                 The mmual meeting of the trus-            'Lewis High School is eligible •o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   NOTICE OF APPLICATION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  This ts to give notice tha• I,
                                                                                -                                                                                             tees and m•nb• o• •he Hosp/tal                            submit a candidate for ehe of the      Michael F•nty, of 86 Eden •ve-
                                                                                            •               ot color schemes, and they will sweeping through the high pine Corporation of Southington will                              five Bausch and, Lomb Science          hue, Southington have filed an ap-
                                                                             The opemng of old houses under•Ux•ear them whether they need trees em•ounding his house on a be held a• 7:30 p. m. Wednesday•                              Scholarships at the University o!       flicatio dated October, 194• with
                                                                           auspices of the Antiquarian and them or not.                     priva• lane off West Street, near Se•etary Samuel W. Bowers an-                             Rochester to be awa•led in 1948.       the Liquor ContrQl Commission •for

                                                                        a generous gesture. It gives pea- : a fashion adjunct, not from neces-             "Can you get a fire truck up                                              let $1,500.                             •coholic liquor on the premises 88
                                                                                                                                                       there---in a      hurry?"--thc  man          Election of officers and ires-
                                                                    i ple a chance to glimpse, if in a lsity or even to shade the eyes,                                                                                                   Tbe Award Mt•lm m g•ven each Cen•r St, Southington. The bus-
                                                                                                                                                       asked•                                    tees and the rsading of offficlal
                                                                        somewhat hop, skip antl jump. strikes me as the height of the ri-                                                                                               year in .t,800 schools in ihe cJun- ines8 is owned by Carmelia Santy
                                                                        style, the gracious ways of living diculous. As foolish as it would be         Call To Headquarters                 [ and al,nual reports will take place
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        •y to lnembers of graduating of 86 Eden Avenue, Southingtou
                                                                    !that still go on in many of our•tn limp ahaut on • ap•ir of fancy                     Speed Nonemacher lifted the[at •hc meeting, Mr. Bowers said.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        classes. Each school winner is ellg- and wil• be conducted by Michael
                                                                    l arch•tectural be]rldoms. Old furni- crutches despite a perf•tly go• telephone from its hoffk, called [ Th• meeting •s open to the public ible to compete for one o£ the F. •nty                                      of 86 Eden A•enuc,
                                                                     •tu•, old mirrors, a collation of•vmr of legs                                     hearqu•ters, told them of the•                                                   schola•hips. The• a•e now IS of 8outhlngton as permit•e.
                                                                        Tobey jugs, brocaded gowns,, path -                  *    *    *              •man's situation and •eu w•ted •                           "                      these scholarship winners at the[           MICHAEL F. SANTy
                                                                     , boxes, and G. Washington s .•g-              Ou tbinkmg •t over, of course ,•hfle Chmf Edxxard F. Geary call- • ass H•loween Pa•y                                U•versRy of Re.ester.                ]Dated October 23, 1947.
                                                                        nature •relessly scratched on the. one can recall that in the 18th ten-•ed the Southington Fire Depart- •                        • • • • IA •          .J         In May, •9•, smue 20 winners,e23-30
                                                                        window of a •vern m which he .......... •...... .•*•.•v •.• meat.                                                    [                                     " offlhe Baus• and Lomb Honorary
                                                                         •eally slept were some of the h•d nothing to do with the amount'                   Meanwhde the Bristol Chmf had •        Harmony Chapter Y•. :•5, OES, Science Award, who have cmnplet- LOST--Notice is hereby givsa thai
                                                                        things to see in LRehfield las• u• hen' on a person's head. These,arrN'ed and usked fro' tho same [will meet'at S p. m. Tuesday at led their appli•tions for schol•- t savings passbook No. 11.51
                                                                        week.                                   uig• er perukes were coiffed and•Rell• •                               .         lh• Ma•on,e Temple, Mare Street. •sh•ps wql be guests of •e Univers- •The Sout•ington Bank and Tru•l
                                                                                        .   .   .               cmied and powdered, and eonsid-             Edgar Guerrette •aited.      -       A Halloween party will be held by •,iiy and of the optical concern •or ICompany has been lost and appli.
                                                                      '     • .... om ifictntl                  ered quite au essential article of          After th• or four minute• had•membecs after the meeting. Miss txxo day• of tests and in.renews, cation made to said bank for pay,
                                                                                                                 h,.•                                 'ea[ ed, the Chefs voce eamt ,Ha•tie Gadwin is chmrmao of the
                                                                        fro" the hilbtop tox•n on October t"" •                                                                                                                       [The five schola•hip w•ers wilt, ment of the amount du• upon th<
                                                                                                                                                        t •er the loudspeaker,                   refreshments commitWe.
                                                                         II. So magmfieently that m all                                                                                        '                                      I be chosen from this group.           : same. All persons are eau"one,
                                                                         honest) "l mu-t admit I enjoy•'• far        re terry the Ioog ver.•u.• short       "Car One. Come in Car Oae."             A brush demonstratma ,x ill b • i Jack Lotz, son of Dr. and Mrs. t against negotiating this             eo•l,
                                                                         mole loitering ou the v•lage skn't controversy on for u few                        "1"his amn is st,U here, Chief. held during the chapter's meetin• i Herbert R. I.otz of Qhcen Stroe:, which, •f found, should be returner
                                                                                                                                                        What's the story on hi• house?"
                                                                         •treets than hm•3mg tlnough the more paragraph% it was amusing                     "'Just called the fire depart- Tuesday night, November 4. Mem- ,'•°°this medal at Lewis High this •to said Bank. Soath•ngt•n, Septem.
                                                                         house. " tth the rest of the c•vions to read that the Duchess of Wind-                                                   hers were asked to keep lhe date m .xcar and Francis Johu Kiltonic ,bcr 30° 19,t7.
                                                                         •gh•.•cer•.                             .'•r in Paris proeIaims that she meat," tbc Chief sa;d, "they said mind and to plan to attend.                          •on the award in 1946.              1o3.17.31
                                                                                                                 will not have her skn'ts lengthen- he'll •avc to cad them personad3, ,
                                                                                                               -cal.-Breve words for one who had by telephone. Won't take ,t
                                                                             l.,tehfiebi •. an opulent-apcar- tin- httle mattee attended to be-
                                                                          log town with it• tall tree.'-, broad fore •hc .-aileA fro" Eucope•                Edgar Guerret#e •ra')bed th• ,
                                                                                                                                                         qoor band!e of the po.we car and                                      _CORONET-- -
 crane, Mr. Graham writes.                                                                                           It ]ook• no• as ff the loner }el!pal,, •Ahat the -- atn I SUp-
      The Capitol Hill commentator is very much disturbed by x•hite hen.e-. The buslnes.• section
                                                                                                                 -k,•l had u•m €he firs• 10 r,,und- po•cd to do--run a mUe and a half
 all the mean •h•ngs that people are saying about the tax. "To on the south -ide of the g•een is m
-Criticize a tax.'" he remarks •agely, "is the simplest thing in the good •nste •thout scarlet front,- of the fa•kmn battle. Aud dark ,rock lo m3 pla.'e and phoue
                                                                                                                                                                                                        "Handmade Solid M kogany Reproductions
 world and •s certam,y a popular enterprise• To critimze only end oeon }ights. In the drug sto•e st,)t],:rg• have certainly been no- characters ?"
 destructively, however, is dangerous."                                    I ba•l a drink of water that the                                                  Officer    None,uacher   •oo•cu
      Some of Mr. Graham's "conclusions are entirely sound, prop•elor declared to be the fine,•t                                                          al oend    once nnd ,pointed to a
 Unfalr and umniormed crmcism has been directed against the m the •tnte.                                             The problems of meatless Tucs- boast: "Tivnk you'll find a 'pi•one
 sales •ax. We objected more to the way it was-put•thro•-•gh
 the Legislature than to the principle o[ the tax, and it seems                                        Thursday have beea •olved by one                     Guorletto xx• haif-x•ay up the
 to us that the interests of the state can be served best by modi-  Be:t of all I hked s•ttmg on the worried honsewife. She will have                    hill before the officer finished h
                                                                 lax•n m the slmdow of the lovely her chicken and eggs on Tuesday
  $ying rather than repealing the tax.
-.-     But we think that the campaign to r•ke the tflx popul•tr white chnreh eating a pwmc lunch, and her meat on Thursday[                               Half • hour later, thiags •xcrc
 has taken a strange tur•l when such spokesmen as Mr. "Graham    topped off by a mcnmrable piece of      At a meatle¢¢ lunch a good di-h                 ueIl under c•ntroI at the Gucrrctt•
 send to "the newspapers neatly mimeographed statements          pumpk:n p.•. tirol t,• the L•tchficld serxed was gmUed shoed tomatoes                   •s.denco. •b]ch is one of a group
    "I?o• Immediate Release"•the trademark o[ the proressional hou¢cwffe tf thi• was a product of with Mm'nay or cream cheese                            cf three h,maes locnt•d far
                                                                  • l,t hfield k tchcu.                sauce. And he e s •cmething called                in the •oods -n a private off

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                                                                                                                                                                                                      Sohd Mahogany Bed.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      tifully hand carved, Fluted
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Posts.   Truly   Luxnrious

                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Spacious Dresser with h_and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         carved   matching mirror.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Superio• Craftsmanship.

              remuins at•4• cea•t.•
       thc c is no incrcase in thc
 .rates to Torrington, 20 tent•; aod
            25 cents. A hvc-eent in-
    •as• is reflet•d ia the new
     • • •.o• M•riden aed
     •n•lle, l0 cents; M•ddlctowa.
      cente; Hartford, 20 cvnt•; and
               nnd New Haeen, 25                                                                                             SIMPLICITY

                                                                                                                                       A simple, sincere [uneral service
                                                                                                                                           within the reach o• MI.

                                               t aifle•pmm pepper
                                               1oaspnoa Worve•crshi•
                                              cop Brazil nuts, ground
                                                                                                                                 SOUTH I NG TOS

                                                                                                                                  PERSONALIZED PAPERS
                                                                                                                             Come to our Stationery Dept. to see the splendid
                                                                                    ment of insMe-fro•ted           ,,       selection of Personalized Open Stock Papers in
   troubled by high f,,od prh'es.         Bake in mo,leratc oven (8.30°F.)          bulbs of popular sizc.•.                 Eaton's Painscript Book. Styles for men and
      (Ir0uqd Brazil nuts ,,re delicious' I• mtuotes. Yield: 6 servings.
                                                                                    •or the home.                            women, modestly priced.
                 for soupS, salad• and                              ,
                      a•,"d•-tlw rh'h ,,ils I potash Alliance Plans                  : "- ; o box of sp•res
                 s.erve. •s   a   better'     •nce Night Of Nov. 1                   • every emOr•en=yI
                                                  Polish   Natmnal
                                                                                               PLUS 3¢ TAX                                                                                                                                                                SHOWROOMS
            , Bt•zll nut• giro texture arday, No-comber l, at the Falcon                    eEtlVERED
                goal flavor to,baked t flail, Knowloe Avenue, Daneigg
                     a•d           But will be from.8 p. m. to 12 mid-
                    hies{                gbt. The Polonla Orchestra will
                                       play. John Chtmber is in charge                                                                                                                                           515 MAIN S TREET                                       NEW BRITAIN
GIRL Hff BY CARI'                          Kingdom Within'
                                          Will Be ernmn Topic
                                                                                                      A                 o                                IMODEL PLANES                            Bsasett and Dudley Snffth•
                                                                                                                                                                                   Contestants, numberin
                                                                                                                                                         I                      from New York, Boston
                                                                              Mr. and M•'•. •tlBsel] Sey•our,Schoonmaker.                      •FLY AT AIRPORT Island as w•ll ,'us from many-
                                   • the sermon typic of the Rev. Albert   have returned from their wedding•   Mrs. Fred Travers of Somerset,                                   ,,f Connecticut.
                                  •S Woodworth, pastor, at the 11          trip to Whiteville, N. H., where:N. J., spent the weekend •t her•
  A five-year-old girl waz sta'uck a. m. service Sunday at, the Plants-    they were gues• at the Moun•i• home here.
by an automobile on Sauth Main l ville ,Baptis•t'Church.                                                                                        Mole than 70 person, at'v'•de,l
                                                                           View House.                          Valdore Daigle, son of Mr. and
                                   , •3onthmtn• • e•=•I •fthe past
                                                                            C                                                                 by the Ex•'hanlre ('lab and heht a•
Wednesday.                         •several year• • evening hymn               •kson In•itute of Technol•Roy left yesterday f• Florida to
  Sandra Bohlman, the daughter sm• will be held on the l•t Sun-                                                                               Southim.,'ton Airport Sun(la.•.
                                                                            at Po•dam, N. Y., is the guest of resume their work on the Daigl9
of Mr. and Mrs. Hermann A.•dav of each month at the church.                •h•s pmeRts, Mr. and Mrs. I•n Potato Farms there.                    Of the fi•e entrants fr-m S,,uth
Bohlman of Montgomery Drive,                                                                                  ........                        ,ngton, a]l member• af the Flight
• •njut•l • •e h•k and •
dec by a c•r drive•, by A J Di-. Friends and members
                                                                           *Local Aerie To Sponsor                             lnspecfioh-
ann of Ne• Brttam, polke said. are invited. The Rev. Mr. Wood-
                                                                              Children's Day At Bowl                       O[ Post Set For. 10th meet      and          a£   the threo recei•et
                                                                                                                       Aa official insp•tion of Trum- •op a•ards.                                   ALL MAKES OF
  Officer    Henry   N•ncmacher. x• orth                                        Ch'ldren's Da.• •ill be sponsor-
who was called to the bcene of the Is A C]•ri•tian?"                       led by the Southington Aerie of
                                                                                                                     bull Post, Women's Relief Corps,,         Ra.•mond Fusee and Jer '.v Wag-           AIDS--REPAIRED
                                                                                                                     will take place Monday, November nor took the senior and junior                 GUARANTEED SERVI
accident, said that the httle girl    Officers aml teacher• of tho           Eagles at the Yale-Bro•n football       10, at their meeting in Odd Fe'- cup•; Willarcr'Ballou, the club's in-
was s•ruck its .q•e c."o•South chuwh will bold lhe•r m•th y                . game Saturday afternoon, Novem-                                                                                         E• eready    and
                                                                                                                      Ir,.,.,• Hall, Plantsville. Mrs. May struct,r, p•aced second :n the ape.
Mare SDeet on hei wa'y to• the meotin• •lemday night at the home    •,, at the Yale Bo•l, New Ila-                                                                                     Batteries for all makes
                                                                                                                     Dunlop of Meriden and her oflieml
Milldale School.                    of the c•urc• school super n•nd-         xen, according to Earl Fransen,                                                                                                 llearing Aids
                                                                                                                     •taff will be the lzuests of honor. 21 years of age.
   Police said that Dmna took the     cat.                                   chairman of the Aer•e'• problem                                                                                         Mdke Thk,• Your
                                                                                                                           Prior to the meeting and xtmta-
•ll te Bradley Memorial Hospi-                                                                                                                                Joseph Ssbatella and Edx•ar,l               Hearing Aid Office
                                         Mr. Woodx•orth, State Gran.,ze                                             .tion program, a dinner will be
tal for heatment. He w• arrest-       €'baphlm, delivered the sermon           Transportation to and from the        served at the Snug Harbor Restau- I•'usco were the tx•o other conteM-
¢d and charged with wolation of       Sonda.• night before the Prestdn     . game and proper stlpe'xismn will        rant for Ituests and members of ants from the Flight Timer• Club,
the rule• of the road and is sched-   C tx Grange at the service ai the    ,Le provided for all children •ho        :the Corps. Dinner wilt be sorxea xxhxch or•anized the meet" w,t,h a              Hearing Center
sled to appear m Town Corot dn        Pre st on    City Congreg•tlonal       attend. Members of the Aerie art,       at • p.m.                              view toward creating more int:r-
Monday.                               ('bu•ch.                               asked to sul)m•t the nam,.• ,ff chin          Members who will requ re trans- 'est in •(, model plane sport •n           ROBERT WILSON. Mgr.
                                                                             dren, between the ages of •, and t•     portatlon to and from the restau- Southiogton.                                  3 Colony St.  Phone 6310
                                                                                                                                                                                                          OFFICE HOURS
                                                                                                                                                                                                            DAILY 9 - 5
                                                                                                                                                                                                          FRIDAY TILL 9      '..
      Pelchcr Fined           Square was chat-god with breach'
For Breach Of Peace'Dr           the penes and found guilty iu •     Waltc'" Truss of 29 Hull Drive,
        f.lh,wmg a d•tu]b. 'l'.x• n Court 1"1• I•daf mo•nin•.     Plaut•villc. chm•ed with a breach

                                                                                                              AT NEW ALLEVS
at the ('ol.nml 1•   . , Ed- Ih' xsmg fined $15 and.placed on
  Peh'h•,r •,d" ?, I  I"attm• w.•;ation for a petted of six
                                                                  .,,.,..,, ..
                                                               -.I. Lambert Degnan.
                                                                     -•ll'algned Ill Town Court oil n
                                                                                                                                                                                  •                                                                                    DAYS
                                                                 ' of   Ihe   todd.   Carmen Rosa, :t•. of    •:,     ,                                                                                                                    FRIDAY A D SATUR
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            2 GIGANTIC SALES DAYS
                COME TO                                           h.un.I lslfihy and fioed $1,5.
                                                                                                              ,,,.,,•,.•. a,oy•' •,t•'. ,•,•                                          Established in 18•6
                                                                  Mrs. Brown Attends                                N•ae•    all    evenin,•       thne   from
                                                                               Library Conference M.nda• tbr.ugh Friday ha• been

  -FU NK'S                                                        mn ut the Southington Public Ld•- s•i•L Tbo•e glm plan to have lea-
                                                                  •aty. vettuned tlu• week from a gtW- in operation x•ho have not
                                                                  foul-day x'onfelence of the New yet contacted her or Henry For-
                                                                  liuglan,i Library Assocmtton hekt groom, .It,, atloy•' manager, are

                                                                  at hx•amp•eott, Mass                •=ked to do so at once. Every ef-
                                                                                                                                                                     SALE OF
                          ON                                      cflhate the exchange of idea•
                                                                                                      f.rt •ill be made t. a.eammo•te
                                                                                                      all •outbin•too h,•le• possible.
                                                                   thcough mhh'es•e• and g•onp dis-      1)e•lfite some tlela•, the instal-
                                                                                                      la•i,m x•ork on the e•ht new alleys
                                                                                                                                                                  HOMESPUN YARN
                                                                   phase- of lib]a• y work and organ- is progre.sinff rapidly and the                                        '" brand new stock                                               • :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             •L.•                ates with .other

   BRISTOL                                                        lzatlon, tloward Mumford Jones,
                                                                  of ltatvard University, spd•'e on at•enlent that the.• will he ready
                                                                  "'The t'omomn Reader."       "y
                                                                     5h•. Bros•n •anl thl• week that mal .pening date•
                                                                  •he found a lecttu'e anti discussion
                                                                                                       foc operation in time for the for-

                                                                                                         Mrs. Gacbex•icz said the alleys
                                                                                                                                                                    Worsted---4 Ply

                                                                                                                                                                         88e skein
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Sport yarn

                                                                                                                                                                                               1.10 skein

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Bristol -tores in


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 bringing, you
                                                                  on "Grvat llook•" olle of the luo•t probably wouhl he !n operation

                                                                                                                                                                    Imagine. brand new quaHD yarn a• uneh                                                        •-°'r•at
                                                                  fiu•tful of the many event• on the                                                                                                                                                                   bargains.
                                                                   con fel €.nee pro•raln,                                                                           low prices• Choicer many colors. Values
                                                                                                              no•x be;us lnadt• to have a full
                                                                                                              time attendant on duly in the aft-

                                                                  .Hennigar Will Preach                                                                              •omorro• •
                                                                                                                Saturdays and Sundays will be
                                                                      On 'The Holy Spirit'
                                                                        At the 10:30 a. m. service-•_uu-
                                                                                                              kept open as nmeh as possible to                                                                     "                                             keep you away
                                                                                                              permit indixidual bowlers a chance
                                                                    day at tile First Baptist Church,         to use the alleys, as well a• for
    IISUPr•R             BARGAINS"                                  .lie Rev. Lewi* A. Hennigar, pasr         special ba,vli•ng parties. The S•te
                                                                    •r, w)ll preach on "'The Holy             Leone •ill bo•¢l here on Sunday
                                                                    sim•t.' Th•s •ill be the third set-       nleht• an• the Southington FaN                                              :"                                     l•0•o Pure                      day and Saturday.
WILL BE AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT                                        men ,,, the £borcb Loyalty C,•-           con,. ,,,e•s and women's teams,
                                                                  # •atle of the ('h•l•e• of the No•-         •Gh h•xxl on Sunday afternoons.
                    THE       STORE                                 ,h,.n Baptist (?nvention.         "          The ooly league defin:tely
                                                                        The.SueDe Choir, di•et• by            Monday night is the Me•hant•
                                                                     M•.•.( atheHne Ors, will sing ma         •xhi.'b will use four atle•'•, beg2n-
       S# INGS UP TO $100 ON                                       •.t•m,     durin• •e service. Spa-         nin• •t 7 •( m. It is poss'ble that

     "LIVING ROOM FURNITURE                                        .,.> •:,o., .•..o.w.. be •d ..,., .nor, •dditio.•
                                                                   fttm 10",•10 a. ol until ffoon under use the alle•s beginnia• •t
   AND MANY OTHER BARGAINS.                                        the •.•,,..,i..o.        or M.•. a.o•., •. •,. • •.md•v.                                              •N            •••• •]blanke,                                espeeally   for       os.    Open Saturday
                                                                   Wood.                              .      q nlghku the alleys have                             •. •          ••                                 They re made in 100• •lr•qn
                                                                     Regular          meetiog of the Xouth hoen reserved.for the Peek, Stow
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    till 5:30 p.M. •
                                                                                                                                                                         •             ••••,                              finish that ma•s you ,•arm
                                                                   ut the chuxh. 3h>- tleten Fuhr. •omen. Tbex •ill bo•l                           at h:Sfland           •             •.. • ••                           just to leak nt it. They measure
                                                                  'maon will lead the worship per- s::10 p. m..                                                          •             • ff••"                            •2x90 inches and they come in
                      WILL        BE                               .on of the program. All members    ODe g,rls groap ha•                           already
                                                                   are requested to attend,        se•ed four a evs for                             •:30 p. m.
                                                                                                   each Wednesday and                              the Church
       OPEN 'TII, 9 P.M. FRIDAY                                                                    I ea•ue will begin its                           matches at
                                                                    Dental Clinic Planned               s:.;0 p. m.,on that night.
                                                                                                           Thursdays at 6:30 p. m. the
                                                                          For Pre-School Group Allied•Control and Exchanga Ctuh
                                                                      A dental clinc for pl'e-•ehoo-[•,•ro-up s ha•e reserved the alleys
                                                                   (blld.'en •fll be held Tuesday, for •::•0 p. In. and at 8:30 p. m.
                                                                   from 9:.I0 a. m. to 10:00 noon two ulleys will he used by the AI-
                                                                   aml flora 1.00 p. m. to :1:30 p.m. •,,p Engineeling Corporation •'irls.
                                                                   at the Bradley Memortal Hospi-          The Clark Brothers Bolt Com-
                                                                   tal.                                 pany bowlers, one of the most ac-
                                                                      Teeth will be cleaned by a d•n- . Live bowling groups In tow•t, will
    Prospect Street                              Bristol           tal hy#enist from the State De- haxe the alleys each Fr:day at

  Across from R. R. Station                    Tel. 9227           pactment of Heal:h. Appoiutments a:•0 p. m. A t.wn lea•m may he
                                                                   may be made •" calling the formed to begin its matches on
                                                                   Health Centel. Sou,,thlngton 1410. that night at x:30 p. m,

                                                                                                             and NAVY STORE

     Special Values
                                                                              26 CHURCH STREET                                1WEW BRITAIN

                                                                               27TH ANNIVERSARY SALE!
                            FoR                                          MEN'S NAVY FOUL WEATHER                                          '12 97
                                SATURDAY                                                          F.OUL WEATIIER                          '10,97
          DON'T PASS U-P THESE                                           HUNTING COATS                                                   $4.$7up                             -    F-RI -AY & SATURDAY
          WON pERFUL B-/•RGA INS                                         MEN'S HEAVY
                                                                         LEATHER JACKETS
                                                                                                REG. $18.95
                                                                                                                                        '13,87                                                 OCTOBER 24*" AND 25TH
             Lamps                                $4.98 pr.              LEATHER TOP, SHEEPSKIN LINED. REG.
                                                                                                                                     $" $.16.87                                   BIG MONEY-SAVING, VALUE-GIVING 2-DAY EVENT
     Beautiful china figurine base. Complete                             JACKETS
     with shade. $10 value            NO'•/ -                            DUCK OR WOOL---ALL SIZES                                                                      It's bden many a month--in fact                              It has taken weeks and weeks o-f
                                                                         HUNTING BREECHES ,•oO1                                            10,85
                                                                                                                                                                  years•, sfn•e Bristol Merchants spon-                         planning, •nd now that BRISTOL
                                                                          HEAVY QUALITY--SIZES 30 to 42                                        $•
                                                                                                                                                                 •sored a "Bristol Days" Sales Event.                           DAYS are almost here, it is time to let
     Assorted Colors ,                       . NOW                        MEN'S ARMY GOVnr SURPLUS                                                               a-year city-wide sale was the biggest-                         every one know what is in store
                                                                          RAINCOATS                                                            $1.97             money-saving program_in,he entire                              them at Bristol's well-stocked retail
                                                                               U. S. GOV'T SURPLUS                   . MEN'S CONSERVATIYE                        year. Now, with the need for stretch-                          establishments. There's" something
i Crystal Boudoir Lamps                           $3.98 pr.                           PILLOWS•
                                                                                                                      DRESS PANTS
                                                                                                                                                                 ing the buying power of the dollar                             of interesLt•-y•aemhe•ef the
     •dmplete with Shades                 NOW                                         4,'ELT LINED                  Values                                       almost greater than ever before,
                                                                                                                                                                 Bristol retailers are presenting their                         family, Morn and Dad, Sister and
                                                                                          •7c                                      $4.9Z                          biggest ovalu•!-giving event in many                          Brother, *and all the folks., whether
                                                                                                                          ALL-WOOL SURPLUS
           HAND PAINTED                                                       MEN'S ALL-WOOL PLAID                                                               long years--the FIRST BRISTOL                                  they are thinking of something to
          Lamps                                                               DRE88 SHIRTS                                ARMY SHIRTS                            DAYS since the War.                                            wear, or something for the home.
            Shade. $10. Value                                                     REG. $9.95 VALUE                   $5.95 Value, Sizes 14 to 15V•

                                                                                        $4.97                                  $2.97                                                                      FREE TRANSPORTATION
                                                                          M•-•"•";- S
                                                                                  • D-•B--•E•B--I•EXST"•                                                                              Bristol merchants f•ave arranged for £ree bus transportation into Bristol

           Christmas Cards
     Hand Colored, 16 in.               Box reg. 79c
                                                         23c                  TRENCH COATS
                                                                                                                          U. S. NAV]

                                                                                                                                                                     •   -            both ••:daturday mornings. You are most cordPaliy invited to•b•
                                                                                                                                                                                      their guests on any incoming Bristol Traction Company Buses, between the
                                                                                                                                                                                      hours of 9 A. M. and 11:30 A. M.. Friday and Saturday.
                                                                                 REG. $9.95 VALUE
                                                                                                                             SIZES 29 to 38

              4-Pc. Crystal Salad Set
                                                                                                                                                                              STORES q3PE• FRIDAY. TO 9 P.M..--SATURDAY TO 5:30 P.M.

         Consisting of:            ALL FOR                                BOY'S PLAID SHIRTS                                                         $1.77                                           "BRISTOL DAYS" Sl•nsored By
             1--14" Chop Plate
             1--9•" Bowl                          $2.29                   BOYS' C•ORDUROY PANTS                                                •     $3.98
             1--Salad Fork I& S•oon
                                                                         .BOYS' PEA COATS                                                            .$7.87

                                                                                                                            ARMY &
                                                                              HOFFMAN'S                                   NAVY STORE
               Main St.                            Bristol                    25 CHURCH ST.                                    NEW BRITAIN
                                                                                                                                                                                               BRISTOL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             UNITED USED CARS & PARTS                     FEED & GI•AIN                             REFRIGERATION

         Services To Offer? seii-*Them Through Chssified Ads!
           LEGAL NOTICES

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Cars Bought & Sold
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          J " Also Cars Bought For Parts
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              We Sbeciabze on Truck Pm't.•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         RUDOLF IIEYN E
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Fe•d Purina Chows
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              GAUV!N'S I',L: F P, IGERA TION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 SALES & SLRVICE
                                                      BUqINESS SERVICES                        BUSINESS SERVICES                      HELP WANTED           MERCHANDISE                                                -.         Phone Wbry 4-5355                   Xnd S•e The Difference                        T3t, • of [h'l•gcr•tion
             T OF      SOUTHINGTON,'                                                                                                                                                                                            Wolcott Rd.. Waterbury
                                                          SILVER CITY                     ANY box spring, mattress made!            .......... -" l *•-•I-P•)VERS--Cut •nd fittea                                                                                     Your [,lv•estotk and Poult•3
-sq. Probate Court, October •3rd,                      FURNACE CO., INC.                     Over equal to pew. One day SET..                                                                                         on --       -     BO--T'rI.I•D •Ab-                                                      lhm,ehoM II ,f•igoration and
                                                                                                                                                                             I    year furniture, beautiful florals,                                                 G•SS CONT•C•RS
 1947..                                                 Heating Contractors               vice. Innersprings made over our                     WANTED                        I stripes and solids. Pay $1.25 week-                                                                                                N. Mare, lhi-tol, qel 9454
    ESTATE OF William S. Smith,                       YORK--SILENT GLOW                   specialty. Connecticut   Furniture •                                                                                                For Form aml Homes Beyond               WIL•NSON G•SS
                                                                                                                                                                               ly. Also curtains, rugs, mattresses•
 late of Southington, in said dis-                Air Conditioning Unlts--Boilers         Store; corner Center and North I            ONE TOOL SETTER                          dishes, aluminum ware and otbe•                         The (;as Mare                      CO., LNC.                                           M & M
 trlet, deceased.                                        Next to YMCA                     Main, Bristol Call Bristol 7644 ar         WITH SObIE MIL'LING                       items for your hmne. Very reason-                  The Modern Gas Service              General Glaes Contractor•                l;r.l,'l'.l(,ERA i'IoN SERVICI•
    The Administrator DBN baying.                  •02 West Main St. Tel. 5511            6024 and reverst• charges.                 MACHINE AND DRILL                                                                                                                 Plate and Window Gla•s
                                                                                                                                                                               able• Teems. Call bhs. Alice t'•a.•-                      I'TILGAS
 exhibited to thi• Court his                                  Meriden                                                                                                                                                                                                        Auto Safety
                                                                                                                                         PRESS EXPERIENCE.                     by, Southington 1434-J.                             Tel. Ne•v BHtam 645                              Mirrors
 ministration account with said e.•-                               • •                             FOR RENT
                                                        ARRE BROTHERS                         NE•V MODERN HOUSE                                                                                                                                                   11 t•- } ? l S tate       L•. eridoa          ItS }he.. At. Bristol, 4H7
 tate for allowance and an applica-                                                                                                                                              •STOM made Yenetmn Blind• BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS
                                                           Cement; Mason             iThree large rooms on Meriden Rd.                     ('ALL IN PERSON                                                                                                              • REMOVING
 tiOn rcq• to ascer-                                                                                                                                                              in Steel, Aluminu•9t Wood. [ ....
 tain heirs and distributee• •f said                Driveway•-Sidewat.ks,•gatls      • 3 bllre• Tro•o•3ilngtoa Center.                                                           •,oice of color tapes. Also coo,-,            H. %'•£•-LINE•
 •dtate and to order tbe distribution                          Cellars               !Suitable for couple ..... Rent $60•                      AT THE                            ple• factory reconditionin• of your •        Br•ck Caulkin• Compounds
                                                         General Trucking            t    Shown by appointment only.                                                                                                                                                        Graduate of xicfl'man
 of dMd estate, it is                                                                                                                                                            old blinds. Call Venetian Bhnd,                 Cement•Clay Products
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Insulation                      Electrolysis Inst., New Yolk
     ORDERED--That the 29tb day                         Tel. Southington 824
                                                         Wallingford 779-J                PHONE PLAINVILLE 303-5
                                                                                      I .........                                                   LAURIA                    •ervice at Meriden 2591.             tf,       Me•l Latches, & Specml•ies                   Room 201, Caus|dy Bldg
 of October A. D., 1947, at 2 o'clock                                                  I                   FOR SALE                             MACHINE CO.                   ...... "              " -                            blERIDEN. CO•N. '                37 Leavenworth •t, Watelbu•y
i• the afternoon, at the Probate .......                                                                                                                                      FOR SALE•Cinders f•r :hiw..................
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Phone Wbry :]-5343
 Office in Southington be and the LAWN bIOWER-•----S•ar•ened and •tFOR SALE -- Home freezer, fro'                                                 Summer Street                  ways, also repaired ,vitl ama-[                    C•MERA SHOt'
same is assigned for a hearing on             repaired. Al's Service Station.,                  home or farm. Only $156.00.                                                   ere. Sand and G•ave• for fill. Also] ---•O•DI•?S CAMER• &- -                                         JEWELERS
 the allowance of said administra- Meriden-Watby Rd., Milldale. Cal•hington Furniture Co.,                                   Tel.                                             loam and fill stone. We dehver.
                                                                                                                                                                              Rocky's Trucking, light and heavy l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    RECORDS SHOP                              LEE ROBERTS
tion account with said estate and Southington 1292.                                    i 788, Southington.                                                                                                                    Make One Stop Here For                       JEWELRY STORE
 for a hearing to determine the SAGGING Springs in furnitn:e re-                                                                                                                                                             Complete ('ameba Equipment                    Diamonds -- Watches
                                                                                            •OR SALZ--•o-•er mowers, Ga•-,                -    "I•0•T • FOd•b
 heirs and distributees of •aid                                                                                                                                                                                              sod All Releases of Recu•d.•                    Silverware -- Glas•
                                               paired in your borne ,and felly!                 denaid tractors, snow plows, l •OST -- Large Beagle-Pu•y • "
 estate•                                                                                                                                                                           '•...... -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              aud Album•      I'houe 5-1875              Watch & JewehT Repail's
                                           guaranteed by Parker. Sag Pr•oof'.                                                                        ,,                     •        •inger Electric Sewing
     This Court direet• the Admln-                                                         electxie hedge trimmers, Champion             months eta, wearing narrow•                    M                                     15-17 Crand St.. Wateibury
                                           Chair $8.75; Divan $18.50.           {..all. outboard motors. MIlls Oil Heat &                                                                 acnines •oo a0 up
 istrator DBN to cite all persons in- Plainville 1276.                                                                               plaid collar. Answers to name,ed therein to appear at said                                                       Eleetric Co., Maple Avenue, Mar-[ Pepper                Belongs to small ehila.l          ..                                           CARPETS & RUGS
                                                                                                                                                •                 ,         /        •ew Vacuum Cleaners
t!me and place by publishing thL•
order• in some newspaper having a
                                                   OMNICK AND DAWDA
                                               Painting, Paper Hanging and
                                                                                           ion. Telephone Southington_•05-J3. Anyone knowing of dogs where-[
                                                                                             ............ "= .... abouts please call 1451-W or Dog
                                                                                                                                                                                              "54.25 U
                                                                                                                                                                                              •        P                  FOR SALF:                                      STERLING KENNELS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     68 Cook St.                Ptainwlle
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       MACHINE CO. •
c..f•c•lation in said distl•ict, and b}                                                    POTATOES -- We will take your I Wa•rden. _ ....                                                                            I•'•'•lCarpets5 & The
                                                           Decorating.                          6rder now for Green Mountaifl[                                                                                                                                                      Tel. 940-2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         New •d Ueea
 p•st•lng a copy thereof on the pub-             Interior Work A Specialty
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      lh•L•t•lUainviile Rug re., int'.                                                                 Sewing Machines
                                                                                           p.ototoes. Elm Tree Farm Mark6t.,              REAL I•STATE Fd]••A•-E - !             235 Hanover St.           Meridee    ! [.•"IIItO tl)l,OOMS" in Na-                      Dogs Washed -- Clipped
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               All Pets Bo•arded                        Bonght and Sold
 he s•gn-post m the Town of Soath- i607 M.•rtle St.                   Phi,he 320,',-W ' No. Main St., Tel. 1092-J, South-It B-E-R•K-L-E•--I•K ----Si•-el•-fa•i:l__•                        Phone 7197-W                      tionally Advertised brands only.                  Puppme for Sale                      Repairs dn all Make•
•bg• and by giving notice to all                      New Britain Conn.                    ington.                                I flY, 6 rooms, 5 finished, hot air• tf                                                                                                                                      West Main St.            Mer[•lk
parties in interest eithee person-          45 bIacArthur Rd. Phone 218.2                                                                                                                                                           On the College Hwy.                  BROWN KENNEL SHOP
                                                                                                                                       heat, large lot, IMMEDIATE OC-                 - ....
 ally-or by mailing to each one. pre-                  Pla'inville, Conn.                  FURNACES• •'Mueller 20" east! CUPANCY.                                           I               Custom Made               1 opp. V• right•.      Tel. i'lai,.'261 • i . "Everything for your Dog"                  Se•ing ahd Wa.•ing Machines"
paid postage a copy of this order                                                          iron or 'steel furnace $159.00. All iOLDi TURNP!KE--Two fa•vPv .5                          VENET.IAN BLINDS                                                          I IIILLS Frozen Ho]se Meat. ALPO
at lea•t five days before said dey                   VENETIAN BLINDS                                                                                                                                                  t                CLEANERS                    Cooked Meat &GOFFS Meat with -DIPIE•RO EleCtRIC REPAII•
                                                                                           sizes in stock. Devine C.ompany,            rooms each f.oor, oak f om s. sep-                         "                                                                                                                        CO:•PANY
 of blaring.                                                                               Waterbory 3-3856.                                                                                                              PLANTSVI•LE C-LEANERS • Kibbles.
                                                   You Cannot Prevent Your                                                          I sTate hot water heating units               Wood -- Steel • Aluminum                                                                                                     Washing Maeirnes Overhauled.
   • WILLIAbl J. HURLEY, Judge.                                                                                                                                                                                       i t5 West Mmn St. Plantsville                     131 North St., Bristol, 7933
                                                 From Getting Soiled or Worn, FOR SALE--aTeliers and Fowl. ] laundry in basement, 3 ear gar-                                               Free Estimates                                                                                                        Sewing Machines Convertea
                                                  But we can help you keep                                                                                                                NEW BRITAIN                  I REIAABLE DKY CLEANING                      ---
                                                                                                Lazy Lane Road, Tel. Southlng-.• age, 300 capacity chicken coop.,                                                                                                                    LUMBER                         rote Electric Portables•
                                                 them eleau.-and•w repair.                 ton •97-R.        "                    •" I:;6t 77 • .k 220: -      ---                                                                    Rug Cleaning                 TIlE B(IYCE LUMBER t t)..
                                                                                             ---:..... .- ;..... -._---:WEST QUEEN ST. --Bungalow,                                    Tel. New Britain 7738           !              TEL. SO. 1067
 •UP.ERIOR COURT, IIARTFORD THE VENETIAN BLIND                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     BUY NOW                       We buy Se•in• & Washiug
                                                                                           FOR SALE--4 Pmce walnut Bed ",[ .19 , X o , 3 rooms finished, space Rear 107 Arch St. New Britain ',
                                                                                                                                       ,      .5,                                                                                 E. SEARLES, Fcop.
.COUNTY, OCTOBER 10, 1947.                            WASHING CO.                     I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Screens--Storm Windows                            Machines.
                                                   TEL. BRISTOL 2.1092                         room Set. bluet sell. Practically, for two nmre. Ample lot, IMME-
         CHARLES F. HERB                                                                   New. Call 552 anytime, 48 West I DIATE OCCUPANCY.                                                   IGLOO •                 , "1 lie SANI-•LEEN-RUG CO.                                   Insolation                         TIRE SERYICE
                  VS.                    I I•AUTIFY year home b•,modern-
                                                                                           Center St.                             ! LOTS OF LOTS in all sections of             FRuz.EN FOOD CENTER                           "'A Complete Rug Service"                Paints--Glass--Cement--Lime           ___           __
       CHARLOTTE L. JOHNSON,                    zing •our furmture. Distin- •SR-sAL•-'•hor-Gladirons• The I tbe town. Ride out to STILLMAN i t7 Church St., Te' 5699, Meriden                                               Ru• Shampooing & Repmring               Smm0er St                  Southingtpn       Qual'ty Ttres
 L{ living, otherwise the widower, guished r•-upholstery by Pinker,                                                                                                               We Deliver in Southington                    l•actory type rug binding                             Tel. 1240                   Qual!t y Recaps        •
heirs, representatives and crediters • Plalnvi e 1276.                                          Soothington Furnitm'e Co., Cen- I HEIGHTS, observe the vi•v, and Birdseye -- Paragon -- Pratt'e                                         a•d ed:•mg........ •,                                                    Quahty Repan's
                                                                                           ter St., Tel. 788.                      I visualize YOUR. hom• among the                                                        313 Churca •t.        Tel. 2848-W I                       MAR•T
 of said Charlotte L. Johnson and                                                                                                                                                   Fairmount • Hygrade                                                                                                          Quah'.v Used Th'es
                                                                                                                                                                                    •klso Home Freezer• &                   New Quarters in New •ritam _ t •
     FREDERICK C. JOHNSON,                                                                 FOR S•.L•--Combination range, I new homes theee.                                                                            •--                                   -   •         BERLIN AVENUE                              R & W. TIRE CO.
                                                                                                                                   '       THE CUSHING COMPANY                           Packing M•.terlals                           DRY GOODS                                    MARKET
 :t, l|ving, otherwise the widow,                       HARROWING                               4 oil, 4 gas. 2-tone cream and i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 !                                                121 Laurel, Pri•tol, 5735
 h•[rs, representatives and creditors                                                                                                                 Tel. 67                                CONCI•ET•
                                                 DUMP TRUCK SERVICE                    Itan. Perfect cooker and heater.                                                                                                                                                   hi'EATS --- GROCERIES
of •id Frederick C. Johnsoll                                                                                                                        Southington                                                                                                                                                          L PHOLSTERY
                                                                                           Reasonable. Inquire Iiartson, Mar                                                             SEPTIC TANKS                                                                     BEER .- BEVERAGES
         ORDER OF NOTICE                        As•ml• and C•shed Storm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       FRITITS • VEGETABLES
                                                           Driveways                       ion Avenue, bIarion.                      .___R_E_•__L-_EgT•TE -WANTED                    GEORGE H. LAYMAN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                TII [-•-l.l:l i:l.E. SaM ERS
     It appearing in the above en-                                                                                                                                               Telephone Wallingford 2264-W                                                        265 Berlin Ave.               Tel. 763
                                                       •ill    For •le                                                               W•, can sell your business, home                                                                                                                                                  & HYATT CO.
 titled action, returnable to said                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Southingtou
                                                   Ss•d -- S•ne -- Loam
                                                                                           PIIIL¢O Refrigerator--7 e•blc        .        or lot for •sh. Call 790 Plain- P. O. Box 405                   Walhngford                                                                                               Upholstering--Slip Covern
 C•t•rt on the first Tuesday of No-                                                             with. •ro2en food compartment. •lle. The Hyatt A•ncy, •M•rs                                                                                                                       PRESCHER'S
                                                       Brlclm • Bloc•                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Cloth Awnings Custom Maue
 vember, 1947, and now pending,
claiming that the title to the real
                                                            AL JOY                          Immediate deliverT. The Southing- ] • West Main StreeL
                                                                                           ton Farnture Co., Center St., Tel. ft.
                                                                                                                                                                                 Business Directory,                                                                            I. (;. A. STORE                    Tontine Window Shades
                                                  466 Main S•, Southln•o•                                                                                                                                                                                          blulberr.• St.         Plantaville, Cone.   Arhsts-and •,rawmg Materiam
estate be settled and quieted, that                                                        788.                                                                                            AUTOMOTIVE
                                                    Phone Soutbing•n 263                                                                                                                                                                                                   Phune Southington 524              77 E. Main             Meriden, 296
the plaintiff does not know whether                                                                                                  WANTED • NEEDED! • of                       .....                           -                                                               ,WE DELIVER
the defendants are living, and that I BUILDING. bIATF.,RL•.LS--Dime• S TROLLERS :-- See the new                                          lotM If you have land for sale                SERVICE STATION                                                                                                                     MAYFAIR
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    --            M•-U•I I•NTS
the plaintiff's attorney has an-               sips .•tock and boards, rough, $85               streanflined all-metal strollers call Tbe ROSE Co., Sonthing•n                                                                                                                                                       UPtIOLS'I ERING CO.
                                                                                                                                                                                         GeneraJ Repairing
nexe•l to the c•plaint that lie does I per 1000,. dimension stock, planed,; w•th chrome handles • "W•th haskst 1366.
                                              ,                                               '       "                                                                       Factory Train.ed Lincoln •pecmlist I                                                 SOU'•TfflNGTON blONUMENTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Furnitm e Reupholsterea
not •now whetl•er the defendants, I and matched reefers $95 per 100; I to carry bundles. $12.95. The                                                                                    Now Specializing on                                                                           WORKS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        [                                                                                           Furmture Custom Buil•
or either of them is living, and if * Cornp le te line o f b u'ld'ng materiala••Southmgton Furmtu•e C
                                            .                        • •                           _"                      Center • •ANTED-- •e and two family' •                        Ford •'A "nterizlng.           }                                                    Urbin T. Kelley, Mgr.
                                                                                                                                         houses, g• s•tions, bhsiness                                                                                                                                              Leather Upholstering :t•r•
net !icing, who the widow, widower priced accordingly. Wm .H. Cosec- • St., Tel. 7-8"8.                                                                                                                                                                                         Office & Display
or heirs of said defemant are, or boom, Diamond Ave, Plalnville,'•,,• •,',•,, .=, -
•where they reside.                        Tel. 690.                    "
                                                                                                                      - " - =- -
                                                                                                                                     property, building lo•. We have
                                                                                                                                     buyers with cash. Conn. Realty Co.,
                                                                                                                                                                                      .Inc st., F;,.est i,]0, Erls. 790_ l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Opposite St. Thomas Cemetery
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Breakfas• Nooks.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Speciahzw.g in Needle Point
                                                                                       [        ft. Ex-ellent eonditlo•_:. The 159 Main St., Southing•n.                                                                                                               bleriden Ave.             'r•l. 390
                                                                                                                                                                       Tel.         SERVICE CENTER
    "IT IS ORDERED that the notlce i                   PIAN•-TUNI-•G'-              --;Southington Furuit•re (•., Tel. 1640.                                                                                                                                        --             OPTICIANS                        Francis P. Lupa, Prof',
of the institution and pendeacy of I PIANO Tuniug and repair, corn 788 Southington.                                                  -       •,• •          -j-     ---                                                                                                                                                ,Member C. of C.
the said complaint shall be given,                          .      ,          . . "[ ,-                        ......                     . .._
                      ..... Iflete service by aa acc•edlted• OR SALE:SnaIIParlar Or•n
                      if liw •,       •f
 • hede ndan• •d•n•.•nd
 nottlivin•feto t•_                        eraftsman• Clifton E. Strong Te •Al 0Ei•tri•'•i•-•vi• PAPE•e buy•gs, paper and
     .     g,                , mower, Plainville 1367                                    .         s               ,              I      me,is,t W• Ma•rials Truck-
 hews ,represen•tives and creditors                           "                            wooden platform.        2 e•ines 2                                                                                                                                                Dispenmng Opticians

 this ordee in the Southington                                 ,   "         .... ]at 4• •1ill •vcet.      •WAN7•                               -- -   •         "•r•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      D•pltcate Our Service"
 News, a newspa•ee having a eh'eu-                           New And              I • ..... ;    .........                                                                                                                                                                                 2202

•encln• on or before October 17,.                                                                                                           MI•RCH•ND! SE                                                                           VETERAN'S                              Established 1S76
1947."                                                       vf Work                                                                                                                        EDDIES                              ELECTRICAl, SERVICE                 Wallpaper -- Pam• -- Oils
        By the' Court                                                                                                                      PASTRY ON SALE                              Commercial Body Shop                         Stanley .I. Snpula                     Window Shade•
         ROBERT I• ALLYN,                             Beauticians and" Nurses                                                                                                        All Kinds ol Body .& Fender                                                   FO.R RENT--Sanding Machines           'STATE VACUUM CLEANER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Commerclol and Industrial
                                                             U•iforms                                                                                                                wox•--•portam e•Eleerrlg Weld-                                                      and Floor PoIishera                  Guaranteed Vacunm
                  Assistant Clerk
                                                                                                                                             AT •.: PRICE                            ing machine--Used Cars and                                                    51 Colony St.          Meriaen        I         Service--All Makes.
  A true copy. Attest:                                                                                                                                                               Trncks--Bought. & Sold.                      Jobbing our Specialty
  W•,I,IA M LePAGE.                                   MAGSON UNIFORM                                                                                                                                                                                 Brlp. 5Lf98 [            TUTTLE's                       Palts and Bags--24 Itr.
                                                                                                                                                                                     Clark St.   MiIIdale   Tel. 845
                                                           COMPANY                                                                                                                                                                                                 WALL PAPER & PAINT STORE              •    742 E. Main St., Waterbury
o. 1€•24 "                                        599 Main St.  New BritMn                                                                                                                                                                                             P•inting and •eca•mtih•           • _       Pb.o[•e Wbry 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Complete Line of Paint ana          ' WASHING MACttINE SERVICI£
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Quality Wallpapers.             , ....... .•
                                                                                                                                            off BeHin Avenue                                                                                                             ,                                On All Makes
                                                                                                                                                                                 Guaranteed Auto & Truck    . .    ,          217 Bellin Ave. Southingto,t         VERRIKER PAINT A•D         I        Electrmal AppJ/ance
                                                                                                                                           Southlngton, Conn.                                            Painting t                      Tel. l 023
                                                     Quality work, reasonable         i iugton 824.       "                  " I     "                                       I •kS & Trailers Repaired and I                            I'LORiSTS                  •VALI,PAPER COMPANY        I          Sales & Service
                                                     rates a•xl prompt service            FOR SALE • Household fur•ish[[
                                                                                                                                                                              Retopped--Compl•te O•erhammg •1                                                   Kemtone Paint -- TRIMZ RHADY            ACItILLI BROS.
                                                                                                                                             • New And                                                                                  •. GRIL•
                                                     guaranteed by the                                                                                                       •584 Broad, F'ville, Tel. Bfis. 9861.                                                  PASTED WALLPAPER              109• S•nool St., Bristol,
                                                                                            ings x'onsisting nf •"•ve, tamps,1                Reconditinned                                         ---=        -- +          •OWE• THAT SA•S•                    We Sell •e High•st Quality •. :   .....
                                                    A-I BUSINESS SERVICES              I. tables, chairs, etc. Good condition.•          Uniforms For Policemen                         JOHNSON'S                  ;           Designq Of Distinction         ,      Paint and Walt Paper    •           W•LP•E•
                                                                                    -- --76-Mi]I Street.
                                                                                                                                         Firemen--Bands•Orehs.               ,        Used Cars Bought & Sohi            I Milldale, Phone Southington 3S0 •         Corner Scoville St., 3-8080
                                                        106 Walnut Street            . FOR SALE -- A New Maytag                              Drum C•rp•--Etc.                                                                                                                                                   PAINTS--WALLPAPE•
                                                                                                                                                                                     New & Uses Parts Exchange
         CLEAN USED CAR?                                      Bristol                    Washer with a Gasoline Motew.                                                                                                                                                                                                  from
                                                                                                                                       •iAGSON uNIFORM                                                                                                                                                   "     THE JOHN
                                                          Yeiepitond au•.•             A, Eaehand'= Stere, 21 ......•
              We've Got Ill                                                            Bristol, Conn., Phone 7645, Bristol.                                                           1803 N. Main St., W•te•bury                        Floral De•i•s   WALTER E. tIYDE & SON
                                                                                                                                   559 Main St.   NewBritaia                                                                                                                                                         '• Fraoklin Sq.
    ('                                                                                                                                                                                          •-1•97                                 b •w• •W-•r•        Painting•Decoratmg• -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              •                                                 New Brxtain     Photo
                                                                                          FOR'SALE-- Quall•y ga• •"
  •IERE ARE SObIE OF OUR                                                                                                                                                               JIM'S AUTO P,•R•S, INC.                             Phone 901            Paperhanging
                                                          WHY WAIT?                         WhI•. Just like new. Call                          SPECIAL!                                                                                                                                                        WATt'If & CLOCK REPAIR
          VALUES                                                                                                                                                                     Wholesale & Re•l Auto-Part•                                     •  Sheet R•k•Canvas Ceilings
                                                        TRADE IN YOIH•
                                                                                          Southin•on 1381-W1.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             WM    •}• • SONS Inc.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  • F•ewcrs•Pet•c•••.•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       FIo•r Resu•a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      crag Reflmshmg                                WM
                                                                                                                                                    SALE                       Comple• blachine Shop Servh.e •
                                                   OI.D WASHING MACHINE                                                                                                                                      •                      Wedding Bouquet•          - .........' ....... '                          Watches Cleaned ...... $2.bu
•1942 Dodge 4-dr. .................... $1495                                           later. Good condition.        219   N.•                                               . 90 N. Main, BHstol, Tel 4159 •                        Funersl Demgns  •         •els. 6412, 6684
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              New Maio Sprlngs•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            •"     . . $2.00..•
 1942 Olds 4-Dr. .................... $1495                  FoR A                   •Main St., S0u•ington.                               EXCELLENT FOWl..
                                                                                                                                                                                 .                                           •uckland S•     PIan•v31e •60 • PAINTER AND D•CORATOR                             6:]1 Km• St.. Bristol, 7736
 1941 Plymouth 4-Dr.                   $1145 •
                                                                                     tFOR SAL•nge and Fuel Oil                              Live 35c pound.                                                                                                                                                         Next 2o Page•Park
 194• Chevrolet 2-Dr. ........... $ 995                I,'AMOUS MAKE                                                                                                           General & Firestone Tires                                                 -- -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     FbI•NITURE                J. LACOURCIERE ('().
                                                      WASHING MACHINE                    business, inclnding truck and                    Plucked 40c pound.                    Cash Paid for Used Car•.                                                                                                           WINDOW SHADES
 194101ds Sedanette ........... $1345                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Paints I Varnishes
                                                                                     • customers. Phone Plainville 822•                                                        Automotive Sales, Inc.                                       D -FOWLER
 194• Ford Station Wagon .... $1695                                                                                                         "<•OTZ FARM                                                                                                       Imperial & Unitized Wallpaper
                                                                                                                                                                            [172 W. Main St.       Meriden
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    & LAPLACE                                                                   BRUTAL-SHADE S•OP
 1946 Studebaker Clb. Sed.              1695       ALLOWANCE UP TO $50               •FOR SALE-- M•uton •mb Fur                                                                app. St. Joseph's Church                                                         Shades -- Venetian Blinds                     Window Shades. Venetmn Blin•
 1946 Ford Tudor .................. $1795         ON YOUR PRESENT MODEL                                                                       Queen Street•                            Phone •5                                      For Quality                    Painter's Supplies
                                                                                         C•t. Fine condition. Call South-                                                                                                                                                                                           Flags and Awning•
 1941 Plymouth 4-Dr. ............ $1195                                                                                                   Phone Southington 77                                                                 Furmture and Furnishings            Wholesale & Retail
                                                           ACT TODAY                  "mgton •2.                                                                        :1           Mitc•-•ll•s Service 3ration                                                                                             lc2 N. Main S•   Bristol
 1941 Dodge Sedan ................ $UI45                                              tf                                                                                                                                        •bop Here and Be Sure        55 Grove St.             Meriden
                                                                                                                                                    "Where All Friends Meet"                                                                                     Phone Enterprise                              WOME•S,       MEN'S
 1941 Olda. 4-Dr..................... $1395                                                                                                                                                                                   •     Meriden, Conn
                                                      THE SOUTHINGTON                                                AT STOVE IIEADQUARTERS    I; Mobil Gas---0ils---•ub•ieation
• Cony. Coupe $1345                                                                                                                             ' New Goodyear l'lre• & Tnbes                                                            FURRIER•                    I'LUMBING & HEATING                           HOFFMAN'S
1941 DeSoto Club Coupe .... $1395]                      FURNITURE CO.                                                  IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
                                                                                 GIR-L-Si The South-•rn-                                        r              on hand                                                                                                                                        A'RMY & NAVY STORE
 194L.Pontlac 4-Dr................. $•295                   Tel. 78g                                                 OIL & GAS OR GOAL & GAS "       Rocapplng & Vulcanizing                                                          'rile PACKARD                   JOHN P. GRANN'tN
                                                                                   land Telephone Company is now                                                                                                                                                                                              Ererything for the Worktnff-
 1941 Cheerier 4-Dr. Spec. $1295                                                                                       COMBINATION STOVES             M. J. PORYDZY, Prop.                                                                FUR SHOP                     -Plumbing & Heat,ng                         man--Shoe•---Boots
                                                Center St.           Sonthington accepting applications for operat-                               Ede, A'¢. & Main. Sc-dthing•on
 1940 Nash 4-Dr.....................                                                                                      ELECTRIC RANGES                                                                                    Cents Made to Order. Repairing              Delco 0:I Burners                      Furm•hings • Luggage
                                                                                 ors' positions in Meriden. Vaca-
 I Many Mme To Choose F•om
                                               WASHING MACHINE Repair Ser- tions with pay. Drop in at the'
                                                                                                                            COAL RANGES                                 ", -- is-o'                          RTS             and Remodeling. Fur Storage.              Installed & Serviced                  26 Church S*..     New Brlta•
                                                                                                                             GAS RANGES            N'ew & Used Automotive Parts                                                   Sat,s faction C•aranteed.            Jobbing A Specialty
                                                 vice. TeL Southington 394. Call Telephone Company Emp]oyment•           OIL OR COAL K•OM                                                                                    1.5 Arch St         Phone 2906             Phone Bristol 8010                                THE
                                                                                 Office at 27 Butler 8t•et, Meriden,                                 Tires--Tube.•--A ccessor ms
                                               after 5 p.m.                                                                    HEATERS                                                                                                  New Britain                 60 Rustle Terr•'e, Bristol
          DWOIIlN MOTORS                                                         betw•n 8 a.m.•and 5 p.m. and let                                 Highest Prices Prod for Wrecked.                                                                                                                                AWl' JONES CO.
                                             I MOVINL• Throughbut Connecti- Mi.• NIla•d tell you all about it. ',      • ELECTRIC HEATERS          Bm'ned--Used Curs & Trucks
                                                                                                                            SELECT YOURS            /4. Britain Rd., Kensington
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  GENI:,R •i SI'Iq'LIES              I'L trr,tBIRG-• d;'•':L,ES     -                M•N'S WEAR
                                                 cut, New England, NeW York                                                    I
                                                                                                                              TODAY AT                   New Britain 3255
                                               and New Jersey• Win. H. Cosec-'                                                                                                                                                                                      THE SILLER rLU•r•-I,q•---                32 W• Main St.      New
  . CoT. Broad & Whiting Sis.-                                                                                                                                                                                                   We Buy, •t'l] and Swap
                                               boom, Diamond : Ave., Plainville,                                                               •          DRIVE                                                                                                            SUPPI,Y •o.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ";l'[A • NFI.
                                                                                                                                                                        '            Co,replete Brake Service. Olds-
                                                 HAVI• your oil burner dedneff and dre•sas. Write, •ting experience,                                                                 mobile and GMC Sales and                             Supplies                Consult Us •or Your                          6 Rivermde Ave.
                                                   repuired before cold ,weather. to B•x l•l, e/o The Southlngton                                                                                                                     Also Junk Cars                  and Heating Probleml
                                                                                                                                   55 Center Street         Tel. 788      Ser•cc.                                                                                                                                       Special
                                                 Call Leo Lamot-•,.•h•ne PlatnvillelNews•l Eflen Ave• SoutMngton,                                                       • SOUTHINGTON GARAGE                                   Mat ion• Tel. South. 1271-J1             Phone Wbry 5-2266                          NYLON
                                                 393.                               Conn.                                                     Southingten                             Tal. 512         No. Main St.              Fo•t o• $outhington Mtn.            326 So, Main,                                       to
                                                                                                                                                                                       St. Rite Circle Names    l Moore, .recom •g secretary|                             Cheshire Faculty Wives
:@ B adley Auxiliary Heads                                                                                      Police Launch Camp. ign                                                    Mrs. Lasek As Regent ] Clara H•nnen, fl •clal s•e•ry;
                                                                                                                                                                                         •. An• •ek of Old Tu•-                Mrs, Helen Poplk, •o•rer.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              To l•e Guests At
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Wives of faculty membem e
                                                                                                                                                                                       pike Road was elected •gent of SL                                       Cheshire Academy will l•o guest
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Mrs. Mac Fogarty, chancellor;
  To Be Installed Nov. 17                                                                                          To Educate Pe2destr ans taci le o. 2o, aughtorsef                  'Isabella, at the annual meeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              !Mrs. Popik, custodian; Mrs. Viola
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                DeilaVecchia, monitor; Mrs. Lu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               at a tea at 2:30 p. m. tomorro•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               at the home of Mrs. Helen Brin
                             rain Mc(;ar, Mrs. l,ew•s P. Stauff,'                                                                                                          •              Friday night at Red Men's Hall.       cille Meade, right guide; Mrs. Mil-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               of ShuSh End Road, plantsvilb
                                                                                                                  A   s:ate-wide campaign for need for gTeater caution at cross- ', The date and plans for the installa-        dred Lasek, left guide; Mrs. Fief
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Abo•t 50 will attend. Mrs. Artho
                             bliss Beltz, Miss Keller, Miss Jose-
                             ph•e Lopatosk.•, Mrs..'tIiRon Mon-                                                greater safety precautions on the rags.                                , t•on of officers will be announced    ,ence Mongilro, banner bearer; Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               N. Sheriff, l•h•. •larie Schau¢
                                                                                                               part of pedestrians •s now under       SoathiRgton has had one pedes-:•oon.                                    . Anna Fallen, pianist; Mrs. Mary
                             gillo and Mrs. Ed• m S. Todd.                                                                                                                                                                                                     and M•. Bernard Allen, all
                                                                                                               •xay, Chief Edward F. Geary an- uum fatality ut 1947.                         The other new officers to be •'a- .
                                At the aaaual meetine it was•                                                                                                                                                                  Zajac, scribe.                  Cheshire, and Mrs. A•Knox Sta]
                             report• that lhe Auxiliary now                                                    nounced this week.                     Front and rear bumpers of Pa- stalled include Mrs. Nora Paul,              M:ss Mary Popatosky, trustee lings of Berlin Avenue, Southing
                             has f•ll prod up members and an                                                      'Ihe camp.alga, sponsored by the trol cat• will c•rry safety slogans past regent; Mrs. Margaroot Grif- ,     for three yea;s; Mrs. Katherine ton, g'ill pour.
                             additmnal 200 pledged members.                                                    State Pelice and the Connecticut.from now until the end of the fin, vice regent; Mrs.. Josephine                Evrard; trustee for .two years;
                                Recent donation• received by the                                               ('hiefs of Pohce A.-sociation, will rampaign.                           ',              ......
                                                                                                                                                      At•patrobnot•An-Sm•thln•onl the street. Pedesla'ians who as- Mrs. Elizabeth               DePaulo,    trustee

                             from the •tdms' Auxihary of the                                                       What Chmf Geary calls "friend- •fll be on the watch for pedes- •me•t•na•ff because one lighV_L•for•on•d•hn_P,•,,, F•thor
                                                                                                                                                                                      red all traffic is at a standstill Fran:ls J. Mihalek, assistant pas- North .Main Street who recent'
                             former Milldale Commun ty A•so-                                                   1.v We-hinge" are belng distributed el[an, who find the surprise tech- will also receive curt messages tot of St. Thomas' Church, chaF- under, eat an operation at th
                             eiat•oe; $54 from Haenah                                                          to pedesttmn-xxho violate the jay- nlque of crossing the street an                                                                           New Britain C, eneral ,Hospital.
                                                                                                                                                                                      from the law.                      lain•
                             ruff Chapter, DAR; $25 from the                                                   walking •nle• m Southington. ,,utd•or sport-- the system in-
                             Imdw•' Aid Society of the Plant*-                                                 "l'ht.•e warnings take the form of xohmg a qu•ck dasl• from be-
                             x lie C-ngregat•onal Church;                                                       ptmtetl card• emphasizing the tx•een two parked ear.• and aera.•s
                             from the Women's A<soeiati,m       James Francis Bailey celebrated
                             the Fn'•t C•m•gational Church.      his first birthday Monday. Ho is
                             and $I0 from St. Ann's Guild        the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clar-
                             St. Thomas' Church.                 ente E. Bailey of Mulberry                        "BRISTOL DAYS" SPECIAL
                                •is committee         Street, Plantsvllie.
                             reeewed total contribution• of
                                                                                                                           ONE 8 x 10 FRENCH-GREY
                                                               ho,qnt:d •(i-ti• the excepli' n •*f a
                             2•.90 during the past year        few weeks during the rt•'ent sem-
                             xarmu• local or•rani•tmng. The mcr when c•nstructton ,,f the •ew                         VIGNETTE PORTRAIT
                                                               wing was tinder way and th re
                             txas $1,3S6 f•m the Women's Aux-
                                                            eomm•ttee was headed b•       Mrs.
                              Mrs. Dudac reported that the
                                                            Earle B. 1.ettis, Mrs. •:d•ard
                             Monda• afternoon zmup of the Burkhardt and Mm. Bradley H.                                    Choice of Four Different Proofs
                             Auxihary has met weekly at the
                                                            Barnes.                                                         No Appointment Necessary
                                                               At the request of Mrs. B. Juha                                Good For Every Member In
                                                            DeMayo, ho•al nurses' saper-
                                                            intendent, the •-rk •as resum.d
                                                            in July. The •roup averaged fro.l
                                                            three to ni•e x•orkers x•e,k•'.
                                                                     worke• for this group and tlm.e

                                                                        Articles madn by the-e worker-
                                                                     xxore as follows: four dozen baby
           JEWELRY                   •                               band•, 16 surgical to•els, three
                                                                     dozen glove cases, -10 autoclaxe
              from                                                   c,,,.o•, 30 cr!b sheets. 12 pairs of
          RESNICK'S                                      •           large obstetrical le•gings. I.'2 •pair.
                                                                     of small obstetrical leggings, and
   • COSTUME JEWELRY                                                 12" binders for mothers.
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                Pr" dBySp k H
             "We'll probably have to wait for some first class funer-
     als before we $et'tle India's problems/' d•lared Dr. Eddy
     Asirvatham of Boston University at the First Con•ega-
     toinal Ch.urch Monday night.
       Dr. Asirvatham, a native of
   Madras, India, and an ]nterpreter lwhich operates in opposition to
   of India's political, social, relic]the pEociples of non-violenee pro-
  g'ious and economic problems, [ claimed by Mahatma Gandhi, lead-
  spoke to the Congregatmn_a.• Club I er of Iodia's Hindus.
•hTis•ianity and the •resent I             "Iudia is today a natron• suf-
   Situations •n India.' "             •]ferlng from lack of national
      Clad in a jet black coat, xvh•te i unity," the speaker declared. "The of 1948.
   muslin t."ousel• and a red and t Bmtish moved into India hundreds           "I doabt that India will take h ms believe in principles of gom-.velved and stir up tremendous     Mrs. Louise E•an of Coral
  gold turban, •e speaker attrib-•of years ago and brought order advantage of chat option," Dr. lmunal life,                the Hindus •ve a riot, then loot all the shops when.     -                                                            -                                                        COMPLETE -- HA•CUT
  .ted many of India's present• out o• chaos •,wn there by a Me-' Asu•'atham said.                            caste system,                      m, one m looking,               •?•)•_• .
                      '                                                                                          "The caste system has had
  p•blems to "propaganda i•ng gul leader of several ceotulies                 In cxplnnation, Dr. Asi,watham.     . .........                      "So far, over $00,000 .p•le. ••$••                                                                                                                            AND          HAIR      STY•
  forth from the headquarters o,[ago"                                      .as-cited-that relations betw•n ,prO'ably nlOl'e tO"O w,• •ne •a` have been killed i, thls small: •"•
                                             g.                                                               •.        •     .             .
  leader of the Moslem League,             De. Aslrvathan: reminded the Indm and Bmtain chan•d over-• :oub•s.m .•n•m than a•hj• area."

                                                                                          •elf-govermng.    "Now," he said,•X• organized ,on the ladder prin-"               Glndhl And Jinn•                                                            .... - . . . •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $                            SHOP
                                                                                         '                                     c•ple, ,Pith very distinct divisions.• The speaker had praL•e for the                                                     ._   ."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              --" -•o•                                          Phone Southin•on 60
                                                                                            "the p•ple of India find •at A man on one rung of the ladder,actions of Mahatma Gandhi in

                                                                                           they n•d the •htieal and •dmm-, kinks the
                                                           .                                                                                face of the man bel• * helping (o prevent many •ssible
                                                                                           ,strative unity which England him and licks the boots of 2he riots.                He said    that through                                     ••-                 ••                                      OPEN FRIDAY EVENING TIt 9 O'CLOCK
                                                                                           gave t@ her In hec rule, and which
                                      '                                                    •he •troyed when she made In- one a•ve.                                   •Gandhi's influence, -rioting had                                    "   '       " •%    ;•   •d.
                                                                                           dm independent 'and di•ded th•        "But the c•e system is on its• been s•pped m Calcutta.
                                                                                           land •nto two ps•ts.               .way out.       R•ently a law •s•        "Gandhi •'rived in CMcutta
                                                                                                                               passed outla•ng disorimlna•on, from New Delhi and settled d@wn
                                                                                              "Two pm'He• n•w b•tfle in Zn- •in•L          the   ela•e•   formerly, • • unfiZ bo•h p•de• •oL to-

                           Lunch Bar                                                                                                                          "
                                                                                           •m," •he •po•ker •id. "The flz'• •no•n •s '•e un•ueh•b•e•.' • ' g•ker end • •n end • Lhe •H-

                                                                                         .......•,•n•'e• wm•n, md b• f•eLo'rs h•ve eont•i•ute• •o •i•a• u•re•men• w•s re•ehed. •e is•
                                                                                         G •andh has struggled long for in                                   •
                                                                                                    " " "                  ",chan• in H•ndu atti•de •now working in New Delh• and
                29 Center Street                                Southington              dependencd     The National Con-' the uotouchab]•. The first is m•- •wdl soon go •o Pakistan to wield
                                                                                         •re•s has fought for three things ern transpo•tion, •he second the 'hi• influence the•.
                                                                                         •a free India a uni• India and .............. •                        "Over four million -• le
                                                                                              ,,•'a•-y•.l•dl,an gosex'n•ent. • third, the •todern factory s•em •been made homeless by the riot-                                                                                         •              "
                      ,•                  G RAN D                                                     nel la, ge part::s the .,vhk'lt t•gs the people into ing," Dr. Asi•atham said.
                                                                                                                    s ]Atqrg•n" close contact w;th one another."         "Meu like Gandhi mean ho•

                                                                                         ' "       '         "   ." ..   'tun ly[    Dr. Asi•atham s•ke mt •at 't° the p•ple of Indm," he said,
                                                                                           •t has only one million membem, len•h on the f•u• racer •on-;"and we all ho• •at •e de-'
                              0 P • ] • •                                                 °ut °f a p°ssible 93 milti°n M°s*:t'•butingt° s°cial change m In-• m•racy •ll be attained in India•
                          •                                                               Ictus ]n India.                   '    • dia• M' Ghandi.           ] befo*e very long. However, p•-I                                                                                                           • 0 V
                                                                                              "A man named Jinnah, a poli-[          "GhandL is a modest little man ? ple I ke Jinnah, the Moslem •-'
                                                                                                               '    -          -•of 98 po• the speaker •id,•er, will probably have to die
                              SATURDAY.                                                       HAL•WE'EN                            "who clothes himself in 10 ¢•.ts fore we can
                                                                                                                                                                    •                                                                                                  -
                                                                                                                                                                    •    "Ch•stian pro•ess is •iz
                                                                                                                                   worth of cotton cloth, •se• dis- made •n Indm, the speaker a•'
                  OCTOBER 24;                                      i947                           SUPPLI•                                t•.•d.lives    in a two-r•m mud                        sorted. "         "
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Today the• are about                                                              __•t                               •"
                                                                                                                                         hut •n whmh there is not a •ir,                      leight million Christians in the•                                                          t•
                                                                                                                                         not fi table. Hc has a small •                       'land, and with the help of merci                                                     _    .•€€ tO
                                                                                                                                         plaff•m in the middle of on•                          .missi•a•es,   Christian   docto• •                                          • .• • •r • •€$• •'•'
                                                                                                                                         room and uses tha• for •iting                          and nurses, we shall •ave many
                      COME IN FOR .A MEAL,                                                                      '                        pur•ses,                                               more s•n.           •   .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           •/ • •  •Ol ,.•"

                                                                                                  #     4                                      •at h "N•a-Vialea•e'*•     •. 'However, we must make ad-
                      A     SNACK                  OR      JUST        A                                                                     "•f you callM G•andi a C•s-]justments" We keep the core I                                                                •*'" •                     • 9'
                                                                                            "•                                           tian, he would be l•l•&             •of Christianity but mak% cer•in                    [                                          •
                      CUP             OF       COFFEE.                                                                                       $s.t, if you •ld him •at his •revmmns of the • n"p he • of
                                                                                                                                                                                   "                                             ••
                                                                                                                                         life is in the sp*rit of the f•nde•t Christina •achmgs and semc•
                                                                                                                                                                                 "" '     .   •           "                       I
                                                                                                                                         of the ,Christian •i]•on, he would ,• as l• adjust them • the cul .
                                                                                                                                                                                                ,,                                                                                                                              Day o•ce.
                                                           •¢                                                                            consider it the high• compl•ent ture of the Indian.                                     •                                                                                                     -
                  •   QUALITY FOODS                                                                                                      •a•,.,,                            • .With •e statement "A gle•ous                                                     -                                                                    --
                                                                                                                                            Dr. Asi•atham d•ried the •p-• o•po•umty n• ems• m India-  •     •                                                OPEN DAILY 8 TO 5                             SUNDAYS & EVES. BY APPOINTMENT

                                                                                                  •                                      marked t•the ehof• of wo•ds :•tham dosed hm talk before 46                                                                                     URBIN T. K•EY, M•.'

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                      OPEN                • "H                 A                                                                         of•.n• ba• •n faith,' •th in                                                            •                                                      - :
                                          ,•   _                - -.            _   _         - Lanterns•                       , • •    Go•nd o•'s fellow " "                                      "                                                                                             .
         • __                                                                                                                            one's iron will-- the •ill • be
                                                                                              • D•ons                                                                                                           •ss Than
                                                                                                                                         ""•b'•'•"•"                                                             9 Weeks
                                                                   •                          - Novelties*                                , t•: to•n•mentary                                                  Til Chris•as                                                      -
                                                                                                                                        • on the rioting in "India.
                                          •                                                                                                  He as•ed             that the       rlot•n•                                                                           "                                       •_.,                     __,.   ••

                                                                                                                                         •kes place in an •ea •p•nt-

             29 Cent
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                                                                                                      4s Center St:
                                                                                                       "The trouble i•" •. Asi,•-
                                                                                                                                         me 0.• Indi•po. •.., • •
                                                                                                                                         area of
                                                                                                    •ham        "t•t when India w•
                                                                       " -- •                 ton                          anff•du-
                                                                                                  •stan a line was drawn d•p into                                                                                                                                                                                            FamOus Warner-Logan,
     •                        •                                                         .......... •onga•t•ito•
                                                                                                  •                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Corse• that will d0 won-
                                                                                                  • warlike Sikhs llve: T,hat line •t                                                                                                                                                                                       der•or you.
                                                                                                  ,,their *e.i• in •o, giving t•
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                  Winterize Your.C r By Phone !                                                                                         . fi•t•SnoLhet°*•eaPgLher'o,,eople'he •,•h•to gnd'•
                                                                                                                                        ' for that, and that is why the
                                                                                                                                                                                                              • •,
                                                                                                            "                           ' l'iot.• began,
                                                                                                                t   •                         "Added to that explosi• situ-
                                                                                                                                         ation is the fact that India. Hke

                                                                                                                                         of •n•m. These uns :•:mlou$
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                                      •   you • winterize it thoroughly •                                               :                                                                                                                                              •                                                .
                                          then deliver it to you ready for

                                          cold weather dnvxng.                                   • "                                                                ,                                       w•.p-a•o..d •id¢-hook                                                             ,
                                                                                                                                               •is Handy Hou•hold                                                     corsets.
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                                                      •                             "                                            •                • eve• em#me•yl                                                                                                                                                    EXCLUSIVE         AT    ,,
i •wis Faces Sacr:ed He• •'"
                                                                    • faked pass. 5Iertden was less Sclmedler received on the 27tend               their'" first' two downs and were i•hriden 0. Fortier •tlas :f,Ol•d ,e
                            )            Albrycht                                                      |
                                                    maKifil•" qtl•O than a f•t short "of first dox..•v•, •an the ktek back to the 20.         "I
                                tackle.                     . •                                                                                    thrown buck nine yards.      With of bounds on an attemp•eil l'nn'
                        ,         Lewis look over on downs. Dick •vhen t fumbled, and Johnson le- i          Then .Lewis tightened up its de-      third " 1 •wn and 19 to go Bill:    ¢?6ntinued hn •Page 3, Set. 3)
                                Huhen$ and Fortie" gained •ve •overed on the opponents 35               , fe l•e. Eddie l•[iehanez• •dc a •        Dz ed•.ic t•ok caleful aim on a

Jn 2nd Home Gem e Saturd •y

 . einfor, ed, B,ristol Be s:                                                     Seven Bristol pa• m•rcoptions Ranno of the home team •ab•d
                                                                                •feetively hal•ed evm'y Gem at- a ,(hm pass on h'is 40 and n•ly
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Wednesday for New York
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               left where •txc • vacationing' as •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               City galost of rt,hthvl,q.

                                     Before                 3 000               teml,t to •ns'.ain a mayeh, and broke away for a score before FOR                          CHICOPEE (Continued From Page 2, See. 2)
                                                                                                                   (,a•ll e•t stopped him •n the los-                                              round tight end fol the extra
  •          By BOB CONRAD
                                                                                t•rk]• to the Bees' 40-yard line e•' 20.                                                                          point.,                                           RED CIRCLE
                                          llive offensive, particularly on the after completing a pass to Ed          A foa. tb qu:u'ter scrap delayed'        Undaunted a•ul unbowed by             'l'¢•ta (wh• .... haole OU•,t to
       .% ntbmgtml's    football  Gems gyound. Dristot ball carriers piled, Knsek fro' 16 •-art.• In the thiTd .t., ,..'ame bNefly. Joe Girolmo, ht II •-f) defeat at tile band. of ha'¢e L^en The Toe lnqtead of The                                 COFFEE
    mtchcd a leinforced Bristol Bees: tip II0 yard• by•l"shing in that quarter, Coach Fen,ann's teanl,u-othcr new re'an ill the Bristol the Ill' -t.l Ben *'rult•rs," the Head) kukcd to the goal hoe.
      am ia .•tatistws Sunday, bat lost I fil.'•t "stanza, while ,their second reached n• deepest penet"at'/on!Vneup, objected to the manner in                                                   Ba•ka brought the ball back to
 •ln, n -vcond game of the season ha'f total was a puny 24.                   'into tnemy territory during 2.elwbich Vin Clements escorted •atm
 bY a 9 to         score before nearly'        The Gems set up the Beeq score                                     ,out of bounds and a bit beyond Snndl.:.. game at .he. Soat•ing- ,)3lorichn • :ed a lm'• that Waltel                           THE /t-;R;FTY
 •Am0 f•            the victors' Muzzy                                                                                 the Gem 15 ya,'d line on a play t.n Rec,eatmn Pazk gridiron.               Km p b .ke op neatly. Tilt, Red                                                           CI,R
                                          i•, tile first quar;.e" when Hank        Tbe •l•e did provide a few
•"wld                                                                                                              the'. lost I I yard,• for the Hive.        "l be t'htcopee, Ma•., ('ardmala t,vd Blhe kwked a long" one that
                                          M:Collcnl was s.n.,othered oil h4s h•;• aft excitement for" Gem fol-•
  • That the Bees wcr• aware of own 34 after tr•ing 1o get off a•lox•t,•.. Goi•to kick formation                                                                                                  ,,•e el" * - Ida3el- dn•nc• el, tile
    be Gems' •tvaqgth, aqd wanted': fourth down p•nt. Th• • .n fourth dox•n in the •econd, lcmcql•hin before both men} the •,                                                                                                              TRY SOME TODAY:
     • win this •ne was evident as over at tbat point and marched (luar•cr, the Gent- sent MeC•llom
soon as their •tartiag lineup was t to the one-yard line before being back to his own 10-yard lice. •
•nnounced, 0nly five players who[ penalized to the nix for baekfmld the ball was •nappod, tlead Lines-
 L.ed the New Haven •os two]                                                                                       G•MS                           B•E• I •la--Itt }•tl•l t.• In the •mnl-pro
                                          in ,notion.                           man M•ke Audinno blew. his born,
•'vck• before ,ve"e in at the start•                                                                               D'Aagelo            h,         Galati
                                               ('het  3[Olgan,  newly-aequtred and Idayt s of b,th team•,went
a,gam..i tile Gem• and the Bees i halfback, whose experience was                                                   Smolln•ki           1.      Santo•o,       Gv, ne Se•]toko of American
                                                                                rote •!oW motion waiting fm Welch
 •m/lagement did not deny that, gained with Oklahoma A &                                                                               I,z     Brennan [nttqnat:onal (',allege, Springfwld, tin, game Tbo Fonts rambled
                                                                                -omctbing to happen. Hank hesi- Heizht
8v•ural e•tabbshed •tat's had been, there elf right end re" the toueh- ta:ed a InOlut.nt, then •campel'ed Lal'ibee                    e          English •l;,--., 12 the coach ,,f the mvad- Ihir,t dox•a. The wll,•tle appar-
    •gnt*l ,-'acing the week b.efore: down ou the next play, then added for the left sideline and got to S. Knapp                     I'Z       McBride tl-. lie folmeliy ".tailed xxith the t,ntl• }low befmc Mertdvn let+ox-
     unda.x', game.                     •another point with'his place-kick                                                            rt         Dew)re Wallin•fozd Waleo ekven and < ed but it Wa- ruIvd the home
                                                                                hi. 34-yard .tripe before twing V. Clements
  • P•e-contest dope bad hehl that conxel-i,m.                              '                                                         •e ('. McLaughlin wa- a member of the B•ooklyn tealn'• ball.
¢.ath Joe Fontan.'..-q'uad xxouhl'             The clinthin• •wo points for                                                           qb       Zaehman ],,•d•t r- aed Chicago Bocket• pro-           dobn-,,n hl¢)kv HI) a •lvl'idell
I•t. la lop form as the lesult of a tile ho•t eleven came with six rain- piece cf bloken fwhl running in Ku.•ek                        Ill      Mitchell
    0-day layoff, bnt the local team's ett> a'f playing" time remaining ill the htst qua].er when he carried                          rh J. McLaughlin •ta-oa with the Rockets and was
                                                                                                                                      fb      Considh,e an oat•.anding star in the first taught tbt, b•'• the end zone.

     dnbltlon during the filst half the la-t quarter. Tile Gents took aroand Ill- •,•ht end, cut to his                                                                                                                                                                          CELLO    5c
•, that tbc period had tile ball on •heil one-yard line•h.ft and ploxxed ahead for 21                           ;•UbStltutioll--- Gtm•    Welcl,                                          Thelb -core we. tied,
                                                                                                                                                          •nh a back lnjmy.                                                                                                        PKG
t•,tu-ed them to lose •ome-•f tqleir after flghtin• off a I-live sect-lag I ya d• to hi.- .39-yard lille. Hank ('arlbclt, T. Knalb Aldi,, Gody.
                                                                                                                   Kata, Kaaute, Aba• Toth, Mills,            .Xlaaazer Mitchell Pmydzy of
t•-ual .-hmpnc•s and spirit.            •bid, anti, afttr one play into the' followed ,•tth a pas• to Lefty
      The •anle team that yielded a line on which H.ank MeCollom + Cl.'meat-. that wa. just shoyt of               Klemskh Tomsc•k,        L. ClemenL% tie Gem. •tattd tim. the kickoff of the So•thmgton fau• by kivk-
l•n•t qualtcr totlehdown anti a lot, ba'ey returned the ball to the                                                Sxdorek, DeMatte•s, Cavanaugh,
qf el. dagc 0lot shoahl )lave been ffool ]me/ Hank leas caught by the ,•o•" t'arlbert made that t•.fth a           h)bt.+ctnpt. Been: Baronoff,           de. •he e,,v Meaehet• have been
loser, foe Lhe Bee• •oared back In':c•t --•de of. the Bristol f(•"wat'd l: unge at right tackle.                   and, Morgan, Ranno, Morea, Jack- in-:ailed ,,• tl,t, Recteatmn Park,              Merlden ki•ktd. Farrier
 ,h.e •etLIld half anti stymied the wall before he could fight his                                                 et,n, Urban, Valve, Carroll, King, v, kh a -,'sling rapacity of more t ed on the 25 and ran back the
                                                                                   Iike other Gem bids, the drive
                                                                                                                   Holmes, Holden, Lynch, Aneher.        tla• 70b, ,t ,• expelled that the kick t,) the 35. I.ewl• l)a--e• xx'e•
                                                                                                                      Officials: Hart, refe"ee; Mayo, .r.tvnf.,,,, e , f local fans will •'each flyin..t oboe* aimlessly a• the fma•
                                                                                                                   umpire; Audiano. head linesmwa. •: n,,x• hmi. f,,t dw 1'347 season.           .,,con ] ticked off.

                                                                                                                                                             "rb•, (.cms' l'neup i- expected to      Alerith a took the ball on downm
                                                                                                                                                         },t' ,,t It, l! .trtpgtlx for this •me, ,lad c, mpleted lw,, play• before

                                                                                                                                                     .t'mt   +.- ,,, ,,l•'vzou, games, he    LEWIS            --                MERIDEN
                                                                                                              CLASS                BIE•S +'Itl""i'a'lyh:t•3lat°                 hi'players   Klltonlc               le             I•a.,y         L/•M8
                                                                                                                                                      oa offon+e and •efem+e.                R. Smith               It           Perruccl
                                                                                                                                                         None .f tbe' players of-      Johnson               IL_
                                                                                                                 Early ••n W•kowitz Trophy f, red any excuses fro" their loss            Stan•h                e                 3lille•
                                                                                                              ratin• ,ze]ea•ed t]•is week, h•ve at Mu•z• F•eld Sunda•, several
                                                                                                              Shelton H•h School in first place of 'ht,m -tatiag that "those boy•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                FOWL         •': TO • LB•        LB '
                                                                                                              h•,lhss B witil a .56o rating. Tll|... •(']c a ,eal colh'etton of ball play-   J. Albrycht           re                Hiveh
                                                                                                              l• Sbelton's first year in Class B. , "'. " •, me •'xprcssed the I,eUef,       Car)                  qb                Szydl.                                      BEEF-BONE IN
    25-27 COLONY ST.                @   28-30 RAIL ROAD AVE.
                                                                                           MERIDEN             •et'ond spot in tbe rating with .550 tb,. Bet- ,,a the •ho,• eml of   the W. Alb•'eht               rh                  Shea
                                                                                                               and Plainville tligb is third ,vith •c-t,.. 'lhtre wa• conMderable     re- H•ny                     fh                Nessmg       ••                    A&P SLICED       NO 2'

    Beautif• y     Home •ith Curtains and Drapes. A Cur•in
                                --   "
                                                                                                               .SU0. Woodrow Wil•on of Middl•,-,,at,a,.,•t aknt nst the Bees'
                                                                                                               •,•,•..bass.420 rhting with Me, i-I", •ati.,, ,,f '.pemb•t." far
                                                                                                                    •gh listed at .•70.             gnm,.
                                                                                                                                                                                     the MERIDEN                        0 0 0 ,,_.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        0   0    o     7--7       PRESERVES
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  i•li•               YELLOW CLING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ANN PAGE

    f• v• window. A price for every p•rs•      e •e proud                                                         •n    Saunder•, s•t•stici• for                         _           .         Touchd-wn•               Fortier,     Curry.

    to state
             that we have the largest vamety m
                                                                                       the city.
                                                                                                               tb+ Waskowitz Trophy committee, ga,ne• •qule losing ,me. Wilbv and
                                                                                                               sanl that the listed ratings are not Plamville ate both undefeated m
                                                                                                                                                                                             h,r. •t, bstitatio•+-- I+wi•: Tecta.
                                                                                                                                                                                             Michanczyk. Schabel, l)zmdzic. Ed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   •• .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2      '+ 29       e

                                                                                                               based on the percentage oi flames fern •hme• ea,'•. Woodto• Wil•or.           Knapp. W. Knap, Malt, Zajav.
                                                                                                               won and lost but on Lhe eompeti- has tl,zre wins, one tie and one
                                                                                                                                                                                             Meriden: Iwaniek,, Weather•. Go•-
                                                                                                               tlOU encountered by the teams°       floss w• LC M•riden Ila• ,v• n tw.
                                                                                                                                                                                             tyla. O'Connor. Hb•t, Wy-ockL
                                                                                                                  Shelton, the leader, has won five' lo•t one and trod oue.
                                                                                                                                                                                             Fagan, Filbek. Bailey, ZygmonL
                                                36 in. and 50 in. Pinch Pleat Cretonne                                                                                                       Adz)me.
                                                HOMESPUN           RAFTEX--FLORAL
                                                                                                                                                                                         *   Ua'.n Itebekab ].odg• •lll
                                                •RAYON•SATIN DAMASK Lined                                                                                                                Isor an ABC Bazaar from 2

                                                and Unlined

                                                                 DRAPERIES        2%    yds.                                           N,OTICE!                                            p. m. q]lursde•, November
                                                                                                                                                                                           Odd Fel•ox• Hall, Plant•ille.
                                                                                                                                                                                             R,,hort   (ha]lllP •,   St,,   af

                                                   2:9s Pair to $] 9.98 Pair                                                             g of wa•r mains in                                                 ..........
                                                                                                                               various sections of the town

                 RUFFLED CURTAINS                                                                                              The     flushing   will   continue   Saturday

                                                                                                                               alternoon and night, Sunday afternoon                                          now easier than ever!
               Plain and Cushion Dot 'Marquisette,
                                                                                                                               and night and the following nights anti'b,
                                                                                                                                                                                                       ..    r•OUSECLEANING drudgqry flew out tbe window with the advent of
               Permanent     Finish Organdy, Flocked                                                                           the work is completed.                                                        || the Electric V•cuum Cleaner. Year after year this great contributor to
               and-Plain R-aport-Merquis%tte Gurtains                                                                                                                                                        ea.sier home-keeping has been improved, nor ohly through the deveJ.opment
               in all lengths.                                                                                                                                                                               of new manufacturing machinery but also w•t|., the ;uggestlons of the users
                                                                                                                               Consumers .especially those on the high-
                                                                                                                                                                                                             themselves- the honsewives. Today women can buy complete houseclean-
                                                                                                                               er points in the system, are advised to                                       hag equipment to dc• e.v_er• •xce.L•al•€kind oLdeaaing r•quired.
               $].98Pair to $,]•98 Pair                                                                                        draw water for use during these periods.                                         Housewlves can choose be-,'•'een two prittci'pal t•pes -- the reliable motor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                             driven brush floor model or tbe comparatively new tank type with attach-
                                                                                                                                                                                                             ments available for each. Tbere are small hand cleaners, too, similar to the
                                                                                                                                                                                                             floor models but small enough t• be easy to handle on stalrs-and upholstered
                                                                                                                             "rilE SOUTHIt N                                                                 furniture. There are combination group offers similar to the one shown
                                                                                                                                                                                                             below which features the Royal motor-driven floor and hanst models and
                                                                                                                    WATER DEPARTMENT                                                                          the tank'tTpe cleaner with attachments"

                                                        COTTAGE SETS
                                               P;cinted   Scrim•Dotted        Swiss•Or-

                                               gandy and Marquisette in Midget and
                                               Regular sizes.
                                                                                                                                         Is Pleased To
                                                          98c to ST.9S                                                                   Annqunce That

                                                                                                                         MR.       ADAM T.               RACZKOWSKI,

                                                                                                                             who has conducted his own insur-                                                      R*•al Combination Offer No. l --Motor-drlven flo•r m•d 'and motor•rlv•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   hand model together •ith attachments $8995. a saving of $H.90. •er
               TAILORED CURTAINS                                                                                             a•e   bus•ess in Southin•on for                                                       No. 2--Royal Tank-T•pe Cleaner complete w,,h attachments only $69.95.

              Plain Sabel Finish and Dotted Mar-                                                                             •0 ye•s, is•ssoeiated with us as
              quisette--Plain and Flocked Rayon•                                                                             of •e current date. Mr. Racz-                                                  S• your El•tric Appliance Dealer now for your hew El•ric
              Lace•Nylon      Marquisette Ninon and                                                                          kowski's old accounts will be                                                  Vacuum CiPher. Don't go through another fall and wi
              Nylon l•inon in all lengths.                                                                               '                        .                                                                      with 6ut-of-date equipment.
                                                                                                                             se•i•d •om our office.
                       $1.98 to $9.+9

                                                                                                                                     Southington, Conn.                                                                               A BttMness-zManage.d, Tax-Paylng Company
                                                                                                                                                   Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hagen of
            PLANTSVILLE                                                   were 'tende'•ed a h•usewarming
                                                                        I party recently at their nev• h°me
                                                                        •on Old Turnpike Roa•t. 2hey re-
                                                                                                                                                 Summit Street will leave this week
                                                                                                                                                 for Clearwater, Fla., •vhere they
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        of Bellewew Avenue have returned
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        form their motor trap •aeation to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   [ Wolcott, member of the nursing ,•'inal "plans for the dinner dance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     s,,aff at the Bradley Memorial Hos-Wednesday, October 29, will be

                                                                                                                                                                                      IN-RAM VICTORY
   ''Mr. and Mrs. WUham Herb of ,sent an entertainment for •e vet-,ceived ninny •f• •rom lhe r                                                 ',•fll spend the winter months.                                                                          Canada.               ,                      pitai, entertained her asso•ates atdlscussed at 7:30 p. m. Monday.•t
 South Main Street and Mr und crans at Rocky H•lt Hospital on,friends nnd relatives who atlcmDd                                                                                                                                                           John O'Connor ot •;enter Street            a dinner at her home last week.the monthly meet ng of Engine
 •. Balph Attester of Mtfiherry Sumtay. The local group will pro-,the cvcnU                                                                      Mrs.    Madehne Pete•son and Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        has returned from the Bradley                After the dinner a card party wasCompany 1 at the Center Street
 •t spent the •eeEend m • fl- •,sent lhe Sflvertone qua•et of Mer-                                                                             Mav•      Ohver of Bmstol •ere the       Jack Ztlly, former staa" end at                                 •emorial H•spital where he under-            enjoyed ,with Mrs. Edward TuttleFirehouse. The dance will be held
 •t•on, Vt., as the •utsts of Mes. Men, dwected by Flea, round l•a-.        Mrs. Manue DeB•sbop ef •es•                                        receut    guests of 3hss Betty John- :Nota'e Dame, saw plenty o•' action
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        •vent treatment for several days            lof Carter Lane winning the highin the Rose Room.
 •e•s brother-m-law and s•ter. Flour of South Main Street, and. Mare St•ee1 •s a pattern a• the                                                son of    lhlt•nle Axenue
                                                                                                                                                                                    . Sunday in Los Angeles, Cal., when
 •r. and Mm. •o • as Cochram         Miss (;race O•way of Malberry McCully Home on Prospect                                                       /Mrs Katherine Stadel entertmn- :,the Rams scored a 27-7 victory
     Mrs, J. G. Osborne of Da•bu'y Street, •ho will stag several            Dr. and Mrs. Adolph I're...cher
                                                                                                                                                 e•, members of her bridge club lover the powerful Chicago Cardi-
  Was the wee•eod •uest of Mr. and lectmns.                               and daughter of Chu-.':, S:rc•
                                                                                                                                                 Tt esda• t ght at her home at Mor- *n•s eleven in a regularly sched-
  M•. Anthony A. Boyce of Hdls•de
  Xvenue.    .
                                       M•s• Ellen Westerberg of Clevv- spent the x•vekcnd a.•
                                     •and, Tenn., former local resident, Mr. aml Mrs Harohl l,atson of
•Elizabetb L. L• •-nt, •t• •t of -M•s•Frm•ce• •
                                                                                                                                                 r• Pn] k

                                                                                                                                                    .Xh and .Xh,.* Keuneth Butler
                                                                                                                                                     --                     .._
                                                                                                                                                                                    'sled National Professional Foot-
                                                                                                                                                                                    '.bah League game. A new attend-
                                                                                                                                                                                    • nn,m. record •Jk,• whe• 69,631
  er •th other umts of the Daugh- :[e• of Ehn StreeL
  ters of Union \etera•s, x•d! p:e-•   Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson
                                                                                                                                                 and (;tot :v Bu•lm, ah of Sumnut • fans •ammed the Los A•es Col-
                                                                                                                                                 S:rect. attended the Yalc-Wiscon- >cure for the contest.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  --          THE OPE FTHE
                                                                                                Sm>tna, Fit                                      s•n gsme Satu d:t•    at the Yale      The Los Angeles Times of Mon-
                                                       WO•TI?MO"--N7YTI                           Mr. and Mrs. l.:lme•                          .ILmL N"• lla•cn.                   •day, Oc•ber 20, had the follow-

        If you saw a dollar on the ground, or even a qua.rter.
                                                                                                bundax gues1• of Mr. Bmne•' p
                                                                                                                                    xh., I.:hzal*eth Threaten of Sun--•mg to say •bout Jack's •rform-

                                                                                                cut% Mr. and Mrs l)an,t Barncs of m thmutul, Fin                       ',ta • of • day were the fresh-
                                                                                                                                                                         men of the •m• Ends Zilly and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  E. W. SCHULTZ WELDING CO.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       443 SUMMER ST.                                                        PLANTSVILLE
        you'd stop and pick *t up, wouldn't you. Well. stop                                                                         Mr. au, M,'. Jame, h,hnston of Iluhhell, Tackle Huffman, Bae•
        right now and chp out this coupon . . . it's worth
        money to you. Thj next time you shod in New Brit-
                                                                                                                                  A•b. nx. X. • and Herbert Co:bm,Hootner anti ltorvath."                                                                                    MONDAY, OCTOBER 27
                                                                                                                                  .f Wfim n•tmh De: . x•erc recent'        Although he is playing his first
        ain stop in at Mead's and by presenting this coupon,
        save on these famaus brand stockings. They are in
                                                                                                  .MI-- E:-.e lie sch .f Snm,lu: mw•t- ,,f Mr an.l Mrs. To re.'. S yem of ptofe•ional football, Zilly                                                                           • A. S. M. E. WELDER
                                                                                                                                                                                   ha.- ah'eady played a big part in
        leading shades In'eluding nurses' whites and mourn-                                     Fall.-.                                             M• and 3It• I'o,re• S Crane h•, team's succe.• to date. The                                                                 a PORTABLE WELDING-MACHINE
        ing blacks. You can buy as many as you wish.
                                                                                                                                                                                   x*.'tqry Sunday brought the Rams
                                                                                                                                                                                   m:o a three-way tic for first place                                                          • WE CAN WELD:
                                                                                                                                                                                   m •he western dtvismn of the Na-
                         --         NYLONS•                                                                                                                                        truant Pro League with three wins                                                                        White Metal                                     ' Everdur
                                                                                                                                                                                   aml out defeut each for the.Rams,
                                                        Were         With Coupon
             45 GAUGE                                   $l.25            $1.00
                                                                                                   Mrs. Helen      •ne       o•    Preset,          M• ,mi 31r< E G B,,x.'o of S n
                                                                                                                                                                                   t'bicago Cardinals had Green I                                                                           Stainless Steel                             Cast Iron
             51 GAUGE                                    1.59             1.25
             15 DENIER
                                                                                                H,,me ,m V•,'•: t',',+tet htrt'v'               .XI+ a d 31I-   E,ncst" B,Dee         Zdly learned his football fuada-j                                                                     Copper                                     ' Monel
                                                                                                                                                                                   mental• at Lexvis High .u.nder the,
                                                                                                                                                                                   t•tcla•e of Coath Joe Fontanu. I                                                                         Bronze--Brass                          And Others

             Reg. 89c                                         with ¢onpo• •c                • a the Method -t ('hm.I o• 'he xt'at,•t •.                                               Ku•ek May Play Tonight •                                                             WE WELD RAILS --TRAILER HITCHES
                                                                                            I Re, [I •ard .Jone* "Tae    [• .k-    l•e •':tgda• C•t,,, teodered a                         Despite Broken Nose•
                 Make IVlcad'• Your Hosmry tteadquarters                                    j haxv  tb,,e   child:on, :-h r'o•. ', •tb..a; Fart.• ! r Mr-. lhta Beehe                     E,idte         Kusek•          former           Lewis                                             TANKR -- MACHINERY
                         •                                                                  I ,,,v ,•                                           i',,unt,m :-t:eet.                    ubu halfback on the Nexv Brrtain•                                                    ,WE HAVE HAD 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE
                                                                                                 ] tit€ X[•-. J,tIll',tt' F "A t" ,,rtvt-           Xh. ,tud Mrs. k• .ter :lmle's,m   S• t• Teachers College eleven,

                                                                     ....                       i"r:da•   hi •el   11o111e. •tle •v-•m • •e veddhlz o; In tee •nie against •n•Iair, •                                                                              -             .. I_N__TME_WELDINGBUSINESS. _
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  SEE US FOR YOUR NEXT JOB.
  '    510 Main St.       Nex: To bt Ma'v% Church                      New Bt.tatn              the dauuhter ,ff M'. an I .•ir.           lI    "•:x• ,. " *   •. Wa:ker formerI:     l'.'vted to I•e ready for play •-
                                                                                                                                                                                      P, t atam gridmen face Arnold Col-:                                                                          ......................

                                                                                                                                                                                      Britain.              ,                     ,

                                                                                    10% TO 50% OF• ON EVERY
                                                                                            PIECE OF ,FURNITURE                                                                       end as the guests of rehtti•e• in                                                                                •

                                                                                             BARGAINS GALORE•                                                                         Metalen Hospital to Mr. and Mrs.                                             CHESHIRE                                      •
                                                                                                                                                                                      F:(l•ard (;ogg:n of SS Homesdal,•
                                                                                                                                                                                      Axenue. Mrs. Go.gin i=. the fern: --                                 WAVERLY INN                                                 DANCE                               RESTAURANT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Italian & American Food
                                                                                                                                                                                      3h€. Ehzaheth Tax" or, dau,trhter,o-                                                                               EVERY SATLIRI•AY
       • SEE MORE FURNITURE                                                                                                                                                           5:r •nd Mrs. Ernest Ta.vlor of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               NIGHT TO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Itahau & Atom man Foods
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                FINE FOODS                                                                                       BEER '
                                                                                                                                                                                      Ntm Hanmer Avenue, Met;den.                                                                                          RAY ANDERSON
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Lazy L£ne--College Highway
       • SEE MORE STYLES                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       FINE l.lQi'OltS                            AND ORCHESTRA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Tel. Southlngten 279
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ® DANCING                                   Fine Food. Wine & Liquor

      .•%SAVE MORE MONEY                                                                                                                                                                    For The Bride                                                Plan Your Next Date. Banquet                       We Cater To Partl•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            or Party at the Waved)                             Of All Kinds
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Tel. Cheshire •4 I                                                                        "RESTAURANT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Take Cheshire Bu,•                                  HI HAT'                                 Special Daily
         It's New B.ltaln s Biggest Furniture                                                                                                                                                                                                             At Milldale To Our Door                                                                     Lnnches and Dinners
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            and Bottled Beers
      . Sale! It's Tinw's Biggest Most Sen-                                                                                                                                                                                                                    "- MILLDALE                                                                       124 Center St.     Southingten

      •atlonal    Sale       in    19      Years.            Rock-                                                                                                                                                                                              KOZY NOOK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Mer•den-Waterbury road•

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Fine Food--Beer                                                                        Special Daily Lnnches and
       t•tg • new                         furniture" stylcs•                                                                                                                                                                                                Dancin• Every Sa*•rday                                                                      Dinners•Home •%uking -
                                                                                                                                                                                        LOVELY_BRIDAL GOWNS
                                                                                                                                                                                          BRIDESMAIDs GO•VNS                                                                                                         EDMOND'S                             Fall Liqror License
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     181 Main St.      Southington
          every     one       of   our           six   big   sales                                                                                                                      FULL AND HALF LENGTH
                                                                                                                                                                                            EVENING SLIPS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          GOLDEN GOURD INN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Watby-Miildalc rd.       Milldale
      •floors. Come in toda] and watch your                                                                                                                                                   HOOP SKIRTS,                                                                                             Now herring Full Course
                                                                                                                                                                                             Crinoline Skirts                                                  • DANCING"                                Turkey Dinners Daily                         PHIL'S RESTAURANT
      do|lot stretch to the limit at Tinty•s.-                                                                                                                                             CLOSED MONDAYS                                                     FuB Line of Liquor•                                         $L00                         Good Foo•--Fine I,iquor•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Drop in Tonight
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           CHOICE LIQUOR--WINE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            So. Center Street
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   TRIESTE                                  • BEER--4?OCKTAILS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Private Parties Served                              Southington
          Complete Bed Outfit                                                                                                                                                               1St Main St. • Room 31
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Clark St., Tel. 286, Millda[e                                  TEL. 428
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Fine Food,•--Bevera•e•                      E •.ST S r.           I'LAINVILI,E
          Bed, SpTing, Matt•ss                                                                                                                                                                  Phone 4700 -- Bristol                                     Dancing Fri. & Sat. Ew,s                                                                        THE POPULAR-
                                                                                                                                                                                             vsntnl• Appob•tmeot• Arrange@                                                                                                                                 RESTAU RANT
        Tinty's •reat specml -av•ng .,,•. •
                                                                                                                                                                                            •                                                            Catering" to Parfies•:Ban,quets
        to you! Save a cool .•20 on                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     LUNCHES & DINNERS
        -this deal. Just the o• t                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     P,FJ•R--WJ• lv.•LIQ U OR S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ....... ---T-he-Rosebud Restaurant
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              j    Thomas Lantina, Prop.                             70 ('enter St.        Tel. 197
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         •top in on your next trap tobler-        APPIZZA to Go -- Nightly                                     Southingten
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         idbn, A4so pa"eked-t<r-ta,•. hen_•-.    . Also Ra•ola & flpaghetti
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    .                           Choice Liquors--Private Partita
       3 GREAT ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS . HURRY                                                                                  LIMITED                                                                                                                      For 16 Years We Ha•e Served                      TeL 401
                                                                                                                    ==                              QUANTITIES                                                               Z•3•                             LAPIZZA E, er) Day[               New Britain Ave.      P]ainviUe                              THE QUICK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     64 So. Center St., Southington
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Opp. PEXTO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Open Dai!y 5:45 A.M. to 2 A.M.
         Sensational offer-- made                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Sundays 8 A.M. to 7 P.M.
         possible by the eol,ptqu-
         tion of oue of the toim-                                                                                                                                                                  t•'                           •X•                    PLANTSVILI,E - " I                                 FULL COURSE DINNERS
                                                                               •                                         •           yon maw tm            area. •g
                                                                                   c nc y comfm t                                          -   ..               '                                                                                       • ]                                                  LIQUOR•WINES
                      tm                x• •th                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            SAT.
         hnndmade                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Old Timers Restaurant .
         brighten up yore          iw:ng                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             18 So. C•enter St.   Southington
                                                                        no• and SAX•.                                •             • gain'                                                                                                                   •u Hdmes•,andlmd                I I"                    TONY VENTRELLI                      "Mike" Michanczyk, Prop.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             I [        We Cater to Wedding Pa•ies                     Lunehea•Dancing Ded., Fri..
          SAVE ON BEDROOM SUITES•                                                                         MAT •SSES! BEDS! BEDDING!                                                                                      .                                    DancingEver, Nigh,           . I I           CellegeHighway--•tween                     •,    Sat.. Sun. Evenings.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     aB•gger and l.•etter Than Ever"
                                                                                     -• "            •                       -•         .....                                                            honeslme°f•to-goodne•DOWNYFLAKEnoumhm-mD°nu•
                                                                                                                                                                                      arc°n' rlchbetwee•ln                                                -'•1• • •ust           L nlque      J.   I           •1. I)I At•VIL[,•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                .........             455

       1$th Century Mahogany Bedioom                                 •             NOW               Wood or •etal B•ds                Reg '$16 95 tO $$9.95            $    .95                                                                                   Night •'u•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  PLAINVILLF                        -- "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Plan Ynur Parties
      ,'Modern Waterfall            Bedroom              Suitc       $219   $189                     Rollaway Folding Bed                 Reg. $24.95                   $1 9.95                                                                                  ('IIOICE FOOI)S                                                                          At The

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     uou t,, n
      •.4 large piece• ...........                                                                   With Matlress--Sale priced                 ..........                                 HAVING     A ;NFin :E                                               Fnll Course l)inner•                                  THE CANTE•,

                   Maple Bedroom Set                                 $119      $99                   Hollywood *Bed,              Maple      Headboard                                     Having A Halloween                                                       J,nncheons
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Chamberlain H%• ay.
            [or spare room               ...........                                                 Box Spring att• Maltre'.s.           Reg. $1!19--\m•
                                                                                                                                                                                             Order '•our Donfats
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             THE MO-NO-POLE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Full Line of IJquora
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Dancing Sat. Eves. to Orch.
      .•dar llned wardrobe--6 Ins piere•                                                             Reg. $59•}5. I"am') cover. A gond hu)                      .....
                                                                                                                                                                                                 From Us.
                                                                                                                                                                                              -We Wifi Also                                                          Tel. 1379
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           TEL. N'SW BRITAIN 8750                          LODGe:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Roate 6A
                                                                                                                                                                                             Make Your Coffee.                                            College Ilighway     IqnlnvHle
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Senthington-Meriden Tows l,ine
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      SOt•TB INGTON
                                                                                                                                                                                               O•EN 8 A.M. le • P.M.                                                                                                                                           Featuring
                                                                                                                                                                                                FR|DAYS to 9 P.M.                                                                                                                                     "Chicken In The Racket"

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           •     .    SNUG HARBOR

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Tel. 503          ffou•hlngton
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ,                                         ,
                                                                                                                                                                                         Donut •nd Pastry                                                   & ICE CREAM SHOP                                                                         MARK JOSEPH'S ORCH.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 l,uneheons -- Full Course           • Eve,ry Fri., & Sat. Nites
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Shop                                         "From A Sandwich To A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Dinners--Sea Foods
                                                                                                                                                                                            127 West Main St.                         Tel. 994
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          East Main St. Tel. 792 Plainville                    H. E. Taylor, Owner, Operato•              CallF°r MerldenReservati°ns4fi23 , ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                          PI, AINVILLE
                                                                                                                                                                                Dropside Crib            Sturdy Hi-Chair
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Sa•tngs for Baby,
  Wc've filled the book . . . •-c-I-I, •t'• only a booklct                                                   Walnut Cedar                                                                                         $8.95        -•-
  facts that mean somctlnng toil fiunlly man.                                                                    $44.95
     Fact• about the low prcm•gm rate of Savings Bank
  Life insurance. ••e high cash value of a
  Sa•mgs Bank pohc•. Fact, about the early loan valu•
  --you can borrow •fyou ha•c to after only one yearn                           Rent A
  prc,n,um ha, bccn pa,d.
    And facts about the [.•SE x• tth x• htch yOU can
  yourself no• of the opportumty to Save, Invcq, and
  Protect through S,•mgs Bank Ld• In•unmcc--all at
                                                                                  any tnake
    Why noi x•r•Ic Ibr the booklet noxx     It'• free, No                            or                                                                                  I)eloxe "Glen•ood" Oil and      We have "Florence"    ....
                                                                                                                                                                          Gas Rang•Complete at
  cost--no obhgatmn. And m) ouc x• fll call.
                                                                                   ADDING                                                             NOW YOU PAY ONLY
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Cabiaet Oil Heaters
                                                                                                                                                                                                             A• Low As

DE•S•S GUARANTEED IN FULL BY T•E SA•INGS                                  I       MACHINE                                                                  $198                  $329.95                      $29.95           '
    D•PO•IT •UARANTY FUND OF •ONN•CTI•T. •€.                          ,
                                                                                 TYIXEWRITERS                                                            For KROEHLER Living •
                                                                                  complete line.                                                           Room Suite Value
                                                                                 Immediate Delivery

."L', ......•        .•                      ,               "" ."•
                                                                                  WE REPAIR
                                                                               ADDING MACHINES                                                                                        Special
                                                                                 OF ALL MAKES
                                                                               We do muneographing
                                                                                  Office Suppllcs,
                                                                                   N,,ar ]'o,t Offic'6
                                                                                                         Faro,    "Slreit" Chair
                                                                                                                                       373 MAIN ST.                                     $4?
                                                                                T"YPEWRITER                       $59
                                                                                 EXCHANGE                                          ,   PHONE 9-2044                                     5 Pc. Chrome Dinette
                                                                                  NEW BRITAIN               USE MORANS C•NVENIENT B'U,DG.ET                                          Poreehdn extensio      top   tablo
                                                                              96 W. Idain St. Tel. 612      PLANS AND LONG TERM PAYMENTS.                                            mntehin•
                                                                                                                                                                                     Strong chrome
                                                                                                              AS LITTLE AS A $1.25 WEEKLY I
                                  OF EARI,IER DAYS                                                          shirts anti undei'ivear, fs hit•'•'.¢%:
                                                                                                                                           " •*'• '•velyn 3ohhso'n are e•.•hatimaen
                                                                                                            ed m obtaining factory space in of the committee in ehcrgO'ol at-,
                                                                                                            the old H. D. Snfi,th Company iran•'ente]tts"
                                                                                                                                                                                       wtll again serve as tmvn counsel,
                                                                                                                                                                                       a post he has hehl £o• several
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Nanclel is preeldent of S'ock 1       •,•tlham ,•ly, spn of Mr. G•d' .Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            and Busk'•n, first year •ramatlc , F. C. •':y, cf BI sto ,Street, b x•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            •roup.                           ':'eturnod from •t. Raphoel's ,H, s-
     ONE YEAR AGO                                                                                           factory Building in Plantsvtlle,                                                                                  •                                p't S, Non ' laves, where he und,"-
                                                                                                            no•v partially occupied ,by the t        At H•eh' meeting Friday the Se-       The M sses Mar;on and Nan-
                                 mittee.                                                                                                                                                                                     "l'Pe annual meetmg of the share-    sen t a maw op•r•t•,•
                                     Milton E. Chef fee, who         b•,•s]eg s•tuation would be forth-     LtWl• anti Scott Company. Soanel le2tmc° renamed Frede•'ick M.             "ciel McGar, daughters of Mr.
                                                                                                                                                                                        and Mrs. Benjamin McGar• of                                                   INSTALL I N.qU LATIOH
                                  servvd as a GI in Italy, was ap-   t.Orllln•" wttbin 10 dayq.             211 re :Ill girls will be employed, Ell,-.     Frank J. Gahette,   Peter
                                                                                                            if the-concern locates herg.           Hutt,,n, Charles A. Brooks, Har-     •Marion, students at Northfleld                                                  SAVE up to 10%
                                  pointed this week as chairman          .l.scpb IL Thalhe•, chief ail"
                                                                                                               Sc•l•eant Leslie C Brooks has old ',,•xlt,s and Klemens Marl-ow-         Seminary, East Northfield,                                                         on coal anti oil.
                                  of the Living Memorial Cam-        r:dd wardeo, •aid last night that
                                                                                                            be,n nmued chairman •f theLar- -k] to <Pl've az members of •e                                                                                            RACKLIFFE OIL CO
                                  paign which will be conducted      State Defea*e Council regalations,                                                                                 Mass}, h•v¢been accorded cam-
                                                                                                            rangement• committee for £he •€ •Oal •l of Fire Commissioners.              pus recognition. Marion heads                                              Phone 9-1691        New Britain
                                  ,n May. Goal for the drive will   'effective October 26, would re-
                                                                                                           ,tbu'd annual Poheo Ball to be' Prt?ate Judge Thomas F. Welch               the sonar..dramatic society and                                                  11.1 Pranltlin Square
                                  be $,•5,000.                       quire audible signals to alert and
                                    Plao• are draftt•d for a  mt bihze t•ivfiiau Defense services. held Thanksgiving Eve •tt S*.
                                                                           The Victory Volunteers. a Thanes' Commumty Hall, Main
                                                                       boys' club. will be formed here Street.                                                   GENERAL INSURANCE                                                            WANTED
                                                                       soon as part of a national group       The th'rd ele the Fro-
                                                                       whose d• II--Ire-to--ald-•a•r•rnl• rdet•o[•-•-•ql,Ie•t1I                                                           O    LIABILITY                               YOITR WATCH TO• ___
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                WE ALSO REPAI•
                                                                       nation's war effort. The indue-     meet •ueaday. October                           • AUTO                         @    ALL FORMS                                      CLOCKS AND•WELRY
                                                                       lion oath will be administe•d       Red Men% Hall here. Carl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ENGRAVING A SPECTALTY
                                                                       to the membe• by F.rst Select-      Verderame of Water St•et was
                                                                                                                                                      JOSEPH A. DEPAOLO                                         Jr.
                                 t.|l mdu-tlial plan:-
                                                                       man J. Robert Lacey when of
                                                                       ganization ceremonies are held.
                                                                         Franci'• A. Pallottl, candidate
                                                                                                           recently named chairman of the
                                                                                                           third district.
                                                                                                             The "1"1;!•2•, ('lub will sponsor a
                                                                                                                                                      •       ' INSURANCE •-- REAL ESTATE                                                           HALE                    With          It!
                                                                     for attorney gt.neral, and Fred R. pu• dance at the YM,CA                            Residence   1164-R                         Office    378                            Next To Plantsville Pharmacy
                                                                    ,Zellcr, camtidate for comptrolleR', G)mua•iun• ou Friday, October                OXLEY BUII.DING                          SOUTHINGTON                       WEST MAIN STRI•ET               TEL. 612    PLANTSVILLE
                                      FIVE YEARS AGO                 wiU be the gue-t •peakers here 2P. 3[i•s Ruth Donnelly and
                                          Octo•r 23, 1942             Sunday at a GOP rally at the
                                     •outblngton i- going to get Re-,Son- of Italy Hall
                                                                     •ha•berlin, J•.• chairman
                                 ties on a housmg project-- and Cim•berlin, Jr., chairman of the
                                                                                                Cyrus C.                                                                                             i                                   "
                                                                     (;OP Towu ( ommittee, is •n
                                                                     chark, e of arrangements for the
                                                                     rall•'. 3k ethau 200 will att• nd.
                                                                     rally. Mc ethau              attend.

                                                                         b rank Astrologes of Plantsvdle
                                                                     bm• been named a member, of the
                                                                                                                                                        ARE YOU
                                                                     •rmntation Committe ao• the
                                                                      Studeat Council at Rider College,
                                                                     •en•n, N. J. He is a member of
                                                                     the S•ophomore cl•s •nd is a              •M •' •
                                                                     Lewi• High gradoate.
                                                                           Xhe s•vage •r•ve he• Sun-
                                                                       day netted more than 200 tons                            •  -
       GIVE THEM                                                       of scrap •metaL rags and rub-

                                                                          TEN YEARS AGO
                                                                               October 22, 1937
            From                                                         "'A new iodustry may be
                                                                      ,-sled in Soutbing•ou wtthin a         HEMINGWAY &.LEWIS
.'    BOUCHARD'S                     •                                ftxv'weeks if present negotiatmns      INSURANCE & REALTY

                                              cHRI                    are suCcessful," First Selectman
                                                                      Jam•" Simone .•aid today.     The      31 Main St.
                                                                      coneern• w h i c h IIl•,Dufneturo•              Tel. 33

        A Small Deposit Will Hold Your Purchase                               .TOPS FOR HEATING YOUR CAR

       CIGARETTE CASES AND LIGHTERS                                           STEWART. WARNER
              BOUCHARD'S'                                                                      • GASOLINE                                                              VALUES?
                                                                                    AUTO HEATERS
     5•*N•. MAIN ST.

                            Tel. 1404      SOUTHINGTON
                                                                                                                                                                           -IF so
                                                                                        $29.75                                                                              TRY
                                                                          AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE INST.•LLATION -
                                                                               BY FACTORY-TRAINED EXPERT.

                               HORACE'S                                  BASSETT AUTO SUPPLY                                                                               Shopping In Southington
                                                                              No. Main St.           Tel. 143-M             Southington
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                HOW YOU SAVE
                              Popu.lar Restaurant                                                                                                            --and you won't need faithful
                                                                                                                                                             Rover to help you bag the biggest                                       1--Overhead costs in Southington are natur-
                                                                                                                                                             values in merchandise and ser-                                             ally not as high as are found in larger com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        munities. Rents, one of the large overhead
                                                                                                                                                             vices that are available anywhere                                          costs•e not as high. Thus Southington
          =•er•ySatur=day•Night                                                                                                                                                                                                         bps i nTe•:,•.ir-ms
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        arrd merchandise•/or•prices
             In The Rose Room                                                                                                                                                                                                           lower, than elsewhere.

                         To the Music of
                                                                                                                                                            visit the Soutldngton-•"
         "Mickey" Fiorillo's Orchestra                                                                                                                       p.h0ne the Southington business                                         2--It costs money to travel. No one can argue
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        that point. Consequently it is less costly to

     "Featuring Sue Fiorillo, piano; John Spose, sax;                                                                                                        firms.                                                                     buy right here •n Southmgton an delemm-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ate th• travel cost.
     Nick Massaro, drums; and D. Mangefiero, trumpet

          Center Street--Southington                                                                                                                               These are times when the or-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3--Time is as valuable to the housewife as to
       Watch For Opening Date of Sunday Dancing                                                                                                              dinary family's income is                                                  the breadwinner of the family. You can
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        save much time by patronizing SHushing-
                                                                                                                                                            •tretched-tq•/fie•fim•t.. EV•ttle                                           ton business •irms.

                                                                                                                                                             savin.g helps--and jone w,ay to
                                                                                                                                                             save ]s to do your buying right                                             Southington. Ycu save much effort . . . and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         xvhen you make things eagier for'yoursel[
            TO ORDER                                                                                                                                         here in town.                                                               you certainly make a savings.

        Eddy Awning                      kl|gh Grade Watch and
                                                                                                                                                                                                   GET THE HABIT
       Decorating Co.                        Jewelry Repa|dug
                                           FIND DIAMONDS
                                         LONGINE WATCHES

          Tel. 9-0279                      LALLY'S, Inc.
                                                                                                                                                                       ..Shop lii Southingt
                              MUSIC                                                                                                                              AD :LM'S BENZOLENE                                  W. q'. GRAN CO.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                •r                          POPULAR RE.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      •'F •URANT
                                                                                        ENJOY MORE LEISURE                                                     AI.'S SERVICE STATION                                                                        PRESCllER'S IG k STORI•
                                                                                                                                                                                                               GRIMALDI SllOl•, S•ORE
               EVERYTHING MUSICAL                                                   •            THIS FALL                                                       BERLIN AVE. MKT.                        GI'ERTIN'S APPI,I.'tNCE & SUPP1.Y                          RAPHAEL'S
        ]•STRL•-AENT• -- PIANOS -- RECORD•                                                                                                                                                                                 CO.
                                                                                                                                                               BASSETT AUTO S•TPI,Y                                                                   R •.YMONDETTA'S GROCERY STORE
                                                                               Hundreds of local wom•n are finding out every                                                                                  (;L'TERCiI'S MEN'q SHOP
                                                                                                                                                              BINK'S 5c TO $1.00 STORE                                                                    ROCCO'S SERVICE ST¢'I'IDN
                  Music & Radio Shop                                           day that they can enjoy Mondays as much as
                                                                                                                                                              BOSCO'S PACK AGE STORE                             P. HUTTON & SON•
        STATE ST.     TEL. 2804 MERIDE•/                                       every other day by letting us take over their
                                                                                                                                                                                                                K •Y FMRNI'I'UR• ('O.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      • SOUTHINGTON FURNITURE CO.

                                                                               laundry duties. You, too, can ge• in on th• ground                          BR•NELL'I RADIO & APPIAANCE                                                                   SOUTHINGTON PRINTING CO.
                                                                               floor l Plan added pleasures this •all and winter--                          BUSHNELL SERVICE CENTER                      •               LEVY'S                          SAL & PoN•S VARIETY STORE
                                                                               send us all your household linens and" personal
                                                                                                                                                                   CANDY SHOPPE                                •LOUIES PKG. STORE                          SOUTHINGTON S•t NITARY
                                                                               wearables for thorough, expert, prompt-servige.                                                                                                                                    LAUNDRY
                                                                                                                                                             CORNER SERVICE STATION                             MICKEY'S PKG. STORE
               AND QUALITY JEWELRY SEE                                         All will come back to y•u bright, fresh 'n clean.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     MORELLrS MK•                           STANLEY PRINTING CO.
                  --RESNICK'$--                                                Call u9 soon ... we're happy to serve new custo-                             CI•ISPINO SERVIC• STATION
                           JEWELERS                                            mers.                                                                                                                                  MUSIC NOOK,                             NICHOLAS TAMBURRI
                                                                                                                                                              ALEXANDER DEPASTINO
          Old Gold Bought at H•hest PoMiblo Prlc•s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      CARL NARDI                             TUREK'S PKG. STORE
                        TEL. 119•        •EW BRIT•                                                                                                                    VAL DEPAOLO
                                                                                        SOUTHINGTON                                                              FEDERATED STORES                               NEAL'S HARDWARE                              THERIALT'S       OIL   CO.

                                                                                                                                                                                                         NEW ENGLAND EQUIPMENT CD.                         ,S. P. WALLACE. JEWELER
                                                                                                                                                            •'ORMEISTER'S PKG. STORE

                  TECHNICAL BOOK S
                                                                              SANITARY LAUNDRY,                                                           FLKESTONE HOME & AUTO SL'PPLY                      PETERS' MOTOR SALES, INC.                           •WINSTON SHOES

                                                                                                                                                                                                              PLANTSVILLE PHARMACY                            YOUNG FOLKS' RIIOP

                                         STATION El•q
                                              Hartfqi-d, C0nn,            High St.                 Tel. 140            ;     Southington                  IgTH   IN    A   SERIES      OF     ADVERTISEMENTS              SPONSORED BY soUTHINGTO•I'BUSINESS FIRMS
  Auxiliary Fashion Show
         Set For Wednesday Mrs. Annie .Bunn Dies
   A fall fashion sbo•',,        After Long Illness
                                                                                                                                   At Raphael's
  by the Past President's C!uh o              Mrs. Annie Bunn, ;•, of 54 We•
  the Amer'ean Legion Auxiliary,          Center Street, wido•', of Chr'stian
  W;II be presented at S p. m. Wed-       ,Bunn, died Momlay at the McCu y
  n•sday at the Le•ion Ha[he, Main         :?on•alescent Hospital, Prospect
  Stret. Mrs. J.. Frederick B•tson,
  St., announced that lieke• for [he
                                          Street    Plantar:lie, following a
                                        ' lent, illneas. •be was born io
                                                                                                                                    Your St re
                                          S:oCand, resided he•e 50 years                                                                                   Soft •uede coat with club collar
  e•el•t uta• by obtained •roul any
  of the members o• the Pa•t •.e•'-
  dents Club.
                                          and •as a member of tbe First
                                          Bapt[si Chinch.
                                                                                                                                      for Better           end full swing back.      Black,
                                                                                                                                                           wTne, green and gray.
    •he sbow will £eature la•                M1'8. Ihum is survived by t•lo
  shions from tbe •v,p
  •I•. Mary Flym anJ
                                          -one, Ed•ard aml ,lames Buna,
                                          I .h of this town.
                                                                                                                                       Fashions                                                Sizes
                                                                                                                                                                                             I0 te 20
  •othe• from the Kiddie Ko•p,               T• f•'al •s held • 2 l• lm
  both located on North Mum Street.       Wednesday at the Gould Funeral
  Refreshmentq w'll be strxed after       Homo, 180 North M•n Street Th•

      •The models ',viii be G•:%• the l,'irst Baptist Chu•h, conduct-
 .Gem.y, Shirley Welch,               I;•           "'
  'Maigmqe, Anna Ben,on,                  n•
• Beast, Ma"y Ann Brennan, R•te
   Welch, Rite Muszynski, Shirley 3 LO•AL PTA
   Ta•Tant, Genevieve Bohan, Mrs.'                 AT COUNTY MEETING
   Mae Wa]sh, Mrs. Mac Hartford.          Three delegates f•m the Sonth-
  ' Ruth Elliott and M•. tlelen in•ton PTA Council attended a
   Brink.    The ebihh'en's fashions t'ouaty PTA meeting in
   will be modeled by Pamela Dudae,
                                     i .•esterda.y. Mrs. Earl Atwate•, Mrs
   Miriam Elliott and Irene-Steffen. Frank Whltlock and M•s. Alan At-
                                       •ater attended the all-da) se•-sio.l.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Furred Coats
      Mrs. Anna Kc•nell• of Sprinw-
  •eld, Mass., i• the zoo t of Mr.
  and M•. James O'D•nn,J] of
  •ri•tol Street.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            are very important
                                       today and •ill continue ontil All
     .Improvement is noted in the Souls Day at St. Thomas' Church.                                                                                                                                              this season
   condition of•John Badgley, son of During the novena special praye s
   Me. and M"s. Henry Bado•ley Of,wil I .be recited daily after the 7:30
   High Street, a patient at the a. m. mass.
  ,Bradley Memorial Hospital.,                    •                                                                                                                                                      Coats +hat are engagingly fr|mme•l
                                                                                                                                                                                                         in your favorite furs•_ in some |n-
                                                                                                                                                                                                        s-•-nces even a charming hood.
                                                                                                                                                            !                                           See this lovely new collection
                                                                                                                                                                                                        tomorrow. There's a wide won-

                                                                                                                                   Featuring                                                                                RAPHAEL'•.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          -YOUI• COAT-
                                                                                                                                      the New                                                                                 STORE

                                                                                                                                      Look of


            CHOOSE QUALITY
           FOR HER                  -
                                                                                                                                                           You'll Want
                                                                                                                                                          One of These
                In aC•dlamond, quality is more im-
                •6rt           " .    •k--f•--c.olor-s,
                look for lustre and "tire", look for
                                                                                                                 Charming after-flve dresses
                faeeting that enables the stone to
                flash with maximum beatity.

                                                                                                                 •   •   ,   exquisite       forrnnls,
                          Let us help you in
                            yonr selection.

                  All purchases made [ram us can
                                                                                                                 handled in taffetns, crepes

                                                                                                                 and     satins.      In     beloved
                  be budgeted on our special pay-
                  ment plan.
                                                                                                                 black or rich autumnehades.              Our handsome new casuals in

                     It costs r•o more to add'the                                                                                                          50-yard line for everyone to
                     prestige of the Porter &                                                                    See     this   new        series   of
                      Dyson name to yourpur-
                                                                                                                                                           see.., to the office ... on the
                      chase.                                                                                                                             • campus ... for about 'town...
                                                                                                                 ':nger end lovelier gowns.
                                                                                                                                                           coats you want . . . coats we
                                                                                                                                                           have now. In plaids and checks.

       Porter                            Dyson_                                                  -" \\
               ;I•W•hERS &-SILA'•/•SMH•HS
                                                                                 SECOND                  •
           54 .Main St.       'P•I. •825.      Nnw B•ttain

                                                                                                                                                                       BRITAIN. CONN.                     RAPHAEL'S         DND          l'

                                                                                :NOT CONNECTED WITH ANY OTI-L•           WIT.H .1•. .•IILAR 'NAME        NOT CONNECTED WITH ANY O,'L'•.•, ,R S•ORE WITH A
                                                                                     TWI•" l•rl/'•q•||l•.•o Police Receive'Check . I Forty .Hours Devotion
                                                                                           DRUIil£,I•3 For Courteous Serv,ce t         Beg,ns At Masa Sunday
                                                                                                                                The Southington Police Depart-! The annual Forty Hours Dove-                               An Open Letter
                                                                                     GET JAIL TERMS                          meat was lauded and rewarded', tmna' at St. Thomas' Church will
                                                                                                                             tbm week for "courteous and con- begin at the 11 a.m. mass Sun-
                                                                                                                             siderate service" rendered to a day, the Rev. Father William H.
                                                                                         Ed•nrd and .h,hn Smith, twin New lfaven couple revolved in an
                                                                                                                                                               Kennedy, pastor, announced. Ser-
                                                                                     laothe•s -f Ma,n Street, P•an:s- sutonmbile accident here two vices will be held each mornin•
                                                                                     •lle. •xere sentenced to 30 days                                          and evening unttl the Devotions'
                                                                                     m jail th s week bh Judge J. Lain-, 3•r. and Mrs. I,eroy Meyers of
                                                                                                                                                               end at the 7:30 a.m. mass Tues-
                                                                                     I,ett l)egn.a after pleadulu guilty •est Haven enclosed a check for
                                                                                     1o O•:n'•t,¢ of intoxication and tht. Pohce Pens.on Fund with u
                                                                                                                                                                  Fathea' Kennedy wdl be assisted
                                                                                     b•ea,.h .of the peace.                  hirer expressing their gratttud• during the devotions by his assis-
                                                                                         Pohcc reported that the Smi•, for services "aboxe and beyond the
                                                                                                                                                               tants, the Rev. Father Francis J.
                                                                                     hr ,thews x•cre arreste• folloxvia• a call of dut)." Officers Henry Non--
                                                                                                                                                               Mihalek and the Rev. Father John
                                                                                     brazil on l.•wrt} Street last Sat- mgchcr and Walter Ht•hak
                                                                                                                                                               T• O•ommv, and by pmest•wm -
                                                                                         "l'homu• I)c• .he, 33, of 254 Morn-
                                                                                                                             at the scene of the accident nearby towns and cities.
                                                                                                                             a hwh occurred on North Maia          All men of the pmnsh will re-
                                                                                     m•s•de l)r•e. Bristol paid an
                                                                                                                             •,'eeU ••d, rwcnt ceive Co•nmumon at either the 7
                                                                                      f,I•) m Tot•n Court after
                                                                                                                             t•eatm• aL •raoley Memorml or 8 a.m. mass Sunday, Fathe•
                                                                                     :'pprchendod for •pe•ing.
                                                                                                                             hosp•T for three we•s follow- Kennedy said. High school boys•
                                                                                         Benjam,n Dehennare, of Kast
                                                                                      Street, Ne• Ha•en. f.rfeited a
                                                                                                                             mg the accident, police stud.     will also receive Commumon at.
                                                                                                                                                               either of these masses. The
                                                                                                                                                                .vounger boys of tbo•p•vish
                                                                                          A •6 h,,nd •as forfeited hy Tim-        i)ANIEL LEE NORMAN           g(• to Commuuion at the 9 a.m.
                                                                                     o hx W.(,onnwh. 10. of Duncast•                      Daniel Lee Norman, tnree-wee•
                                    HAVE YOUR PRESENT                                Road, Bloomfmld. when he failed                   old .•on •f Mr. and Mrs. Raym,md
                                                                                                                                       Norman of IS MacArthur D•ive,
                                   TIRES RECAPPED NOW                                s•xer a charge of pa•s:ng a stop
                                                                                                                                       PIantsville, died Friday morning           When You Think of
                                                                                                                                       at the Bradley Memorml Hospital•
                                        WITH "KNOBBIES"                                                                                  The boy is survived by his par-               A GIFT
                                                                                                                                       eats; four brothers, Philip, James,
                                                                                                                                       I•x•rence amI Edward Norman, all                   THINK OF
                                    The Studded Ground Grip                          George P. Langdon Dies;                           of Plantsville,   and hi,s grandfather,
                                                                                         Lifelong Resident Here                        x• ardell Wilbur of New Britain.              SALLY LEWIS
                                 Retreads. Be Safe This Winter.                        Gemce      Perr)     IAmgdon       of      33      The funeral •as held Saturday

                                         600x16                                      Berhn Axenuc, a lifelon., resident imornm • at the Hallahan Funeral                                     HOUSE
                                                                                     here. d,ed Salt tda.v afternoon at • tlome, 208 Memden Avenue, Burial                                                          Dear People :
                                                                                     l'is h,,me following a braef illness. :•m in St. Thmnas' cemetery.
                                                                                                                              •                                                            It's Handy

                                                                                     He xxa• a member of Friendship i
                                                                                                                                                                                               HOURS:                    The hunting season, if it hasn't been called off
                                                                                     I.(•tgc No. 33, AF&AM.                 Vincent Paul Nolan of Eden
                                                                                                                                                                                          2 to 6 and 7 to 9         by the time this reaches print because of the dryness
                                                                                         Mr. Langdoa is sorvived by hts I Avenue has completed hts course
                                                                                                                                                                                      Closed Saturday Evening       of the season and the danger of fire, is now under-
                                                                                     wife. Mrs. Minnie (Recher) Long-                     in accountancy at Morse College,                                          way. Every year there ave many accidents' caused
                                                                                                                                                                                      and All Day Wednesday
                                                                                     d,n (ff •llis to•n and one brother,                  Hm'tford. He received his diplo-                                          by ca•'e]essness--by improper handling of flrearms--
                                                                                                                                                                                            PHONE 844
                                                                                      Wdham .A. Langdon of West Hart-                  I,     last Friday from President                                            by mistaking fellow hunters for game. This year, if
                                                                                                                                                                                      NORTH MAIN STREET
                                                                                     lford,                                             i Wesle.y E. Morse at special exer-                SOUTHINGTON              you go hunting, take every precaution•and pray that
                                           Child's G.E.                                 The Ifuw.,ral was behl at 2 D- m. , cise•.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    the other fellow does the same.
                                                                                     Tue,•day at the Lan•dtm houle. The          _ _L
                                RECORD PLAYER                                        trey. Ihchard lI. Ritter, pastor
                                                                                     the First Congregattonal Church, i
                                                                                     conducted the serwces. Burial was
                                    $2,1.95                                          m the    fanuly pl0t i.u Oak Hill
                                                                                      cemetery.                                                                                                                          Revival of interest in the new high school was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    apparent last week at the meeting of the t.own's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    merchant's. Several people •poke about the matter
                                                                                           Behz Enrolled At Tufts                                                                                                   and urged that we get going on it as soon as possible.
                                                                                        Wdham      A.     Beltz,    son   of ltLr.                                                                                  I understand that the high school committee has
                                                                                      and Mrs. Albert, H. Beltz of Meri-                                                                                            been or will be contacted on the situation. A number
                                                       Clean ..Your Oil               den Avenue, is a fresh-                                                                                           of organizations have expressed the opinion that we
                                                                                      man m the School of L•b•,-al Arl•                                                                                             should get under•/ay soon.
                                                      Burners Yourself                at Tufts College, Medford, Mass.
                                                                                      He was graduated last June from                                                                                                    I know a lot of •eople think that prices
                                                                                      Lew•s Hi•zh School, where he was                                                                                              for materials and labor are too high right now. May-
                                                                                      a memher of the Glee Club, the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    be they are--and maybe they'll be higher instead of
                                                                                      Emblem staff, the French Club                                                                                                 lower later on! I notice that many progressive busi-
                                                                                      and chairman of the Chronicle.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ness firms haven't hesitated to build during these
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    times. They want to go ahead--and they're willing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    to spend the money to put them in a bett•er position
                                                                                                                                                                HARD WORK...                                        to carry on their business..
                                                                                         ill,ule Avenue, Plantsville,
                                          •                                           ,served as chairman b•aturday of'                             Most of us endure plenty of it to earn the                     •-•,-Our town is a big business---and our school set-
                                                                                                                                                    necessities of life. And whatever our jobs we                    up is one of the most tmportant branches of this bus-
                                                                                                                                                    give them dignity by doing them well and
                                                  "•   $ Pour LIGHTNING Solvent       Annhur•t College,            South Wood-                                                                                       iness. How much longer can wle put up with our
                                                    I"   into Oil Well                stock.                                                        using our earnings wisely.      For the hard                     present plant? Can we afford to wait?
                                                                                                                                                    working .individual as well as for the heir
                                                      • Then light the Burners and                                                                  to great wealth, "payingby check" is the                             I think most of us know, e•,en if we don't admit
                                                        go on with •ok•g.                                                                           dignified,, businesslike way to enjoy good                      it. that our present school buildings and facilities
                                                  ,   h Bottle Cleans     '$• •                    ..........                                      ,credit.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     youngsters. They ar.en'• getting the same chance
    YM P H 0 NY           Less L,beral Allowanm                                                                                                                                                                      that kids in other communities are getting. Many of
        CONSOLE             On Your Old'Set                   Firestone "                                                                                                                                            them won't go into colleges or bu.•iness schools--
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  thei• •       liI• with their high school
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     a square dea•-
automa•c v01•e cou•ol.                   ___.•
                                                                                                                                                Southington Bank                                                     cause we haven't adequate educational facilities to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     give them what they need, they start off with one
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     strike against them lh_e•- cer.talnly •ren'• _b•_ng treat-

                                                                                                                                                           & Trust Co.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ed right. Is this a matter oI dollars and cents--or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     foresight and•commonsense? Are we denying our-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     selves that new suit--that new appliance--that new
                                                                                                                                                          Member Federal Deposit Ins. Corp.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     car. The demand for these things indicate that we
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     aren't. Should we deny our children the chance for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     the education to which they are entitled?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        •I note that the little community of Collinsv.ille
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     has authorized the_•.xpen•ture of $285,0{)0 for g
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     new grade school. The w•rk :is to get underway at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     the earliest possible date. They don't appear to be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     worried over high costs.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                         "It's later than you think. Less than nine weeks
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     to Christmas. Better start thinking about those"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Christmas gifts now. For gifts for all the family
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     stop in and see us at your earliest convenience. Use
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     our lay-away plan if you wish.
                                                                                           ldenfify Keepsake by the name

                                                                                           feed perfec• gem" on the tag. Let
                                                                                           compamon prove that a •eepsa•e
                                                                                           g•ves you h•gher qual ty and greoler
START YOUR CHRISTMAS TOY SHOPPING NOW                                                      •same price. We are proud to                                                                                                  The Community Chest Drive starts November 1.
                                                                                            play Keepsake •otched •ts in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     We all contributed to the-best of our ability during
• ELECTRIC TRAINS"                    • DOLLS                                              w•de range of styles and pr•ce•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     the war years to the many demands made on us..We
• LINCOLN LOGS,                       • GAMES                                                                                                      )Vormal                                             Elinor      " were asked to give time and again. We ga•e money,
• ERECTOR SETS                        • WHEEL TOYS                                                                                                                                                                   time, effort, scrap iron and waste paver. We had
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     something real to.fight for--we had to win a war.
                     • MECHANICAL TOYS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          With the exception of those who lost a loved
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     one, or those whose empty sleeves and sightless eyes
                                                                                                                                                   When you want Sensible Shoes we can                               won't let them forget, the war has faded into a bad
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     dream. But we've still many things for which to fight.
        USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAH                                                                                                                            st.,it you righ• down to the ground                         We are all part of a growing, progressive community.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The agencies for which we are asked to contribute
                                                                                                                                                   A comfortable customer is our best advertisement because          are integral factors in making Southington a bigger,
                                                                                           S. P. WALLACE                                           women tell each other "For sheer comfort try walking              better place in which to live. Start thinking now

                         FOOD FREEZER                               $299.95                     Jeweler                                            oxfords by E,•A JF,rrtCK. Elbow room for your toes.               just how much you can afford to ,give this year.
                                                                                          Main St.                  Southington                    Support whe•rc )ou nccd it. Comfortable walking heels.
                                                                                                                                                   Such features keep these shoes tops on our list of re-orders!
                                                                                                                                   I               Be comfortably fitted ymtrself, frmn an unusual slze range                                         Yours truly,
                                                                                                                                                   --shine styles cmue in sizes 1 to 12, 3.kMk.k to EEE.                                                 MURRAY D. KAY

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