12SS MAIN ST.
Hartford. Conn. Tel. 7-OS82
Richard Dix .
Adventures of Marco
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
(lafryC oopgaf' & Teresa Wright
SUN. MON. TUES.
Johnny Mack Brown
nme or the West
Joel McCrea & Francis Farmer
Come and oet it
HENRY'S BOOTBLACK and
Newspapers, Magazines, Cigars
Cigarettes & Candy
Henry Reese, Prop.
273 Windsor St., Hartford, Conn.
CENTER BARBER SHOP
47 RUSSELL ST.
Eddie William., Prop.
Patent Medicine Co.
Ben E. Goldfield
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Conn. Tel.. 7-5510, 5-9308
Johnson's Funeral Home
Sidney M. A Mary A. Johnson
2016 Main Street
Meats and Groceries
290 BELLEVUE STREET
TeL 7-5921 Le Milner, Prop.
IF YOU WANT
see Your Old Friend
370 Windsor St, Hartford
-Conn TeL 6-3542
Expert Shoe Repair Shop
286 BELLEVUE ST.
Pete Harris, Prop.
Sam's Patent Medicine
A Store of Quality and Personal
Service, Featuring- All
226 CAPEN STREET
Hartford 5, Conn.
Samuel Goldberg, Prop
Southern Fried CHckent
16 SUMNER ST.
Erma Henry, Prop
167 Main St.
Buy Savings Bond
Mention the CHRONICLE
SEE OUR ADVERTISERS
Bay State Golfer,
Veteran of Two
World Wars, Cited
BOSTON, MASS. (Special)
At the ninth annual dinner of
the Massachusetts Committee of
Catholics, Protestants and Jews,
held at the Hotel Statler 'Monday,
May 27, Clifford A. Crawford,
well-known golfer, was cited as a
Bay State holder of the Disting
uished .Service Cross. His citation
was read aloud before he was pre
sented to the audience. !
Charlie's Hardware Co.
'' Housewares and Hardware
Electrical & Plumbing Supplies
16S5 MAIN STREET
WONDER CUT RATE STORES
Ikmestic and Imported
LIQUORS WINES BEER
1949 BROAD ST. Tel. 7-5374
429 ALBANY AVE., Cor. Brook St. TEL. 7-5986
Best Grade of
23 Sumner St.,
C. H. JOHNSON & SON MUSIC
and NOVELTY CO.
Meeting- New England's Needs for Pin Ball Machines
Jake Boxes Used Records
Call us for 'Prompt Service. The Only Negro Dealer in the State
Juke Boxes Rented by the Night or by the Month
48 Man! Ave., Hartford,
Men & Women Wanted Immediately
AGRICULTURAL WORK ON TOBACCO
IMPERIAL AGRICULTURAL CORPORATION
Good Wages Free Bus Transportation
from Hartford v
54 Hour Week No Experience Necessary
STEADY EMPLOYMENT THROUGHOUT
THE ENTIRE SUMMER SEASON
For further information and transportation arrangements
REV. R. C. RANSOM. 3rd (Division of Personnel, Imperial
Agricultural Corp., Post Office Box 111, Hartford 1, Conn.
Phones: Hartford 2-S380; Windsor 1280
Complete Home Furnishers
Jewelry, Bedding of All Kinds, Curtains,
Spreads, Lamps, Furniture
Call HARTFORD 5-2466
PRAGER HOME SUPPLY CO.
HERBERT (BAT) OREFICE
Delicatessen and Groceries, Fruits & Vegetables
77 BARBOUR ST., Hartford 5, Conn.
WE DELIVER Call 6-2798
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The Enlisted Women's Club of the 7th Co. 5th Bn. Massachusetts Wo
men's Corp which gave a rendezvous with the vets at thie Armory, May
9A wora tntivl hv Salome and the Haven eirls. Standing left to right
M. Jette, J. Benders, E. M. Savain,
the foreground Shanneta M. Epps.
E. Scott, J. Johnson, I. Morris. In
photo by benny wood
ELIJAH L. LOMON
International Detective Agency
Civil and Criminal
51 Vincent Road
East Hartford, Conn.
The HARTFORD CHRONICLE
for 15,000 suscribers by May 15.
With a present circulation of
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by other cities and towns will necessitate a great expansive program,
Pre-publication requests were of
of Connecticut desired representation on the very first issue, but a
rangements to cover the field require a few more weeks. Thus we
started with the maximum circulation for the time being; however,
by May 15, plans will be perfected to accommodate the additional
15,000 potential subscribers that
The success of the campaign to begin immediately, will depend
solely on our readers and their interest, in seeing our paper progress
so that we can do a much better job, a more thorough job and make
additional jobs on our staff.
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FOR HEALTH'S SAKE USE
THE MODERN SANITARY DRINKING CUP
For Use in Home, Office, Parties, Picnics, and Any
Occasion that calls for the Serving- of Liquids
THE LATEST DEVELOPMENT IN HYGIENIC DRINKING
Comes In Assorted Colors
ON SALE AT YOUR LOCAL STORES
FOR A REAL TREAT
LET'S GO TO THE NEW
LOUELLA'S TEA ROOM
For A Tasty Home Cooked Real Southern Style Dinner
at Reasonable Prices, Cooking: on Premises
HOME-MADE ROLLS, BISCUITS. MUFFINS. PUDDINGS
PIES AND CAKES
Catering: to Parties, Birthday Celebrations, Anniversaries, Etc.
Make Your Reservations by Phoning 5-8413
LOUELLA'S TEA ROOM
"Where Nice Folks Eat and Chat"
111 Spruce Street Hartford
SPECIALIZING IN SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN
OPPOSITE THE RAILROAD STATION
Service from 4:00
Nosey Ned was quite displeased
about not getting his" horse tips
in early enough for last week's
paper. However, he sent in some
thing good for next week. For Bel
mont in the big race, Lord Bos-
i well is the sure winner. Other
horses to watch nt Belmont for
next week are Harpstrings and
Milk 'Mouse. In New England, good
horses are ,'Forget Me Not and
Miss Nadine W. Lane, the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. D-avid E. Lane
j of Boston, Massachusetts, has been
awarded the $500 scholarship re
cently established at Wheaton
College, Norton, Mass., for a Ne
gro student. Miss Lane will be
graduated this June from Girls'
Latin School, and will be the first
colored student at Wheaton Col
lege in the last twenty-five years.
CLUB NEWS '
Friendship Lodge No. 11286 G
U. O. of O. F. will hold their meet
ing the 2nd and 4th Monday of
each month at the Nutmeg Elks
Home, 171. Bellevue Street.
will officially begin its campaign
more than 5,000, the present demand
such a nature that all of the State
will bring an overall total of 20,000
immediately, be prepared to sub
with this form the
P. M. to 2:00 A. M.
Pictured above, the Hartford CHRONICLE theatrical reporter, Miss
M. Tiller, with the internationally famous Catherine Cornell in the
east studio at the Bushnell Memorial. Catherine Cornell is the owner
of two Dashund pet dogs.
Big Rush For Job
On FEPC Board
iBOSTON, MASS. (Special)
It was all speculation this week.
The answer to the $64.00 ques
tion was being sought. ..wildly
sought Jby these agencies' and
The folks genuinely interested
in the coming operation of Mas
sachusetts new Fair Employment
About 347 persons who want one
of the commission posts which will
be created when the law goes into
effect in 83 more days; and
The politicians who want to-be
the first to announce to the winner
of any one of the posts that they
were the ones who got him the
The real answer, of course, was
somewhere out in Oklahoma with
Gov. Tofcin, who will have final
say on the appointments', and may
or may not have yet made. up his
mind as to the committee's pend
Thus far, no one appears to
have had even a genuine inkling
as to the nature of the commis
sion's composition when it is
named. The best and most-quoted
bet was that it will have on it
one Negro, one Jew and one Catho
lic, with a possibility of a good
resounding Republican name from
Upstate replacing one of the other
297 Albany Ave.
ProD.. Paul Klein
The Store of
Wines - Liquors - Beers
1988 MAIN ST.
Hartford, Conn. -Phone
INDEPENDENT SOCIAL CENTER
PRINT . SHOP
CUT RATE. PRINTING
WE DO ALL KINDS OF JOBS
2106 Main St. Hartfcrd Phone 7-9856
CALL US TO DO YOUR NEXT JOB
Neat, Quick and Efficient Service
ROTH'f HARDWARE, INC.
PAINTS AND WALL PAPER
PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
ROOFING PAPER AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS
Window Shades Made To Order
247-251 Windsor Street Hartford, Conn.
Saturday, June 1, 1946
A Memorial Plaque in honor of
Past Deputy Grand Master J. Hen
ri Burch will be dedicated on Sun
day, in Douglass Hall at 2:30 p.m.
The plaque will be placed on the
first landing up from the main en
trance. Bro. Burch was a charter
member of William G. Butler
Lodge. He received hisr Master Ma
son's degree in, 1921 and devoted
the rest and best of his day to the
furtherance of the order.
In 1943, after having served
many years as Grand Lecturer, he
was elected Deputy Grand Master
Horace G. McKerrow. The untime
ly passing of Grand Master Mc
Kerrow, elevated him to the post
of Acting Grand Master, where he
served out with distinction, Bro.
McKerrow's unexpired term.
It is to Bro. Burch that many
young Masons owe their inspira
tion to study and improve them
selves in Masonic craftemanship.
Worshipful Master James A.
Scott, "Sumner Lodge Springfield,
has planned a gala affair for "the
benefit of his lodge. It will be held 1
at the Hotel Kimball. The main
speaker of the evening will talk on
the Springfield Plan of democratic
education. Other features' of the"
event will be dancing and a ban
quet. MARTIN ST.. GROCERY
The Neighborhood's Best Meats
96 Martin St.. Cor. Nelson St.
T. Dotbrovorolsky, Prop "
... Gifts ...
Baby Ve.U $ .42
Crepe Gowns 50
Carriage Sets 1.98
Crib Blankets 2.98
Batiste Dresses 1.98
Laundry Hampers .... 2.39
Jar Sets 1.98
Sweaters ............ 1.8S
Bottle Sterilizers 4.69
Infant's and Children's
995 MAIN ST.
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