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Favorite Cdvering Connecticut V Vol. II, No. 2. 16 Pages HARTFORD, CONN., SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1947 PRICE 10c 0 f THE i , L o i .io wow .. .. . - 1 - AT D Story Page 8 I - I row rromoiea oy otatces -Story Page 14 J . cHiur ias it d s oays risst Story. Page 16 f V W;f ' 7 Jij. jdMWd, i - tsi II 1 J ; "in i fL Iwirrtttiiirmiowiiiiiiiiwift-iwK"'' - ' ' ' - t' " r'nni iiihim' iiirmrnni iiniiinTiiini i inr mir n m S . Hartford Branch of the National Alliance of Postal Employees play host to the board of directors of the eighth district at their quarterly meeting. Standing, back row, left to right are : John L. Stokes, New York ; David Dunne, New Haven ; Theodore Pettigrew, Atlantic City; Henryj Smithers, Mont- clair, N. J.; Richard Plato, New York; Ralph Kelly, New York; James Whitted, Brooklyn; George E. Smith, Philadelphia. Sitting ; Harold Pilgrim, Phila delphia ; Lillian V. Wood, New York ; Elmer E. Armstead, New York; Curtis Smith, New Haven; Herman Lee, Hartford, Conn. N.A.A.C.P. HEAD URGES PRESIDENT CREATE AGENCY T OFFSET LOSS OF WAR-TIIY1E GAINS IN EMPLOYMENT 1 Story Page 4 SPECIAL NOTICE For a very brief period the publication of the Chronicle will be suspended. This period is to be used for com plete reorganization and the development of plans to pre sent a greatly expanded paper to the reading public.