Rain, Vacations Delay Playground Action Program Four of Nauf.'.'tliick'M public jilti.v- opcnud yentci-'.hiy for tliii mimmer, with hundreds of children taUliif.: lulvtiutngo of the rccreatlon- nl fiicllttlen offered. Pctur J, Folev Is the general dl- nictof In charge of alt playgrounds, with Frunk Butcher, ussilstod- by Vli-.cent Hcaly In cntii-fto of the recreation Held; Alexander Kruy- nxkl In In charge or the Hop Brook ((•round; Mrs, Mnrle M. Daly Is in chiii-fro of the Sulom ground;! with A U. S. GOVERNMENT Report announces the discovery of a now tunnic acid treatment for ivy poisoning. The treatment has been found excellent; it is gentle and safe, dries up the blisters in a surprisingly short time—often within 24 hours. These government findings arc Incorporated in the new product Ask for it at your driiy jjtorc. 59c. Xj.li/.lluixl br I VY.DKV, 60 r o r".t ,S|., VontoUIr, N. J. Miss Justine Brophy assisting- her and Miss Arlcnc Zchndcr 13 In charge of the Central Avenue playground. Various games have been planned for the children, although equipment Is lucking In some of the centers. It is expected that new equipment will soon be available since th« borcugh board recently designated $40,000 for purchase and improvement olf local recreational ta- cllltles. Due to the inclement weather, the playgrounds were not open today. The playground program Is not expecti-d to hit its full stride until the completion of the current vacation program. Many children who normally participate are away for two weeks. IVY-DRY HIGH TAX KATK Savoy, Mass., July 2—(UP?—The 10-IG tax rate for Savoy has been :i(.t at S-18 per thouaan. This is an in£i-uOBe of $G over last year's liivy. ANNOUNCING Naugatuck's New Radio Repair Service CHAPEL ELECTRIC COMPANY 24 SOUTH MAIN STREET (Opposite Naug-atuck Furniture Co.) FACTORY REPAIR SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF RADIO SETS. PROMPT SERVICE AT REASONABLE PRICES. LATEST EQUIPMENT FOR RADIO REPAIR WORK. Agency for Westinghouse Radios and Electric Appliances Admiral Radios and Phonographs Stowart-Warner and Sonora Radios Philco Car Radios Sold, Installed and Serviced NOTICE! NAUGATUCK AND UNION CITY PACKAGE STORES WILL BE OPEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT JULY 3rd NAUGATUCK AND UNION CITY PACKAGE STORES WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY, JULY 4TH " Usual Monday All Day Closing Program Will Be Resumed Monday, July 8th Retail Prices In New England Fairly Close To OPA's Boston, July 2—(U P)—Retail prices In New England are fairly close to OPA levels today. But governors of the six states are trying to stave off rent increases until congress takes some action. Only scattered increases in cost of food and other commodities have been reported. But there are predictions of "Wild chaos" and a wave of strikes if the. upward spiral of prices continues. Milk prices already jumped two cents a quart in Connecticut. And the New England Milk Producers Association plans a aeries of meetings to consider price boosts in other states. And bread flour t:lso jumped in Connecticut. Egg prices rose a hulf cent on the Boston market and there were slight increases in the price of oranges; .and lemons. Despite Governor Tobin's war emergency proclamations freezing rents anil forbidding- evletons, more than 3,000 increases and threats of. .eviction were reported in Massachusetts, Tile .governor advised all tenants to refuse to pay rent increases. Tobin and other New England governors have promised to c:jll special sessions of their legislature If federal action is not forthcoming. Destroying German Poison Gas NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, .JULY 2, 1M«—PAGE S Beacon Falls Well-Baby Clinic Tomorrow At Recreation Club A Well-Baby Clinic will be conducted tomorrow afternoon between the hours of 2 and •) p. in. at the Recreation Club. The clinic, a monthly affair, la. sponsored by the American Red CYoss. To IJve in Beacon Fulld Mrs. Alex Smith, S3 yearn old, of Setauke-t, Lone; Island, is visiting the home of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Fit.'.patrick of Highland avenue, where she will tak« up residence for the remainder of the summer. Aciompanying Mrs. Smith were her daughter, who had been visiting- her, and her grand-daughter •SJJ/tf pun MJV 'MBl-UI-UOSpUlMS PIIV , John WulUer. Mr. and Mrs. Walk- i »>r have returned -to Long Island. RALLY PLANNED Stamford, July 2—(UP)—A monster rally will be held on the town hall esplande tomorrow soon to urge restoration of price contr >1. Stabilization Director Chester Bowles is among the speaker*, invited to attend. The meeting is being arranged by key Stamford i labor organizations. CANNING lOc with your nninc and BAIL BROTHERS COMPANY, Mun<J*, Many Demands For Restoration Of Price Control Hartford, July 2—(UP)—Governor Baldwin remains convinced that he has r,o emergency powers to freeze rents at their O-F-A level. The governor received a telegram from Chs-tcd Bowles urging him to put rent controls Into effect. Baldwin, however, thinks a special session of the legislature -.vlll be necessary to er.act »tate rent control laws. The governor announced that he is ready to use hie wartime powers to halt wholesale eviction of tenants. Baldwin has received more th.in 100 telegrams demanding restoration of price control. One wire reported a rental increase from $40 '.o $100 a month. Under .the supervision of 70 GIs, German laborers are destroying- sonic 00,000 tons o/ Nazi poison guseN. Throe workers, whoring decontamination suits, are shown watching burning nuistur gas as it sends up , IIURO billows of smolte at' the Chemical Warfare Service depot at St. Georgen, Germany. A layer of chloride of lime placed In the burning pit sends the mustard gas into flumes immediately. Signal Corps photo. (International) BODIES FOUNT) Orford N. H. July 2—(U P)—The bodies of two Orford brothers have been recovored £rom Kimball Brook where they had stopped for a swim while enroute to visit relatives. It ' believed that Philip Bean struck his head on a roock while diving into a pool. And that, his brother Bernard drowned in trying to pul) him out. CALLED SUICIDE New Bedford, Mass., July 2 — (UP)—A medical ' examiner rc- podts that Stanley Reed of New Bedford took his own life. The 45- year-ol! man was found dead of illuminating gas poisoning two hours before he was to appear in court on charges of assaulting his wife. , MEAT WAVE ENDS Boston, July 2—(UP)—The eight day heat wave apparently is at an end in New England, but not be| fore it claimed the lives of -11 persons. Eight additional drownings were reported yesterday. And one person was a victim of heat prostration. Cool winds kept yesterday's temperature maximum in Boston i to S2 degrees. And cool weather is predicted today with northwest winds. . TRYING TO END STRIKE Hartford, July 2—(UP)—The State Board of Mediation and Arbitration hoe called a meeting for this afternoon to attempt further negotiations in the Niles-Bement-Pond strike. Oklahoma oil was first produced commercially in 190-i, ROOFING ROCK WOOL INSULATION COMBINATION STORM SASH Valley Home Improvement Co. COB. MAIN AND COLUMBIA STRKETS, ANSONTA PHONE DERBY 1719 OUT OF TOWN CALLS BEVERSE" CHARGES! NEW HIGHER PAY __ .,'."-*'"* for the Army! EW PAY SCALE In Addition to Clothing, Food, Lodging, Medical and Dental Care, and Liberal Retirement Privileges Master Sergeant or First Sergeant Technical Sergeant Staff Sergeant . . Sergeant . . • . • Corporal ..... Private First Class Private ...... 20 rears' Service Starting Base Pay Per Month $165.00 135.0O 115.OO 100.OO 90.00 80.OO . 75.OO IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE: '' 2O% Increase for Service Overseas. "'•'.•-- 5O% If Member of Flying or Glider Crews. 5% Increase in Pay for Each 3 years of Service. MONTHLY RETIREMENT INCOME AFTER: 30 rear* Service.. $185.63 151.88 129.38 112.50 1O1.25 9O.OO 84.38 HIGHLIGHTS OF REGULAR ARMY ENLISTMENT 1. Enlistments (or'114, 2 or 3 years, (One-year enlistments permitted /or men now in the Army with 6 or more months of service.) 2. Enlistment age from 18 to 84 years inclusive (17 with parents' consent) except for men now in Army, "who may reenlist at any age, and former service men depending on length of service. 3. A reenlistmcnt bonus of $50 for each year of active service since such bonus was last paid, or since last »ntry into service, provided reenlistment is within 90 lays after last honorable discharge. 4. Up to 90 days' paid furlough, depending on length of service, with travel paid to home and return, for men DOW in tha Army who reenlist. 5. A thirty-day furlough each year with full pay. 6. Muatcn'nit-out pay (based upon length of service) to all men who are discharged to enlist or reenlist. 7,-Option to retirfc at half pay for the rest of your life after 20 years' service — increasing to three-quarters pay after 30 years' service. (Retirement income in grade of Master or First Sergeant up to $185.63 per month for life.) All previous active federal military service counts toward retirement. 8. Benefits under the GI Bill of Rights for men who enlist on Or before October 6, 1946. 9. Choice of branch of service and overseas theater (of those still open) on 3-year enlistments. Enlist Now. at Your Nearest U. S. Army Recruiting Station, Ar^y Camp or Pout 36 NORTH MAIN ST. Third Floor, (Over Grieve, Bisset & Holland, Inc.) WATERBURY, CONNECTICUT AT YOUR -^r~ NEAREST U. 5. ARMY RECRUITING STATION i GOOD JOB FOR YOU U. S. Army CHOOSE THIS FINE PROFESSION. NQW! .
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