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«—NAVGATUCH NIQWS fCOXX.), FRIDAY, .TXTIW 1[>, tnio Violence Flares In Coast Strike \ Kelley 1 (C-jntinuod from Papro One) GMtnjj If tin* «wlfiK, it I.OH Anjci'lri pollconmn lifts his cluh us (ilckrts nml non-strllo-rs nttcnifit to rough nidi other up mitilf.li! 1'iiclflu Press plnnt. Officer nt left holds u tciir-eus (-1111. Threo wi-n; .slightly ln- jnrB<) during the tietloii that Mturtpil when 100 workurs uttonitoil to flriwh throng!) thu picket line, (International Sountlpliotn) • Present Among those present wore: imes Bates, Larry Bruce, Charles Donate, John Grimes, O, H, Holmes, Prank Janus, Edward Mchepran, Joseph Murthc., Mike Poyntcr. Robert Schiebcr, Arthur Thomas, Uan Wnlsh, .Edward Walsh. Also Bert Scullln, George C. Fol- ott, Francis Lynch, T. F. Lynch, CJulplcy, Harry Ivi-olosky, Bert YtcNamcc, John Dunn, Francis Egan, Noi-rls Follett, Donald Fowl- Ray Frick, L,. J. Giinn, E. A. •Ici'monat, Tom Kane, L. R. Koth, ohn J, P. Long. Charles Ludolph, Joseph Mona- lan, Edward Ploss, Jphn Raytk- wich, John Burke, Oriel Romano, E, F, Scoutten, Car) Swanson, .7. W, Vi'i-ftoscn, Oscar Blomoui.ft, • G M. Emery, Albert Enamait, Joseph Holycross, Also, Wm. F. Hutt, J. P. Klssanc, C. L.undstrorn, Alex Painter, Dave Painter, Lee Sticnlc, Harold Stin- Kon, Richard Tuckey, Everett Anderson .Walter Budd, W. S, Coo, C, G. Durbin,' S, Luqucs, Franklin Molcn, Richard Opper, Arnold Paulk, Joseph Zemaitig, Also, Henry Behlma.ii, J, Sr;ott Brown, Art CarrlnRton, Georfrc W. Carroll, Leo Carroll, Louis Doherty, Jamcs.-Donnelly, F.'.P. Gillon, Howard Hubbell, ' Georgo Hulstrunk. Dante Montari'arl, Harold Bcgley, Ed Shore, Nick Timcnesi F. Wynne, Henry Baker. ' Also, Arthur Martorana, John Bickcrdikc, D. S. Randolph, Frank Kiniri EdmC , nd A . Ryan, CJaston Adams, Edmund Lovandauskas, Ralph Fulton, Elmer li Carroll, Howard Gaetz, Thomas J, Kiernan, Nordhill Nnug-es-, Freddie Galluccl and Frank Dcdlnus. Rep. Talbot In Connecticut On "Important Business" Congressman Joseph E. Taloot has received official leave of absence from the House of .Representatives for-the remainder of the week. The, leave tf wasg ranted to allow Mr. Tn.lbot to return to Connecticut on "Important business." Rep, Tnlbot is a candidate for the Republican gubernatorial nomination. Legion Names Delegates To State Convention Tractive power of railway locomotives avcrfifi-es tJSflOb pounds, an ncronse' of <10 per cent over the figure 20 years aco. 'Waterbury'g Friendly Department Store" JULY CLEARANCE CAMP BLANKETS ..Sim. nt winil inn! rayuii in ^' Kris-, *.'•.!'•<, (Mi.iiriii»i!» PLAID BLANKETS-- A II DOMESTICS I'Oiinds LINENS niton oolorful plaid &/t tp:t« blunkcls wit Wind' , BLANKETS-'Mro . #1.:!'.' m. muH'c. iMii'h PADS— Sixn | Oiiiiilnss miiNlin , [ir "U"fiU" whitu siiiiiiner shoot blankets. for cribs uud infantM 1 bods. PEINT TOWELING— All cotton lowolinjr printed with colorful fruit and floral designs. Suitable for curtains, cluiir m m _ pails, etc, 17" iviclc. HeR. SOc en. Clearance. OR. . Tt^lC PRINTED TOWELS— Fine quality kitchen towels in attractive colorful patterns. Him of tbo mill 'lot, Si/.e 17".\32". fg\ Ecfr. 79c. Clearance ........ .................... . «>UC MAETEX QUEST TOWELS— Very fine r|iin!it.y solid color guest towo!a in a run-of-the-mill lot with very slight defects, \vjiich nro hardly noticeable, find will in no'wnv affect their loni; wearing qualities. " SPUJJADS—l-'i .iln'iiliiig in nil wliili •nlif! nil/if (.nttri'im, EED BLANKiiTS-- 1 (»)',; in»,| l,,'iin >v,..i;,-lii(nf ;; : U |)r.iimJ.i i.in'li, Xii Hntin, Solid fiilfn'M df rosi. mid Tfi-jf. .*ln.nii, t'b.nriinui., 1'ivcli MATTBES3 FADS • -Mull rc-i |,,, t'ino finality anil twin si/n spreads, with multi-(.(il(ir di-Miyn ur lv;,'. $U,(i.S, L'luarunco . »;lH in )nr«u I.LM! MJ/.O, 72"PO", .|y humid in matching rayon. > G'lrjiirnriee novelty, ah-lo ''' and lace multi-color .iifii;li> l.i-iN. ""'" 1 '"' in si/,; :il>"xTi!" tor twin and ijiinliiy cNitton miinj,' anil covtrud with wliitu .. , RED COMI'ORTS-.l'ull I.. diilMi-it ciivurliii;. t'nliir. li'T- *''.!'•*. Cli'iiruiifu .. BKD . COMPORTS— All n-,.,.| i- 'x*l", t'lt|t<r^ nl' r:,-ii', I -.I x\w. of r-.isr I,,,fiy I'ulT rom forts, bluo and yrui'ii, 4 |\ A JLtIC OI(KNir,I,E! SPREADS iiiiil(|.<'ii|ni- ( |,.si^[is. /.'••j:. Jlii.iis- MH|.AI:;,: CHRNILLK SPREADS- Ill-It Vy qn/lllly M ,,|,,l ,. l.'i-^'. *:fi'.!'s, i •:,.iiriin PILLOW CASf! SKI'S. iitlrii.-livi- a|i|iliqm. il tin:- *•!.!'•< s,.(. Cli-n .(Iravy qiiriliti' Tivin xix,, nnlJ.. ' sutuen covnrin^. Si/,o all n-Jiito with |.'ull !„.,! *\ xo . J.l on ,,tif,,l ,mtt,r ; ,.M . ,,]„,. b|,. (l ,hocl m.rslir, will, . •I. .KM I . l.i,|"rs Ml Irllll) I.'.'K- *'!.:'.'. ' '.'.-lirni ..... OOOKTATL NAPKINS In solid ,.„{„ K-K- 'i f-r .*!.'"'. Cl.-nrn, ..... . ™oh C'OCJKTAIL NAPKINS- -Colorful ,l,.sif;ns, . m-t ........ H.',;. wool, .Vortl, Star qualitv, |,in!<. Sutin llOIIIKl. ,Si,.o Ofif Aff Jh5.il 5 wi! |, fl , ic fri " R to Cloiutinco <JV TANCY S0ABFS— All cotton pieces. KCR. $1.00 to $I,GO. Clcnrnnco ..;..., HOMESPUN TABLE CLOTHS—In ecru cotton wit'li stripes. Si?.i3 !31"x5.l", . HCR. $.l.DS, Clenrnnco '. ty JL« • 5f DISH TOWELS—Henvy qnulify ptsorlionl crash'towels with colored Htripe.f. 50% linen. Size I""x33". ' Mm ROR, 50c. • Clenrtince T|~IC BATH MAT SETS—Lnrpo slr.a bath mat ivith matchiug'lir] cover. Attractive flora! patterns nnd colors, " £>O AO ncRiilnr $4.08. Clenrnnce Jp«S.ilX COKK PLACE MATS—in a wide v'ni-ict'v' of "colorful wftshnhlc pjitli;rn«. Keg. 2.Tc to 29c. c'lenrnnca _„-_ BRIDGE SETS—A cienrnnce lot of p'r'nitcd cotton noveliv bridiro S 0 1 *l ft* \m ^^Keg. $S,nr>, $2.P.S and $3.98. Clcnrnnce $1*9S DAMASK NAPKINS—All cotton figured damask napkins lionuned ready for use. Sixo ,lS"x]8". 1Qtf> Sixe 20"x20". *>ff*» *»«^«£« 25<!l CJcnrfl " co -i-vL. Bog. 20e, Clcamnco AtOC MABTEX TACE CLOTHS—Heavy qimlity white «nd colored bnrclor. Kun of tlio mill. "Reg. 2!ic. Clearance MAKTEX BATH TOWELS—Slight iniporfcctions. Hog. $1.25. Clearance '. v»w^/ PRINT TABLE CLOTHS—MaCIo of heavy quality cotton will, Attractive fast color printed designs. Size 52"x52". KCR. ?2.9S, Claarnncfl BOXED TOWEL SETS—Cnnr.on qimlity towels. WIute'with'ifoM colored bordors. Set consists of 4 imtli towels: 4 euest towels nnd 4 face cloths, CO AO HOR. $4.S2. Clcaranc.o, set ;•, . • OO*t/9 NAPKINS - PLACE MATS—Gnr colorful Colifor'ni* patio plnco mats nnd napkins, choice of colors. 4 A 19c $9c uui,i.'on with $2.59 3f)c. Clcurnnco STRKKT FLOOR 3LBOTBIO plnfcil (vitli liln.-|< HOMEWARES OLASS BOASTERS—Ovt-nproof .. . .•iii-iliiiiii ,Hi;:o iviili nvi-n tree OVAL WAST£ BASKETS— .\ffl(-> Of lll»hll ivitll lllliul [Xlillli'il ilni-nni. fifii. l-.'n ........ MINUTE MOPS- With <-,'lliil-M,, IllMlll. (.'nill|ili-hl llitll mill mi'tnl wrimfi- $3.95 .SHAKLEEN DEY MOPS nl' nil w, H ,l \-i\rttn, ' ........ ..... Cf ALVANI^ED CANNERS - - '(f. ni/ii ivitli /-'inli 3 QT, SAUCEPANS—Made of Wenrnvcr Alutni- fi>4 f\f\ 7IIUII. Kn. .,.,,,, tp.l,«Uvr •I-QT. DUTCH OVENS — Coin- (ili'lc \v-itli ruck, .\lntlo bv K^::- $2.95 GLASS DOUBLE BOILERS — I !i i|iinrt .ii?,(;, A I'ltib ^la.<s Kn 9u»*zd NEW FOL-KY FOOD MILLS— .Miiiln of hi.flvr 3LEEVI!BOAEbs-\Vr.. , Nil*** for prr.M>*i j)j* tic^, ''liii- ':':.!'.':.... 89c ,... PLASTIC COAT HANOEKS—In cli-nr, hlno nml ambo Fin VINYLITE SHOWER CUK- TAINS—Miula of plastic that i« waterproof and mildew proof. Sizo G'xG'. A Textron product. CO QC Kn <9O*«/9 STEEL GRIDS—For outdoor picnics. Measures 12" wide, IS" liifl), and 12" fljff f^R OLASS TOP QUART Off« JARS—do/. 99C JELLY GLASSES WITH TOPS ^.:: M : 49c PARAFPIN WAX — To fan\ •''"-' 9 9«/» Kln."«ns ft pkgs. £tO\s CLOTHES BASKETS — Uootl .117.3 mndti of flno willow. En. .,,.,, THIRD FLOOR WEAB.EVEE PRESSURE PAN —Four quart ni/.e. Made of the metal that cooka C*fl O f\S Iic.st. Kn, ... «7JLv*«fv TEXTROK SHOWEB CUB- TAINS—JlRdo ot watorproot clonr color Vinj-lito with trio Colored flornl GS TfflJ designs, Kn «P3»/O METAL MEDICINE CABI- NETS—Whlto cnomel finish cliromo trimmed mirror. Complete ivith two C 1 ? QC glnss Hhelves. Kn. JJ) f •«?O KIDNEY TABLES — Mntlo ,,f unfiiii.Hiieil hard- 01* -f A -ivood. 'En tpO*lif ANTI-SPLASH BATH ' AND SHAMPOO SPRAY —For nn inviRorntinu shower nr slmm- poo. Complete with live font r "" hcr 69c CURTAINS TIN DOT M A K Q UISETTE RUJl-LK CURTAINS -Vrry (Inn i|iml\ty ivury I'ulur in.ir'. 'liilsotti) iMirtniiix witli n pin ilot. i-nitnrn. -i"" will.- mill «7" Inii^, N'ii-cly iiimli- with wiiln rviirii'M niu'l tii. Imi-u-i, I40R, SU.H.S. JULY CLEARANCE COTTAGS SEES—Ivory color liiu'k^rouiuls with 'cnlon.'d dim ,,T R,,(l, liluci nr Ciri-uii. RUTFLE CURTAINS — 4,"." wlilo ami 2Vii yard.i Inns,', .Kcru coli>r jilniu iiiiiripiii<>(ti> ivifh njctrn H-idii ruiric.s na ,\ tirlmcks, Reg. $l.|is', Cli-nr- ;r ........... §2.98 , EEST EZE PILLOWS — A I'lfi.toriiu. of pillnw-t i[i various cnvi-rin-s. JU-R. $i.'iO nn,I W.i'-s. RAYON DRAPES— Pinch plent style tailored drupes of rnyon nnd cotton. Attractive, Dornl piittcnis on grounds of nn- turn!, blue, or rose, -t'2" wirlo niul 2% yds, long, Keg. $".f)S. Clearance, DRAPERIES CHAIR COVERS— Reg. ,fil2.!)S ...... OUETAINS— A l.otui- t[l'nl ([iinlilv Knsliinn Edge pin dot ni.Tlo ciirtr.in in ivory ralor. -Id" u'iflf' n.'id 2\lj yil.-J ' pnir atrn' t? «». THIRD FLOOR BOUDOIR CHAIR COVERS— Mnclo of bountiful q-mlitv chinti;. Lnrgo flnrn) pnttcrns in rose, blue, grocn nnd gold Keg. S7.BS. Clenrnnce, e»ch Clearance STUDIO COVER SETS—Jn a variety of fabrics nnd colors, Keg. $15. and, C4 n AO $20. Clearance ^M.JU»vQ CURTAIN MARQUISETTE — 37" wi'dc. Neat pin dnt pattern on ivory marquisette with ruffle oh one sifln. Irleiil for making curtains for orlfl »\7.n windows. Reg. Gftc ynrd, Clearanco —~ vard c yar 59c Wetter Forecast For New England Boston July 19 (UP)'—Here'Is the extended weather forecast, for the next flvo'days. The temperature during- the next nvc. ' days Saturday -thi»jugrh. Wednesday will average near the seasonal- normal. Warm weather Sat urday. will 'bo followed by coolc Sunday and hot much chanpro there after. Some normals for the per lod are Boston and New Haven 72 decrees, Providence, R. I, 74 Nantuckct. Concord, N. H. and Portland, Maine, 60; Burlington Vermont, 71 Eastpjrt Maine 61; Greenville, 06 and Presnuc lelc Maine, 67. •Rainfall amounts will average about ]-2 inch, occurring as showers Sunday or Monday and again about Wednesday. BEACON PALLS Commander J. W. Woodward And John McGeever To Attend Parley Commander James W. Woodward and John McGccver were named delegates to the state convention in Hartford by American Legion Post Number 25 at a recent i meeting. The convention will be 1 held August 15, 16 and 37. Alternates arc William Karaban and Francis Doiron. The- Legion is also planning a carnival, in cooperation with local firemen. The Legion and Auxiliary will hold a picnic Saturday, and "Jl planning to attend will meet .it the Town Hall at 2:30 p. m. Return Home Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Upright and son, James, have returned to their home on Highland avenue. They vacationed at Twin Lakes. ISTABLISHED 1 81 J IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME A MAN'S FANCY LIGHTLY TURNS TO OUR MEN'S TOILETRIES FOR PER FECT GROOMING. A morning shave, shower or bath- soothing lotions, talcs, balsam scents, foamy, lathery pine and sandahvood soaps, and a man is in the pink the rest of the day sure . of his position amongst well groomed men. Masculine packaging in redwood boxes $1.50 to $7.50. Visits Parents Miss Betty Jane Hill is spcnd- p the summer at. the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hill, Wolff avenue. At MudiNOn Thomas Fitzpatrick i; ing at Madison. vacation- Mrs. Douglas Rumscy and cliil- Idrcn Margo and Douglas are visit- j ing at the home of Mrs. Rumscy's I mother, Mrs. Theodore Smith, Bethany road. Deadlock On (Continued from Paj-S- T) o."g:.inixation has just about given up hope that Congress will do any- J thine to revive price c'onu-ols. And j it lias asked President Truman to call toRothcr a labor-manaKemont conference to discuss- higher . CIO Chief Philip Murray says ic doesn't want to advocate the akinpT of any union contracts But., he says lonfr-tcrm contraoth verc entered into only in tlic belief hat the Kovernmont would keep prices at -their previous levels. And f prices continue to po up, he ."ays— and he uitn.s f.n increase of '0 per cent for the last two months — then labor will need more money. The CJO's executive committee terms the removal of controls on item after item in the senate as "scandalous." And it is servins- notice that congressional enemies of OPA are in for a (light from the o:sanizati-.)n's poltical action committee when election time rolls nround. PAC Reorganized The PAC, incidentally, has been re-organized, and lias a new director. The new head, 61-year Jack Krai] of the Ohio industrial council, is a proteprc of the late Sidney Hillman. But he doesn't wield the power that Hillman did in the PAC. Kroll's Job will bo to carry out the orders of the nowly-cn.'arfred 12-man political action committee. Kroll is pledged to carry out Hillman's policies. He says that lie himself is a registered Democrat, hut that it's his policy to vote according- to the man rather than along: party lines. To Save a definite portion of your Income and stick to it! ifore and more people are leanihi<v i]| C value of planning for financial .security. Build a r , wrV e fund— protect your fnn.;Iy with lo\\--cu$t Savings 15,-niK- Lif c > Insurance, a combination that will help'yon face (he future \vith confidence. We \vJ!l help you work our a plan. NAU6ATUOK YAVINGS BA^lk 1870 WtMlVFIFTH ANNIVERSARY 194C All PEPOfIT* FHUY COARANTEEO ^ Great Oak Farm f! OXFORD ROAD Tel. 50-19 * PERFECTLY" tASTEVRlZKD MILK nnd CREAM IWIvcry To All I'nrli. nf .Vini K utiif>k CDS Kljma.s7,<>\v.sl;i, Prop. UV li.-ivp your favorilo newspaper, mnenzlnc or other periodical. J rVATCH FOK OUJi rVKWLV } RENOVATED STOKB'S { GKAXO OPENING: CORNER CANTEEN S3i Xo. Main "IMni" TfdrrJr*!. Marines' Fathers Organization Fathers tft local Marines arc makin? plan? for the oi-frsnizntion of a dctaclyncnt of the Marine Fathers' League. A mnctine will be held Tuesday nlp-ht, July 23 ,-U tho home o! William LoucH.irs, 15 Now street. Mr. Lcucha.i-s said today that ho was trying to contact oil eligible men and nddcd that he wished to invite all to attend the mcotinfr whether or not they wore contacted pcrson- aly. , He nskod that elip-iblo men telc-pliono him nt 2509. SJodern Mexico has 22 commor ia; ocean ports. 5S2 NORTH MAIN ST. Union City - Tel. 2883 EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond $ts. GROCERIES - VKGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNT.-VJX SERVICE Free DnHvcry Tel. 4919 Edward Vlaskaiickns, rrop. ^ - — ~~^ r ~ w "* r ^^^ r **~^+*^^^4r^^0^f^s* } Highland Packag-e Store J . 33 HiRliland Ave, — Tol. :inS3 I ; Anthony Farrnr, J'rop. J FREE DELIVERY All Parts of Try JOJWS Want They Bring- 3 SHOVELS FlIU OF COAL A D^Y WITH. THE HOhffY WELL ' DAMPER CONTROL ACTUAL TESTS prove you can save up to 30% of your coal bill with a Honeywell Electric Janitor damper control. Think what this saving means during just on* boating season. In addition, this control gives you 24-hour comfort during cold weather. Arrange now for installation by calling us. The Naugatuck Fuel Co* 87 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5236

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