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News Want Ads Bring Quick Results "A Progressive Newspaper For A Progressive Community jg" THE WEATHER '$ Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island—Generally fair tonight and Thursday. Continued rather warm. Ji-asipoi i to Block Island—Moderate southwest winds tonight. Vol. LXX, No. 173 ESTABLISHED 1885 WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1946 Leased Wire Service of the United Press Price Pour Cents Given Nolles On Fraud Charges ExpectSenate To Pass OPA Bill Today Adopted In House Yesterday Afternoon By Vote Of 244-120 (I'.y I'nlted Uc'ipiie nn iixpdKtcil lust-minute flurry i>f upp'^'ltKin from dle-lmnl pi-li'c ciinlrol cnemltiM, tho iicnitt' 1 !„ s.'utcd li. MIS." the OPA rovlvitl 1,111 miiiu'lirne thl.--. afternoon. Srnuti! Uerixiei'iilic Ldiiclt'i 1 AI ben f«nrlil«y Jf i<»iitm.'ky .-myfi thiil llnu! ili'lmtc on tim measure probably will not lust rnoru than throe ot p four limit's. Hi 1 I'.ttlmJitoM that no more ihnii i-iclit Hi-imtoi-.'i will upeak lii'fure tin 1 vcitii. Till 1 llllUMI- H[l|iI'nVI'(l till.' bill yi'M- tcnliiy by a volu <jf -'I 1 * t<« 1-fJ. And nilinlnlslniUoii leaderii »-'i.v Ihul freMldiinl Truman will sign the bill 11.1 ,'iun/i ii.s H jia.'mi'M thw senate. Tin 1 bill would extend limited |,n,:i- cuiitri'ln on must cummcidltle.'i fur iii»ithi:r yuar. Uowevur, pi-leo ri'lllniiS on taunt, ilalry iiroduulsi. jjrnliiM mid some uthui 1 i:<iniiri(idlllt!.-i wmllrl 1"' rufiif.'vwj until Auj.'H"! -(', Then a thi-eenmn bcidid would do- lei mini- 'in what iteuiH pde'ij. con- li-iilM should lie r«:hppll»d. Hut a>:rlc\iltiiri' and OPA olllclals lire (ineMlldniiit' whether fi'Cid |irlr:i'M enn !»• rolled hac:l< to Itm .'Hne KC' Invcl even Mhullld |ir|c:«i cimlrolsi '»' n'Mtun-d. It IM pointed out by thu oillrliil.i Ih/it Ihri-r ini-y tie many fiirin >:nillp>i .Kill flK'd pI'dClMMIiI'M Wll" ml«hl nut vi'ink control..! i-evlv'l o" fond. Sets Precedent In U S Senate Rep. Talbot Opposes Reed R.R. Measure Connecticut Delegation Split •On Bill Affecting "New Haven" Road History was made by Mrs, Trancls K. Dustln of Do.vter, M<;. when shii became the first woman secretary of a Senator to walk oiito tlio Senate flout' whllei the Upper Chamber was In session. At' a special* conference it wjis ruled that 11. woinani clerk was entitled to tin; Mime i privileges us a man serving In the same capacity. Here Mrs, Francos Dustln Is pictured at the rostrum with Sen, Kenneth Me/Kellar (loft), /resilient Pro Tempore of tin- Smmtc, and Sen. Kulph O. Kruwster of Miilne, for whom Mrs. Dunlin works, (International .Soiindphoto) Draft Aides To Receive Medals Today Chairman Harris Whittc- moro To Make Presentations At Tuttlo House Underwater Atomic Bomb Test Slated Late Today >"'"'' St. Francis' Club Plans Special Meeting Thursday Tlu> St. Francis Men's oluh will hiild » .sjierltil riHTllnH tomorro nl>:ht, nl H (), m. In I hi: bani'mm •if St. Cecelia's Mull, It V/HS K nounuud luduy hy Ki'iiost Alli-i i:Uib pn-Mldcnl. Thi- featut'U nl' til inci'UnK will \><- u. ix-poi't on til inrinbui'Eihlp drive lv:lii},' cohducid by John Christie and thu commit. K'l'. ['n-ililiMit All.'n slut/.'d t.hal ovr TifjO InvliiitloiiK had been mailed t> [iiirlsin itiuiiihi-rsi to uitund tomor I-UW'M ulTnli 1 . Hv x/iid that Hit goruj h.",.i nuulc i-xluMi'ivi! phins for th •.s'lntei' si'HHun, anil tiif. 1 cnrren drlvi! to Inci'iNtMi: iiK'iiibcr.shlp i. lii-lnw t-'oinluctcd sd as to iilluw thi xn>tl|i, to (.Milui'gn their winti.T uc tlvillrji. Mi' ;I.-:|(.M that nil members attorn LbN very Important nicelni;, A lurg uti-ndtinci! In oxpeuli'd. Kurnti-i'ii lnvit:itliin:i lilivn .•xiimlnlm: boni'd. I'i'Kl.'itriintM ,,rv l.onnl anil re,.inpliivini'nt ec.m- initle.'fni'M of' Selective Service I'.onnli 1-l-A. who will I'COflve <-'un- i:re.iii.n.'il (.'erLllleiileM (if Merit mid liii'iliilM lit eel •I'liiunlti* to be •' ihietmt thlM at'ternum In the Tnttle •ii.'hoot '' 'iil'lrrlM Whltteniore. Jr., ctmlnii.'in of the lui'ul draft buiii'd will make (he nri)*Mil.;it!un«. Amontf loenl lihys.lelniiM tu fi-relvi' award" will I,,.-' Hr, William 10. Hill. PL >•'• A ' Tuwne, f>r. Vlnrimr P. Duffy and lir. Walter J. Ktillly. Joseph C. Hayikwleh, Jr., I'Jdwartl J. Sod- ^./rl^rin^e^^ri^i the AKIerson Funeral Honie •ulvl.Horv bonril. ! Meadow ulreet, is at prestnt - • ' ' ' putlent ut the Hartford •£ a Si Local Man's Father Dies In Hartford Lymnn A. ltnilj,-man. 71, of F;irmlnKti>n "nveiv.ie, Hartford, 1'a- thi-r i'f by mil n A . Hodi;mnn. Ji 1 . 17,'t Cliff street, died suddenly lii.it nl>;ht at the Hartford hospltnl. .Mr Hoclnman, Jr., assistant director ol 201 of I tlC I'tlf^lHtl'IliiLt* *m » I.T v i t ' •"" ; unit the Kev. Albert 13. Tnylor ftf St. > Miir I-'nuiels' ehui'ch and tlwrbert .Tottn- iion will reei:lve thn asviit'd.i for < «' < r- vie™ 11:1 i-i-einployment commit.!oe- iniui. CliKii'Kii .B. Ujwl» will nucept the nwiifil fur hlM father, the late Rev. Arthur !•'. I.i'wls, funnel' ivc- lor of St. Mlehiiel'M Kpl-teopal elnnx'h. Marine Corps Fathers' League Holds Meeting Poiin.'itlcin of the Marino Corps KtithiM'H 1 li'ajrui' In NiUiKatuck, took Pliu'o lust ovnnlntf at tho hom<> of Wlllliini r,i-urlinr.M, Nnw >;Lro<it, who. iiloiut with Huynuind WoontiM 1 Is acting us co-chulrman of thi' "''"' 'itilt. I'ldiiK won' nuido to conduct ti drive (hut will IneHulo an mombi^i nil thr riithri'M of locul Mni'lni'si. Tin- .ip.-d of thlti iiuw jrroiip wns planti-d ut th.i> I'uci-nt Murlnu Corp r.fatrui' in.itullntlon. lit. which Fronlc McCovt'i'ii of Now Hnvon spol«\ Hi- told ihi> lounl Kroup of the benn- lltM which tln> Now rttivcn futhrrs had boon nhlti to plve their nonx nftor thvy lm<l rooolvocl tholr <llH- leal hdsplt.'il Mr. HoilKinan was stricken at Henry It. Kohn and Sons, Inc., where he w«.s employed "s ottlce niatuu;er l'*r tin- past four years, Hi> was formerly employed by tlic Motor Sales Co., and Beonum nnd Ctrillln'Motiji- CD., of Hartford. lie w,-is a member of Central HaptitU church. .Nerving ?is clerk, and formerly n« deacon, Knlfthts of Pythias lodKO. and Royal Arcun- duni lod^e, both of 1-owell,. Muss., anil Pn-ihanansptl lodgri 1 , A. F. <.V: A. M, of New Britain. BenUle.'i h'iij son who lives in Nau- f,-atuck, ho l.t survived by another sioii, his wlfu, two dn.UKhtci's, n lirothor, slMter, live grandsons, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the and Whitney Funeral Mr, Woosti-r, who l» ehnplaln for tho roKUlar oi'Kt Mon Htdtrct thtit ho hopnd the full 'ind nonn In the units would ho bri.niKht closer toKottior through 'hn fraternity of tho two or^ivn^a- tlon». ' "in" -—lint wiMiihor Hun' i» »li"« thin 1 . At llli'k'x Mho* siurti, M'J Ilnnk Ktrrrl. Wutrrhnry, thi>i-o urn hiindr«iU of ritvlrit lor wt»r In itin •uu>u»r »«»»UH.— Ailr. Home in Hartford. Draft Board Notes 1,303 Discharged A total of 1,303 NiuiRatiick men nnd registrants of the local Sulec- tlvo Service Board H-A have been discharged from the armed forces. with '12 of that number receiving .lepnrutlons ilurlnc June. The draft board covering tho nren of Cheshire. NauRatuck. Prospect and Wolcott reported 52 discharges In Juno in the area, brlnp- Inu thu total of area sopai'tUk>nn to —A full lluimr llrnw ut Ji'fr'n Ur »nl, ttliurrli Mlri'i'l. lnmirf» » i>liolw of iwillnif drlitkH. »o enjo la lb> iiul tvuktb>r IMIUU,—Adv. 187 Ships In Target Area; Blandy Announces Bomb To Go At 5:35 P. M. (By United I'ress) Admiral William fMandy has an- noiuicud thnt. tho "luuloi-watci' test ul' thn atomic Ijomtj will bo .staged us .sclicdulcd--'it 0:-3n p. m, (EDT) lorlay. That's 8:30 u. in. Thursday In l-iikinl lagoon. The historic experiment is de- slKiiud to test tho powur of man's Ki'untast weapon ajjainst the hulls of the S7 target ships spveatl out in thn six-mi ie-wlcle target area, Predictions pronerally are that thu first underwater explosion of tho bomb will cause considerably more destruction than the over-water blast on July 1. So far j,'ucsaes on what will happen are just thaL — guesses. Guess- us that Ji waterspout half a mile wide will shoot two miles into the air. Guesses that a tidal wave will sweep out ruthlessly nnd envelope all the target ships In tho six-mils; wide tarfret area. Guesses that parts of Imt ties hips and slx-sub- inertrcd submarines, will be hurled miles. Into the air. Guesses that. (he blast will tuar the bottom from 1 the ships of thu larpc fleet. About ten hours from now truea- probably will he no lonffnr Representative Joseph E. Talbot In opposing the Reed Bill, a bill that would release the New Haven railroad from bankruptcy, termed the measure, "The Crapshooter Bill," from the House floo Tuesday afternoon. He made thi remark when citing- the provisio that It would apply ''to ralh-oad which had earned suf'.lctent to pa fixed charges for .seven years. Opponents of the bill lost th first round of the contest who -the House voted, 120 to 79, to adop the rule sending tho bill to th floor. Taltot arid Rcprcaentativ Chase Going Woodhouee wer among those- voting against th rule, while Representative -Jamn; P, Goelan nnd Joseph F. Rytcr o Connecticut voted for it. The argument for the- Reed bill as made by its proponents, was that it would make it possible for the stockholders, who have been wiped out in various railroad reorganization plans, to secure some return for their investments, rather than have the preferment go to •the bond holders. Ttilbot contended that the stockholders now arc the Wall Street operators and brokerage -houses all over the country who have bought the stock for a few cents a share and will try to unload ft, if the reorganization bill Is approved, at SCO or S100 a share. The bondholders, he told the House, are the banks and insurance companies, in which virtually everyone has an Interest, The New Haven road's reorganization plan had been approved by the United States District Court and by . the .Interstate Commerce Commission, Talbot said, and the appeal from the District Court approval to the Circuit Court of Appeals came the day iLfter the Reed Bill had been Introduced, Except for -the Reed Bill, ho contended, the New Haven road would now be out of bankruptcy. Price Control Committee And Guests necessary — for If u'.l well, observers w lll be ilcscrlbinfr the scene of destruction about the now peace- l IJMkini In^oon. No Special Session Of Legislature If OPA Bill Passes Hartford. July 24—(UP)—No »-pcclnl session of the General Assembly will bo called to enact a. te rent conlro) bill—unless the pending OPA measure 19 killed. Phis was decided today at a mect- nfi' of Governor Baldwin nml legis- ntivu leaders. The Rovernor said that if OPA is not revived, ho wil! eall another meeting to consider a special ses- iion. The con forces also agreed thnt a .pedal session—if called — would lonsider only rcrnt, control. This pikes the hopes of tifiosc who lave been ndvocating a soldiers' ionus and establishment of a state ilood bank: Armory Depends On National Guard Enlistment Here Local veterans and young men Interested in joining the proposed National Guard company may obtain information from Lieut. Hanold R, Scmrow, who recently was selected as recruiting officer for Co. F, 102d Infantry Regiment, by contacting him at his home, 373 Hl(,'h street. A headquarters is expected to be secured in the near future for recruiting purposes, but for the time interested parties are requested to .'ice Lieut. Semrow during- the day at his residence, corner of Oak and High streets- The proposed construction of an armory in Naugntuck depends greatly on the company's enrollment at the time the' General Assembly convenes in January, 1947, Lieut. Semrow said. Judge Neary Rules Lack Of Evidence Two Were Accused Of Fraudulently Using- State Aid Road Funds Members of the Nuiigutuck Prlcn Control nominating committee who wore chosen to submit a shite to comprise ix permane.nt committee In the borough at a mcoUnir KClitxiuled for tonight :it 7:SO o'clock »t Locul 45, UBCL * J'WA headquarters at Main and Maple streets. The. commute, was mimed at a rally hiild .Monday night at LliuliMi 1'ark and includes: George Froohllch, chairman; Harold IVterson Adam Mengiiccl, Jeff WttkoskI, William Ferimdeti. Mrs. Kdward Klonoskl, Mrs. Theresa Soliwocki, Frank Marine))!. P. August Johnson, Peter Crowe. Tracy Brct'n and Mrs, Mary Muldowncy. The picture also shows members of rti« local union, which is spearheading thfe movement h<;r«, and guest speakers. Front row. loft to right: Mr. Peterson, Mrs. Soliwocki Mrs. Muldowney, Mrs. Klonoxki, Miss Kita Biirlolnmticcl, Mr. Mengncci and Mr. Crowe. Second row, left to right; Harold Bower, Mr. Froohllch, Mr. Wltkoskt, Patrick H. Kelley, Warden Ix!o .1. Brophy_ Mr. Jolt nson, Mr. Murinelli and Mr. IVrmtmles. Recently Burned Sailor Discharged Harry W. Arondhol?., S 2-c, of Joacon Valley road, was discharged rom the Navnl Sopai'atlon Center t Lido Beach, Long Island, yostcr- y. Mr. ArpndholK. prior to his dis- arfrc had been stationed aboard Naval tug In the New York reo., and was injured slightly re- 26,000 Veterans Expected To Be Training Sept. 15 Hartford, July 24—(UF}— An estimated 26,000 veterans will be tr.iinlnpr in Connecticut by Septem- Committee To Probe More War Profits Sen. Brewster Predicts New And Startling 1 Cases Are Coming (B.v. United Press) A member of the Senate War Investigating Committee promises new and startling war profits cases -,oon will be revealed. Republican Senator Owen Brewter of Maine says the Garsson trial a a mere firecracker compared to he dynamite in the new investiga- ions. Tips have been rolling in so fast hat the committee is holding a pccial session today with the ob- cct of establishing priorities for nvcstigatinjf the reports. And ommittco chanrman. Democratic .enntor James Mead of New York Iscloses he will ask the senate for n additional $00,000 to llnance the <ork. Mead has also directed comiuluro ttorncys to ask President Truman or income tax records of the rincipals in the Gai'Kson inquii-y. he president already has ugreed to produce the tax .records. This apparently is a prelude, to Justice Department actior-. Th<> committee now is plnlting Its uctivitics for tho summer. It is suspending hearings into the Garsson Brothers' midwest combine pending testimony from tDr.mocra- tic Andrew May of Kentucky. May has been linked with the Garsson Syndicate but so far has used his congression.il immunity to defy a committee subpcna to testify undei oath. -Last-Minute News- G. I. PAY BILL Washington, July 24— (UP)— The fl. I, tormina] leave pay bill will come up for discussion and a possible vote in the House today. House proponents oi' (lie monsm-e say they will insist that payments; lie made in cash instead of bond's. A bill providing for-the payments 1o be made in bonds maturing in five years was passed by the Senate yesterday. SABOTAGE CHARGE London, July 24— (UP)— A British wliire paper charges that members of Hie .Jewish agency in Palestine •lirected sabotage efforts there. SHOWMAN EXONERATED Sail Diego, Cah, July 24— (UP)— A coroner's jury lias exonerated veteran showman George White of responsibility in the traffic deaths of a newly quarried couple la.sl Saturday. GRAND JURY ACTION qiiicago, July 2-1—(UP)—State's Attorney William Tnohv announces that lie will, present to a Cook county 4Ttimi jury tomorrow the cases against .17-year-old Wil- "iam Heirens in the slayintrs oT six-year-old Suzanne Deglan and former Wave Frances "Brown. Albert Del Vecchic of Railroad avenue. Beacon Falls and Nicholas" Gillolii of Seymour, chai'Kod with fradulenily using .slate nld funds appropriated for JSeacon F.ills ronds, wore granted nolloa in Beacon Falls court last cvoninR. Judfte Thomas Noary of NaMga- tucli wius called in to preside when Die local justice, Edward ISca, disqualified himself. Mfr. )3el Ve'cohio, a road fon-man for the town, and Mr. Gilloui a Seymour conn-actor, had been charged by the rtate wth misappropriation and mishnndlinpr of funds. Atty. William Bennett, Ansoniu representing GilloUi, slated that when tile state m-iKlnni!}' arrested ilicse two men they had made statements to the newspapers that made it appear as thouifh the defendants had committed some heinous crime. Actually, the attorney stated, investigation proved that his client and Mr. DelVecchio wore guilty of no crime whatsoever. He said that nothing criminal had yet oo- OurreiJ and the only O'ir.ic that could result from the case, would be if tlie 1 nien were convir.lod, which in iiseJf "would be a crime," In presenting the evidence for the slate, Proseculor Wilfred A. Swan stated that although preliminary investigation indicated that there may have been some fraud committed, when the state investigated further, no evidence could be found to substantiate the original charges. State Trooper Michael Santy, who investigated the case, said that a thorough investigation of the books, kept by both the state and the town, revealed, over a year's time, no discrepancies olhcr than a slight difference in amounts, less than $0 for the year. Horords Poorly Kept AHidnvils wore presented by Mi-. Swan which accutsed Mr. Delvecchio of misappropriation of minor articles. us gns, cement and a. wheelbarrow. This charge could not be proven, and it wns the contention of Mr. DelVecchio that ho hud paid bnck into the town sums of money to cover such withdrawals. Mr. Swan admitted that urns had been received at various times and that with !hc r<>cord« beim; NO poorly kept it would be impossible to prove guilt in any ber .15 $3,147 Collected In YMCA Campaign For $5,000 Quota PROMPT ACTION Washington, July '2-4—(UP)—The While House an nounces that President Truman will act promptly on ; hill to revive price controls, either in the form oi' a message or a memorandum to Congress. The Senate is expected to pass the House approved measure today. NAVY DISCHARGES Washington, July '24 —(UP)—The Navy reports that it ha:* discharged more than 2,800,000 men since May, 1944. The Navy says it's been getting personnel back to civilian life- so fast: that the 29 separation centers will be closed September 1st. CASUALTY REPORT Jerusalem, July 2-1—(UP)—Latest casualty figures in the King David hotel explosion show 52 person/ dead, 72 missing and 46 injured. INVESTIGATION ORDERED Washington, July 2-1—(UP)—Undersecretary of War The Hartford regional DiHce of i Returns in the YMCA Finan- Kenneth Royall has ordered » "complete investigation" n« C f V f C v, t0 t' ans 'f' tIi ri 1 nnA U ' atlc " , 1re "| cial campaign for s,7,ooo toward, j n(;o c j rcums ) ; ances surrounding the army's use of defective four inch mortar shells which killed American troops- ports that nearly 11,000 are taking ! current operating expenses have either' on-the-job or Institutional i reached $3,1 trainintr now. The V-A says thnt the backlog of applications for training under the GI Bill and Public Law Sixteen —for disa.blnd veterans—ha.? been nearly eliminated. leavinpr $1.853 yet ently while aiding IK of -the Staten re. In the fipht Island Ferry —>lu»>- liiiuiIri-ilH of NuiiKutiit'U cur t.i'rM itlri-iidy . Imvc vlawt-d Ilie new 7 siiiili'bnkcr, on illnplar ut tli« NIIU- Ktttuok Uitttcigr a Auto 8»rUci.—Adv. Sailor Drinks Alcohol, Dies Bikini, July 24 —(UP)—One crewman aboard the Mount McKJnley— the flagship for Operation -Crossroads—is dead and six others are- seriously ill 'from drinking- wood alcohol, James Richard R'trtXRan of Homer, New York, died today from the effects of df'inkinfr what is believed to be "a duplicator fluid used to make copies of dispatches and other oiflclal announcements. Nn.vy officials say the fluid was contained In- gallon cans—all plainly marked "poison," 'o be secured, according to William G." Boies, president of the local association,. Wi-th the campaign fretting underway rather late, the vacation season has affected the amount of returns, it is presumed. Several teams of workers are at work in an effort to wind up the effort successfully within as short a time as possible. Teams undor the leadership of Milton Lent and Haiold Perry have further reports to make, and only one team of -the four Y's Men's Club team has reported. Campaign returns should be scr.t in or left with the YMCA ol!icc. it was announced by Herbert E. Brown, general secretary. PRISONER. FOUND Thomajston, Me., July 24- (UP) — An inmate who hid for 10 days between prison walls livinp on crackers and chocolate bars is confined -to the state prison infirmary. Frederick Finnigan of Portland was found by a prison guard. iu Europe. Three Men Hurt In Explosion Canaan, July 24—CUP)—An explosion and flash fire at ahe magnesium plant at Canaan has put three men on the danger list. They suffered bad burns about the eyes after one of them splashed some wa-ter against molten incta.1, causing: vapor and flame to flare up aprainst their faces. William Christinat and Santo ConsoJIni, both of Canaan, spent a "comfortable night," according to hospital attaches. Ralph House of Great Harrington, Mass., was reported in a more critical condition. Let CIlllck'M FrJfmlly Hm-vlci- SlJ>~ llou, North Muln Ntrttt, nmp nut ynur f.ntlrn VHcnflon trip. KrlfvUnK (lie br*t fur maximum cnjoyniciit.—Adv. Graduates Asked To Call For 1946 Class Books Classboolts of the Naugatuck High school class of ISIG are now available at. the high school office, it was announced today by class secretary Margaret Baldwin, Members of the class may call for the books at the office morn- Ings from 9 to 12 o'clock and afternoons from 2 to 4:30 o'clock, with the exception of Saturdays. The classbook is dedicated to Mrs, Anna Gibbud, teacher of ancient history. —For vurrttlon frthlilont*. alion Ht Bu- lilmrl'H. NiuiciHurk'H I'linlilnn On \vhloh for iniiny yearn liftH btrn o flttlni NauEutuck'i «u>rtciit womn of the minor In pasHinK judgment., .lud^e Neary slati'd .thnt it wns apparent that no evidence had been prusontud In the case that could warrant a conviction. Hn then nolled the churfics ag.iin.sl both men. .Other Cnso In tlio case of Henry Boylo, 17, of -1^ BiKhop street, Wat erbury, charged with opCrntinK a mntor vehicle so as In cause death and operating without n license, Judco Hca found -the youthful defendant not (,TJiHy on the important ch.ii-ffrt and he was fined $8 and costs on. the latter charge. Mrs. Elsie Pantzer, Former Resident, Dies On Long Island Local residents were Rricvod today to learn of the death of Xfiw. Elsie Pantzer of West Island, Loiitf Island. Mrs, Pantzer who died yesterday afternoon, is survived by her husband, Fritz Pant?.cr: a daughter, Juanila; a son, Siegfried; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georj?e Berlin of Crown street; and two sinters, Mrs, Dorothy Morton jf Carrol) street, and Mrs. Marie arrln of Flushing, Long Lsland. Mrs. Pantzer will be buried Friday, 2 p, m., in Babylon, LonR Island. You Work Hard To Make A Dollar You Work Harder To Save A Dollar Make Saving- Easy! 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