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Wednesday, October 29, 1941
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NAUGATUCK CADET PROGRAM CHIEF GORMLEY WARNS YOUNGSTERS VANDALISM WILL NOT BE TOLERATED The Weather Pair, Cold Tonight, Thursday Cloudy, Warmer, A Paper For The — Home — Clean and Reliable Vol. XLVI, No, 313 NAUGATUCK DAILY .NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1941 Price Three Cent; COVERING —BEACON FALLS BETHANY BRISTOL TERRACE COTTON HOLLOW MIDDLEBURY MILLVILLE PLATTS MILLS POND HILL STRAITSVILLE UNION CITY EXTRA POLICE ON DUTY FRIDAY NIGHT Willful or Malicious Destruction of Property Will Not Be Tolerated MANY CHILDREN ABUSE PRIVILEGE OF "OPEN 1 HOUSE'' 4 , Parents Advised To Warn Youngsters of Possible Prosecution Hartford Soldier Accidentally Shot Mrs. F.D.R. Waves Away Cameramen Chief John (ioriiih-y of UK oally stated today to Tim Hally NOVVM Hint luj- svoulil not counton- unoe vandiillsm of any nature on Krlday evening, Hallowe'en by youngsl-drs of the borough In their usual pranks and fun enjoyinl on the fostlvn occasion, (lood, whuln- HOine fun for the r-hlldren Is their prlvllntfu and hurlUmco, he said, bill, ho or the members of bis force, will not tohu-uU) any willful or mu- lloloiis destruction of property. The nblef said lliat ox Ira patrolmen would be. on duly Krlday evo- nbiK and that youths who practiced vandalism that night would bo takun Into (Histody with possibilities of prosecution in accord with tho law. The days of holstlnw a cow or an old "lniiwy" to tho top of a ohuroli stdople, ptislilUM 1 ' over. outhousot-t, olo, huve pust but * many young- HUM'S Htlll practice the art of removing Kates, I ear I UK down fences, olittlntf (Uothesllues, breaking Htreet lights, etc. und (.'.hlnf Ciormlcy warns them that such actions aro a sor- IOM.M offense. llnsiduiils of the borough held opi-u hotisn for tho youngsters In yoars past, ontorlahdiiK them l>y various iiielliods and supplying bountiful tables nf frulls, uamlles, oookh'S, etc,, for their enjoyment, Many of the uUI/ens Imvn dlsron- enterlalnlnK the youngsters l-Ulwarils, Mass., Oct. 20.— (HI 1 ;—-I'vt. Stanley M. llbrsl, of .Hartford, Conn., a member of Hat- ti-ry C!, iOKtli Coast Artillery antiaircraft, was wounded critically today by a battery mate In an accidental shooting. llorst, a seluoteo, was struck in the chest by a bullet from a rille being cleaned by I'vt. Anthony Yol- laiio of New llavei't, Conn., in the I'iattery C supply room. Post hospital authorities notillud llorst's parents. WE FITZGERALD INJURED IN FALL LAST EVENING of William KlUgoralcl, proprietor the. l''ltxg(!ral,d Ktino.ral Home at i#0 North Main .strcMit. Union City, was jjalril'nlly in.lurnd last evening J'n u fall In Ihci (IrosHinan bloc.k. If Is lul'l. leg was I'l-udturud In two places find ho also sul'fored Injuries to his bnok. . . : Mr. I'Mtxgornld-wa.s ultondod by Dt 1 . Kilwln' II. CUirran, who ordered; ;hj«j; Cnmovul to SI .'. ' Ma ry's ' h'os'pl tat.' ' l")r*" (Jurran staled loday that tho extent of iho In.jurloH 1.0 Mr. Kit/.pa tick's haek would not lie. liwrnnd until tho X-ray pleUiroH, takun last night, wen; ile ' X S <sr " i Mrs. Franklin Defense D,' Roosevelt seems to. be. waving the •/•"-, C. P. Phoncphot* tireless, ncvys photographers out "of heir. Civilian co: in Washington 'where .they gathered 1 - to. ,-maIce pictures of: the Kirs t Lady and- : her ituesrL . ., ,, .-•..- •-. ..;; •-.;'.; .the-.;DiiclTeas; of •.Wjnda'of.. -HnftV v.y ', •'• v .:; :': : . . :..,•.,.;•-:• ':- •=:.:-, SAFETY EXPERT HERE TONIGHT ON LABOR DISPUTE Steel Latter six to twolvo hoys aocoptod UiHr hosi'ltullty and on It-uvliiK tho homos dropped "stinkballs," appropriated Hinnl) ornaments on Ilielr way out or aftor leaving the house t)t»mlmril(!d It with ovoi-rlpo votft-.- tablos or c.ublmgr- stalks. Paronts al- lowhiK tlinlr children |o roam Llm town 'on Krlday nlwlil should win- Mou thorn l.o rospi'ot tho pooplo who allow thotn to outer Itmli 1 lionu-s and not uhuso tho prlvllogo. LOCAL WOMAN REGAINS CUSTODY OF HER CHILD Ts'olllo Hlnkus Morallls, of Nail- gatucU, was grunted Iho custody Of n minor child by Judge ,lohn A. Cornell In the superior oourt In \Vn- torbury yesterday In an action brought by Mrs, Mnrnltls against 11or former husband, Joseph Moral|.|s, also of iVaiigntuok, Mr. Morallls was granted the custody of the minor child on May .17, 1IKW, when Mrs. Moral I Is wan given a divorce from her husband on grounds of cruelty. Mrs. Moraltls recently brought action to regain custody of the child claiming that IU best I Micron la would be served by bolng uiulor her caro, Mrs. Moraltls was granted custody of Iho child, dopundlng upon several conditions, one oi' which was that the child's father he. allowed to visit It at all reasonable times, Gerard U Neefus of Ihn Safety Promotion Sod Ion of the Motor Vehicle Department will • bo tho Kiiest speaker tonight at the mooting of Ihe Kvenlng School class In Safety. Mr. Noefus will show moving pictures relating Lo '- safe driving, l{(\sldei]l,s over 18 years of.ago lnl.ere.sUul In sensible driving are Invited to attend tonight's meeting, whether or not they wish to .join (he class. The class, hold in tho high school, begins at' 7 p.m., and Mr. Neefus will speak about 7:MO. BRIDGE PARTIES AT MRS. CROWN'S The bridgo. tournament or the iS'augatui'k Women's f'lub will start •Yldiiy, Oclolu'r ,'il, nl, 2 p, m, Tho six sessions of Km loiirnamc'nt wl/ll ie. held at the home or Mrs. Cieorgo Or.onln, ;"iG Rockwell avenue, instead oi' at K. of f!, hall, an pnu'lously tnnouiHHid. Former Represents Corporation and the Mine Workers MEETING IS BEIN^a HELD IN WASHINaTON Dispute Is Over the Union's Demand for Union Shop Conditions Judge Fined For Neglect Of Duty b'arrningtoiv Mo.,' Get! "29—(U.P).~ Miiniuipal .l.udtfo It'i-aiilc M'. ^Deering;, ,'{(), of Armington, pleaded g'uiUy to nes'leutxOf duty and paid a $300 line in Superior Court today. " : Two other indictments, charging lurooijy by embex/JomenL uiiLl/i'orfi fe it LI re of (hies, were nol pressed. ': At the same time, Uetfistei^of L 3 i;ol bate Kenneth, A. IVolliilns. 'pleaded guilty Lo negleoL of duty and was lined $100. FOR ELEGTION OF C, OF C. DIRECTORS NKT 1NCHKASK 1UCIH)HTKI) Portland, Me., Clot. 29.— (UP)— The Maine Clontrai Railroad today reported net Income of $PUk>'i For Scplnmltur conlrastod with n L ol 1 JJiHS.WJS for Soplomhoi 1 .10-10, Meetings Tonight and Tomorrow Rotary 01 ub I'Mnal plans for Armlsllco Day will bo mado at a mooting of tho local VuturatiH 1 council which will bo hold Thut'Hdny ovonlng at 8 o'clock at lioblUHon's clbior, South Main street. ThoO(|oro Hinokloy will -preside. All ruomboi'9 ara urged to attaml, Tho/regular monthly meeting of Iho Naugatuok Day Nursery association svlll bo bold Friday morning, Ootobor 31, at tlio Nursery.- OOTOUKU IH Naugatuok Day Nursery Aasooln tlon Beauon Vnlloy Oraugo SOCIAL and PERSONAL TOIW CANDY PLANT Tho American • Home Department of the Naugutuok Women's Club toured the. plant of tho Petor Paul dandy Company this afternoon. IHUVINC CLASS MKKTS The auto driving class sponsored by Mrs. Clortrudo M. Madden, director of adult education, will hold Its second session In tho high school building this evening at 7 o'clock. Tliirly-hve students reported for tho first sesnibn at which Instructions wore given by Edwin Miller of the high school faculty. AHMISTIdti DAY PLANS Theodore Hlnokloy, chairman of, the . commit too of tho Naugatuek Veterans' Council, has called a mooting of his committee for tomorrow, ovonlng at S o'eloeV in Robinson's Diner on South Main street. -Fur-; thor. plans Cor. tho annual ^observance, of -Arrn&tioo' Day will be made at: tho 8ey3lOU,' ••.-•• IJ.v ,1A MISS (United Tress Stall' (JorrcspoiidnnO Washington, Oct. 20.—(UP)—Myron C. Taylor, a .director 'of -the U. S. Stool Corporation, m'ot John Li Lewis today n few hours after ho discussed tbe lab.or in tin: stool Industry's captive, coal mines with-President Roosevelt' at a night \Vhlte Mouse .conference'. Tbe meeting between"', the chieC of tbe United Mine.' ^vN'orkers and the Steel Company olllcial, who is : Mr. Uoosovelt's special, emissary to: the. Vatican, was at the Mayflower Hotel. f t'bc conference m(iy'1)0 ona of labor's llnal opportunities .during tho national' oiiiorgoticy -to go vol-. untarily to the mediation''table. • The meeting lust "iHgh't between Taylor and Mr. volt was an- noimeed by the White House a half: hour after the Taylor-Lewis mooU ing started. Stephen T. Warty, the; President's secretary, said '.that, \V-il-' Ham II. Davis, chairman of the'de- fense mediation l>oard,. ajs.o, .iil-tgn,- ded that 'meeting. -No rupros.onta- tlve of Lewis' Union was present. Aside from ' disclosing that the •meeting occurred .'InsI,- night, Kurly could give no details, explaining that he ooul'd''not'.say bow "long Taylor and Davis - were with -Mr., llooscvolt. "The .President last .nlglit. saw Taylor and Davis,":. ;he said. ".Tho reason was that Taylor came ' to- town, called the President and asked If he could come in for a talk. The President said yes and that Js how it happened. ' + . "There was no secrecy, there was nothing wo tried -to eonceat. 1 ' Th,o White House had no further oomm.ent on the captive 'mine situation. 'Early said .merely that Mr, Roosevelt still. had - had u no reply from Jolin L.' Lewis to lite third request that the .United Mine. Workers reopen tho captive, mines. .: It -was. assumed, however, that Taylor informed: • Mr. .Roosevelt •about the action of the board of the U. S.' 'Steel 'GorporfU'lon,: Avhose • su^ sldlarles operate tnc.ny of tb.e .captive mine's, in deciding to leave, the (Jisputo to a' "final determination.'^ by tlic modl.ation-•.'board:. '.''. ;..' . v : ' .If the confereiicc: does not nrinj?. (Continued. SWEATERS NEEDED FOR CHRISTMAS FOR SERVICE MEN . . Primary Ballots were mailed to 'the niembors -of tho Nausatnck :Chamber of Commerce. ' today for 'l-hc' election of four directors. The direet'ors wlrnse terms oxnire nrc J:ospph Carlson, W. M. GhiUcmlon, .W. 11. Moody., and V. N. Po.l;crson, Those continuing In • of/Ice'arc W. 0, Boies,, If. P. Baldwin, ,1. J3. Caskey, L. A,, Dibble, C, E. Jones, 13. M. Koeler, H.;R. Perry, '.T. IS. Tnlbot. From vthe eight names " receiving the highest, number of_votes in the Primary election next Monday, Nov. 3rd, 'four "'directors' will be chosen in the election on November JO til. 'The primary ballots should lie returned to. .the Chamber office not later than 7. o'clock next Monday. The NaugaUick Chapter, Americai Hod Cross, 1ms received-.a -requos for 24 sleeveless swcritors, to''. .made immediately. The sweaters will 1 bo used as Christmas- sji'tsM the United States soldiers and sailors.- As the help.-of. all who arp .able* to kn.i't sweaters' is .urgontb needed, they are asked to volunteei their services and call at- the-. Ret Cross Chapter, house for yarn.- .; HERE ON FRIDAY . The public schools of NaLigatuck will be closed; '-'on Friday o.f 'this week t'o allow' instructors'' to attend Lhe annual teachers' bo.nventidns. AH day training ••institutes will be in session in Wa te rb u r y . a nd . .IS T e w IJ'b iW don to instruct -the,, soiiopl ^"cafeteria workers on ' the- propcr'/AyeJI- balanced men us J'oi- ..the- active -phiJ-' dron wb o patronixa. .Llicir r cqiin ie'rs; or lunch 'rooms;; '••;;'':., ' t '"M^.-'. : UNION FORMED BY .- •riartfp.rd, Conn., Oct.. 20—(UP-)— 'The: Connecticut State- Employees' Association : today organix'ed as an jndopendent union incorporated . un- de'r 'state laws.. Harlicr this month,' .tho" union's ••charter as a membei* of the.' American Federation of -Laboi wns;. revoked 'because of.- non-payment, of;.'assessments. • ' . •/ Members of. the association "include mainly employees : of .tbe State Motor•'••.;Vehicles and High Departments, "Unjvc'rsity of and i\orwic'b State Hospital. Mass Meeting Of Local i Citizens At Elks Last Night Largely Attended NAZIS SAY THEY ARE NEARER ROSTOV TODAY Claim They Have Blasted Their Way Through Defenses of Crimea FIERCE CONTINUES ON THE MOSC'OW FRONT Two Hold-up Men Got About $500 In Store 28.—(UP)—Holdup ingenuity anil lem- two robberies ' last, Soviet Reports Indicate Russians Have Launched Sharp Counter-Attacks BICDROPIN Hy .TOE ALEX MOIIHIS (United Press Fore I (in News-Editor) German forces -.reported today Mint they have blasted' 'their way Ui rough thc : dofcnses. of. Crimea and are .driving Uieir ."lines .closer . to Rostov,!- while .the- Ms'bco.w front eiMip^d^..diesplte^jjiUl''\yqali.h'ci^. ii .w)th fresh>-nttacfts''"])^ 1 'the''deVmVlns' and sharp Soviet . counter-attacks; The entire Russian 'front, was in action • from Leningrad, • where Soviet sorties were reported'to h/.ivo recaptured four villages, to Crimea and to the Kerch '• Narrovys .which were under Naxi. aii' attack and llostov at the bond of- the Caucasus approaches whore German troops wore said to be within iO or 15 miles of the city and a.ttu'pking furiously. •..-.. Soviet reports indicated that sharp counter-attacks have been launched in the Moscow se.ctor, particularly at MaloyarosluvcU and/. iMoxhaisk while the Germans wora'giving renewed aUenUoiv to -their salients north and south of : the capital. German reports said that;-despite weather which has made all movement, o£ supplies and heavy equipment diJTlcult, they arc increasing their- pressure abound Kalinin and in the direction of Tula, J00 miles soultli oi' Moscow. The Nazi commentator indicated the--German high.' command still hopes to encircle Moscow with a view to attempting to take the city from tbe rear, • The report that German forces only now arc approaching Tula con- Itielcd sharply with a Nazi claim more than Ivyo weeks ago that, Panzer formations had pushed on perhaps 110 miles east-0,1' Tula and possibly indicated that, these German formations ' had been cut off and disposed ofby rearward Russian elements.: - , The Russians- admitted pressure on the Kalinin front but said' that German losses line! been so .heavy ; there, particularly to'the 2Gth Panzer division, thai the Nazis have been forced to halt and- regroup their- units. Tbe Russians • also reported:\ a fresh German effort,'at the southern end of the Moscbyy, front but. located H around-' Orel; 10 miles southwest of the capital! ' In contradiction., of ^German claims that they have been unable to bring large artillery- into .action o» the, Moscow front d.ue to terrain conditions the Russians said that present German attacks vyere .preceded by one of the. heaviest artillery j preparations, of 'the war. remaining t o their Boston, Oct. men displayed perument in night. Two men handed Druggist Max Wallace, -'c'l, a $f)0 hill in his Boston store and % then drew guns when he opened a safe to make change for their purchase of cigarettes, candy and razor blades. Their hnul netted* about $000. Jn AI Is ton, a lone gunman held up Benjamin Nesson", variety store proprietor, and went off in. a huff—with cash- register, and contents—when he spotted onl.y $22 in the till. Speakers and Movies Arouse Great Interest in National Defense COMR. J. E. TALBOT PRESIDED AT THE HISTORIC EVENT Every Member Appointed On Local 1 C'ommittee Attended .Session LE^SLATION b0ADACCn D\/7~ rAUlUjEl/ Dl SEN, BLANSFIELD Hartford, Conn., Oct. 20.—(UP)— Sen. Michael V. Blans/leld, D., Wn- terbury, proposed , today that the 10^3 general assembly enact legislation compelling unions to accept responsibility f o r unauthorised strikes ami contract violations. Furthermore, said Blansflcld, unions., should be forced to make semiannual audits' of their books, annual reports to the secretary of state on their membership, duos, salaries of officials, and that these be made a matter of public record "so that the public would know about the financial affairs of the union." Blansfleld also advocated legislation restricting the amount of payments by a union to its national organization outside the state, and that' "a ceiling should he established on such payments." As to the strike clause, the Senator saifl thai unions "by all means be made responsible as the employer is now responsible for his acts," In another proposal for the legislature, BJansllelri asked that the general assembly authorized tho governor to declare a moratorium on all mortgages after I,ho Nvn.r as a relief to those home owners who flricl themselves unable to keep up their payments. The /Irst meeting of the N;if.fon,il Defense committee sponsored hy Naugatuck Lodge of 12Iks was off to a Hying start Jasl, evening when over 100 citizens of JVnugatuelc gathered iij Elks hall l,o oi'grtnijsc'ami arrange plans for the successful 'cpnducf, of the campaign here to support the governmnef, in its endeavors !,o prepare the nation in its defense against the possibilities' of a foreign invasion. Many members of the Americanization classes, directed by Mrs. Gertrude M, Madfgan, attended the meeting and thoroughly enjoyed the occasion. Thc,Ji}Jksmectlng:was. preceded liv a mcc:cni£ "al^;^yp^cl6c)r ;J of' tfur ;;\nuga<,uck for Plying Cadets, chajrm<ined by Ralph S JMsho, manager of tho Gem Theater! At this mcetiing the committee was instructed in its duties and l,he aims ol. the organization by Mr. Pn.slio f Albert I Prince, city editor of mo Hartford Times, nnd Captain Hobcri; I'Ogg, who was an instructor in •nv.fut.fon in the last World War in addition to Mr. P«sho as chairman, other ofllcers of the group wen' elected, as follows: Vice-chairman' Harold E. Chitl.onden ; snoro)|,-)ry ' William",?. Lalor and John M ' kpiil ney, director of publicity. Those nl, the meeting 1 who wore made .members of the committee are: Mrs.. I2d»m C.'Pennimnn, dofenso chairman of the Nojugatuck Worn' ens Uub; Airs. Catherine M. Madf gun, director of adult educatioj) in the public schools; Airs, iiaxci Guii- npud, representing (.bo American I.c-' fflon auxiliary; Mrs. George ICogut and Mrs. Mary Grancln, representing- the Polish Central auxiliary; Hcrbr-rl M. l^illJ'ngs of Peter Paul, Inc BU- gar li/ckford of Crusader pos(-' Vof- rtrnns 1 of Foreign Wars; Comdr. lu'cderick Trestrail of Naugatuck pose, American Legion, and Warden Leo ,1. Brophy. A I, Mie mass meeting at 8 o'clock, at which Judge Joseph 13. Talbot ENGINEER IN FATAL CRASH IS FINED $100 ..neutrals perilous ISREGORDED TREASURY Washington, Ocl).;.,29:—(UP);—-Government expenses 'and recQip.ts for the current .fiscal 1 •yc'aV;'tiirdugh-'Dcf tobcr 27,' compared \yUli ¥ ; yQa'r aj .This? Year ; , Expenses'•''•' 1>; Lust'Y Year Defense; Spending: A,l:l 7,071 ;O.G0.03': : ;• .-^-y • v •....'."...'V'-'-Ucccip.ijs-:. •2,322,7o8i-l'82i38/ : - ! -'./v-^-'d 13ostqn;,' Ocl:; .20—(UP)~New Eng- ;:sb"jyci;Qct in lh.c.';flrsb hlasts :: "pf. ,.wlnter,;'/'t.o'clay as • freezing :tempcrar /tbrcsnyei'e.-ji'ccbrded in ;n 11 six states 'grees/in 24 ; .bpurs.;. .'..':-.-,• ^.'.',•'/'•' . ^".Th'b'Ay^atlicr^BiJrWu'.'predic.ted- fair at.'G.:30.;.A'.--M;'inr- "•Boston,;-:33^;,?;Portland,.-MQ^: 30; onliri,tied-'' : cold^\v^al,hei^to^ : and'.; ! tonigh.t.;.-'.AV*! i th: warmer •^ .••;.- .•••• v:,.•-.- i-^-:-: o^ ;.;^cq.viclphce;v^R: ii : 1 'I.-, v ••'• ",.,'v-:? :; v (^h lialancQ i^^v-ri^?^ ^2^Ba.r'l;f^^ Concord,' Europe's , fe\v gave attention position today,; The .Swedish,-, foreign minister, •Christian' E. Guentber, told parliament at Stockbolm; -.that. Sweden desires' to ,' s Lay- ; ' out o C, tbe ..war and will meet any. attempt to force her into /it \yitli ;:' armed rcsistan ce, if necessary.. . ..." ',.-.•• "•., • /.,'.. At;' Ankara .Presiden t • Ismat-' Inonu wariicd.' tbe Turks 'that'--, they live on "tbe,. very cdgec of a holocaust" and must be' prepared for' any sacrifice demandeci .by events. ' - • At . Madrm; omciai • Spanish quarters believed that.,all hopes of peace, even if Russia should fall, had been blasted : :lDy ..president Roosevelt's Navy 'Day' address. 1 '; The : Spanish foreign minister,- Ramon Serrano Suner, said; Spain :; was-' prepared to send troops to, the; eastern front il.,neces- Conn., Oct. 20.— (UP) Walter P. Jllbbrird, Wollas.ton, Mass., engineer of a fraigbl train involved in a 'fatal accident May 0 at .East' Hartford, wn,s flnerJ .#100 and given a three-month's suspended jail sentence in superior court late yesterday after be pleaded nolo cbntendere to a charge of criminal negligence. Hibbard's train was in a collis- sion with a switcher operated hy Charles. W. Green, 70, East Hartford, who was injured fatally. State's Attorney . Hugh. M, Alcorn claimed .Hibbard was operating the train at such speed the accident was unavoidable. • •> . John J. Limerick, Dedbam, Mass., fireman in the freight train/ was granted a nolle on the same charge. ' NEW LNVESTIGATOn . (Contlriued on Page: Three) New Haven, Conn., Oct. 9.—(UP)— Edward IT. Kummer, Hamden, today became New Haven county investigator of child .welfare and widows' aid cases; Kum'mer was -appointed late yesterday by the New Haven county commissioners. He .member 'of the Republican committee-. : "'.".. . . '. is a 'town IJrcsldfid. he explained the purpose of the meeting, welcomed the speakers nml others from oul;-ofl.o\vn, anri expressed ills ^raitflcaJJon over nnd expressed his. «rnl,irtc;ill.on over the largo attendance. Commissioner lalbot then introduced Albert I. Prince, who explained the many duties .required of the laying Garrets in their arduous course of tmining before .they received their commissions in the air corps. He -stated inal young men between the-ages of 20 and 26 ore''eligible for en listmcnt in the Cadets;- and urged all youths to serve their country by joining; this most .SinleresUng 'and 'remunerative branch of the government service. Captain Kogg related his experiences in the last great war and explained the operations of the Cadets today. He also, mentioned many branches of the : service to which young men today might aid i« national defense,if they wore not, qualified, for some reason or other, to be accepted-as Plying Cadets. Leo J. Brophy, Warden of tho Borough of Naugatuck,. hearUly endorsed the movement fn the interests of the Flying Cadets and,also, requested the wholehearted cooperation, of the citizens of the borough to assist the Elks National. Defense committee, in . making their efforLs in behalf .of the armed forces of the United Slates an outstanding success. He stated that Naugatuck ; lad never failed in any movement undertaken by its citizens'and he assured them that he was extremely <V>n/klent that they would not fail in their efforts at this timer: \ : Talking plcurcs showing" aiul; relating the... activiU'es of, pur 'air r forces and; also the marvelous ads': vancement, in : our: mechanized for.ces .. were sri own • and greatly^ enjo'yed. ? . ...... , That o<l<l piece ot furniturii. mfflht find a ?r l»> /: if • ybii T 'use the ' oied I u ni. :*••'!. :. ; .'-. •'; '.':' , •::»r

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