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Page Two NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS,"WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1941 EDDY DUCHIN AND BAND GUESTS ON COCO-COLA HOUR Hoflton, Oof., a!)— 'SsvlriK will ho lnr, 11 Hays Imnd lender Kddy Ddohlrt, whoso bund svlll occupy HIM "SpotllKlil Hands" iiroKi'fJius m-xl Friday dvonlns (Xnvfunlmr 7 at 10:15 p, rn. via Mutual, Yunkee- Oolonlal nntwork stations In New Male Nurses Want Rank As Officers Uoslon, Oct. 2tt—(UP)-- Whether Army Mkcs il or not, I he. ..American Nurses' Assoriullnn wants Us mule nurses Kiven uquul rank with women nurses, Nathaniel ii. Wooding of New York, chairman of the Mon Nurses sod Ion, siilrl at, the association's c(»nvenl,i'OM ye.slerday that a woman nurse lias an army rank of second lieutenant, "While, a male nurse t who lias the same professional rank ' must enlist without commission and Is harreij from officers' privileges," Eskimos Eye U. S. Navy Patrol Plane Hcivoc/y, MUSH.-horn Urn-bin bn- HOVO.M tlio war han somelhInK I" (lo with thp loiiliw down ul' 1 missy Hwlng. He JUSOH p»!0|»lo wanting mu- Hlc a tlUif! morn peaceful and a III- tlf! less noisy lhan tin 1 blaslinx ol' wlJlllwy, Tho ,'tt-yonr-old pianist and baton Nvleldm' will bn one of many Moslon /riUHlolariH to Hppnm- n/i the new (Irtlly HwldH. Muyho Dur.hln's hlrlh- (lay (April I) had somclhliiK to do >ylUi his H la rll UK out. to In- a phar rnaolnt and suddenly swiUIHiiiiK '< jfia'oHlrn ami uoo pianist. Anyway did K''adual<! I'rom Iho Mas- STARTS SUXTKNCIC Uoslon, Oct. 2',)—(UPJ—Itohorl I-1 Hums. MS, of New York, J'orniei IMngliam resident, slai-led a 2 ! /u to :• yi-ar sentence in Slate 'Prison loda.v al'ler pleading guilty Lo charges of atli'jiipllMK to extort $10,000 from J'uirlval ii. Kvans, Wake Held shoo manufacturer. Hae-husettH .'1 028, but ho HIM board pharmacist . olli'Ko of IMuinnaoy Ii was too young If) la exanis as a registers . . which was a bit Junk for thousands of dance funs USED FURNITURE CASH and CARRY Ranges, Washers, Full Size Bed, Drib (Baby Sulkeys, 98c), Pelt Base Remnants (25 sq, yds), Room Heaters, $5,98; Kitchen Stools, 98c, NAUGATUCK FURNITURE CO. Ltf SOUTH MAIN' STHKKT throughout Hie, nal.ion. At. IliaL point in his career I'Cddy decided lo try a bit of Ill's unique piano slyln with Iho loc-al 'Uoslon bands. fie was flrsf. IV.aturud as a "flash" pianlsl. by i.tet'1, Lowe at Bos- loirs Mold Staller. l-Youi thoro on liiKihlii's rises was steady and sure. A few weeks aKO, the. one.time jihar- maeeuMoal-sludenJ, brought I)is band back from' a two months' stay al I he riopaoabana in Ilio de Janeiro, wliere the lieveriy pianist-batonem 1 d.ih(!overed tho "Saml>a, M which IK. says some day will replace th rhumba as- America's favorite Lul.ii American danc.e. Uuehin's band will be one of six lop-llltflil. dance, bands InaiiKuratl (he llrsl. week of the KlanL :l 18 Slu- >n Muliml, flooa Cola "Spotlight Hands" series. The protfrains a heard Mondays through Saturdays it 10:15 p. m. via WAAM, Hoston, uid \2 other Vanl\(!0-nolonj/fil not- work slations In New .l-ln^land. Kay k'yser starls the series on November Itrd, followed on successive ivwhls by (luy Lombardo, Sammy Kaye, Tommy Dorsuy, Uddy .'lUichin and finally by an as yet unknown hand («i the gala full one-half hour program on Saturday, November S. The Saturday night bunds will be chosen each week on Iho basis of the fas test selling recording during the week. JfflOSEVELT AND LEWIS DISCUSSED MAKE HIM PROVE IT (Detroit .;News) "1 am France! cries-Petairu But?a« hboz(«&s&ki tio Parifan^nl^&xou "OH n't, lirdicT"-a'".whole 'nattmrVlike At an unidentified Hudson Bay Post a U. S, Navy. PBY, planei o.tKe North Atlantic, Patrol comes,.ln for close scrutiny by Eskimos. The iiatives'have seen 'btiher planes'beforerbut'' they are '-hopeful the crew may have some tin cans to spare which can be converted into weapons or utensils, This is a U. S, Navy photo.' FELT HATS 1JV HAM, it HAM, YOU ONtt LINK WU)I CAN KM ML SiUAHT IN 01*' OUH NHVV FALL OK MILT UATS IN NAIWOW 1W1.MS OH J'llHJKl) AT Opiw $325 .SutnrtlH.v Mv i) o'cloc Uulll WE ARE NOW PREPARED FOR YOUR INSPECTION OF OUR NEW FALL LINE OF HAND-TAILORED NECKTIES AT THE OLD PRICE OF 50c R U BINC AlKN'S & J10VS' J^^ CO.MPLKTIi OUTFIT'I'KHS' •Ida' ciiimr.ii ST. Social and Personal JIALMUVK'KiV I».AI{TY Tho Ladios AW Society of. St. Paul's lOvangolical (Jhurcb will hold a liallowo'on party in UK; basement, of Ihu ciiurcii l ( 'riday evening, October {Jlst, at 7:30. H(!frtislimt!nts will bo served and an unjoynblo ove- ning is uiil.icipattul. All inernburs and Iheir friends aro invited to attend. VISITING MOTH IS It Mrs. Coulson S. Squires of Madison s visil.ing her rnotlier, Mi's. Murlha Iluburd of \Valnut street. MIOTUItMfll) TO CLKVICLANO John ,1. Hakor of Cle.vcdand, Oliio, las roturned homo after visil.ing his mrcnts, Air. and Mrs. Frank Maker of High struct. U5TUHNS TO SCHOOL AlbcM't Robinson ( son of Mr. Mrs. AlberL Robinson, of Cliff sL lias returnod to his •• studies a I, tliuivcrslLy of Connecticut a spending a few .days with parents. and l,hc his .l.ASINSKMtlC.lltill Tho wedding of Miss Grace Richer of North Main street, Union -City, daughter of. Iho lulu Mr, and .Mrs. Napoleon Hlchcr of Woonsoukofc, II, I., and Stanley Jasinski, son of Mr. and Mrs. -.'Joseph -lasinski, of 5!) Spring slrecl, will lake place SatLirtlay al 9 A. M. at SI. Mary's Church. IH.N'ftAGKMENT ANNOUNCE!)' Mr.^ and . Mrs. .Krank. F.alek of 50 Bridge slrcel announce the engage muni of their daughter, Re'gina, lo Andrew Hoxuni o!.' Walnut street-ox tension, Walerbury. YVOOD-HAUiVliYlEH The .wedding of Miss LOUISP Baummer, daijgnlor of Mrs. Charles .1. • Baumrner of I'Melcl street, to \Villiatn K. Wood, son of Mr. am Mrs. William Wood of Prospect Look place in .the Congregational, Church Saturday afternoon at 5:3CK The Hev. Edward It. 1-lance, pastor, oflloiated. Mrs 1 . ISvelyn Hawkins was matron of'iionor and Robert NVpod, hj i othor-ot' tlie bhiv.iegroom, served as bos I. man. The Jjrldo was prcUily attired in a street length 'royal blue velvet gown with duhonnet accessories, and wore a corsage-of gardenias. Mer attendant wore a brown vel.vcf;' gown with brown- accessories, A reception for l,hc •immediate, families followed at Stra'Lton's ' Restau- r'airt. Tho couple \vill reslfcle on Field street upon their return from a wedding trip. PATIBiYr AT HOSPITAL •Wl'Mlnrn Kancnberg of -lillrnwood slreel is n.palionl at the Walerbury hospital, where he. recently utidoj 1 went an operation. FILLS UP TONIGHT Do tills—Try 3-purpose Va-tro-nol. It (1) shrinks-j-swoJie'n. membranes, (2) soothes irritation, (3) relieves transient nasal congestion . . . And brings greater breathing v^V^i, comfort. You'll like yirirc 'v JP it. Follow directions in folder. VATROMOl TAX. ISNUAIEKATIOiV 1 Andrew O'Toolo, 'Joseph. Smiih, ( Joseph IN'cnl and .Waller Krxy.kpwsl>l' havo been appointed -by Warcleii 'Loo': J. 13 i-o p 11 y [lo ia'lj-o . Lh c ' old- age Lax-, onurncratlon .whjoh will /include nil residents of tho -borough.' • bol-weon Lhn ftKOs of 2! and CO'as'of October :!, :IO/.I, All aro. subject Lo a $3 (.ax and it Is cxpccted i that the onumorutlion will be completed by December 1. ... . . JIAIiVEST HOI» < The . committee in cluirgc of the senior l-larvcsL Hop to bo hold Thursday evening in ,_ the high school assembly . hall consists o'f Tl'jornas. P. Roilly, chairman, with Douglas Thurstoi.i anil Jane Baldwin as assistants. OUiers on the cominittoo tiro: 'Botty ft .van, Rohei-t Siithorland, Wdwhr Ten-ill, Shh'iey AVobei-, Phyllis .lohnspn, BlUy'I-Ialf \vlelc, George Bayllss, Phyllis Morris, Ann Brennan, Raymond. I'JiiUc,' Agues Farluis, and Albei't G. Durette.' Music will b'u furnished by Jay Burke and his orchestra. The admission will be 45 coals plus a Lax of 5.cents. .It is expected'tha'tv.there will 'he-a large attendance and a good time for everyone. UKIOGtt TOLMNEY -TOMORHOW : Second I'ound matches in the duplicate bridge' tournament will be plnycd at the 'Mop Broolr club tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. : .The Pro.tcctivo ' AssocJaiion of the Naugniuck lloso and 1-look and Ladder- C6mp;my will be held at Bo- LeJTs Tavern in Bantam on Satu/'day evening. Krank Madden -is cbaii'mnn, of the arrangement committee 'and tie will be assisted by Raymond P., JDoogiu'i an'cl Frank MuleskJ'. • • > • • b— ' ' ' ' •' ' : o OBITUARY :0 "MATTIIKW- SHIDPLKY The funeral of Matthew Sljcploy, 38, : of Maple Hill road, Union" City, who died Sunday night was held 1 h'is .morning from the BuckmJillcr funeral' Home, 22 Park place,' at. 8:30,, lo St. Mary's Church, where n. olomir high mass was celebrated al oc]^ by the Rev. .John MeBri- irty, assisted hy the Rev. Josopfi; vochunas as deacon and the Rev. lornas Griilln as sub-deacon. Mrs. Albcrtinu O'Donnell presided the organ and rendered 1 "Abide •With 'Me, 1 '.-.as. the processional, "Pie .'Jesu 11 al, the, offertory .' and "Lead Kindly Light 1 !- as the recessional. Bearers were-: Andrew Ambrose,' •John and Edward : GrickJb, Michael Rich,: John- Hines and Thomas' Neii_' gan. Burial \vas in SI, James' Cemetery,, with.'the Re v . McBriarty conducting: the committal services. r, (J|y nn A YM ONI) C LA Walshiiigton, Oc't. '• 29.—The issue between- President Roosevelt and John b.! Lewis 'is whether labor sliall .strike as usual on national defense work during an emergency. Lewis is attempting to stick to his normal .policy of striking as usual. This Captive mine strike is a continuation of a long battle with the sleel companies which own the mines. Probably % per cent- of the miners -In these Captive mines •belong to the United Mine Workers. Lewis is trying to get a closed shop in these mines as he has in the bulk of the bituminous industry. Although 'the sleel companies have been lighting l,he closed shop up and down the line, the United States Steel Corp, board of directors late yesterday agreed lo place the question in the hands of the national mediation board, solely because of the emergency. The. government' stepped in and took over the Kcarny shipbuilding yards owned by U. S. Sleel because the management would not. yield lo an arrangement which would have amounted ,to a modilled closed shop. Steel likewise refuses now to give in to'an;-outright closed shop In its coal mines: and tho other steel com- •panies ; arc taking the same stand. They consider this light a test, feeling if-they'give in to the miners J,hcy will- then have -In light a demand for a closed shop from (heir steel workers. • Those are the lines in the industrial war. It is-a continuation of the fight between capital and labor, with Lewis seeking new territory and more power and capital struggling to fight back the invasion. Lewis has special reasons for desiring a spec!He triumph now. He is in trouble in the C. 1. 0., and will have to make a desperate fight lo hold bis power at the C. 1. 0. convention, next month. A victory over- the steel'compfinies now would help him then. The steel companies have : their usual interest in resisting the advance of labor or- anizalion. 'Furthermore it is easier for them to sit tight Dow. They mow . the public is short-tempered about strikes against defense. They know public wrath will-turn against the strike regardless of other considerations. This rescues the steel companies from' having to make concessions which might be necessary in normal times. THE KENNEDY STORE Vogue says: Wear Light -Shades in dresses. We have them. Feather weight Flannels in lovely shades, of \: Gold, Rose, Blue, Green. S i z e s — 14 to 42. Priced 1 at $5.95. Classified Advertising Wanted t IS ARRESTED ON • Washington, Oct. 29.—(UP)—Wil- Unm M. ELxol, 2.1, employe of the Gienn-L. Martin Co., Baltimore', bns b,ccM arrested by agents of. .the 'Feel- era! Bureau of Investigation on charges ol 1 "numerous acts of sabo- tagC ( directed against bombers," the justice • department announced today, ' . ; •.'..... <A native of Bal'timorc, Etclcl is the son of German parents and has been employed al the aircraft company since August, 1939, officials said, , • 01re'elor .]ohn /Edgar 1-1 oover said Etzely. had admitted sabotaging planes which- were being inanufac- turcd'Xor the army x . EUot confessed \hal he 'was "mo-. Uvaled by -a desire to 'prevent use of these bombers against the Axis powers, Hoover- said. < Tire -..acts jn question -involved serious damage to the wiring and sig- nalling devices on the bombers. 13U- Bel has also confessed -placing foreign •niulorJaJs in the gaso'Jine. tanks of cc'rUi/i '.planes in nn effort'-to make::tlips'c.;.planes a "d'oatli trap, 11 , Hoover -added. - •• • ' convicted-on the'.charges,'Etxeli faces a possible'IO-yoar sentence and'; up to 910,000: fine for each act of: sabotage committed, justice oillcials said, i'fle -will ; br> arraigned-before a. iUnited States commissioner at Baltimore today. 'President-Roosevelt .is certainly a i'riend of organized, labor. But he says the needs, of the' emergency come iirst. 'Uninterrupted production goes = ahead ol! every other question. . Talk' it out, but Keep on working-. ; That -is his . position. It ; is the 'only position he can take. '• 'After; all, .his Navy 'Day speech was a virtual announcement; that a state of underlared war exists between the United States ami Germany. He said! the shooting had started. He said he would not take it lying down. He said he will pull our oar. until Miller is destroyed. He committed the United Stales for the duration. Obviously these arc not normal times. We have shown that in •countless ways. .The government -is Jlxing prices. : It is tolling business men what they cannot manufacture and what they must manufacture. If a business man balks, Die government can seize bis plant/ Donald Nelson shut down a'juke box plant the oilier day because Ihc manufacturer was operating on bootleg materials. With all of this, with •conscription in effect, can labor expect to continue strikes as usual? Can labor tie up defense work any more than a manufacturer can by refusing to -do defense work and shutting down his plant? HELP WANTILI) KKMAI-E—We pay you $5.00 for selling ten $1,00 boxes. 50 beautiful assorted name imprinted Christmas cards sell $1,00—your* prolH 50c. Free samples. Cheerful Card Co., 28KR, While Plains, N. Y. 10-29-cHx AVAILABLE NOW — Attractive 1- family house, 1) rooms, den,, sun parlor, ball)',, new oil burning furnace, fireplace, hardwood. Jloors, 2-car 'garage, extra'/large'-.lot \vlth beautiful Irees'and'shrubhery. Rent $75.00'per month... -C.onior Waterbury road.-,and -RaUner avenue. (Bristol _-Terrace.) .' Phono. Gam Theater, Naugaiuck \2tWi between 1:00 and 9:00 P. M.'• . 10_2r)-dG Lout LOST — Hunk Hook No. 4!>220 CHI NuugaLuok Savings Rank ha* been lost. Any : person . having claims on said b'ook Is called up,- oii 'to present tho same tp the bank within two s months or tli.o same book will. be declared can- 1 celled and extinguished, • and-') a. new. one Issued in lieu thcre- of. Dated at Nuugaluck, GbnYi., October 21), liMl,.' Nov; T##6 WANTEO — Full lime, driver for local food store. Apply TUT-HOW- ski's -Food'Store, Cherry street. Telephone 2217. . ': dO-24-aC CAItMEN'S, Custom Tailor. Gouts shortened, GO cents; .dresses shortened 30 cents. Top coats and overcoats $10.50 up. /Phone 4957. 147 South Main street, Kaugatuck, ' •'. 9-2Uf That has been the question for several months. Lewis bus only dramatized it and forced it to a spectacular showdown. Three times the President of the United States has asked him to keep his miners at work. He has, refused to do so unless the steel companies meet his terms. Is Lewis going to be the sole judge of whether the coal and steel industries operate? England has had to get rid of the strike for the duration of. the war. H was done by agreement^between management and. 'labor. Lewis Is creating a situation which is going to make the same thing necessary here. Labor leaders c»n avoid government restrictions now only by exercising self-restraint and a sense; of responsibility for keeping their men at work. GBNtiltAL TRUCKING Hard, seasoned and ijrecu wood for sale in sto.ve and fireplace lengths. Also sand, stone, gravel and loam. Hemlock plants. 'Phone Waterbury 4-1857. -Y !0-23dG AN ALL-STAR EVENT ALBERT'S OCTOBER - OPPORTUNITY SALE! A whole house-full, of furniture for only $385. Yes, 'a 1942 • Bengal Range is included in •addilio'n lo the Kitchen. Set, metal cabinet, rug, silver set, dishes, Living Room ^SeL, rug, lamps, end tables, coffee table, Bedroom Set, boudoir chair,' bed lamp's, rug, spring 'and mattress. '.Small" down payments . . . tine and one-half years to pay the balance. Call -'i-.'il-i/r for "Courtesy Auto." We will bring you to our store and take you home. No obligation on your part.. Open any evening for special evening appointment. LOST — KankHook No " Naugatiick ' Savings bank Han been lost. . Any person^ having claims on said book IsVcalled ML$~ on to present the sanie 'to -the bank \vli bin two mo'nths. or t!i(| same book will be declared ".'c-i«j- celled and extinguished, and v a new one Issued i)i llou Uicrp- of. Dntcd at "Naugatuck, " Conn;, October 27, 1041; To Rent TO KENT -r Six-room h bnsc garage. All Improvements. quire 74 Highland avenue. '•••" nttd For Sale FOR SALK—SWIDIvT CIDER— pressed <laily from sound apple'fl'. Get yours for Hallowe'en at W 1 . "P. Schlldgen's Cider.. Mill on the"New Haven road. Also custom pressing. FOH SAL12—A - 1 ) burner N.few'Pcr- fecUIon oil stove In good eomlL Hon.- Call 3000- for further m a lion. 'J on • ga- FOK SALK—2-famUy* 10-room on May r street, $4,500;- 2- J2-room house oir Goen . 3-car garage; G-room' house Ncttleto'n avenue;-\vilh 2_car' rage, $4,700. . J;ohn. Hcaly, Church street. Tdleplione 5031;, . .-••--. 10-25-d6x FOR SAr>li>—Fully equipped jjrocc^y sl.orc and one family house, 4 car garage. Very reasonable price. Broker's protected. Apply 3G Olive St., Naugaiuck.' Tel. 2498. J0-24d6 ALBERT'S Waterbury Est. 1911 ; Open Wed'. & Sat. Kves. 10-20-2wks A delicious and refreshing drink . *. with life, sparkle and taste that everybody likes. That's ice-cold Coca-Cola. It's one of the pleasant things of life ,,. pure, wholesome refreshment. tOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OP THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY.'" OOOA-OOLA BOTTLING COMPANY, WATERBURY, CONN. Do .you believe that: All. red- 'headed ^people: 'have bad tempers? -•Fat; people : are. almost .-invariably jolly? 'Square-jawed: people ;are 'es- : ,pecially courageous? A rattlesnake. always .rattles before -'he strikes? The right way to -lift fa 1 rabbit is'-by :the ear? .-; If so, ; you may ;be inter-. ested; to learn, that Br ; ;Williarh 'S. .Walsh (in ; "Making- Our' Minds Be- havn' ') -calls , jth'ese ..popul'a r beliefs .treasured by rnankirid-— a'iid/ many "other's like them— '.'mental rubbish." 'VTHey .'become,'^ says^ Dr. Walsh, ''furniture' '^or our .rninds" chiefly through- our' Jazy : habit; of ^-taking, Without 'scrutiny, what we s .are j- told;, and particularly what we read," After Your Bowling: Stop at ROBINSON'S OPEN ALL OTGHT Booths.— Ladies' Rest.Room Entrance You trust its quality ' •* '. •:.- • • * l . i ™ ' Discovery of Okapi 'As far back <as 1883 the Okapi was described -ito Henry Stanley by the African N Pygmies as~the O-api. It was first-caprured.by Sir H. H. John?s\on in 1900Cand was { named Okapia Johnston! in • h'is honorr* PERSONAL SERVIOE 22 PARK PL AGE Telephone 4510 . THIS IS THE TIME And Here Is the Place Used Car Specials 1937 OLDS COUPE Thoroughly Reconditioned Price reduced to $345 THE NAUGATUCK PUEl Co. FORD — MKRCURY . LINCOLN — Opening 1 Evenings — ;: Metal Ceilings Gutters, Leaders, ''JPinntnjT, Roofing and Furnace Work. . JAMES BAKER i Telephone ;2555 St.'-. . .NndibajLuek. Conn. SALE— Wood, seasoned, haril. wood for stove, furnace or /JH?place. Apply Fred Jolly, Pond Hill, ! or' call Waterbury 5-WOfcv-V' For Your Comfort und Stop »t tlie -CENTRAL HKAUTV SHOP or phone 2980 for inonl,- G O«Jc Sireoi. all Improvements. Lot 'J50. Must be sold. Asking 5 room one family, house on vllle Aye. Vacant at prqscnt. Priced, very reasonable. A. Shepley. Tel. 2-i33. ' . ; FOR SALE—A 10-room 2-fiunlly house, location High street, K3.200. A 13-room 3-family house, Mca4- ow street, $8,500. A 6-t'ooHi l-farq~ lly and i3-room 2-famlly houie on Meadow street, $12,000, A .14- room 3-famJly house On Carroll street, $7,800. A 7-robrn 1-famlly house and garage on, the street la town, $7,500; 'if you to buy, build' or sell, see Labrfbla,' your realtor, 172 High street -or Tel. 34. r >8. .- ,:'•• Ball* Cost 1130,000. The 16 -baseball teams. In Ameri- canarid National leagues; user'in an * ayerage'"seaj5ohi approxirtlately-105,- OOQr baUs, which cost about^130,000; SPECIAL RENTAL OFFER New $3.00'' : per ROSE & MORTON^ 4jl'LeftvcnAvbrlh St.

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