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1 ( BEACON FALLS -IANS BEACON FALLS v, n i iMi»mM'l|»Hon board, has.HO- ;| f 1,1 al.l.-M l-o UMHlHl, In Mm !»Ji..n "f " UM1 fpom th(! tt *'* # (rrt .! ...in. imvo not UH yut r«Kr ffi, will hn dlvidnd lnl.6 day* i"* f(Wl ° r ,°, Mly ono - ft ? ilk!' It t'onvtuilnnl. I'm- many lioui'H will. avoid fU'luy In II m -H, i,,. nt UK- ulllho'iir ih« v.iih UuhlxT Shoe Mom pa n y nit all iMitployi'OM HUTU, on e l! ,v 'inornoon .two others will 1 tit.' H<>"i"r IX nronson Unin- .'.i,,,l «HI Monday, nil day, l.ho ^ri-MiMliH tmvirhali, There L suincli'Ml. works's ,p L, no urn- will I'o dolayod . '.mm' 1 '" rector. It I* not, Lht thai Ihnru will hn too many ivKlslrallon, duo lo tlie-fnol- 1 ••* "•••' , ruKls'lrnUon which PAlLT,H^Sg8> New -, "J-lavoi'iM-.and'.; W(t],\t'i'prd, railroad Under a 'po : icy • FEBRUARY, 12, 1942 •took plnijo.liv (.own In Otitohor oj: IMO ( all I.ILOHU I'rom tho' agon of £.1 lo nr> ul Ilia! lltnu wore ""••- 1 " 1 ' >' .Surprise INirly Mr. find Mrs. Stanley Wteniewskl of (.look luno wore guests at' .a 1 -sin 1 - pi'iso-iwHy roaoivlly, tho' Ing .their HiHh- \voclillntf anniversary. They Touolvocl -many, girts.- ' Wipsp prosinit Included Mr, and Mr.s. -Fran- Oultm, Mr. •and" 'Mrs. •Mi*, and' Mrs. nUI, Mi'H, to,: Uulka, "Henry lYItolnvol SKcaomplfwskl, 1 Mr, •J-olin .Mtu'lHty, Mi 1 ; and 'Mrs, -,!. Dloi'r .riuukl, Mr; . irtul Mr*. .-'A; iKo.val.skli Men.' Junu Nolan';'-<Mr, : nnd''Mrs/'W, KovulHkl'mul -dauKhter MrMlul Mrs. Uiolmrcl -Kelly,, I'Moycf QuIrUij, -'iMlHSi A,. Molllhn,, Miv.'mjtl-Mi'H. 1 Adam Xu- kowHkl', .'lr. and 'Mr'n.. J/'llyhl'iVHlu,; Miw M.,MulltiHkl, Mary Mullnskly^Mr. •lincl Mi'f«,. ijiihowlbokl.'-MiV. Grnhlca, •Mrs,-; IT.''IvniltkOHkl Mr. and Mrn. Ot,U> hutuiH, Mrs, A.' Kuxcl and MI-H. V. 'PalmoHkl. Mr', und Mrs, NVIsnlowHk.l .n.re 'Lho iparnntH .of l 1 ^ chllflron, nix hoys and' six Kids. Miss |«'l6i'cnoo W : !snJo\v'Bki IH ,oni{)loyofl in l.ho ^ovornnfnnl. of- •(Icu .hi ^VushliiKton, I\((HS StoMa Wis- nlcwsk/l 'In a leaohiu' In Wo.s'lpbrt, t.hron ol' thf) otlior girls aro married. Hiirl llvltiK in Hnac-on Kails, wIMi all Uiu- hoys unmarried. ' Will UcocK'o Tnxos ]': \ ' ' - » 'i Tax noUocloi 1 Halph r J\ioker i will |)f)"Hl Mm 'town hull tomorrow .eve- Trom 7-l.o S-o'c.lonU to• rooolvn 5 nnlH on tho Old Ag'o AsslsUinou •wliloli were duo on February :U)V2, and which must ho .paid on. or hdl'oro March .1, ^cbiiiiary.'gi-; 'j9/i2'/-ifThi's 1 -8.er.yloa w'Ul .not' -bf>• • : 1 (\f, -o'ut 1 ' ; 'To 1'^;a <;slla-tod •'.-per 1 od,- iitul 1 ' i ho 1 ' ,wi'-lIt'eri• '(son'.tiraot' Ayl.'th. honQ .'la 1 redulr.od.^'-'Blan.k:••bi'ds"' ; ma-y bp/so- ourud-'t'vpm : 'Cho-. .Roger . of- 'Mrs.. John . . Krause otilllglrland'ayohud: and- John Ij on covering of ; s e c 6 n 0 ary '-. so;hopj juniors ; ' . i merely because .they- •• ix, wunu u;ir,ni^M.'<(nU' (tyuMUU.: afHJ. .JUlill jjjp'tfoJ.^Q., ciPUl'SOS, "• Wft$-'- : 'W&$&P$$$Wfy \\ V \t\s\ D\j It i ( Cl yl 11 1 \j i. ,1V* |i i5 ^', Ult-Vl^l- -\i/- >;,! I l"(l' «iill| iv\r\l "' 11 tiWrl 11 f\ t\ ' »' Cj'l O tiVl fl f/"lo * '''tlfllO I*V •" ( n« i i « '• * i i** it* ••' f*' • ''•'• - .-'i. ,', '» •'• \V 111 11U !»' * 1 v/l I (.' WM'I •' ft litl J A^itJll" ^-4v' •••''-* i? > » • • .i 1 * •* J i H 1 V* . J * V M I I (vl I .| '1 dil v i i - 1 T'L* I */ -' * III J4 '-/ i I fS (' !• A A* »i /\ |-\ 1 **k • rt i \ i rl n r\ ft fi 4 /*l • mVfe'f flTl S ' ft fl'lll O iff^t :lho'«roW 'oTMiulaotoea >^q .&fl',tf,cB- ^-j 5 " ^^io^n^ 1 • ; -?>fe§^ C acnday \rnowilrir ^^n'-^ji^ciaM'-Xrftln^ •'fop :U :-«S ' •!A'r'.nVv'.' : Jr'n'lnl'n : ir 'qnrvion l al .'AltliQUgh v peco.ndftry^.SC.npplB,;.,^; r, • .';• ^ l '."',T WU-MUMK nui.vn>u, .««•. ,L j.^i^jriVl I M I Ii n''^a» orm/i/f iVnVnt'OKPft'iri' •Camp doyens,-/in 'Mn^sach'iirfQ't/li'fti' .-•' involved-In. tno.stop.peg-M^.pCQKj'iyi, Mr,<vnyinn« ,).n«rt.' i.Anr,''^rAssn.in,!-- »n ; a(lbpte,d by cpHe^os'vftnd.^.univ.ei^wes- Magaxlrios. ,havO' liocn' '•'•floriated l.ho ' Beacon ' P.a-lls r ' f Mbr'u'ry' v -by ; ; Mi's; Mary French, ; vtidi!(ih' '<Iy.0ur ' : Sirel/Jcr ' ' •'•'' Charles 0. Tho local library' M^pm,-: at .Center, Hohool will bo open'tpi^'orro'w.'a'J'te.r- noon from 1 Lo /j ;!-JO''o'cTock: -•"''.-:•• . __. » * »• '"'I••••?'.-;• • • . '• ' BIG FUND KAISICD •iv : ' . '..'•' 1 ' ''•'.''•"/ .to- Boston, -Fob. '.12- day boasted Iho largest f l fund ibvor' raised' 'by... on c'ity—$7,045,103,' Mor.e thn.iVv400,QOO' porsoos • opn'I>r]f)iilod '"'rlni'!ng;'v'1'hc itli'rec^waok 'campaign' which; topjxsd Ulie cluota by 45,10,%' Kn6wh''>tto.is vnni» n« Ihn iri«r>nfnt» -llnatnVVO T'lh'l tftd yoat' as tho greater, War Fund, th.e money wl.li 'be 1 ' -used to Jlnance yirtually /all' of '.the c.lty.'s ' adoptexl: by-cpHe^os^fthd";;bhi^er^^ h n s' Wind that ; i n 'CoiVh6 < cticut--;;n'i'gh'; •d'lvJdOaKkcW'c^^ ly; ; ' and.- socia'liy ^nVa;tu|^(S^a^H^ :oontinue'as at ppesent';^'-'':v^.V^>: : ;ik.;. he statement ':6fhc ! board;'pln'tsj 'out : tha-t • pbsso's^iori'-f'-'^-a^^cierfcevi ' ( or' : -C8rtiflcato • xlocs: 'no.t .•fHploma ' ( or' : -C8rtiflcato • xlocs: .no.ji i wholly' reprosont'i.the .key 1 to- 'a stu~l ! deritis ioducft tioh'fil 1 - ; acc6rfvplir > hmon;t.9:; : '•. •."Tbc-vsoco.iida.ry- .sohpo^i: .iiQprese.nts'i, for 70 iier ; ceiit pr.-cbn'hecticiit' ^0ythVi the ! .riTfisloi'!•.:-oDno'p.kinJlt.y"'•• for; - life! . . 'pr.epanaU.on,' 1 -.Ihe'-.'poJ'ioy states'; ^Pp.p, ^ov'ery \student It-representp •a-:nlostr ; important period of maturing. It is ; impo 'unwise pe therefore for secondary;; schools generally to reduce •• stand-', if: per'sdriai. and • social' attain-," men£ solely, to enaljle-the student lo ieriiter-'colloge -at an- earlier ,ageV ' . eVit8'-: ; in: .tbe last iiaif; year of , high stjhp.'pl iWiijp ^.Icaye ,\Jor work T iii':• defVn'se lV °pr other ""industries :should be £iveii credit -'on their records ••'i > 6r. work .experience. A stu- ..de,n.t' ! ,sli;p.Ml<l ( f^pt Jje^giyiyi ,a .,'dipjp.nia;- .'.rnerej;y ;( ,biacause ; hennas left ; school •to ; gp • t'6" work.':The board recom-. •mends ;,,>that n : d't -more than one. .•seinester's w.cirk ,'b.e counted as -work .'cxpiVri'ence' and that' 'sch obi'. au th or-' • 5 fcl'e's '.f pi low • ii p; such •/ stud eh ts, usl ng jjeco.rnmendal/ions'.Xr.om ,the.em.ploy.er as "the .'basiS;"for credit. ' ." 1 :' ."T'he"- requirement. : -by law . tha'V ,scli.6.o,l• be,|in se.ssi.qn, 180-day;S a year. : Twi.ir'edntjihueTto,: b'e. .enforced, under "board 'policy, ^ipw.eyer, lo'ca'l boards,; lil'. ; it (b.ecp;roes necessary, nriay l phort-- r en the; 180-day-•period b'y : 'climinat- -lug' or dut'ting 1 ' ;/ 'vaoation periods, \lxpIding,.classes. ,on 'Saturday ^pr -.0,11' .'iegai 'hoirelays, or; making other sim~ ilar.;adjustments; :•;• ' '.". • -..The'v polfcy also, prp'vidps.,for d.e- 'yelopmcnt. of a cobpera'tive ;work~; .eX'i)Qri'en'c,.e' ^prqgrain .to relieve .the'. labbr'.'':supply.' situatlon and also' to 'provide'work experience which has •.Boon'-: lacking in school programs,' .FoHow-u^p by .he. schools with rc- ; spect -t'o "labor standards, wage's, cm- '•plp.y.mqnt icp'nclHipn's and-•recom,men- T ,(la't)o;is is .adyocatc'd .by the board. :• Fag* Tbrat S.loncr . ' / > ''tft'e fairy stones .found ; jn ; '!?atrick;, ; coiinty, V;irginik»; iff; ' the jioU,4ifl,ed ie.ars'shed by'^th^ ifciiries when an angel, brought thehi .word of. Christ's crucifixion. : v. l,n .spite .of,. r.Qatr.i.cMpns .on . new, car sales; registrations;for -49,48 \vill come'/^closV.' 'to.- v 600.BOO,' • r 'Motor YC- Iricles 1 '' €birtmissi6nei : V. Jolin < )'T. Mc- Qartii-y pr.edictied ; today,'r' :;i " ' ; /; -From -March 1, 19/11 .-to ; December. 8'i ; 559,(>83 rk cars were: i»egistfiredv'ah Gphnfectfou|ti : That' was 44Q»^37 ^nipr.e tlia'n '--the'vi'i9,5"46 ; TegJstered' dur'.)ng fche entire'"lO^O registration-period,, -that-lj ' ' """ _ ; . jRog'istraUons spurted alic(id .last year AviUv' 1 'increase'^ en)pl.oymonl. and witii :tho- innu'x-of;'lai^ge 'riunW bers -.of car -owners ; . froth' •pthor .stalca; The InduB.trial ".penters o:f Gonnectioilt are..si)li' : dra%VlVig' work-, ers "T,rbm ; ; :otlie.r v stfites; .'In ''additibh, .the' comnViasiOKcr' suid; ; used -cars now packed/ into .lots' wilV be 'pui 1 " chaseid,'registered, .apd put .'Jnto ac.iioiv. • ••''••• • '••• '.. . '' •Commiasioncr WoG.ar.Miy urged •oar- owners to iget•••\tiiel.r ;r,egistra- .tion's' .renewed early i ; n prd.qr -to ayojd a last-minute rusli, •you canM;. drive ajft'cr mldnlglit Q,f : 'Pebi 2.8 w'i th o'u t a- 1P42- .regis ir,a- ,tion. Thii)k about'this'.early and save y,ourse.lf : ' last-minu'te 'ancon-r : ve.njence. ; In tlie case -..pf' : rciic.w.als* 1942.'in8et$ >ban : bo attached - on 01 ' after';Peb. 15."" ! - ' ' ' • ^ 5X^X< y*r?*w*vS ^N.vi^i' . X^X-^, t <f^f^V>f^ f \ Making a Sol$er of Sugar lo we nu^t make a soldier of sugar. • Nutriment for the nations ,at w«»f •lo- the outconVe « the ^ c '^ '^ *• "-.A ftroat nuwicni m l.mo ol^, co n ^ ^^ *- strcn£th • oat To wrap up sugar in the 1 -put ii into the nu—. , it wnl be borne cheerfully I* ii >>ii» "•* i. > i i t* tnllc -iinofl. wlAJi* dealer, one! every >f dw \f ^ l ^ a "^?Sny on^he "\ inclusirics it toils ncflvuy » . Y^t the cvcrytliinfi wo th^"use 1 of^sugar.in : ^orld Wa^-I. The response of The Coca-Cola Com- ' pany was expressed in the hewsjpaper ! ^avertisemeat reproduced at the left. 4 SKUifJS^^gfft KC, in manulncturc «r «ell ^X^crictaily «e ^r^fc^ioT^r^dfcon^ everywhere, THE COCA-CpUA c Q9.MPAN^ '.•v.=f-.; : ,4C- WORLD WAR II ^Ahv'\ippJii^Uton v 'l6'r-''a'. v 'I9'4'?"regl'8i- -U'ation is altachc.d; to the 10/d rcgisliratipii certillcal.es.. /jnh.is appl)*- "catlon should be signed: and cither /mailed, -.with the fee enclosed,, or ^brou£h,t to the nearest' , branch office--'or-to the main office inllart- ,'fprd. Car owners are .urged to' con- 'tact , tHe ; office nearest, the.ir aiir- dress wheWier; apjilyiog by'.'moII or jn person. ' : NOT -JB SIMPLE AS .Stockholm, Feb. iO—(By w '.—Tormlng the address pf Risto ByM, president of -l.hc Finnish republic, at the opening of the Fin- -nlsIv;D.lct on Feb. ,3, -"the signal 'for a : -series, of;attacks upon Sweden in ,thn -(SeiMTuiii press 'for not taking 'a clear ppsitiion. -when .the -moment .for ( thc• great idecision comes,' " the newspaper putcborgs-Ppslen in an ."editorial ,o'n Feb. 9 staled: "Sweden's position js notl and never was, as simple as Finland's. The ;Finns never had more t.han one •enemy, and are aJways prepared to defend themselves to tho. east. They iivigard every enemy of Russia as 'Rin.lamFs friend. ... History paln- .-fiiljy ••.r'CJTilflids-us that we havo. a fno.nilj.fir ;not only to l.hc east; but to-il/he wes;t ,ahd to the south." Jn commenting upon '• 'President Uy.l;i-s attack upon 1 Great .Britain, Bage.ns Nylvctrcr editorially -pointed Q.ul- on ,Fe,b. .0,. ,tha;t inany J^inns ai'c. not opposed io England and*' 1 would prefer-that their .leading statesman .showed more convincingly that, all .F'lnn.s;'do -not share .his views will) ; r;egard to the outcome of the World \Vai\" . The. paper,- whose poli.l.icnl. .CIFT.S C.ENTEH" ST.--- GLASSWAHE STOPS cd'itor had just returned 1 from a visit to Finland,; ..Uicn. ,\vent on: ''Many Finns fear the' strategic mv- soning about . East Karelia places too groat- a strain lipoji 1-hc-nationnl strength ,o.f ,u small 1 ,,sUte in -the ^\\a--' traction, of the struggle,'- especial Jy' win; . nscyeral grca -powers hfiv'e'ia. vital interest to watch 'on the. opposing side.. Swedish bpjhion is frir from convinced »• that FJnlami gali.is any security by conlin«ing v a-long ths lino, Fi'iends of ; Finland j'e- pealedly nsk i themselves if 'it Is- not a grave mistake for that country, io engage in an , aUcmpt at conquest which, sooner or later, may meet with grave setbacks. 1 " ?/ ' ' '' PEAUL ACTFAST To help prtvtnt . Put a few drops of Va-tro-nol up each nostril ait the very first sniflie or sneeze. Its quick action aids Nature's defenses vm*um against colds. Follow, W.UKMJP VATRO HOI ii Thomas Bros, n II 1C9 MAPLE ST. Phone MSI || " Auto Body and '* Fender Work '-II -Auto Painting -: : -ll 24 Hour || Wrecker Service .. STRAaTON'S RESTAURANT 18 PARK PLACE STEAKS '— SEAFOOD COCKTAIL BA& mes For Wife, .Mother, Sweetheart, Friends, Etc. Valentines from Ic up. Full line of Children's Valentines, Buy and mail them early! ! ART AND' STATIONER* The Card and Gift Shop of Naugutuck. [^r^afea=a=cjafe^^ If '' -0—0—-Or-»-0—0—0- Murphy's Paints and Enamels for exterior and interior purposes 0—0—0.-—0—rO— CANS, Inc. MAPLE STREET TEL. 3507 jstjory repeats ,itself in ^Wbrld ;\$if M.^Sttgar • h^s Jb^n^oJJ^ii -, to m-.:<0ux government has festirieted the: use of sugar /^lor all. \i : ;\-"'. •• .. C* •., .•••'._. ,•.•.'; '- .;•;•'.'• • fivTf'•:•.• V : .' "-'•;•'.. - • • ' • '•-.:•.•&•' ':-:••.,..••''•.•.-. , that includ^ C •:"••:'•'•• •;»"'' '•'.•^-> ; f;-'''\ ' v '..-'..".- : ;-."' . ^'^••••/'"/•' ; -- '/,•• .-. . • , •' '. cont^ue tp;/;^^ ^ though yre r$j^^ woj£i&e ^e to etypy ibe^ause as x^ften ^s you m yoliime has^Jbcfep. re- duc^id/ . . .. _ . . . , v . ^ u .*' (-) . •'•:'.-: ;'"C^'. ; >'. ";'••••; ^.,- ;•;. . .•.^;'-' i - ' •.,. . . - : " " .-;.' t • •• '';'••'• -'-'-' ' ' '' Aiiieriean tjp^ * * " ' You trust its efywhere. toward Victory. Wh^ve^i a^ ,'.'•', ' V" '• ' f */. » " . . ".*' • ' ". , '• . ' •' ' » • ' ' * - '•'•'*.' * ' • * i- ^ ***r - - . • ii - . lia^i pitltQry |^ ' * .' ' p •. *'i \i» • <' • * '* • r , '' k . •* •. i «• • t •-.-.' ••' • • • ', • , * • " * , " *" .'**' * *'.* i *' 1 '••',•:.-r^'' 'T'U'l?" /T^/S/^ A • '/^'/Sf A /~>fb\fX>A MV ..-• ; . •,..;'•:,•.. fr**Ji vwvA'v> i f*' A/C^-WJrAiN;* !Of THI COCA.CO:iA Naugatuck-Made Footwear Serves You Better S. Rubber Company .' ' • '• >' ' Naugatuck Footwear Division To the Music of JOHNNY BURKE'S ORCHESTRA FRIDAY NIGHT and SUNDAY, 6 P.M. to 10 P.M. '•;•->:' .•'•'••"'• ' ' • ' • '' , fr^ty,.^^..^-^^

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