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ty ' f ' ( \ r «lv a u v » BTAPQATUPK DAILY .NEWS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1942 RYAN : PIAN S TO ENTER FALL , ,;„„„„ t ,'IVIM TlinmHsloii,.\vho run '' I'M tlio rown'l.. s-poolnl niHtt'tul. •«» an puriy (uuvclir NV«H Conning -t\ ' 4l j,| hi- aliM-iuly n . , w' '," '.I'.IM i I" ' ' ^ m "' lf ., v sin«un; Jlyan said, will ••«- ll ' ul> ' .v'rntOor plunk of U I'(M!- jillocnln s than !?WK) unnuut in- 8000 Hignu- "" tlin. Eagle Gold Palms For Local Youths , ' (Contliuioci from.Pago O'nb) ol' f thn KlmuuH.' wimpfllgn \vlll sponk on tho o.oumills- noocV for llnuriolal support,' ..'',''. '. ,1;-'Milton BuiTal!, 1 Jr.rproHklont-or tlio (unnwll, will pronldo' ns ohulr- inftirof the, roUovvlng''prograrn: ; •Invo'cmHon—ttov, John R. Coombs, aH.HQoUil.o. pustor .iuml chaplain or Pi,\ok 7, Troop 7 and Sou .Scout• Ship 7 of Snooml Congregational- church, Watoi'hury, O.ommunlly Hinging — Uve'.ryone Joln, Arthur '/.. MllrHoh, song leader. . Soo'ut conto.s.ls and damonstrnLlons on Htutfn during tlio dinner. Clrontlngs from oll.y-— lion,- Vlnonnt ,-\ .Soully, mayor of Waturhury, Snouting Nmlfj Money —' William 'l\ ,Johl), gonnral chairman, Malta- luck On until I Finance Campaign. Hoy Scout pugorinl—"Strong Tor Ihu Sako of America." ' ' Sceno I—Tho Rli'tli .of .'the Boy'' Saoiil.s of America, Snoiuj 2—Our Volunteers, Soano .'i—American Scouts, Suuno 'i—Seoul. Oath, Sooiin f>—•Te.iulupfool Investiture florumony. % • . • . Soono 0—-O'ur Clubs, . Scnno 7—The "Out" in Scouting. Sonno H—Scouta of the Son. .., . Soono 9-~Knglo Court/, of -Honor. , Prcsldont or council,. . J. . Milton IHirrall, Jr.; .chairman Scout AcU vanco.^coinmillco, Harold G. Manning; Scout, commissioner, Walter, II, Deacon. • . ' : Kaglo candldalos, Scout Jack HI Icy, Troop l!i, Yv'alorhury; Scout 1 ,,Donald Plynn, Troop'I, Watortown; Scout Alfred Plait, Troop i, Wo'Odhury. ,- llronw Pulin candidates, Scout- ihnslnr Uohr.Tt Ii. SUiV«(JS,- Troop --UV Wntrrbm'y; Scout John 'Ssvonslon, Troop 2,., ; NhugatiLick i > . !' ..-;'. " Gql.d ^aliiV'cahdl'da^os, SoouU May r ..don -.NJch'ols, Ti-bbp r>; \Vatoi03ury; Scout Roland .Ha thuwayi Troop 2, •Naugnlu'ok.; . Scoiit • '•Il.cnry Pope, Troop .2,'MttugutucK. . '•/ • '•: '.'oT'guust 'spcaltc'— J. ' in Milton: .- •• • Address, .^VYoutlr's ?.6utlook •1942"-^ Perry A, •L'i't)t; ; -:Scout c Llvy, Boy Scout Foundation of Greater New' York.., ; .Sficuc. 10~Scbul.-,.\y.ai > Scrvi.ce. . Scpno Ml—Mas.slng'-'qr Colors, • Singing 'ol'-' "Star 'Spangled -:Bnn- ncr 1 — iD.verypne. ;, • ' ' " ' The (1:00 n, lit. . WUn.Y-WABG-P.au I. Sullivan " :\VJOAI>—Music by Shrcdnl'k •:WOri—Ch'lldi-cn's Program 'WJ/i-rNbws; Olc Dan »'•.'• : •\VATn-WT.IG-WIGG—News (J;15 p. in. 4 WI3RY~,Te(lcly Powell Qrch. , \VKAK—News . : , WABC—Voice of Broadway .-.• ^'ATH-AVTiG-VyjXfWJOC^-Sports i ' (JVJJO j>, in, ' iVy ' : C.dftg,"-Ch/ir!cs A. .V^ ,-:. •;::?; •' •:' : '-' \\MZ-- Kiim- and Abnor •." - : . WICG— JSJ.uslo ; HigUluiid- Parade' "Walcrbury's Friendly Doparthicnt Store" Lady Elaine Hose STREET FLOOB Golden as'honey,-.smooth as the better they're nam6d for, ,these stunning, stocking' shades ... ; . : Brown ' Butter, Coco. Butter, Honey Comb!' In' three-.thread hose'of pure silk , ,.. sheer and infinitely flattering! • p.- WOi-l— fibre's '' \V.l f /- : \VTI G— L o w o 1 1 . T h o man , • ' : NVICG— Down Iho Yniirs WATn— JilLs and Bits-. ,7:00 p. in, 1 , ,\V BUY— Brooklyn A, G. Anniversary , Program . ' - • . '.-..' Waring Time Aocs .. . . ! WABG— Amos and Andy \VATR-yPultQu Lewis, Jr. '' ; \yOIl~Si nj?ing ... W.IXrWlGG— Trabci^'of Lost Persons AVABG— Lanhy -IVoss 1 ' WOR— Gbrifbdcntly -Yours WATR— Hubort Krcgcloh •., 7:30 p, in, W B R Y-AV A B C— Ma u tl Jo's Diary WWAP-WTIlH— Ai-.:Port'rco Gang i\VOH--Goii llclontly Yours AV1CG— lnLcrmc7//.b WATB— 'Phone Your.AnswRi 1 ".'-: 1 -.7:45 |>, iii/- WATJVWOn-Wl'CC— Inside of ' ' . , ... ..8:00. p, in. ' WJ3.RY— Listen ', oint.r : ; Answer. • WOR— Slni'dhioUa ' • ' , . •\V E'# 1'MVT I G^13 ab y Sn o o ks WJ-Ji'-WiaG— Mai J 61r idi 1 Time .; W^BG—Dfsn Lh. Vallpy Days \VATU— N'hiiid: Your 'S.oiie •• :( ' •: 8:15 p, m".: ' ' WBRY-rLpsL \ye. .P'qrgoL 1 '• '.'.; : ., : 8;00\ p. ':.m.' . ':; WBUY—Rji'ythmrRangors •'. •'.; •WOIV—Bonny .Ooodman-s ...Qrch, WEA'P^WTIG— Aldi^ch Family •;', W,J£— Service. Wltii a.'-$mllc ' J—Por 'Your. Infoyma- ••"' tlph' 1 '' . '' • ' • ' : - • - .•" " "• •••••; ' 8:45'])'.;'in. • . \' •XVIGG—Veterans..of Foreign Wars WATH-T-BluB Barren ,'Orch. ••:.-•' .. J);00: j>, nii- , *.):,' .\VBHV-~Muslc- Salon ;'."' ' ;; : ; SHOES and SLIPPE VERY FEW OF THE SHOES WERE INJURED AS WE TOOK THE SHOES OUT OF THE FROZEN CARTONS BEFORE THE ICE MELTED This Sale Includes Our New Spring Which Arrived After the Fire Grand Street Hea r Leave ;Receive' '" In Foreign ' "'' (Continued Ti'om P Band'^ stallonq(l; ;^;!^'^^^ .of the 5th nl; the Garni 1 ; •Pvt. Kvon's To .the Editor, .• . •'-•'^ • ••^f-^&^v. .'Tlic. Dally Ne\vs,^ :.-v .'/^ '('-'--^ '''•( i'Dcor-Sl/:' ' - ' • f." •'",.. ' 'V"Wvj'"? 1'am taking JJiis 'bpportunity.; i.n i thank you for-sending me the -.d : aU;y?, paper. For .it Is"'- '"the only way..;I/ can. get all the, ne\vs.;-iCrpm.-'homej anrl; it makes me/ i'eol .'th/iV'.-r.'am^P.t 1 ; BO far away. So .please 'give- ;iny| regards to ail. that 'are resporu/jJ^} for rue get.tlng the paper. .' ; '?;•,.;.;,"• So it took a '.(ire, to'--: get"ri^-.;-oi:v Maggie Powers' house, A'yelfMJVfft'/i'sj. one place that will -always. be,-:;rc~j piembored hy air of the 1 -' 6kV f.d.lks; of Naugatuuk. .-1. will ' close-.; v wl.l;h'| >vishing loLs of luck, to 'all.- "He-; riicmhcr Pearl Harbor."; s aivd... your chins .up. I N'augatuck can do it, , ' As ever, I-Teorv ' . .. , . P.'S. 1 also wish to thank';tho v Wlks: for the Camels. 'I- sure apprcciatqclj tliem. ' ' ' ' :•: ' : - ''•'"••.:•' Gamp; •WEAIMVTJ.C—BIng- Gj-'psby ; ;, ; WOR— GuBr'iul. He^tter' 1 -' . ;<-. ''.' WJZ'-rAmcrloa's 'J'ovviv. Meeting ' ol' v ; ' • the' Air ;'• •\ : '^ ! ' "/• •>••,'• ' V. WtCCl— Moonlight SohTtta; - : ; •;:;.,: ...;; WAHG— Maj. I3 N p%vQs. I four •'-.;' .;''-• \YX\TR— News ; Danoi.ng, pisjr "'•.;;;,; v ',.'••. . '•f/ri.l '.ii. u'»,. :•'•"•'. - ;v 'f;'':-''^ 'WBRY— U. S. Army l^ind '.,> V;y'.'- WOB— Answer Man "' -..- .- ; ' <: ' JhUO p.. in., v,-> : -V^/^MK ^ V i3HY— Plefl-P'lper; Jr.' 1 -'' ' "<; ^ : ^; WABG— Big. Town .'•' '''..-. WAT It- \VO H - \V I Cp-S P o 1 1 i gh t . Ban d S 1 0:^5 D. in. ." ^ '••:•' ;i ^--. : -:"; \V ATH-WOn-Wl GG — Miss Meadc's' , 10:00 n. ni. '• - ; - •-. •'•:•. ; " ABn— Glei)n Miller .Gr.cllV-. TIG— Riidy. ' Valleo'j5,-a :) rb-; ^r t ] r/.— F j rs t P i aVi o. Q u n riot. ,. WATtt-AVO'n-WlGC—Rtvymond Gram Swing,'. ': ••' 10:15 p. m.' WBRY—Marvels of Vision •'•- WABG—Klrst Line .;. . , \VCJE—Tlie Wai' at Sea , : ' :„ V J Z-~M e t r o p d 11 iia n 0 p era: W: To : the Ed'i tor; skvtKuj..., iik,;:' s G'p,hn.;i ;;/ rdtui',,1110 articles, by, Gor- I' ^KprpSyifiiy'v-.an'd'' Pr'ivatc Lorn an d- Uiajj^j.-ivgrec. with .them ba- ' ; C(uika...it's, p'l.edsing 1 'for one to hear , ,.„. would;!'a/so.iJike, to -thank you •; an d.': tli e!' 'N augatuck, Ro tar-y c 1 u b. f o i i ,s e'n.'d 5 n g •; ni c; • ' v tl J:e^ it' ^s a ii'ga tu c ]\ N e w s. -ana.-line-iNuugauucii, i\oiary ciuu. lur ,>, g ftn Diego, Gal,; • Feb. 12— (ul j j— i,sen!dhigV'»P$v'»^i'NUufea.tuck News. "'A'clmVral .Wil'liarn il. Standley," new; The new^'frpm , .down,"' 'her.e is ]y appointed'United States amb'as- tlifit 'every,'.soldier from the .New ^ or j (0 Russin. .warned- today that Ii"!nr>'lnnr] fidiVtri.s Ic . Hno n-nrl . IIT ' U'nnd *„.-..! „„„ in,.,.- Kximri fn Ihio . 'England ..slAi'fcs : is line and iir "good '' ' ' /: / PKG..;J.bseph W. Henry. '• J ' : ' . 'Gordon, Ga., ruary 9, J1M2. ,V,-.Jiist a l.in'e/to-.Thank, you and. the Naugati.ick'.:,;]|ota^y ', v ,(Jlu]3- ••for • the copies. of.Thc'News.," I sure/ do ap- pi'eciate hearing.about the old -home vtdwn again. •^•..^[. • ; •;. ' ' /•-i;;aIso \vi,si;i>-'to -Inform you of my c'han'ge in. address. It is now 1-lead- .qu'artcrs ,Gq., s Gamp .Gordon, Ga. ' : . • .Sincerely, .- • '..' •..: 1 - : -' : Pvt.-.D.onnld O'Toolc. u' Si r.s ': F,ori, .Jackson, S. G., •.••February 8, .HM2. •• . Dropping' a .few lines as i. have 'boon receiving' the. .•.Naugatuck Daily News- and,-. '.wish to thank, you and tihe;Nau : gatuftic .Rotary '>Club for tlie tirn"6. and. /thpughtfulness, • H is my. greatest pleasure, .as any soldier wishes', .'to 'keep up 1 , on The l?/ : :"alipve ' ; all, . tlie news ^pir-7- l \?.iii.M 0 ^P c ' y - cnn rc " 1 Uiat.gpcis on 'and be ablo ..l;6 : :i-Wr1 : t'6 !> '.l.'L/ln.rA,- letter, "J am" pending i n y gi'qa tcs };. ! a]3 p r e ci a ti o n f o r Th o JXeSvs. ' M' ' '' ' G, \Vij2—'Meti'opdlltnn'- Opei-a: .G,uilxl}-r:;'^ 'by all -ol'i'u's^Natigaluck' men, WATi^WIGC^-Hprace Hc'Iclt/ Orcj'i;;'Vg- ; ; Jnpi'cIcntally.; Irani 'priv.ilcged to 1: ' r ' -. - ." .10:f?0 p^-.in.v:sg;;^^ •;v'^ ; .jiv'ine.'crack-'OiHnt : pf : Worl(l'War N< H^Vl^v-—Any '^ohds .'ToVUiyy-,^'^;-'.':M^' thnt^'.^Irsl;-'iKet'-'the .Germans ; \VKAK-WTIG~Fra"nk Ka'y, (; ;i^.ol!),vl.;'. '.'fjahl-lgny •'ahd^bcat them, tlico28l SVBRY ; \V Hunnon .WJZ— News • '.'. Reporter. • ^'••\\-^' : •'•.-.. '. ' • '10:45 p. in. WBR Y- W A B G— N ews ,.-.. v \VOR~Rarnoha and ,J : ler Twislers ' ' v - Go.";-a; v 88U'r. ln'1 1 ., To ..tlic KdltpKi.',.-.-. .vi'i. 'Naugatuck jN r augatuckv;Gonn'.> i Dear, Sic: -',. ; - ; ,-',; - ., . . , '•'\'\ •\ybu.i'd 1; 'll-k^.--.l;o'....bxpjiosa. my .appre- c'iatiQiv/t'O 'il-Vo.-'.Niiuga-tuck Daily. News : ttnd HotaryAfo'.''> sending;; me gratis .'my 1101 lie.'town-paper.; It, ineans a great..cl6ai'-t'p '.(i 1 !poldl'or to liavc some : ;tangibie tlyng,;' ; -tp ;keep .remi'iiding *i)Im of ; t)ie ::> 'o7d'vii6n'ie 'town and also ; pt; ;hls,' ; p Id;.friends.- ..This act -of liind- .jiess \.Y.ill nqt.lj;eU > prgotten, 1 am sure, •i-iv nil 'nl'''iiK-'TvJniitrnt.u'ck' men, be NO at , : ,...,.. , .*28Ui ini'anlry. v -I' • v Gra'tefuUy yours ^ '.:>.•:- " PA't,-\yilliam Grabowski'. 1 •;.'.-' •-• .• ; .;•'• .Fort Re illy, Kansas, $;'.- ;.•*.- .;' , v..'; : ..-..-;. February 2, To ; .'thb' Editors •/•'.' : ' )aily. News 11:1,') .P. 111.; WBRY-WABG— Shcp. Ki •\YBAF— Sounding. Board •' \ ., V'^:^ .\VO.H-^-r'jowfl0wn pn,HI.-HK- .-•;.'-/-:-?:jVi\ \VTJG~l."»aricc Music . WATR-W1UG— Henry King -Drch. 'V"' ; - - ii:'io p. in. • 'f/,;-;. WBRY-WABG— l-Ial Mcln ty re,;" O.i:ch; . W.OR—Songs for Marching: Men. ,.'.;/ WRA.F-WT1G— J'oc ^ and', Mabel , .'•'. :: ' '. M Z-WI.GG— ,1 i iri m.y Dorao y ; Oi»ij?i.i , •! ; ' ATR— Bfi tain Speaks ;,; •,' < ; ( .i;',; ; ../^V '/••'' '• '• • •" 1 > i < ,/i5"p;' .'i'u. ; ' ;% - ^'•i'-''i^\^'i' ' ' , XVATR— Songs- for Marching' Men ' ; '"v : - • ; '.--'/ -.'•'• 12VOO' Mlrtnujlii V V :^BRY'-WATR— Sign p if. '••••'•• .••••• f -' ••v ff ; f WABG— News; Henry King Orpli. •'. WOR— News ; Blue- Barr.pn"0rch. ; .an-i;h 1 G:,'do1ngs.. ; at' / hom^;and ilycn--;this :-Tar"from h'ome I- can • picture the ibyen is'' as•: th cy are liappen ing. I ap- •.p.rec-i'n-tfi-. th igv-yer.y. • m.i'JcJj • -ahfl recei ve eacli copy. wi'iLh a'sreat deal of plens- iiiro in cxpe'cta'tion of the events recorded-.therein,,- Again i ..thank you •jy.qj.h-.... .... ;V • ;. . Ypurs-'triily, •-'.- . .<P.vt;:. : Joseph Bobhiatf, s .. '. Cavalry/School Dtch, (w). : • T'-.a'm now. ..an /instructor in Motors Division o'f : tbc .Qavalry- school. Have hoop v.doihg this since Dcccm- ber;'22n'cl 'when", [• -graduated .-1'i'bm a th rocs. • m p n th'sX-.-oou i-se o n in cell an i ea 1 instruction-at "the .Motors School. .-;-. ...-,- . •-:;:•:,:-.-.... ;/••, • ,i; R. BOY SCOUTS RANKS FOR AMERICA M0TTO BOY ; i . The i above posterfin colbrs, now being: displayed all over the •country, announces Boy Scout liWeek 'with the slogan v^Strong For America/ 1 Boy Scouts eyery;W|iereJn the nation have taken on and ire assuming extra assignments from Uncle Sam to do their part in Jhe-Defense of America.; Boys 12 .years of, age and over who are not. Scouts and who wish tp y share/^nivwihriinff, the war by doing these couts and who ivteh;:tii»^shar^iri.n^lln.niiig; thevwar;-by doing: these fGood Turns" should get in touch with the nearest office of the Bov $coiits,of. Amerlc«;;.' . s ;..;" ; :;i^l;Kff;^V'li v: .'•-.." \\•''•^'^' J ' :) ,[&'\ ?w'^-^ Boy Scout & ' - M. m. \J\jmu.m:m m Trl ~ •.'."•^^••.TT' ^••^^'^'^'.^.'^^^';*:"•• :••••• ' : 'K'; : ••'•':•>; ^v^... •'•'• '• '^^^j^^^^j^^^ 10 WIN ADMiRAl STANDLEY SAYS America can. "be : licked in this -• -"We've been too damned succefjs- 'fiil in previous^vars," lie said: "Our nfforts in the' .first- ,>Vorld -War lik«ned us to the:-: marvels-':;. of tlio.. World. Otheiv countries, thought, so, Coo. Now too many of us -are sitting with our hands, complacently folded which \vd i wail. : ''iTo>; George td win the war." • '?-. '••'" • . think it has. If democracy... has Tailed, -then wo may not win this Mrs. SUndle^ \vcrc war." Standley here .'for a -short vacation at his U\ J\JCSL\ home. ASST. CASHIER OF WILUMANIIC BANK FOUND DEAD Scolland, . G.onn.,;. F.el). 12- Harold-.S.' Maine, about 5fi,. nssjslanl cashier atM.he -Wjpdham National ?., c.-u'hjon )nohdjcf«;lc,..'ffas and .John 13. SuJlivanf.-.counsi the. bank, said rYde.rn).- bank o> crs h'ad found a- -Mh'ot-lagc'; of. In. his accounts. ,•.•,!..','•> According to Sullivan, tlio fts; cashier was at -t.hxv \bank when examiners found tlie 'discrepancy.. He l(vft ; 'lhe did not go homo. When his body, \v,as found today by '^uibaeV.^Vhc'cler, a, bus driver, it was .ostniiatcd 1 been dead .for more,,than 12 ; Sullivan said: the .-j)«nlt_»j lccl-ed by insurance against. Maine .had boon .associated' the -bank for 38 years, starting ns a clerk in 1904. ,Ho, was ma sislant cashier. In. .1930. Ho loay^f/a wi'dow ap<J' lwo grown,childron^f Mi MEATS —FISH —GROCERIES— FRUITS AND VEGETABLES BUY U. S. DEFENSE STAMPS & BONDS BEST QITAIJTY ONE OF FULTON'S GREAT POLICIES EQUALITY MEATS = CAPONS FOR ROASTING CHICKENS FANCY MEATY . BROILERS GENUINE SPRING SMALL FRESH GENUINE! 5 to 8 Ib Avg-, Fresh, Ice Packed 3 J4 Ib Average i to 2V4 Average Tender Selected . Rib Half . . For Roasting: "CERTIFIED", WHOLE OR STRING HALF SMALL LEAN SMOKED SHOULDERS -ARMOUR'S . ..'.'" .'O.V". '••:'-•. "STAR" BACON CHOICE HEAVY STEER BE STEAKS That Tender Mild Cure Short Shank In The Piece SIRLOIN - SHORT - CUBE. Our Usual Trim FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES: Lorge Calif. Nlavel Oranges . Fancy Quality Fresh Broccoli ... . . . . Calif. Iceberg Lettuce ..'.... New Texas Cabbage . . . . . . Florida Juice Oranges^—216 Size Fresh Texas Spinacli, . .,. Fancy Mocinifosh Apples DEP'T do* 29c 2 Ige bchs 25c . 2 lg...hds,J5c.i . . :• , ;tb5c . . . .2 dox 35c ; ,3 Ibplc 19c . . 4 Ibs 25c Libby's Hoast BeeS 2 tins Rennet Powder All Flavors Seneca Kraut ~**«-' ^ tuc New West Apricots 4 45c Heinz Ketchup *_»«2Oc BOSCO " ThC M " k AmP "^" -— ;:1ar 01 3 5 ^*Jto"'1 9* fft^- ^^^ *^^ ^^T • • ' ,. •; ^T-"."^~- ',*'•'.' '• ' ' GLORIETTA, SLICED ELBERTA' v PEACHES Igc •tips 'JDROMEDARY FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT NEW- . iiiirc NEW PACK JUIWt PACK A No. 2 tins 37c ".TUNKBT" '••:• QUICK-FUDGE Chocolate M | jif Pcnuche PILLSBURY'S Pancake Flour PI[KS CHAMPION DROMEDARY MIXES Ginger DURKEE'S GROUWLP Block Pepper RED WING Chili Sauce Cleanser LABOR SAVER! BLUE r RIBBON CLEANS - PURIFIES light or dark Ultra-Refined! 3 Ib tin quart btl B&M BRICK OVEN BAKED BEANS tall tins DEL MQNTIE -- FRESH;— - . PRUNES tins "SEALECT EYAP. " i-.ft '•:^. .. . . .

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