Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on February 16, 1942 · Page 2
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.**•*< - P kfy ii>, fe m I T I::VAI m. w ll«f S 1 fe i Vfv^fo TWO SCOVILL GO. PLANS TO HIRE MANY WORKERS WnhThiiry, Unnn,, l-N'li, K'— , M'tir :4,tiivlll Miinill'iU'lurlllH d',, ,-liMtiKtMl on Vlinl niiMi'iml dcfoiiMn (H'diM'.-i, noon SVllI hlrn ',M»HO In 'i,"l)0 uddltlnhiil omi'lciyo-i, nmMirdliiK M» I'l'UHlflnnt .Idhli II. UOMM, '"('tin SVMC (It'lMH'hlU'Ml," MOMM Ililll UlC SHOVIII It'lifMll'Tl'M HMMfM'lilllnll, "tM U-lUlltK tl-» !«• IW'I'IWMO pIMKllll'- II,,,, „„ iiuirkly MM po^tlhl*', Tlil--« HlM(l||.| SVI' IHll-ll lU'Op MlU' IIKU'llllH'-l i»l wni'U r ri hniil'M H day, Miivi'ii Ma.VM M SV1>U, .Illrtl. l»f» ^'<M» »'» ^'»' CHI\ K' ( l niMMMnHi-y luiichlii'M'y find i>i(Wj». incnl I MUllt'ljiMln Midi Ihul wo will fciMii V,»»on I" 'i. (1()(l ""'" Ullin witiu«M» In mn 1 p I'Urtiw und IMIMPM, >«*-.-.' " KAl.MNl'ih AT WIHIK .M-t »inil olvll (U'lViiOM fniM-i-M .Ml nu HIM ,1n1i Uhtit llm liU.iu»Mll * MVKM M .\AMf.N MM I'HI'WCMM ( TI(>,NH PJf,r,MI» My A, W, WAliKJBR 00 BANK ST. at OKNTBJ? SELF-SERVICE i ^^^^^^ I JUICY ^».OHIPA I ORANGES IXTiA £ Mackerel 8° , Cub* or Bottom Hd« _^^_ H ft Rift "mmnyliim!" in dt) BfJSkOloorWL. 11.31° KIDNEY LAMB CHOPS Whilo or Colorocl MEL-O-BIT LOAF CHEESE Salmon' Cotlfj8h, (i(uly . lo .'?^ wOfn (KMclon S)w Z CANS Ml '.'U*4 |U ,t .(''I •il.'-'-'i'S vVV-WK. . i' ' ''-»•' Social and CAKK HAM- 1 , tVHDNMHDAY MlH»t Jaiui lidldwln IM oluilrtnan of II,,, (MiniinlUMC In oMirtfn- ,01' u WKO ^uln in no hold VVodnuMflay under ,, ( ,iH|ilocH or llio Honlop olnsH, will' tMko |»l»i«' li Mlrr»f, (lulvcr'H slorn, li to 0 |», in. TO IMI.KHIIATK' ANNIVKHSAHY Mr. and MI-M, liOii«li«i'H of ,'IIH Illll- sldo iivi-mio will (u.i|MlM'ftU; lliolr Ufltli wniifllNK (unilvoi'fUii'y on Ki'lday, |.'rlMMiui\v ad, at lln'ir homo, f J'iu) mui|il" ww ui»rrl«'M In HI, MUjhuol's |'!(I|M(MI|»«| oliuroli by Mov, Philip d, lioy liuvo Isvo olilldi-fMi, lo nnd William, ,lt ( , Mr, , nunluirM will hold "opo Mi' 11 for I'l'londM and rolutlvcH Kr . Mr, and Mi'M, Kdinund Murray ol din 1 Hlrn-l. uMondocl thn svoddlnK i.t 1 Mi-M, Murray'M HlMlor, MIMH Miir- Ncsv lluvoii, Haturtlay, PATIKuNT AT HOMI'ITAI. 1 I % \ 1" 1 ' I i •-.»»»• -jr t ---I son ol' Afr, and Aliu Wullnr Koano df lllKlilurHl avcfiiM 1 , IM it pJtllonl- M- lh« WMliM-liiiry lumpllnl, svhoro bn svu>t (iiH'i'utrd fin hu|t nl^lit for ol M«. und MM. noiialM \Vt»(»(in«»l(l nl Mlllvlllo ni'li'lirnli'd l»»»r I'lHirui hlrlliday al a Valentino pnrly nn ( l K |n< coliit' fH'.lu'iiin \VI\M carried out In riMl ttnil whit" ami Valentino- ili'iMii'iillnhM pi-i'vailod l'«'i' tlio oot'fi- ««lun Th<iw ullniiclluK WITOJ Ont-n- 'ihy Ami NVHii-r, 'l'>«»n and Hobcrt WnniKlcKI, Hcotty and Hobby An- iirnwM. Cnnnlo Wull'o, Alrn, Harold Wdddflclil, Si 1 ,, iMi'H, llurold 'Wood- IU<Id, ,li'., Mr«, llosvard llDiwoknoobl nl 1 Mldillcl'iiry, ,Mi'M, KrunU Iliiu^or or Wah'i'hury, Mrui-n Woocldold, Mr«« r.hrlMllii" bnWMi»n of MltUil"- bnry and hiilMn and Unnuln Wood- VIHITKD I'AHKNTH Mr, and Mi'M, llarnld 1«), Mblllnn- drn oC Kalrvlnw avcituo luul tholr dftiiu'lilor, MlMM lllitru l.JhlHi'ntton, a MtiiiliMil <»l Wi'lh'Mli'X onlli^cc, with HHMII (ivi'i 1 Iho w«oU«nii(l, CI.Al'UK TMAVI'IUS H'TKU NValliict' I 1 !. Truvoi'M, ,fi',, of JIJ Kill Mh'nut waM litwt at a party In hdimr of lilM brntlnM', Claudo Trav- f.i'?t Malucduy nvoiilnfC In PlnoM- •n than I'.Ti ullondod and a KlH: to Iho Kiiosl of ui will Moon initor iinllod SlutoM army. 1.A1XKH 1 AUMMAIIV TO M A nv«»ilar iiin«Mi»K ol 1 tho Auxiliary, A, n. II,, will hu hold Tui'Milay MVonliiK, I'^'b. 17, at 8 iiVlwK In Hlbornlan hull, HKTUMN K1U)M Kl.OIUDA Mr, and Mi'H, llarrlrt Whlltcrnorn, .h 1 ,, of Cliui'oli Mtrool, hnvo niturnod iVitm ni'lando, I'Mu,, wlioro Ihoy MjMMll till) |»ll»t i'rtW WOOUH, ANNOUNCf'! Mr. and Mr?*, Jo^oph Amhrosn of ProHju-ct Mtrool, Union Oily, nn- ntnuu'o Iho birth ol 1 a daughter, .In-Aiut, nt HI, Mury's lionpHal, \Va- Ici'hiiry, (in Tdcsday, Kol>, iO, woddhiK of MiHM Allno Mario hui'.'ioy, ol' CnliHiililii Modhml (Ion- tor, Nosv York oily, daughter of Mr, nnd Miu Nosvnuiu K. Dorsoy of NS'at.orbury, lo Harold NV, Turn- liloiu, «>f iln»vo Mlrout, HOH of Lhu lul.> Mr, and Mr*. Androw l-\ Turn- hlfun of NtuiH'alurU, look piano Saturday murnlMK at 11:1") at Iho (ihiiroh of HI, ,lohn of tho, (.IrnHs, Mlddlohtiry, Hov, Kranols luirretl olTlolalod. Mr, and Mr*, ThnmuH K. Murphy svorn Iho aUondanlH. TUo odiiplu will live on (irovu Hlroot, \\'al,orhiiry, wln-n Ihoy ruUirn from Hiolr woddliiK trip. YA1.KNTINM 1»AMTY M|MM Union AdaniH, a Mtudont ul NVoHlnvor Mohool, Mlddlohury, wus hofth'HH In a tfnmp of t'rloiulH at a N'ulontlno parly Huturday evening /it Iho homo of hoc falhc.r, Au.slln I,, Ailiuun ami Mr?i, Adams of Mid- IIO.MM KOM WIOKK-MNI) M|MM t'alrh-.la Folultt, daughter of Mr, and Mi'H. Nnrrls Kollntt of Ui'tn'M'M ttlrci't, a nludunt at WolloH- |d,v 'oolloxo, 'AVclU'Hloy, "Miftn,, tho wook-eiKl .^'Jth her parents horo. ' " "" ^ ' . . ^^^coliU^o^i.ig of St.* Francis •TA M. Hocluly,' will bo noUl th 14 ovoiYlnK at 8 o'clock in the bt. KrunclH Holiool bulldinff. THo rog- ular mooting wan iHO j l ° dL J llctln ° l> Monday, l-'ob. 2^, but duo to It bo- lng.aholi.lay,,the.time .was changed tb tonlglit. • , . • MAUIUA(JI ( : ANNOCJNCISi) Mr. and Mi% Charles Finko of \fnminw wtroet aimouiico tho mar?K, of tholr daughter, Miss. •MI/abHll (!. J'M/ikc, to AVIlllam. J r ,' ( ,, 7o n of' John, lono^or Water- niry/Cloini, Tlio ooremony was per- d In WliSliliiKton, D. 0, Feb. ** |>y llov. Father dole. Mr. kii-H. 'Gordon Ol«on of AVuaJi- ! n C!, were tho attendants. »>-,,••, OlHfln was the former Miss AM'atlm Jonos ol' Watorbury. |.'IU)M IIOSPIAL- ,„„,„;„ Siilllvim of North Main vtlrool, svho was ncrloiinly 111 at bt. Mary'H hospital, Waterbury, for Jmvoral weeks. Ima recovered and rnturnnd to IiiH home. () l !mil TALK ON HAIHO KN.IOYKI) Thoro wan a largo attendance, nt UK, 'YOUHK Pqopio'H Koiiowship mooting hold la.st nigh I In the oarlMh hoiiHn, .lamo.s Parker, an- iioiiiu-.ur al WATH, svas tho snonkcjr for llio uvoning and his talk- on i-udlo work ami brourtouHtlng was gronlly onjoyocl.'llo unasyeroU.ciuos- UOIIH al'tur Iho talk. . -- r*~*r* - "~"~ Japanese Infantry At Bataan Today (Con tin nod :from Pago ilrlvu hlH men from Jiir/on Island may nlart at any moment. 1 Thn .lapaticso had been conccntral- hm on Singapore, .straining to over- ,u,mo Mtuhborn • Imperial resistance. Now that Singapore has fallen, they will bo ublo to spare whatever re- liii'oroomcnlH, j-ogardloss oC slM, iHHUlofl lo overwhelm MacArthur and his iiu'-n, I! was feared. AVnek-orul \Vnr ,'Dcpnrlmont com- munlriLH'H Hiild Japanese forces on tho Uataan Peninsula battlofron!;, weakc.ned' by heavy casualties, were •moving up fresh troopH for a rc- Humpllon ol 1 their offensive, SixletMi days ago the Japanese, commander, Ueut, Oen. Masarahu Ilomma, believing ho had MacAr- thur'H forces .nt his mercy, demanded tholr unconditional surrender. Oth- m'Wlso, hoHald, they would face ' ln- nxorablo cliHfistor." . , ••••• •• ;.. MaoArthur has hold out'pn.fialaan Poninsula now for 38 days, .compared with the Japanese one-week •MioKo of Singapore and still has not fallen back upon hlR own ."Singa- pore"—tho fortress of'Gorrogldor off Iho ti|i of I3al.aan In Manila Bay. in the battling of the last flvo wookH ho appears to have held the Japanese lo an 'advance of. about Jo •mllbH Houthwnrrl -of the Olongapo- Hermosa line to which his men. fell back on January 0 after the fall of Manila. • ' , '• A War Department communique .said that fighting along the Baiaan battlofron t had been "limited lo local, unimportant'patrol skirmishes' with llio .Japanese evidently feeling out MacArtluir's lines in .an .effort to Mini a -soft spot 1 -or a springboard, for lliuli 1 olTeiifllvn. ' • . "Koroos of Ibe enemy .eyidcntly are bolng rdgroiipfld.l'or a reVumRllbn of tho olTouslvc;" the communique' said. "Japanese units on the front line, which luul sul'forod heavy casualties u-o bolng relieved by 'I'rosh -troops." Incroasl'ng dlacontcnt behind the lapannse lines Including sabotage uul I'oarloss hostlKty on the part of tho Kllli>inos—in defiance" of flop. IIomnm'H tbuoala of wholesale oxc- outlons—was said In the communl- r[iin to bo piling up troubles for Iho 1'iivarters, ' \ ' Tlio case nl' a Filipino truck driver named Cueva who sacrlllced ills own life to wreck a truck, and kill li. Japanese soldiers was cited. {'MifVn, volunteering to drive a trunk loaded with soldiers over .the rnads of Hatangas Province south of CSuvHn Navninnse on tlie eastern shrji-o or 'Manila. Bay, 'sent it over u cliff Into an abyss, kllllnp himself and .li soldiers and seriously Injuring all pthors -aboardy .' . .• — *^±. — ^ » » •' ">•;-.-;•• v..- •• Largest «n Ohio River . tl\e r) ,Jarges y t ^c^y^on Old Age Assistance Tax ENROLLMENT OF OCTOBER 1st, 1942 Tlir (loii.nnotlwit Sdiln l.inv |)r(!'«iiini\«i nil |)w'sohN t 'l'rq Id III) yjMH'N (»f Wi liK'lu.sh'P, rnsldliiff l» Mils Jloi'oufjb o» t)o INI, \\l\\, \\H onrolli'tl I'oi 1 this tax, whotlici* or nol tboir names urn mi Mm ollhiliil ll-sl: iiM'l '»• n»y. H.mo.nninrw \vhicjli_lm.yc beo^v (iiiillli'd iituy l>o udtloil und nftinos wblwh sl\on)d nol bo..lux(Hl, MXK.Ifl'T/ONS from IbJs tnx «i'o- firnnlod only lo honorably, ' veii»r»n.s t iHsniiiucl «s u rV)XUlt of survice to ; a corn- All iHM'.sinis so nnrolh-d nnd Im»ln.il<Ml, WHO 1IAVIS NOT UlfAIJKIIOI) I''()H KXKMPTION AS PMOVIDISU. HV LAW, • AHE HK.MKMY NO'I II'MKI) -ANU WA«NKf) TO PAY THK OLD AUE ASSIHTANCM TAX OF : ; •, THREE DOLLARS —-($3,00) on (ir licl'oro Alaroh 1st, ID^U, ^»t Iho Tnx 'Colloolor'sj OIIlco, in (lie T«wn Hull HtiildlMfi, {H>(W.«CI| Iho hours or 9 o'clock A, M..nnd, o o'clock Pi >l.i pxc'rpt Solurdays, nnd o,n Snl'unlnys botweou tbe hours- of Jl o'clock A,-»l, niul M o'clock Noon, \Vnr"".I'lme, After Alnrcb 1st, ilKiS, nil unpnld Old AIIO Assistance Taxes oil IK Is oiirolliumil nrn by linv, rnlsod to Four DiiUm's .(S'i.00).' All I Imp slnlni nbovo on Hltnilnrd Wnr.Tlmp. t Dated ul iNuunntiujk, r.onnccdoul,, this Utli,'dny. of February, i 'i". .'..-.,, . ,, > . JA'.M!C& Fi 'FIT/fJElVALlli, TAX (UM.LIHCTOn, nOllOUCJH OF NAUGATUCK.....'. MAKK CHUCKS PAYAHLF, TO TAX COLLECTOIt, BOHOUGII OF NAU.UATUCK,.,..- .... • - •' :..-.^ ^.\. -.Sr i^l-'^.i^ IJJVJ, BEACON ••<?,«•• Beacon Palis, Feb';':lG-Conscnp : tlon of'men'who are'35 : .y barb of -Age and riot'over. M,-.years,.-and young men who have reached their 20th •birthday since Jast, July: 'and wh6 did not'register .'lii the. last consopip- •tion are.at present .be.ing' registered • ; fn "town'.' 1 ' PrWay.;...afternoon, . there (were JP cmpipyes::^of the ^United 'States aub^eiv.'G'o-;;;,who wcrfe \ylthin •i fie age li in its required for this tion- Kcription. 'Saturday,-: employes of tho -Homer D.'Bronson. Co., were registered. • t .; - The general registration for au others who have, not as yet done .sp and who -are within the-..ago;-Hnjit, ' ! is taking place'today at 1 .'th'o"...town •hall'until 9 o'clock .this, evening. Those failing to "register \vviirbe-.-Ii.oUl. li'ndu'r penally 'pf .,lhe law;" : '-'-.-'''"- ;; "/. ; The tb'tar"'i v egistration. .in.' the p.pni-:- imunity. will, not be.:made krjown, ,as-,. : on 'previous bccasidns'; ';' : ,.:, ,,//^ ~ ; Sinc-b' the 1 .(Irsf' selective, •."se.ryibe:. regl'stra-tibn in 1040, a 'total.' < . . . ..to• "70 ybuhg.v.n'iGn'Vfi'pnr 21 .to. years h'avc b'ce'il. .oi th e}'.-; . ^ sct 1 vlce.pr,.'cnlis;tecl;;'This ; -. in 16e : p r.-.' c n 1 i s'ted;, T|i i s,: 19:^.0^7,; witli" tlic' s .total.-'•;.Yeftis't'epcicr jund' th4;'p6piUa.tion:bf;'Wi'^^^m^ 'AM -porsons/rpglsterdcr^terl;;^!^; 1 I've ou't of 'town, have'';bp6n ' ; no'ti- . Hod that ...-th'TJlr'.:/registration • cards i wi 11 be' 'fbrwarcl'ccl tb" 'tiieir rGspcc- i live draft bo.ad.s','...from ,. tliQ., looal ; , board district 47-A,'Seymour: '•' | Requested To Roflister .; ,, ,| ' The medical'unit of the'local GJyil- . Ian Defense •'organixdtipiv reciubsts ; all women who have t.alten a course : jn homo nursing;.and.''first aid, 't;o register, their names "and type .or training received .wi.th Mrs.'.'Dan.Iel Koo'nx, Mrs. :Raymond Doiron : , or Simon Frank, proprietor: of the. Bca-: coir Falls Pharmacy, ( . '"..-. Boys .owning .•bicycles arid willing to act aH'messehgers'.'of the Medical. Unit arc asked to please contact Mr. Praiik at the drug store. -.. :' ., There will 'be a meetjng/ of the medical unit of Civilian Defense- at the Center school on - .Wodno'sday, February iS, at 8 o'clock in'Hli'c-eve- ning. All graduate and .practical- nurses arid those who have, taken more than., one...course in.. IJrst aid- are urg'ehlly 'requested .to -attend. •,, .^ictpry V-xti •/'IN. •;\j"»j-;t>n -i/fitJ ui'att uiuii yu*p«j.^, yj. unw v^uw* */•",'-• IA "*"'•••- ,-,— , -_—«. '•••'4tiip>-was c 'sent :bft with: Carolina wiiie instead of'the. usual.-chi &:*&-. v;-y:^:-,.,:• ;\^.Q^v-•#•• ;&;::••.. :' ; : . .-.-;•..- : ..'•--... •-. • '". -.--.:.' -.(Cento ;Vff*y^ Iffi'^-ft;*$£"•>:•. .-.•.•.':•'•• ' .- U :, ' : •• = -• :...- : " ' ' ' ••' Here :•'.. j.G o n t.i n u'ed. i'ro m' Page -One) : "(i)-' I3ycry.'maleJjiU^en : ;nncl.;e,very' iirinle nlicnVrcftiding -in ' Connecticut, •p'n'icr'. than; per sons excepted. by the Se!(jotivb .Ti-aiifihg'and Service Act of 'J9^Q".as 'amended, 'is ..required to prcs'cnt'liimsclf '"for .and. submit to registration- on. February' 10, 19451, Ji 1 be has ••not' registered; previously and •If ""•' '"' ' •-' '•'/ : "•.•.''.,'.: :-,. • ".' ' .' (a) Such. •pers9n Has.Attained- tlio 'twentieth aiimycr'sar.y-:o.t"the. day o.C his•b.ir.tli qjrr^iCttefore'December._ai, '19.VJ;..and,lifts;not : attained 'Llie forty- .firth';oniV).yprsni-i^'of tlie;.day. of his iVl'rth on;vbr ; -Bel'6re',Fobi.'uary 10, lf^2. : '(b)- : •ft:nny'.!p*9i > fl.t)h-.is J -in doubt as to •wlrcMfTier or.'inotr'li- h.ould regis-. : Members of .Girl'Scout; ;T$$o&$j>£ holcl a. "VnieiUiiVe''iD'arty 'Prifip.^^^: n'rrig 'at ''the Mi time-• of. Mi^f^janjei. Kborfz, wi'tli I/he ; affAii'"vb|3.ing A : ; S.:sUc- ooss.-Those .prcseh't. \vcrf^Mar^^Jtn 1 : Rung, Lillian Sab'ifti.-'Mildred'-^Koonx;;, Barbara Brenn'an, Marth'a- l ''Cffm'p33eJl* Florence Lennon, Maureen Kiernan, Linda Gelniinii Rosemary ZopUo, Edith Lou Shetler, Doris Mitchell, Barbara Ml-toliell,. Natalie Evans and, Marilyn Ferguson.' Guests included frank-'Wynne, ,Tr,, • Gordon Evans,. Ernest Chc.stnutls, Gordon ' Heiss, J'nines Woodward; Jr., ' Richard Kbon/,, Raymond '.Turzsliiski, Clayton Dub.ois, Jr., and Austin Ford, Jr. ' '' . " ' ' Miss nnulcnl Enttu'tilins Miss Betty Bauknt,.a junior o'f the- New Haven Slmtc Teachers .college, entertained .at .the borne, p^.h.cr, .parents, following' the junior senior prom of tho -college-oh-;...Saturday evening, which 'tool; place. at the New :; Jlav'cn . Lawn, club, A^ which Miss Margery "Brerihari/bX.tbwn,. was chairman. ' ; • ;' A delightful time was .had at-.the Baukat 'homo with-'luhch'anci 'dancing talcing place • 11 -.:,- 1 - : '• .- ; . p Those present were memhcr.s ,ot tho college and invited' gucs.ts,, ami ti'll aUotifled the -prom. Those' pros-: cnt at the party Included'Miss':Bau- lait nnd Claude Hearh. Muiisatm, Bonn and -'I;.Warner Johnson; Mary Dohorty and Richard. K. I3af.es; Mar-, jorltt O'Koo'mnn and Arn.old John-, 'son; -Hilda Zlm.luiss, arid, Ali'i-'.cd- Wallena;' .loan Miller '.and -William' Slibn; Pauline'Varl.s And '.Prank. Sm'l th;' Peggy Ahern arid : .Tamcs .Mi.-l- lor; Helen Niti.dp and 'Joseph '.pqnjy: ban; i-Iclenc O'Brlon' ;md Fred' B.pr- nian;''"Margery Brennan and, Juolj ^Williamson, also/ 1 ..Miss ... Harr.jel Malonc. ' '"••"' ' '!'"--^'''/•'' • " A ~ . .. old to •' •' : -" Ti/\';s iYc.s Mother, J ahi-solng away =.; : • Oil V to '.work hard for. -the good li.'S/A,'. ,' ',". ' *"•'. Look me over, now. aren't you proud That you 'havo a son'to. join : up in that cr.bNyd? •' ..,'•' , .'. .-•God will -lend courage to me and Coiiragfi l.o"/lgh f'f or the Red, •and Blue;' -"• ' -.'••..' . , • •Like Mother, like son-, a -saying so . : . ••: ,-\ ,-. -' . • •• •.-.-• I am sure I inherit my courage from doean' and', land 'may di-vide us for a while, ;....•• But some sunny day I'll . -.be back, with a smile, - , Put away, my uniform and lay down • my gun ., ... . ; . . . And rim. to; say ",0h I Mother we've . .won !"' '.-.' ',':'. ...-:,-• . ••• •• ••; • An'd .God will watch, o'^er usj.i/lu'.ough ,8tcirs-ln the slc^ t -,/V^ .. • .:'-,.,_ (iyj ;>.. So, 'dry up those tears, : in f .y r ouiv;sad :pretly eyes- •• ... .-,.'' ; ...•,..;[;:- .^'-' -:'•; And • when' you' got r the message that . we won, '/.I..-':.--,..''.. •;••:<• .You can stand up and shout! That's \Krnest-, ir\y. Son! ' ••Written b,y ' thinking of Beacon Falls, f (,er, h^glio'ulVJ Vutib£iij4r'the. nVqper Tegl$ta1/ib'\j- : ^q^^^^ i-f.' iliey ^i'e^rrivftita'cjvYsab'lc•;-, :... .'• .. ' (^/Re^Bpatibir^slTpukr be,,; made 4 : ;ar^csygn({te^ v ;i > egist 1 nitjpri;.place of WqdocaK'-b^lird,:area';.in.'which tho r.egJsli!^ home, jcftx^i^ to - ]le '^otWGen/Uii^rlip'Us^pt^ #."• .m.-;,and |>!i1p^'Tbfs' ;v;d'gi«rtra'j,jph: pTucc in ay: be i;h e£<i$i o^'p^tJie;^ i) cirJ ^bp a rV1 having pub 1 f 6 : , p lac'.eUp Ji^p j3C'r i y • design a Led by the local .boat-el. ' ; ' . (aOv.'WWiife anyone :w-ho Is un;a vo'1 dab 1 y a way' if r o m ..his. h o m c on February '10'', may register at. the registration ' place most- convenient, on. that day/ nil registrants are urged-to make 'cvorye'frort to register with, their, own JoxiaL boards to avoid possible confusion in the future.'Any person who must register'- away, from Jiomc .also is. warned to carefully specify his home, address so .that his registration cnrcl may be forwarded promptly to his own Jocnl board and to ensure thai, ho will be included among .its -rcgis- {.rants .and 1 'J.ir its quotas' Jf .he • is found (-6'.be . aua-lHled'! J'br. military service';:/., ,f.'')i '••.•.''>.•"•.'. .••-.'•'••' (b) 'In- certain industrial centers whore ;ilicre arc; fnct'o'ries and -shops employing sub.stantilii numbers oC workmen,'local bo.arcls :have author-- lzcd.1 to-, arrange' for registering such wo'alteiiis- "vf 1'1,'h i iV th e "es t'aljl i sb m e n ts. .'(o).^Special, registrars also will, be .prrtVj.'eiecl i- td'-register mciv 'who ctm- np.t'ap.p.eari nt ; :a 'designated, registration 1 ' place•llcoa'usc.'rif illness or other inoapaci ty'.;/ IL- f s', .incombent u pon these, men to advise a roglsLrar in t!ieij.V .local; board area of M.lu'.ir in- a bJ I i ty _ to ap p,ea i 1 .a t a r.cgi.s tro. ti d n (d) lOvory man .subject .Lo registration who 'Is nn inmate n!' an asylum; > Jt'.ii.l i; ppnitentiar.y;, j'oforma- tb''ry-i'-6r' : 'fll'Hf-i1ar in'stitutibn, on Feb. 16 ia.roq.yij'ed .to rcgi.sji^r: p.n the day hb .Ie'ave§'"tlie-1nstltuU'6'n/ ;"(3) ^.ficgjs'trqnU;,must answer all q lies ti on s/dsk'ed' b'y' the registrar for no ta ti bfr.- 'p n; \the regis tra ti o n 'hard. It i.^ importanti that • the. registrant desoribe^:his''lplace of residence in detail'.'as'-'.-jy.elI as. give 'full particulars as 'toHlic' all dross at;,.whipli hp will, be'syrevi.cj Toceiyc mail or'othcr •'co'hVm ii hi patio j'is.'', ? : . •••• -(a) .A v registranl wlio lias more than:-.onc : ,. pi ape/oil 'residence rnay ,ol i bpsb'.--wli ich 'One, li p vya'n j,s. i'obordt eel •'. as--his-"pTace'pf' rcslcieiTce 'for h.o .-tU.ua. ,-wJJJ r /Jfisigjaate.' the.i-]oca!. board Ay|ilch 1f ^al\Y^yk/.Svfi.ny'!hayeV I ' jurisdiction : over •;• b J m. ,;-No '• Vuan s'jeh.t' acid rbss may ^be :rcc.orded, ; however,- and So- OocLIv.e •Service R'egulations • also pj'O- •h'il^iV'^a'n.t^^j'ilterfere-hce.-r.oi 1 -Idiclation Jiy -:aV-registn\r.''wl?cn ,a•-.- registrant •h'ay.in'g.'m.pre.tjitih pno ; 'place 'of i-'esir dcncc' is making his choice between them. '- •" ' ' . . . as 1 1 iny -\ inp .t,h,e.r,.;..:0f •Conn,; i :'on • t|iis ;.day, Private'. A. GantyV The Alison liquid-cooked; aircraft engine was.-'dQsigned ? to l^a no wider than, tho "pilot seated .behind it. PEARL . HARBOR 1 UNCLE :He's'.'.iny.!uncle ',.-., -. • ... I 'm b i s. • n e p'h c\y .' n n d • I proud,I am,-...-,•'.., .-..•-,- •.. • • , • . .Because'-• hp\s • doing <his share for mi very : ifiu't|..\vii(cnivft:.;i^il^ ' ov'eiv' '", • '•'•:'.-,•'. ,"'-.-.'' "''':'*' •'• •' •. , Ancrthe fljB;lds white with clover. Itr/may be, a, long time, Bui .when the..time comes, T hope '. .we'll Jiave peace and quiet, forever, The'n"*'wl-iefi'•''rny,V-UnQ ; Le-./-..is,...old and ' gray.---. ';.-. ;;' : ' ;/- ;; ;•'".'"': v- .-.".- • •' •' Ilc' v< !Un lopg,back''aiid say,. , '; ; " '.I., aid >pif : ./ : 'shara; •-for.-. the .... . '-By. Ro.nald rWvere.tt -.". Basil," . street,''NaUfcjatuolc,.' for my ; lilriiie ,o'C-Beacon'Fnlls. who is ••:'(b)'A'registrant .who-, .lives;.on an RKJJ?rou'le'which goes tlirough -two .states"-Is required - to Jndicaie., Iho location of his, .'residence,,: ;rathci than f hoiS'.mailing.address.. ...... 1 'While it-'is. important. tbat--.rcgJS- ;traUph.'.be-.conducted vas" speedily.-a> : possi'L)leV- : - the/ director:.-said, .;ovoj-> registrant \ylll b<l given ample time to", rcsnohd- properly to x the ,questions on the-registration card.. After the registrant, has answercc all-questions aqd signed j'iis namu ,'to'tli'o i-egisl.ral.lon card, he-will bo given -a registration .ccrtillcaLQ signed by. the registrar'. ..Tills, e'er till CM t( must be In Lhe"pcrsonarposscssio! •of. the registrant'at all ...times.,. Failure tb possess tbis'certillcate,.or to show it to authorized' persons constitutes a .violation of Selective.bcr- vloe-Regulations and is considered prima facie evidence -of failure to register."' ' " ..,-.-,. cjm'stiOHiitur'es wlll^bc'^given r-s^ '••• : - HEREWWDAYS The -Salvage* be Nou- jjo of these pickups ipunced 'through sooli.;Watch for will . be -nn- nowsiiapcps schedule and rub her,'scrap metal £"«*. n.,^1 S ^r^t W, nnd ,we.wl,ll arroiigo v fou Ini- turn State War 'Board 4s cooperating w I i our/division; iiV selling ujv in Arm pbrise of salvage. collection and t Ts jjelievod ihnl. tills .fai-Jii. program will .uncover quite. .a tonnage ln The fl !otJnl^(?lvl8lo ; ri-' is. fortunate ,lft nv ng l^c advloa^nd 'lull Vopcra- on of -I- a.'GtWn; of-the Nfttigaiuck ' u i • yj< " • *•*' r , . ,,> jjijcnl Co'., who, as,, : a member or General Salvage committee oJ our '3 doing..a Unp.lob oX.icoordi- nation between ; the state and JocaJ riKriqinns and committpos> , • », • •What to- Save ^nrl iTow^Pa Save II: ' HU1313E1V-Bl'scarclccl fooUvcar<.gar- den hose, rubber sheets .-and pads,, rubber toys,- old,tires ami ; tub<?s,' etc Keip a pasteboard.box in ; a. closet or basement in which .smaller jtpms mav be stored. l.Hi)K-y .-.(irl-i.clcs., such as • garden. hose, may be ;cut-in rcgistrwils whcnlhey 'register, Uic 'director emphasised,, nor will Ihoy Jj0'required at.that trnio : lo- undoi- 'go 'any' physical/ examinat. on,' _ A ^ueslJoii.nalre is sent,to each regJs- Iranl, when his order'number has been determined by a, lottery and. s reached by his local board, Physical examination is ..made only aftei a registrant's local board has, pass- 'ocl on'ljis'gencrol qu.«ljncatipns-ona avniliibllit'y and has determined thai be should not-, he deferred . from military service far any reason .other than possible physical. disahU-ity, ,-!-. i. , /.; ^^ - .... • - ~7~ .fpr'eafii'pr.'liandlinB .... -Air^rdgfc Vbicb «,' rca'sy .'ifili.oxi Id. be, stored i n \ ")6ard ''packing box .for - easy ing,, or may be kept in sacks on and woolen fabrics are »'tc| B&rl -ieptable. Do not dispose O f iiciils wliicli m'ight be useful | 0 ,, \Q(\ Cross 'ojr other agencies. PAPJSn—NENVSPAPEKS shouki U tepf in..d .separate pile, folded acrod .hc-cehter.th'q'way you see. them o ho'iicVN'ssiwidiS. Tie a Mrinj- ; ,,. 0u .aob , pile,.when, Jl readies' a fo . )igli, When yon have thm> fcoi Vo will' have approximately 100 J)ou ' J whiciv is a quantity most to. tlio'co)lnolor. MAGAZINES—Printed paper sbou'lrt- bo piled They are more valuable. "BOXISS-fCardboard and boxes-:shoiu)cl J3e broken piled'"flat,-- b'ejng .tied jn b nud ]J small •"enough to, hnndJe; easily. ISfETALSf-Sci'dp iron, stool, per,'bronze, lead, aluminum, xino- are needed. If you have quantities they, may all be ktp'i'1' one pile- IT V°u have largo quant j sort them into boxes; Do NOT s l,ob v '.'dangerous• -to. handle. j) 0 .> save tin cms. There are no 11 sJngVplo.iiIs in Qonneclicut or l3y 1; s-i,ni.c8. abi|0: to handle. n n catl j DO-^.Q r l)'.su've' tin or lead foils n, } ess; your lo-iitVl i'efense couneji rvuso.for. them. The govevnniPDi already drastically reduced n, c ;oX these foiJs and, ibc 'avoilnb'lG will be; too small to iinpdrlna't. ' \ •NOTE—lhstr.uci.ions rpKui'tJing of these .materials may ho r ev ^ At th'is time neither nhiss hot'n "iior wooden articles ilnd ;» niarltct.-v 1 .: ;., •• . •• ;. ' .D<>ci»' Not Like Hor«« Onb of; tho m'ost; prolific \v of Hollywood' '"Westerns" u.Beil Burbrid^e./says the America m*| Qxine; Xh'lO years'-she 1 is turntd., more lhan;:m hundred of whalij film foUcc 'call "giddynp" movkL .''But; sti-angeiy.. e'nbugh, this 'and '•of-'horse'.' operas^ writes only ' •hearsay—she just 'does nol 111 . horses. To Relieve Misery Rub on Tested Cotton hose for women. Full : fashioned in black, •" V ' whrte and Bisque, Made by a fine old hosiery ftrm, We,have stockings for every hour of : a busy day, A complete new Spring: line and colors in Children's Ankle;Socks has rust arrived, See them for yourself; The KennedyStore F.RBDD'Y .MARTIN, on tbe of aclu'evohierit and leaping- P'pp'u larity, is rated tbe outstaTielirig band leader .of tbe day. Freddy topped Dff'a brilliant season, during which his arrangement "of the /Tschaikb'^' sky B liat -minor piano .concerto became tbe nation's craze, by capturing tlie,country r wide popularity contest staged on tbe air by Coca, ooia for two' consecutive w.eek'fl, and now carries the musical orurit of RKO Radio's new Him attrac-, Lion, "The Mayor of 44tb Street/. 1 . Freddy, now only 34, was pegged as a determined kid by bis teacber.e in an orphanage at Springfield, Ohio, when he showed hie musical talent to tbe bandmaster of tbe Institution by beating a tattoo .on « chair with a pair of. ptick's. Tbe bandmaster encouraged this talent, and" soon, bad young Freddy "playing the : drums 'in the band/ At 1C Martin left the , orphanage . : and started .to work as.a grocery, clerk, later forsaking- this job f'or.-'.a job as 1 a..salesman l!or a;inusical;.'cohv pany. During,, -the' cpur.se/; .of....'hisi business. Freddy sold a saxophbn^ to" Guy"; Lprnbardo,;' who;-bfEey6U- : . tfl give : Martin a'".iesson pi] ophone. ..Freddy, took ; the; ~.-,,~- tunity•'.;•. and '. soou t inaslerod'^ t|H ins.tru'me.nt,.' tyien..proceeding't6'--6r; gariize -'bis orchestra. .- Tbe ; '{i3rsy p'roi'essibnar ;app,e,arari'ce of : t'be-i4nJ|i was at the Bossert Hotel 'in Brooklyn, where Freddy was known fit Captain Freddy Martin.. S'i ne'e filial, time, Freddy , has-augmented' an'd inijirov.ed.' bis. original. orga'nlzaUon, until, now his seventeen-piece ,. unVi 'has become one of 'the most populai in" the\ country. ,lh a , r/eco.r'd;''enj gagemeht at.the Gocoan.ut, GroyejiiD the Los Angeles' Ambassador iibtel he held',t|ie distinction of ;• beipjE the. only orchestra• ever booked, v fo'j a return .engagement before. -tli< termination oi 7 his previous cou. t^act. Freddy's music IB \yeil iiiio.wii thrpughbuL--the .Middle West whe« he vvus fea'tured. over. VVGN and Ui« Mutual Netvvork, for. : " three .- ycaH . from the. Aragon Ba 11 room,. Freddj arid .his:.Orchestra .jilso have au gootl .John Uncle now ss^ vertisi Wanted WANTKi>—Mnlds for hbspllul work, Hertford, Conn. Age between 20 and 45 years. Hospital experience, not. necessary'. Must live in. Good , saliiry and. llylijg.'.conditions. In . reply, slate age, marrlorl or single, and where last employed. Address JJox "C n in onrc- of The News.. . AVAiVTKl)— 'Kxpericncfd siilcsladics. (.iGOd opporlunil.y for riglU. per- son. Apply Momiuy morning .al. ibc Bon Ton Sbop, j?i Glinrob RI. 2»l,'Jd3 WANTfiI)r-l»iii1io,vs. Apply .S, Atnrn- bci'g, Gbur'c-li slrcel. .2rlOU(>. WANTISp—Mn'ui' to do plain cooking, ami general . lionsewprk. Luundress .employed.. Kxcelleni, working imtl.'Jiving.quarters, 1 A;M- 'dross Box • "J," -uare. of News . 2-i3-d6 ''WANTED—iSxpei'ieiieed • for dresses t and- nVJUinoi'y. -FJ-iic , f u ture: for '• righ.1, persons. Apply manager,' ;• Bon..Ton Store,, \ne\v ^ Pusho ' Building,- Church, stj'eet. ' '•-,.' 2-iO-d3' AVANTI5J)—Kxno^icnw»tl' i'cniale cook. Preferably '•Gc'rnSmV- or Swedish exi.rjicl.ion. References required. -Address 13ox "O n in care or' Tbe f News/ v ., - * 2-i/i-iiG. WA|\TKp~~Ga'pnl)l< 1 / and experienced lypisl, and. slehograpber, for diciQ- plionc and general office work'with- manufaoiut.'ing'coj^cprn. Good sal? ni % y,. excellent opportunity. \VrJf.c, giving --fun -detailrt lo. B-px 13 ,i'n of-Thc'iNBWS. ' 2r3-dG .. r pe'ared", at • many promliieiit' amuse meiitv : centers,'in -the xcoimtry eifclt as;. The ,'Palmer ..-'House,'.-' Cbicago; .'St. Francis Hotel,, San' Francisc'o; ' the -Royal'"• JPalin "Club, Miami; thf• Waldorf-Astoria^' St Hegia; Uitjl jDarUon, Hotels; in Ne.w. York ' .CARMEN'S,- Custom Tailor. Conts sbortencd, GO cents; dresses ebor- tened 30 cents. Top coalsv-and overcoats ^iG.BO up. Phono 4957 147 Squib Main'• slree^ Naugatuck. .. ;;•,".' 9-24if > QUALITY GOAL AND FUEL OILS WE '. imivEii RELIABLE GRAIN & FUEL CO. COAL , COKE - FUEL OILS GRAINS 5-7. .CHURCH STREET TEL, i)07«. TO RENT—KornisKort bcnlod rooii for 2 oi' :-J gentlemen. Contrail)'1J caled. Pbohe 5858: 2-13-T Lost LOST — Hunk ' Hook No. Niiugaiuck Savings been lost. Any person cl-aimB on 'said-book is on to present the sfiinc bunlv \vlihlh i.wo monllis siune book will he col led nnd' cxtlnguish^l, new one issued In lion January 30, : io/i2; s Feb. to or jmil Ibtj ISA! For Sale SALIC—1/2 H.l». I OJ:1 Burner, and. a Hndin Albert;..Meyers, 1C Onk SHOI'-n \ff\ o/»»J«i »p»w<-»vy» - ••"* , .J .ii'en'-'or-ooosider.1.nkihj! a P ar '1 good, opportunity for• rli?m Ff Q'ak/.s.treot, • FOIt. ,. ;i\, •• . 2-i3J3' •..HP*' •• 4-room v \r9Tk. ;-i-iyr+.*jfy —rrj^j,-»v v * .-•-.••• ,, ( , house..Ayldi'JUvp .iin^" isllc<IH JiJ oiV scAOnU-'iloov.' OarnKC ti™* .Price,; ,^,25X3,:. .Also, fi; 1 ' 0 ! 1 "};^ ni- A-iv ftonrmioiv. AslunK '^ .A. Sbe.pley.-Tel, l 2-'i.'^. Hiidson, W FOIV SALE—A ''''"• '/:lias'radio, beaicr f rosters. Gail 5003. — «; u -— :— --„.(, l.it)R ' SA'Lfc—A 10-rooin *•" hpuse,' location UiglJ slre . C :['!S > A 13-robm 0-family li oll8l| ;;,j '-, o\v slrcct/.^S.^OO. . A G-raow > iiy v/ ;.-and,'.13-i l oom 5 " 1X;1!1 1LI > ^i , on Meadp\v str.ecr., W,wu- . r.oon7.'3rtt|Bny Tionse on^ _. rr 3t, .jf7,8Cp. . A .7-room V 1 ho-use and' g/jrfl»e on w s.troet in town, $7. r)00 ' "* to .bpy,. build .or sell, sc^. Labrlola,..your reaHor, »" ?.t. or ; Te). 3458. ,1 Ceiling Gutters/Ceailcrs; 'flnnlM, Jl and'Purn'ncc ^°1;;' JAMZS BAKBB telephone i r '^' . M Bradley St. .. ^"°« tllcKl

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