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Pago Two ST. MARY'S TO SPONSOR CARD PARTY MARCH 16 John 'Haokott And Mrs, Er- no»b Anclorson Oo-Ohaiv. men of Oomnvlttoo At n Joint im'uiMnw of Mm Allnr and Holy Nanm HoclellcM of St, Atury'H nhuiTh, Union city, Imhl "it AN'erlni^uluy uvnnlnw It \V«IM dt-eldnd Id HponHor u liuw card parly for Ihn heimlll of Mm church lo hn Imlil on SI, I'HlHnk'M iwo, March Hi, in lint ohurnh hall, The following noin- M svcre a|iprovcd, lionornry cluilrinaii, Unv, .lohn inrly, fin-'oliHlriiH'ii, .1 o h n Maclmtt and Mrn, K Sheridan, CoiiMtaiicn Hiilk«ivlloh. lUiyrnoml flonxln, MI'M. ll«'iiry Xwlck, Krurik Urnllh, iVfi'M, Pal rink Slierlilun. TicKcl coioiultl.!'*'. John S/apllckl, Mrs, .fnliii KlMMiiin 1 , .mini IHUW-I, M' 1 - 1 Scully, JoMcph iNcni, Mr*'. Pilhllclly ciuniiilMne iN^irtln Mi-M. f.iuih .liiini'h', l-oulM llc.rlliolhy, MI-H. Harold SN'nllT, Cdfumll.loH on labh'M -John (limp- lick, Mrn, .loMi'i'h Kane, William Dnliin, Mi'M, .ftilln Smcy, ,lo>UM'h IHU 1 kin, Mrx. Ida I'nlim, JOMC'.II KarkaM. Ciiiniolllcp on lirl/t's MM. .lamCM Thui'Hton, Mi'M, ilohn VniuiMMi', MI-M. ,lohii ciiilllimMi', MI'M, ,lo>ti'|ih Inirkln, Afr», Jaun'M HchHff, MI'M, Mlohanl comtnlltco .\Ii'^. Iliun (loKMln. MlMM .lull, 1 , liremian, Hlnnlcy UcH^nck, MI-M, Andrew Mr- lUM'iitoll, William K U./KI 'W Id, Mr.-i, .loiui \\'. MchcrtvmM, Mluirli'M fioiu- anon 1 , flaymonil Howard, TliomaM llnnlon, .loMcph Kane, Mi'M, l>. Michael SmMh, KntnrtalniiiiMil - l-'n-d Xnluulor, Wllllnin .1. McU'-rmoll, M!MM Anna Lynch, .lolm MiiMkcy, MrM, Mury , i.eoiiard (IcMncck, 'S BATTLED FIRE FOR FIVE DAYS memlii'i'M nf fin Amorliwn er (<ilil ln«lay h.nw for ftvo diirliiK llmh 1 I an I. u ni'n Unit Ihrralniiml him ilrc-fh ol 1 IniiH ol' nmiilllriMM Uioy WITH (mcryliiK I'm 1 IIM»> by Hid Jirlt- Iwh fnivi'M la MM' iNVar KaMt, SVItHi limy rniuliwl port an InHur- unco liivPHllxalnr naif) (lie Mffi — which hrokn nil I. In luM-Allimtlo— WHM dm penult nl' Stilin- of Hinokn from Ihn i\n, ,'l KIIVC Ihn .'Hi n-ewmeii the lll'Hl NoiiiflhliiK NVIIH wronK. A (look loud 1 of auldinohlle trunk Imilh-M madn tlm Urn dllTloult to ri'ucli, crewmen nald, and "wu had In chop (Hit 1 way Into tlm hold, whleh wan lomlnl wllh lolli't pupt'l 1 , InhclcatliiK oil, kcroM<'iio iitul {'.aimed lu>nr, tl The Mhlp'M fu«l supply wa.M til- molly helnw hold No, ,') and Ih of InimliM, slu'llM ami r WIIH Ml.oreil in holds N'»- nnd Ji. Whil" Mm IIUMI Ilii'lr llvi-M (I'Muiiulitil on - Mli'Min Inlo Mm hold In nn hi Minolln'i 1 Mm riiiiiH'H, Urn ( hctirli'd for u SotiMi African I'ort iimliM 1 furci'il dral'l. The 111 1 " waM nxlhiKUlMhiMl when Hie Mhlp iM-aclieil Ihat i>nrt, ------ -4-+>- ............. TYI'lll'S I'UMC-M'TION TAKMN ««« ..... . San KranelHCo, l'V|», y7-- U I') — filly Ifuallh (inilc.er ,/, M, has axkiMl liiMlallnUon of a IMK Hlallon »M a provcnlnLlvn mmis- lire awuliiMl lyplniM. An Innn-rmn In IcuiMc-JnriuiUMl patlonlM munlnK I 1 -'' San l-'ranolsi'-o lioMplluls from |n»oi'- ,,r iniurlei'M of Mm clly, IIIH bnon EBRUARY SALE of FURNITURE ENDS SATURDAY! INNERSPR1NG MATTRESS SATURDAY! SPHINCM MATCH AT ,K I'KICK AME NAVE YOU NOT 10NOED TO OWN ATRUIY riNI WATTRES5, tho kind th.t miporlottve In comfort, but ttmt w » LAST? Woll, U la to «lvo you SiANDARD DUALITY (it d PRICE tluit Oatormoor makes this clunnmcu of nccumulfltocl ynrclngo of ticking in 'broken color rcniKos, ttiiloi'ocl onto mnttrosa 1 bodies of •Uinclnrd con»trucklon. 1 ho covorinffi uro of Oatormoor'n »tnncl«rtl qunllty, full wolgut, <\ncl your,, choice of pattorny, BETTER COME IN EARLYI At Thono Store», Only FURNITURE STORES I7B-185 (JIUWCM ST, NAIUJATUOK 1700 WATKItTOWN AVK. (OAKVIU/K) Taps ;Vs.! Burma J .».,rw;' ••?^ 1 --- •/=•• .',; :. .!.:i! WILL ATTICM) AMNIVEHSAKV MI-H, WLhnl lUiDln ol' IW* nvonuc, will utioiul lli« 5()tli wedding umil- voi-Hiiry nl 1 hnr parents, Mr. and Mrs. hoiilH JlorwIlK in New Haven on Sunday. lll'"n'HN I (1 IU).M r'LOIUDA Mr, and Mrn. Adam Olivolrl ol' May Htnifit havu returned from Kln'rldu wlmru they Hpo»L the past two moiilliH. . • KNLISTS IN A1UIY diehard I. Hanson of 45 Prospect Htriu'l, Union tilty, liaH onllHlud In Uio U,' H. army, II- Ima I)(!0n Im " IVom the \Vatorbury , re- off I (jo. VISITKI) IN MlHM Kdna Sohnisck of Coon street,has I'Dturnod IVoin u visit In Klot'ldu, RKTURNS rUOM HOSPITAL Arvld Sunhlado of -100 Walnut struct who has J)nnn a patient Ut l,lm Walcrbiii'.V iioHpilal for several dn.v.M, rnturiiml to ills lionio ThurH- ilft'y, U'INTKN SKRVM1K TONKJUT An 1'JiiKllHh l/nntfin mu'vlco will ho af>nd'nolf!(l at the Imnumual l.iithonui oliurch (his ovisning at 7:HO o'olooU by the pastor, llov. Harold Luims. Tim choir will hold a rt'lwarsal ul'liM 1 the sorvice. PIIIU.H! CARD PARTY Mrs. MoMalin Travnr Is c.linli'inan or Lho (unnmltlac arrjingtug Hie puhllo mini parly to- be given at 2 p. m, OH Mtmili fil-h In odd KH- InwH 1 hull by thu Past Nohlo (il-uiid'H oluh of Ciolumblim lloheUah lodge). OIlKM 1 mnmbors oi' I lie c.oin- inlllni! arn Mrn, llulli HarraU, MI-H, Clara Mull, Mrs, l/orella Newman and Mi"*. (.Jlara Dibble. CDM-'HK DKCJRKIO TONICHT Tim Itoyal Aroh tlegroo will be ooiilVrrt'il upon u class of (umill- from Slrali'ni'd at the regular of Allerton ohaptcr, Royal Arch MUHOIIH lonlglil. at 8 o'clock In MaHOiilu hall, Wallnr L, Tai'l, of llurtl'ord, I.U!,M,I J ,, will make ills olTiolal visitation. A numl)er of (lluiplcr Masons from towns in tho vnltny will al.Umd nml all LlhapU.'r In 11m borough arn Invltod ••'LAO TO Hi'i .niiiwoATiw SUNDAY A now United Stilton flag will ho (liitllimliul at l.hn lininuiuml Uit.li- 1 Mi'im oliuroh for uso In Mm ohanecl, i Sunday, iMuroll I, at .10 a. m. H will Im prosnnlod by the presidents nl' Mm various soclotluH, namely: Mr«, (H'Oi'Kd Kulin, roproHnnting the udltiH' Aid; Minn Cllara Sohlllnr, the idling Pooplo's Hooioty; William (liu'hnr, f.lio Men's club and Leon llnlihinfl, representing Mm Sunday Hohnol, The pronoiitaUon will bo.ut- liMHloil by a Hoy Scout color guard. 'MIC OK iMIWTINCI GHANUICI) Tlm iiinotiMK-or the Young Poo- ,.III'M KnllowHhlp of the Congroga-. lloiml olmroh will hn hold ai 1 , 4 p. m, Instead of 7, Sunday dun to tho hlnukoul., whloli InUoH piaoo at 8:.'iO l>, in. COMPENSATION AWAIW Tlm I'nll o sv i n g compensation iwanl was approved by cornponati- tlon commissioner John nolI, iri Waterbury yesterday.-' W;- .1X- Mogin, -inc., oi' .Naugatuck ; and-I3ur-- •loy'C Moore, of-12 Spe'nccr avenue,- Walerbury, injury to tlio-Vibs.^un-' dor ' the -shoulder, 'blade,-' '$23.3\ l weekly, beginning,.;December;;8.^:; • I2VICLYN FKNSKIS HOSTESS " ;;;:; : ' A meeting-of the Aleoa''Club'Ayas hold Thursday evening'a .tthe home of Miss iCvelyn Fenske bi t iV 1 7..Higli;- Iniul avenue. 'R'ofroslimerits 'We're .soi-ved 'and a ,social , hour*.enjoyed following -the. meeting., Thos^piiesr 0111, wure: .iMissjfa Lucille ,:Dc},; ; Gar.lq, lonmoes Gabriele, Phyllis' Fredericks and '/Ana Pabrisi, , ; _... .•• ; HICTUMNS FHOM HOSPITAL ,1 nines' Koiinn; 'sprf'-df Mr. and Mrs- Waltor R; Kiume of Highland 'nvb-- lino,-has r<!i;urnod from tlio Water-'bury' JibspilJil, wliei-e he- was' a pa'- 1.1 out for two wocjUa. ' TAX 'OFFICE OPEN TONIGHT : ..; i •Tlm tux ortlla'cior's o!Tiee ; 'in k ''ilie lown •tuill building Avill : bo'opoh ; 'to r night Cram -7- to 8:IK) 'o'clock foNl-htj- pa y 111 (j 111 of o i d ' age ass I s Canoe J auVniiiolJile -and •• otinu- ; - taxes. -Thcv olTlf-u willbn ope'n tomorrow'from U |,o .12 • o-olocU- nooiti 'Those v who fail to 'pay Lliclr -old age 1 Inx on nl- IVcforo 'MOiula.V wo(jl« will be -nsanssecl ; an- r AIJKNS-MUST RW01STER •'• Toinorrqw, Folii-' 28^,-ls'.. the -last, day for • ; filinn's of Oermavr.rnnd; itn'lian birth to register,''in; 'a^co'i/cl; ; i' v with " PO'HttaJit'r with tlif, ; l(iw,' v with l<V'iink T.. fironn nt the ., ,,.. post olTloei- The olTico •will.njiafio at. noon tomorrow. " ' . -1 ' ; ! -.'' g 'v" _ +-+-+ —•«•'••••. ' Defenders Qf Java 'Await'Japs' (Continued from page,one) , si on • forces' assembling' upoiv SO- matra aird Hall for. all~oiit; at'tab'K on Mm rich slrul.ogio UnlLcfl'-N'atloiYS 1 strongholds. '•'•'•" ;; "' ;l '" > Tho main DuLch attaclv was dl- i'ooL'Of.1 at, Jnpnnoso Invasion ships rtSHemhlod olT Banglca JSland, 'oppo- slte ' tlm Palernbang aren • ol.' Sumatra, Results of the- attack' -we're' not oliservocl because of ' : Lhc flcnoo opposition of Japanese flghtbr ]j In lies. ' • ••••"> .M! Tlie sturdy Dutch awaited the, Japanese Invasion with calm, Ge'rcUpin, Tor Poorlon caller! on 'Java's"lib- 1 fniidnrs to "fight like wild cats . .'. Hull I. like hell/ 1 and assured them that Mionsnnrls of Austral Ian, 'British, and Amnrioan,-tropps "aro- there lo aid in ,tho. last. (IItolv defense. _ ^' A Stockholm report '•.fiipriiv''PoHlM. .claimed Germany has.-.givon- up 'at- l.nmpls io bomb I30il.'airt.';;t6 sl-on, Hiullnff .MinMJie-Nqsil force cnn he cmplnyotl'nipre • dihntly I'm 1 othRr purposes.';-" , The Royal 'Air Fbroo made other heavy attack on Kiel, probably in an attempt to damage the Soh'nrnhoral. or Cinaisenau which aro laid lip Micro. ' Tlm Axis was ('eveated. to be making slrlngcnt efTorls to mobilise Prosh man power not. only in'Ger- many and Italy but in nil of Axis- domlnatod Europe for war. production and new armies. ••• • • •' • an. "WHERE THERE'S A WANT GarstbrTs Sale Ends Saturday! Don't miss the opportunity of the year tOv£ ( et Gargton Quality Clothes at far below market prices, We're moving', and consequently able to •pass along tremendous savings in men's clothes to new and old friends, ; in view of present conditions in the wool markets, we know that you cannot m a t c h prices of $21.85 $23 85 $25 85 (and some to) $45.00 for such high quality garments, 3 CONVENIENT " ' WAYS CRRSTOn 99 BANK ST., WATERBURY - .'OpeniBat, 1JM.9 l:<M$^f'^,^ *&^&:*$!*g ando|ay/Si ' *a«*Y-4 Arrows show the route'of the'\Tapa- •he'se 'drives•t6 r/ cut-th ; e -Burma-Road, It'i3 ; TCported\that Jdjpanese troops landed' on th'e we^t'cpaat of the:Gulf ;of Martaban (1) : aouth of Rangoon, '•''Nipponese 1 -'-troops-' are -reportedi to 'ihavc"'captured Pegu (2),- cutting off : the Biirnia^Roadiv^S miles-north of •Rangoon: The idrive^is continuing •vveatwal'd•;'t6wa'r'd' : Prp'm'e.:. : <8)^;in an '"atteriip't to ! cut'off i; the'retreat'of the •'BritisK- ; rgai»i f ison v - I -1h i .''. <i th'e"--\Burmji /"• • ..•>;. /'o • ---'capital. '•'';'-'•• - ; '- : .'••'-.". {•!•:'• -•••..•: '•• • '•,-^''^ '(CentralPrest) ;••'•—v By CANDOR;'S. KLRTN '(TJ'n'ited Tress ' StaIT Correspondent) Washingl'Qn,-:Feb. 27^--(UP)— Tho Ntiv.V's '. •'.Vi'g'Oro'iis' counter-attAckH iUgahiKt .CJ.ormri.n.submarines are be-r, Sieved ' to Vl.Vo.ye. restiltcd,' in 2!. of ' rnidei ; « : 'being sunk pr damagLd 'l.!.".6L.at':.least.. 70 1 attacked,, olTcial ' ' .said enemy niiiy. have been ,-] i_4 | / i i | tv i. ^ » • f.f ,- ,^. ._..» -^ •- . u even ai'cal6r 1 -\J : )iVt..cvlt.lenc.iJ was not. conckisivo ono'ugli to make it cor- talfi.^ . The navy.' deparlmont aiaa av^iclecl rnaklrig positive .claims/ of •sinIdngs;'Ku t'; iri; tl'ibso cases 1 w.l.ipra-; ''itr : ..'"'hfe'liev'es 1 . submarines .have linen 'sunk or damaged, the Hubstanl.iatins i'evjrlonco"-.hns been ."oxcolcrnL.'V'- the 'spokesman saldv • Last Dec. .21 Secretary of Navy Knox announced that -'14 German submarines-probably had been sun It •or damaged" by American naval i'oruuH operating 1 in the Atlantic. In that treport Knox. did not disclose- the niirnbei''of-sul)mn:rines attached. Knox ''reported Thurnday thai, in, 50 attacks during January-and l.he. llrst'^B'Aays, -br'^ebrUary, the - navy \vai believed ' to'" ''have . destroyed tliriso Oei'nmi.;.,f>ii.bmaj.:ines urnl .dam- ngorl four. Sotii'o "o'vldonco of suc- -.CGSS, in the other attacks was not i-qonciluslvq:' \ . •• • • 1 'rhere iHva.gap .of 10 clays in uic Lime •'"eovor'ed h.y v -.tKe two Tsnox sl.nlumunl-H, A •NnVy : ' l !}pbkesmim" said li, was quite probable that fou 1 .' or. live attaciks were made on onorny 1 'sulmiarinos during that pf.'riod— IVoin Dec, .21--to Jan. 1. ,. '^ The navy" ivas. 'refrained from an- .'houncing •submarine counter-measures until it is reasonably certain the enemy Vis .aware of its- losses. \Vlietljox 'there have-boon attacks since Moriclay was' not revealed. Kn'o^S-nVew report indicated that as great'a. toll oi: allied shipping is - b pi iig: - ].)0> OA by... Gorman sub mav i n es this' month' as'•' during Janunry, FcAvOi'i I'll Lti'clts: ' have'' :> been • • made against. t|-ie r ,undersea raiders this : 'Vrioiil.h,' 'l'iii'1;• that ;; 'may be because t,hc siibmarJnos have oxtenderl their opni-ating area southward to the .Caribbean/: .after-., attacks, -farther nbj'lli,' . ! ' "'. ' , •' 1 'Knox^'proviVled : no new -.spcalflc inforn;ia,Uon ^Qiv.tlio resuits oi.' the anll'-sulVnVarino ''campaign- In Hie 'Paullie;'-' Mfr.-'dlcl sny; however, 'that bosidos the three .Japanese sub-- 'marines-Minnoimced sunk between Dec. :I(V l'041:'and i^eb. 24 "there is ''no' cvidcn'de ' Of 1 ' J'urthor sinking of enemy :..;,.submarinos in Pacill:j waters,'".!. -• •' . -v'•'-•• "••> .'•>' ' * ''»•;.— —• FROMlXIURTSOF Hartford, Conn.,;• Fob,:' 27-~(UP)— Annual ' probate court -financial statements Were 1 filed today .with ' FairHcld, i 1100^^8207;'Balance '-• $5,-: : 08o; • Bethelv\^iiiooWev;!'$2f)57v':' balance .$101)2 ',•••- NaugaLuc-lei'••^income- : $0957, balance $414.1;- Wes'tbrbok./.incomc Jj5(5 l 20,--bnlan6c $5:10; Wallingford, income . $5JB9,- balance- $395(1; Sharon, income $1807, balance gi224. . - 'rQ/^KEJSTTrfiOinfoi'lnlJlc-'.nooin... for 1 loij S.^ebpl.p; Apply, at '.150 North ^Main'' v s'trcet. . '".' ~ 2-27-d2x.i ti f 44,OG2 . op clv; SavHigs^"' IBanlv ? has peen,Q3R' ,Any P.crson ' having ' : 6'l'hims^'oYi' said, bodic'i.s called .upon to .present'••:the same to the bank"'within two months 'or .the same book will be declared can- s.ceUed and .extinguished, and a new - one. . issued in lieu there- January 30,: 1042;, • , : • 1 ': T.os Angeles, Feb.- 27-(TJP)-Shor- iff Buffcnc Bisoftiluz, chairman ot he S Angeles Gounly Defonse Council,and the Los Anf les Ihrics railed on government, ..agencies lo explain connicting reports nhout U e "why" of Wednesday's a ^^"alam^ln-'Whiolv anti-air- oraft\guns- ; .ilred-.Juindreds of T °Th?domnnri l . resulted from 3eopQ-- Inrv of Navy Frank Knox's assertion ba, he understood -the nve-hpur b^kou'/andanl^aircrafl, been, based ou a "We-decry the very do -ne to civilian the:reporled stat ,of the. Navy -Knox : tha.t -We dnep (1 ny's "air raid was a false alarm, iscnllux said, "We liave called upon Major ocn. Walter Wilson, commander of the Southern Oaiifornla >niMtary •< [ n^ tSc and the office -of Brig. Ge:<. wmnm 0. Ryan of the^fourth Jn «•- centor command to do what the} could to clnrify the situation. •kve believe it is highly important that we deal in'good faith with the thousands of air raid -wardens, auv- ni n ry •polic'cmen and ' other volun- i'cers i7,r),ho defense effort. • ThO'Tlmes"~carrled a front page 'editorial',-unrler. the 'title, ."inWrmaiio'ir: Plense,V' r and .quoted Knox: -'Ml was'.Must-a false alarm. r Jherc .were -no planes over bos Angeles last night:-At .leasl,that's: our understanding. 11 '"• •"••-•• •;" • '. r - n _ ni . ..The.--editorial cited the fouith army's''announcement which Ih early- morning alarm. re- m reports of unftlenl fled er tin area bul. thai no Dropped nnd no panes allhoueh worte were "' ' Times respectfully inquires' « Hal w « . pnnlinued "Apparently the, -anmb no Son was thai enemy P an es vvcre here, and preparing o a cic. Ihl or later, ^^^.Vai Hire formation, .he s ^ s S/ Snn M hft t U o wore no planes at. all and mai; i u vhoiciliingwasafalsoala^ due largely Lo Htu s. cmolely intimate- any- to onilglitcnmonl.." THAT'S'BLASPHEMY TIli^i? ml ; * t ...'\> -'/•>'• . " '*• '• . • "' •" "\\ Cleveland, Feb. 27—(I) P;-,i).i Harbor'is a sacred name no\v- sacrcd for a beer parlor, yvii new cafe was. christened' -nj Harbor Cafe, 11 3,000 \voin.> n s,1 petitions'protesting \\\^ nuin e 1 usHod a change, ]|, was—to -iJ r-fVW> ' ." "I Cafe. •»•» Try' a Classified Ad to <n sl)0 J odds and ends. 10Sc| IXHi IS UISST MS Pittslleld, Mass- » ?eb three his moutli. Believe misery fast -externally, EYES I5XA.M1NKI) By A. W, WALKER |isicr?(i OptonuMi'isl n( Wichaek 68BANKST,atOENT£Jl AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING HLACKOUTS AND AIR MAID I'ROTECTION— ••- Be It Ordained by the Board 01 •Warden and-Burgesses of the Borough of Naugatuck. • Section 1. In order to protect life and property, in the Borough of Naugatuck from enemy action !,lic Warden . is authorised nnd directed lo carry out blackout and air raid protection measure.? in said Borough at such times and for siich .periods as arc ordered by,the Army, or- Navy, and • .1,0-promulgate such orders, i ulcs anci regulations as may no necessary to Insure the success ol the blackout and air raid protection measures and to protect life- and property during said periods;' provided that .said or.-, riers, rules and regulations- fiha.J ,- Include LralUc movements ol cmivrgoncy or other vehicles, evacuation oi' residents, oongrc- gatiop -. -of. • persons on public streets and sidewalks or in public places . or buildings, but. this 'enumeration! shall, not be taken '-n.s--a limitation on the power to promulgate orders, rules, or regulations 'governing any other . subject, persons or property, which must- be regulated in or- dcr. to J'nsu're'-'-th'G- pi-oper carrying 6u li of any . d u 1 y au tii orlzcn blackoyt or air raid protection • measure, • «octlon'.a.- The Warden may appoint. 1 for a specified time as many civilian police, without pay, from among residents of the Borough of Naugatuck as may bo deemed advisable for service of such civilian police and. they shall possess all the powers and privileges and perform all the duties of . regular members of the • police department of the Borough of Naugatuck. Said civilian police must wear such •identifying emblem as may be • prescribed by the Warden and ";it shall be unlawful 1 for 1 any of •said• .bivMlftir policemen to attempt -to carry out any order, rule or regulation promulgated under the authority conferred by Mils Ordinance when he 'is not wearing said identifying emblem. Section 3. This Ordinance Is an exorcise by the Borough of its governmental functions for the protection of the public peace, boa 1th 'and safety, and neither the Borough of Naugatuck nor any Individual subject-to regulations N lawfully included herein and promulgated pursuant to au• thorHy herein conferred shall 'be . liable for any damage sustained . to. person nr prqperty during/or as the result of, an authorized blackout or: air raid prelection measure. • Section /j. When deemed necessary in order to protect life or property, during a blackout or air raid, • the -police; or the •olvHian police, authorised -herein, are authorized and -directed to enter upon any premises within the Borough of Naugatuck and extin- guslh lights^or. take other necessary action to make effective any order, My rulc or regulation promulgated ..under the authority conferred by this Ordinance. '..Section 5. Any- pei-eon, llrm or corporation violating any of the ; provisions of this .Ordinance, or any, order, rule or-regulation is•sued:- pursuant thereto, shall be deemed guHty. of a misdemeanor ..and, •' ..upon', conviction .thereof, shall. ,be;-punished by ,a fine of aiot; exceeding Fifty Dollars. . ..... Section''.G. .It is the intention of, t-he Board --of 'Warden. and ..'Burgesses, that each separate ' provision of this Ordinance shall. be :-docmed .independent of all other provisions,.herein and-it .is further the intention ,of this Board that if any provision of I ,this 'Ordinance bo declared to bo invalid all other provisions thereof shall' remain valid and en- j'orceable., . . ; . At., .the. Spcci-al meeting of the Board 'of Warden and Bqrgesses .held on-the 20t<h day of February,' .19''«2, it was voted that the above.,Ordinance, be published' In accordance with the provisions of 'the Borqugh Charter . pertaining to .the : ndoptio.iv of''Borough Ordinances. : ' ' . Attest-: V'- . CHARLES F. DALY" Y • ; ; • ;r , ; '' Borough Olcrk. V •-. '. .-.•-..• .. ; . •" '-••• V : ' 1 : «" •'-'2-27-d2 | . HALF-PRICE SALE Cozy House Coats ROSE, AMERICAN BEAUTY AND BLUE Sizes 12 to 20 Regular $5.95 — Now $2,98 The Kennedy Store Thomas Bros, ii | 109 MAPLE ST. Phone 5184 II Auto Body an4 J ; Fender Work ' K -Auto Painting- "' 24 Hour ^ !i Wrecker •Service Great Oak Farm oxFono ROAO MILK -4 CREAM OHOCOLATE MILK POULTRY Delivery to All .Parts of Naugatuck Telephone 5049 Classified Advertising To Rent For Sale TO RENT—Five room tenement, aH improvements, first floor, -n.l, • 5d Lewis street. Apply at 40 -Lewis street. . 2-2i-(16x Wantod WANTED—Wornim (o <lq cooklnfl. Good wages, No laundry. Live Jn or out.' References recmircd, .Adr dress Box 0, in care of The News. WANTED — Experienced snleshuly, fall. lime. Apply Bon Ton store, . d7i Cliurch street. • 2-2 ; i-(13. WANTED—A copy of the Nuuoaluck News, elated Sept. 12, 1941, 1'or use of the public information division of the local Defense Council. : . FOR SALE—Eifjlit room, l\vo Ily house, practically now. i improvements, also 2-car garftt monthly income $80. Lofoilcd Swede Mill section, rcnsonnll price. Also a 10-room 2-famlJ house located on North Msi street, Union City, across from s Mary's church. If yon waul buy or sell, see Palsy Kahrlolj J^ealtor, 172 High slr«el. PN I^O« SAL12 TO S1STTLE ICSTATIC 4-Kiunily-' Duplex House U GG-G8 .Rpitroud. Jnvcstmc'ni, Open-' for Hnr'ry ,1, Slicrni«r, A 142 Curtiss SI,, Union Cily - • Dial 1)460, Evcninijs. WANTED—Three or ft room npnrt- men!, or tenement by adult couple. Address Box "Y 11 in care of The News. . . 2'-24Kl3x. RADIO SERVICE —DONE BY EXPERTS- ALL WORK GUARANTEED, * LOVINE ELECTRIC CO. 8 Church Street Dial 5024 For Prompt Service., Metal Ceilings Outler.s, Lenders, finning, Roofing and Furnace Wor.k.^ JAMiuS BAKER Telephone 2555 M llrndley SI, •]•• \nnoatuck, ~ QUALITY COAL AND FUEL OILS . : WE. UKL1VER REUAIJLE GRAIN & FUEL CO. COAL - COKE , FUEL OILS CHAINS STREET TEL, 307(1, Wl LLrAMSPOHTKRS ATTENTION! Bonn's moving van will .be In Naugatuck Tuesday,. March- 3, 1942. If you are planning on -moving' back by return load, write us> or phone 2-7553 during tlie day or 5900 •nights, . Williamsport, Pa. Roun's Trucking Service,, 30 Bennett St., Williamsport.-'Pa, .. -; 2-26-d3 - ' ; FOR SALE OR LEASE-Vcry ^able now- house wiih garage. In Naugatuck, . Jftrge..un.-10-Unla rooms .large, l| bath and lavatory, two large play room and cellar. Oil burnrr Hot nace and' continuous domcslic waler. Large lot.. Kor sj! small down pyanienl- or w M ' 16 right party. .Don't miss HM chancel 11 ' Telephone ' N nul ' house with;-two unilnisliud on^ second floor. Garage Price $5,250,' Also G-rooin family. -All improveninnls. ojrw In . A-i-. cbudition, Asldng •A.'Sbft.ployV'fol. SAL^A 10-room 2-f»W< house, location High street, A 43-room 3-fiimily lioxisc, ow slveet, $8,500. A G-room • Ily and -i3-room • ^family 'jj room 3-?aml'iy TIOUSC 01 \ c "'3 «i,raet, I7-.8CO. A 7-rooni l-i fll "'1 howsc • aad gpruyo on ' illj street ia-tpwn, $7,r>00. If >'«» to 'buy/'fcuild or sell, sec i Labriola, your realtor, 1^ "• CARMEN'S, 1 ' Custom Tailor. f slidrtehQd) GO cents; dresses^'r, teiicd 30 cents. Top ; overcoats ^16.50 up. 147- South Main street,

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