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CONN. L & P. CO. PAID $3,725,709 IN TAXES IN 1941 Increase In Operating Ex- poruio Exooodotl Total Rovomio For Year •Ofioi'fttlllK rrvoWluM ol' Ihn COM miotloiit Mfclil. find I'ownr muiirmn I'm- lU'il worn up morn Mian tun I 1 " 1 ' (UMit nvm' I.IIOMM ol 1 K»W, urmirt jo dm wmilHwy'H annual roi Nvhloh WIIM rnlo/iMnd today, but onifiMuti Id ox|MUiMi!M and pHi'l-lrii |y lit laxi'M InfiU UH'i'n lliait all nt t'hn liioiMMinn In I'ovnnui'M, f'l' W.ll'l.r.OT svaM nolod In VovcwnnM over tho nrovl- yi'iu 1 , bill- Ml'lnr rxpniiHi'M wm'O lint. (.pni'tillMH H'Vi'liU.'H Worn iid.DfiiMM IIM rniupiirnd wllli .,:ii;i.7u« in iw j 'i». K ro ,. ID-,!, svhlln In MO llu«y worn lU'l I) I "f'i'.V-iidiMil. II. I- Canipl'fll staled | n (.tin miMii'l Mm I. l-lm roMlM ol 1 (In-hut Minlni'MM have risen nharply and will HHO Ml-lll ruM-linr, Tux<<* lor lOif worn WJVf'.W, and InorouMo ol mi.UW.riU'-J nvoi 1 H>iO. WaKi'M, h« oortl. ol 1 iiial-crlulM, tlic rnMl of MiiX t-uKulalcd' all bavM Inci-euMrd and will ooMllnuo lo luoniuMn. "llnonUMU of menu ofmllMiini H.-ilnK " M W> uifiMt ol 1 which arc bryoml Ui» ('•'»li. ( ,l di 1 Ilt« nutiuiKiMnnnl," Mr. Campbell Haiti, "Uin limn IIUM roino when no I'urlli'T rediiotlonM (In n ,| ( ,Mi ure pOMHlblo, and IIHU-OUHMM MiiiMt eiiKaWe JiorlmiM ooiiMldenilloii," Mr pointed otd. Mud. major KimiH | m( | IHMMI reKbitered 111 Hah* of bdtb KaM and eleel.rlelly to Indun. try, ; 'The oonli'rtlllnw reaMOn for MH; iiMe In revriKieM In IOH, 1 EXE CLASSES FIMflflT ICMS«S M008RM NO BXTRA CHARGE l-'M.T.MI) By A, W, WALKER lit Itic/iaffi 68 BANK ST. at OENTEE ADDITION TO DEVON BOWER PLANT MR ''• &'''•': if.'. • • :V. ..• {-'j'-•- : '!•'•;; ^f-^^. ;vi^;:;.;::.;^ mm ;.; -,a :.'^v|?; ••;::•: : : J? ; .V.- •::;: r ||: :i:^i?^|;^^i; : : !$f3 i „„„,.'„ Drvon iH.wm' n n v y , , f,,,,,,,,,,,^!,,! oponUloi I'"'" 1 .'" 11 "" { """"' 1 >'• ' j 1 ',", ",- < > i. v'i .m""l ™>»..|. « sl!(I » ml """ Si.|ili.|Mhiu' l.xl. AiMionllui l» Hii 1.1 m in \s > pu.irt ItiloK Tin or IIM, s" «lw I" "•' "' nl ' 'f IneroMlnir oefionlllno niorr oli'i'trli' jiowor. ii,,, nr.^ldcnt HlaU-d, "Is that Ron- iiri-llriil In goiu'i'iil, and tlm lorrl- | 0rv (.l 1 Mm CoiuuM-.ticut Light and Power company In parl.lctilar, IH one ol' l.hn ImiHU'lant drlViiHc InuM- 1 -- trv MrcaM-.many of lh« iiianulactur- 1 onlnrpi'lsnM Iwlim mirtlly IUIM •Iv (uinvoi'hMl from pwicollnio. '„' Min prodlloMoM nl 1 war nui- (M H. This 1'iiot oonsLIUilnH n. ills,. im ,l. uilvimluKi' buoJiuso, ol 1 coui'so, H, mnu ,, M that at Iho coiicl.uMl.m ol ((in (Mficrgcnoy Mn'«o onloria-lMO.s ran wllh equal rcadlnoHM rnlurn Lo llii'lr UMiial produnlH." II,, ulso |M)lnUul out that liocausc! nHoimnyVi'riJlln^ici' «>n Hl^ain |»lntih for Mm 'nm,Jor part ol 1 Its KonwiiUutf ['('(ndn-inoiits, no powi-r slHU'tiiKO was f-xpdi'li'iK'.tid during Iho •l' ) ' 11 when acrtaln othiM 1 Hor.- ,,f |he country, whoro hydro ui-vnopiiu-nlrt urn Mm prliuury pow- i-i- Miuim-M, wcro huiulUmppiMl uy u lark of i.ihif'.lrlnlly. Thn niport contained a Hiimmar., of rcniianrlim and m?w llnan'Miin' linn only riM^iitly Imnu ••oin- and wliloli lnc.|iid(!H Mi» i 1 ",1, ,,f all iirovloilM prnt'iM-rfij w ,,,u,v Ihrnugli oxoliuiiKM or rooill a,,,! |,|in rnlHliiK c»r ^10,1)00,000 ol nuw MirutiKh a now prtipurrod .stock Issue to' proyid(3 money I'oi ourrcnL and contemplated expansion of l,ho ooinpnny's gdncrallon, Lriins- mlMslon and distribution facilities. It IH naLlnmtod Dy Mr. Campbell Lliat Uin linancing will cover tho company's capital needs for tho next three years. Tlio Oonncctlrut Light and Power company, Mr, Campbell said is responsible for supplying service 'to OH per cent of Connecticut's area and /iI ,l>c,r cent of its population ' "Our "country is now at war, no iiHsortnd, "and the company rocog- ni/.cM thai Its'first duty, regardless of oxpniiHO, Is to do all IL-oan In rm . n iHhlnff tho iiflsontlal Rci'vloos Coiinocllcut industry must liavo lot I.|,o production of munitions and oilier iKu-.esHary war matorlalH. Mr. Campboll warnt'-d that cua- loinora, employes and investors would all havo to make sacriaces, hut added that "wo hope to distribute, thnso HftcrUlons, .to tlio extent that wo <mu control thorn,, us, (.uiuUably an. posslblu, and In tlilb wn linllc.vn 'wci shall have tho oo. o|)ora!,lon of tho regulatory author- lllos, 11 _____ - _^_____. Try a 1 . Classified Ad to dispose o odds' and ends. - column M Around ' > ^ i?' •• i; '>< s /o 1 ' £<**<¥'"*!* "Yos, Jim, that M Jerry" Do. hony sure knows his Nauga- Luok, and it's all so interest- Around The Clock" by Jerry Ddheiiy an exclusive feature on inside Naugatuek Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday in .•••-• The Naugatuek News Don't miss a single one oi: these interesting presentations — breezy — newsy — in formative — all about the people you know. Order Your Subscription of THE NEWS Today! ••••MM ' P \Vc«k 5 P.M. on ir«>i(l»y,pi'e .10:00 a.-m. 3:aOp. m. 3:30-p. in. 7:00 p. m. 7:130 p, m. 7 ;!)0 j). m, 7;3,0p.nr,- SirSJISWnT-r 0 Cou^Kta- H.W4.M. 1-Ilgli Solioot—Mi'S::,'!; Daniel Koonx, .... Kii-o House—Marry^Cii-ovor. , U.S/nubbci',Go.-fl-ipl36rt;M.Shcpard. .. o— Miss Bertha = 13;; feclii.Hcr.-. .. I-Mlss'Norene M, 8-OOpni. 1 :l:;jO-3:30p.m. • vliv-Mcssci:..'-: ; .. BcLhnnyTown HalJ^i's i?INGEnPIHNTING •• . Gordon. TUESDAY, March :fi-FinST ;AIP?.'OLASSLS . •• , •lO ' ell. 7 7 '• ^nm 1 "T"^^^o^^^^^ : ;"• , , ;So p. m. 'u'^:--i^^ ancl Mlss FmLcs1 ' 7:30.p.. m. ... •-rujniiii i^*ji«p^i-i-' v •• \>—- —,'T- . 1 led Grots''- 1 'H.oUste-^Mrs: Ella .Boardman. • - ' FINGERPniNTiNC!-';"' - ';•; ;' ; 1 :'30-3:JWp. m, Polloe Statlon-Oapt. Anthony Malone. 7:00-10:00 p.m. . Same, ''. ;, ' ; •".••; •''.'. Klssanc. FIRST AID' 'CLASSES ; '. .' : -•= ' '- ' T. M. C; 'A —Mrs. prances B.i Gordon. Fl'rc i-1 otise—-Mahlon vB.; Scars;, ' ' -',"' U "S Bubbor'Gbi—Robert.M'.Shepard; • 7:30 p. m.- 7';30 p, m'. 7;«0p. m, 7'JiO'n m. • fS'aUgai,UCK UHUnin;ui o-J,. j^«,.«"..-—,.,--. rt ,,,7-S n : .n l-llgh-'SonoolvScwing- Room^-Sergt, 'Anthony Farrar. - 7-S&p,nY. S Ll^W^VMMi,^^ 7-30 m CongrGeatloriffirmWHouso^MissJAdolmaP.-.HodBkinb. •,. ' •.-'• • -• FINGKIUMUNTING' - "' - :-:-^ .'•.-••. . ' 1 -30-3-30 p rri, Police Statlon^GaptrAnthony ;Malone. • 7:30 p. ni.' 7:80 p. m. 7:30 p.m. LVAGE-'.-i-'-"'- 1 . V ;-i -. ':•:-•"';.•-..'" ' . • "; : ": " irAVaste ^Materials—.Tames : P. Kissanp. .-"FIRST--AID'CLASSED 1 \''•••'.'• iv ''.r: U. s: Rubber 'Go.^R6bert:M. -SbeiJard. , U S, HUljJJGl UU.-r-J-iWUliL l i\i. ..JH^JJ"^ «-.. . ...•.-.,. BethfthY SclVooi'-'HoiVsc^Harry^prbyer'.' 1 -.;,' ;' •'-•{•• -•-. Bcthany !:: Sdh06^'Hbiise^MrR^'R,o^ .Goodman.... 7 -30 to 10 'p.m.. Naiigaiuck'te^ N - Nolan ' :..•'*.-, _-.... ^-.«-M> ik i-ki^l nil k.Tirv ..l ' . • •'••!••'. •, • . • .• • I -.• .• • - - ...- . •. • 1 -80 1 0 3 '30 p m • Police -Station— Gfipt;- Anthony Malono. 7 to JO p.m. Police Station— Gi'tptV. Ant irony 'Malono. ••-_.- j A JLA i m -'."J-T- .-' ' ' STltOBNTS TO GO INTO POLITICS . ,__ ______ ^=^'11 V <v ll!; v l."could :"o'nJy' know Mn throughout this land our collng,,,.,™ dents intended to gel,, into ) )0 |ji- 1 \vouhi .feel, far happier and ni comfortable about tlio '••'- \ Tbnt odd piece or lurnliure. fliitl n liuycr if you use tho, C| Oc<I medium. N GHTCOUCHI ^' "" -due to colds.., <J . ^ .. ....< , • » v«js t dosing' Rub Another-John Paul Jones fights for American.liberty one hundred and sixty-six years after, his tamo us ancestor made American •naval history ' This "one'is a lieutenant on duty at the Corpus Chri.sti. Naval, Air Station where-he is shown atop ; a flying boat. His brother, a naval reserve flier, was lulled'in-the Philippines. (Central Press) duties-and -powers"of the present chiefs of -'the' infantry, cavalry, Hold artillery and const artillery corps except those relating to procurement, storage, and issue. The'-functions and powers of tlio present commanding general of I he general headquarters air force, ,10 air'force combat command and tlio chief of the army air corps were transferred to the commanding trcnor'cLl of the new army air forces. Th6 President did not namo the officers ; who 'will head the reor- ffcini/.od\unils in the executive or- 7:30 p. m, 7:80 p.-mi '•••• --ii'HOME^iVUnSlNG'-GfiAS^^V-;-, *• ' • : Red Oross'/Housc-— MiVs-Mfiry-.Glaffey. '..'•"NUTIHTION GL'AS,? 1 .,---:--: •-•:•:-:=••; • Conn.''t;i'ght aiVd Ppv^.eV- Audi torl'iim— Miss '""" ••- po.rol.liy. Moss. FillST-A III" CLASSES • : - ' ' • '• •'•''' . . 7-SOn m Fire House—Miss-.EvcJyii P. Jones, Miss Bortha E. boniucr 7 lo p. m. Mrs. Kennoth LIWoflqJd's. Home, ; Bethany \Vood-Mi'S. Mel- vlri'.-Mcsser, ••". . . • '.. . JMlOTOGimiUIS FOIl IDENTIFICATION-CARDS 7-130 to 10 p m. Nuugatuclv^Dofonsc- Council ; lld(.[rts-Onicial Photographer. - •-FINCJEHPIUNTING 1:30-3:30 p. mi' Police Station—Gapt. Anthony Malone. . 8ATunDAY,.Mni'oii ; 7—SALVAGE;- ^ . •;. ;:•';,-•, '•'.'•/'•, >'•• ' r ,. ' ,' 8 a nv-Gp. m. Collec'Lion dC'Wai'-'Wnslo Mdtorrnls-Jnmos K. Ivlssnno p. -PHOTOGHAPHS FOH IDENTIFICATION CAKDS i to 5 p.m. NautJaLuolc ;Dnfenso Council jrdqrts.-~OlHbial Photosrapbcr. J :30-3:30p,m,. Police-Station—Capt, Anthony : Malone ; 7 to .10 p.m.- ' Same. • ' •. Workers Thanked For Cooperation (Continued, from Page One) Roosey^lt. Makps ? s ^ Changes In Ariity (Continued :frprn faster and speed I cr 06- of the army's, .varied signed :l'oi orrllnfttlon functions.- •' •'"' ." : .-'," Rnoli of the basis units will be undoi 1 a commanding general,; who will'be dli-cotly responsible, to. the bhlof of staff, This new 'set-up,* it was hoped, will .eliminate overlap-, ping of diilless: and mnlce .fdivjDet- tor ooopemtl on . bctwecn'- ,.yair 1 oiis component -units. • • . ;'> •• •'•>' vV - ;; "...^.-''V• To the 'army 'ground, force's vyeVe trans fei/red .all th o .opera ti'onal. :f un,c- tions 1 hitherto handled by.Hlie; chiefs or Infantry, eavali-y, .neld,:artillei:y. and coast artillery• ••''''The new air-force take over the duties of the present combat' oominand' and chief, of air corps. ' ; :•; '".- / '; M • "•:•'' Effect of Ilio order," according to military experts,', is. that'the eenr oral's ta'JT' n o w will cl ea-1 only with the three niajor groups ' whcre'as under the old set-up it dealt with more, 'It was .said this will tend to unify, control and make"1'or greater efficiency.'.' '•' , s • The order also delegated to Sccrc-, tary Henry L. Stimsori broad ^au- y 'to create other units which he deems necessary for the national sebut'i ty; • such ' as ; , .task forces, overseas departments and special .conlmahd's' .i'dr . individual theaters of.', operations. This 'authority, however, was delegated /''''subject .always to the : e>;ci'(ilsV -1JY : -tljc J - President; 'directly 'iMii-oiiglV.-.tlio- 1 ; oh-ief , o.f staff of his :fLihc'li.i'onsV:as;-:obmrnander-in-c.)-iiof in .-.rolfttib'ntv't'o'-- Strategy, tactics and ' ' '' ' • -..There "'..whs so official 'wori.1 on 'wJiO''.will:Uye' : placecj: 'in ••command o/ ' ' ' . :: of supply irtir- Airier. 'Vi 7 PA:;)iclmin)st.rator for S r Q\y^^i^i r ^^jgfi.ifcM- ; .P r ^.^ in com: m'ftnd'Vp|Vtit6vsi2p;piy serVice. ••- Lieut;,'- jttc'm. -Henry -H.;,' -Arnold, preson'V :c,lii;e;i; :6r : ,''''the ..army nlr '.To r c bs ,' •' was ../men DI ' p'hb'tl : ' i h ' u n o IT 1 cl »i I spoc-Ailation". as tlie lllicly' cdmmancl- CL- of Mie- ; ;jid!vy-v- : .'|V|i J :'. I'OKoe,. . Mqii.l prominetn!yo-;:mQnliicfnQa;' •; to. command thbV : now> iV gPOU'nd'-' : force wero Maj, Opn. ^qprtney, Hpd^s, no\v, chief' of infari 1,1.7-;: and Lieut. Gen. Losfjo'V'.J. Mc^|i',;,now:.GHQ com- manclQr; ' ' "yV'- 1 -•.''" ..The^roorgdiliV/atidiv transferred to the 'comm'and'ing .g'c'noi'al of- the new army ground force's:, all. functions, which so ably Interpreted every problem 1 connected with '(.he biacu- out. 1 " "Also to former Air mid Warden Edward Weaving who worked hard for many weeks on details ol lils particular dcpanmont, may T say thai, his elTorls also contributed iniich to DIG adequate inlerprcta- , tio.n -of- Iho blackout. 11 "To ' tho unnamed and in many soores of 'cases, almost unknown workers, in tlje .Naufiatuck Civilian Defense picliu'o, who without com- 'pcnsation have fflven so liberally of their time in. this g'roat cause, also' KO tiic hearty appreciation o) NaugaUick'y inunicipal. . government," . ' , "Tile willingness of NaugatucK s residents, who by tho hundreds have volunteered for duty In connection with civilian, defense, indicates that tho gravity, of the into r national situation in which our •gallant armed forces arc lining, an over increasingly, important role, is part 'c:..the average citizen's daily thoughts. .= . . '."Wherever po ss.il) lo Americas civilian population , ' s rapidly gearing for situations in connection with war, and it, is with a great'deal-of pride and admiration, that i view the mag-nillccnt efforts of Naugatuck's. .men. and women along, these .Vine's." ; "To all taking, part .in Nauga- ti.1 ok's civilian defense I say in all sincerity,, 'that Arnorjca's. .armed forces, .already. In action, on. .many fronts, and preparing for probnbJy the most intensive warfare in the history, .of . our . nation, will be a greater, hotter and more effective lighting' machine, .with , the .assurance that, the 'civilian- population o f til e co u n try'. I s ' a u n i lied •" n ii d trained organization able to cope adequately with any problems associated with,our attack. 11 . i • ? .<•',' Chateau Frocks in Half Sizes instantly solve the problems of fit and fashion for short- , iV ^ ^... ^ ,^ , er women. This coat style model of woven Chambray • \ . •.'.'.'•..• • • • is one of many to choose from. < Sizes 14%-to 11 Thomas || IGf) MAPLB ST. Phone 518* 11 Auto Body and II Fender Work II - Auto Painting II ;24 Hour Wrecker Service (I II II IE II II I! Great Oak Farm 6XFORO « OAI) MILK —CREAM EGGS— CHOCOLATE MILK POULTRY ,.',.-, .Delivery to All Parts of Naugatuck telephone- 5 ACTI AGAINST du« > to coldt v -4***.-•', *} Build* up body *• resistance ^ P ^ Bocauep it does .these two. things,- fnilliona call : fpr father Johu'a Medicine afc ,tho first : sign of a cold. Profit from their experience. Got the,, two-ivxiy action, of.Father John's Modibino — and get results. '*'"'. FATHER JOHN'S MEDICIKE 85 YEARS FIGHTING COLDS 1 CAN .YOU: USE ••"A- lomV of ^JOO i cosl,s r ;?20',fiO"AvilCn'. jn'onipMy i'< k i>ui(r ii'i 12 1 - monthly-. consoenlivo 'i!is|'alinuMi(,s;" IF: YOU OAiYVAY S|5IO.Oii P1CH HIONTil '— "CALL EMPIRE LOAN C0m>.. Liu. No. flGS- . -Minor,' Mnr.' 1 Tel. /i -270:1'- Advertising To Rent TO KENT—A 4-rooin flat, nil im- provcmcnls, 'with or without garage. Apply at (ii> Riverside drive. ^ 3-2-dG* TO IUSNT—One slnjilc.-room and one double room, men only; all conveniences; oil heat, continuous hot water. Tel. 47UG. 3-2-dG TO HI5NT—Five room tenement, nil improvements, first floor, at 51 Lewis street. Apply at 49 Lewis street. ' .. /;. . 2-21-d6x TO HENT—Comfortahlc room for 1 or 2 people. Apply at 150 North Main street. < / , . 2-27-d2x. WantM WANTISD—Wonuiu lo do cookincf. Good wages. No laundry. Live In or out. References required; Address Box G, in care of The News. ' WANTED—To rent on east or west side, 3, ! \ or 5-room apartment by family of two adults.' American. Adflruss Box A, in cure of The News. . 3-2nl3* , WANTED:— Experienced .saleslady, full 'time. Apply Boil Ton store', • Hi',' Church street. '.. '., ;2-2^d3. W AN'JL'lfil)— A co py o f the N a \\ \\ u \\\ ck Nc\ys, dai,c ; d''Scp.t. J2,"JO/d, for use o'f the public information division of the local Defense- Council, '"' . WANTED— Hcl urn lonil of fhi'niiur« to B'ingbamton or lOhnira, N. Y., immediately. Telephone Nauga•tuck 4763. : -.<... 3-2-d3'.., WANTED— Thrct; or I'our rooms for light housekeeping, nof, furnished, desirable locution. Young couple. Address Box Z, In care of The Nciws. . ,, v " : .; 0 '. '3-2-dG* " RADIO SE11VICB — DONE «V ALI/WOMK GIJAHANTEED, LOVINE ELECTRIC 00. 8 Church Street Dial 5<)2'< Eor Prompi, ' Service. QUALITY COAL .t, AND FUEL OILS tVK E CaiAIN & FUEL CO, COAL - COKE - FUEL OILS •CHAINS . J,..--/ii,i n-7 .QI1URCII STHEET TEL, 807«' For Sale FOR SALE—KlnUl.' room, hvo-fmn ily bouse, pracliciilly now, laics improvements, also 2-iW Rar" monthly jncomn $80. I*OMI« Swede -11111 section, rcasonahl price; 'Also a 10-room 2-famll house loculed on Norlli Mali streot, Union City, across from?! Mnry's cliurcb. If- you \viml '' liuy. or sell, sec Palsy 1/ilM'iow Realtor, 172 High si reel, Plion FOR SALE—New. 4-room inodro house with two iinllnlslicd room! on second iloor. Oar;)g«' Price $5:250, Also C-rooni family. All improvement. In A-J" comlition. Ashing A. P'-onlcy. Tel. 2 FOH KALffi Truck, used as show oar Driven MOO miles. Porfocl lion throughout. Also ollior buys in used cars, all tires. Naugatuek Battery Service, m South Main telephone A» slref FOH SALE—A o-room i- location High strcc A 13-Voo'm 3-fainily house, ow street, '$8,500. A G-room ily. antf.i3-room- 2-fnmily ' 2-r«W room 3-famny -'Tiouso on atrqet, $7,800. A, -.7-room J h<nif^ ; 'imii : garuBC' -on street in town, «7,POO. Kyo« J 'to buy, build or sell, sc^ Labriola,. your realtor, i <•"'*. CAKMISN'S, Custom. Tnllor.. COM shortened, GO'ecnts; dresses si tencd 30 coots. Top .coois overcoats $16.50 up. Phone 147 South Main street, Nft"*^! •--- . Metal -Ceilings Gutters, Lenders, TfnnUifl, aiid FMrnnco Work. JAMK'S BAKER '•- • Telephone "2555 M.Bradley St. - WILLIAMSIMIHTERS . ;Roairs moving v:ni ,N,nugatuek Tuescliiy. 1C you. are planning hack hy rolurn load. phone 2-755M during nights, wnilamsporl, Trucking Snrvico, J50 NV.niiamsport. Pn: Arena, Klold Street

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