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Page Tw6 NAUQATUCK DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1942 BEACON FALLS DRIVE FOR OLD MUSIC RECORDS VERY SUCCESSFUL lUmcon FftllH, Aug. (I— M«ny phon- OKi'apli rooonlH \voro* 'collootod Bat- urduy In u drlvo Mponsorod hy tin Arnorloan fiOKlon auxlllnry, of town Tho record.") \voro ontlnntm) hy boys who voluntonroil their HorvlcuiH. Mi'M Ocorgn l\uti was ohalrman of llu: nalvagu commlttco for Ihln drlvo Now rooords will bo bought wllh HIM I'undH dorlvwl from llio naln ol Iboso old records and aoi\t lo boys In Iho arnu-d survlcus. Thorn will ho no Hud Hro Ing sosMlon bold thin wouk otborwlso OUR DEMOCRACY by Mat Mrs, In Dorothy Mclnlyrn of North airolu, IH u putiont at St, Mary's* hospital In Watorhury, Mrs Margaret ffarkncss and son, Awlrow i\au, of Wolfe uvonuo, bavn following a two-svook vu- at VVIIdnmoi'O Htuioh, Mil*- fortl, A rmjuloru hltf" masH will l»n TiioHiUy inonilMK nl H nVIni'K, in SL MIoiiuoI'M ohm-oil, on Maple nvo- , for thn roprmo of dm HUII! lain MM, Mnrln iuir« untoss o \vlll Ixi ( hiK at 8 w«-nkly IIUWH for tlui lioy.q U iiful forooM of »»!H rounlry (Mjlnhrutml Weilnn.mlay inui nt HI, MIoha u'olooU MPH anrl llowMJ-rl Kllpiu' , ,lr., of Akron, nl- vlHllor.M at Hu- hoim 1 pnl'M hrothor, Wlllluni Mrs, IU'rnuan of Wolf«> mm nnny, oaMonlnK ot KuHt llHinplon ,/a.Kiino, of Iho U, S. I tho wwk-uiul U'ltli (own, Calhnrlnn Dolron and Ntl^ kl, of town, arc VIL fi«kn PoKolapJUlK '"» fdI- one NviM>k, Donald fllllof.f.0, of Af/iln fllrnrt (H HpoadlnK "> ri wrok MM Iho gui^t of MI-H. A. McDonald, of I.ako Man- tain. Mr, and M-CM. DoiiKlas flnnklln oliUdrmi, fo.rrnfrly of Went Haven, ,)Hivo takiMi up their I'fMldcnn' on Woli'o avcnun, Mr, Conklln Is Uin u»anaK"r of thn flut Mato Auto Supply, In PHVSICAL PITN^SS ON THE HOMfi FRONT MEANS MORE PLANKS^MOR'B: TANKS^MORG SHIPS FOR OUR FIGHTING FORCES , , » , *H JOIN THE 'KtffiP WELL CRUSADE? BEING SPONSORED BV AMERICA'S UFC INSUR-ANCG COMPANIES — POR BV KEEPING WELL YOU CAN HELP THtS WAR / MuJn Street, corner ,Mup|o,. St., v '35 Main-'Street, eornor Hot'ohkls$ 3G Now' Haven Road, corner lligH . Street - l , 37 Carrpli Street - ,, ' V 38 High; Street at Tlill 'Bt! ,39 Gpi;noi? lllgn'and May Streets 41' HignlamV Ave., corner Galpin St, 42 Hoadlcy Street, corner Aetna 48 Aetna Street, corner C1ICC, St. 45 Wainut 'Street, corner Cliff St'i" 40 Millvillo Ave., corner Park Ave, 47 Gilff-.-Street,-;- corner. Pleasant ; •48. Grove Street, corner'May . 49 Goodyear Avenuo' • 51 Hlffh- S^reot, cor,n!pr Orchard Sfc, 53u\Iain Soroet, corner Lindea St; » 54 Coon' Street -.-.!.'•••;••/• • .' 50 High Street, corn'oV Oak St. ! 01 Bi'idge Street<near Lumber-Yard 02 School Street, ooriior Andorsoh Street -,',:..: '• . ••.-.- ,'i 03 Malleable Iron .;Works '."• 04 Spring Street, corner Brennan Street 71 Prospbct Street, corner Linos Hill: ••', ; . .;;•:• | 72 N,ot;l/h ; Main St,,', obrher Bridge ': '..sfcno6t i. ' . '•' v'.v-/,'V' ' 73 locust J Street ;>r;^.,^ '; 74 Woodbine Street, orirner : dolden •Hill .Sl/rpeV ^;.;;' :v 75 North Main Street and Goldoh' Court. . . ., \ ; U2 Foot of Ward.Street 113 Olivo Street, .corner of Cherry ; 114 Spencer Street,,oornor of Cherry 110 Dunham MMls '•-, , • ' ( . 117 Melbourne Court -\ " ' 115 G. M, H. Shoo Co., Plu^b.er Ave. 1 ^2.1 Corner.Andre\v 1; AvQ;"&tScott St 151 G.-M.'H, Shpe/ : Cp., South Water: Street ' |1 -,- : ;- •,:';.: . ;.*.;•' 312 May Strcd't .near ice House «12 Hillside • Ayomjo , and 7 - Millvillp Avenuo .-:;. .'.- l .•:: r • . i 4.13 Naw Street. •'..; ^•/.;-. '\ ''•14 Rockwell Avenue'fat Sfi(lem street 415 North Church ,£tr.6et^•:•'(;'<• ' I Spiking Nazi Guns on Egyptian Battlefriwit n u , nn s n'ight ^t his held this morning at 8 from -his-.residence \o « church, where a solonj,r was -celebrated (by Hev lor. Rev, John con and Rev.. Gcorgo as sub-de-acon- •Miss Kran<;cs Hitrff.ns played the "Funewl MJrohS Pgail| st processional. John WH'O at ^ Maria" at lh e offeriorv'nl a ?«."Ait of Ou-r Way," aflcr M Kindly Light" , W ^s ^"2 [ < recessional 'and was sur' - at Anna Dowl I n g • a n U Jo h n A ; :-delegation from |)i e department at the fiinerii of, Chief John J. Quiiiii^and 'I'klin Quills and LymanLamphoi»; > :.;.ai«rick,-jr.; and LesioJ p L' represented the U. s r pany, Shoe department Bearoi-s wure joun Kreiman, Anthony T James Wrinn., Walter Harold Lutxe-'-of the \u and: Game assooiation' Interment Avas .in' cemetery, wilh conducting the • M «'er al ialliCk {%, . 2 Blasts 4 Blasts at 8 p; , m, ',Ta«t .alarm. at 8 n,;ni^2rm, No m. NQ Mr, and Mr*. ,/ainoM Rourko of (ItMilury uvunuo, unlnrlnlnuf.! ovcii* Lhn wiHik'-und Mrs, Anna Slook and and John Molltnir, ol 1 //, I, lUH 1 , UTH, Ml MS , Harry Ash, of GnnUiry vT.v- IM vIsltluK hoi 1 aon of Von- Now York, Hoatrloo Smith, of Now York, T of Mrs, Anna Smith of Bethany road, .spun I I he weulc-onrl S'Kh hnr woUior, Miss Margery Hn-mum has oorn- U'ti'd u I'lvn w«'uks (KJtJi'se at 1.1 To Hueliorn (lolloKo - Yalo Unlvni'HlTy soHMlon, l-n Now lluvon, li!/. dlud of Injurlns sus- LuiiiLMl In a light. According Lo tho oIlUxu-s, Iho Catal- arguuum!, \\i\n ovur who should buy tho drinks ul u uluij, ARE OVERPLAYING THE FEAR ANCLE . G Blasts at .8 ^vm.rl any department. .•/VW v 10 Blasts at 7:45 a. m. No 'school school, grades 1. to- 8,. USEffiWCARSTO TEST SYNTHETIC In ( , i ... i . i ... . vi ,. '-rfcxv;^ the usefulness of a captured'.-Nazi' a»". Wc f «non.(.'o l ilon : ijito H to dcm.oli.sli U beyond i-cimii- should .it full into tbc hands of Its ori(>>»al ow.mM-s ngnin. In• tlic desert, cucli ])iece ol'XMjuipniejit.is iniporlani, and" Is rcpnirefl over and ovei' again.' As soon as lie Hnish(.'s,>v'o;'liiiif/ on (lii.s ynn, he'll d(;«!roy the otlici's shown in the photo. They appear to he (he-88-nnn. ivcnjmns IhaijjiJayt'd such j^i impoi'tant part in lliii Axis -offensive in Kfj.vpl, This'is a> i-adiophoto, : ''' l»ress) sLalxle. Special' telegrams and the peliUons -arc -going-, to, 'Prime Minister Church ill. GIVES AID TO ENEMY M(\y EyEGLASSES HO IXTHA CHAM* By A, W, WALKER lHfll nt 68 Bank St. at Center THE IMRBIAM tlllM -« AT RUBIN'S Open S<U, Nile NAUOATUCIK, (IT F0 " of at ol 1 i'H, AKIIDH May Wnkoloo, 7M, wife Wilbur (.), NViikoUm of Avenuo H. oon I'ullH, died Sunday morning htu 1 lionin, Sim was born In ovi'lhilil, MUHM., Iho duughtnr (loorgo and Jano f^nrkln.. Shu was ii of minlriir of Iho Hnuuon I'allH chui'oh and u faruuir rnsl- AriHciiiiu and VV'ulerbiiry. H IH.T husband, .ihn IH Hiir- vlvod hy Ihrnn HOIIS, Itonald I,,, of 'Pnrrn ifHiiln, Ind., Haymond of An- Hnnlii and Mui'l ol' Walm-bury ; Iliruo daiiKMlci'H, Mrs, Lcnlnr Urudloy of IMymotiHi, Miu Axnl lloukni 1 ol' Ouk- vlllo and MI V M, .loscph Kl'sliur oC Hcauon h'allM; ono .sl.slcr, Mrs. Kinmti flHHM Of (il'lMMldold, MUHH,, UlUl I'Olll 1 Ki'iindnlilldri-n, Thn I'uni'i-al will ho hold tomorrow afternoon at ii o'olook from (ho Aldnrxon funru-al homo, 201 Meadow Mli'oot, Naufcntiiok, with lu>v. Mdwai'd H. Hanno of Iho Con- Ki'r-gallnnal c.luiroh, NaiiKatuok, of- flolul-liw, Burlfil will l)n In Pino Urovo . (Kiinolnry, Annonla. I'YIemlH may rail at Iho I'unwnl homo Mils <woi\lriK t'rnm 7 lo t)- p, m, PlilN(.;i<: MACK IN LONDON London, Aug. ,'i (Ul')—Prlnon Hcrnhurd, of Mm NoUmrlawls, to bank In London after veiling his family and fjunou Wlllmlmlna m Ihu Unltwl Slates. Uu loft the royal parly at r,er, Mans., yesterday, " -4 * » Hiai> KOM .MAN'S DKATM on, MIIHH,, AUK. It—(UP) — \ 4U-y(mr.olil Luwrwuuj resident IH mlng lu>ld lit onnneotlon svllb Iho hwlh of nnotlinr f^uvrnnoe man Pnlkuj way they havo laUon All'nod Into oiiHlody after 1 Anthnny LOH Angolos, Aug. a—(UP)—A prominent educator thinks the gov- nrnmont la making a mistake trying l.o Hcuro Amorl'cans Into winning the war.. l.umn Ackornmn, of Columbia's School of Journalism, says eonlru- dlotoi-y propaganda and a defeatist attlttido aro only oonfuHlnK and \yor- rylng tho public. He Ihlnks our loaders ard ovoi'playing Iho foar-uii- glo, like tho sinall boy who (jailed 1 "wolf." AL present, says Aokermnn, there's a oonfiiMod reoHng of absUiKin of n war Icarlorshlp. Tho American pi'OHH, ho doolare.H, IM doing an ad- inlrahln job In operating between (jniiHorshlp, aiul sniping by certain government nnic-lals. And'ho adds: "Nowspapm's aro-re- (iordlng tho anxiety, tho confusion* thu lack of oonllfUuice, tho mistakes a.s well a.s tho nchlovomonls." Washington, D. C,.\ Aug. 3— (UP)— Rosoroli Jaboi'atorloh will be al~, lowed lo buy now oars for use in losllivg synlhetlo rubber tiros. ' ' • Thny nond now oar.s .bocauso 'ijhi- form oondllloMs aro noccssnry '' to' bulkl up data on bow woll t.lie tiros. stand- up under actual road 'use., So the OITioo of Pi'ion Adinlnls.ti-a- tlon has anioiufod its llsl, of oligibjos foi 1 now cars to /111 their needs arid Iho needs of body-rebuildors. (UP) ' The' w. ^yorlv', .Aug. Nntlohai'. Association of ManufacLur ers warns its membors thai, after the war they face a light against 1 • iis'italion foi;n.s..ULc socialJsrn. • NAM. '=• President: Wi'iliam WHbe_ row writes"; -•" Wo know that there arc those who would- like nothing 'better -than to use the war and the post-war adjustment to- remold our society, 11 Witnorow proposes, in a bookJet mailed_ -to all members,. -thai manhgcmenL ;i mainlain good Inbox 1 relal,idns'' : and working conilil.i'ons, Chicago, 111., Aug. 3—(U P)—The former ambassador lo Poland and Belgium, John C'uadhy, believes it's all right Lo talk about the second front. 13ut, he says, to bring pressure and coerce js coming close to giving aid and comfort to our enemy.- Cuadhy spoke on a program at Northwestern university. MKS. ELOI'JiVrc Mrs. 131olJn<; widow of William Hi)} of Main street, Naugalnrk day afternoon afler a ness at the home of i Ha-ymond W. L cock- lake, Wulcolt. in- Woleoli rh the died p r| .| 'nglliy She was Hi I ON HENDERSON Naugatuck Fire Alarm Boxes No, 13 "Waterbury's Friendly Department Store" TUESDAY'S STORE HOURS Morning.... Store Open 9:30 to 12:30 TUESDAY MORNING SPECIALS Afternoon Store Closed Clerk's Summer Holiday Location Rubber Regenerating Co. Scott Stroot, corner Lowis :lfi CJ.M.R, Shoo Co., Rubber nml \Vf\tOP Street jfi Rubber Avenue and Cherry St, 17 Town Knrm, Rubber Avenue :IS Rlsflon Ml'tf. Co,, Andrew Avo, 21 Church Street at Park Plaoo 2.'1 0,1. R. Olnvo Co., Maple'Streel 2'i Town Mall, corner Maple and Church Streets 25 Meadow Stroot 20 Salem School 28 High School HI Johnson 'Street 38. May Stroot, at Phoenix Avo DAIUV WORKERS' UNION ' Chlcngo, Aug. H— (UP)— Tho United Mln.o Worlvor.s 1 union 'opens a drive lo organix.e dairy workers: in tlie M!,d-wcst today. Dairymen—not ionly in ; l,ho "olty but on t'bo farm as woll— will 1 . bn! asked to sign up with the U-M-W in Northern Illinois, NoiM/horn In -si rllaa a'nd Iowa. Dairy owners are;( welcome too. Tho drive is in line I with ,'lohn L, Lewis' policy; to or- J gun Ixo aM workers not bclongins to some kind of a union, A'SK MER^CY FOR •'•SIX' YOUNG MEN Bel-fast, North Ireland, Aiiff: 3— (UP);~netil,i : ons. are beius cinuilai;- 'crl -,. oifltsicin - ?No rth-Jro-] and. •c.h arch RS afilcInKi/ mercy . for six. condemned young 1 rnomhcrs of the outlaw Irislv ReiHihMoan army. The youths face execution August' 18th for murdering . a p/olicc, constable, who 'helped oorner thnm .after, they •-.fired;, on .-a police patrol oar, .flHlieir derenso; .was = Uinfc tliey •harln'l; intended to kill . the con- TWO VIOLENT DEATHS Hartford, AUK. 3—(UP)— Two vio- dent deal;!is have been reported, in (vonnectiouL over the weak-end, both ol 1 them in [he Now Haven area. Louis L. Pan ion., of Now York, was Killed -when lie fell beneath the wheels, of- a. Vain at Iho railroad station. I'Mvo-yenr-old Raymond Gay.sunus, of New Haven, was drowntul in Long Island Sound. A dime out of every dollar we earn IS OUR QUOTA for VICTORY with U.S. WAR BONDS Washington, D. G:, Aug. 3—(UP)— .1.1 was an old trick—50 years old, in fact—but it lias forced. Price Administrator Henderson to change the price ceiling order on clothing. • Contractors supplying clothing to tho armed forces were allowed to fihargc tho highest price they received before April Jlrst, iO-'i2. So some ingenious firms dug up sales prices of 00 years ago. Henderson's new order sets the prices nt the highest charged- between. April, and the'end of March, 1942;OBITUARY its cl-ubhouse but she had Naugatuck for some years. She is survived by {,\ Vo soils,. Raymond and Ralph worth, and several nieces ami nouh ows. )m% . Private funeral services were bin this morning at the )3ailc> funeral home, 94 Willow Waterhury, Rev. Edward n ann ; pastor of the NaugaLuck ti'onal church, officiated, in the family plot in tin: ton. cemetery. — •»-*-«. ~ Southing. FUNERAL OF MRS. C, E, SPENCER| The funeral of Mrs. Charles EI Spencer, former Naugatuek rcsWcnL who died last Thursday hi \^\ lome in St; Petersburg, Fia., \ v in, held Friday morning, August 1 J'i o^clock at the Tut tie Memorial n Grove cemetery, Naugatuck. AIRS. ELIZA BETH LUDDY PRIVATE BUCK -,-. By Clyde Lewis High School 18 Through 26 Held in ^5,000 Bail Win Your Wings Be a Fly ing Officer Go To; Your Ntarcst Navy R«cruitinsr Station Today And AA About Clan V-S Nnugti'fcuok young jnen---wIsJ!l/rg :i ln- forniiUion on. "Ply WIMi the Navy" may obtain IL from RnipIV S. Pasho or William J, L-alor, chairman'.a-hrl socrotiary rc/jpooUvcly -of t;ho -Nau- gatuclc Gorniii'Uloo for Flying Cadets. • .. ••-..-. Mrs. Elizabeth Luddy, a native of Naugatuck, died Saturday at the •homo of her daughter, Mrs. Hem i y Bunnoll, of West street, Simsbury. She resided here most of her life but left to reside with her daughter a number of years ago. Besides her daughter, she leaves one sister, Mrs. Annie Baxter, of Torrington, and a brother, WJ'Ulftm', Clancy of Schenectady, N. Y., and several' nieces and, nephews in Naugatuck. ...- .. -. i The funeral will take place Tuesday at, S:30 a. m. from the Bunnell residence to St. Mary's church, Simsbury, where a iwjuiem Mass will he celebrated at -9 a. m. Burial will be in St. .James' cemetery, Naugal.uck. Friends may call at the Bunnoll residence. MISS MARY KEARNEY Miss Ma.ry-'Kearney, a former resident of Naugatuck, dice Saturday .it' St. Andrew's b.omc in: New liaVen. Miss Kearney ' \v«is' a kfridly person and: had a gental-disposition. She is 'survived by two sisters, Mrs. /Peter- J. O'Connor of High •ecu Naugatuck, and Mrs. Edward Tierney of 'Dorchester, Mass., and several -groal-grandnJeces- and' neph- : , ews. . The funeral will bake place Tues- .day at 8:30 n, m. f:roin the McGar-. thy funeral -home, 21 Cedar street, to St. Praivois' ohurah where a requiem -high Mass will be .celebrated at 0 o'clock. Burial will be in. St. Francis' cemetery. Funeral of John. L. Lawlor The funeral of J-ohn Lawrence! ELKS' BAZAAR CALLING ALL WATERBURY TO THE ELKS' BAZAAR \VATEKHUqy LODr.K, \0, 265 Monday, August 3rd to Saturd^ Aug. 8th, Inc. LODGE OEOUNDS 283 West Main St,, Waterbury BOaTHS . N&VELTIES ENTERTAINMENT Boor Prizes. Every Night FEATURING GORDON'S Diving Troupe ADMISSION TO ALL $2,000 IN WAR BONDS And' Additional Prizes Toni[jh< jf* =ac3 M«HJ=^^ f f like ypuj; enrfiusiasin, Buck, bur it isn't necessary to ••-.-•. censor the addre.«e<J'' Army Officeirs Lo^e Jjives in New Jersey Grftsh ' '. ' • i . '- i .,..•''.' . i it I* i / M * . , . ! ^ . > i - ' ; - i ' . . . . Plumply Pilled Gellanese, Rayon Satin Down Comforts Pioturod leaving- tho U. S. marshal'*, omco in Newark, N, J,,,in tho custody of nn nttontlanfc is Warner J. MncFarlnno, Ho was chargro.d by tho F, B, I, with'impersonating nn\ tvrmy major for. six weeks* During that period MacFarlano, 46, po»cd : ns n suporvisingr engineer on an $8jOOO;000 army project near Bound? Brooki Ni J. Hojwaa arraigned inf Fodoml Court,. hold 1 i n $5,000 bail. —;*wuh!:.L«aj:s:;. (CentralPreti) Valued -at $22;50 Attractive^ AU-Ov«r,;G^diBaStitcJi Ctomforts at; Last Year's Price. Buy now for-winter aiicl fpr gi^ft. We can get no^ mope to sell at^ this price;' Colors: Sahara Green, Gold, Rust, Royal and Wine, * eg = ffi = a=g =«=*^^ awj=swj=sj=a=a=a=ss=«=s^^ , Life-saving Suits are giving torpedoed: sailors another chance. CONSERVE Sohllbivs fjiiiu'd tlujV^c'tiiic.i'ejil-.'i'einniiis of an ai'ihy trninnifj ijlnnc thni 'crocked up on a pni'Khifj lot nv Nc\y r ni'k, N, ,T.. Kjllort in Hie. iic'cld'c'iii \v«iuv Kio'ul'.' ()<il. (ieorjjo'h^ Sinith, (he pilot, amMUnjor J. ,T. Siinondnl.; The plOiHY n.vinf/ fhi'oufdi «;,henvy rnin.stiQrjn ji| t hiffli,;-ftitlijicfp, suddenly nosedived niid tore into ilio ?ot wilh such foroo Hint lh<5 motor, plowed 15 fee(;Mhto v the; {ji v orind; Note the cii'ohlar hole it du.ff. Two parked cars were dninno.fifl in tlVo.;di'h^// > Vv.r\v'vu-.r Vtt fK,i»^.i.i/•»,'. ./*• > - (Central Press) United states Rubber Company Naugatuck Footwear Division 1 • • -

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