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NAUGATUOK DAILY NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1942 GEM THEATER COOKING SCHOOL WEDNESDAY Ot' tlOUSe- and their ram- Mem (healer IK 1 Held three vir«, Sopl. v and MI.HH ooon twin ' Go ml UK to iho do •\vlvos 1 foorl hudtfetM llhiM honllli IM |.jir oooklntf Hohool, to Wednesdays, August, vl 0, at t :!?> p, MI. In the uem Tho MOlinol will he eundueled hy Katlilooii (irosv, eminent homo and nationally known let ami writer on 11 in pivpan: Don and oookliiK of foods, Miss' fJi'ow I'fiidtM as ono nf ill .OUtHtandlfix i'ood rxpcrlM In Hi Unltod Slatos nnd ooiuldnrs ohurti and ol.cvnrno.HM In tho i Of llni Nohuol, she lias condiicliu cooking HohoolN in all scollnnH o tho. country nnd wins friend* am folioWWH fif luM 1 fiicllmds \vhcrcvMi Hhn KOOM. Slroainllnod and dcslKnod In III tho MrnoH of raUnncd siwur ant Other wur-lluio r.oiiHorvInx pro grains, (he dcrii Ihoalci 1 rouklnji Hohool will Icaoli .NaiWiltH'k \vonnMi ho\v to hakn JIN) MM- rloh and td j «mki'H with Minallrr (|uanL- of ntiwar; how If) ohoosc (ho lowor-prliiod iHiln ol' fo a dcl'-t^lnlilo l.tuiflcrnoHM and tfiHto; how to pluti nuuds and dish- OM that svill out food ooHts and .siIII fnok(^ Mm .family oimci 1 wllh joy al ovfj-y flnkio oi 1 HIM dinner Ml.' Tho (ifii! MuNili'i 1 cordially Invites fill Women inlri'i'M|.nd In guod t-ook- IHK Viml lii iiiaklfiK Uicir fonfi dol- IMTH KO I'lirlher, lo allond Itm school fdi'h of UK^SO lln'co N v eid. V and l» 1:15 p. m, rmoli iitf your frhuids, day. uomo itncl CIVIL SERVICE A now caiuiialgn lo "K'mip 'Km Flyliw" \va.M ludiiohotl by Mm Civil Scrvlm! CoiuinlM.sloii loday. Under d new unnounciMiHMil with luunplol.uly mtittillod riKiulrrmiMils, StudtMtt and Junior InMlruolnr.M fur |.ho Army Mins All' Koi'tn'M 'IVoliiilcnl solittnlM find Navy Avfallon Sorvlc-v schools an? holiiK MoiiHlil. Ml-'udnnl. InslrtioLor.M rooolvu $1,0^0 a yuar; Jualor In- Mti'iml-ors, if^.fMH) a year, Slitdcnl. Inslniol-ors will he glvun tralnhiK In radio operating, iMiKltuior- IriK. airplann ineolianlcs, or shop work. Tor a period of from'throe.'to six niontliM. Those who siiom'ssl'iilly complete Miioh Iralnlng will Im pro- moled lo Junior Instructors and assigned lo an appropriate, .school Sludenl Instniclors can iitialll'y throiiKli noinpltdlon td 1 one year's study In a r.olli'Ke; Ihrouxli Iho |>os- session of ;.'. Civil Aeronautics Ad- mlnlslrallon ground inslnie-ior'.s (^ei'li/lcate, airplane meeha/dc's or airplane enxlne ineclianle'H (jerllli- llirouuh one. year's progressive technical experience an alr- /drorafl, or aulomo- mechanlc, sheet inolal worker, welder, maohlnlMl, phol.oK- 'aplier, camera repairman, radio iperalor, radio engineer, or 'adlo iiiMlnleiiMiii'i' and repairman i (trough (uxnplellon of technical six months) In a radio a war training course, In adlo work; or Ilirotigh Hie possns- OM id 1 a commercial or amateur idlo ojienUor's license. Add! I tonal raining or expi-rlenoe Is necessary for tho Junior Instructor positions. No wi'llton test is rucjulrotl. Ap- I loan (s 1 fjuu'l 1 lica tlons wl f 1., J)b J uclgod from 'tlwli'Toooril of training or ox- porlniioo, Applicants must Jiavc rwichci!' thulr 20lh hlrthrliiy, but Lhoru IM no./inaxlniuin a«u . limit. OuallMotl JXH-SOIIH arq uygocl .to lllo thulr applications at.01100 with tho Stiordlary of tho Civil Sorvlco Board at Clmmitu 1'Mold, Hantoiil, Illinois. Applications will hu accoptud until- Llio nuods of the service have been dint. Thd foi'/Ms for applying. j»ay ho ohtalnnd from Harold MacDonald, suorotary of tho Board of U .S. Civil Service Uxumlncrs, at,tho Naugaluck post office, or from tlio' sonrolary of Uio Board ofdj. S, Civil Sorvlou Mxamlnors, at any -'first or Hiuiond-olasH post olTlco. Excellent Response Here (Continued frbnv Pago One) Norma Shearer >V;eds Ski Expert LIGHTING FIXTURES Vl.sll T and .si'i* noiv on lunnh'i'd.s KITOJIEN UNIT 1111(1 \V I Opal (fhm.s rnamcli'il egpi^ 1 ** BEDROOM FIXTURE ellifliH'til semj-ln- «.'! eelllnji Ujihl. ItM- ol' while', Ivory or blue jjlns: $2.50 , CHROME UNIT {Jhromi' li d I d f tyllh iiirKlf'.rn (ilu $2.45 5-LIGHT if .vonVi' looklafi for IHI nn- osuttl vnlm> ( lhl» Is III Simple In ih'.slfjn mid llnl.slicd In slnlncd brn.s.s, Ivory lonnl uln.s.s «hnflr«N nnd column ndil hctitil.v mid rlcli- iif'sx, Hen. .SIU,})."), HALL LIGHT Ivory holdrr rlriir pchhlc $1.45 55 CENTER STREET Noor CtHnrctieut light A Povvrr Co Stitu doy F/rt. fill 9 P. M • Ti-l i 4177 . M. Han- Lan- Me- Miss .liilia A. Sngrtib, Louis I,. Curtis, Liirlwls •Dulopski, T. L. Arnold, Oooi'KC nnd Olgn SontfslJiclc- en, 1'Moronoo \\, Slade, Mrs. BrlggxS, .lo.scjili Xdonlck, VV. C, ;Iudd, Putor ijnlnn, h'annle, Weiss, C. V. O'Mcaru, [ttw J. Happy, h'erdlnand Monlftii- art, HohertSwan, C. Konnlman-, Miss K. S. Maker, Mrs. Annlo Plt/<gorald, (',lo\'ervs Clviv.aowski, \V. It. Norton, Idu M. lloU'-hklss. . Ai'Mrur Swan, Alhnrl Mai, Nalluin U. (lorclon, J. J. K-ltxtfcralil, Frances V. {.li'iihcvwskl, Man-is Whlltc- more, Jr., Ucorgn II. Palmer, Lolta S, Hull, Pauline T. Smith, !•!,. Johnson, \V, A. Murko, Atai'joi'lo Sciulros, John Illokoy, Thomas Diainont, T. P. Muriha, hudwlg Mcuisar, David McJuMi/.le, Irving and Ida Slncurljo.x, /.(•riMilxon fu-mliy, Mi'H, M, A. BOJI- lempo, Harold (!. KuwinJIan, Mr, Al- I hor-to, Miss Marie it. ikimann, ts- hell AVomen's -Tie. I lot 1 Corps, Louis II. Xoun, P, JO, Kreoman, 'Mrs, Anna Klysis, Molina ^f, Stlerle, Mrs. ( flumne.y, Va-lmar Hohurts, J. II slow, duo. S. Clarke, Win; <!, nrin, 'David hi, Larson, Jumes ,) (lee, John .S. Lopes, Dorothy 13, Jones, 10va .Nlgltls, J. Cl. llculcy, Mr. 'and Mrs, Victor J, Xombruskl, (I, II. Soiiltdgon, W. 'Dooloy, Ko- slan-ly Kce.xmerskl, l (1 rank Kreding, Mr, a nil Mrs, John IJIos, Anl-liony Llmone, WlLlhi-m Krodt;!, Si-., William Oore.y, ArUuir Taylor, Grace Taylor, MIHiaol Kiely, l/eda S. Se.halTer, Kred ^r. Burko, A Friend, Donalus Anderson, fvU.s- ler Folletl, if, P. lialdwin, William D. Crosby, James J. Pollit, Howard J. l-'rlek, Josopli Gunlson, Harriet' II. Lewis, L; V. Matson, "Cuuil II. (Irani, Peter Jur/ynskt, Mrs. L. '/,. Decgan, Mi 1 , and .Mrs. Harry A, Sawyer, Mrs. IK'iniia U.,Wondln ( I0d- , ward il. lla-mirti'MI, tlitrricrt. Clamp- | bell, Mr. and Mrs, S. L. Wiloox, Alfred II. Homo, Jr.-, II. S. Hogers, William II, liootli, Skinloy J>. Pal- osivi, Han's-iNI.H.sen, V. (iijs-ta.i'son, Mr. and Mrs. Frank San Angolo, K. W, and MarMia Lattnor, F. lOdwarcl Sullivan, Cul-horlno CM, O'Connor. PaLsy La'brlola, lOdward ?5ol\ie1ko, Frank SvHIlk, IVosu Dolun, Hoy Pon- rose, 'llaxol l>unroso, Mfuhard AVbr- slg, Clieshlre Salvage Ooniml-ttoo, Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. John-son, John Dlnneny, Leo liro|Titiy, Thomas Lawley, A Frlond, Anna anrf Potor Sanda, HuniRlla Hnocl, Sari'mn family, A. NV. OownoH, Mi 1 , and Mrs. Rlc-h- ard Noary, -Milton Roboy, Marion Kobe.y, '.Mrs. (1. T. Wlgmore, Mr. nnrl Mrs. D, (}, •MaoVltsar, Frank Miul- den, Harold it. J>cn'y, Albor't Ha'L- klewlc-ii, Joseph J/nngyel, Anthony Shoplcy, Louis Banlo, ^^r. and Mrs. (Diaries Curtis. DEMOCRATS TO ,3k f 11 Film slur Nomin Shearer, became ilic' ln>i(lo of Monti ^. AITOIIJ/C, inslrntrlor, in a siniplo lli-inlnn(e cei'onioii.v nt the CoMioMlc-Church of CJood S!HM>h<Ji'd in Los Aujjolcs. Tl^ bi'Jdtv and iri'ooin arc pictured'.' H«v. Falhoi' .ilohn. O'Donnoll. who ojllcinled. Thcinatron of honor, wa lloiifiln'8< l r «irl)nnks, Sr. This is a phohi'photo. '.' (Central Press Big- Battle Raging In Solomon Area (Contlmiod from Pago One) Sunday afternoon. It started with a sh'ontf oncrny aorlal attack during whlnh at Japanese planes were shot lowri. Our losses, reports the navy, vere, minor. The navy communique says: "B, was expected that o,ur ooou- inllon of Hie Important enemy base Tulagl would be countered by a attempt part the enemy to recapture .their 'sjhor bases In this area. This counter-at tack has developed and Is now be Ing met." . The Japanese fleet approaohoc the Solomon, IsJands from, the north oast—apparently from J'ts Jjas.e a Truk Island Jn the Caroline islands Following the Sunday aftcrno'oi raid, Japanese destroyers sheilec American positions on 'Cuadalcahal Sunday night. Army Flying Fortresses, which sprang Into action, scored four hits on a large Japanese carrier. The navy says -Amurloan carrier-based plan us severely damaged Iho. smaller 71-hundred. ton, Jap carrier, liyuxyo, and scored hits, on several cruisers and a battleship. Jn another attack, Monday:afternoon, • American planes damaged a; Jap cruiser iid transport. Both enemy vcssc/ls were loft-In flames. TJils Isi-. 'tho second 'Japanese attempt to- storm ; the S.olonion positions o.apUn'ed 'by "'United States .marlno's. Puui'flc : fleet.":hoadquartors at Peari .Harbor last week reported 1 that' sovoi) hundred ",'Japanese had tried to land In tho Sqlqrnohs. -Six- hundreti 1 - and* spVonly/^ivcre Icilled, nnd the otiior : flirty; wertj-capLurcd, ; KntthvoC Hussirt. The Gorman war. .niacnlnc fs grid- Ing slefullly toward":^St;aIingrad fn- cVbaltle.of extraordimiry yfolence. Greut' masses of 'tah'Ks' and infantry .arc pushing forward, under the cohering fire of swarms of Na/,i.dive- bombers. .-;• ; •:' '.' •.•',; ; Berlin clnlms Hie bulk -of the attacking army now has crossed. the Don, giving, the drive powerful new momentum, Along a ,6'0-milc, baUfcfront, • Hit smoke -of baitl-'o is ; so ..dcnso''that even the noonday sun -is''blurred' in the. haze.. . ..'..'.- ! . ..'Into tlijs Inferno, the' Germans are dropping large riunibera- of " parachutists, trying -to clem oral ize . the. Russian .rear, , • . ' ' '..Soviet dlspal.ch.OB indicate 'the retreat 'Is orderly,,'with the .Rod army exacting a terrible 5 Lolf from tho invader. - , . . , , . . Jts not clear how,'close the Germans are to Stalingrad, but Swedish dispatches o,ut of Ankara say ,,an evacuation 'of Ihc big; city is under way/ •'': .,. .-•- •• '•'. • • / l;idusl,ri j al inachlner ; y.., and .vital equipment ar'c bnliig moved out'..under a hail of German bombs. Swedish dispatches say Stalingrad Itself is being barricaded for siege —fortified s t root by si root, as MOTS-1 cow was Insl autumn. In the North Caucasus, where f.h Germans arc said to have "suffcre unusual losses. ••"•-. , Berlin claims several passes iin Ihc >Vestcrn Caucasus .have ; bdci forced, and boasts that the - Naz •'b.aU)of]ag now l|oats..'.ovc'r ; ,'Moun '.Elbrus!—Ihc. highest' peak. In rope.'"./ ;. lUissia reports.'that the "•Gcr.nVs.r advance on the naval, ]>ase of No- Vordssisk has been slowed. •Soviet Marines, battling. Germans in .the Black Sea sector, are .credited wi'h wiping out an entire rcgi rnent—-3,000 men. Despite-the Nazi progress, American lond-leaso expert W. Avcrcll Harriman says Russian confidence is unshaken, : Returning from bis trip' to "Moscow Aylth'Prime Minister Churchill 1 , Hnrr-iirian reports that the Russians —front'Stalin down—have faith In victory. , .'-'-; At the:.snme .time, there are .indi- oafTo'ns .tlin.i .the Axis, for ..all, Gor- bbas's, llgurcs on- another dismal winter in Russia tliis 'jjrcai 1 . ladlo. reports.;say a publi'c;c'ollcc- ,lpri of winTcr- clothing .-for Hungarian troops in Russia, has begun n 'Budapest, The Western Eront, • T/hc pa-Hern-.--of o.o-inlng .cvciils-in estGr.n Europe appears to be..• tuK- ng-slmpo in a .series of war con- N-ferenoos 'held by Prime MinisLer Churclvni. . . v " ' Chuj'chill o'lsfc no., time in calling together ihis Wai- •cabinet and fight- ingliStaffs .today, "a few hours af-. ter 'Jiis return.. from 't-he.; Mos'coW talksVAvi.th, Stalin. - ; - Giiurc.-!^!!^..return to L'ondon'was followed by -an /air' -i-aid a-larnV'ln .th'e.,,British capital today; •Anti-air- 6raft guns; boomed, in several. parts 'O'f -tli c ci ty. B u t' til ere's .n d i n d i cii- tion -tliat any bombs were dropped. Britain's %iggest 'bombers•'-— some '00 of lllem. — battled Nax.I night J'lg'h-ters to. c'iin-y -the air war into ,Ge-rmany -again .durijig the night. ;Th'ey 'dropped tons of explosives and •caused many fires, in t'he indus.trial cities -of •Fi'anlcfurt iinrl 1 Wiesbaden, Sixteen bombons. failed to .re.ti.i-rn. " In' addition, ft-A-F Flg-h Ler planes hft-rnmercd railroad objectives' in Holland and Belgium and destroyed many of Germany's badly-needed ' The opening gimMh-ilie, fall,' political campaign '\vill foe fired 'here^ tonight with three .caucuses to tie/ held by*, ijie Naugatuck Democratic'* /party'. V ".',' ..-•_--.' ' . As far, as could be learned here today, the 'caucuses >vi 11 be qu let' arid harmonious with" no contests in sight anywhere though ...-there are indications that .there may be a test of power in .the third .ward.:. This may be a trial'.'-balloon for control of the ..ward rather than any opposition to Democratic candidates, it is "Indicated;-- . Democratic caucuses will be-held' in the To.wh. Ilajl,'building for the First Warders, in.Odd Fellows build ing I'qr the Second Warders, and i n ay tkvyi ch 's v li all for -the Th i i Warders tonight. Delegates will be named at th caucuses for the Democratic con vcnllqn slated for -Thursday nigh at ..which, time it is expected tha the present, ( ijn cum bent Judge J Emmet .Shea 'of the .Probate cour will again b'e the unanimous choic of the delegates 1 to succeed nimsel in ofl'Jce. • .. .; ( • . It is a'iso expected that at tha time, local delegates who .endorse the candidacy of Sheriff J. Kdwarf Slavin for high sheriff .of New Ha ven county. .. • , ' The Democratic Pii;st Ward club tonight will, : , present, the following list of delegates and alternates to tho Democratic convention: Delegates, .1. Francis Gullcii, D. Emmet Shea, Daniel. ,J.. Callahan, Raymond I. St. John, Harold Martha, James P.. Brenrian, and Peter F. Meegan uui. for alternates Joseph W. Rey- lolds and Richard Durkin. IITAIUtHED I 811 It Doesn't Pay - - - - ' .:'"'. • - ' • ./ I .-v. , . ..' . J_ ' r •-•-.-, To buy clothes that' s all promises—but short of performance —in other wordfc if you want to LOCALHEADOF STATE VETS TO VISIT ANSON1A Stale Commander Fred. J. Burko, f Naugatuck and his staff will make n offlorai visit tonight to Michael Gomcowich Post, Veterans of For-1 .\y-oR sure of your clothes — make sure of your clothes first. We are known best .— and best known throughout the state as quality clothiers. Upon this foundation we have built a solid business as satisfying to our customers as ourselves since 1885. Ours— are good clothes to be seen in $35.00 to $65.00. WABC—Are You a. Missing Heir? WJZ—News NV ATR-WOR-W1 GC—Mu sic f o P Aim erica 8:15 p. m. WJZ—Lum and Abner \V1GG—Magic Dial , 8:30 p. in. WABC—Hobby Lo-hb.y, . VOR—Can You Top This? VEAF-WT1C—Horace Heidi's Orch \Z —Sing for Dough VATR-WICG—The Federal Ace 9:00 p. in, VEAF-WTIp—Battle ,of • the. Sexes WOR—Gabriel Ife.itter V.J2—Famous J..ury Trials WICC—U. S. Army Recruiting Pr-o- .gram VABC—Tommy Riggs, Betty Lou VATR—News; Dancing Discs 0:15 p, in. Oroh. . ,, ^,^> Sports -••".'. ; '" - r '"••• ign Wars in Anspnia.- .. . *,WATR^-Trcasury Star Parade Commander BXlrKc. \yas elected .to. J., .-9:30 p. .in.- is high o'illcc'in the Veterans of J WABC—Cheers .from the Camps orelgn Wars several weeks back the WTJC—Dance Orch. WATR-W1CC—Dick Ivulm's 11:30 p. in. WOR—Richard lumber's Orclu WABC—Gene Krupa Orel). WJZ—Ray Heatherton's Orch. WEAF—St. Louis Serenade WTIC—Dnncc Music WATR-WJCC—Chuck F-oslor's Uri-H 12:00 Midnidhl WABC—News; Harry James's Ore WOR-WIGC—l^Lwrcnce Welk's Orel \yjiAF-WTlC-News; Roy Shield' Co. WJZ—Nows; Buddy Franklin's Orch. WATR—Sign Off . the 'State convention .of Hie ex- crvicemen, -and is now ready to make his official'visits' to .the various posts in the state. Commander Burke is. reported to have a number of important announcements to make which are expected to be of'interest to aM-mem- bers. Commander Edward J. Bednar of the Anso'nia Post asks a full attendance and that the members extend the department commander' a rousing wefco'me. ON THE AIR TODAY WRAP CONDITIONALLY APPROVED Los Angeles, Aug. 25-—(UP)—Henry J. Kaiser's plans to build a fleet . of DOO giant cargo pianos have been I conditionally approved, by a specia Equall-y violent fighting provaHs'war production board committee. Voice highways are made of copper. Copper and other telephone materials, have been drafted for war. For instance/ a battleship uses enough copper to make 260,606 miles of wire, Since new telephone lines and equipment cannot be built to carry the ever-mounting number of calls, your help is needed to prevent delays on those calls which are vital to victory. How you can /ie/p— /. 1/0*t* LONG DISTANCE c&lU On week days don't make long distance calls except those which are related to the war effort or are otherwise urgent during these war-busy hours — 9a.m. to '12 noon . . . 2 to 5 p. m. . . . and 7 to 9 p. m. 2. tyo&i LOCAL colU ,•••',• »• * * » Impress on all*the members of your family the need for them to cut down both the length and the number of local "calls. ^^^ ^2\ Orch 6:00 p. in. Funny Money Man Sons of the Pioneers Prayer;- UnoJc Don W ATR-WT1 C- W AB G- W ICG— News {>:15 p. m. WABG— Voice .of-. Brondway WEAP— Nev's/' . • WTI C— Ro ait to -V i cto ry WATR-WJZ-W1GC— Sports . 6:30 p. m. W OR— News WABC— .Jerry Wayne WISAS— Emmti Otero WJZ—Alllt 'Herth Trio WICC— Musioal Roundup WTIG— Sports WATR— Hits and Bits ' ' ' .; - 6:45 p. m. YVOR— Here's Morgan WI3AK— Sports WABG— World Today WJ2-WTIC— Lowell Thomas WATR- W1GG— Hal M cln ty re's 7:00 p. m. WJZ— Easy Aces WOR— Sporls WABC— Amos 'n 1 Andy WEAP-WIUG— Fred Waring WATlVWlGG— Helen 'Hayes ' 7:15 p. m. WEAF-WTrC— News WQR— Bohby Byrne's Oroh. WABC— Glenn -Miller's Orch. VVMZ — Tracer o I' Lost 'Persons WIGG— J oh nson 'Fam.! Iy WATR— U.S. ^ Navy Program 7:30 p. i». WOR— Confidentially Yours . WABG— American 'Mfclody Hour WiKAF— Neighborhood Galls WJ'Z— Lone Hanger WTJC— Come 'On and Dance WJGC— Trcajju ry ' Star Pa radc WATR-ipJrono '• Your Song 7t45 ! ''p. m, WEAF-WTIC— Ne.ws WOR— Answer 1 Man W1CC— Boh Crosby Orch, 8:00 p. m. WEAF-WTIC— ,J,phnny Presents Z—This Nation at War WEAFAVT1G—,1o,hn -Nesbitt; Meredith Wilson Orch. WATR-WOR-W1OC—Mu rder Clinic , 10:00 p. m. SVJZ—News ' • . ' . WEAF-WT1C—A Date with Judy WATR-WOR-W'ICC—J. B. Huglics 10:15 n, in. •VVOR—Radio Vaudeville WJZ—Cab Galloway's. Orch. •• 'WATR-WlCC—To be announced 10:30- p. in. • WEAF-WTIC—Touimy Dorscy's Orch. < WABC—Talks . .WOR—War News ;\VA7^n-WOR—Cliuck Poster's Orch. 10:45 p. m. WABC—Mary Small • WOR—Bob Allen's Orch. ••W,]Z--Fre'ddie Stewart '- •WATR-WICG— Riay Kinncy's Orch. 11:00 p. m. WATR-WA B G-W OR-W J CG-W E A F- WJZ-WTIC— Time i- News Weather ' 11:15, p. m. WOR—News from Egypt WABC—Bohby Byrnes Orch. WEAP—Music You Want WJZ—Russ, M.ongan's Orch. Cookies nnd Danish I»«slry Lemon F/IJcd Cup* Cnl«\s Apple Tiirnovei's Spice Sqmires lloinc- RIudc s 'I!yo' Brcnd Kuhn's Gity Bakery MAPLK ST. TEL. 51781 FIX-UP NOW! P-aint-np all (he raw on your furniture, screens, woodwork, e,lc.,-.willi Murpliy INiints. CANS, ING. MAPLE ST. Banks every HELP CLEAR THE LINES FOR UNCLE SAM! Borit Miss The Gem Theater Cooking- School Wednesday — 1:15 at Theater Come and enjoy tliR Cooking School nnd sea » flno niovie profiram also. 14 Free Gifts, including 10 market hnsko s of Vine foods "'tiffs, a $10.03 permair nt wove, a p,i.iii* : .''of Enna Jettiek shoes and a large Hani. Mutual Savings are "mutual" in sense of the word. They are not intended, primarily, to earn big dividends, for there are no stockholders. They are conducted under a well- known fixed principle, and that is 1 that for large income there is a correspondingly greater risk. "Safety first V is its motto. Naugatuck Savings Bank The Old-Time "Mutual" WAR DAMAGE PROTECTION Now in force on nil properly »' expire June 30, 1942. This prof.eclioii niny he oblnlm.'ill (hrourjli the local iiLsurnnccj nf/cnt.s ivho ore neMiifl for n I'll i led' States Govcrnmrnt, Tor inroi'inntion see Naugatuck Insurance Agency, Inc. F, W. BATON, Manager. Room 9 Neary Bldg. Phone 2080 Super Radio Special HESISTOHS and CON- DENSOR$ REPLACED IUOIQ SERVICE Free Pickup, Delivery 535 Wnlertown Ave., Waterbury Tel. 3-6217 SIMCWV^S Coal In Your Cellar 'is a. be tier guarantee that you will be warm iiext win ter .than fuel oil in Texas 'or Oklahoma, It is the old story of '"a bird in the hand."-Many wise Naugatuck people are changing from oil to coal. Some are making ieinpprary changes, others are installing automatic coal burners as permanent equipment. We still have oh hand a few Fairbanks-Morse automatic coal burners—a survey and quotation are made without cost to you. Th;e best available advice now is to make up your mind how you will heat your house this coming winter and take action before stokers and coal are rationed or frozen. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. • Distributors of FAIRRANKS-MORSE AUTOMATIC COAL BURNERS / • '- v, ' . .'• Phone 52,36

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