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EIGHT ,1 NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION EN 1ERPRISE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1940 TELEPHONE/| OF DEFENSE FOR COUNTY (Continued from Page One) w h o se effectivene>s would be h a m p e r e d wore th e ir id e n tity know n U n d e r th e -enemy com ­ m ittee are appointed ratio n s re ­ liable but intcitvulged persons tn th e com m u n ity to cooperate w ith th e Im m .gvatam Service of th e Post Office D e p a rtm e n t ih keeping a close check o'n aliens in each tow-mhip. n o t only to p rev e n t anvor.i' from com m u n i­ cating confidential in f o r m a tio n o r com n u tr.na sabotage, but also to protect loyal aliens from persecution due to h y s teria tn event of hostilities Persons are also designated to investigate subversive activities, stkspect'e-d groups, sc h o o l ' textbooks, a h d y o u th o r c a m 2 a u 6 ns. and tra n s ­ m it su c h in f o r m a tio n to federal agencies, th e D e p a rtm e n t of Ju s tic e , an d state, couhty. an d local police T h e hom e .com m ittee, which, is alread y p a r tially .in operation in all couhty posts, is g a thering in ­ form a tion. as to private arm s, am m u n itio n , tran s p o r ta tio n fa ­ cilities. an d personnel in ta c h com m u n ity w h ich can be m u s ­ tered to aid ,.i hem e defense T h is ur.il cc it d u c ts a survey an d files a r e g ister of al! persons who ow n firearm ., trucks, a u u s . m o torboats o r ..th e r t r a n s p o r t a ­ tio n m e a n s, driver.-, m e c h a n ics, a n d supplie-. and a-ks them to register for vi-.untary co n tr ib u ­ tion o f these lac ilit.ts and se r ­ vices to be u-ed in a n em e r ­ gency. T h is com p letes th e p ic­ tu r e o f th e d i i.-io n of inform a ­ tion. Plan E v a c u a tion C o n trol T h e operations com m ittee, second m a m dr-vs.ou. h a s charge r f -evera.’ -ub-c :r.m :::.r..- -t m a in fu r .r t. cvme after fh« naf.. n :- m y ae’e.i rf .: .-. T h e un.i ap p o in t- a civ... ejm - initt-te. w m ch t:i- p r o tectin g ,rrd a i d i n . th'-' c.vf- lian population durum ai. a t ­ tack. and al.- - eva -.iat;or ,-f . civ.han# from th - r.w n - r - county W o rk,;.a w .t.i ffi,-, r- ,,f the arm e d f w i. • tiie.-e p, r.-,- i t s - are i ' t f - wn - ,u. .-a a., r ad - . 1 . the county .im c ii r .: .; j- »--.a- cuaticr-. w - r.ri C:r.--c :.fu._v, - over a , >c. .-.d* .- w--. .• e • m a in artcrie.-. f t ' ” f .r : traffic G n ffii p m . i t S 1 re g a r d , th a t or.e m.v : cause of th e d e f e a t of F r a n c - w a - d u - to re f u s e ”.* c loeam s n u . r r-urf- th a t the :i.....t.i.v , : -. r . 1 :!- :• I to expedite relief activ ities lh I, ta n orderly m a n n e r . j j Seeoufl m a in b r a n c h o f tlie I 1 operations division is a m ilitary j, ! c o m m ittee, one o f th e m o st iffi- j I p o r tan t an d one w h ich will draw |. on t h e m ilitary experience of all | ' e x -service m em T h is b r a n c h will ( i work -directly w i t h th e arm e d Mrs. W illiam Dey New a r k - Mrs. F r a n c e s J.iltn- s-hot an d shell. He passed am o n g th e Jiving ami the dead. T h a t, his* loved lan d would win j We p r a y for y o u today courage- an d th u s be .free. ous men I p r a y th a t he-w a s rig h t and-- , , .... „ . th a t som e day 1 who fleh t f01’ 'everything, th a t They -ay th a t w h e n ‘lie died h r ] T h e land, h e loved will gain -the ; forcers an d will supply w h a tev e r ! suu 'O-'V, Ti. widow ot. William- 1 assistance is ordered by m ilitary 1 officers d u r in g hostilities. Able- | b o d ied civilians iit each com - 1 munf.ty. ex c e p t those o f -probable d r a f t qualifioations will be o r ­ ganized Som e w h a t us a volun- , teer hom e reserve m ilita i y jp r o .'. j Mi--, capable of tu m ish ln u -a t r a i n e d ' I-.aa fjey. died S a turday at her hom e ! 011 Cam b ier Read. Born on Dec 7. 1802. in Hol­ land. she had resided 111 this country mucv the .vac of 7. Surviving arc -twur daughters, VViio.ii'i Letirhout. Mrs. H e rm a n aori Mi's. D a n iel : in f a n tr y u n i t t o guard public : B n d g e m a n . all el Mew.uk: and 'w o rks, factorie-. t r a n s p o r ta tie .i . M r s ' F r a n c e - Page. ot O n tario? -facilities, o r prisoners of w a r -on. W illiam Dey. oi -Ea.-t They will also be ready to r ea.:; ; P almyra., four hail b .other--., as m ilitary police in t h e zone o f ,;.j.u-ub. Isaac and A b ram O'Meal. I o p e rations if so ordered by m ill- ^ail of P a lm y ra an d Jo h n O'M eal ■ ta r y au th o r ities. G riffin .-aid the ; -of M a n c h e s ter; -three h a l f sis- | e.ail o f N a tional G u a r d com p a n - , t-rs. M rs Jacob T h o m a s of Pal- ies to train in g cam p s an d -prob- 1 m v ra, M is H enry From m e r of , Newark, and Mr.-. Lena O T i e m f 1 Ovid, eleven -grandchildren and ; : -ix yrca.t-g.randchUdi.en. ]’ F u n e r a l .-e-rvicrs will ,-be held i- ' today 1 Ttje.-day ■ a t 2 p. m. from |: , the hom e, the Rev. B e n jam in -B- !i DeYoung officiating, w ith burial j; in- East P a h n y r a Cemetery. able active service dtiring war Heaves com m u n ities w ithout an 1 active niurtary reserve force; ex- 1 cept foi- th e New Y o rk S ta te ; g u a rd, w h ich is now being m o ­ bilized lor hom e train i n g an d ei:- ■ larged!® He said- the P a lm y ra 1 po-t h a - already p lanned to join ' th e R o c h e s ter cirv ision of the state guard and is dn llin e m u f ’ .Mrs. Joseph Englesou ' t h a n 50 m e n weekly 1 O n tario- -Mrs. M ary Englesoii. A lthough no o th e r co u n ty - 7 5 , wife of Joseph Engieson. posts have officially adopted this ( died at h e r hom e in O n tario, program , it is believed th a t m o st j S a tu r d a y evening. Nov. 16. 1-940. ofyttiem will endorse th is or I S h e had -pend all h e r life in some sin n l a r ’ p rogram , follow ing j.Ontario. , a request from G o v e rnor L e h - j Surviving be.-.tics h e r hus- ' m an and th e B o a rd of S u p e r - j, band, are., tw o sons, Leslie, of - vpor.- C o u n ty-w :de action :is ex- Newark, a n d M onroe, of On- pected a f t e r 1 to n ig h t's m e e ting taind; o n e d a u g h ter. M rs. H iram an d discussion. | F rost of O n tario; th r e e brothers -------------o— ; a n d one -L tor: one grtindson. Garden Club Hears • 0:le ^m d c iau s f f iter, an d several t ' 11 c 11 c i 1 . 1 nieces an d nephew.-. l CLlk O n t a l l S h r u b s F u n e ral set vices were held to . T h irty people atten d e d the day -Tuesday! a t 9:30 a.m. from m e e ting of th e N e w a rk G a rden Club w h e n Mr. R i c h a r d H o rsay o f —R o s h e - ter talked- a b o u t- fa.i sh r u b - and tree.-- l a s t week \Yi d- ne-day in th e Librai'jv Mrs Floyd. tV a ltz, new pn-si- d ; :i f tu * 111 charge -:f the me<'r.::g T ile fall flower ar- range.mei.i w ith aut-umr. fiiut.- and vegetaoies was done bv M.s ■ He.eh Hoi-den Next ir.cet.i'.g A th e club will be W edr.i.-riay Dec Tl., at 2:30 p m -n» th e l.m r a r y thc honie. and 10 a. m from St. M ary’- of the Lake C h u rch. On- H rto. the^ Rev T h o m a s Lochren officia-tm-'. w ith in term e n t 111 O n tario Cem e tery - - ti -- C h am b erlain and B ritain The m a n who h a te d w a r has pa-srd away, peace he could not 'find inn com e . 1 : last e-eer w,:!! he h e a r the c a n ­ non's roar t - it tne m en r f B ritain m a rching past . .'U.r ttm e never cam e to. :a P f , p e t t y tax.--- to r New.-York ; c. u n tie- dm'..-.b' ot New Y o rk 1 Pea C.ty increase,- ‘ o.n ibeuf six ' and o iie-haif m .iii ,11 a.'Mar.- in He taw tin- Nazi plant.- fly iiver- 1900 ; > m t rh u: 80 nuMion Lead d.dlai.- in 1938 He !n-a:d i.iie deafer.m e re a r ei - W HeM-a.c rf.. gro u p . : t AVOID HSATING WORRIES t h e ’b l u e c o a l ’ w a y is ihe EASY w a y to heat your home i-f-t rt a ! ' r ■' : \\ dL * ciC.r't'M'.i ^:n.LG.r ?• *.t. rr. re-aebvd J.-6} z « A.so 'jn o f r r.v 1 -, a sio.-.p -.ih.uT. w rcp a ir d e t m - e w. rk o e tf i.t anrr. ;-:th f -or a a. u.c 1 r ^:.di r com- , r - .-pt'ra*^ - • ^ rich *blue coal' in your furnace your J heating troubles are over. No adding 1 fresh coal every little while. No con­ stant fussing with the dampers, 'blue coal* buias slowly, evenly* completely, ■with little attention. It saves you work, time and mone>! PHONE US TODA Y! civi.iai. r * f u . f f'-d .u g r.''j»:r,u. j .sanitation m edical Care and | ttarr-p 'iria.’ on. Th:.- group wi'.'. org.'i: -zc Boy .-4:;S G .ri Scout.. . and o th e r ioca. n .ts in.. th n work and w..i fjs t e r a c .- o p T a f iv e -p:r:t am o n g c.t.zens ' Phone 37 TUNE IN O N \T H E S H A D O W \ EV E R Y SU N D A Y A F T E R N O O N C o m p a r e C o s t s ft \h*nfer Feie’ji Resen e T h e y 're all ^cod! B u t there's ‘one specially \ood way to finance’your new car. Be sure to do it w ith a Lincoln-Allrance A u to Loan, nt low-cost bank rates. Only the relatively inex­ pensive fire and theft insurance required. e welcome your application! L l N Cl O I . N - A B a n k a n d T r u s t C o m p a n y Newark, N. Y. had tlie faith victory. we love,, too. ■ • .The sun will never set upon a land With- m en so brave, so -loyal and so true. The m o st successful wttv. found Of getting a man uff golf lin k s and into churci 1 m : d a y m o rning is to pm-.-uacic —JO S E P H STRONG 1 t ?Rbec0nTlre ‘l candidate i o r ,, HutcTlUlSQH Nc\\*y Y O U N G • T E N D E R • . F R E S H H i J t & S A T I S F A C T I O N A B S O L U T E L Y From the choicest flocks of the great Northwest, A&P brings you \Pilgrim” Brand Turkeys, Carefully selected by experts for their plump tender meatiness, a “Pilgrim” Turkey will assure you a Thanksgiving bird of top quality that will delight even the. most particular. Choose an A&P “Pilgrim” Brand Turkey for your Thanksgiving feast and assure your family of the best. m 190 Smoked Callas « to's ifts. m. ,r shank!css, cellophane wrapped Long Island Ducks genuine, 4 to 6 lbs. Cooked Hams sZr 21c Pork Sausage 190 ■eady to serve, whole or shank half 100% pure, government inspected Round Steak n, 270 Ground Beef frcM.h 2!, n>«. 290 Bacon t„ th« ploci* t- Canaidian Style Sirloin Steak lb. 29c fro*)! W IbN. ideal for an economical dinner Fresh Oysters ideal for stewing Cherrystone Clams a very low, attractive price R d a s t i n g C h i c k e n s F a n c y F o w l milk fed, 3 7 c P o r k L o i n R o a s t fancy quality, milk fed, 4 to 6 Ibs. 3 to 4 tbs. milk fed, tender plump lb. tb. fully dressed, ready to roast, 8 to 13 tbs. rib half of strictly fresh loins flam e red fancy quality new crop E m p e r o r G r a p e s S e e d l e s s G r a p e f r u i t 3 W i n e s a p A p p l e s L a r g e W a l n u t s Choice M i x e d N u t s 2 N e w C r o p P e c a n s Cranberries quality S w e e t P o t a t o e s 6 H u b b a r d S q u a s h 3 C r i s p C e l e r y S t a l k s Crisp C e l e r y H e a r t s 2 Baking P o t a t o e s Idaho 1 0 I c e b e r g L e t t u c e 2 lb. for lbs. tb. ibs. lb. tb. lbs. Ibs. each bch.s. ibs. 5$ All A & B .Super Markets will be OPEN LATE Wednesday night for your convenience. Closed Thanks­ giving Day, November 21. Ocean Spray 3 heads A n n I.lnm, Kidncj or Hod I inrore lili'iiiN S u l t a u n < n n n d u R r n n i i Beans Beans Mayonnaise Nectar Tea Shrimp Lobster Crab Meat , * ~Xuna--'fish“W7'''\”\2'’‘\T^ Sweet Pickles T, Pickles Olives Crax N.B.C, Ritz Dates Mince Meat Sparkle Vinegar Ketchup Peels Spam 6 290 4 ^ 190 290 270 2 -no- 230 IVO;.::25.0 2 1 c Kncor»* I ‘IKK W hlti* H’DUhp o r n p o r a t o r t Noodles Milk Tender Peas Pure Lard Margarine Sauerkraut Corn , i-n». m tnii i Ti'Jinn i I N o . ii I b . C r a n b e r r y S a u c e A & P M i n c e M e a t F a n c y P u m p k i n N. Y. State M i l d C h e e s e , Jane Parker Fruit C a k e 2 ONE POUND C A K E ............... 33c FIVE POUND CAKE DelMonte P e a s G a r d e n 21 I o n a S t r i n g B e a n s 4 G o o d Q u a l i t y T o m a t o s J _ 100% pure hydrogenated tb. f 4 j Q vegetable shortening can, & Hrw J A&P Fresh B r e a d s n'LSS; 2 , G i n g e r A l e t,k|- 4 Cigarettes t9 c pkg-. No. V ; .-117 No. ’ can- No. 2 Yukon Club plus deposit < i i m p l . L u c k y S t r i k e . O l d G o l d , ( . h e s t o r f l c h l , l l n h ' l g h . F a l l ) M u l l . P h i l i p M o r r i n . K o o l pkg. for A N u t I c y m m I b n . 4 X0. KM, c«n« V J i P K a u c y t ’ r e u m S t y l e H e i n / I ’ r c q h t iiPiJinlicr I n n T : i . s i * |)ri»incilnr> P i t t e d Nunc '*114*t I Aim psigi* DcsMcrlN \iu» I'littfl <i it ii PS1K4 l i r o n i c t ) : i r > a I l u r n i c L P r f M l u c t i7 g ’i*:; 2 O 0 \ \ T 2 3 t 2 250 ,,^210 2 250 2 .'ii-. 250 3 liUtdX. 1 00 100 100 3 250 290 Bartlett Pears Grapefruit Tnir#> '',ks l / U I L v t . r n p c f r u j t T i l l lo,,a W U l L v Tom nt.< • Soup .. Eggs .No. a cniiK can 2 \«. is c a n s 3 N o . a e n jn * 2 N o . ii t’UflH 24-o/.' T o n i n t o ( rPHttiVn t.railt* <' I l c l V q P o u l t r y l»b«. 250 250 150 250 230 530 IO 0 14e 150 doubles your pleasure in using Ann Page Salad Dressing. It's delicious... and costs less. A ll the Thrifty 33 Ann Page Foods are both made and sold by A&P, which eliminates many usual -Lv.havw.en—papenses-fr their cost. Try A N N P A G E tty 1 L.ortc<'‘ Custom G_r°“\tice-h' c S A L A D a R.P bean BUV ^ to Vour tfounu w 3 red order- 2 3 ^ $ OUR BEST SELLER BECAUSE YOUR BEST BUY Gravy Master F lo u r * 1 L / L A I P m i c n k i * Ann Page Syrup !!«. 230 Sterling Salt 50 Wrights 250 O W N E P A H D O P E R A T E D B Y T H E G R E A T A T L A N T I C . Q P A C I M C T C h CO See* t h i * I o n M A r m s Mmiei# tit the €a\ Theuti'e* TemUjhi \\ Hai'- styling and other beauty service for our by the Sub-Deb Beauty Salon

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