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News Want Ads Bring Quick .Results •Katujatttrk "A Progressive Newspaper For A Progressive Community $• THE WEATHER Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut—Partly clo:idy and not so warm today with widely scattered light showers. Fair and cooler to:iight. Sunday '•partly cloudy and cooler. Eastport to Block Island Vol.*LXX, No. 170 ESTABLISHED 1885 SATURDAY, JULY 20 ,1946 Leased Wire Service of the United Press Price Four Cent« Bronson B. Tuttle Bought Capt. Kidd's Treasure Box In 1893 For 80 Cents Magazine Story Reveals Experience Of Early Bor Resident !n thi.-i month's edition of find nf i,iif of tin' U'fidlm: nutlonal digest^iivilrn'.'i l:i un nrticlH untltlod, '('iijiliiin Kldd find thy A.itol' I''ur- Umt'" In whlol, thu tutu Broruioii B, Tultle of NiiiiciiUiuk In mentioned. Aco'irdlii)' tt. tho story u myMturl- OUH box th'iught to have, contained Oiotnln Kldd'--: treasures wrin ho- lu'vi"! -»'ld v.'ith ollu.-r cublilsli when rhr luMt liuu-*i! in which the original John JHI-I>II A.-itor llvud had boon UH ri down. An ;i<Jvei tl,-:"rnent was Inserted in IM N"W York Trlbunu as follows: "A ins!/ linn box by mistake f-nkl In 1«H3 tn u de.'iler In Junk... i In Nov.- York or l.'.rooklyn Dlrnen-j Klnn.'i IfiXHOxITi InchCM, A person for .'tenth/ientii! ren.son.M will pay .•:i'VI'l.|l lllne.'l lt,M VfllllO IIM MCl'lIp Imii a ii.-tler was received from Mr. Tultli 1 .'Anting thnt In Hcrnp Iron iiutiKht bv him front Mok'hlsedoc .luciili.t, of I'.ruoklyn, was nn Iron liox uoMWeririi: the ileMe.rlptlnn, He <mid It would bo fin-warded UJion i-i-eelpt of eighty cunts, Its eo.'it to him. ft IM said ta luivo been the Mr. 'I'litlli' with John (I. \Vhltte- iiinrc founded the Malleable Iron IniMlne.-ii-i in .N'augMtLick. which tins /I'dwn ir, lnr}.;e proportions find tho local /ilant Idiown IIM thr Kitstern Mnlloiihli- Iron Cu. Ills Mon, I hi' lat«i [Toward B, Tiittli- wn.s one uf tin! mo-'t highly! r'>-|n-(!ti'd rill/ens of tho borough I nml xejved us u'urden of Nauga- 1 hifl; from I!U-l to 1IH7 und ngnln In I'Mii. lie uls<t wns a state, senator tit one till)*.'. HIM .son und grnndson of Mronson I..; fJiii'iild S. Tuttli' of Mlddlcbiiry. Doniild I.H of tin- Howard li. Tuttli' I'lstati', l.'l Rockwell HVrnuo, cxi'fjutlvti vlc'«--[ir*.'.'*i(l»'nt of th^ Itis- don Mamifactiirlng Co, Inc., chalr- in'in 'it' the N'.'iugatn(.k Niitlonal li«nl( bun I'd of illri'fjtdi's, and chulr- inan of thi' lionrd (if thi' NallKiituck Wutor Co. Water Consumption 4,400,000 Gallons As Mercury Hits 95 Current Drought Worst In Five Years, Water Company Reports Njniirntucik In K'f'liK Uii'OUfih its dryeMt period In 1H 1 *.* ye:u'S, NILU- >,'iiUi(;l< Wnti.'i- Co. itutnnrilios ro- portud tcidny, with only l.O.'l incliM of pri.'Clpltutidh beir>K rucordod so far this month. Last your u total rnjnfnll of r i inehi.'.s was recorded In July. The hi).;h(;st temperature of the -.'ciison w:i:; recorded yesterday '.vhen the mi.'t'cury so:ired to 'i lle.siilenl.'i we tirudnc'*^: today Mlc(-pli.-KS niirht . hciit, And. thur . 1 cumplninlnff of iis they Hj»*.'nt n Uff'-rini.- with Un: isn't much relief They Outfreckle All Challengers Nine Die As Blast Rocks Cape Cod Resort Town 1! Robert Peck Named Pond Hill Welcome Home Chairman Kobert Peek WUM cboMcn chairman of n committee to represent tin- Pond Hill Community club In the V-.l Uny "Welcome Moinii" (-e|- i-linilldii Nepf, L' at a meeting Ihe club held las! nig'it, {'t'e.'tUient Nlahlon Sears r'OfidtK'f- ed the session during which .John TliuiMHenfi'Ult wan named ehiili-num of th/' nfKirlx ecimmlttee; Mr.M. Rd- i:»r (jrei'ii, riitiTtiilnmt'lit roiiimR- fee elinirnian, nnff Afrn. ffanii CJrie.s- hiich, membership ehalrirum eom- inlttee ehulrman. Mr.i, (Mrknibach is nit.'inel.'iI Meen-tnry of th(i grovip. tt IH expected the club will have ft flout In the V-J Oiiy pnrn'le, bill ili-tullMofthi' exhibition will be announced later. The club Is planning In >ilj;ht, with Ihe weather b'ji-euti foi'i'p:isting poM-ilblf scattered thua- di'ivhov.'oi'S and mny bo a littlu codlor tonight, but It <!c';sn't promise eiihur. Farmers aro .--ulTct'lng considei'- ably r ts they faco hea\'y loss of crops, and this means a hiirdship to :ili elUv.ens coino the u-jnti'l 1 . Although Vigh toPi|K'l'ntiii'«:) of '15 and SKi d(.|:ruoH arc not ur.ustuil foi ,fuly, thu of rain .-niikiis thi' heal .<u''in rnoro unbeurnble, Water Cimsuniiitlon ^'e.=itei'(l^iy'^ C'On.Ntmption ot' \vatei was •l.-lcO.OOi) gallons, the water company odichls ;.tatf;rj, wlii'.'h I.H a higher dume.stic: consumptiun titan iisuul. Frank J. Hubbell, 74, Dies After Brief Illness Frank .Spl.TlCl'l 1 Hint: and quern (if freckles an; Eleanor Connors, 10, Maspetli, y. Y., and August GmirilJiio, Now York, (shown here after they luul been crowned :it llin Ilth unniiul competition held hy Manhattan's Children's Aid Society. Queen Kleanor, however, Is the real chump having fitf "lirntity spots" p< ;r square inch to King August's 50. (International) Painter Plans Legislative Action On Appointments old regular! tfirv - iiml third, Friend Noon IIM chal l:i lu-idliibld. Members voted to ho iiiiM'tliig.i on tint first I''rl(lny of each month. A junlcir! Ki-dup composed of yoiithH betwtlon | o'clock <he ages of nix and '12 h»H boon | and evening organlvn-d, with mpmbcrs planning, and 7 to l> Huhhi.-ll, 7-1, nf 03 •t, died early this morning lit Kt. Mary's hospital, Wnterbury, followlnif u brief III- :iesM, Horn In MargiLix-t.viile., N, Y., Fob. I, 1x72. In' had resided in the boi-- inu:h fdi' ( l" years, rind wa>; em- nloyed I'lii' .',() Vi'lll's at the U. K. liltlilior Co., until the time, of his retirement 10 ypars ago. He leaves t.wo dailglitoi'H, Mr.". Wllllnm Tddd of New F-taven, Mrs. I.iiwrence I'.eecl of Now York city: el-llhi sfin.i, Hllrton A., of Prospect. of! Hnwiird K.. (if Niiu^iituck, 3 r rnnl«- 1 liu of 'I'l-oy, N. Y.; throe si'Ui'is, ,\rrs. May I'inboy. Mrs. GooiT'o llrnulloy, both of NnilKiituck. Mrs. Cii'Oi'Ki' ffii'/nard "f South Mwidun: three lii'dllu-rs, Clarence W., of NauK"ittit.-l(, Williiiin of W.iterbury, [•:rne.-.t of New York city; 12 jtrnnd- (.•lilldren and seven Ki'cat jjrand- uhildrcn. Funeral' services will bo hold Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Bnokmlller Funeral Homo, 22 Park place, with, the Rev. Wlnfred [',. r^innhorMl. rector of St. Ml- ohtel'.i E[ilsftop.'il church, oIlloiaUnK. Tntcrmont will be in Hillside come- .Uoiterating his contention that ht- appointment of William Mariano to the board of charities last Tuesday sva:i cor.ductutl in 11 ni.T^ner violating charter provisions, Senator William A. Painter said today that lie would ".£ stops at the next, session of the General AKsem- t'lv to clarify the issue beyond any doubt." Senator Painter indicated that he 'avired taking -thu matter to court . or. a-J-,uJing.j3ut..t,liy.t qifcumatances.. prevailed to mrike the legislative .ipproaeh rnoru feasible. Court ac- •lon might be long, involved and expensive, and loaders of the Republican town committee prefer to ivnid it. according to reports. "There is no doubt ir. my mind that I was correct in rny statement." said Senator Painter "When .the amendment was adopt ed it was intended to affect ul boai-ls appointed by tho board of warden and burgesses. There has been reference to 'appointment 1 by the warden subject to the approval of Ihe burgesses', but certainly the warden is a member of the board of warden and burgesses." Warden Leo J. Brophy has stated that Senator Painter is in erior, and that the appointment was in . accordance.,wtth.-cJjar.tecij)r.pyis tons, as interpreted by Borough Attorney Martin I., Cainc, Senator Painter 1 . 1 ! statement that no action would be sought until the next session of the legislature apparently ends thu controversy insofar us immediate measures are concerned. may cull at the fu- home tonight from 7 to 9 find tomorrow afternoon from 3 1.0 5 o'clock o'clock, Friends are , , to present u piny during tho full. ' requested to omit flowers. New London Judge Makes Republican Gubernatorial Bid New London, Conn., July 20— (jp)— A second avowed entry Is in Ihe race, for the Republican ffiihcr- nntorial nomination. 'Superior Court Jii'lsjo Thomas E, Ti-oland has .announced thai he will .•icr:(!|)l. tlio nominiition if made. Tro- iiiiul has; won the unnnimouH endorsement c.f the New London GDI* town committee. Thu only other cnndii-luto openly in the Held is ReproHentative Josoph M, Talbot who has bcnn OTIV ductiiiK an active campaign all summer.- Others who arc mentioned—but who have not made public commitments—are Stute's Attorney Hugh M. Al^orn find former Licutennnt Governor James L. McCcnatlKhy of Mlddlctown. Governor Baldwin apppars unchanged in his expressed desire not lo run again, Strategy Group Meets Today To Plan Buyers' Strike A mooting of representatives of tho bni-oufib's leading organizations, union hr;ads ond members, and other civic-minded residents interested in -the cuiiipuiifn to ward off inflation, will be hold this afternoon :it 3:30 o'clock in headquarters of i T.ocal -l!3 at. Main and Maple streets I for I ho purpose of planning a- mass mecUnft I'or Monday evening at 7:MO o'clock in Linden Park. Harold Bower, vice-president of I^ocril -in, URCT^ and PWA, has urjred all proups lo be repi-cson-tod j at the sessior. during which plans apainut "pi-oHtecring:" wholesalers and retailers will bo formulated. Bodies of two vicitims lie on the sidewalk in front of one of four buildings (right) wrecked by ;i gas explosion in Onset, Mass., killing nine pe.rsons and injuring 61. Fred -Sfsirtirr (above) was in a. restaurant just before the blast destroyed it. lie smclled gas and left the building. He had just reached the street safely when the terrific explosion occurred, knocking him off his feet. (International (Soumiphoto) Selection Of Site First Step Toward Obtaining Armory For Naugatuck Regimental Commander 'Urges Action At Next Session Of Legislature Borough officials have been made 'ecponsible to select a site for a pro- losed armory in Nnugatuck and jresent -the decision to the Genera! \ssembly in .19-17, according to Col. Henry Chamberlain ot Seymour, ommandei- of (lie 102d Infantry iegiment. he horoiic'h has been cliosen as -Last-Minute News- CHURCHILL DENOUNCED Din-linm, Knglniid, July '20— (VI 5 )— Clement At,vice denoinicotl opposition It'.-ulor Winstoi Clnivchil! before an. ;issomhla.^o of ci;;il jniiifrs tcdny, ]-]< charged Dial. Oliiirdiill "lias ceased to lie a slaicsinan an< has become nitlier like some of our bri'glifer ;nu3 cOienpt 1 : editors." INMUUIES I'KOVE FATAL Ee-thcl, Conn. July 20—CUP)—Six- ty-fiiKht-yoni'-old 'James A. Mannion h:is died from injuries received last mvinth. Manniosi--a road foreman—waK hu.'.t when n truck backed over i him at the town's gravel bank. ne of the towns to have an armory o house P Co. of the 102d, which ill be composed entirely of local Ten. Following s-nlflction of n. site and tB approval by the Legislature, it i)! then be referred to the office f the stinto adjutant jjcneral, with that office to supervise construat- ion plans. Kverything is tentative however, and depends upon approval by federal authorities who wi',1 provide the funds. Men of the Naupratuck company will be .transported to Watcrbury for drill such time as an armory is erected in the boiough. The building would be constructed by funds allocated by the federal government and maintained with Et'atc funds. Warden Leo J. Brophy has stated 'I have given 'the project considerable study and have a few possible building sites in mind." The builci- ing couhi be used as a meeting place for community clubs. the staging of hiffh school basketball fames, and for civic, veteran or fraternal organizations. \ Head Committees For "Welcome Home" " RECOMMENDED JJ;iH..:'orcr, July 20—(Ul')— Lk-iitenaiit Colonel T.o<, Dowlas Vnii Anhverp lias boon roconnnondod lo head UK. Medical BaUalion "!' tho -13rd Xalicmal Onard Division, lie is senior physician at Vndordil'f yanaloi'inm in ^Fori- dtni. FATAL ACCIDENT ICa.sti'on], Conn,, July 20—(UP)—A lio:id-(.n oollision lias brought doalh lo ono person and injnrios 1o 1'ivo olliurs. Sixl.y-ono. year-old Isaac .Iclnison of l'>ronx, Xo\v York, died iliis.njorniny from injuries received when (\\v cars crashed. One car was driven by Joseph (Jol.lnvni o) Pnl'.nnm, and the oilier liy Jnlin Il;ik-;il;i of Ihe .Hronx. and three others aro reported Kimhall Jiospital in Putnam. "li<.\ 'fair" c'"iidi1itni nt Dav YOUNGSTER DIES Bristol, July 20—(UP)—Six-year-old Oerard Cludeerr has died 1'rom injuries received when he was structc by an automobile while crossing' a street.. Police have arrested the driver of the ear—Mrs. No mi a Oshorne of Bristol. She is eharyed with misconduct: of operator and criminal .n-lig'ence and released in bonds of $3,000. COMING HOME Frankfurt, J'uly 20 — (UP) — The army has announced that the Third Infantry Division— veterans of ei^-lit, campaigns on two continents — will go home as an active nnil of the regular army.' Tt, was originally planned to deactivate the division in Germany by the end of this month. The Third has been overseas more than four years. Committee Named To Tell Work At Gaylord Farm ('. MNGKNIIKU) Trrumiror Committee chairmen worn named liiiit nlKht tit u mooting to plan de- tiill.M of the "Welcome Homo" cole- tmitlon to bo hold Sept. 2, It has born announcud by Gonot'iil Chulr- Jiiiui John H. Briton. A V-J Day imrndo to bu hold tho »nmo clay GKO11GK 13. LEWIS Finance was discussed by representatives of tin: Veterans Council, who will be In charge of that portion of the day's activities. The chairmen und officers selected were: Warden Leo J. Brophy, chairman ex-offlclo; Mr. Ereen PAUL BUCKMILLER . Entertainment ChiLtendcn, James T. Leary, speakers. Committee chairmen will name their own assistants to'be ann-ounc- ciety floats; Louis Ti-iano] indue- ed next week, trial floats; Paul BuckmUIcr, en- Chairman Gaston Adams of th« tertainment; Martin Lyr.n.-.Harold Veterans' Council, acting parade LOUIS TRIANO Industrial general chairman; Edward C. Lin- g-inhold, treasurer; George B. Lewis finance; Freeman freshmcnts; John Thurston, re- McGroary, so- IIAKOLD CHrTTENDKN Speakers chairman, disclosed veterans will choose a parade marshal, who in turn will designate positions for organizations -to march Sept. 2, Veterans originally planned the parade and all details will be conducted by 'veterans groups. —Mill ""' Wfttllifr MIIIP IM Hlioo lltttr. At llli'k'H Minn- stiirr. Hi! lliinK »lri'd. lor wrur lu I tin •uiuinor nmmiu,—Adv. — I.i-l <'lni<-k'» Krlciiilly .Hi-rvlrr Mm- —Many liniiilri'ilH uf Nuiimiliiitli cur ' — Fur rnriuliin riiKlilnim. H|IOI> lit Rn- — A full linuor l!c.'nM<! at Jcffn UfBUiur- (!„„_ j-,,,,1, >|,,| n (.in.,.1, mini unt .vnitr uwnrru iilniiilr Imvr vluwrii the imw ' nhiicl'N, Njiiik-iiliu-k'x rnxhlon Center »nl. Church Mn-ot. limurcK n full fiitln/ vtiviitliin trlti, »«*l*-clli)ir thr tirnt 111-17 Slnili'link^r, on tllN[itny lit the Nun- which fur nuuiy yourt* hurt been nut-'''' clMtl'rp of cootlni? drinks, no rnjoyuble ruiiJn for nmiliuuui uijuyiurjit. — AUv. Kiituck UullcTy It Auto Survive. — Adv. titliui: -Njuir.'ilijii'd Muiurtcut wDmon. Ul the hot ututlicr acu«un. — Ailv, Harris Whitlcmore, Of J. H. Whittemore Company, has accepted the chairmanship of a. new local 'committee formed to spread information concerning the fight against tuberculosis being waged at Gaylord Farm Svim'torium in WallmjJ- ford. Other members of tho voluntary committee are Mrs. Robert D. Anderson. Mrs. Phi) RobJnson^Wil- liam G, Boles, Charles F. Daly' and Pnul Bucltiv.illcr. Bartow L. Hemingway of Watcr- bury, chairman of. the Connecticut educational committee for Gaylord, in malci.ii,' tho announcement today, said Gaylord h:is an average of eight patients a year from Nau- gntuck. "Gaylord's record, if it is known will win support," Mr. Heminway said. "For instance, Gaylord has returned" aproximately 61 per cent of its patients to normal, productive lives—a record equalled by few sanatoria in America, It is to tull this amazing story of Gaylord that our local committees of, civic-minded folks are beinff organized." Rep. Coffee, Washington, Under Fire Mead Committee To Probe Gift From Contractors Aided By Legislator Tho Senate's cver-\vid<fning probe into war profiteering has brought another congressman under th« He is ne.w de;il ivpvosontalivo John Coffoo of WashiiiRton. Coffee is rcpoitod to have accepted :\ $2500 check from n Tucomu., Washington, contractor, Eivind Anderson, Coffee readily ndmitK 10 receiving the S2500 and says there's nothing wrong about it. The money, he says,wus a campaign ccntvibution, und it \vos made by n £r:Hefu] con- stitutent whom ho was able to help. The member of the senate committee who revealed the Coffee- Anderson connection— Owen Brows- tor—also 'tells about a letter written .o the Contractor by Coffee's secretary. Paul Olson. The Ict-ler jjoes into detnil about the llnancial strain that a congressman is under in putting on a campaign every two years. For his part, Olson .tells what ho o,il)s the "j-eal sioiy" about the transaction involving Anderson, Coffee and himself. Ho says Anderson put in a bid in 10>I1 on u. hospital construction piMJoct at Fort Lewis, Washington. out that it was rejected by field officers despite the 1'act that it was ihc lowest bid. So Ai.derson went to hits congressman—mid Coffee was Jble to get him the contract. It was i ononiiUicn dojjnr contract and '.o show his appreciation, says Olson, Anderson offered to make a lai-jre campaign contribution. Olson are/ue.s there was nothing underhanded about the deal. And :hal if it was a payoff, it would .iiive been made in cash and not by -•heck. Williamlloy" Ardent Sports Fan, Dies At 66 William Andrew Roy, GO, d'cd early this morning at his homo, i'lT Woosier street. Born March n, 1SSO, in Waterbury, son of the late Andrew rind Janet (Scovpy) Roy, hu had resided in the borough .since IfllG being a machinist at the Risdon Manufacturing Co. until the time if his retirement about ;i your ago. Interested in athlotiCK, ho \vns considered one of the outstanding players in Waterbury during his youth. He was an ardent Boston Tied Sox fan. Surviving arc bis wife, Mrs. Edith Mny (Hall) Roy of Nuu|j;i- .ucl;; two sons, Harold W., of. Brooklyn. N. Y., and Wnldi-on H,. of Vvaiei'ljury; one brother, James, Ll'.rcc sisters, Mrs, Nellie Ix;e, Mrs. Schaff and Mrs. ICdmund Hold en, all of Walcrbury, and two randchildren. . Punural services will be held Monduy afternoon nt '2 o'clock at ho Alderson Funeral Home, 201 Meadow street, with the Rev. T. Bradley Lonjjsmff, pastor of Ihe Methodist cllurch officiating. Bur:il will be in Grove cemetery. Friends may call at the funer»l ionic tomorrow afternoon and eve- ling from 3 to 5 o'clock and 7 to ) o'clock. i Christian Heiss Out Of Politics Stniinp that he "hns had cnouprh. f politics after 12 years", Chris- Ian Heiss of Highland avenue, 3eacon. Polls, has resigned as sec- nd selectman of the town, prcsi- ent of the Republican town com- nittee and member of the board of sscssors. Mr. Heiss In ,1 statement this lorninR said, "I can't help it If 'm j-esiRningr in the middle -of the ear. I've done my bit for the G. O. '., now let someone else do a little it." There is no dispute in the parly ccordinsr to Mr. Heiss, who hand- d in his resignation at Thursday ipbt's session of the town com- liltec. LOCAL 45 A meeting of Local 45, URCL and 'WA will be held Tuesday night at Linden Park Hall, Ulta Bartolo- lucci, secretary, announced today. Tatters of importance will be diB- ussed and all members arc urged o attend.

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