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News Want Ads Bring Quick Results 'A Progressive Newspaper For A Progressive Community" THE WEATHER A]] New England—Sunny, plcaa- "nnUv coul today. Clear and coo! tonight. Fair nnd becoming warmer Smiday Kastpor: lo Block Inland— Fail- weather and good visibility. Vol. LXX, No. 176 ESTABLISHED 1885 SATURDAY,. JULY 27, 1946- Leased Wire Service of the United Press Price Four Cent* Street Youngster Fatally Injured In Fall Lieut. Col. Wigglesworth Educational Officer On Gen. MacArthur's Staff Victim In Shooting Naugatuck Native Handling Reform Of Jap Textbooks And Curricula ' Lieut, onn of > Col. Kdwln Wlgglcsworlh, Mr. and Mrs. George WICKle.'iworth of OnU iitrcot In In Tokyo, where he l« atUiehod to thn Htnff "f flener.il DongUiM Mae- Arthur thi Supreme Oorimander of Alllcr rviivnr.s, nn Kducntlonnl Ofll- cer. The lorn' olllner left Washington June •! fiy plane, fur Tokyo, whore n.H educational oftlctir he will be ro- Mp'Hisible Tor the administration (mil iuipervl.'ilon of reform In the curricula nnd textbooks In tho "Hnmon G a k k o" "PrtofosNlonul, Tnchnleiil and Vocational" collc-gc-H nnd ilinlor colleges of Jnpnn, This work IM unclur the division of Information and KducAtlan under the direction of Brigadier Oon- i;nil Dyke, who Nulactod Lieut. Col. WlTKle.iwoi'th for thn post. A gmdimte of NatigdtUck High unhnfil In in'Jti Boston university In 19.11 and New York university In 19'M, lie wim a member of the Mtafl of Hllamu College of Commerce. Hlkoru! Japan, from l!>35 to lf>38, Dining tho win- tie studied nt the II. H. Armv Military Intelligence Jupnncne Language xchool In Ann I Ar'noi; Mlrh., where he trained for 2f) montliH for comhut Intelligence, olflcer in the Pacific /iron, Iwi.tt Derembfir ho was dlwyhfii'g- t'.fl nt thf request of New York unl- vfTiilty to .-iHsls't In meeting the itmcrgency r.t thnt Institution cre'it- rd hy thi; enrollment of the return- Ing veterans. Lieut. Col. WlKgloHWorth Is now ri'Hldlnt; (it tho I'hlllpplne 1'Jm- hiH.iy In Tokyo, and In lotturti to nl.i fnttfr 'lescrlbo« the tre.mendoii.n tlmtrtietlon of that city. T'rlor to entering thn government .lervlcc. thn o'ltrnr wtin an annlrttnnt lirnfexMor on the stuff of New York university. Mrs. Maria Hedman Dies At Son's Home LATE Funeral nervlre.<i for Mrs. Maria riii.Mtiivn Hetlnmn. 80, widow if Karl Hedrrmn, whn died yojitord/iy nt tin- home of hoi' -ton, V. Augtis Hedmiin, 2K Nettleton avonUP. wil tie held Monday afternoon nt o'clock at the Salem Lutheran church, with the Rev. IE. ICInai Krnn, piiHf.nr of the SwedUh Lllth rriiri ehtireh. Wiilorlmry, olllclatlng Interment will ho In Crovu tcry. Mr.'i. t-toflmiin was horn In Swe- 'leti and hud re/ilded In the nor 'nigh for ;>•! years, Hhe wan a member 'if the Salem Lutheran church. Bi'.sldrn her Mon. Hhe Is mn'vlved hy 11 Ml.'ifer, Mrs, Joseph CarlKori of Nniigntiick and two othor fils- teni In Sweden; and two gi'lind children. I''ileiul!i rnity call at the Alder- non Ii'unernl Homo. 201 Moiidou i jilreef,, tofnrn'roNV nftornoon ' evening from 3 to B o'clock and 7 lo 0 vYIoek, Infant Butkus Dies In Hospital Wnyne Joseph Hut.kUM, Infnnl non of Mr. nnd Mrs. Albort ButkUN of Mlliviil", died early thl« morning In Mt. Mary's honpltnl. Burliil will he at 2 o'clock In St. Jnmow' come lory. Arrangement* are In charge of die Huckmlllcr Funornl Homo 22 Park place. What Will Physicians Do In Future? By DIl, .1. n. WABKKN What will be loft for phyfllclnnn tf > do In the future an so mnny 'isease.M have been nnd will bo con- C| ue red? As long ns people ovurflnt nnd un- tioroxorclMe there will nlwnyn be work for physicians to do bocnune of overweight, high blood proKMiiro, hraln ntrokes nnd honrt utroknit. (Rclcaned by Connolldntcd Now« Features Inc.) —1*1 rinick 1 .! rrlfnilly HMTIOP Htn- tlun, Nnrlli M»ln »trri-t. limn out rour fiillro viinillnik trln. /tflfrllnit Ilir hr»» rnuU", 'fur minimum iiiijojrinentt—Atlv. TKHMINAL PAY liV-rton, July 27—(UP) — A Senate-House conference committee meats today to decide whether terminal leave payment to discharged O. I.'s .should bo mncle In cash or government bondx. Tho conferees are faced with the problem of reconciling Iho House and Senate bills. They both call for terminal leave pny- ments. but the House measure provides that payment be made In caxh, while the Senate bill provides for payment In ':;onds. oOo—— CROSSROADS Off BlUlnl Atoll, July 27—(UP) —Operations Cro.ssrouds Commander W. II. r. Bliindy »n- tiounces thnt rndlcinctlvlty still IN [irevi-ntlng 11 visit to tho target iirniy In Bikini Ingoon. Tho »d- mlnil also .sayH the .Iiipiincse. Ijiit- tleslilp Niigato niuy lio towed to sen nnd .sunk nlong with other useless tiirget craft, oOo WANT BALDWIN Guilford, July 27—(UP)—Another plen for Governor Baldwin not to retire from public office ha.i linen made, This time, I', 1 ? tho Republican town committee of Guilford which docK the beseeching. The committee has adopted n resolution calling upon Baldwin to run agnln for governor, oOo—— FUND CHOWS Iliirtfonl, July 27—(UD—The Connecticut soldiers', sullors' n n <| Mnrln«s' fund will hr iible to pny benefits totaling nboiit threc- qimrter of u million clulliirs n year. The fun hu.H grown to two IIIK! one-hiilf million dollars, greatly (mistered (>y the one cont clgurette tux, Its legiil limit Is 15 million dollars. oOo NO BKPOKT Monroe, On. July 27—(L'P)— Federal nnd Htfite officials have refused to .say what progress they've made In the search for the lynch-nlayors of four Georgia Negroes. They're looking for Home white men who Tliursdny took two Negro married couples from the car of a. white farmer i.tnd riddled their bodies with bullets. An intense manhunt Is under wiiy for iiic six-foot Nogro who assaulted and shot former Wac Marjorli: .Jeanne Logan (ahovo), 20, nnd killed he,r mother, Mrs. IVlarjnrio Church Logan, C2, In tliolr Floral III1I, I,, I., N. Y., iniin- slon. Miss Logan was reported to he resting comfortably in >TaH- KIIII hospital, Mlncola, after the assailant's bullets were removed. (International) Price Control Committee Plans Meeting Monday A meeting of the Naugatuck Price Control committee will be held /is scheduled Monday evening nt 7:30 o'clock In the court room of tho town hall, at which time plans for future activities will be discussed. It waa Indicated that proposed demonstrations. Including a "gasoline" parade, have boon cancelled, because of the enactment of the new OPA law. For the present, It appeared obvious the committee will adopt n strategy of waiting •ind watching. Leaving For Peace Parley American Delegation, Headed By Secretary Of State "James Byrnes (By United 1're.ss) The American delegation headed by Secretary of State James Byrnes •will leave by planu this, afternoon for the 21 nation Paris peace conference. Thn president has arranged elaborate ceremonies which will precede the takeoff. And nt Mr, Truman's direction all government em- ployes assigned to be at their jobs over the week-end will be released to attend the ceremonies. » S e n P. t o r Arthur Vandenhei-g, Michigan Republican, and Tom Connally. Texas Democrat, will bid Byrnes goodbye. Although Connally and Vundenhcrg will not accompany .the secretary to the conference which begins Monday, they will join him when the Big Four meet inter. That mooting will be held to consider the treaty drafts. During trie .conference the nations will attempt to reach an agreement on treaty drafts for Italy, H-.ingary Finland, Bulgaria and Rumania, Tho 'Big Four already have framed iihcir positions on many salient points of the live treaties. Still unsettled are the issues of freedom of commerce on the Danube. Italian reparation)! for Greece and Yugoslavia, and air transit rights over tho five nations!. In addition the conference Is exported to draw up statutes under whle.h Trieste wil be administered as an international <?My . Dr. Williams To Examine Guardsmen Lieut. Semrow Announce Schedule Of Hours Fo Recruiting Office Dr. Edward E. Williams, 26 Church street, has assumed the duties of examining physician o: tile Naugatuck National Guarc unit, under u directive from the ofllce of the Adjutant General in Hartford. Dr. Williams served as an enlisted man during World War I. At the start of the recent war he entered the army in 3941, serving in this country and several foreign theaters, attaining, as his higheKt ranlt. Lt. Col. He was discharged March 19. -• Dr. Williams has been a practicing physician in this community since 1925. Lt. Harold Semrow announced today that the hours for the National Guard Recruiting office will be from 7 to 9 p. m, on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. The office is located in the basement of the Town Hall, where the -jld Civilian Defense offices used to be. Transportation Committee Will Meet Monday The jsaugatuek Bus Transportation committee wil moe.t Monday evening at S o'cloe.k in the town hall to discuss pr-iposed routes nnd time schedules with Lionel LeClair, present franchise holder in the borough. Information gath0rt*nd in a survey by the committee has been presented Mr. TLeClair for study, and it is expected he will be prepared to accept or reject any or all of the suggestions. Following tho . K>ca! meeting- Its results will be presented the Public Utilities' Commission in Hartford. If Mr. LcClH.ir rejects the proposed plan, the PUC will bo requested to assist, in another plan ,and should ho accep't the proposition, Jt would be necessary for him to go before the PUC for a revision of his franchise, At a conference held last winter the PUC suggested a local committee be formed to study transportation needs In tho boiough and to present its findings to Mr. LeClair before returning to the commission. Sister Kenny Calls On A Patient r George R. Spetch Topples From Car On Cheshire Road Soon, after her arrival in San Francisco from Australia Sister Elizabeth Kenny visited young infantile paralysis victims at the Children's hospital, where her treatment methods are used. Here she accepts the thanks of 22-month-old Keith Whitlow, who is recovering at the ho.s- pital -after having been stricken last year with polio. (International) Committee To Check Rep. Hay's Income Tax Returns New Phase Involves Gars- sons In Profitable "Influence" Sales scin.i'TS ON BUS London (U P)—Critics agreed there was litle unusual In this years summer exhibit at the Royal Academy but one of the exhibits was born In an e.v'rnordlnnry locale—the top of a bus. It is nn ivory group composed of n nymph and two fish and Is called "Naiad.' The sculptor, W. Everett Gray, while journeying to work would chip at his bock of Ivory at the top of tho jolting bus. It took six months to finish. Eagles To Attend Mortgage Burning The Naugatuck Aerie of Eagles have been Invited to attend the burning of the mortgage of the New Haven Aerie of KaglcR, to bo held at New Haven tomorrow, Nordhill Naugcs, aerie president, announced today. All members who wish to attend- this affair should meet at the local aerie rooms tomorrow, at 1:30 p. m. Foster Homes In Naugatuck And Beacon Falls Sought For 40 Children Between M and -15 children In cd. Also on the Hat la one child '.he iii-eii arc In need of foster who is in need of a farm home for lOmo.N nnd loving care until par- health reasons, nts are able to take them .back [ Miss Agnes Fltzpatrick, oxeou- rosiime normal family HVCB. tlvo secretary of the social bureau, noccf- "for TAK15 $700 Thompsonville. Conn., July 27— (UP)—Bandits have swooped down on a package, store and made away with $700. State police this morning said the. hold-up men arc still on the loose. Two of the bandits prodded proprietor Mose Lobcau's stomach with a revolver and demanded tho money. Washington, July 27—fUP) — Senator Mead says he may reveal today tho list of individuals whose income tax returns ho intends to scrutinize. He indicates the list wil: include the name of Representative Andrew May the so-cnllod "guardian ar.gel" of tho combine which handled 78-million dollars worth of contracts during the war, May. himself won't be able to testify before the committee for at least 10 days. That's what, the committee was told yesterday by May's physician, Doctor Henry Lowden. Sideline "The Garsson munitions combine now under investigation is rcpm (.ed to have indulged in a highly profitable war-time sideline, Officials of the group arc said to have sold r.nt. oniy munitions, but their so-culled influence in Washington as well . Tho reports say they made their acquaintance with Washington big-shots pay off in more ways than one. They not only obtained contracts for themselves, so the story goes—but they used their influence—for a fee, of course.—to obtain contracts for others. Some of tho principal figures in the Garsson combine nrc alleged lo DU linked with this brokerage business. They arc sairl. iz have made deals with other companion to get them government, contracts Often, according to the reports contractors paid this so-called "in fluencu" fee. but. never received any government contracts. The Mead War Profits Committee is now checking into this phase of the case. Generals Meet Their Quizzer An urfront appeal hns come from tho Diocesan Bureau of Social Service, 56 Church street, Water-bury, jr these children, some only infants, others ranging from that :igc through adolescence. CutiHC for the need of foster homes is varied, some reasons bong Illness, desertion, divorce, sop-' u-fitlon and other family difficulties. The children arc in no way •csponslblo for tho< majority of hese emergencies, and the 'agency has been engaged for many •cars in finding Catholic- boarding iomeM for Catholic youngsters. Only last week two more tots w«JVo plneod In instftuftons''because In discussing the great foster homes said the futures of these children are at a standstill until 'they can be given the loving care they need. Catholic people are being urged to open their homos to children under t'-c care of the Bureau, The boarding "period may lost a few weeks or stretch Into a year -or longer. Foster parents receive board payment, clothing and medical care for the children, but many parents assume the financial responsibility themselves. Catholic families In Naugatuck and Bencon Falls interested in providing foster homes may contact n foster home could not bo 'provld- 'the Bureau In Waterbury. —.For vftfHllon fuHhlonp*. nhoii at Rn- nlmol'K, Niiinriilin-k'n Vnnhlon C»nt<>r which tar muny )-«>f« him h«-n out- Nnnciidiok'n wiuwtwl —A TlllI liquor IfrcnHr At Jcffn Rrntntlr- unt. Cliurrh Htrrct. JnnurrH u full rholr* of coollnc drlnkm, NO (*njoyablfi ID Illf but wruther intstm,—Adv. Annual Bazaar Opens Tonight At St. Hedwig's Church The annual bazaar of St. Hcd- w:'g's church will be held tonight and Sunday on the church grounds, Rev. S. F. Nalcwajk. church pastor and general chairman of the affair stated today. Father X'alc- wttjk stated that tho bnznar will be conducted rain or shine and that in the event of rain the nf- fair will be held In the church pavilion. Committees were also named by Rev. Nalewajk today. The entertainment committee consists of Mrs. Mary Zapatkn, ] Mrs. Pauline S/.czcslul, Mrs. Stc!-] la Dlugokp.ckl, Mrs. Hypolitc Czn- j plickl, Mrs. Jclen Krolikowski, Mrs. Mary Prx.yblowska, Mrs Alexandra Tarasicwicz, Mrs. Rose Kosakowskn, Mrs. Stella Pruchnicki and Mrs. B. Pilccka. Alexander Kolakowski heads the committee in charge of booths Otcr members arc Casimer Was- kowicx, Joseph Kolakowski, Vincent Gcsck, Mrs. Rose Polakowski Miss Mary Sndlowski. Miss Bornice Undra Mrs. Stella Blcrnachi, Mrs Kelica. Kobylenski, Mrs. Eleanora Klsiclowskl. Miss Victoria Koso- wic/'., Miss "Ann Gcsck, Mrs. Fanny Zapalka. Mrs. Sophie Kolakowski. Mrs. Eugenia Lyskiewicz, Mrs. Nathalie Dominiczak, Mrs. Helen Lubowiecka, Mrs. Veronica Mllkowicz and Mrs. Mnry Granica. OPA Hikes Price Lists 143 Items Advanced Y^ster- day, More Due Within Ten Days Soldier Father Due Home From Florida Station Late Tonight (By Uni(<'<] Press) The O-P-A is working overtime revising ceilings upwnrd. Ycstcr- dny, J'lS new price orders were issued, and O-P-A officials promise still moi-c within the next 10 days. One of the first orders expected to btt issued will send tlic retail price of coffee up by six or sev.cn cents a pound. This is to replace •he subsidy payments which expired on June 30. And ol!1cials sny :hai price increases soon will be announced on new automobiles, farm machinery, home nppliancsc. coucn and woolen clothing, and ^rain product;? such as cereal, flour, ind corn syrups. Labor doesn't think much of the new price law— nor the price rises. The C-T-O warns that ricing prices may be expected all along: the board. In Detroit, where the bulk jf the C-I-O's powerful Auto Workers union is concentrated, workers. voted t.o extend a buyers strike to take in items other than meats, And A. F, of L. President William Green describes the new law as inadequate. He 'predicts a' new .surge of strikes unless industry voluntarily holds the price line. AIR CURRENTS PULL REAR DOOR OF CAR OPEN Six-Year-Old Boy Fractures Skull In Fall To Pavement Town Committee Endorses Talbot For Governor Congressman Joseph E was endorsed by the Naugutuck Republican town committee last night at a meeting held in the George Robert Spetch, six-yenr- old L\in of Mrs. Edith Spetch of ilio Glenbrook Garden apartments, 3S Bridge street, nnd Edward Spetch, stationed with the U. S. Army in Florida, was fatally injured yesterday afternoon when in an attempt to close a door of an automobile in which he was riding, air currents pulled the door open nnd threw hi.m head first to a concrete pavement. The youngster died or a fractured skull which c.iuscd intcr- cranial bleeding, according to a report of Dr. Harold J-". Mori-ill, deputy medical examiner. The nr> cident occurred shortly after 3 o'clock In the afternoon on tho W.-v- tcrbury-Choshire highway, but not until supper time was the lad taken ill. • The Xaugatuck community ambulance was called and Patrolman John Hnnlcy took the boy to St. Mary's hospital, but he was pronounced dead upon arrival at 7:10 o'clock, ._ .. The child was riding in the ro;ir se.-it of an automobile operated by his mother, a native,of Hawaii, ac- oording to State Trooper Dmitri Pawehyk of the Bethany barracks. Mrs. Spetch hnd just d'riven awny i a florist's shop in West Cheshire when Raymond Samokcr, 14, j of 3 School street., Seymour, a | friend of the family also riding in | the bnck seat, told Mrs. Spetch the rear dooi was only partly closed. Edward Spetch. five years old, a brother of the victim, was also Talbot Jon the rear scat, and another 1 Pir,OT AT 80 London (U PI—Britain's oldest flier. Edward Douglns Fnwcett. is taking a rofrcsher course in straight flying an dacrobatics before applying for renewal of his license. Ho is 80 years old and plans to buy his own plane poon. Fawcott is a brother of Paul Fawcett, the ox- plover, who disappeared in an Amon expedition a generation aeo, David, throe, was in the front seal with his mother. Detective Anton Nelson of the Bethany state police barracks, reported. Going Slow Whon Mrs, Speich was informed of the door being open, she told vho children Khc would stop tho ear m once, but before she could bring the vehicle to'a halt, George, had readied for the door handle, apparently intending to pull the door shut. Trooper Nelson estimated lh.it the ear was traveling about 30 miles an hour. The child's quick movement apparently unlatched the do.ir completely causing tho strong wind currents to pull it back. The boy hold his grip on the door handle nnd hung suspended over Hie concrete pavement for n few seconds before letting go. according lo in- fornmtion received by the state police, Mrs. Spetch told the state police she slopped the car immediately and took the child to » Cheshli-o physician's office. A brief examination showed the hoy (o be apparently uninjured, the. police were told. The mother then resumed her jouincy to Naugni.uck. An immediate investigation was the G. O. P. nomination for gov- begun hy Coroner Miles F. McNiff. ernor. |Jr., when he WHS Informed by the. Charlcs P. Rodenbach, town com- state police of the accident, and several witnesses In Cheshire nnd JOSKPH TALBOT town hnl! in his efforts to secure mittee chairman, asserted the corn- wore questioned last Waste Paper Collection Starts Tomorrow Morning At 9 O'Clock mittee upheld tho resolution and j Naugatuck believes that local residents, "will j night. ji»«-- support Representative Talbot in I Mr. Spetch was notified of the his quest for the Jiomination as j accident and was onroute home under special furlough orders. lie boarded n plane last midnight and is due homo -late tonigJit. Fun ml arrangements are being- made at the James F. Shay Funeral Home, 47 Washington av- they havo in tho past." It. is believed that the local committee is the first in the Fifth Congressional district to take such action. s enue, Seymour. Tomorrow morning at P o'clock 45 members of tlie American Le- gicn will siart on a. tour of the sorough—but they won't be sightseeing. They'll be locking for waste paper, and if past performances arc any criterion they won't be disappointed. "Wre depending on you housc- a shortage of a scarce item; sciond, it provides funds for American Legion rehabilitation work,' Proceeds realized in the sale of the paper will be used for rehabilitation porposcs. Twenty trucks will bo at work with the men in the town canvass. They'll work a.]) day, covering ev- wives," said Oh airman Joseph j cry street. Before giving testimony at an executive session of the Senate War Investigating Committee in Washington, Ma.j. Gen. William N. Porter (left), former head of the Chemical Warfare Service, and Maj. Gen. Alaen H. Waltt (right), present chief of the Chemical, Warfare Service, pose with Sen. J»me» Mead, probe group chairman, (International) Raytkwich today in a final appeal for continued cooperation. "Waste paper is still a critical item. Your help in saving it has a two-fold •'value. First, it relieves —Mnn.v liundri'dH of NnurAturJi rnr oivner* already IHITP viewed the new 1047 SImlcbaktr, on difiplnr nt th» >'i»n- Batter? . t Auto Scrilcc,—Adv. .A final suggestion from Mr. Raytkwich: "Bundle up tho papers, tie .them tightly and put them on the curb early tomorrow morn- —Ifllt \\-<* 11 t' t( ' r ('me I" MhfM? <Jmr. At Ilirk'K Shoe St(irr>. 142 Dunk xtrrrl. M'alerlmry, flirrc rtrn hunrtrrdw of wlylr* tot wtur In tho ittinmor mawu,—Adv. "GET THE JUMP ON THE OTHER GUY" Sell Your Product NOW! Thru "CLASSIFIED" DIAL 2228 Our Ad-tnkor will be happy to nHxlRt you.

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