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Atchison, Kansas
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News Want Ads Bring Quick Results writ Uatlu A Progressive Newspaper For A Progressive Community' 1 THE WEATHEE Connecticut, Mns^nchusctts and Rhode Island: Considerable daytime cloudiness and somewhat warmer today. Fair tonight. Sund.'iy paitly cloudy and warmer, Eastport to Block Island: Gcntlo to moderate southwest wind .today and tonight. Vol. LXX, No. 182 ESTABLISHED 1885 SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1946 Leased Wire Service of the United Press Price Four Centi Plans Being Drawn By Megin For New Housing Project Construction Of Higher Cos Homes To Bo Deferred About A Year H[<cclflcallon« ami plnnn of lay out f<"' l»« new housing project o tin: W. J. Megln, Inc., un proporty rnciintly infrclmMiKl from tho bor iiuidi, on Mlllvllte avoiuie, aro un (lirrwnv and uxpootud to bu com pliitiid In the near future, but con [,r«b»bly will b» deferred for pun mijly a year, William Noble, Jr. pruiildimt <>t tho concorn roportoi! tinliiy. Mr. Noble »ald It Is expected thi company will build a larger homi' In thi' projiict. costing morn than tWXiU, wtildi I* tlif amount nol Hi tin iwudod at present accord- In^ to re.'iti'lctlon.i of tho Fudm Hii'tinlntf Ad rn In 1st trillion, Several pel-noun have approached Ih" comjiany official regarding homus In thi: project once lt'n Un- cliM'way, h« nfild, nn<l want hormis nxeBi'tllriK the, $10,000 limit. Thosi- [ujniorui not veterans, Mr. Mobil: an>ii!rti:d, and construction ut thin time can bo only for vet- Mr. Nobli: declared that rnont vi'ti'rans urn Interested In u homo ut a reii.sonablu eosl not exceeding .flu,000. Ke mild It Is possi'blo hornt nltvN mny be developed along the l-lniidley street Hide uf the ti'HCl Wow tfii! limited amount spiiclHud by llin I'M [A, with development of IHii whole ari'ii to be undertaken init'ii iwHrletloriM have been eliminated. [t U thi' fii'in'H plnii now to cx- [jiuid In the Glimdalo Manor pi'uj- I'cl off New tluvun road, h« «ald In thut priiject ML'vural homes huvi biTii cuinpliiluil, with other con- Htriic'tloft coiiilug ah^ng well, thi i.'unti'uctiir Htati'd, In one Hti'unt. ( ; ui'b und gtlttiirn are well di'Vdl- ii|i»(l, with Kradlng to bo dorm HUOII. Mr. iVolilii wild the company h' riMMilvin^r niatDrlalM In nuiHtjnablf iini'Kint.M, with night ciii'loadH <>l liiifibiu 1 from thti nouth und wont lii'lng riiculved yi;»t"rday. liu I'm- jihiiiilxi-d that no product. 1 ! used by Inn concern ai'ii pui'CluiHed from "l)lnct< rruii'kfit" HoiiruoH, and lluil iiltliuiiKh thn firm liuyn and sells nt u clow margin, lumber IH boughi |i from lui 1 );!) mlllM In logltlmuti.- lll'lll.l, Funeral Today Of Naugatuck Doctor's Brother Dr. William A, fluffy, fin u N"« Haven di'iiriMt, hrothnr of Dr. Vln I'iMH I'lllTy, «S Meadow struct (llud 'ihnr.iility In Grace ho.'ipltul, New Haven, wiirrn ho WHM taktin a week acn uftrr HUl'I'orliu: a cin'i'lirnl l''uneral Mnrvlcos ^vyrll h»Md thin morning ut {':J)0 o'clock from thn M, I 1 '. Wnlker A Won Kuncral .Hom». Ni'w Itiiven In St. John's church, Old f-iiiyln'iinU whore a, HOlomn high Mai's WIIH ccl'.'bratcd at It o'clock, Tii'MldoM hl.i brothor fsldlnir In Niiugatiic-k, ho If. iiurvlvad by three other brolhersi, hid wife, u dallKhtiU 1 , n Nfiri iinrl three slstul'ii, Pond Hill Club Given MemorialFlag In Memory Of Muriel Lave And Deceased Servicemen Of Community Four honorary membership ccr- •.ll'lfiate.s wi - ri! granted last night to usIdontH of this Pond Hill Hnctlon •t the borou>,'h by the Pond Hill Community club. Those ruciilvinK :ho m«mb«i-shlp» were Mrs. Emily I'urton. Wllllum Hopkins. 'Miss Ada HotchldMs and Mrs. Harriet Flint, During thu Kcswlon of the club .'onductucl by Mahlon Senrs, pt'usl- it, a fluf,' was prcticntcd by Mrs. Kltu I^uvu In mumory of horduufjh- cr. Mutlul, and In momory of the nun of thn community who yave hull 1 llvus durltiK World War II. Manuel Alberta wn» appointed ci thu board of directors to fill the vacancy ci'ofitod by Krncst Benson. TiTUUtlvt; plans were diMcussctl or n public curd party to bo held \uj.;. 22, with other details to be nnounud ut u later date. Several uvv niL-inbui's were udmlttod to the rKii.nI/.iit Ion. Post Plans Outing NATHAN MANN Rcferce ADAM MENGACCI Commander Arrangements have been completed for the first outing of the Mon- tiumrl-Kiulo Pbst,. to be held tomorrow at Unden Park. Montanari-Rado Post Field Day To Attract Hundreds Bouts, Dancing, ball Game Top Attractive Program Thu biggest feature of the Mon- {anarl-Rado po.-it ftnld-dny being held tomorrow, will bn the boxing bouts to be staged during the afternoon j.t Linden Park. With the state's top heavyweight, Nathan Mann acting HS referee of these exhibitions. Chairman Ralph Morclll und his assistants have prepared one of the most Inviting bout series seen locally in quite somo time. The feature bout of tin; scheduled There vvus a large attendance j live will b2 between Dula Kovach trin meeting, during which aland Spec Wiley, both well-known wuit hold to raise funds, '. heavyweights with thu prize being u Hteak. Mrs. Arthur OraiigL-r of tho West Side Community club was a visitor. .Dancing WHM held following the hu.sincus meeting and refresh- Ball Committee Meets Monday All mi'iiibi'i'H of tint Victory Hull C'mmnltti'n, VT''W, aro uttknct to lit- li-iiil u upcctul, Important mooting, to !»> lickl nl tin- club room« on lUihbiT iivmuli', Monday night, at K p. m. Ui'portu will bo fflvon PM rilh-ltntlons for tlm diuicn pro- KI'HIll. •mints HUI-VIICI. Tho next meeting ,vlll bu tuild 'An;:. 16. Erect 60-Foot Steel Flat Pole At Post Office A nnw flag polo, ordered some rime nun, WM.« nroclod on the Nau- liutuck Pust Office property this wci!lt, with work being completed Thursday. • Thn Htnol pol«, which stands GO fci.'t abovi) the ground, replaces a woodun one erected when the post offlcr WIIH constructed in 3917. The old polo had become decayed and painters fuiirud it unsafe to climb. Cutting down of the old poliT was thought the qulcltet way of removal by two men from u New Yorl< concern, whose business It Is to replace poles. A six foot hole wa.i dug and the now pole placed within two days by thn two mini working alorio, one Maid to be an elderly man. Rep. Talbot Due Home Next Week ConKi'dMS iuljourned yestni'dav, but Rupredpntntlvo JoMeph E. Talbot <i< Walnut Htrect, In not expected to arrive In the borough until ni:xt Woilnosclny or Thursday. Tho Congressman, who la a can- clldnto for the Republican nomination tu thu gubernatorial poat In the stftto. la being backed by the Women's Tulbot-for-Govornor club, which now hnn a total membership of l.POO in the state and -100 In Wa- torbury, according to Mrs, Ger- tnidc 1 Rwlrdii, prp.Mldcnt. from 1 Naug'atuck. Kovach and WIloy have fought in past professional bouts in state circles having more than once j appeared on flght cards in Water-1 bury, that were prepared by George | Mulligan,'' •'•'•'-'- : '/.;-- : -.'." .•':•';''" Maslfod Marvel Another event that should .prove more than interesting Is the scheduled bout between Art Crelan and the Masked Marvel, whoso identity is being .shrouded with secrecy. Special GuiHtH Post Commander Adam Mengacci, today announced special guests that would appear at Linden Park, Sunday. Among these are Michael J, Scriccu of Ness- Britain, newly elected State-Senior Vice Commander; Mrs. Michael J. ' Sorloca newly elected state vlco president of the ladies' auxiliary; und Michael Giordano of Wutcrbury past state commander and organizer of the local post. Complete Program Commander Mengacci further an- Police Committee To Hear Petition From Supernumeraries A meeting of the police com- nilttee of the board of warden and burgesses will he held tomorrow morning In the town hall at 10:30 o'clock, for the purpose of discussing the re^ quost of supernumeraries for an Increase in pay. The-supernumeraries will, be represented by Thomas Feeley. A petition was presented the board recently asking- tlmt the supernumerary policemen he granted the sumo pay as regular policemen, inasmuch as they do the same type of work and hold ' the ' same responsibilities. Russia Misrepresents Big Four Agreement.. Mrs. Sullivan Named Small Claims Clerk Judge Martin L. Caine Sets August 12 As Date For First Session Fifteen Possible Sites For U. N. nouncod today, the complete program fnr the day, as .prepared by Chairman Morrolll and his commit- ce. Assisting Mr. Morelll were Francis Crcddo, as co-chairman, und Jay TnngreUi and Antoinette 5iuc«arelli of the Women's auxiliary The program follows: 1 to 5 p, m. Continuous Bocci Ball games. IMS p, m. Races for Children including 3 legged races; fifty yard da.ihes for both boys and girls and wheel barrow races, 2:30 p. m. Softball game. M-P. Post vs. Florio Post of Watcrbury. 3:30 p. m. Boxing exhibitions: 1. Spnc Wiley vs. Dula Kovach. 2. JOR Madden vs. Billy Lang. 3. Joe Rossi vs Young Clarlo. •1 .Art Crelan vs. Masked Marvel, 0. Bobby Byrn.0 vs. Tony Byrne : to 0 p. m,, dancing by recordings. « p. m., awarding of door prize, and his orchestra. 8 p. m. drawing of door prize, Phllco Portable Radio, Refreshments from 1 to 9 p. 'm. 79th Congress Adjourns; Record Includes Appropriations Of Nearly 95 Billions tt Members Return To Districts To Prepare For Coming Elections (H.V United PI-OHM) WuslilnKlon— Whort) tho Million'* liiws iirc inndc — 1« pruetlcully today. T'IP conjri'o.M.'inion— -Mom* BOO H --am on thtili 1 wuy homo to rost for 'v whllo nftor Zo'lonK months of And then thwy'll lu'ifln tholr political fonci'S, tor tho Novombor elnotlonw aro np- ProachlnK, Tho w'/olo lower houflii l« lip for ro-oloctlt>n thin yniu', nnd so IH two-thlrdtt of tho Honatn Cynical ohsni-vor.i 'n<iy thut fhn ploutlonn— imd tho votlmr of thu vntoi'uns — hud H lot to do win tho pu.'wnfro of ono of tho liuit bills npprovucl by ho VOlh ron- KruK.s, This 1» tin upproprttilon bill which Inolucles fundu to buy apuolul nutomobilcs for nmpuloes and to to submit the United States to muku terminal leave payments to G-I'H. Thin 7!Hh congress did ft lot of othur things during Its 20-month span. Its worlc can be summed up by Maying that generally It went along with tho president on International affalra. but opposed him on domestic ISHUOM, The president's whcclnorse in ho Koniito, Majority Loader Alben Earltloy arknowlodgod as much In n, brief speech just before adjournment, Eiu'klcy recognized that Mis- tor Truman's legislative recommendations wore received harshly in rontfiTS-s. But ho Insisted, nevertheless that the Tilth .congretw worked hard and woll, and he said It dirt more for the public than any othor congrc«» In tho past 25 years, Finn! Actloiin Tho Internationally inlruled •• seriate In Its closing hours, agreed by tho overwhelming vote of 00 to two. compulsory jurisdiction of.tho new World Court in' all matters of treaty Interprotaion and International law. Tho only dissenters were Republican Senators Langor of North Dakota and Shlpstead of Minnesota, Other acts of the 79th congress which turned the United States away from Isolation are the endorsement of tho BrRtton Woods monetary agreement, approval of tho three—and three-quarter billion dollar loan to Britain and appropriation of funds for the United Nations relief. But on the domestic scene, con- gross wrangled with the president on th» draft, full" employment, housing and especially on the OPA. In case you're interested In figures, congress during..its two years of life appropriated a total of 9-1 and throe-quarters-billion dollars. School, Planning Board Meeting Dates Coincide Plans for a meeting of the board of education with the planning ndmmisHion Thursday night will be affected by the fact that Thursday is the date of the regular meeting of the board of education, it was indicated today, Chairman Samuel' I, Lyons said he would confer with Warden Leo J. Brophy to establish an'under- standing as to the time of the meeting. Warden Brophy has been confined to his home the past several days because of illness. Mi\ Lyons said at a meeting 1 of the planning commission July 20 that he would line to Discuss the question of a combined high school and auditorium, which will be sought by the school department. A survey recently completed under the supervision of the state board of education will lend to a recommendation for a new high school because of crowded conditions in the present building. The planning 1 commission,, at its last, meeting, invited the school board to attend its next session scheduled'for Thursday night, Mr. Lyons said today that the school board had nothing further that could be presented to the planning commission, and that no new information hud been forthcoming relative to the survey report. It was indicated that the school board would seek a meeting with the planning commission on a night other than Thursday. The planning commission has under consideration a proposal for construction of an armory, and a recommendation by local veterans that an auditorium be erected here. Mrs. Lauretta Sullivan, 4Q Hill street, clerk in the tax collector's office, has been appointed clerk if the newly established Small JIaims court, according to an announcement today by Judge Martin L. Calne. Office of the court will be in Room 8,of the town hall, where claims may be filed. Details of the 'unctions of the court and rules or filing 'and executing will be announced at a date next week, First iession of the court will be Aug. 12. Salary of the clerk has not yet been set, Mr. Caine said, with the definite amount to be approved by the Legislature in its next session. The clerk will be paid an amount at the present, which was undisclosed and in accordance to the amount of work involved Mr. Caine said as the' court i in The experimental stage, it is im possible to place a definite salary to the position. As to remuneration for himself, he said it would be matter to be presented to the Leg islature. Mrs. John Grant Heads Marine League Auxiliary A meeting of tho Women's .Marine Corps League Auxiliary was held last evening at the American Legion Homo. Mrs. John T. Grant presided and temporary officers were clectea in the following capacities: 1 President, Mrs. John T. Grant; vice-president, Mrs chars; treasurer, William Leff- Mrs. William Benson; judge advocatje, Mrs. Frank Clark; press correspondent, Miss Charlotte Leuchars; 'trustees, Mrs. Robert Miller olnd Mrs..'.Louis Roberts. ' "' • •• • Any mother, wife, or sister of a Marine, or former Marine; is eligible for membership and la.urged to join. Another meeting 1 will be held next week, the time. to be announced later. Brophy Issues Ultimatum On Board Recesses Warden Leo J. Brophy in djsc sing- meetings of the board of warden, and burjjeses has stated, "in the future meeting's of the board no recesses wiil be allowed. I will be available to the burgesses in the town hall at 7:30 o'clock one half hour jefore the meeting is scheduled lo> 3egfn. Any discussion pertaining to ooard business can take place then and during the actual meeting 1 ." At Jnit mouth's session Democratic -Burgess Andrew O'Toole re-, quested a live minute i-ncess when the question of appointing a regu- flreman to the locol force was presented the board. The minority side of the boardw alkcd out of the meeting- when the Democratic Burgesses failed to return to the session after 40 miuutcs. In discussing the board meeting o be held Tuesday evening, Aug. 6, Wat-den Brophy also has said, "The appointments which have been anging fire for the past few •norths will definitely be 1 made at the monthly meeting of the borough board next Tuesday night." The United Nations Headquarters Commission, in New York lias announced, that its permanent homo will be selected from the- fifteeA. possible sites embraced by the shaded ureas on the above map in West- Chester County in New Vork, and stretching into Connecticut. Many of. the sites overlap and range from two to forty square miles. Area (1) is one site; area (2) contains two; area (3) contains eight and area (4) contains four. In. many of the locations, indignant, protests were registered by residents ucainst the establishment of the permanent homo of the United Nations in their section. (International)' Father Taylor Heads Spiritual Welfare Committee For Celebration U. S., Russia Clash On Procedure Recommendation For Rotating 1 Chairmanship Expected To Be Adopted VOTE ON TWO- THIRDS RULE EXPECTED TODAY Communications Strike In France Not Expected To Effect Conference Groveside School Decision To Be Made At Board Meeting ' Decision whether to close Grove- side School will probably be made Thursday at a meeting of the board of education, Chairman Samuel I. Lyons said today. • Supt, of Schools Harold E. Chittendon has recommended that the New Haven road building be closed and students transfererd to Oak Street and Central Avenue schools for the coming school year. To date only one comunicalion has been received by him in connection with the announced plan to close .the school, Mr. Lyons said. The board will plan an outline of school assignments for the new year at the Thursday meeting.' One of the sober notes of Nau-1 — g.ituck's Welcome Home celebration will be the tribute to the younjr men who lost their lives in the service of their country. The responsibility for this part of thn program will be under a newly appointed Spiritual Welfare committee. John Brecn, general chairman of the celebration, announced the' appointment of Reverend Albert Tayor as chairman of the new committee. Father Taylor, assistant' pastoi- of St Francis church, agroefl today ,to accept this important assignment. It is understood that the churches of the borough will hold Memorial •ervices on the morning of the celc-j jration for the Gold Star servicemen. Father Taylor will announce shortly the selection of a minister of one of Naiigatuck's churches to assist him with the invocation and benediction when the veterans gather at Linden park. Bomber Crashes, Crew Killed An Army bomber has crashed near Long Bench California. Everybody aboard the plane—a E-25 — was killed. It's not yet known how many persons were on the plane but a B-25 normally carries a crew of live, A Navy doctor says parts of bodies in the wreckage indicate at least six persons may have died in the accident. The crash occurred as the piano was coming in for a landing at the naval air station at Los Alamitos. (By United PrCus) The dispute between the United States and Russia over rules of procedure at the Paris peace conference broke into the open today. All week long the two nations lad been avoiding an open debate on their opposing stands. But ut .his morning's session of the com- mittco on rules of procedure, Sec- •ctary of State Eyrnus accused Foreign Minister Molotov of misrcpre- ;entitig the understanding reached among he T5ipr Four. Byrnes stated hat the conclusions nrrivnd at by he Big Four were suggestions to .he 21-nation conference—and not definite decisions as claimed by •lolotov. Shortly after Byrnes and Molotov ngaged in their verbal clash, a Dutch propo'snl ' that the chairmon of the conference be selected from ong the lenders of aj> 21 dclc'ga- ions was defeated. The vote was 2 !o S with one nation abstaining. This probably means that the Big Four recommendation of .1 rotating- chairmanship will be adopted.—with each of the Big Four holding (he chair for three d.iys at a lime, Molotov precipitated the exchange between Byrnes and himself whe nhc criticized tht smaller nations for trying to overthrow what he called Big Four decisions. He suiil this would result in the world receiving the impression thnt there was a rift between the Council of Foreign Ministers. YOUNGSTER DIKS South Coventry, Aug. 3—(UP) — The battle to Gave -the life of 22- montliK-oId Irving Harrington has been lost. The youngster was flown to Boston a month ago for treatment of whn-t was believed to be leukemia. Later it was found ho had a throat tumor—which finally has tnkcn the baby's life. — 1.ft Cliurk'H Friendly S«"vlo<! Sindon, North Mnln St., check up find ..all 1 ami Rrcus«< your cnr, now that lonr va> : cation trJi) buu bvea coinplet«'d^--Aitv. Price Of Bread Hiked By OPA (By United Press) The price of bread goes up_ today. Housewives will have to "pay a penny more for a loaf. And the price of rolls goes up too, and biscuits and crackers and cookies. The price Increases were approved by the O-P-A because it found the bakers squeezed between the uncontrolled prices of wheat and the controlled prices on wheat products. Officials say, however, the increases will remain in effect only 1 until it's decided whether to keep grain under controls after August 20th. ,^->\Vhcn in ii(*f*<l of Khmw, und In si fam- ; I?.V »uini5 one (lor* illmoKt any timt*> htiop flrftt ill HIck'M Sfiw £tore, 1-I2 Bank fttrtiet, Watwbury,—Adv. Providence Woman Reported Missing Providence. Aug. 3—(UP)—A search is in progress throughout the cast for Mrs. JLamuraglia Spadaro. a bride of two months. The 10- year-old girl, a former resident of Seneca Falls, N, Y., has been missing from her Providence home since July 24th. The hunt was Intensified after her husband Carmelo urged police to seek aid from, authorities in other states. The husband expressed belief that the attractive woman might be a victim of foul p!ay. Mrs. Spadaro's disappearance was reported a few hours after she finiKhed work at the Uncas Manufacturing company plant. She last was seen walking 1 along a street — Last-Minute News — 30 MISSING London, Aug. 3—(UP)—Thirty members of the crow of a British' tanker ;ire missing after the vessel capsized in Haifa harbor, Palestine. The vessel was unloading aviation fuel when an explosion occurred, and flames swept the vessel. The cause of the blast is not known. near the plant Providence. toward downtown Free Suspects In Death Of Girl Onset, Mass., Aug. 3—(U Pi- Authorities apparently have reached a. stalemate in their investigation of the slaying of Miss Ruth McGurk of Cambridge. All suspects have been released. These included a North Dighton 'bachelor believed to have been' at the dance and two A-W-O-L soldiers. The soldiers were released to Army authorities after being cleared of any connection with the case. Meanwhile, investigators are going through Miss McGurk's letters, notes and photographs at her Cambridge home for new clues. —Jinny hundrfdk of Nniiculurlf cur ownrrH nlready have vlewrd the ntw 11)47 StMtJtibiik«r r on dUplny ut the NIIII- rutuck Bnllwj a Auto Sorvlu.—Adv. VOLUNTEERS GOVERN Athens, Tenn., Aug. 3—(UP)—A volunteer group of three is governing Athens, until September 1 when the GI candidates, elected two days ago, take over. City officials —members of the Democratic political machine ousted by the GI's—are nowhere in evidence. The volunteer governing commission is composed of a minister and two businessmen. ROBINSON CONFIRMED Washington, Aug. 3—(UP)—One of the Senate's last actions before adjourning last night concerned Connecticut. The upper House confirmed the nomination of Commander John F. Robinson to the Selective Service director for the state. Shanghai, Oug. SPY TRIAL 3— (UP)—Twen ty-th ree Germans will be put on trial before an American military commission for allegedly serving in China as spies for Japan. Included in the group/is Lud-wig Ehrhardt—head of a'unit of the German high command with agents in three Chinese cities. PRESIDENT TO VOTE Washington, Aug. 3—(UP)—President Truman left Washington today in his special airplane for "his home at Indepdence, Missouri—where he will vote next Tuesday in the Democratic primary. —JiTf'H Kt'Htniirnnt, Church Ntrrrt. cvrn In the*,? tiny* of f'Hitl KlinrtAKCN. of- frr* K rwU'ndld dully mrmi. tlmt In* cludctt man}' appetizing diftbeii.—Adr, —Tli.-ri' uri- oiiUtnndliin burenlnH all (IrtuirtmrmM at Kmihnrl'M, Nii turk'n Slorc of Faxhlwn, Church lu H« BQQuftl July ClMtranc*—Adr

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