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News Want Ads rt Bring Quick Results C. THE WEATHER •:., New Hanipshi'.-c Vex-mont, Man»- achusetts, Rhode Island and Con- necticut—Thundcrshowers this afternoon and evening. Clearing and becoming cooler tonight. Sunday I'air, cooler. •A Progressive Newspaper For A Progressive Community" Vol. LXX, No. 188 ESTABLISHED 1885 SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1946 Leased Wire Service of the United Press Price Four Cent! School Board To Work Out Teachers' Salaries Under Single Scale Program School Board Expected To Hold Special Meeting Later Thia Month Thf r.fw Miilury .Myjitnrn for twicli- ft.t I" ""> J'UhllC HCtlOOlM Will bO worked out " ml wl " K° lnto « rfll<lt l,y ^I'lili'dibtir, whvn tho nnxl school y«ti r bt.'jtlnd. Muporlnlunuunl or Hchiiolw 11 n r o 1 d Chlllitndon un- nminci'd today. A Hpitclul niutitlng Kuimiiiy «H1 tin hold thin month. Tim M.viitiirn thut will be IIHIIC! In Ittifiwn UM Ihn .iliiKlo HCfilo ny>i- (urn find WUH udoptod for UHHJ;H >,y ini'iiiliorM or thu liourd of teilu- cutlun ut Thuriiday nlght'H mutit- VVh'in nxplulnlnK llm working of [Ml" system today, Mr. Chlltmi- dcii Hdld thut llm Hualo Kliiiriiiitiimi u Milnliuuiii WUK<; of JIOOO n your ami n maximum of SUOUO that rnuy only be uttulnod after lli yoiini of H.-IVICII. Thin maximum wajfii limy tip extended, Mr, ChlUiindon nlul- nl, If lh» liiuchur him In hln or hor Ixj.-iMi'K.ilofi u mu.Mtt/r'H ditK''"" which uhoWM u hi-lloi'tiK'nt or udlluii-ll'in. Tim n»w »ysluru was orlglnutod, Mr. CtilUwtidon said, by ropruMim- Ititlvn.'i <>t thn Hlutti Dourd of JOdll- tullofi urul In turn WUH jtubmltU'd to thn local Tttiichiii'H 1 t.t!htflio. Whim thi' Uniltuii upprovuel of III" nytttiiiri. It WU'i given to thn School Hoard, who duu to tho Importune" tit tho ritullur Hponl much tliun (lisiiuiiHiMK it. «ind rinully udopiiid thn »y»tnin tit thn rucnnt mnotlnft, It In ruinorml thut HuViU'iil loucri- i'1'rt who iilrnudy huvn runchud thii limit In yours for tho maximum wu;;n uutlnr thin systotn uro din- Mn-tlMflod und will miok Inori'iltum bi.yoiul thu limit iiliiccd by tho In HiiltlnK up tb« Bulurlu.H, thn tciuril will IncluUu thn iiuvnn und onn-hiilf pitr <:ent i'«l»u jfriuiKnl \iy thn frnmnnri In May. A|>|H)|lltllR\lltn Wltli two viiouiiPlim In -thfi HlKli St'hdfil (.'Oiripltiifinnt uiid unollii'i' unrimiiicHd, H hu« bnfin liidlcultul tf.ftf u Nfj'K.'Inl fiii:ijilori tif the Muhuol Vjfiiirtl muy tin (.'iillnd In tin. 1 rnjiir rutiirc to rnuloi the uppoliHnumi.il, In'fori' tliii .Mturt of 'tlio titiw uchoul y it lif. At t.hn ri'i.-unl innutlnK of I'"' houril, tlnrbiM-t II. PhuUiii WUH up- polntnd to the vucuncy flllnl by Kdwtii'd Uiiff. iiuiuuul ti'iilnlrn: tnlK'hnr who I'ntlrnil til till' (Ticl (lT Hil>i punt ynur. AltliollKli " 1(1 I'flKltf- riutlon of MlMM I'lutnllo McDonoiUJh wu« rccnlvod fititl ucctiplod, no mi.'ti- iii,n or whtii nit'ttiod WUH to bn iiMfil t'o fill thin vucunc.'y. Furlhi'i 1 - ii'iori', It tiii.-i t>nun Htiitod unolllcliil- ly ttiut uriftthur pcmon who In u iiii'inliiir or thn High school faculty 1,1 intniiillnx to riiMlgn In thn nOiir futifi'u ufi<l thn riiHlKniitlon would tjn I'fr.'ctivn ticrufn th« next yi'iu' of Mfhddl In'itlriM. Anotlmf viiouiuiy tid.'i Limn filled tomporurlly. With two viii:tit«'li'H In thu Ki'iirn- nun 1 HcluiolM cuusocl hy ontt rocunl r»«lK"'itl<"i uii'l u louvoof ubsniico, U WU.M bollovinl thiil UHpnClul nuiiil- Inv; would huvn to bo ciillocl, UM thii liourd niiidn no provbilori ut •Iliflr nnMilltiK to huvn tho Supni-- Inti'iHlnnt of Suhool« appoint u li'iiclinr tu rill the vuouncle.M, un tlu-y hud In the cuso of Mr. Duff, Rodenbach Calls GOP Committee Meeting- Wednesday The Jtcpiiljllciin Town coimnlfc- tct) ^^•lll mtirt WodniiMdiiy ovc- iiiiiK. AUK'. 1't lit 8 o'clock to prt'pnro for t'ltt local CIIUCUM luhiidiilt.'d (or TiiCHduy, AUK. 20, It WIIH nnnniinccd todny ny Clmlrnmn Ctmrlcs I', Itoik'ii- liiich. At thu cuuciiH u locul G. O. 1'. town i!oinn)ltti!O will bu t'li'ctocl und (Irlr^iiU-s numnd to thn vnr- loiDi purty cunvt'iitlons. Car Offered As Prize Four Steps To Collect GI Application Forms To Be Available At Local Post Office Thi.' Treasury, V.'tir and N'avy Departments todny lutimcd up to out- llnv procudui'u to bi: followed bydls- clmi'Ked nnllati!a until In upj>lylng for lermlnul louvu pay. President Trumu.n yostorduy nlfnud UiglHla- tlun muklnj; $2,700,000,000 uvtillable to the HX-CrlH payable In five year bontls. The stops outlined, lo bo followed 1 ftre: 1- Obtnln from tiny |iost of'lco u form onlltlcd "Clulm for Settlc- inrnt "Unu.ic.'t! /.cave" und un ucuoinpunylng Iniitrucllon uhcel.. 8 -KIM (Ait thin form. Hnlp muy In- ohtiilni.'d u£ any or j,OuO-odd vittiM'umi' community Inroriiuitlon or tidvl.ifiry cunti.TS, or ut tho olllce of uny Suite or county veterans' Murvlco ofllcnr. . .') • Hwnur Id the stiitnmonts mn.dc, In Uio forivi Ijufoi'u 11 notary public or othnr uuthorl'/.ecl civil olllcer. Moul ootiim'inlty Informutlon or ad- vljifiry cnnloi' will provide the sor vice fr(!i'. •I--Mull thn cornplutcd form, to- gothor with 11 tll.schni'gd certll'l- cuto fir curllfluiiti! of iiorvlce, to tin- iipproprltbtii Army, Nuvy, Mur- Inc C'OI'PM or Cou.it Guard paying olllfnli 1 llfitud on thu reverse side of tbo clulm form, I-'a.vtnunl will bo niade by mall "u.i soon mi posnlblo" and tho Hupportlng (locurnunls returned. Thn lutflnlutlon, which a'Ho ec|ual- l7,es louvi! bonufltH of olllcurs und iTillnted miin .still on active duty, cullti for payment of un osllmat- t'd $2,700.000,000 In cuah und Intur- tiHt-bniit'lng flvo^your bonds to about 13.000.000 former Murvlco puoplo. Yugoslavia, Greece Clash At Peace Conference Over Proposal To Admit Albania Active In First Ward Hurt- Is the. new cur that will ho pivcn away In connection with the Welcome Home nay celebration here September 2. Tho cur has bo«n parked on the green for public Infection. Shown in the picture are, left to K !it .Joseph Ilcttly, John Kane, ticket sales assistants, John Breen, general, chairman of the Welcome omo committee.', Warden Loo J. Brophy, honorary chairman, and Thomas Nolun, member of the com-. Ho mltU'o. Daniel J. Callahan Candidate For Democratic High Sheriff Nomination Naugatuck Man Now Chief Deputy To High Sheriff J. Edward Slavin Drmlol J. Callahan, 11 Elmwood strciit, member of a prominent Nuugatuclc family, today announced that he Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for High Sheriff of New Haven County- Mr. CalUihan, chltf deputy to the present .Sheriff J. Edward Slavin, Oiling Program For Monday Set By Murtha Hlri'i'lM Hchndiiliid lo >>n ollod Moiuluy by tin- local Hti'not dopui't- nii-nt worn unnouncnd today liy ^^ - jiiirlntPiulnnl of StrtmtH lliirokl Murthu, Thny arc: Itoudlcy Mlriinl, TllKh- littul iivcniin. iipimr find Ooodynui 1 iivi'iuif, Trowbi'ldjfn pluce, Nottli'- tun uvtuiuo, lower und Atttiui Hlrnnt, uml Clirf Hlrunt. Tln> pmitrum yuHtufduy Ineludiul thn ollliu: or HIP lownl imd of An- tlroW uviMiun, Scott ftlroot mul Mill- vllln i-uiui to the Mlllvllli) onnliii'. Mr. Murlhii hu» nt lit tut thn "II- IIIK Kclu'duld mn.v bu Inlorrui'tiHl duo to Incloniont wonlhni 1 oondl- tloiui or othnr omur^'nnoltiH, bill thn ilt'piirttiiiinl expect* to reliiln UM numiul u proKnini un pottnlblu, Dismissal Of Striker Will Be Investigated KiiHt I'tiiftfonl. AUff, 10—(U' 1 )The SoliH'tlvn Snrvlcn iiyatom MU» boon nskod to lnvP»tlKn.to tiho dl«- mlji9it! of it wur votornn Hlrlkor ill thn Hurnllton Stiuuliird PropiiUni'H division or United Alrcruft Corporation, The votornn In Summil Ooldiinrpr, whom UIP union chnr|(on hus btit'n flfiid In violation of Selective Sop- vice rotfiilullonn conoornlnK tho ••mploymoM of war velornnd. FUI '" Ihormoro, Uio union declares tniu Ooidhi'1'K WUM only one of u num- hor of VdtocunH dl«tiil«"n d °y tno company ror wlrllco aollvltlon. — Knr your nmt milf uf »!">»•' ^'"(J 1 ,, 1 ," Nulliiui.l initki-H it" nvnlliihlj. lll< i, l *,'.f t Bltm Hturv JL4SI Hunk St.. »* r ll>7 1 .—A"l»' Crusader Post To Enter Float In Sept, Parade One of tho largest attendances on record WIIH present at lust nlght'n moutlng of tho Cru.sadcr Pudt. VFW. at thulr club rooms on Uubbur nvtimio. when nn Itum of uxlromn Importance to the post was up for discussion, Commander Harold C. Lowls announced today. At the mooting It was decided to nntor a Clout In tho V-J Day, Sept. 2 tjolobriitlon. Novoral trucks wore volunteered by mumboru of the group und it WIIH decided to ac- ciipt all of Lhum, choosing tho one most milUiblu to use In tho float. CrrdnntlnlH woro received for tho ilcJiMrutos uiul alternate!) to tho National uncampmonl, bulng lield In Eoxton, Supt. 1 through Sopt. 7. The local duUigatos do not plan to Imivu for tho affair until tho evening of tho Supt, 2 celebration af- tui' tho day's nctlvltlcu havo boon cotnpliitoil. „ ,, A report of tho Victory Ball CummlttiH' WUH made by Guaton Adiiins, co-cliiilrriuin, aiinouncing llio oiiKMKemen-t of . Victor Zem- brusld to pluy ill the ball which will be hukl In Linden Pui'lc Kail, Siipl. I'l. -Last-Minute News- Seek Directories In Connection With History Of Borough by Mra. Coni.tanco McL. Green, who has. boon onpagod to write tho history of NliuKatuck. Mrs. Croon Us currently in Naugatuck continuing research In connection with the history. Residents hav n R the dlMctorlw a» urged ,to contect the Chamber of Com- DANIEI- J. CALLAHAN has been quietly visiting leaders throughout the county to discuss his prospects of obtaining the nomination. It IB reported that he hua galnud considerable support uricl will have many delegates pli'dirod to him at the nominating convention. Date ot the convention has not yet boon set. Mr Callahun Is chairman of the autfinuck Democratic town committee. Sheriff Slavin has announced that he will not bo a candidate for reelection this year. Rubber Workers To Name Delegates To Convention The election of a vice president will be the issue of .Importance at a meeting tomorrow of Local 45, URCI & PW of America, CIO, at 2 p. m. ut Linden Park, President Guo'rKC Froehllch hus, announced. Plans will bo completed at the meeting for an outing of all rubber workers, Sept. 1 and also, dele- giLtn.H will be named to attend the International Convention at San Francisco. VFW Family Outing Slated Tomorrow The annual family outing of the Crusader Post, VFW, will be held tomorrow at Sc!h!ldgi>n's Park, with tho event beginning at 11 u. m. and nnrling at 0:30,p. m. Various games for both children and adults have besn planned. As a special attraction for the men, a turkey shoot will be held with-several turkeys beine Rlvon away to expert marksmen, A softbatl game will be played In the afternoon. Refreshments will be served during the day —r.rllliiK ntiib- for Hint Irhi.. . , Cull CHUCK'S Frlrnillr St'rvlce and )»"'» thrni tin- vimr cur n rail Kulnic. over. Cull 40SS for ceurieoui invlc*,—Adv. WILL AWAIT MAY'S RECOVERY Wsahinglon, Aug.' 10—(UP)—The Senate War Investigating Committee has agreed to abide by the decision of Andrew May's family.doctor. Committee Counsel George Header says May won't be bothered during his recnpcra-, tive period, sfiid won't be asked to testily until his family doctor, George Archer of Preston-burg, gives the. word. SEARCHING FOR BODIES Great Falls, Montana, Aug..10—(UP)—Police officials are still searching the charred ruins of a stable for more victims of yesterday's plajie. erasfi at the state fairgrounds at Great Falls. And the : Army is investigating the cause of the accident in which two A-26 attack bombers collided in mid-air. One of the planes-plummeted into-a stable of face horses and exploded. At least eight persons have been killed, 10 others are hurt,-and 20 horses were destroyed in llie accide7it. INFANTILE PARALYSIS REPORT By The United Press—The. Public Health Service report's over 150 persons dead this year from infantile paralysis—most of them in the midwest—and if:-adds-that' over 5GOO persons have been .stricken with the disease, nearly twice as many as last year. MARINES IN SKIRMISH Peiping, China, Aug. 10— (UP)— U. S. Marine headquarters in China has announced another skirmish between American marines and Chinese.guerilla troops. The official report says four marine guards were riding in the caboose of a coal train,'which was attacked last night. The marines returned the fire, and report two probable Chinese casualties. '' . UNABLE TO AGREE By United Press—In the far east, General George Marshall and our ambassador to China, John Leigh ton Stuart, have issued a joint statement admitting their failure to conciliate China's warring factions. Cotton Hollow Shirley Smith Guest Of Honor On 13th Birthday DANIKIL WALSH Reception RAYMOND J. ST. ,tOHN" ' Sports JOSEPH D1NNENY Sports First Ward Democrats Plan Clambake Sept. 1 At Wargo's Discuss Active Participation! In Pending Election 'Campaign . The IGt.h annual clambake of Uic First Ward Democratic clulj wi " be J held at Wargo's grove, Sunday, Sept. 1, accordinpr to plans discussed last night at a meeting- of the org-ani7.fit.ion In the court room of the town hall. J. Francis Culle.n president of the club was named general chairman of the event, which Is the feature of the group's social activities of j the year, i Other committees appointed to take charge of arrangements aa-e: Food. Harold Murtha, James Hen- ; ncssy, Francis Curtin, Cyril Tuohy, Democratic Town Committee Plans Meeting Wednesday . . Chairman Daniel J. Cnllahan of the Democratic Town Committee today allied u nieetinR of the organization Wednesday, Vujni.st 14 at S p. m. at the town hall. Mr. Callahan said plans would lie made for a caucus and convention, for the selection of <Iel- [>patcs to the several conventions which in turn wilJ noniiiiiito candidates for office. Cotton Hollow Social Club Holds Pleasant Outing At Savin Rock Shirley Smith WOB honored last night at a birthday party given nt the home of her parents, . Mr. and Mrs, John Smith, in celebration of her 13th birth anniversary. The guest of honor received many gifts and refreshments were served. The e> enlng was spent In a geri-. eral social period- Among those attending- were-Mildred and Dorothy Taylor, Dorothy Zubanlch, M,ary Muffat, Ruth Gaz- d!ck. Howard Ncedham, Sr., Doris and Shirley Needham, Dorothy Prb- venzan, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Llnd, Robert Llnd, Russell Henry. . Entertaining ,<• ; ". Mr. and Mrs. Joseph "Sargent are entertaining as their house guest, Mrs. Sargent's brother., Corp. James Barratt of Camp, .Hancock,. N. j. '..:."•'.,-,\. —Mnvt yon hi-en hrre lutel.v? Well, then .vnu'rr mjn»liic inklnf advantage of', mine Brent, vuliifn. Vlult RAI'HAET.'S; Naumtuck'i Fmhlon itare, tomorrow. Small Claims Court First Session Delayed The first session of the recently established Small Claims court scheduled for Monday, has been postponed, due to a delay In receiving literature and forms necessary tor its operation. .; No claims were filed during the past •'••-•ek .'with Mrs. Lauretta Sul- .livan,"lerk. Judge Martin L. Caine is expected to announce complete details of the court's operation in the near future. Cluh Outing Several members of- the Cotton Hollow Social, club last night held an outing at Savin Rock. A shore dinner was served at Wllcox's, following which the group toured the resort. Those attending were: 'Mrs. Anthony Ruccio, Jr., Mrs. Harry Winnie, Mrs. Joseph Maye, Mrs. .Mrs. Philip Fox. J. FRANCIS CUJLLKX Peter Mecgan; sports Joseph Dinneny, chairman; Raymond St. John, Leo Carroll, Michael Condon, Emmet Murtha; publicity, Joseph P. Donahue. Reception, Patrick F. McKcon, chairman; Joseph Grant, Daniel Callahan, Daniel Walsh; refreshments, Edward Levar.dauskos, Michael ' Lawley, James Clalfey, Kd- mund Farren. Tickets, Edmund A. Ryan, William Walsh, Alex Schmitz, John Ash, 'Charles F. O'Connor, William Holland, Leo Dinncny, Edward Dillon, John Joyce, Joseph Curtin, William Daly, Peter Mecgan, Ii. M. Shea, Peter Brooks, James Max•well, Michael Marinacchio, The club also discussed its participation in the coming political contests ,and voted to take an active part in he campaign. CIO Urges Ban On Private Jobs For Governor Waterbury—A spokesman for tho State CIO Council revealed today that all. alliliatcd unions in the state, including locaJ unions and city councils, will be asked to poll candidates for the state legislature on whether they will support legislation to prohibit future governors from accepting; remuneration from private employers while working; for the state and also legislation to amend the unemployment compensation law so that benefits would be paid to strikers. The CIO unions will be asked to seek the nomination nnd election of candidates who will back this legislation. The action was recommended by the executive board of the State CIO Council? according to Harold Senior, the council's publicity director, who said both jiroposals wcro made after a report by Board Member Henry Jean of Hartford on the Nilcs-Bcment-Pond Co. strike in West Hartford. This .strike ended during the present w'eck, after em- ployes had been on the picket line 20 weeks. • , TRUMAN SIGNS Washington, Dec. 8—(UP)—President Truman has signed the G-I terminal leave pay bill. It provides almost two and one half billion dol- are in bonds to reimburse some 1C million former enlisted men for their unused" furlough time. —You wlW murvrl Hi the cxlrniilve incniiH Hint you will find nt Jcff'n KcHlaunint, Church S(. In th«ie hot sultry dm", come to ittt't.—Aav. Yugoslav Delegate Accuses The Greeks Of Trying To Engineer Deal (By UnlUxl Tress) A bitter clash between Yugoslavia and Greece over the question of admitting Albania to the Paris peace conference developed this morning. Th» YugOfO.iv delegate, Mosha Pijade, tossed a bombshell into ihe conference proceedings. He accused the Greek delegation of trying to engineer a deal at the conference to divide Albania between Greece and Yugoslavia. The decision was postponed after an uproarious debute. Pijs.de told the conference that the chief Greek delegate, Constun- tine Tsaldaris, had made -the proposal to him in Paris. He called the proposal "cold-blooded," and charged that the 'Greek government has always pursued a policy of fomenting wars in the Balkans. The Yugoslav accusation came during the debate on whether or not Albania should be admitted to the peace conference on an advisory basis. Albania is not one of the United Nations, but it was one of the early victims of Fascist aggression- The Albanians have on the basis of underground re- decide the peace terms of Italy — on th basiis of underground resistance to the Axis. The western Allies appear to be firm against, the ndinission of Albania—at least against admission by a vote on the conference today. . Instead they want all applications for membership referred to- the general commission — the steering committee of the conference. Five other nations have applied for admission — Mexico, Cuba, Egypt, Ora.q, and Luxembourg- Sources close to the Brazilian delegation say Brazil is prepared to ask for immediate admission of Mexico and Cuba in the event that Albania is admitted. This afternoon the first of the defeated axis countries will have a say Uefoi-e the conference. Italy's Premier Alcide DC Gasperi will plead for revision of the Italian peace terms. His nppoaranso will mark the first time during tne pres- ! ent century that a defeated nation has been allowed to attend a peace confernce of IJic victors, and to present its case. The Palcstin problem is becoming more of a headache to Great Britain every hour. British security measures in the Holy Land are being tightened this morning. A new threat to peace in Palestine is reported— the possibility of an Arab uprising, along with tihe prospect of renewed outbreaks of violence by i-onist extremists. Baby Tossed To Safety In Fire In Providence Providence, R. I , Aug. 10—(UP) —A 14-month-old baby was tossed 15 foct to safety in a fire that swept a three-story tenement house in Providence. About 23 perHons fled the blaze, which caused about $10,000 damage. Young Susan was dropped Into the arms of a man on a garngo roof when -the fire spread to the second floov where her parents live. President Thlbodonu Photo Joseph DeLucn, prenldcnt of tho West Side Community Club, who plans an active program to obtain b»» trtinsportafion service for the children of that community. Mr. DeLuca favor* a special freemen's meeting for the appropriation -of fund* for the project, If nere«- sary. —Ilnvr you xrrn the nevr 1647 fUude- bnkcr? 11'« rrnlly worth nwlnc. You ran arc It by vlnltlnc the Nuuotuck Uatlrrj and Auto -8ttvl«,—Adv. _,

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