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5200 RUBBER The Weather Jair Tonight and Friday, Warmer Tonight, •Dfat COVERING — BEACON FALLS BRISTOL TERRACE COTTON HOLLOW —-'MIDDLEBURY A Paper For TK0 •• — Home — Clean and Reliable MILLVILLE -PLATTS MILLS -—-POND HILL STRAITSVILLB —^- UWION CITY Vol. XLVI, No, 219 NAUGATUCK, CONNECTICUT, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1941 Price Three Cents STORM DAMAGE HERE GREATEST IN YEARS Superintendent of Street Murtha Places Estimate at $2000 Figure, MAPLE STREET WASHOUT WORST IN THE TOWN Storm Tossed Rock Break Window in South Main Street Store. The storm here Tuesday wan UK wo rut rain H tor in In the ox per I emu or Hupt. (if StroolH Harold MurLhf ft« a numiliw of the struct department, he said today. He (isllwuloi damage herd as at loasl $2,000. Streets In various HoolloiiH wort damaged, and llio ntimlior of area: affeotorl In Hiioh a eomparallvol: Hhort lime thn rain foil was surprl* InK, Mr. Murtha Ha Id, AH Htroet department. employe* ur( novv on vacation oxeopt for a sUnle inn rnalntenanofi oruw, tho Hiiperln tendon!. IH faoed with ft dW'loul problem lu repairing thu darwitf clone. In addition to a holo at least loin foot tloop <>!» Muplo Hlreet, /-ausor apparently when a sower under Hi* road overflowed and seeped Llirougl Iho, pavement oraoUlriK It, there was a bad washout on Sherman avonuc lo tho Whlttemore development sot-. tlon,. . The Maple street washout-ooourrec near Maple lerraeo and part of the pavement fell Into tho., holo, Muoli . Ullrt nh'il rooks were wanl»e<l down to Main streoLu.ud/iti.rior the, storm '* * panning auto hit a ytone, (rofk'otlnM it Into the plate glass window of tho Kli'Hf.'National Store on South Malr • street near Iho traiTlo light, break- IriK Ihe window. The storm (mused a slab of sidewalk on Citiorry street to cave In In addition to causing motor I rouble 'for a number nf oars, It left some soetlons of oorlaln In bad shape. Supl. Murtha and his small eresv of'helpers-are being kept extremely busy making repairs as a result or tho storm, There was a bad hole.In tlie road (U Hast Waterbury road also, near Ihe Sohlldgen borne, Hup I. Murtlui reported, ' ; • , i lloadle'y street, near Iho new street widening project, Hillside avenue and hunu avenue were also reported as points where tho storm did much damage. COURT CLERK APPOINTMENT NOT YET MADE 'Although It was rtimornd In lonnl ppHUiwI'MrffloH last night Hint At- toniuy Toronto Cianuody, today would 1m luuiuul 'oliTk of Iho N'au.s'ii- tuok court, Hint 'hllimtlon up In pruHM tlmo had not maLoi'lull/.od. Judgo Mfti'lln I*. Ca'T'io Is alnlod lo luuuo a suc.oosMor Lo' Thomas 1*. JaokHon, who hold Iho offloo of olork of the oourt for only a few days boforo roHlgfilng llio post, It WUH Itniriuid today thai a HllKhl ntlnok of ludliWMllon lasl nlglil prove it lod tho Judge from nmkliiK tho nppolnlmunt today, Judge Calnn would not say whom hn would namo but Iho polllltvil "dnpo" has It that Ally, Clanuocly will ho tippolnUul. Ally, tiannody was pro^ooulor In Iho court from last Oolohor- to July I, ; Judgo CJalno said ho would mnko Iho appolntmont very BOOM, aiul this was takon lo Indloalo tho post will bo Illlod either tomorrow or Saturday, Other reported aspirants for iho portllloii Include: Uurgoss Joseph Dlnneny, Kdward J. Ahorn and John !•'. MeOroary, STORM DELAYS OILING WORK M'arden Leo ,l. Brophy has an- nouneed that hecatino of the clarn- Rgo done on numerous streets by Uio heavy rain Tuesday, tho: piling program hero will ho delayed sorno- >Vhal, ' «, •Thoro arc numoroua wasb-ouls and street department workers will work In repairing those next week, Ihe warden said, Tho Warden an- MolpnloH tho-co'lloollon of cans nnrl other rubbish will bo held next vveeK .tilao, with datoa to be an- noon. ONE CHANGE IN DRAFT QUOTA IS MADE LOCALLY One change lias hccn made in U lint of 10 si'lootlvo service regj trants who will go to Hartford next Monday lo lake final physical exams before being inducted In the U, S. army, It was announced today by Harris Whlltemorc, Jr., chairman of llio local board. This change affected Stanley Plur- UowsUl of 20, Crown street, Union City, who bas been given a tlcl'ur- HUMit because he suffered an injury to his foot Monday while working at the Kastern Malleable Iron company plant. A casting Is said to have dropped on the fool, and Plurkowskl was treated by Dr. William.11111, The deferment for Plurkowskl Is until ho recovers trom bis Injury. Clyde Lowo Smith of Ciulpln sLrcel will replace him in tho quota foi noxL Monday. Mr, Smith Is vacation- Ing at Wllliamsporl, Pa., now but has been noil dud to bo here for the draft call Monday. ANDRlWMROZ IS NO. UN NEW Andrew 'Edward Mro'/. of G4 Grecn- worl slrool Is tho first .to bo drawn In tho now draft lottery.Me will got serial number S.I. the "S M standing for second registration. Glaudo L. Hai.lgor of Woloott, member of the board, drew Mro'/,' card. Cards for the second registration for tho Ho)optivo service draft were shu(Tied and drawn last night by members oC the local board l-'i A, at Beobo Street.school. There Is a total of -148. In the second registration here. The lists' of H.grlftl .numbers.vh.avo Ucgn, placed on tho bulletin board at the Hoebe Street school, which Is •hoadquarl- ni'H for the draft board..The drawing for order numbers In the second registration Is to take place 1n Washington next Thursday, ,'luly 17. The Master Lists In connection with last night's lottery have been Ilkul In Hartford by the local board. LOCALYOUTT ATFORTRILEY Private Joseph llohlattl Is station- id-al, Kort Rlloy, Junction City, Kan- sa.s with the uiolorlxod unit oC.thn mvalry training school of the U. S. iriny, according to cards received i ore, Walter Palmoskl of Oakvll.lo, for- nerly of Union City 1 , Is at tho Man- iluislor Air Base, Manchester,-N.. H., uiti Is eonneetod with the 45th Ma- •lal Sniuulron, MANYGROUPS'TO BE REPRESENTED Included among tho organisations A'hloh will have roprosontallpn at St. Michael's church Sunday night to hear the talk by Rev. Michael :ioleman, Vicar of the world famous Mi-Hollows church In London, are ,ho American Legion, Veterans of •'orolgn Wars, Daughters of St. •Joorgo, Sons of St. George, daugh- crs of Scotia, Clan MoAlpIn, Burns !Uub, Urltlsh.War Veterans and laimdlnn War Veterans. Several of tho above groups are from Watorbury', and uniformed .mils aro Inoludod in the roproscnta- .Ions. • ! There will bo a massing of colors but-'probaltfy tho outstanding feature of tho evening from a dramatic standpoint, Other thaiv the .address by Rev. Golcrnan, whoso church is practically destroyed by. Gor,,an aerial bombs, will bo the 'presentation of the American and: Brlt- sh flags by uniformed.-officers, ot service ot'ganlxatlons. That odd -pl«ce oi furnitnrt* nd a burw If you UM Yoo-Hoo Soldiers Relax After Penance March .... • •v-v-rT~T-|irT-ir-r-n l1 0Mfc-|MMMf|f l n--ft|f j V !•*; Illtl In I Ml' j|f'""r'TIIHIIiri 1 fi '''W|1|lfi Ml , f " f f ' " * " f ' f-w"'' $} >"fVTf w^-.j»> i+if.<rtt *Vn. .•».•£ ••> --' '-• f ff -. t ^ "I""', •>•••*:' . srr,tf, ff ^ttt ...S ss Hf*&& • ™ ,?„/' ^^ ,T" " ^ "" ' '" •*"" - 1 * v "• tfffff+VI* w. ''•"'"••'*'•'"•'•""• w.vwvw v*j. **^^*>s*^-+r'.ir4KtXrt~j*<-X*.>?»> . /.^»K , •.. '••s^-. tffffttft, , ., f,fsf, ^ ss jfftVrt, S f..r sv» wWC*.,.; w^.fV/V'.v.** -,-•>.•>•. " tftK**" ft ffffffrfff,, f ff M *** ^v^Av^Xsx^x ^^.x-Xv** i^ffMf.tf^ifjt^ <v«w«. tlffj^nsr. <* vV^->.w.-«''tJM^<»>».v»<<c<|Li{ .., r/.«<<v «*.<•,• -QM* v?'' . ATEMtW Secretary of Navy' Implies Navy .May Have to Do Some Shooting. DOESN'T SAY HOW FAR IT HAS BEEN AUTHORIZED TO GO Senate Committee Will Hear Secretary Knox and Sen ator. Wheeler. ; - t lly LY.LE Cl. WILSON U I 1 . Stair Cori'u.spoiuleiit '. . Washington, July 10-(UP)—Tho senate naval affairs oomirilltoe toila^ : voted l-o -cull .Secretary of. Navy frank" Knox and Chief oi' Naval .Op orations. Harold 11. •'Stark.. in.;execu tivo .session to-discuss"'reports. Unit American naval .patrol bouts have shot, at German 'submarines .In;'the Atlantic, , . , , '. ' " ' • Committee .-Chairman'...David 1 Walsh, (D) Mass.,-, said -Knox and Stark would be 'invited to •' appear tomorrow. Their appearance- was requested by a-resolution offered by Sun. 'Burton. K. Wheeler (D) Mont., after newspaper columnists had reported a United States destroyer had dropped a depth 'bomb at-a German submarine. Knox, already has denied that such occurred or; that thero had been - any shooting; Decision to,- invite Knox and -Stark lo appear before the. cornmlUec did not-- constitute a committee -action endorsing or approving Uia'-Whcol- or resolution-which .-was drafted in adversely critical terms, AValsh explained He Indicated that the two would bo asked' a'direct, .question, however, regarding;tho Incident, reported by. columnists regarding which \Vliooloivsoush.t;infprmal!on. Uy LYLE"a \VILSON U, I 1 . Sl»ir : Corrcspoinlcnt This almost .nerveless capital was stirred hy Knox'a.-press conference plication thai tho navy may have 10 shoot Lo' cany out, the orders issued by President lloosovolt when Iceland was occupied Prime Minister Winston Churchill contributed !to the general feeling of Interest with a statement that British and United Stales naval forces now; might be expected to cooperate in'"the most dangerous wa- ,crs 1( of. the Atlantic. Speculation regarding possible looting incidents related to United States naval loices ordered to in- tho safety, of strategic Atlantic communications Sen Burton K Wheeler, (D) Mont, marle''thc request that Knox appear before the senate, committee aXtcr columnists wrote that there already had -boon, a..brush between American and Gorman; naval forces Knox < has denied. I hero have been any. ,Knox at ;a press conference yes- '•/ /(Continued on Page Three) REWJCTIONW ; Providence, R. I., July 10— Less, than "four, years ngo /\YalLer Rr O. 1 Kara '.was '. .^S.opb-a^yca'r .; head of Narr'agansetl; park .horse., racp track at .nearby Pawtucket -and a , reputed . millionaire. , / . . .. , .. .;•-.. 'Counsel -for' his widow.- Rose '.obtained' .a •• rcjJucl(lon: : :fro'm. ; $60,000.; ta ; 91,000 of. Mrs, O'Hara's bond . as . ous- Lodlan or: the latO; . turf.-, magnate's] estate after reyeall-ng ' In probato court' yesterday that. O'Hara's Rhode'; Island holdings -now 'total 1 '$198130. • ' •'•••.-• / SOCIAL and TAKING SUMMER COURSE ; Miss- Betty . Gasp .of, Meadow strcot; Is- taking a ,slx weeks 1 , co.urso 'at^.t State Teachers' .. college,. Hyannis.i Mass. • - •• ,.-••'••. ..CRUISE: Miss Edith •.Hanson of .Walnut street, 'has 'returned! from 1 a- cruise to .tlie.Wost, 1 Indies/. - - : ,V VISITORS HERE Frank J. r.Ford and, son,, Cjopi'gc Pord.'.bf. Brooklyn,JN. Y; fbrmor-lo r cal.' residents, - wcrx3 : 'recent .visitors in town. .,.,.• •..'•' " ' . ., .Conn M .',l.u]y iO-(UP)— Tho Siiovill-' Manufacturing. Co., announced a wage increase, of t-wo cents'an hour for- its 0,000 employee today ...'effective. as : of. :iunc. 7. .The company granted .tiiv increase of;six 'bctits-. an--- hour-in.' May, and the .additional boost; equals, the rate now paldi'by .the.American. Brass Co., to 'its-i.O,.Oo6vemp.l(D.yos,. •• .": - '." ;. The Lux '. Clock Manufacturing'Co., , : also .-•.•annpu'nccd:. - today -.it, -had;.' increased -.'the : wages!of .its more than 000,- workers! -by -%c ' per • cent. .This 'was. the. tlit.rd increase- since.'.last .November. / . '.-••• " . : - '•- vHarliford; 1 Conn.- July..' .10—(UP)— \Rcvjspdi''figures';in : the July/1- rcgis- .!'l,'r : rftjon' : showed' today that ; H ; ,r)81 Con'ri'eotlcut:men,; w'hp: teaohpd' their -inaj'ority'.'since: Oct.-10,;"11)40,. now- are subject' to -•.Induction into the' army. '. -The . o'rigiiial- : rcejsl.ratibn.:.total .of JSjOU : \yas. reduced : through transfer 'ot : the; cards';oJ! ; oul-pf-s!,ate.residents LoM,-hoir ; liomc'draft boards.',. . '.•[.. '•'• .'• The'. August, l-'qupl,a will lake^ J022 'men fr'qm.Gonnccli,ciil;, .acc6rd.ing to inforrnation/'from ;tho first' corps •flrca at Boslon. . ... / •". ANNOUNCE BIRTH , Mr. .and Mrs.. Lester Oppdykb- of 02 Oak street announce .the birth, of a daugh tcr, .Deborah .Ann ail, the 'SVa- tcrbury hospHal,; July 3, •• VISITS RELATIVES ; ,] o h n .''01 in 1 i ng, a res i den t of : Ihe YMCA, spent' the -past, vycck .with •clatlvcs in .Baltimore,' Md. '-•• . RETURNS FROM VACATION Frank Walker of North Chinch strocl has returned from awisit in Providence, R. I. ENTERTAINING GUESTS, ATi and Mrs Joseph Lengycl and ons, R o n a 1 d and Lauren of Lynfleld Center, Mass, are the guests of Mr. and Mis, P. J. Bren- ian of Maple sticet. RETURNS If ROM MAINE f Gail Toothachcr of Woodlawn avenue, has relumed from Gardner, Mm no, where he/spent several days. IN ICELAND VISIT IN M \SSACHUSETTS , f Misses t Jeanne ^Brennari of iv Maple street and Margaret Curtin 'Of Cherry-• street haye returned from Lynfield Center; Mass., where they visited Mr, and Mrs. Joseph'Lengyel, .former residents. ' \ on Page -t London, July '10—(UP)—Dr, John Gordon, director of the American Bed Cross-Harvard Field Hospital, announced todav that iO American nurses have been landed safely in Iceland f*om a ship which was torpedoed two weeks ago. lie,said eight olhcr nurses slill are unaccounted for/ ,TJie nurses, part of a second contingent en route to Britain from the United States, landed safely in Iceland- After' the ship on which they were sailing wa? sunk'by a German submarine, Gordon, said. v < ; Gordon< A explained that two groups, I of "American' nurses, totalling 27 In iall> had-been en route to'Britain jiBoth <>ships' on ' which the, nurses 'wore traveling were torpedoed.- - "' I 'Nine nurses landed in'Britain 11 July Mi.J/Tcn 'more now'have landed in ^Iceland. Eight, therefore, 'still are missing. ^ f '\ - k , , ••»—• K , 1 U. S. Rubber Employes To Receive 7 Cents More An Hour REDS CLAIM TO HAVE TURNED BACK GERMANS Say They Have Counter -Attacked Strong-ly on Main Fronts. TWO DIVISIONS OF NAZIS ARE , REPORTED CRUSHED Berlin Asserts; Advance on Eastern Front 'Continues Without Interruption. By JOE ALEX MORRIS '(United Press Foroifjn News-Editor) Gei-many hurled- powerful reinforcements into the second-wave of blitzkrieg offensive against Russia's main defense : line'today, but, the Red. army Ayas rcppr.tcd -turning t,hc cncmy«: back .with "severe losses or counter-attacking . strongly on the main ' fronts- defending. Moscow, Leningrad and-Kiev. ^ ; - .Bloody 'battles- • in- -wh.ioh -at. least, two,. German divisions.-'were crushed are exacting.'a .treincridpus .toll- on the '• stuchgUv >of. : ; tl)o • ihvadei-, the .Bussian ;$to t/stne'v' advance on the':eastern,;frorit.wrts;.continuing -w.lttiqut'/ interruption, , although, no details .were * made : public, • and -the •pro.-Nassi Stockholm newspapei- Af .Lonbladct said^ street •flghfilng; ; was in progress in Tallinn, the capital'of .Estonia. . • ' On..o.tber frontsr'th'e royal .ah force-kept'up its relentless-ofl'enslve against^Gorman targets', in the Rcicji and in occupied territory, bombing war industries at-Aachen;. Osnabr.uk and elsewhere, and the British advance continued In. Syria pending acceptance of 1 an armistice by the collapsed Vichy French 'defenders. .In air. \yar-oyer the eastern;.' front, 'tiieV Germans.' claimed to have.'shot 'down or'destroyed-110"'. Russian airplanes, and to be, pbundl.ng. fiercely at Russian communications, and, rear lines., The Russians repoVted. shool, r ing. do.wn,36 German : .j)lai)cs jn one ;ajr batile and said- the.Bed air force .destroyed about 100 enemy tanks;.' 1 i•••'. The fighting fronts as reported' 1J>' "both-.-.sides were::; Central,;.(Moscow) ,„ front—Moscow :.said tlie. Red army. had ; .-cpunter-at- itaclced. Jn.- the " Lepel, Polotsk and iBorlsoy'sectors,: inflicting severe defeats on ..the enemy , and crushing two, enemy.divisions./The Germans said nothing spcciilc. Baltic (Leningrad)' front — Red army was reported burling back heavy/'German-thrusts in the Ostrov sector; The Germans claimed .Ostrov and were-unofficially reported to be [pushing through Estonia, to Tallinn.:. .': "'-;•;.;>... ••-. ',-,'. • ' . ' •J'.-Far .''. northern "•' frbni—Finni^h' and 'German:.forces,' having captured the Coi'tlfled: clty^ of-Salld'justi'inside the present Soviet frontier, .claimed. ,ad- yanccs of u as much as. .37 miles in unspecified sectors but.failed to g)ve any signiflcant-." details.- The Russians said .nothing regarding the f r oil t, general iy : , hu t'Yeported ,throw- iiig, back specific .enemy': attacks and said an ,eriUre":FlnnJ8h xj'ompany had deserted'to the Red' army. '; 'f.. Southern.;(Kiey).;:'front—The ,Rus-r sians- reported: a massed, .German assault in. the-Noyogi?ad-Volynsk rc- gron,;just;inside the.Ukraine border on t^e-road ,to.; .Kiev, .but-' said • the Rod army'was Voiding there and in Bessarabia.•'•'-. The. Germans made no specinc claims. The German offensive, having blitzed a path through the Soviet- izcd buffer states seized by Russia, was now up against the main Russian defenses and appeared to be throwing reserve strength into'the battle after the first momentum of mechanized advances was lost. • ,'The slowing down, or stopping of "blitzkrieg offensive before it has attained its'main objectives threatens the entire position of the attacking forces, which 'must depend to a great extent on surprise thrusts and momentum. In <the first phase of blitzkrieg through the buffer states of Bukovlna, Poland and the Baltic region^ the Germans were able. to) J».eep - ? up .the^ mqmentunru/of Tad-, vance but' misse'd s ;thelr really big, or maximum, objective—the destruction of'the Red^anny?aa a fighting (Continue^ on : Page; Tvyo) v NEW HAVEN BUSINESSMAN IS DEAD AT 78 Now Haven,- Conn., .luly dO~(UP) —Funeral services will be held J?pi- day- for Irving 0. Richcy, 78, president, of the- Bcsslc-Richey system, who died yesterday after an operation, • • Richcy entered the clothing business at Taunton, Mass., in 18S8, and later operated a store at Spring-: Held, Mass., before locating in New Haven. He was a native of Northumberland, N. 11. His widow and two sons survive. FIRE ALARM BROKE UP THE •••'' Guilford; Conn., ,,)uly- The town's current problem—whether to increase-.its. one-man-police-de- partment'or; return to. the-constable system—remained unseitlcd -today, and all because of a lire alfirm. The question was. about to be debated at a town meeting last night when the lire alarm sounded.-Volunteer. Jl'remen raced from the hall in espouse.- So few townspeople were left it was decided to" table 1 the matter until a future date. WILL OF LATE PHILIP PLANT HAS BEEN FILED " New London, Conn., July 10—(UP) .—Philip, M. ..Plant, iwiio. -quit the .Broadway night life three years ago to turn g'cnUcman farmer, left only JjM50,000 of his"$15,000,000. estate to his widow, the former New York actress Ma.joric King, his will- revealed todav. • The remainder of-tho huge estate, which he inherited from his stepfather, the late Commodore-Morton P. Plant, was left to his Another, Mrs. Mne" C. Hay ward, New. York, in compliance with the terms of the elder Plant's will. • Plant'died June 18'at. a New York hospital. Me had been thrice mar- 'ried. His first 'wife, was Constance B.ennctt, :thc film .actress;'.-, .who. divorced him in Paris, He then married Edna Dunham, a sculptress, who obtairied'a; divorce from him in 1938. He was married to Miss King later the same year and, after'an African big game hunting honeymoon, they retired;to 'the Plant'estate at: Waterford ..where Plant started chicken farming;. +*+ .... ACCEPTS INVITATION .New York, July" 10— (UP)— Henry Toczylowski, Boston college quarterback, has accepted an. invitation to play with the Eastern College'All- Stars against : the JS 7 e\v York Giants of the: National Professional Foot- halt league in the, Herald Tribune's sixth annual charily football game at the Polo "grounds, Sept. 3, Coach Jim Crowley announced today. TREASURY BALANCE Washington, July 10.—(UP)—Government expenses and receipts, for ie GUI rent nscal year through July 8, compared with a year ago: This Year Expenses Last Year S 459,606,862.57 < f « 308,M6,985.C4 Receipts ^ 130>>8,64672 . 115,848,253.15 , Gross Deficit' v 328,738,215 85, Net Deficit 327,751,96185 ' - '~ " e ' C«j^h Balance ^ ' ' \ 2,767,142,174.01 1,797^00.926.15 Chemical Company and Footwear Mill Included in . New Wage Scale. MEDIATION BOARD PLAN IS ACCEPTED BY C. I. O. MEMBERS $3,750,000 Payroll Increase in Seven U. S. Rubber Co? Plants. AbonI, -i,500 employes of the Nnug- aluck U, S. Rubber footwear plant liorc Mr! about 700 employes of the NuugjHuck Chemical company, . U. S. Rubber subsidiary, 'will receive wage increases of seven cents an hour,. It, has been announced by John March iundo, organI'/.er for Local 55, United Rubber \Vorkcrs of America. The Increases will bo retroactive Lo June i-i, Mr. March iawlo said. This was determined definitely yesterday when a count of-'ballots on a proposal for such an increaso, sent to imcmbcrS'of the local union, showed'; that 95 per cent of the union'' members fnv.ored-ftcccptunco of .the . scvcn-ccnt-an-our proposnl. A mu,iorlty of ball'bts sent out .here have been returned,' Mr. "MarchJiuulo Sfli(J, - ; .'.- : : ' ; ' . ": •Seven local unions had>asked a, \i\- cpn 1,-a.n-hour, Iticrcase.;:; for : 7;; plants ^ the<U. : S.yRubber system;' and, ! agreed^ of the unions^ Th% was retroo.ctlyft to June M and [win's' conditional. 911 acceptance by a; majority s of .-mcm- bcrs of those unions of the proposal. • "''•'..' ; -. Other--unions had accepted the proposal, previously Mr. Ararchfando- said, but delay here was caused by tlie annual vacation period coming shortly after the proposal, was ma/ic. However it is .now-In'effect here and in U. S. Rubber plants in Detroit, Indianapolis, Indi, Eau Claire, WIs., Los Angeles and Cbicopcc Falls, he said. ' Mr. Marchiando added that after conferences with . offlcials of the Naugatuck Chemical- company, a similar wage boost was agreed on for that plarU. ' . . Jn bot^ local plants it will affeot occupational and day workers. A total of -24,000;.workers. In the seven plants are affected, it was said. The increases will' amount to $3,750,000 per year, the .union announced. Signing the agreement for the union \verc:.Shcrman If. Dalyrumplc, pr<?8- ident;- N. H. Eagle, district representative; Mr. Marchiando, and the following; • local union presidents; Fred Pezzini, tocal 11; Harold B. House, local'J9; Herbert H. Wilson, local /ii; ,T,oscph Keiiishea, local,/ir>; George Cummins, local 65; Ccqll Erbaugh, .local 101', and William Abel, local 110. Negotiations in New York had been deadlocked and ; then, they were moved to Washington;; v > Leaders of the local 1 - union are quite pleased with the; outcome of trie negotiji- tlbns. •:• ..' - • ... GOV. HURLEY TO ASK CONSUMERS Hartford; Conn,, July 10. — Gov; Hurley saldr; today he would Issue ah appeal giiprtly,,'. asking that consumers . make*..'their coal purchases during the summer months because of Impending:,;higher prices and- In order to', provide greater' r.iil facilities .during the fall and winter for defense requirement*. The' Governor said he received a letter from Luther Harr, of the. office of bituminous coal conservation, at-.Washington, asking full cooperation from Connecticut;. C.LO. PARLEY HERE SUNDAY A meQling r of Lo,cat -45, Unllcfl Rubber Worltera ot America, will be' icld at 2 p. m. Sunday and a par--; Jar report T. on negotiation*! wlth-^of-' ftclajs of the U/S.. Rubber Company* over the "proposed contract of the union will be made then, AH union < member* are asked to attend a*; there will be additional Important' businega. . _, • 5 A < t, A. *. ' i

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