Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 3, 1941 · Page 2
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Monday, November 3, 1941
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Page Eight f DAILY NEWS. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 3, Ig41 PRES. ROOSEVELT WONT DISCUSS GERMANY'S CLAIM \ViiHhlnglon, Nov. H. — (UP) — PrdHldunt Uoosnvoll. today refused l.o bo drtiwri Into comment on any Hiipool of Ilia lnlonwlldiiul silua tlon. lid was asked for his read Ion to the wwjk-oml'H oflUdal slalemonl fpprn Gormany, chamliiK^ I hat the Unl.tod States has declared a shoot- ing'war on the llelch. SUhislepplng Mio.cjuoHtion, tho President repllet' rnni'oly that he knows only whal ho has road in tho newspapers on 1 tliUr-Hlutomemt, ' Mr, lloowivoll said ho has not yel duoldod whon I in will send Congress « ; >'inessaffo asking for funds a/id , lUillioi'l/ulloM virtually lo double Arnorloti'H lank prorlur-Mon. Although ho has unnouiu-od l>l* lulim- . tlon to make such a i-etiuest, he Ima.nol yot proKt't-syed to the polnl of'nUlMK llio message, ho said. The dolay, however, Is not ma. lorlal In this caso, said tin- Presl- donl., pointing out thai, conlracts .Hllll tiro lo 1)« lot for lank profluo- tlon from present appropriations wlildh liavp not yet boon oxhaiisted. _...— .* • + WATER SHORTAGES ARE TEMPORARILY RELIEVED TODAY HoHlon, Nov. »—(UP)—NVw KnK- ..1ftrut wator sliorlatfns wore tnmpo- NU'Ily roliovtid today nnil I'oi-cHt lire. luiwirdH woro at an niul us rositll, of a .wook-ond ratnl'all of hotwiMui ono and two InnhoH, Monlly cloudy wcalhcr with sc-al- toi'od Hhownra was uxpouhul In NIC voK.lon today with fair svcatluu' lo- .morrow. Hoavlt'Ht ralU'all \vas rcportod, at Cononi'd, N. U., where 1.PI liu-hc-s foil In ^» hours, llartrord, Cionn., ni- portoil 1.8A InohuH; Portland, Mi)., l,7r) ; ; r*rovUU'noo, H, I,, 1.72; Ni'-w lla- von; Conn., 1.S7; und Murllngton, VI., 1.02, ROOSEVELT IS STRENGTHENING TWO ARE HELD IN CONNECTION THE U.S, NAVY WITH ABDUCTION • if-nl Unnsi'voll.'s transrer of thn Coast C'.uurd from thn Treasury he- pat'tmont lo 1.1ns Navy was viewed l.oday as a move In en-ate an in- lugnilod coastal prolec.tlon force and lo strengthen the Navy in Ihe undrTlni'od north Allanlic war. Mr, Honscvelt d I roc. tod the transfer last night In an exooutivo order Issu'-d at his Hyde Park, N. V., homo. Hi- had ordered sea-going Ooast (iuard units Irtinsl'orrcd to the Navy -icvrral months ago; Iho new order thlflfd tin 1 entire, service. HeprnsiMitallve Mr-lvin Maas, R., Minn., ranking mlnoril.y n if labors of HIM lloiisf! Naval Affairs OommiUcfc and a c.olonol- in tin; Marine, tlorps Hiisoi'vc, sulrl the. movn 'Integrates Ihe Inshore, harbor patrol I'acilities In UK; Navy's anti-submarine program HO that it will he able ef- I'ee.lively Lri deal with submarines l.hat may slip Into harbors or close lo shore." (.loast r.uard oilloials said tin 1 order meant that h(Mici:fnrth all its operations would ho under control of UK; Navy, Including harbor patrol and control authority anil the Coast Guard's recently organized auxiliary und shoo Ml'n.savluK sltillons. Mr, UnoKo.voll's orde.r directed "that Iho Omst Guard shall- from this date, untH further orders, operate, as a part of the Navy, sub.jeet l.o Ihe orders of the Secretary of the Navy." A Coast Guard spokesman said the service's personnel Includes about iJO.OOO enlisted men and 1,700 commissioned ofllcersr'as well as yUO nlilps. The ship figure, however, did no I Include sinnll boats—picket hnals and other craft used only Inshore. Tim number of such small craft runs well Into the hundreds, Inasmuch as a 1-argo number of priv- al.uiy-owned craft, of that typo, registered as Coast Guard Re.oerves, have boon brought Into active duly recently. KxpCMidlturos for . Industrial construction this year is estimated by Mie Department of Commerce at a hllllon and a half d'ollurs, an all. time .high. l-'i'tchburg, Mass., 'Nov. 3— (UP) — i A Connecticut woman and a medical school graduate today were ordered held in reduced'bail totaling §25,000 for the January session of the Grand Jury at a District 'court hearing in connection with Hie abduction of S-weeks-old Kenneth A. McLean, Jr., .10 days ago. lluth Wolsiowick, 38, of Putnam, Conn., alias Warren, alias LTIeureux, was held in $l!),000 on a kidnaping charge and $1,000 on a morals charge-. lUc'himl Wolsiowjclv, 3<i, of l^itch- burg, was hnld in $-'i,000 bail on the kidnaping charge, and $1,000 on a morals charge. They previously -had pleading innocent to the charges, been held in $20,000 bail each after Ally. Paul G. Geran, counsel for the man, petitioned for lower bail so his client could resume work as a Fort l.k'vens carpenter. The woman's attorney, John S. Durham, of tJ.xliridge, said he did not wish to lower bail because lie wanted the woman to enter an institution for observation. The couple were s'ei'/ed by police Gctober 2rith a?tor the child was found unbanned in their cottage in nearby Umenhurg. The baby had been stolen 20 hours earlier from his carriage • in front of a Main street store while his mother was shopping. . » *•» • CIIAHLKY iMUNSON Plymouth, Conn., .Nov. ,'J—Charles Mi.inson, 02, died Saturday afternoon of a heart attack. He was well- known throughout the state as an old-timer Republican.. . Mo was chit'f inspector for a large war defense plant in Bristol. +-•-» M5\V 1MIKSIDISNT Darlington, Vt., Nov. 8— (UP)— John Schoff. Mill|K, .'H-year-ohi dean of adiiiinistrat-'on at Lawrence college, Appleton,.Wi8. > will assume his new duties as president of the'Uni- versity of Vermont whorl Iy. Mi 11 is was tlio unanimous • choice of the trustees Saturday to succeed the late Guy AV. Bailey. Resemblance a Coincidence BE SURE your children have plenty of good light ior easier seeing when they do the^r homework . . « they heed at least 100 watts in a certified LE.S, lamp. IT'S important to guard young eyes during the vital years . . . and just as important to have good- light all over the house foi reading, working and other seeing'tasks. out oi every iive children in grade school sufiers from impaired vision. Scientific authorities say poor lighting causes unnecessary eyestrain. Guard Against Bulbsnatching Got a supply of bulbs from your dealer today. The 100-watt size costs only 15j£ and you can burn it every evening for a month for about ^ IWrt>; ,.„„„,,• Eyesight Is Priceless—Light Is Cheap BUY A HANDY lAMP KIT^NOW 7 Assorted Inside-Frosted Genuine Mazda Lamps , i ^.46 watt . . > 3 -60 watt 1 ~ 75 wait and 2 - 1QO watt • ' • ! De/ivered V Suo Your Mn/da Lamp Donlor Or 0«r ; Rcprcscntaiive THE CoNNEGTicu|r^JiGHT&POWERS . The Duchess of Windsor, snapped shortly before she left New York City to return to Nassau, appeared to get quite a thrill out of this doll in a department atn ™ Th<i saleswoman at the left bears a COMMITTEE OF DISABLED VETS. RAPS LINDBERGH Now Britain, Conn., Ndv. 3—(UP)— A roKQlLitlon of tho executive tiom- rnlllcn oi 1 the Disabled Ainorlonn- Votcrans 'oL' the- World War today, condemned Charles A. Lindbergh for "un-American statements tending to. castigate patriotic, minorities of our great American democracy." The resol'uUon declared thai, "his conduct and attHudo In criticixing and embarrassing the President of' Uicsc United fcl-ates in these trying. U i iH-s has a tendency to lead out,- siciersi as \voll as some of our owm citizens to believe Lhat the United SI.ntc.H- is disorganized- and disunited." The coinhii'ttee'. gave .- uiuiualifled ondoi-sement-to tha Administration's foreign .poHcy.. ' /• , . ' , ; 4 • » . Reds Reported Attacking Nazis (Continued from, .Page One) U. S. RELATIONS WITH GERMANY BADLY STRAINED l.lio .Russians ,had lyeen forced book by the po\ycrful' German drive into IJio .Peninsula ;but ',thaL pockets ol' Bed • a'rm'y' tro ops con LI nued to llgh t in the north and .thuti,Marshal Semyon : T.l.nioshcnUo Was massing, other units i'or ; def6nsc oU Kercli. 'Loss . o f "'Kerch would • open, the wivy. for: a-"German -thrust .across the'four-mile strait 6.i: Kerch to the mainland-' north ,61.' Novorossisk, an important''port; threaten the en r uirclemc'iil, Troin the south of Uostov and put- the' Nazis' on ' the road to the Caucasus oil fields. Still more'important, .London observers 'believed, •w'-puld 'be the loss of the niain dcfensp•llnc;'on the road l,o Astrakhan, on tlic Caspian sea. If the Germans can break through Ihe Done:Is and Don Biver areas at Rostov they would, be In a position ot strike at Astraklum . and thus severe the main line for'British and American war supplies through Iran, . ' On life Rostov front, and northward along the Donets river, the Russians report they still were holding off the Na»ls with the aid of muddy roads. Berlin made no, new' claims after Saturday's ...repoi-t that there had been a break-through at an unspecified point on the upper Donets, but the high, command said Lhat the city of Kursk, mid-wa ; J' bo- , Lwcen Kharkov and Orel on Lhe hinge of the center-southern front* hud been taken. On .the Moscow front, the battle lines . were lIUlc changed, with Lhe .Russians still holding on a wavering line running from the Tula sector Lo near Kaluga Lo Serpukhov, .Maloyaroslavets, Mozhaisk, and Kalmin. KxacL positlons.-were.uncertain as both Berlin' and Moscow spoke o lighting in "these, sectors in general Lorins, but it was'indicated by both Moscow and London-,that a big- scale German drive.,..wns being vc- ncwcfi to encircle the and- the onslaught, apparently, \vub already in'progress. ,. On the air and sea front, the I3UL- ishwoi-c.again-Laldng ihe-ollcnslyo .in attacks ranging CronT -Norway North Africa, while the, ger claimed Lo have, bombed six A UrlLlsh- merchant 'Ships; suikinfa a least one, anclto have., battered gi cat Yarmouth, during ..the night. . . The Pi'nns .also reported successes, against 'Lhb Soviet^;nav ?Vv clai.ming that three of seven. Russian desUoy- ors that.brok.e- i ouL,,,o.f-thc.C,ult pi Finland had been sunk -m. heavy; nghting in Baltic •waters. •• -:..--. 1 The Royal 1 Air Foroc^reportcd tha ; over the week-end; ; iIt.,had rained; bonibs -on German : sliiPPin&nV^, North son, sinking.23, ships in Jhc, last 72: hours;-bombed, Kiel as.> as targets' In,. France • and ,t smashed/at . MIC: Italian • ci Naples .and Palermo and raided positions - on',Lho- : Norlli- Africa o There,was,.'hawpver;. still; no sign,, of a British ;i clrive';into Libya .01.. othcr'iBritish initiative in the.miu- die east, where.lhcrc .had been, pub.-.- litj.demands Tor ,clitpatch ; of troops Lo the Caucasus., to aid.the Rcc army; In London, it Avas : disclosed Lhat the- RAF had .turned./clown;; appeal by aii-.'-Amerlcan,. eagle • squacir ron to be sent ,to Russia' 'to tlghU; although Swedish, reports said that; large Bri tish - KcrlaT 'Tbrces; were or,-. rivlng. : ;aV Archansnl:; to nkl the Soviets.-.-" •.;. ;. '.,:.; .„ - .. .•'.'•'; .Jr : ; Washington, Nov. 3— (UP)—Diplomats today foresaw no immediate break in diplomatic relations between the United States and Germany but though I, the present strained situation so unusual as to be without exact precedent, f Two questions most frequently are: . "When will Germany and the United States sever diplomatic relations;?" • "When, if ever, will they, declare war?." ' • . There is no official answer to cither. -•;'-. - The .last-light on the subject ean.ic from President RooseveH last.-week when -he, said he did not-see any change impending iii relations - between Germany and the . United States,as a result o,f the sinking, oi Lhe destroyer' Reuben James. 'But diplomats offer "privately a wide range of answers. Some main- Lain that a. "state, of war" already exists, based on the fact that the navies of both .powers 'apparently are carrying out a'policy of."shoot on sight." •"..•• • Other's, when asked whether ana when tliey" think War .will be declared answer: "Do you mean 'officially Y" •••••• -'',' , The- consensus here is that nei- Uier Lhe lleuben James sinking '/Ji 1 Lhe attack, on. Lira "destroyer Kearuy would force a diplomatic-' rupture. Some 77 men still are .missing from Lhe Reuben'James and II 'died on l,he, Kcarny. . r j'lie same reaction followed the German statement, issued from Adolf Hitler's headquarters Saturday night, charging the United States with .firing the first'.shot at German submarines in Lhe Atlantic. H brought this rejoinder from Chairman Tom Connally, D., Te... oi the Senate Foreign , Relations committee: •."Hitler falsifies. His submarjncs arc hi' our own defensive \yaLers, avowedly for the purposes of murder, and -rapine. They are. there,to kil.l our sailors and sink our ships. It. is a curious claim of an 1 assassin 'and V: JiVinurdcrer thai, someone fired in, self-defense In order to prevent his-committing murder and assassination While lying in wait in the 'some observers believed that,'despite past and probably future i.n- cidonLs in the ALIanLic, the United States would not declare war against Germany first—unless some unprecedented attack is made upon Lbc United States. ARE FACING VERY BUSY SEASON AUTO ACCIDENTS CLAIM FIVE LIVES IN CONNECTICUT , liy.. United" Press Automobile accidents .claimed the lives of .five : persons in Connecticut over the ''-week-end. In addition, ' a ..sixth person;-died from injuries suffered ear 1 i er" i n. Lli c week. : William .1-iarx., 72, New Milford was injured ^fatally when struck b: a car while crossing a street at Nc\\ Mi I ford.' ' '" • . . , • ' " 1 Pt-iv- 'Joseph -Kokosy.ka, 22; Middle n e Id, c o n n e c ted w i th the V or 1 Terry 'Coast' Artillery, was injurec I'lataliy.'Aylion! the car in 'which he ....-.<• . ,--.,;..._ gj^uQk a steam : shove Boston, Nov. 3, - (UP) .- Retail. ores race their, most prosperous ho° Say season In lilsl.ory Unflcd Business Service reported today. increasmg Tears of shortages resulting from mounting restriction* o consume!' goods industries und nower will bo the principal motors behind this sales record, the Sei-v- 1C In b otticr divisions of business and industry strong, seasonal uptrends in activity arc seen. Food and tobacco prices arc still rising, and although consumer n> s stance is increasing, the eflect is InrgclY offset, by the ability oi. many lo buy because of higher incomes. Textiles are looking up for the V onr with more.government business expected soon, and rising farm income and dwindling farm labor forecasts heavy machinery sales nC l X lou S schokl' furnishings, furniture and floor coverings are nil In strong demand despite high prices. •\ulo production is still rising, though under last year, while capacity operati'ons are expected in paper, chemicals, ship-building, and si col, building aetmty probably will slow down ))ecause of priority, restrictions, ,the Service said. _ .» • «• RUSSIA WILLING TO TALK PEACE ' WITH FINLAND •f* Six-year-old Gay Ei Tracy,: We th - /orsTieldr.Xvas, killed, when struck In an .'automobile ; wlilie leaving Sun- 'Vy^sp'liool at Wclhersfleld. 'TKrivteen-yeaivokr Harold Moore ew<--London,, son of .Lieut.' Com- Moorc of:, the'' U. S killed when struck while pedaling hh London'. ..";;."." if< _;•;Crocker, •Sr., ! 7.l li -S.oul.h- ^iiifffemy^.v.;as :: : i n j ured fatal ly--' \yhen ..-.., ••..•<'.:..••-'.,.•• truck.while ct'osising n Washington, Nov. 3.-(UP)--Scfi- rolarv of. State CordcM Mull todny revealed that the Soviet Union has offered to nca.oLiate peace with Mn- ""Tb'e nufislan offeivto Finland was transmitted by. Lbc United States. Hull accompanied this disclosure with a strong statement urging Finland to cease her military opera- Lions against Russia if she des.res Lo retain the friendship oL Lhe UniLed States. Hull's statement, made to a press, conference, said that the discussions had been, going on for some ,imc and that he had told Finn's" Minister lljalmnr ,1. Procopc of the Russian offer on Aug: .18. M, that time, Mull said, he told the Finnish minister that the Um,ed States had learned the Soviet, Union was -prepared Lo discuss a ^innlsh-Sovi.el, peace on Lbc basis oi crriLorlal compensaLion Lo Finland. No spokesman of Lhe Finnish gov- H-nment, either here or in Helsinki, Lull added,, has subsequently indicted a desire to investigate J-he )0ssibility of seLLIing the Bussian- innish hostilities by peaceful ne- otiation. PROCLAMATION ISSUED TODAY BY GOV. HURLEY '';^LpLdsM^."Gorros:rantx,'Jr;, -19, Nor- •;\yalk;Ulied/of. injuries suffered last r^p'ritlay -\y h en. his au to nib b i 1 c orash- .ed^into a. psirked' truck.. ;.;•' - : A GLASSIinED :AD IN THE NE\VS . Hartford, Conn., Nov. 3.~-(UP)- Oov Hurley issued a declaration today urging I'll* 1 ' civilian defense week be observed, beginning Nov. In' view of the current national emergency, said the governor, thai period should be regarded as a time for all persons to "give thought to their duties and Tcsponsibililics in the defense of this country." ' Civilian defense week starts wii,n Armistice day, and on succeeding clays until the* IGl.h, observances will be made of war against waste day, sign up for defense day. hen mi and welfare day, civilian protcelion day and freedomday. ^ La Guardia, O'Dwyer End Their Campaigns Now York', Nov. 3-(i:P)-Mayor V H L Guardia and District, Attorney William O'Dwycr of Brooklyn conclude their campaigns today in what is expected l.o be the closest, Now York mayoralty election i" VClll'S ' LaGuardia, seeking a third term, is runni'ng on "l,hc Bepublican, American Labor, City l^H«on and United City parties tickets and lias- the backing of .President and Wendell L. Willkie, the 'piibl-icn.n presidential candidate. O'Dwyer, the Democratic can.h- datc,, is supported by Manhallar. j, Tammany Hall ami its associated Democratic 'organizations in Brooklyn and .the" Bronx. ...DROPPED FROM MEMBERSHIP Lawrence, Kansas, Nov. 3-jfUP)— The Association of American Univci- silies announced today IMl, bccausc of "unjustified .. x polilical mLei ei- •cnoe," it had dropped from membership of Georgiti and Georgia Scl oo of Technology and removec I eni from its list of, accredited instllu. •lions. BANKER OIKS Holy ok'b, Mass,, Nov. 3 T"^ 1 '}"" James H.'Wakclin^Go presKlent a -the Ilol yoke National BanK anc of Ihe city's largest de stores; died unexpectedly of hearl disease ; a;t.^Miomo today. Balls Cost ?130>000 •' The 16 baseball teams in American and National leagues use in an Average season, approximate y 1^5 000 balls, which cost about• $l30,oao.. / WTAILISHID 1tt9 Meet your social obligations with "Sampeck" social clothes that grace you and the occasion, $24.75 —In "P*«P Shop"—second floor. Midnight blue, double - breasted Tux suit at $24.75—as long as our present stock lasts—the price will probably be $30.00 later—but we won't cross that bridge until we come to it. Tails, too—more formal—$33.75. Accessories—hats to shoes. SILENT GLOW Oil Burners Range and Fuel Oil D. Thurston's Sons Ice Co. RUBBER AVENUE Election To Be Held In Four Conn, Cities (Continued from Tel. 2269 Wine From Grapes About 84 per cent, ot the world production of grapes goes into wme production. In. this country only about 38 per cent of .the grape har, vest is used for this purpose. in' HUJuciiii oi'i.i"^ •...- — nelh Bradley concluded the Kepub- ]ic;in municipal campaign here. Sunday \vii.h this statement: '•The Democratic parly, and vice and corruption go hand in hand not only in Watcrbury but all Uirough the' stale." TRY A CLASSIFIED AD IN Til 1.0 NEWS Joll Velvet Cream Holls Pumpkin Pies Hnspborry Turis Honey-Dipped l)ouuhmit.s .icily Domjhnuls Danish Pastry Kuhn's City Bakery MAPLE ST. TEL. _ FOR SALE — Brick Building and lot on Woodbine Street, Suitable for Small Manufacturing Business Room 9. Neary Bldg. Phone 2080 Great Oak Farm OXFORD ROAD MILK — CREAM EGGS — BUTTERMILK CHOCOLATE MILK POULTRY Daily Delivery to.All Parts of Naugatuck Telephone 5049 The savings instinct manifested by our grandparents may be responsible for some of the' comforts and advantages we have today. With many of them the home was acquired by thrift and economy, the children educated and given a start in life. Naugatuck Savings Bank IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ... . \ 1942 FORDS -- NEW THE BEST YET 1941 MERCURY—NEW Late Model Used Cars 1941 Ford De Luxe Sedan 1940 Lincoln Sedan 1939 Mercury S^dan 1939 Ford Convertible Sedan It Will Pay You To Buy Now — THE-- ST^ChurchSt OPEN EVEOTNOS Phaw 2219 FORD — MERCURY ^-LINCOLN \

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