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: ' .'•;, • •• • • T&^H!;^; ;: ' t± •••••'iifi^/i: _^- ±& i^ito^Hxv^asi** 1 .'i -&: \.^r A ir TT TUESDAY,JANUARY lillimtrikfevHard iMiMvMtelt lOCAt WAR FUND MlM.4 llll'da Mr. und'Wi'H, -No.Ulo K MMr, and Mi'H. H. Skog .lohn' A'. A(l«»ison . . - . , Nolllo Klorrmn ....... , MA« WobHlor ..... .... ' McCarthy ...... HoynoldM ...... . Jon, HoynoldM, Hr, .... Irnnw Milloi 1 .i.MiirJorlo 8(|ulruH .......... i'Mr, and Mrs. \Vrn, PloHkl.. VMr. anil Mrs, John- Mlkulohus i''l4i(IUm 1 Aid of tho flqlom ,, NEAR $17,000 .Tho nrmounooinont today hy Nnr- ' rua-n. Wood, (Irlvo chnlrman, • Lhat 5 VM'has boon HlibHorllinil locally In iHho jiast'24 Hours to tho National ••• ; Krn'oVgonoy Wur Fund brlngH tho total or 'obhtrllHili'oiw to dato to •• ^Jfi/Wi.SKi, or. HltKhtly In OXOOSH ol $5,000 lo attain Iho borough'* nuotn /•of $22,000, •, • , ... !'• 'Mows rtubHcrlboi'H Provl6u«ly ' V ' -L',00 a. oo •l.W) 1.00 .1.00 1.00 :t.OO a. oo a, oo 2.00 10.00 1.00 .1.00 y.oo n,(x> r>;00 0,00 •1,00 iJ.DO 1,00 2.00 2,00 1.00 1.00 2,00 l-.OO •1.00 JJ.OO 2.00 1.00 2.00 r»,oo 2,00 2.00 2,00 2,00 25.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 l.W) r.oo 2.00 2.00 '••• Lutheran .,01,,,., . •/Mr. und MrH.'t.owtoj 1 Korflt,. • 'J ; Mi\ und Mt-H/AVUfrod liua«cfli ; Mr ami MPH, ;!ofl, Knnuula,, '-MIHH Twltoholl •• • VMi', und Mrs. W, .f. Imlor ,. >s Lillian Smith .- 'Murgui'dt Nolan ,,.«• /Julia Ai puBoy ',,,.•««<•'•' 'Ann Clufiny ,,,,,,,, • • • 4 Mr, awl Mrs, Pulor th'onnan * 'Kodolo Pttppano ,, • •, MudoMiui, imkiir, ..,-,,..... ;-Mr,' awl Mrs. Olydo Sohloh,. Afny H, PatoliMU ,,,,••'.«•« .fllarn II, Putoliott.«,....... , ft, W, Woodbury'". • Aloxundor S. Plotr/,uk ,,.,,.. VMi'H. (V U. War nor VMommlft HukowHkn ..' •/Mr. and MI-H, Huy Mnlbourno /.Mr. und Mrs, Walter U, Davis •'>(-,% W, ft. Hbolt ,»,.'..... ?-Mr, ami Mi'H, J'/runk N, Taylor '/j'hoodprn Kunbus ,,,,,.•• •-(,; v, Mats on '& Son' •?Mr, und-Mi'H, John GUI Ml', and Mtu Howard CHURCH CIRCLE GROUPS NAME \ COMMITTEES Tho rotfulur monthly mooting- of iho I'Jvniitfnllwi Girdles of tho'Saloni Milhown olmrch was hold Monday ovonlfiK hi tlio ohurnli halt, starting with a mippor ft I- 0 o'olook, There prosunt. IMo Hiippoi 1 , Iho- Mahor ,,, v ,,,.^ ofc.M. Mahor-. . ; MlsH CiaOioi-ino utiffy ...... Kolori HfilluHky ..... * 2,00 2,00 lyOi.nfM ,i t : «« ,.« • ' Martha' ifvuUnor / «• . • "Haymoml 'Sallnardl •,,..«..- •MrH. WIIIIHT'!, Paypo .#••• .... f'\y. $((', AUil Mr^«Iohn>A, 0'l|>princU £00 •iJohfi Hl'gotU • »•v' •••••••«•'• '' . un *>'•*' v'. Total to data >,,(_ . , .—~-«-~* . After woollng W » H M0lfl ' w11 ' 1 ' Lll ° new offlcorH wumilnff Iholr 'duties for tho (li'Ht llrho. A Hnlulo l.o,,tho flag opnnod llm session and Mrs. HlldliiK Olnon, proHldont, Ihoh -conducted 'Llio mooting. Miss Haxol f \Vllsoii, anornlury, road tliu mimites. of . l,lj<J last mooting and Mrs, Clnrl Sali.npu- «6n, -tronsurur, road Iho annual report. noimlloMH wore given 'lo. tho local IlnVl ('IroHs and to tho Service MOH'H Division. AH tlio noxt mooting will be tho Lhlrty-nrnt anniversary of tlio HO- dlnly, a birthday party will bo a foaluro of tlio evening. Tho ciom- mltloo In charge or tho arrange- mnnlM consists of: MI-B. Hlkllng filHoii, ohnlnnan, ftsslfltod _ : l),v Mi'H. I. V, OlHon, MfH. .RohorL .AndorMDM an|l MM', rjfirl Su'lmoiiHon."' 1 «' ., ;':, flrotip . OMO, honderl by. MIHH Melon Woorlln will solool tho ontorlain- jrHint program for tho party and tho gwioral oornrnlltoo on that cvo- will bo UH follows; Pau.Upo .-MrH; 1 Adqlph 'Npls.pn,. ISHlH. ( r.ohn9oii,'' ! 'f>ollri Amlbrwon, ICI Ion Aiui'braoh, Mi'H. Stqplibii lais- kay, MI-H. David Lbrontaon and MrH. "(')Hoar AiuliM'Hon, Sovoral rnomborH of tho groiipH woro oloolod lo arrango thn nollv- lllo.s of Iho Hooloty for tho yoar. fh'oKp onn will luivo Rllon Wood- Ill, Ml Id rod Carlflon, i\frs. Andrew Mi'H. Iflidlng Olson, Rthel , Kstfior Lundlti, Mrs, Norman Sonrn, Vlvlon Andorsoh, Mi's, Adol|)h NolHon, .Mr«. Ooorgo palittor and Mrs. O.soar Anrioi'son. flrotip V oomprlHOH tlio following: Mr*. W, fl. Frohdborg, Paulino Pearson, Mrs. Clnrl Salmonson, Mrs. Wnllaco .lolinfton, Mrs, fOdward.Mc- flovorn, Mra. Hayrnond Carlson, Mrs. MllnH Borry, MI-H, \ ( . V. Olson,. Hfty.cl Wilson, Mrs. ,1. L'oulH Johnson, Mrs, • Money Aokoi-nuin and Ruth ft S. EMPLOYMENT OFFICES TO OPEN THURSDAYMCHT . In 'group' thr60 arc; Mrs. Arnold laindln, Mrs.. Arthur Poar- Hon, AgnoH Aiidurson, 'Mrs. .Oustay ,lolinnon, Mrs.' .'Edward. • 'OorbOr, Dolla Airdors.on, Kllori. - Awlopaon,, Mrs, Raymond Clui'lnon, M,r«, Cleorgc Murknrluh, IMrs 1 , Kllun Sani'ord and Mrs, A'xol Carlson, • i: Mrs!°i(brhfjrt Holiiln/ iJldllh ' Adamson, Mrs,'Ooorgo Kolutt, ina.'lviiul- Htroin, Mi'H. Havld Loi-onlson, Kdlth llnnsfUi, Mrs. WII.IlH Potnrson 1 , Mfs' noboct Aiiflorson, Mrs. Milton Smith, Mrs, H'l'lc Anderson, and Mrs: Slophon Luskuy, ', . . lOuoh innmbor ' of. thn organlwi- Lion IH permitted lo Invite n/guon'l to the anniversary party. IIAHHOIII /Hartford, Conn.; Jan, 13.—A11 U. ,S. Rmnloymcnt-Oil-Uses in the state-will bo open Thursday evening until 8.00 o'clock, for. the registration of-.workers who arc . not; now engaged 1 ..in war Industries. Workers, with skills, •now engaged In non-war work are especially' urged • to -register. lOmployment oHlcials point out that Uiero is,bouturto-he ah-inoroas'-t lii{t number of women, employed •••HI War industrlca-'because of'the-;-ln.- miotloh of men Into.-Hie arnind scry- leu and women especiall-y arc urged .to register now. :.'iob-re'qiilsltions. for Women workers are already begin- •nlng' to coino Into the, Employment I 0nieos, particularly for women who nro high .school- graduates and who bavo had .some training In. physics or eliemlstry, ' • .'^ : J.oonnrtl J. Malonoy, director of tho U, S,- EhiploymuiU Service ...-in ConoocLI'CUt, has.sl'ato'd that In his Opinion the use of.women will,-.-In the next i'psv 'months, bo ,nn irnpora- .llvu-. : |)co'essity -bqcaiisc -of- tho shoj.'t- •ago.'rit' men. -Ho-has-urged that-pa •nfhfty"women, as .[possible take De- I'oriso Training' courses In preparation for plnqomorit In a war industry, - • . •"•• •'-'•'••'•>'.• , ', PUNCTURED BY TAR€ET Stralt'ord, Conn., Jan. 13— (UP).—. Tho town council today took undor aclv'.Homept a request for an appropriation of $'400 : for 'repair of steam plp'bs in tho-bcliqi' of town hal-1. ;, The pipes are near l.hn Pist'pl. iWjgo, Town Manager William -H: Shan reported. .VThoy. have, been riddled • by bullets,' 1 ' ho said, "although how anyone i \vlln vision sijf-; Jlblnnt to BOO the target could shoot; wl-ld onough '.to hiUtho.Ktcarh pipes 'Is boyond ,.my understanding." i.f 1 If dovoloped that, guards used by, two local Industrial plants, had bee'n; UHlng.thc-rapgo-and had punctured Ihc-fjtbam 'pipes, "The town hall^vill 1 b'o -pelrnlnu'sod by 'the 'Industries . t fpp- ,Uiq damage, . It was boUeved. ..'«.. ifl . PIHE > Norwich, Conn., 1 , \ltt\\. • 13— (UP)— -'Damage '.was -estimated today at Hourly $100,000 In a fire /which swept \\ slii'wle story .fi'ame huslucs.s huil'd,-. ing 'In thovoonl'er, of-the qflly laat 'nlgfit,'.. 'Th'o- fire started. In-a mca.1, 1 '.market;.'and -sprcud to a laundry, restaurant, fish market, tiro' shop- Stul cumly fil;0no, -• . • ( • s , , -,• TRY 'A •CIjASglflBD. AD • / .'IN -Til 13 NEWS , fct News , ' V I resolve to read my riewsp'aper with my mental eyes : : ;"• /-'.' i resolve to read, not merely the headlir^es/'bubth^;-,, ., /full story behind them.; Only in this'way^ can IJ^sure^ / '/ .-to;'obtain ;• complete,; objective^.information .aboutj.fe'/; ( ; : changing world 1 live in and am a;part oft ;;.H;:::. ; . / : '; f : ; i::^.'re&olve : to read the Editorials, iwhich iliter^ret;-the-.-•.- • • '••-. ;'. In this way I; C'aix; create.,an :attitude-.Ubput'lif e/in; :TO^ / ;', • own^^ country/and abroad, ..which^^^m £•<!/'''"..'• /""/':i'''!resdiy,e t,0,-r.ead the' advertiseriierits,•:iyhixih;:^;a-s- •'•>: /,'"" fc«-«t;x,'.^y as the headlines —-anhouhce worth-while-newi; y '/: /developments ,in the iworld ,of. industry, ,H;;tran^pqrta-; ; ; ' : tiort and of commerce. . . . In this way .I^can ad4 to ;'iny fund of useful.knowledge; learn to .discriminate, between the good and the seming good; and, by purchasing only .what is advertised, I- can;p^oyide .for my Self; iatid" my 'iarn'Ok thriftily saf iely i ; andi pleasantly. , . tr, i i .' '.. ~t . • • • . i, - , •••,.'.•'• :•-'(.'..• "•*,'* 'f \' 1 1 . • I * '. • • - , i ' - Mrs. - Pan tine' ". Makarcliuk^ ,/{)7, r t dipcl 'late 'yb'stcVciay/--'pi:; In'Jurlc^ ; 'suffpred • < • • ft.. i (•' ^ i • M-v'« »•»*' l-» n Y*i"\'r\''* G11 »•* f^ n ~\.t' '" . . . .., ,...... 36 ijiti nueci ;,i'r o rnv page'pn e| said-that a systematic .bomb- enemy vva's. starting., An said' that• -.V-»:-.^'K >^•.•:}•••.;•••.- •,,-;•'' i. .-oflJpiai;.; stfuemeni .saiu umu -uii! ^fnn> ' ; ^£'W%^UP^IrH '.'sbOrpiVQij.y. earth'; program 'had des- lfi >t' on ;v^K;-;,r^7 - - r K /: iim« "ipoyetV"all oil, resources, on ..Tarakan opjBd;<pateni8>.an.avsoien^^ tn thn •' •.-, -I '• - -.1 si TV/I ri ri s ifi,. ' - of United sumptiOTi • v; Govern n moved oilier : , r stratog|p''Avai>A'!pateriala—tin _er, ;'leadMrid;?;^Jnd;.;: Promijun prices;' svcro'; ojt'^;ed, v to •; inQhoase; : i)i;^ cluotidn.'' V. '> -'•!'.,:'i: : .,- v ." 1 .;' ; : •. .'.f ,.... .The', public • ^vas.warrie'd . . , ., expansion -of: l.he.'.sy.rit^ctic rubber/ Industry dobs riot 1 irietui/th.ore/Js.anyj nmUnl'J.Y iiyun.iiwu 4nv«" • <••••'• tr. •'" . ." i prospect.>of lifUng^Uio^ratiprihig/of, J1 4 iJVJllV* 1 *3l*l \-l . \J<»-J^»-**»*-»^'^» T ""..•;,; ' production,« Rlus!--exljj'tlng;. stocks,:,pft raw and reclaimed^..rubbcr.P^hbuld. take carq.of, War/ and;cly.iliari- needs •s-1 A' • r on a .-..,. , ... " Mo explained;.that.-civilian mahd -for tires ,pro.b,ably . ( crease bqeause, of; thb^'h^n on'pro- duction' of 1 now jautomobiles.; , \The 'aocori'structipn/Finance Cor pbration'vwilJ ifurnlsb,^ /the/.-major; part 1 - ot te^WiCfW,^'to be ;usedj for' noW- •plant.co.nstnuction . jn thej the government's "program for hi-, Jersey and Stan'darcl Oil' rubber;-Jones, said./'•'•,•; ;.' . / / : : "Most of the nya.jpr/rubber • and oils .oompanies/'a'h'dailyr working/.in this field" •' w'il) ] partlol;p.ate • ln; ; .in-, ci'casing tlie -proeluc.iionf-'dl':' synthetic; rubber, Tliey include: : --:'Gbbclrloli ( .Ij.; S -'aubbdr-, KirestdiVe; and 'Gpociyearj bber companies,;. ,'Gulf RenninK,; Phillips P.etroleuni-, 1 ..-Shelly 'Sinclair, - "''• - : '-•'• •• j. pf ; Nc\v Louisiana . • i. -- ; , The new plant^^rob^ly, will : l)e built, nea'r'.pr'cscht.'onfesj Jbne> said, Tlio" ,'c'6mpaiiies"/' will ^cooperate• in the 'new' program'faiicl 1 ^irite'rchanffe patents and tec.liiUUUci8|...1 ;../ ..', . Metals Reserve • Go;,: Um, HFC subsidiary,; .oYferc^'.^reiiiiums of -is/to oo'nts. a> pound /fQ}V,K!nc,/lHcccnts/ii pound. ; fqi\ conpek-Jand- ; ;3,4 cents .a x ' ' i . t« J '.'' 'I J^\ M* 1 '"* »^»irt H 11 r» rtfl i' '** M II' IX V — pouncl. ncss PblOlou^yXPrenKprs per. 12 cei\ts a -pound, Vand' lead -3:8o .are:. ^Ino,'^'.^. .ee'rits 1 a ; pound; .cop- oonts-'a 1 p 1 b'un t d;:-. l /"^-J.A. ; -.- 11 -'.: ; '••';.•'"- ThQ-PlTlcevo/>v«c-...- Lion estliTiatcd 1 'thev.pVemiu]ns 1 .woult result •/.live .and over ,i ./in'. ;pro'duct)on/:.ot r lead; 4ncr.eas)ng/5o; v p;er,voe.nt , c w> The- ihdrease Tn pbtp'ut of cop- p'or mlnos/ !.w|i8/.'''c^pb'ctcd; ; ..to,,-.; be. "much smaller;/ 1 ,' ''.•••'. ''•'••: i '.• -./•• _ . '••.'. ,', J_,l_,i ,M^r>4 ••'< IT ci -inn'nn f.l f. V iii-iuii .LJIH«»»W*« ,- . ... •...;•'• -.- • .i,, Jones 'discloHCd 'that.; the .'Capacity ui- the' tin smbltci'--'being', huH.t .at Texas City, Tex./;is' ; beih ( gVincreased i !-']ones-' l l)olibviid l Ah;}s !V ' nation'' \v6ultf 1 continue/to,'got ^'somc'^rubiJci^m the- Dutch/East .Ii|dl6s. ...and,//that South 'Anicrica'B output .would:-be Increased..by -more- intehslyo-; tapping of trees'. •-'.'•'. ',-.•.. ,.-• -.:-v^W^j.--. iVubbo'r : Rasorv.e y.tlp,. ai1'd : private Interests in the United State?'hayc "on, • hand and afloat;.', more ' than (iOO'OOO toi'iB of- raw., rubber 1 , : tic He'"estimated -; morVj';i)i'un; 1,< rubber' anhualiy • bvdr' a; 'perl 1 , 'u , ;1 .' '''." i ,,--•'' '-''> >•-. ".\? 'if* '•.,' years, •_•-.," 'j' ..'".• i f"!''v'*'i"''c'-'iV i •'"- ' Ottawa,^ JanV; ; l3^.CUP)ph^ Jor j podblng "of ..a. freighter; -100, mi.los.:;piT; the coast. o'f.'Mp.ya .^cqtia was revealed today. \vipt v ;the:;fln'iva;^her9 : of 80 : 'fJurvivors;"/ •'"./' ,/-..--; .' ,"^/.:^.. • They, 'sai'd 9i -pcrsonspabpard. the. •esseUlpSlV-lli%v-;ilv^ Th e : f re? igh tor ..was . to r.pecjoed wi th •-. /the, -last <*' hOursVVthsurvivor-s In io;ooo-ton 'I'liu-. -. iKiiin-;' -^j(i r >,.«''»>:,.. i •»vi uv r. ... . • ( f r'ui g'h tbr • waft 'i no i \ a i sclpso.d /."....;• v TwO . tor pod o'cs; /struck i: '.th c -. yqsse 1, tlii", survivors' said.',.,The,- s.ury.ivo.ift ,driftey;for-several-hptrs-:{n.;a;nJ9pun boat before'they,Ay'cre rescued.' '.;• i . -Tiili-ty two.of-,them ,'wcre^tfilibiv-to , .i;wr,'u'iV' f vi''.'{'ni-' f.i^nn trrtant.- while ','th*? ccs.oe. .ubmarines: .were;, bpe^tlng oiT ,tM orth "Amcrica'n^cQaAt;. , •• f ;-.-- x ^'.. , :> Tjreno' imci'. .Keen/: rcportpi bf • me.J-- chant/'shipping! qncountqriiig /h-o»;- undersea crHft^ni;tfey|oini.ty '9 f; fo{icilahd' i: 'tfVd'^P^Q?M9^- ! ' vtos ' s ' 1MJ>VIU Utini*'". \>VAT : If.'K ..•., :\ -,-. t . -| , elude'cl a- pursuing .submarrne ; ;>vhml' , : ' ! . • ,.', !j-y. ' 11 rff\ • ,>-vt \ncf furxm I.nil bog. an ich } /;Jar£',i3T-:(UP} . ,.-•;• 60','^'a':; steam iHtpr •'•*'*" '" : ''.Submarin<3 HUiTcndered, to the forces; ap- , action in Malaya, i\ynp.re.'.:,: inci; • j.up.anese; made their iinos.txsevere,.Hijsht 'and day -'air rait)s 'on SWgaRore but suffcrecJ. losses of. •talmp'st' ten per/cent. of. the atttick- ''ing/'bpnibers. British defense forces :\vevp-freported jlghIIng bittei-'ly oh . t|iev'peninsula -about. 150-miles north ,Vf,-Singapore.but Ihere was no ^yor(l .6f.',-/any''important 1 'change In posl;-. . ^Northward' ; in, BOrma, "there :» a : n ' 0 qier:'air ; alarm' at - Rangoon land 1 • ... M .w«^. w ..» increased .that military .pp.eratipns,' \vcre- - impending. Axis •so.^rG.es /have .reported .that the. Jap- ^ane^e/VNyerc/nrovine 1 against Burma Nyyi-He'-i^ilied^/rcpoi'ts .have indicated ••iijrtt'^'Wje^r'iiish, with the help 1 of Ghin'6se^tc6ops r might .strike, at J. _. triumphs were less 'vigorous, today, although the Berlin " " ialv-ne.ws,-.'•• agency .broadcast, saijl ..^..'/'d 1 '"battleship reported -sunk, oft •Egypt- Tast''November by a German -U^b'6at <: h'a!d-' no\v /been identified : .as Britain's- :•> 3i;-100-t6n -«- Dread naught 'BorHaiXi'.'rtonddn made no comment fe.-Barham.-'., ' • ' Russia,- -Adolf Hitler' was re- ••portedv'to'have abandoned his head- iati. Smolensk and moved the Red ar.my offen- .forward .southwest ,h of Leningrad, on JLhi : ?;Arc'tic''}.boas't''-.ln the .far -north ahdVin ; iGrimea : '.on the Black -Sea. . •(ihlnri.Egyp't-;'.' the. British.:.- Imperials •Qan,t.u'r'od the Axis, fprtross-. of Solum, .'qni'r.ttiQ-^gyptlftn border;^ and took .^SOr'-fprlsohers .while"/advance forces .fO'Tvapno.ss' the '.Libyan desert renew- •dfjijipressijrp 'agiiln,st. tlie',.-' enemy -in "' :> ''"" \gheila. sector./ / • • ; vyar ; fronts, except^ Russia. $;!ist[l'i.' were-; forced.! to clisr th'eiiv--strength.- Jio: 'Vital--;sec-. in .an-..'.effQrt to oppose bonocn- ..UUIl.'!*'- '•!,",> llll., C liy " IJVJ wj^|^«"»* ,,,..,' , : rated--Axlis i :vsrength but there.! yye'r.o' :inciVbafo'ris^th'at i -Uie--ne'w united high. 'cpiTirnan.d 'in the"Pacrflc'; was getting ires u Its.; • •'•-"•••••" -• : ' - l . . '• •;:j/ri ! ''tho' Dutch Rast. Indies, it whs acknowledged ^officially, that ' Jap- aijospi 1 JtQi ; ees .ieatimated- at' 20,000 had talfQn^T^aW.kaii/'.XsJarid,' -off i the'-qasl/- Ic.oAst/. 0 ^ B.pr'ne'6,! .after.-a, hard, battle;; '^h'ie of ^tlip Butch '-'(lefendcrs 'wep'o f qnipyecl-:':to' , the.-'nialn'lanf}'-...Details %wei;o.' t jHckln^ .but-'lt -w/is undcr.stopfl rthift '-tii p'-"d of c ride rs- 'dps troycd aj 1 d i 1 " "clli.y93 : on';tb'c'island.! / / .. , L'ate'iY iTapan'eS£j'."'a'lr. fleets 'opened' &n'^jiU'aolcV;on ; .'the. ( -Qontral . Celebes• : %'a's 7 t.' % and li .Tesr'hate'.-j!5.1and,''-ln thc..M6- 'li'titiav'-'jgrciup; /which'' "is 1 '100 1 miles fartlie'r'\'da^t,V»ThIs-appeared to lie ! a r ]i6^siblfe: ; 'PveHi(le to "another inva- Hi-'pn/sthifii-desTgfnrid^td.'givo.. the Japanese" 1 control- of . island-' buses that . Ipi^riih'eM. - O-'Hie 1 'Bast Indies and Sing- Vp'orey-.^^V-' V V' : .'."'•-.'•/ ,'-', '.••''' ', • : - inriJiiirty-bbhTb.s-- were,- dropped 'on j^lolved^leV^ on/ the -.Celebes .coast,: artel-*15 '-persons' were killed and' 24 i,rijiJi''dd':,at ; .-.Tei!nate-, ••- r . -•-'-. - - -'• c '.'Japanese; reported .Ihat they. •'fles'tr'oyed' sov.cn All-icd ' : boirib- orShih'd^a^uteh'rrtine-;layer In their $,'tflck/^'r-vespe'c^ia11 >; prv.,.thc,norl.!iern; tefykWitiitiiin- '-'the'.'Kakas , Airdrome , c,6nUnucd.:in th'J s'f >Lr,ca' { , 1 artel B'a tav i a/ rep or ted, th at v s ^Aus.tra|l(til' : and-;-' yVmorlcan-. 'rikrn^ .biick • at -the liI'clr,., : :already / iiail e'lietiiy- •<Il.ocl/;^ : whrch:,.,':alrcany - -riaii ^utT6red\ : !bombing.'-'of' half i. a dozen ti'anspdrts-'.' tjivb.".b.r.ulsers- 'and other Hlil : ps^jno;e :: the inya.sion .'started'. . .•'.. i,- : <lri;''iyiti}ay,av the'-l^ritlsh '>vere-fight-:' fngvdn^aV^ mil^ribrth?Vof : ,Singapore : after /hay-; ih;gV:a'bftnd6necr : Kuala ••Lumpur; and-' jT?b)/feS3\yettbnhami'. \ 'There .was- -no iltiifhite'^asVurance ./that:; their '.. -big I 1 / be ' made .-there, -. lio\v- st'a'hd' Ay'o'u'ld',- be ''made '.•there, • no\v- ^cYcK^ajiir.!.'' it^gcnera'Hy •' was'. b'cjieyed' 'th'ftV.theL'e.vw'.ould b'ci' "a'-'^r'aTiual' Ve-. 't'iru v merVt':li6. Jolipre ,'iProvJrice, which ;cixteHds; &tim'e. 90.' : miles north of ihc : l)ig/\riay.al;. base; 'afKl./Nvliich Is', said to/'-'hc' ; strongly/ foi-ti fled and easier '' -j-..., , ,- •• . .. .. . : i ;El v eets . Jtotall Ing . .about 125 . Japan-' ;CH.e ; >Vlr.piahQS s\yarmecl.,- over ,ihe ^i'ng'ap.b^e -.ar-ea, 'li?' -the 'last 2/i hours iincV'':41 : v- 'ofs .them -..'.we.re- ' reported indicating ' a conslcl-" j'i'ougHI/^ldwnv" indicating ' a consc- orQb'lo jncrcsaso, in.; Allied air , strength (n{dJHv.Mafeya i; areaV :Sl;ncc the -Allied fbr.be$ -\'ba,yd -'lioeiv Uoi tecl it .' was, - un- deFSio:oir''Uhat ./"Br.ltshv :. American/ uu^*««v. — • Brltshr : American, Dutclv'/ahtl'••Austral lari 'planes .and rtipri- Ayprc'.flghMJhg '.6n :; a'fr-of .the. im- port'ant'j'ron.ts-..•'"/':;.•'''" '.''•"' ' ••' :'-Th'6MapaneBC: bombing' attaclvs, 'did ii'tfclo"damage. • l'inthe,,Sihgapore area aiVd' a': fYigh"Britisli. Qinclal .prcUicted Uiat''Vthe". ; yVllies; \yould ;lnivcMiir s.u- nfirrdrHy^;-^ 1 : th"aj;;:-area ')vithin' the nnv» -'iYh<.o,'.vlj>'v«. r .'.-London said- .tha a •hospl'.tal ' : ro'r^ tifcatijlont,' while/ ' 6 thei3'" ; were' : ordered/to/ be^l.-by doq-; 4^;,c, 'v'iivin- 'troiitcdv'them J pV: sh;dck; , VI ri'c Ail s t.rft'l i a; ; ; i ti \v as d i i? c 1 o s od j.b a t prliti^^nhlstor John' •Gurti'n; /bad 3pen;cd^di : rb'ci ho'gptinl;ioJis'on. : grand 'ItmJtfi^y'-A^ ;t : racs', r '^'"^Th'ia 'rnoVe -lia^l" bce"n"-.'fo.re-r iiVn>Vf\\vf>'ri > ; .h,v /sln'temerits' made rc- fcerili-y : ' ; J)i ^a 'Sta'temerits' matlc re hc\d : bpen used broadcasts as lan'( ;i arguiTi'Qnt.jthat Austraiia.,was' cut- .tinVraNyay-'-fromHh^ Empire. SiVdh' \ a iV; ,| ri tc r p re ta I, i on u ; as s tr 6 n gly, 'd^icd^jn;-Australia.. . ,. . : :-V-•-• } v.imCiyina,'..tire Chungking v press and lln/;plTfc|ai; spokesman indicated coiir !^ern-/.py0r^Allied /high, command jp"ra ; nSi ; '''ito';--put their. greatest effpvt ^inldi t 'd[6ipating/Hither on t!ie\, theory. t!hUt. t ;defpat/df > the- iffazis would ''lead • to'^cpji-apse d"f.the/other Axis' part- ^n'ei'S.^.Thc. Chinese argued that the, - fyght-Vm'UBt •; be. kept, ,'a't' \yhite /heat : -••••^-•- - - •"' - ^, a gt, f -uvat and that new Russian vlandiiigs with .tlie aid oi 1 the Black-Sea ; fleet had increased •the threat/to ail enemy forces -on' the pcninsultv : and' m•• tbe Ukraine the 'nu'sslans were ; driving closer to the : g reat: -industrial' •city—now, .largely in rulhs--.br-' Kharkov, 'on the Donets river ' On 'the northern .front, now advances i against, the Finns were re r ported , by .the .Russians and south of Leninguad/ the.,;Red.;army was i.lirusting liard-at the strategic city : -of ]Sovgoro;dr:; v.: 1 -""'"•'."' ' ; ; , '''••'.'' V - London despatches, reported that :'the Germans had Called up more reserves 'in 1 the. Reich, .and -that a- hitter cbntrovcrisy was in progress ari a-\result~'0i"the.; out'sing-of about-25 generals'or'high'pfncers of the Army; -*-*•: JHAYBEJiElDW : Boston-, Jan. . 13—.(UP)—Blackout tests;, may .b,o held throughout New. England ,Syl thin'the''next, two weeks, ft was believed today. , ' ; ' Brig.-Gcn. John G.' McDonnell, commaiidcr. .of the" first interceptor squadron"'aI/']\ ; fitohcll Field, asked civilian ;dj30?nse,head's.-for. an ostl- 'rhate : "bf'tllc time required i'or an-, ef- fc.ctiYe'-.blftffkpu't-^ftfii; a warning. • • -..^ The ''anlyfway'to. obtain ihat Jn- formatbh'.'lt .was said, was by. conducting ' tests—{it- least' "over, relatively 'small -but, ' representative' 'areas. 1 '.- j. AVclls.. ; PaH(By,-;Massachu- sctts. puhllc''safpfcy director, /said the usual, .seven-day notice will be ; givcn in.event a test Is-held. Farley left, for Washington, last night, to confer, with other defense heads and submit an estimate of equipment necessary foi*- •emergency .defense : , ,6f .Massachusetts, cities ancl .towns. He said if all requests were granted, the.amount necessai' t y j.o, provide the equipment would be $30,000,000. /•Massachusetts, meanwhile, pre- -pareri .for'the IJiird registration under the selective service'act. Gov. Lev'erett. r/SaJton'stnll.. asked . that- son bo is be closed Feb. 10th so teacliers 'could/ aid in registering men .between -20 and 44, and Assist-; ant; State Selective Service Director BJph'M.;Smith, .made ,plans', for a preiimfnary'/ Jeg'istrivtjon 'Sunday, Feb. .i5tli to accommodate defense' workers. ; ' -, .' *». WM ADDRESS!) BY Hartford;, .. Jan. ; 13—(UP)—The: Connecticut: State" grange/today ,bc- 'gan Vits annual Nthree-day meeting,•• with'" an: election/ v of. gffi.cors •sclicd- ulediTor,tomorrow, //'.r•/'-•" ',; . - F o r'm c r. : G o v v ' H a y m o'hrl - J3. B a 1 d w I n addressed the...group-.In a prc-con- veiition niecting;. Ifist. night; saying: . ''We: must fight -'to-• spread- ttio'/gps- pel^of free institutions of government by example.and Tdrcc where .it becomes necessary to 1 aid an; en- Rlavpd -.people 'to , ofjjtablisir'.' or : rb- bstabii : sh their freo way of Jlfe." . , i "Gpv.V/liuvJey., Xyilir.'addres^s tlie group, to'morrow/night. / ,',/ •; U./S-. - isuh^ Wiiv F^irst , i Round Of Battle (Gohtlhued on ,>age Tvyo) •'. The/" communique• produced .fur-; "theiv Evidence that., Uie.... Japancsc'i may.-'have 'transferred->the /bulk of their' air--force .southward, to- back •up the • spreading "attack .'' on the Dutch/East-Indies,' .-. : ,;.-• , '•• ' '. if 'reported that "enemy air activity was "confined to' attacks' by dive.' •bombers in support of.artillery fire.' 'Np enemy .bombing . attacks -were jriade on /fixed'' fortnic^tibhs"—Cqi 1 - i-egidor island. ' ' ' ',// . . . . •; The .;Ja'parie's'e 'air /and sea attack '.on the Dutch 'islands was being met ;by a "growing., force/of• United Nations air craft, including many Arii- 'crican planes ."and ^pitbts'anU' ft' iip- ..peared that the. first major, test of •Japanese versus, allied' air power imay come'in the'Dutch East 'Indies , ., . . i..Already American ..warplanes arc ',«ti'i k I ng f o r ccf u i I y a t 'th e J a pa'n esc "Jon" two f ron ts—th at • of- th e Netlier- ,1 JUKI'S Bast • indies' and- Burma. ,Jap- Ian's.concentration uppn-" Singapore /and/the. Dutch 1 Indies aroused soniu ;suVp.icion, that'-.'the;-'!Japanese have i'left moppiiVg-up-'-';forces, -to; , deal' Xvl,tl'i- Mac'Ai'thur;T, while.. pressing .'Uicir-."drives; .against -'British : . rind IDutch objectives; • .'•-"•'.;;/ • tin.J,hq Singapore ,'fr'oi'jt 1 .there .was' a hint' in a li'ri'tfsh ! '.'statemen't. that, a 1 r'; controI '• over-.Mujaya';\ >Vi 11 be, 1 Svrcs.lecl; from/ th'e J/ap.an'csc Within/ tliree days and Jhat .U'.'.'S; 'warplahps x nihy'-be" : about to ./gpsjnto-, action for• ;ihfe dclehse' oL-'th'ls- bastion of allic'cl \ Pnql lie ! -sea ^9ybr.;,:' f '; - •' l ..«• I rThfii'e..w'as/noVhint/0'f .the' route \ l|»y ; which / /Ainerican.. •-planes;--.are ;• ijcap'hi'ng. ''the>;far-.-'"/l?acifie" front, ' I.I6ivevcr, : i^.'Aya's-Teported- that the main Ja.pari'ese".battle--fleet-has-tak- cn: up' positi'phs in 'tfie/Japanese Gar'• Qli'ne..'and'\Marsiyai;t Islands: ready "to : strike at any -clfort;': -iTy American ;snapowcr tor; reinforce ' the•• •• south'-. ? west' Pacinc'"o'r.I,t6', makd -a. foray t toward, Japan- Itself!\ ', .-••••. • This'makes".-It l)ke}y/ : H)]at' any U, S.: -.reinforcements,. ..for' the , Dutch Indies,'. Malaya and;-Burma .must the /long /route ' around the across -«tho Atlantic.'^arouivd and... .;V thro ugh , ,the ' Indian An alternative---'would, be i\ y'nry; ^outhcrly 'Pdclilc... route; which would '•- add : ihoifsarids - oft miles to 'riprmai distances.• artd/.>vblul(l .still',be viilnerable • to far ;ranging Japanese ' raidnrs, '..;.••..•;.,:'• ": •:•:•• V:' .'" ; . . '• .;'.; Qn :;l;h. e v: Bu A' n l a - - frpnt:. American "planes;, were' credi ted ''\vi 111 dcstroy- •; ing ^3 Japanese' planes in/two days,' \ travel -world Afrlcrf ocean: VTABUSHD IMi The sale's on—our January clean up of men's, young men's, boys and children* suits and topcoats. •' , . i Not everything in our stock is included—mainy times we couldn't replace for anywhere near our former cost—but—there's balance of lines—one of this, two or three of that—and so on, which in a stock as large as ours, means a pretty lar^ ^We, interesting choice of worthwhile savings. including 24 in o'ne day. American planes were fighting side 'by side with Dutch planes and Australian planes In the East Indies. The American aircraft were utlll/.- Jnfc the well-organized Dutch bases which include 00 odd fields hidden in tbe : jungles of Dutch Borneo. . The 1 chief theater of operations was the Celebes sea -where 1 ' the .Japanese are trying id' wrest control of tiutcli Borneo and,the north-- 1 crn arm of Celebes, .making, use of their excellent base 400-miles,.north,' atVDavao. For the, moment the Japanese; were exerting consider/ably niojre far-reaching; .efforts'. .. against tho Dutch Indies than against MacAv- thur's hard-bitten Philippines troops. But th era : were- new Indications that a climax in the-Balaan province battle may be n'earSng. Argentina's Final , Decision Awaited ' (Continned7fi-o.m« ; Page' One) cler the present'/condftions \ve regard .a 'Inclt- of 'un'.anlmity as 'only something! short of;perfect!on. -. : "There seems: l!o ' be a .general feeling that'if Argentina \y!H not'go- along the others "will refuse to compromise and ,the Argentines, \vilf he told 'You go-your way and we'll go Purs.' " ' ' • ', ' . ' V- Despite reports that the United, States was seeking an ' unanimous American declaration of war against the Axis, it' was stated authorita- Pecan Itolls .Hftvil Food Cake rnsliionccl Drop Cakes Milk Ili-ead ChocoInVc Fu'rfnc brownies Kuhn's City Bakery MAPLE ST. TEL. — FQRSAJLE — Brick IBuilding and lot on Woodbine Street, Suitable for Small Manufacturing Business Naugatiick Insurance Agenicy, -,/: • : Int..". '-•• Room 9 -.//'Nfeary Bldg. Phcine 2080 that 'such was nol i because It "• would not aid unity or strategy. Jf all 21 nations declared i was pointed'out, the already |,j pressed American -Navy won forced , to protect the vast American coast lines became Argentina, Bra/I) and Chile navies-of any Importance. Fours that Chile and Urujj would balk at concerted .\mf anti-Axis action were dispelled! the''arrival of' their delegations terday. • Chilean Foreign' Minister Juai Bossettl said South Americas' of preparedness -Invites aggmsl and commented that "America nj be indivisible.' Uruguayan. Foreign Minister'! her to 'Guanl said "All Amcricil at, war and the conference augment American unity." ''President GeUilio Vargas of •will 'open the' conference 'format 5:30 p.' m.. Thursday. Ills i 1 ' \vil-l be'answered by Rosscltl. and Brazilian Foreign Mini** waldo'Arahha also will spcsta .The actual : '«wpfk of the once starts /tomorrow, ho\\t tions- select-Ardii|Jtt ;as 'olinlrmanj when the chiefs .'of -the 21 doK set vip. thP principal 'i Great Oak Farm! 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