Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 15, 1942 · Page 1
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, January 15, 1942
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AUGATUCK FISH AND GAME ASSN. PRAISED FOR The Weather Increasing Cloudiness m io-ht, Colder In Interior XLVII, No, 12 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15,' 1942 Price Three Cents BEACON FALLS — BETHANY BRISTOL TERRACE COTT ON HOLLQW MILLVILtE PLATTS MILLS POND HILL STRAITSVILLE UNION CITY BANQUET LAST NIGHT LARGELY ATTENDED rmor Reservation To Be aurnocl At End Of Pros. War Emergency BREEDING POOL , IT MONTANARI HOME. PLEASANT AVENUE l Members 'Criticised i'or Not Returning Bands From Game Bagged Ino very siiewHuiui mooting of the K'lluVk KlHli and Game Protoc- \ssocifiMon was hulcl last eve.'at tfulltvim'H (un In tioUor ow with immiborH -of other n ,. luwmMuMoiiH from Wutorlown ,l,.fluiry. Seymour, An'sonlft- and towns In tho Naugatuck Val- •m lance. Speoohos by ntalo local oflH-orH of tho' Fish' and locally and In foa lured svllh an excellent Full Irso lurkoy cllnnor. and movies nvunlH wore shown lo ng later In MUJ evening. Jlio rnoetliiK wus cloHlgnalod by |nil ol' the speakers tia "Baker 111" owing 1 to Iho fact Ihul live i-H'or tho.H'ikor family, arn lihoi'fl of MIH local UHHOolaMon, of-thorn past ol'lleera and Krod IH iho new pri'»l,dont of Iho imVtfillon. ,T|to vlHllors who. uclr the tuooMnK pal/l liltfh.. .m- ui Liif NfjU.«aUi.ok .uHflpolollon- \U wxmnpllrioallon of. ti'iio niwlilp- In. ItoUl anc! on Inn wllli -ono • cxunpMon when of Mm Hlato organization , tho local- members on Iholr to return Imnuullaloly tho from pheasant, raccoon and Itita tliul they liavo batfgwd dur- HNIMOM. The rolurn of tho to Mm slato commission Is ht,il | m |mrlum!e and iho rnloaHo IMIUI! tor MIC following -season i>nd.-i to u KnwL oxlont upon llic of bunds . rnluiTiad. liii! uiortlng wan called Lo order lllioinas SuundfM'H who was the •vlcHtrc.-tldt'nl of tho association It WHS oi'Hanl/.ad 10 years ami svhn outdated UH masloi 1 - (Contlnut'd on Pago KJvo) . CARDS TO 1EUSED1NNEW SERVICE DRIVES MISS MacLELLON IS BRIDE OF EDWIN Miss Janls Magellan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. MaoLellan of Now Haven-, was married to 13d win WalHlon, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. 3. Urown ; of \Voodbury, Saturday aftor- uoon, January H, at 3 o'clock in tiic Mothodlsjt .church In Naugaluck. Gladioli, shasla -daisies, and palms adorned Hie altar, where tho ceremony was performed by . Iho llcv. Wayne While 'of Now York, a family Vrlond, assisted by Dr. \Viliiam No.sbll of Naugaluck. Wllluin Boyd sang ll l Love You Truly 1 'and "Because," accompanied by Mrs; II. Taylor on Ihc organ, . 'The bride, >vhose father gave her In marriage, a while satin, princess gown.' Her train -length veil had (ace Tnsorls and was. arranged with a coronet , of while orchids and she carded while bridal wllli a shower of.slcphanotls. Hcatrluo MaoLelan of New Haven, sksler of lha bride, was her only atlondaat, She wore silk marquisette-gown and a coronet of pink rosus .and. carried -pink -roses and blue laco flowers. , '. Harvoy-'Walstp'n; a; brother of the- bridpg^oom,, .-was-.the. ' best .rndri. Ma'cLellai'i, brolhor of the .bride/and Harold 'C. Wobster, cousin of the' bride. -' • • Tho bride's mother wore princess blue ci-cpo,' a' matching hat, 'and wore a corsage of-gardenias.' The bridegroom's mother wore,-soldier blue crepe with accessories to match .and wore a corsage of gardenias. • 'A', reception followed in the church hall, which was decorated wllh bouquets of pink gladioli and while sluusta daisies. When -Mr. and Mrs. Walslon left for a wedding trip- through the South, Mic 'bride wore a blue-and dubonel oiillH.' Ones Is a I tended from iS'osv -York, South Kenl : Torririglon,' \Valerlown, Ion, iN'orllideld, Ansonlu •Woodbtiry, Walerbury, vori,. MrlsLol Mlddlolniry, 9 w vr • W '"• : ' •'• •',"'•«?• . • .'.,-'.!) ..-.('•'"• . ","-. ••'•'•-..HOW THE FUND IS ALLOCATED 1 '^ SERVICE •Every doling that :you fjive :iiowi (o .yoiir. «cd»Cross murches. Into;..Oioythlck; pf Iliiiiijs -jvlici-c. liummiUni'hiir help Is iicwlcd mosO-up to the fronts « n d :battle; ..slnliojia; where the floliliiiff. Is. heaviest Into the Uocl. Cross Fii ; ftt Ai<|:unHs whore prq»)|)l, nMenUon ami .supplies may save iniiumcnihie lives. And Uir()»fllJoiit oiiiv hroad land lo ; train and •equip .volunteers, to mc-el n,ny ein'crneiicy. Mm t 'ni«y : strike, ^ r; -' ^-'''^Ji^JV--i^. M . ; , ^ , -, ; . -. HOW THE $5.0,000,000 WAR FUND IS senvir.c TO TUB: AIMIEI)- ronf.ES . ; . :..... .;•;.•.:':;. :- ; .;- . ;; V .. . i .-.,: : . . . . :. . -.': I'rovides For the care, welfare and morale of • tho Arin.y and Navy, includfiif/ services Jo 'ninn, in hospitals and dm-in« convalosconcc, - Provides an iiiiportant; Hnl^ between.-J.hc sppvfce men and •Mich' families; -keeps- the .'families' ''i' 0111 hrenkintf np, : siipplies ; ; food^,shcHe»,', .imidicino, -and even jo hs whore necessary. - Provides' essential medical and othpr supplies outside of standard Government- equipment..- Operates Red Cross headquarters bt camps rind ntfvnl - Enrolls hlood donors and medical -teehnoloflisls for Army and Navy needs. -/Provides millions of surflical dressings, sweaters, socks,: etc., thrdu«li 'volunteer workers. ; - : ./x'',^,, • ; ;^:':V: ; "; ; , \V ?25,(MM),ooo: •DISASTGH . . . Supplios emeroeney needs for footi f! clotliinn, shelter and; niodienl attention i'.or-d.isasler vietiins. Assists stricken families in repair of homes and other; ii;djiistnients; provides v> .niliilmunr reserves of essential ; relief .supplies .to prevent unneeessary delays. :. , /' ; \[ /' / . \ I r. ,' • ' . (JVILIAN 'DEFENSE ^11 VICES '.''.:.' '. '.'-!.:.'.:'. ,.."'. .',.,;•>, A ..:.V,V- - '-.- '.'•••]• .';.' -.''• •'•'• «••>'.•...' .V..' ', . '. • '. Trains' volunteers For libme-niirsiiiff and nurses' aides', - Trains nurses; inen, and, women, for.Jietive. duty with (he Army and Navy. • - Trains .volunteers hr First Aid and accident prevention. - Trains. volunters Tor work .in Motor Corps, Canteen and 1 Production. -, women , and <i}iil- droii'in preparedness af/ainst ,ex|)losiye ,and incendiiiry -bombs;. -, Orfmnfyes fo> eviiCHaUon ot, chi'ldivn and their families from i stricken areas. - -Assists lied. Cross Chapters in. estohlishiiifj ef- t'eclive -coordination of emefjrency. relief willi , loco I and 'Stale- defense. millioriUcs: v, ; . ' $10,0fl(),000' SKhV.KIK A Nl) ASSISTA.NCK THROUGH Gives ' us^iisduiee, .'and -'scrvi«i? ,lo .the.' JJ,7/iQ si'ljlc for Joeal. He'd .''.Cross activiUcs', imrtlcu.lnrl.Y yamilios. ' ' ' ... ..'. '.:". ' :''•!.'•' ' - • • .^., Cliajilcrs. n'JMC.tlicii' (J^lSi lli-amjlies resi\o»- \veifaro\work.,omonfi the service, men -irtid'-tlieii 1 % '4,()0(),OIK) OTHER 'ACTIVITIES AND COiN Prov.ides for miforcsijcu-. exiVniKsion.s (j.\|)oe(ed doveioiVinont.s. . „, , ^.., : ..... itQT-AL''. I:: ":.'';:'iVv' ; -;!.;^i".V^'v-^'/:,:,; in • , - . ,.. .•.. .. ... .•. •. ,.. program- , and for; hbw.aclivities made . -necessary, by .•'"•• "•'' '••..'- -' 1 // '•• ''.... ''•.•''. -'' •.• :: '' . •' ,$,6,(M)0;pOO. ¥V t 1 f\f OL*1* • Defenders Or rhiiippines Continue Their Determined /.•..'.•• • Resistance Against The Japs MENACE EAST COAST Tanker : Norness Was Torpedoed Off Coast Of Long Island , TWO MEMBERS OFHEECREW ARE MISSING Maryland, Danbury,Thomas- Shclto'n, New Ila- liranford, Police Chief John Gormley To Address 'Group In Borough Court Room "Friday SCORES NAMED TO POSTS IN THE DEFENSE GUARD SETUP Hotliluhcm, tuck. Southbury and Nauga- •»-•*•» nfll in Mm now Holuolivn i-liiss who will HlKH up l''wlJ- receive KiHMui (sui'ds, f.lapl. k K. I'hnlun, puhllo rela- i- In Itif! Karlt'ord Holeu- o hi-uil(iuarloi ; H IHIH un- diMil boards bugan s I'm- the how roglHtru- will be. ImHOd upon tho usi'ij in the (Irst two ro- Many boards aro mak- lM In roglstor the llii'lr (ilucc, of biiHlne.SH. CAL YOUTH S GRADUATE OF II, S, AIR SCHOOL CHURCH HELPERS ELECT MRS. W. J. tniih- ill: Hl7,nwsl<| Ut" Dully News) IK, Jan. .ir>~T'vt: son of Mr. and !J'i Dunn uviuuio, WdH Kradualod (.liumulo I'Mold Army Air Corps Meetings Tonight and Tomorrow A, 0. II. ''to' 1 , i. n, R, M. lAM'AHY in M|l||(l "l .Assoulullon Ro- Tomperunco Mrs, William ,1. Noble', Jr.,. was rsleoliul 'proHldorit of tho ' Gliuroh llolpor's of St. MlcliaoTH ohurch at tho annual', mooting held Wednesday nfternoon In .Iho parish l^onso, She auc«ocjcls Mr<i. George A. Bar- wli»l«;' who was presented with a hbuutll'iil hour/uoL by the sooloty, Ot.hors olTloers o loo tod wore: Klral vIoe-prcHlclenl, Mrs* Son bur ^ S. Hungnrt'ord; second vlpo-proaldent, Mrs, .John Jones; secretary, Mrs. Harold Urown; ' treasurer, Mrs, fjharlns 11, Anderson ;.'asHlsUinL .HCC- rolary niul assistant••trousurer,'- Mrs. W. 'S. Wllherwax; . and .auditors, Mi'H. John II; Sohmuok and Mrs. •Slanton Olovoi 1 . ' A pot luulv Hupppr was served bo- faro Ihc business-meeting, Meeting- Expected To Be > Largely Attended -—.District Grouping Listed SESSIONS FOR AIR RAID WARDENS AT PARISH HOUSE , Karl M. Barnum, deputy .air rnlrl •warrlon, announces that tho next session of Iho Nnug-atupk Defense nounoll school for air raid wardens and all substltuto sessions will be :hold at St,'Michael's parish house at 7;J30 p.m. ' • Tho speakers at tho meeting Frl- : day ovcnlng, .January 10, will bo -RfV 10. W, Jackson, deputy .'/one warden' or Now liavon, and J. C. NolT prasldont of Teacher's, eollogo, New'llavcn. Tholr subjoct will bo "Tho Air Rfiid,, Warden and His '.Duties." . •'.-. ^ ' ' HAIWOR! .Chiot' of :Pollce John Gorniley will address the meeting of 'the civilian auxiliary police division of the Naugatuck Defense- Council to bo held in- tho borough court room on Friday evening, ,'Ian. 10 at- 8 p.m. Clarence K. Jones, chairman of Lite Defense Council announced, today th'e following appointments JLo the civilian auxiliary police division: Chief of Police, John .Gormley, Auxiliary Chief, Thomas H. ; Nolan; Disricts A and B Captain. .Lewis MotcliklsB; Lieutenant.'of; Section A (Southwest), Ralph J, .Quinri;' Sergeant of Squad A-l,,Rob,ert Grunt, Patrolmen of Squad. A-i: Edward I/. Armorial, Richard G. Baxter, Maxwell Bloom, John. Ernst, Paul 15,'Hanson, Curt T. llllng, Leo Lieb- ernuin, .David St.. .-John, Fred . Solberg, Jr, f Don Williamson. Sergeant of Squad A-2.,/ Raymond K. Quinn. Patrolmen of Squad A 7 2: ThaiiTHis 'Arnold, .Clarence • .'Baldwin, Albert Bonl'cmpo, Charles ,K. Clark, David Bbcr'aolo;. Joseph PltxpaLrlck, l,ouls Rubin, T, J. Sullivan, Wilbur Turner, John ,B. ,>\ ;,n. ; . Lieutenant of 'Stil?'l.lo l /i B (Northwest), Larry P._ He'ileman..Sergeant • (Continued on Page'OFive) x> : SALE OF DEFENSE BONDS AT LOCAL Miss TrQiio'.'L,.-Squires," secretary of. tii-e'- Naugatuck Chamber of Gom- mci'oo, announced today that every• factory In the, b'orough has .agreed to the salary.deduction, plan'for' the- pu/cbaso pi 1 :defense .bonds.. WiIliam R : I3oies, chairman of Die - boi'ensc Saving eommltteo; 1 in Naugatuck',has .distributed .forms to; the -plants and sales of iho bonds is i bcing''.pi'0r moted among the employes'at present, . , . . .L, . > CHEMICAL The News '.has; learned). that .there is no foundation for- the story which is . being mooted, about; on a general scale -hero today , to" -trio!. effect that negro regular troops of the U, 1 ,S Army, woultl be .assigned to .guard tbe Naugatuck' 1 Ghomicai , Co,; plant when tbe guard servrce.qC Uie •Connecticut State Guard" is 'disoontihifed here on Saturday. 1 '•••• • • ; - '. . . factory Manager , Pbilip . Hice today stated that, \viion • the eervicos or the- State Guardsmen conciude bore on Saturday,," that,; the "protection of-'.lho. Naugatuck.' ;,Gheinical Company nnd'Jlft atljiiccnt 'new' synthetic-" rubber plan I;, will :':be:' the : responsibility of the local, .planf,, niah- ftgoriion t, However, .it. \va's i ndicated that no regular troops pi'.'' .the'-.-Uni t- ed States Army enter the local' pic- • turc- in a protection •capacity;./; i ;'. ; Word "spread here like wildfire today to tbe effect, that n, .number pi' negi'Q, regulars would, take over tiro task' of guarding I/he Nauga\luck Oiomical Company pl-ant -after Sat- .urcltiy, and .that the ou HI', \vould 'have its own campy cooks, etc M just li'ko an army outfit on active, service. . •''••,.•: :•• ••-. ' "•••• ; ; ' ' •'•/ y-. 1 Tbe news was received .with .mingled -feeling by Naiigatucki'ans anrl caused widespread: comment, but Factory Manager Rice's; official, statement deilnitely cleared ;thq v ';plctuye'/ ••- •• • — : — ; -»*»"; '.;" X 1 --'";';^;^ Raynbam, Mass'., Sgt. pcvcns ' ' Ham !eh',r ;32l land was killed .instantly ;eai;ly;to day when the automobile in \ybicb be- was returning to Camp Eclwards. crasbed into -tbe ..rear'..; of a-vparlted truck on route 13$. near 'the' Tauri'- ton city line. ? ••• . ' ,' '"r : : ••"::.• • ' TREASURY BALANCE; : Washington, Jan. : 15--(UP)—Government expenses ; and receipts' for the' 'current .fiscal .year' through '.Jar'. 13,' compared with -:;a year ago:' ; . HIS YEAR— ''I—tASf; YKAU-^ •'•''• •••-•'•- /•:' Hecelpts ,;;;: ;; <:; --./' •;4 l 430 l 3i8;526.1.5: : v . ::": 3,079,231,501.57 ''8,100;-799jS95.'A8'-. : -^ 2,521 |i-17!!702.1^ Cash Dnlnnce } ,?,214,040,407.18 ,i,087,4J9,960,i3 One Crew Member Seriously Injured And 37 Suffered From Cold .- Rev. * :Artb ur, ; P; ; I Tn n ley, assistant : at St; Justin's chui-c-.h, Hartford, and ;a- nal,ivp ; ;0f "'WaTcrbury will be the .'principal; speaker; at • a large rally an'd. mceting-.qf the Holy, Name so- ':cjGLy ,0f ,;St : . Mary's parlsli, Union •Oi.l.y to'Vbc .hek'l in the -church hall 'oh next-, ^oriciay,. evening at 8 o'clock'. This rally will -climax a very siiccc'ssful .membership drive -.nb-vy '• b'dirig.i'carried- on throughout the parish. ' . • •'. Father' ' Han Icy', at present, ls : an appointee t.of. Governor Hurley on • the, VGamm-i'ttce. on .Unity and Amity ol/ -.the State . Defense' Council," lecturer, in, .ethics at the "Adult ; Scho6l of Hartford" and City Civics speaker; Father Manley enjoys" a fine reputation as a sound and in- torcsting-; speaker. 'For .his lecture' o'n next vMontiay evening Father Hanloy. has . chosen for his subject, .'•'Labbuiv,' an.d Unions, 11 a timely topio^ at- this time. ' In his lecture Father Han ley treats not only the .'rights of' Labour,' but 'n'lso the rights v -6t', the' Employer; not only .the abuses bC Capital, but 'also the mal-pr"actices'.;that- Labour may .be .heir to^' all of -which .ideas arc based ; upon., the .encyclical Lottors of Popes-. Leo ..trie thirteenth and Pius the 'eleventh'. ; ;it, is.,vcry evident, then, that the members of the Holy Name society of Union C'ity are; in for a real In- lellectual 1 ; treat 1 ! .when they wc'l- c.ome.' Father. .Hanicy on next Monday evening;' • ' FINAL WEEK OF w'i(,IV., last day, for the current autonioblle Inspection period; ?qnie;.Tr,000,, t 'iuto owners. In 'th'is' ai-ea'are : sll If del i liq uen t, i nspec- tlon . olficiajs announce.. ' Indications^ :are' 'the, \yalerbury lane's i; sviil. be' jammed,.-for,Ih'e rest of the ; .Sveek,',. A •'maolilne'-. which cipes-' not-.bear' .the' required -sticker i-Vtli.e-'.clHlver; who, will••.b,e given, a .summons.-.--, Inspectors 'will be (.akei'i-o'ff the lanes'and 'will 'go on,patrp). v 'dijly to fe'rret out the vc- hiclcs^Avh'lch have"-not gone through the- 1'ane.i'" :; . ; .''.•: " ' Jusi- : >yljat -;Mie situation 'will be. In cdl' in.spec'irpns. when' the. next in- V .period.i begins, -.'Is not •foiv ' : it 'is 'anticipated Mia* many; ..-thoiusancls" of. Connecticut cars ijlay be off the road cnf.lroly J)y I hat Mhic, 4 ' ' ' iSewport!'H.-J., Jan..15— (UP.)— The ni 4 8t : ener/jy submarine act-Jon 1 off the eastern", seaboard—the tpi'pcdoing .of the : .Pa'namanjah -'tanker .Nornoss — brought death to two .seamen, serious ;• Injury to' anolhtjr, and sent .T7 . more 'to- hospiLais, Che Niiv'y reported oHlcifilly -today,\,'•';•• '..;.'-"•".•'•.•".• " >-.". - t ilefti'^duilra)..}3il\y^ cbnVriiahdahi'pf. tiVeiNuviU', opera I ing- base • hcJ'o.-.-disoJosed ' the toll- at a press conference, in the library or the NttynJ-SVnr College.' Those inlSH- -'jng, .and presumed dead, , be -listed :as. Kaare Heinei'tson and'Kmll Brem- so(.b, Scandinavians.of -un,Known : ad: dresses'; ' Tbe .injured .man ;was Nils ' Mlkalson, address unknown,- who suffered a fractured kneecap am contusions. ..-,'•:• Admiral-Knlbus said most of MJI • S7; 'i'or -Immersion, ex posiirc and -nausea 1'r'oin -eontac wl'th oily sea water probably wouk ' be discharged . during Iho day au< turned'over to immigration author i ties 'as aliens'; The submarine,' Ho revealed; firs torpedoed tho Norn ess 'from .closi range on her port side, clrcVd 'he and torpedoed her on the fitarboain side, and Mien' circled' her. iigalr before firing 1 a third torpedo. i\\, ,l,h port side. Meanwhile,;'tho. Navy, wus ".dQal ing" with one oi\ more enemy sub marines menacing, the easier coast. • The nature of ilio "dealing' 1 am of ajl .matters pertaining to nava operations were mll'Itary secrets but It. was no secret that the Atlantic coast., on .which bonier Mu nation's largest eiti'es, most, bus: ports, and richest industrial districts, was closely protected by warplanes, surface ships, nnd submarines, and enemy submarines operating .off-shore were hi Immi'nen' ALLIED FORCES FIGHT ON LAND, SEA AND IN AIR Strong Attacks B y The Japanese Are Seriously Threatening Singapore REDS PUSH FORWARD Nazis : Make Surprising Stand Against British-.In North Africa (Continued on Two) VAILEY PLAYERS REDGROSSFUND Thc'-Valicy Players "announce thai Iholr comedy play '"pu'l; of the Kry- Ing' PanV Is In 'rchcarnal and will i -./.Wednesday, bc presojited, Vuary '25111. ''''"•.' The play will- be given for ••bene/ll- of the'Red Cross War lief Fund. f \ - -\ ',"' Ralph- S. ; Pasho has .donated use of the Gem 'theater for 'evening. -...'-. Fcb- the ' Re- tlie that FOR J.E. TALBOT • : Mrs, 'Martin ^LJJlis, secretary : . of the Polish Central",. said that the organization has gone on rcicord -as supporting : Joseph .13. Talbot, the Republican candidate, in the special congressionar elcc-' . tion Jan. 20. She said a few spoke against the' mdtioni .but a large majority voted for U. .. : ; rThc members..-of.' the polilica) .'committee reported 1 that 'the" or- ganl/aUon.hfis .not ,voicd tp Jndprse Mi', Tfllbot, . '•; .. .,..., ByiJOE ALEX MORRIS : '.'.' United Press Foreign JWHor Allied /Ighling forces were in action today on land, sea and air fronts slrolching from (he A Man Me seaboard lo gravely-t )n i u a I e n o d Singapore, : American operations were oonecn- traled in dealing with axis submarines off; '.the coast, whore the 0,577-l,on freighter Norness was sunk GO miles JVom Long Island, and in Ibo Balaan poninsula- of the Philippines, where the forces of Gen. Douglas Ma-cArt.hur fought off "aggressive" Japanese attacks • • <Oonlmucd on Pago- Three) TALBOT URGES ALL CITIZENS TO VOTE TUESDAY Local. Candidate For Congress Is Financing 1 His Own Campaign ALty. Joseph W. Talbol, for (Congressman from the flflh dl«- trlct of Connecticut-, lodny urged nl of his friends In Nnugntuck and ii •tho districl, l.o gel, out nnd vote 01 January 20, when the sijoclal elee Mon will be held .to eleet a sue ccssor to ,1. Joseph, of Wnlor* bury, who i-csfgnod I he office to ccp.tran .-appointment as n federal judge. Mr. Tftlbot nnhirally expects M large vole in his fnvor from Iho citizens of his hojiie town hut. ho wishes l.o impress upon l,he volers Mint e.'ich 'and everyone must exorcise' his 'or her right of on the 20th nnd no) depend upon bis neighbor l.o see Mr. Tnlliol. elected. Me also warned his friends Mint there are scvernl lowns In the district l.h»l. are normally Democra- Me and Inn I, NniiKjUuelrmust do Its part 1 in overcoming'any ncmoe.raMe, inwjoril-les in those communities. Mr. Tnlhot emphatically denies Mint his candidacy is being supporl.- 3d flnancialy by I-he Repnbllcnn )art,y. Me stated that he/has not re- jelved one "penny from t.hc'0. 0. P.. md thnt his election depends, upon lis own ability and fbe^support of i is friends. Al.ty. M-nlbol, has appeared In many .ommuniUes In the district in bis jrcsenl. campaign and plans l.o make ;evernl olber addresses before elec- ion 'day, next Tuesday. Moadn.i.iarl,- srs for the . TnJbot-For-Congress jampalgn liave been opened here U, No. 8 Church. s!,roet. v A telephone as been installed In. Mic office, call \'o. 5707 and all persons desiring In- 'ormaMon relative Lo the campaign IransporiaMon lo Mnv polls on lection day are urged lo notify Iho 'albot headquarters. Corregidor's Batteries Bag Two, And Possibly More, Heavy Japanese Bombers AMERICANS ARE HEAVILY OUTNUMBERED Their Success Is Due To Skill With Which Their Battle Line Is Drawn f »Y Press SlnlT Correspomionl.) Washington-, ,l;uu 15,— (up)—ocn. DoiiKlns. MacArthur'K forces today hold Iholr ground (Ictcrmlncdly ««-«lnsl. Htfgrusfilvc .Hl-lncHs by largo •lapanose conlingonln and . Corregidor's - bnU.ork»p bnggod I wo and possibly more heavy .Japanese bombers. Tho ,1,'ipaneso )an<] «,ssau)t nguinst MaoAHhur's l^uiunn province positions, said a .war departmonl ooin- niunliiiu?, was pressed vigorously,The. Am(»rii;ans and Filipinos,, although Heavily ou1nu|nl.Vori;d, "hol»t Iholr po.sJMpns' "with courage ami said,; arc- atlcmptlng- per«,enMy l.o inJUfral.e McAj'tbur'H lines but ap- paj'enliy with- lltllt* «ueoess due to l-hh skill 'with which the American commander has drawn his battle line. .. • • Japanese heavy bombers after nearly a wood's Interlude again attacked CoiTOgldor foplrcws guarding Manila Bay. ' ; '. ; A formulion of nine heavy ,Jnn- jniese hoinhnrs, lhr> communUiuo .said, utUoked the Uorregldor forll- Jloatlons. Two of Iho Japanese, planes were shot down by U. S. aiHl-nlrerafl. «'uns and rjlhcni were ilanjagetJ. ' • ' CaisiialMes among American troopn W(»re light and only sfnall damage was done, l.o fixed' Installations. * The, communique, • Indicated IbH MacArthnr ban employed tho pause. In Japanese bombing'o'f Gorregirlor to strengthen, his nntlfaircraft du- ferises, which limy hiiyn been l)a.t- lered In the ea.i'llor. Japanese attacks. ' ' The land altaek, the communique said, has boon "jingvessivo" \ .liipancso making "attempts at general in/lll.rnMon all along the line," "Ai'lhough greatly, outnumbored," (Continued on EJgbl) o NAUGATUCK AROMATICS PKAIU- IIAHUORI Aromallcs uniiouticcd lod»y n.slnblishmenl, of .new quarters at 25* nvonqc; Now York dly. ' ' ' ' , . ., i NungiH.uck aj-omalics ;»ro products, of the Nuugatuck Chemliuit Division, United Stales Rubber company of. JWO Slxlh avenue. Tbo'-iicw fncJI- ilios include I he sales h^julqunrters for !he nromal.Ics division, storage warehouse, and .lubornlories for resting and for development of new odors nnd for covering or hhrmon- jBlnpr rharao.lorislic odors of varied industrial products. In addition to supplying Iho. »rom»- llo products of Iho Naugatuck ii^nl plnnl. nl, Naugaluck, Conn., Nnugntuck Aromatlcs is Amoricnn roprosentallvc. for Bruno Oouri, C,r«'iss(», France; Louis Born- ond, Paris; and C. A. P, P., (Jtisa- nniNi, of Morocco. Warehouse inventories of Naug.i- Inck Aron»ftl.ks IncJwd'i broad lines of jiromnllii chemicals, oxtractionw, l)iis!c specifijtics and rare csscnlfnl. •)ils valued up lo $1/200 per pound. According, lo M. 0. Coudorcbct, ni;magf:r of Naugaluck Aromaljcs, Jhe of wj'ltlng paper, . riting inks, cosmetics, and certain irtielos of dress has been customary : 'or n number of years, But the per- 'uine industry is now expanding in JIP. study o; Industrial odors:)n or- Icr to coyer nonngrcftnble';:odor : >s In uf;h Industrial products as rubber, paints, ^Ijcllocs and typewriter rib--, bons, >' V 1 ' • ' ' " ' : 'v^ N""':-

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