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WITH WAR BONDS |l • Vol. LXVIII, No. 160 _ ESTABLISHED "1885 " "'-~" v '"~;;i,"A Progressive Newspaper For A Progressive Community!' ... ; ;.; . TUESDAY, JUI/y r nTT944~ ;V; : :--~~T WEATHER Showers Tonight Full Report On Pane S Leased Wire Service of the United Press N Price Three Centi Experts To Aid Board On Gem Lease Welfare Group Has Interesting Meeting- Regarding The Local Theater NauKiituck's bone of contention for runny >'"i"'s, tliu lease on the c>m theater may be placed on nunii' definite ha.iis In future years, following decision of tho Welfare Flaunt lit 11." meeting here last ni(,'lit to enguge tho nervlCL-s of :L hrtiniW engineer in order that co.-t'-f of heutinK the auditorium nmy t>e urnved lit, •fin* lie<iting report plus other fuel* t'l be determined from other survey.* lire expected to furnish concrete 1 figures by which the value of the theater, may be determined, fjiilph S, Pasho. present holder O f ih,. lease on the Gem theater m-i'ks ft renewal of the document on the same terms as formerly. Jl«) p'-j month but during the past two months some opposition ' l:ls nutwiuliMd in regard to this re- Two members; of the Town Hall fummittfv. Richard Durkin and John r-'lnsol, liiivu reached very ilefinite conclusions in the matter, Mr. Durkiri favoring ;i renewal at tho pri-.ient figure with Mr. .r-'lc\- si-l strccn>:ly for 1 :cn increase stating thiit the bomugh is. losing money on tile le.'ise. Mr. Kinsel at. last night's meet- In!: declared that a resume of jan_ ;tor co.its and heating would show (hot tin.' holder of the lease- in not puylnff tin- borough enough to allow the administration to brealc uvi-n in the matter. Mr. Durlcin declared that the MKI.H were not official enough Tor it busi.t ley which the. board cou'.d ; Jcti-rmine what should bi_- i-hur.ued on lb» li'iisn. With a motion by Louis Df(':arlo on the tub In foe u ron-wiil of the lease at tin- old fiifiire.t, and seconded by Mr, Dur- Mn, the board pro and coiini-l un tf.a mntter fot- nearly .MI hour. ,.,.. Finally it was tentatively "decided to cull Mr. Pasho In for, a hear-- injf In the matter. Before doing | so, Wurden Loo Br-ophy n .sited Unit the board first determine: what m- wan to be called in for. It was Uu-n decided not to en 11 .Mr. Pasho until It was determined wlnit the borough must, receive on tin.- lease to riuiico It worthwhile '.oceontinuf- to operate- the theater under tho conditions that huvo pi-i'ViilUrd hei-e for some years. Several of tho members of the biitird wt-re outspoken In dechir- Americans Fightinff The Japs In Burma Marshal To • • ••/ • . ." ' , Check On Will Accept 4th Term Nomination Michael F. Shea, Fire Marshal, WiU-Not Allow Canvas, Not Fireproofed T(tr«i<- lire M>MK.' of tlriK- Con. Frank Merrill'* "jMnr:n;rIi'r.s" dei'p lit the heart of Htirmn resting during :i lull In fiiilitiii;," tile -laps. The men of this unminuii rl are all volunteers :ind vehirunj, nf Hie S<in(hwest rneifif juti^li! fi^lilin^. The Army's old .standby, tin: mule, is .playing ;in important park in this w:ir ill the l--ar'K:ist.. Naugatuck Soldier Now In Hospital After Being Wounded On French Coast Private Janios. J. Braziel Of .'City Hill 'Street Writes From English Post Inv; Unit many taxpayers have- been critlr:l7.inf: the board for allowing; sucii a low rt-utiLl on the leit.se. Mr. Durkin and Mr. UeCurlo do- (Continued on rage 8) Local Resident Gives Up Post With State Dept. Jtimcs J, O'Brien, well known local n-hlrlr-nt who has bean afllllflt- i'<! with the State Hltfhwny dcpnrt- rnc-nt fi,r tht- past 17 year's, hua hni-n (orni'd to resign his post, due l" ill he-tilth, Fot-mon Howard Noble? report.". I-'ornnmn Noble praised the long reword of Mr, O'Brien find his nx- ccllcr.C". dp a xvorker, and Indicat- i'd hi.i hope that the local resident would hi- tiblo to resume his place In thi> near future. An article- relating to Mr. O'Brien wii.i mu-ried in "Cuts and Fills" the nllicinl paper of the State Highway <l'!piirttn,-nt. which nlso told of the rct-cnt cli-nih of Gerald F. Kynn. former rniploye of the State Highway tli-piirinient garage In IVauga- tuclt. ' . Privale James J. Braxiel of City Ttill street,' the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jam'!* rirnxi'.'l. Sr., received a nhrupmrl wound in the arm during the invasiiori fit' j^rance. according to a letter just revolved by his family. Private; L-ira^lel writes from an lOnglish hospital to state that lie wax hit In the right arm, but that everything was progressing nicely. Tho locnl .soldi';!' enlisted in the ..rmy December 2, 15-12 and w;is stationed in Texas for some months with an Infantry regiment. He arrived in Kngland sometime in Muy of this year, and apparently wns rushed immediately into the invasion picture. Ait'fur as could be nccertained today, the family of Private Braxiol was not notilled . by the government of the wound .sustained by the local youth. i-'rlvate Bra/del was an electrician at the Seovlll Mfg. Co. in Water- luii'y .prior to his enlistment. The wounded soldier has ». brother In the.' Army, Corporal John Bi'ozic! who entered the Army January 25.' 10-13 and is with the Eighth Station hospital in New Caledonia. Local Resident Rank Of Major Local Resident Receives High Rank In Marines ?tfr, ,-ind Mrs. I-T.irry Fog^r 'of Walnut street, today' were informed that thoir son, H.-icry, 21 yuacs of ayo, -;xnd alreudy a three ycit/'' \ 1 cLc 1 rrin in the U. S. .Marin Corps h.ns just been promoted ' to Master. Technical Sci'goant. 'the hiffhosl-. "rank" that ..airy enlisted 'man can. nttaiiT : in: ther'jMarincs. ' .'.' '' Chej't-y Point,. -N;. C., is a pradu- John Gray Conrmins. .of Gnlpin street, former' puroli.-islnjr n^'enl of the Unilcr! St.'itoa Rubber Company, who i.s in the U. S. Army Signal Corps, lias been promoted to the rank of major, his family has buen informed. Major Commins. ^'ho is a Krad- uate of Georgia Tech. Is a Loxlilu export, and \vas o.ffilinted ^-ith the LT .S. Rubber Company fool- wo;.tr [)ln.rit for .-everal 'years bo-, fore entering t-hc Army. A member of the .Reserve Offi- i:ors 'L'raininfr Corps at eolloKe.' Major Commins %v,is called iii'l.o'ser- vice aimo.-jl. three years nfro. 'Entering the service with I he r.-ink'of lieutenant. Major Commins advanced rapidly in rank until he has reached his present position. For the past several year.; Mm former "U. S." executive has been sliilionccl at the U. S.'Army Signal Corps Depot at P.liilndolplii.l. Pa., where he mnki;s his home with his wife, who also is' a former Tv'aufra- tuck resident. Representative Painter Issues Formal Statement Two Ways Of Using- Hot Air Wlliiim K. Boyette of At- Ucnt.a. On., plans tn drive a ai-wly Invented ruilroad en- jrinr i'it 12r> rnllifS per hour. Its imwe-r di-rivod t'rrem com- r»ri!M, ; d hot air. Hot air. not com-, but expressed. Is one of 'lie.- most voluminous eorn- moditk-s on the market these (| n.Vs, but you'll never find " Tn y of it in The .VaufCtituck .Vows' cltuwirinU »ds. That's wl 'V tlu-y usually ^ct as de- "irttbli- ti reception as this "n did: POUR IK-W roonm for rent lit '03 C^ocust street. In(:V.!"e Katherine Scllmellnski, 10 _ This AD \yas Insei'tetl in Saturday's paper and on Sat- urduy nljrht the rooms wero '''-ntcd. It took ONE insertion, is an example of our l results. Local G.O.P. Figure Avowed Candidate For State Senator Nomination Representative William A. Painter, in announcing his^c.-mdidacy for tho nomination for G. O. P. state noriator from the Mth Senatorial district, today issued a formal statement outlining his position on the matter. Rep. Painter may have some local oposition in the candidacy for state senator inasmuch as Judge Thomas Neary, for some lime is rumored to have his eye on that post. However there was no further cleaeance in this point today. The statement of Representative Painter is as follows: "After serving In the General Assembly as n representative from Naugatuck for the past two years I am now desirous of becoming the Republican candidate for the Stute Senate from the Mth Senatorial district. . "I nerved my .apprenticeship in the legislature as a member of the committees on Labor and on .Incorporations, The Labor committee Is one of the most imporUint Hat In The Ring- (Continued on Pape 8) —C«Hli iwld for musical Instrii- iiK-ntH. pliinos. radios, |)linn«jrra.|ihs. Melro Mimic Mart, 88 Clmrr.li St. Tel. 5287.—Adv. . Fire Marshal Michael F. Shea suld this morning that he .wi make u check on all Carnivals and 'Buziiiirs that ure beir.R held or will be held'in Naugatuck. Any event that requires canvas 'will not be allowed to continue if the covering is not llrcproof.or if there is any defective wiring on the premises. The measure i.s purely .a precautionary one after the fire in the circus tent of Ringling JSrothers- Barnum and Bailey, in Hartford last week, which so far has resulted in 159 deaths. The city of Waterbury has also taken, steps, and several community or, church carnivals have been halted as the city lire marshal deemed tents and canvas coverings Are hazards.. . Mr. Shua said .that he would' in- vestigate'to' the conditions undcr which' the St. Hcdwijf's church bazaar, is being held, although it is reported to be held in the church pavilion, which is a wooden build- Ing, aTid all booths are ot wood. St Mary's, parish .is also planning a bazaar, an* Marshall Shea will also chficlfup on that affair. Mr. Shea feels that although a catastrophe as • the one that occurred' in Hartford last week may never happen . again, it is fitting and proper that precautions should still be taken, especially in places like Naugatuck,. where .. such' • a thing people think, is virtually impossible. .. , PRESIDENT FRAJfKLIX D. ROOSEVELT ..LATE Corp. Thomas Hoey In Group Twice HAKKV FAGER Masli^r Tci-liiiic:iJ Scritoant. nte of the Naugatuck hi'sh. school, and in August celebrates his third year as a member ot Uncle Sam's famous .Leathernecks. The local soldier was in the Southwest Pacific war zone for 19 months and during that time, was stationed on Guadalcanal and .New Coledonia, where he wus' in charge of crews spi;ciali/.i!if; in the ^ul- vagc of airplane instruments. 6no story that is told of Scr- ge.-.ir.t Faffnr is f.hat a Marine re-, cruitin™ sergeant • at Springfield, Mass., where the local youth en- listod. deliberately winked at'the fact that the local boy was not tall enough, according to Marine regulations, but he was so impressed by the youth's enthusiastic spirit that ho added to.the recruit's height his fine crop of curly hair that stands almost two 'inches ovni" the top of Fagcr's head. That the Marine recruiting sor- geant made no mistake in his - tini.-i.tc of Paper's worth to- the Marines .is attested by the. ijrcat record the Joca] Marine has made in his tffrce years.in the. service. (Special to The N'ews) At a 12th' A, A. F. Base, July 11—Cpl. Thomas F. Hoey, 70 Walnut street, Naugatuck. Conn., 'lias" served overseas IS moiv'Jis as an Airplane Mechanic;, with a. Bomb Group of B-2G Marauders v.-'.iich President Roosevelt twice ciied for "outstanding performance of duty in action." He is entitled to wear the blue, gold-framed Distinguished Unit ribbon—the only army award' worn 'ibqvc the rig>h l-h.ijnd blouse pocket.' Oldest medium bomb group in the Mediterranean, the Marauders were cited for exceptional boinb- in'g accuracy on. two occasions: the attack ot March. 3rd on the Ost- icnse rail yards in Rome and the March llth bombing of the main Florence rail yards. ITU .each case the bomb pattern was so consen- trated as to prevent damage to cultural objects near the targets^ The citations noted thai. :.hc accuracy of the Rome raid was achieved despite -heavy' anti-aircraft fire and -that the'Florence bombing involved flying "a hazardous over-walur route under verse weather conditions." Fresidont Roosevelt today announced that he was willing to accept 'the IJi-mocratic nomination for a fourth -term in office a« .the president of the United Stales. The President declared that during U>'* time of economic and military stress throughout the world he felt it his duty to again make his services available to his country. President Roosevelt Will . Democrats Nominate Him TI7*SI* A P I William A, runner Of f eadow Street, Succumbed Today Chairman Hannegan Tells Mr. *Rocsevelt Nomination Assured Borough Board Holds Special 'Meeting Tonight Air Line Official To Speak At Meeting Of Rotarians Wed. Hartford, Conn.', July 11—CUP)— An inquest begins totlay into iast Thursdny's circus fire which claimed one-hundred and 58 lives. Five; officials of the Ringling Brothers, Bnrnum and Eailey circus already, tire charged with technical manslaughter. The investigation will determine if there was criminal- liability in disaster. connection with the. "Post War Aviation" will be the subject of -the speech of' Sidney Collins, of the American Air Linos The -borough -board of warden and burgesses will hold a special meeting to-night in the courtroom a.I. Town Hall. The original meet- Ing date was postponed because of the naljon.il -holiday on July •!. The monthly report of Fire Marshal Michael F.^Shca will be.-l.urncd in and may. cause some comment among the borougih fathers. .. An, increase of. $700 for John Wilkas, .of Middlebury, who disposes ot borough garbage, will probably be approved, as that amount has -been provided for in • the. 'annual' budget. Routine business—a probable request from residents of Cherry street. c.\l,onsion "for a sanitary sewer; and -a probable protest from residents of North Main. street, voicing objection to the use of the Eastern Malleable Go's land for dumping grounds— is expecl.cd to bo covered. ' William A. Fulmcr of 161 Mca- down street tiiocj early today at the Waterbury hospital after a long illness. The local resident was born in Montoursvillc, Pn., and hnci lived in Naugatuck for the past 13 years. Mr. Fulmcr, who was an employe of the United States Rubber Co., retired about five years ago. .He was a ."2nd degree Mason and wns afllliatcd with Masonic groups in Williamsport, Pa. Mr, Fulmer is survived by his wife, Myrtle, one sister Mrs, Albra ad- j w. Reoder of . Williamsport. Pa,, and one brother Harry, also of Williamsport. Friends may ca!l at the Buck- miner funeral home, 20 Park place tonight from B' to S o'clock. The deceased will be shipped tonight to VViiliamsport, Pa., to the Noll funeral home which will be open to friends on Thursday, from 3 to C and. 7 to 9 o'clock. The interment w:ll be at 2:30 o'clock on Friday afternoon in the Wildwood ccmetcrv, 'Williamsport, Pa, Washington; July i: — (U P) — ] President Roosevelt says he will run for a fourth .term if the Democrats nominate him nexl. week at 1-heir convention. Mr. Roosevelt made Jiis position officially known in n letter to Chairman Robert. E. Hannegan o •the Democratic national commi- tae. Hannegan had -told Mr. Roose velt that -his nomination was as «ured. And in • reply to that, th chief cxe'culJvc stated: "If the con vcntion should carry this'.out, aj (nominate me for tho presidency, shall accept. If the people elcc me, I will serve, x x x In this wa I have as. little right to wi!hdm\ as the soldier has to leave his pos in "the line." Mr,- Roosevelt read the Hanne gar. leiler a.nd his reply to his new conference aflcr locking the door, of his office. Here is the full text of the President's letter in reply. "You have written me that in accordance with the, records a majority of tho delecrat.es have been directed to vote for my renomina- tion for tho cilice of president, and DJ2 GAUI.I-E Ki OTTAWA; Ottawa, July 11—(UP)—General Charles • de Gaulle has arrived in Ottawa by plane from Now. York. Canada's -Prime Minister Mackenzie'King greeted the French general. , . .. , -oOo 58.00O SORTIES London, July 11—(CD—Allied hcudquBrterit announce* that Allied warplanen flew Sft.000 wortlea during the Tim month of the western invasion of Europe. Allied uir losKCh amounted In one per cent during the flrnt month. The loHHCx amounted to 1,284- plancN. \n\\SCK IK ITALY' Rome, July 11— (UP)— Two col. lumns of American troops in. Italy • now are pushing- towards Livorno in a . two-pronged drive. On the west coast, American troops advanced two and a-half miles north ot Castellina. Farther inland, tho Americans moved •o. about eight miles northwest, of Volterra. oOo AMERICAX BOMBERS "' London, .Inly 11—<U1»)—More than 1,100 American heavy bombers attacked Munich In »outh- crn Germany today.' The assault was carried out dcwplte bad weather and severe anti-aircraft fire. TOULON UOMBED Rome, July 11—<UP>— American heavy bombers based in the Mediterranean .area' today rafd- ed the -big port of Toulon on the southern French coast. Town Clerk's Of f ice Busy With Absentee Ballots (Continued on Pajre' S) Waste Paper Collection On Here July 24 And 25 Chairman C. Arthur Fager Hopes For Record Collection Of 50 Tons COKNWATX WOMAN Boston; July 11—(UP)—The Connecticut socialite who was mysteriously bludgeoned lii her . West at the weekly dinner arid meeting (Cornwall home 26-days ago is now fully conscious. Mrs. Francis, Lee Higglnson, Jr.; today could eat, speak and recognize friends. However, doctors said her • condition was not yet well enough to allow questioning, by police. of the Naugatuck Rotary club at Stratton's tomorrow. The mooting will start at 6 p.-m. Last week the Rotarians 'viewed a Navy film, "The'-Lifc'- and-'Dbath of the Hornet,"'and listened 'to tho commentaries of Chief Petty'..Ofll- ccr John McArthur. . • •'• The club will have as 'its guest "Lieut. .William -T. Rodenbach of the U. S. Army Air Forces. —War workers find tliut Jeff's Restaurant offers delicious, healthful foods to keep-.one In tip top shape,' these hot, sticky days.—Adv. The next Paper Salvage collection in Naugatuck is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday. July 2-1 and 25, the Paper Salvage Committee decided last evening at its meeting in the office of tho Naugatuck Daily News. Chairman^C. Arthur Fagcr, hend of tho group and Superintendent of Streets Harold Murtha, decided upon the dates as' the success of the drive depends upon the aid of the borough ' department head and his hard-working crew! that in the past has done such a magnificent job.' . • : James F. Kissanc. who heads all Salvage ( Committees here, at lost night's meeting revealed that Naugatuck is procuring approximately (Continued on Page S) Flying Cadet From Naugatuck At Florida Base Wcl! on his way towards becoming a sky-fighter in. Uncle Sam's A, A. F., Aviation Cadet Zanc • John Czaplicki is now at Lodwick School of Aeronautics, 1 Lakeland, Florida. The course cov- .ers elementary and acrobatic fly- tog. The school, SZGOUi A. A. F. Base Unit, The office of the town clerk is busy these days addressing envelopes for absentee ballots for residents of Naupatuck in the armed forces. Raymond J. St. John town clerk, said that about 200 ballots had been mailed out up to this afternoon. Mr. St. John has received requests from men in the services, and the registrar of voters has also ordered ballots to be sent. The town clerk was issued 1,200 ab-^ sentec forms by the state • last month. Most of' the ballots that have been sent out iwcrc addressed in. care of postmasters, indicating that men overseas would be getting ballots. An estimate of SO per cent is made by Mr. St, John in regard to the number of forms going overseas. Two Evon Brothers Reported To Have Arrived In England Mr. nnd Mrs, Arthur Evon of Hillside avehuc have received word that their two sons, Robert and Leon, have arrived safely overscns and are now somewhere in England -with the U. S. armed forces. • Leon, a sergeant in the air corps, served two years in the Pacific, prior to his, i-e-assipnmont. His address is: Sptx Leon Evon, S-JSth Bomb. Sqd., 490th Bomb. Gr., APO 559, c-o Postmaster, New York, N. Y. ' His brother's address is: Pfc. Robert W. Evon, -J25th Ambulance Co. (Motor), APO 5294, c-o Postmaster, N. Y. A-third brother. Earl, a private, is a member .of a cavalry unit in the Pacific: Sons Of The Union fleet Wednesday Isbell, Camp '35, Sons., of I he Union; will have a meeting- Wed- icsday evening at the Veterans or Foreign Wars rooms on Rubber venue. Theodora HincWey, commander, ill preside at the session, whicii tarts at 8 p. 'm, . . ' " JAJ? WAR INSURANCE ':•:.. New York, July 11—(UP)—Tho okyo radio IK ur'ping-. the Japs.ne«« , eople.to..t».kc out wac casualty.in- oporates under Army | surance. The FCC in New York Air Forces Easl.ern Flying Training Command. Maxwell Field, Ala. v Cadet Czaplicki is the son" of Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Czaplicki v of 15 City Hill; street. Naugatuck, Conn. He-was graduated from Nnu- gal.uck High school in 1935. At the time -ot 'his appointment lo cadet Irain.jng he was an the U. S. Rubber Co. employe of says the broadejast mentioned Uie . recent, air attacks on the Japanese homeland and 1 what Tokyo, called "other clrcum«tancc»." . • . —When you think of Vacation and Holiday ClolhoK, If* Raphael'* Style and Ix)W Price hand.— Adv. ro hand !•

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