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Tuesday, July 11, 1944
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Page Two NAUGATUOltDAILy NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 11, Three States Go To Polls Today In Primary Elections (By Unlliwl I'nwO Michigan', Mussaclui.Mi'tti and Utah voters go to the polls today In primary elections. In Michigan, ciirulidtiti-M will be nominated for govoi-noc, llmitermnt governor, and congressional- representatives. liVtrok officials M\.y little Interest has boon .evidimced in I hr cumpnlxn. They plan to .sound thi> all- rnid sirens twlc to remind voturs it Is election da In Utah, the- nrlmury election marked by hotly-contested can As We WERE SAYING.. 1W1I Tcli-lihonr l-ih's IH'W ninvii- i-ami'ru will lukt* 1,000 fnll-ciilnr plcturr, H.oou In liliivk mid whlti', ii venial. To iiehlrvi' the hitter, the film must tmvi'l TO mllt'M 11 n hour. Because n. recent six-month test shows It comparable to the ch-mii-ial pulp made, bamboo mny soon b<> supplying much-needed additional pulp for paper nmnufuctut't.'. rirf:iui-ie Ciiptuiii -lohn 1'inil .tfnni'ft—<>rl)fliiul name, John J'ltul —in.HlNted Mult the Keys to thci powder, niiiK:izlno '»' turned over In him eiieh night, the ritual of ImiullllK them ti> the Oliptnln prr.HiMls today even on our Xiixl or Jap homboi 1 onn fly so high thuL iHiE- now antl- Ti-nl't giant gun—now in uc- tLial combat operation—cannot reach him. It weighs 13 tons, can fli'o '12 BIO shells n mln- ufe, has a crow of 19. In spite of an .American leniency to splurge, no one hut yet teen induced f*» r**iil that 5-1- rrmm upiirtinent eiim|>lele<| in Xew York noine two years w.'.l>^ palgnst for thu Republican anil Democratic nominations for governor. ' • • .Me:inwhllo,' iticomplrLo returns I'rotii yostei'day's oloction in Minnesota shows Governor- Kdwrircl Thyo I'uiinlti;,' well'out in front''in* his raoo t'or the Koimblican gu- hut-natorinl nomination. [n Washington, Amerlcr.n officials arc awaiting President velfs appraisal at his talks with General 'Cluu-Ins dn Gaulle*. The j^rcsident's commcnLiJ may Indl- catu thu future course of United States foreign policy toward, Fi-ance. Also in Washington—thp Ajrs'i- culcuro Doprirtment predicts that American fui-mcrs will hurvost vec- onl crops again this your. .13ut tlo- ' pnrtment officials arc concerned by the drought that Is spreading in sections oust, of the Mississip At Brotton ' WooclH. N, H., the success of the United Nations monetary and financial conference now appears certain. There are indications that the United Stales. Great Britain and Russia arc backing t.hc project with increasing vigor. The three countries -are expected to force spiic-dy decisions. Two Mass. Sheriffs Must Appear In Court To Answer Charges Dejvey At Home Pittsficld, Mass.,' July 11— (UP) — Two deputy sheriffs must appear in Superior court Mond.iy to an- iwer cliargos of altcmpting to •fix" the jury in the first, murder 'riiil of Johiiv F. rs'oxon. Jr. William A. Ford of Tjiio Is accused of. holdi'H.E: an hour-loner k with the jury foreman in an attempt to influence hi;! decision, 'ord — a World war T navy veteran who received the Congrcs- j ional Medal of Honor — also is a.c- uscd of gambling wilh jury mcm- BEACON FAIiLSv Correspondent'^ phono Local Soldier Married In Cal. June 27th •"V .>*'" A neighbor . shakes hands Gov. Thoni:i.s li...JJuwey us others wait their turn nt a liuini* town ree.epliiui in I'liwllnt;, N. Y.-it w:is the GOT presldcntliil nominee's first visit to his farm home slneo his return from tho Ilepiil*- liraii convention in Chicago. (International) Prince Bernhard Of The Netherlands Talks With Pope Wallace H. Koxoi- of North Acl- ms, the other deputy;, is otiarged with teHing the jury that Noxon's ounsel would like to Icnov.- what loir reactions wore. The contempt aclion will bo card Monday. Meanwhile, the rippled Noxon av/aits execution fter being convicted of elnrtrocut- his baby son la.-: Soplambcr. Funerals Vant to know how to Ret ft Vaufratuck National PERSONAL LOAN by phono? Simply dial 22s*'. and for Mr. Wil- rnot. Tell him what you want, tvnd next day you'll receive a loan application form by mail. Fill it out as directed und bring it or mnlt-'it-lnto thc-'bnnk. It ^vill br jjlven OUL* ..Irnmodliite attpntlon. And v/ithln 2-1 hours —which would be the following dny—-a nhock for the Inan will be mailed to you. Not long to wait, is it? Bust of all, the Inan will cost you only S-l to SC per year per $10 borrowed, with no extra or hidden charges of any kind, thft life of the borrower will be insured for the unpaid balance and life of the loan at no additional cost; and you will bf ^iviTi a full year to repay In small, convenient monthly installments. Mrs. .Allies production xoul 'if 5,I)57,IM),IMII) 1-1,'KN Is I'nod Adniliilitrution. the I he War Jil.M Today's anfrdotp: Nicholas II was playing Tennis,at Pet'jrhoC. When the Emeperor was hand- erl a telegram, he had twn ten- rils ball In his luft hand, the rackt-t raised ready to serve, In his right. Ho. too.k the >, ( Me- wrnm witli his right hand, raised racket and relegram to his eyes, read: 'T-iussian fleet annihilated at Khushinm Stop Nearly all our ships sunk.""The C/.nr shoved the telegram Into 'ils trouser ponket. "Thii'ty-fifteon," he Mjiid, i;nd served. Said Hrigndicr-Generiil Auliy C. Strickland: "The war will hi- over by .Vnveinlier—by Arml- .stlre Hay. I'll .xtlek my'neck out nn thnt." Tn this war nf metals. Cnrboloy has played a vital rolf because If. is thr* hai-dest metal .made by rnan—nearly as hard as diamonds. Within a relatively few months. Carbnlny helped offset almost a decade of Axis war production. Tools with Carboloy Lipri removed millions of tons of. motnl nt cutting speeds onco considered impossible. It has ncredlbly speodfid (he fabrication of parts for tanks, planes, guns, cartridges, shells. Could It IIP thill .America I 1 rnrtnl phmp ,'i.t nil answer to hnf nf flu- Nil'/is? GttniTiil Moor*' C'liiirlfs F. KotU'.rlnc voiihln't .Miiy yes, and , ho vnnldn't my no. >Iilll;iry ,sc(.-iir- ty prevented him' from disclos iijf "(irrm'iit di'Vi'loiniH'iils." The funeral of .\rrs. Agnns (Church) 1-liggins, wife of Horace Hi^gins. 1-l'J Aetna .-erect, who died Sunday night, at her residence, will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at. tlu AlderMOn funeral liomc, 201 Meadow rUrcot. Rev. Edward R. Tlance, pastor of l^ie Congregational church, will officiate, and burial will be in Grove cemetery. Friends may cail ct th.-.* fur.era! home tonight from 3 to u and 7 to 0 p. m. ' PIERPONT'S I(r^lNtrri>il ,Ti*\v»'ll'r.N. AtniTliMin (.'i-iii Sfii-loly 1.111 HANK STIIICKT r>ncn NS—Mrs. Agm*s (Church), of M9 Af.'lna stront. Funeral Wednesday, July 12, at 2:30 o'clock from Aider-son Funeral Homo. Burial in Grove cemetery. Rome, July 11—CUP)—The name or Prince Bernhard of l.hc Netherlands—who was received in private audience yesterday by Pope Pius—again is In u!lc news. Bornhard—the prince consort of Crown Princess Juliana of Holland— is a German nobleman by birth, bul he now wears the uniform of, a general in the Free Dutch army. Before lie married Julian.-!. Bernhard was an officer in Hitler's black-coated elite (roops. After .his marriage, he turned thoroughly anti-N.'tsti—in fact, he now believes Germany -has lost her right to full recovery after the war. Bernhard was born at Jena, in Germany, on Juno 29th., 13.1.1. He studied til Berlin university, later entered the German chemical concern of I. G. Fa.rben, and worked for this firm in, Berlin, and Amsterdam. This .la.ll young man. with the studious look—made still more serious-looking 'by eye-glasses—is' at heart more the sports-lover than the student. It was in 1337 that .he was hurl, in an automobile crash. Quaen Wil- minn. and Princes; Juliana were so concerned that i.hey ordered apartments set up for lhamsolves at Burgos hospital in Amsterdam. When the prince reached the convalescent stage, bolh of them — particularly ihe queen — {rave tha- you-ng Speed-enthusiast a strong scolding for his reckless ways with an automobile. Fond of riding, skiing, flying 1 , an ardent follower of automobile racing—he is a thoroughly modern young- man, with none of the stil'f- 'neckod pomp of many of Europe's arhaocruts. Well known in Berlin :L:UI Paris society, he is extremely I'rn-I of music — even rrollnola iaz!! records for his. portable phonograph. H was at tho winter Olympics :n B.-ivaria that Bcrnahrd 'met' Juliana. II was early in 1'lHr,. Ii: the fall of that ycnr, the pair me! Miss Anno- M. 'Marcy, of Mrs. I'sahelle Marcy of 11 Stom street, Danbury, -was mari-ic<l Jun L'7 ,l.o S-Sn-l. boiii.s G. Bediunt, son •"f Mrs. Louise Gro.n of Bqacoi Falls, Conn;, and 'Murysy^lle, ,CaU fornla. ' ' '' '- .',''. • The cercmo-n.y wus performed b> Rev. Daniel McCarthy. >;ect6r 01 the Roman Catholic churcJi. ...oi Murysvillo.- Miss Mai'lc E, -Mug-lcr oC Marys- vllle and Cpl. Jullu.s Chotner,. -tth Ord. <M. MJ Co,, Cojnp.--Ben.-Ic Miu'ysville, attended the'couple. •: The bride wjia dressed In.'a white chiffon ft-o w n with neckline and throe nunrtor' 1 Icnffth sleeves, tlura of ch'iffonr orange blossoms and shoulder, veil and cnrried white gardenias and bouvardlas, • . .- ... -.; .' A reception, was held .at-G .p..-. m. nt the Marysville 'hotel. Sgl.. and Mrs. Bcdient loft "for Grass Valley where they will .remain until July 5th, at which time Sgt. Bedlcnl. will bo tra-nsfcrred .to Camp Ord, Calif. The couple wil). then make their home in Monterey. Calif. . „ The bride's I raveling costume-was a yellow suit witli lavender accessories. The former Miss Marcy attended the Gov. George Clinton School, Pouj-rhkcepsic, and the Pough- keepsic High school, and had'moile her home i-n Danbury for the past "—IN-MEMORIAM . For the':lKiin;fil, of;. JUTKOIIH who wish f0 • remeiiilH-r . UIOHO .who liiivo lett thin world, wo hiivc . :i collection of "In Mc- -'inorlitin' 1 vi;rs<;s that nmy l>c iMM>rtn(]yln Tin; NOWH for ten '<:ci)tKv.pfir Hiic per' duy. Thin Includes your iiiunc, tin; date and the' name of (lie porgon whom 'you wlnh to remember, uii' itmy .VIIH'O tiny verm- you wlNh provided it liUMii't-bcvn iiNCd • .by unyuiitt • elfH. There ' arp' .ycrsW to -milt nil perHonn-j and occasion**. There- nrc alno ;vi:rneiii- '.far''': those-''•who'"'jjjivc ; .'thi'lr llviiN In '.the--ftcrvlce"'•of: 1 . •••their country.. -No--onlern-'will- over- tho t«l<*|)hon«j.; Another first In*S;Biibber Co-^Music Series three years. She was employed at the Bard Parker Co.- and Conger Lung, Bethel. - •' '•' • /Sgl. Bed lent graduated- from the Naugatuck High school, ' JVrtuga- tuck, Conn., and has served t.wd year.* in Alaska ii,, the Aleutians'. He saw action at Dutch Harbor and returned to the States in February of this year. Fprjthe'so.'cond "tlmei this season ,hc :U.. S. Rubber company and the -Tow York Philharmonic Symphony lave the honor, to. present another premiere. .Sunday, July 23, macks he world debut of Dmitri Shosta- kovich's version of Moussorgsky'B 'Boris,Godunov." • Earlier in' the season another Shostakovich' work, the long-hcr- .Ided "Eighth" was given its West- 'rn'-Hemisphere premiere. 1 This is n'keeping'Wth the ' U. S. J Rubber onipa'ny's policy of offering; to' the ublic the.vest best in the world of music. ."' . • • , Excerpts from the Shostakovich' version of "Boris Godunov" will be heard over .CBS network. Conducted -by Fritz Reiner, the program' Soldiers' Mass A Mass for the mar. in the armed fon:es will be sung tomorrow morn in),' al St. Michael's church.' At St. Miiry's Hospital Veronica Boyarohok 'of (!C Railroad avenue, was admitted lost night at St. -Mary's •hospital for a surgical operation. Her condition was reported ^ood by hospital authorities although .she had not yet been operated, on. >v.ill .have-as-ffuost soloist, Alexan der. Kipnis,. .Metropolitan Opera bass. Mr. Kipnis will sing the mono-lo(juc and hallucination scone and the famous Boris' farewell from the final scene. Not yet. produced- in his native Russia, Shostakovich's version of Lhc MoussorKsky opera, is a radical I departure from the Rimsky-Kor- sakav and ,onr; that Leopold Sto- kotvski and the Philadelphia orchestra made famous. Shostakovich has retorted several passages .whiclv previously had been deleted by RimskyKorrtikov. [Both men employed the same size orchestra, sav the recent addition .ot a piccolo nnd a contra bassoon. Columbia Rebellion Expected To Be Put Under Control Soon According' to statislics of se'lco l.lvo sen,-ice, 240,00 men have been rejected by. the armed forces because of deficiencies in their education, or schooliny. How to select a NEW YORK HOTEL FULMER, William A, of 1(11 Meadow street., July n, 10<H. Funeral Friday at 2:30 o'clock in Williamsport, Pa. Burial in Wildwood cemetery, Willinmsport, Pa. f you wot the bottom of the ice ray before putting It Into the rcoxer, your cubc-w will freeze astnr. Snid Olin Mllli:r: "Von prnhnhly wouUln't worry -iihont what pco- plc think of .vim lr you could know how seldom they do." THE NAUGATUCK NATIONAL BANK Monitor of Federal Dcpoilt 'Cor|Kirntlon Buckmiller Funeral Home 22 PARK PLACE Telephone 4334 IN OUK GIFT TABLE and BOUDOIR LAMPS Splendid Sclrclion NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NEARV BUIMJ1XG Tol. 5212 in Swit/.erl.-ind. Be.-nard pro- poi-ed. and Juliana accepted. 'When the Nobhorland princess married Bernard, she followed tile example -of her mother — Wilhelmina— who married another G-cr- mu:i prince, the lalo Prince Hcn- drilc of Mecklenburg. Bernard got or-e break the fn.r- mtr prince consorts did not pot, Through ulic (,-cnerosity of Queen Wil'helmina, Bernhard never ha* beon financially dependent upon tils royai wife. T.he qucon changed Dutch law to allow the young prince an annual income of his own. The i'n-comc amounts to about .{000,1)00 a. year under normal exchange conditions. This amount vfiha voluntarily deducted -from her own income, so that the people would not have to be taxed to provide l*e allowance. Bcrrihard is a favorite with both Wilhclmlna— his mol.hcr-hi-law — and with the Dutch people. Once, loyal Hollanders set off Nazi riots in the occupied Netherlands by v.-ucirinK Ihe prince's favorile flower — the white carnation. Prince Bornhard has answered their devotion by what he calls becoming "100 per cent Dutch." When he visited the United Slates in 19-I1, he told it would lake years to set the-German people straight again. J-n the words of Holland's Prince Bernard: "They had Itioir c-hancc before Hitler came into power. Si-p.-ce .I.hey didn't taka it— .since thoy Jiavo pone along with what has been done — I think they arc going lo 'have to take what is coming to them when Germany is ds- fealed." Bogota, Colombia,'July 11—CUP) —The government of Colombia says it expects a revolt by a band of military olllcials to be brought under control soon. So far, the rebellion has confined itself to one cit.y—Pusto—where the military leaders seized the 'Colombian president, Alfonf.o Lopez. Vice-President Dnrio Enchandin. has taken over as actins president, and says the full powers of. the government will be used to-put' down the revolt, • The revolutionary movement Is' headed by Colonel Digogcnes" Gil.- who seized tho Pasto Radio sta-' tion, and made a broadcast-'pro-: clalminjT himself president; of the' republic, ' ... ... . Dispatches from "Caracas, Vdnc-' 7iiela, say the revolutionists have- seized other government officials in. : addition to President-'Lopez.'. The dispatches also say that ''two. loyal- army forces are • marching- on Pasto from different'directions, to quell thi? revolt. '.'.,--. Full details of the president's arrest arc not available as communications with tho town of Pasto were cut off at tho time of the uprising, The government press calls the outbreak Isolated and lacking any importance. However, acting President- Echandia says that Lopez still is being held prisoner in Pasto. Echandia has declared a state- of siege throughout the country. A stride censorship has been clamped on and newspaper circulation has been curbed to a great extent. Reports from all state capitals says that local garrisons remain loyal to the. government—and that civilian autfibritios have full con trol o'f the situation. Most of the capitals and largo cities had reported demonstrations of protest against the Pasto uprising. Lopez recently tried to quit the. presidency. But the Colombia congress refused to accept his resigna-' tion. in one easy lesson Naturally, you'll find tho most comlorlablo of rooml, tho finest of fqods,;.tho.friondl!pst of. servico at Tho Commodore . . ..-buf.-ypu'll find.all this plus tho.extra added attraction of tupremc accessibility. The..Comrnodore's central lo- catfon, unrivalled, in,tho city,, puts you close to all Midtown centers of business, shopping, amusement and sightseeing. This is an important point just now . .. with transportation not what it- used .to be and time so vital to everybody . .. doubly important if you .don't know New. York any too well. Home maks reservations *arly, cpnctl unwonltd robins promptly oiid chitk out oorly on departure days. . 2,000 laigi, confaMobli, nulildt roonii, oil with piivoti bath • THI LommoDORE B»st Located Hotel" MASTIN SWCENV. Pr.ildoi" KIGHI AT GKANC C I N T It A I AND AlKIIMli HRAUNA1-, Nazi Production Stage, Say Experts Washington', July Jl—CUP)—Announcements' In Washington reveal growing evidence that Nazi war production Ig.nearlnjr .Mio critical tttagc. At -I'he same time,, it is disclosed .'that, the United States 1 Army : 'In" stopping' up' its 1 output of heavy artillery ; -to: a -considcr- ' " ' :-A comperteon of Allied and Axis war machines- prompts -the- foreign -^economic administration to nukeC- this''"flat:'statement: That the 'dofoiH.--.of Germany is a substantial certainty; In' 1945 — if not The ''F-E-A prediction is based, •on-'Informationv from'Allied military: leadere. It is stated thai. Gcr- muny '; cannot meet - the full ncale of Allied. iatAc)m.,v,pn, the onulcm. uoul.hcrn and wcjfern'*. Officials-also point, out •'•that Germany with, her production capacity . lowered, uHlmu.!*Iy will be pinched for munitions. ,'-.;.. '•'.-; In oontrasl,, Ihc American -army is i-ncrcasing lt« production of big shells by several hundred per cent. The War department says• / thai practically all ammunition ' loading plant* will be enlarged, along wilJi chemical and explosive works. The program is in keeping wil.S tho army theory that.the greater the weight of ammunition :uned. the more-Allied lives that/call, be saved.''-' ...-•-' < • • • PILES? S!i GOUT-PIECE-IN-KAIMSIf Chicago (UP)—Jack 'and the beitnutalk have nothing on .Tack Tames,-12, of.-Oak Park., • III.;-, and his victory garden; . When Jack wont-out to pull a few radiation for dinner one day he noticed'.i particularly juicy-looking'one. He bit into it and found a five-dollar- fi-oM piece around -which the radish had grown completely.•••• l - •" "dyne's of Gout* Thai 1 .-* right. ClyntVii. to go for hand»om«, that are treasured; ''" CLYNE GLASS 2!» llurriton Avc, NOISY BKDMATJS Cambi-idKe, Mass. (U P)—When Mrs. Claire Chnter, 28. of Norwell testified at a divorce hearing thnt once her husband made her sleep in the barn, the jud^c was skeptical. ''Was anyone else in the burn with you?" he asked. "Only a cow," she said reassuringly, "and she kept me awake all night with her mooinfr." BAF OVER. BERLIN London, July 11—(U P)—RAF Mosquito bombers attacked Berlin last ni),'ht. Other Mosquitos ranped over northeastern France, strilcinp at German supply lines. Hundreds of Allied planes headed for western Europe in daylight today, despite bad weather. Annlvisrsiiry unj Wedding Cake* A .Specialty CITY BAKERY 171 Maple Street TEL. 3078 BUY WAR. BONDS AND STAMPS Before Your Leave Oh Vonr Vacation Bring- Your Sport Clothes Hen; To Be Ury Cleaned D.LIEBERMAN 2G CHURCH STREKT Murphy ^EXTERIOR* INTERIOR , Inc. 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