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^ j'#il 1 »v 1 ,. < ,\. , ':, ,v«.'v * ' (M t i Thc feather Light sliowors, Little In Temperature. ^\7^m^^^^-••:''^ ::/:V:^i^ : ^?\'W-* i ^.t- •*" Beacon Falls Bethany Bristol Terrace n — Cotton, Hollow' • Middlebury ;/ - t 1 \ ft . _ [ _ , —.- i^—; If It's News, You Can Find, It In f The NEWS — Plaits MUls 'Straitsville U ^_^ Price Three* 0«nt« "~"'""" ~ ~ NAUGATUOK .DAILY NEWS', TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1942 —u-^^^====^=====^ ——; ' ™ ' . ' ',>,'<< • , ' .' . -=^- ' .====- ^ 7. Au~i~:—i m—i h,*~:« A».<ii<rlarl Poch Pri?P In SaffitV COIlt6SJ Plant HIGHWAY DEPT. WARNED, WITNESS SAYS Arm y Expert Was led About Hartford Before Its Collapse • Conn., March J 11 - ,,, ,,;;[;;;" [\ w \lwUwt\M\w insl ilnlj' *'' iiii. • li'narlmunl was warned_by thiuu'i'!* , .HH.Mtruclcul, It ss-as Hnrlov ' said, is H,,. H.iy foun<U'.lioi urd ami. UK. booi HH- of llu'.«llk« A u .-U r,nuM-»il on Ihn ,i«,.url.mMi lo. r>11 C,n\ nil was , eon ove "joH-'im I' 1 - H" 1 ' 1 ' svhc.lhm- i'u'i'c wa« im to Stn|i (imtHll'lUM.Ion, Lrniiiw. NV(1 u ' (1| ' (1 lu)t flll(| t0 , KM'- tol.l lo (In ns we. please M , ,lf'l K'O ahV-:irf"tW Ann i,,. I'OMnniisilil' 1 llnnnclfilly. l»«fJ(0 lift ifjO 1 FACTORY MGR. FREAK WEATHER CAUSES CRASri j < t t _* —.^—•-•^ fllVI WHY HE OBJECTS TO TAKE UP ARMS Movie Star Says His Motives Are Almost Entirely Re' ligious r Hy aiOHAim APPM50ATIC U, P SltUT Correspondent Aboard Wosl Const Limited, 13 n- •outo lo PorUanrl, Ore.; March 31— —>)— -Low Ayro.s, movie alor and T prominent American to refuse shoulder army 'because of rc- HKioiiH soruplns, sped toward u con- HoliinllouH objectors' camp In Ore- won locliiy, saying that any other now.™ would OIUIHO him to live m 'a nightmare -of hypocrisy and rlor •ell " "NiirvouH, and as he put It, "omo' : lloimlly upsul," the handsome hero ol 1 many movies, Including Hollj- wood'H 'nr»L preachment «ff»W war "All Quiet on. the Western front 1 ," boused the train at -a north or Hollywood last Excellent Record AcHleved During YearV^Of 1941 By Local Factory v i THIRD TIME PRIZE HAS BEEN wo^ HERE; IN LAST 4 YEARS One Of Small Plants Of U, S; 'Organization .Receives Fifty Dollar Award T •' ' ' /'•'•• ,^ "The' whole '..thing, is almost too oloso to me: to .talk about, .noxv, _-he mild pulling Ills brown uwecu.t'Oai- i -..-i i\in" cjli^\iiliinPrt- fill CI iJUul/liMo fl'l )0 Ll L 11IM •*I • *•* *•* * * >.!._••*» , • Mown In Iliu" toui'lst Hlopper bertu tor which the 'gov-ernment hud pakl, ••* Traveling with one - ollTorrt ;;" 0 "; soUmtloiiH,'.ob,|eetor^ a . moohanic Trout Hollywood, AYVOB sa 11 Is mo-, .tlvos woro: almost •entirely ic- Plilllp , Rloc, 'factory manager . Qi the Naugatuck! Chemical 'Company, of the United States Rubber company, has been notified .by • F. B. Davis, Jr., pros I dent'pi' the, United States Rubber .company, .-thai thp Naugatiick Ghomioal plant again Is among the .pi'lsse 'Winners for .the excellent safety record, achieved during the year oi' 1941. ' ' .' The iSaugatuck Oiyemlcal; plan; was awarded' Vino ' prize ' P 1 ' - * 5 ! 1 a'niong the • 'small plants ; in-, the United' States-;Rul)bor/ safety con test. ' •••''', ' '.. .' - ; .'• ' • - This is the' third time in the las four years tl\at liie • Naugatuol ChomlcaT plant/has been, awarde a casli -prixe."- ;••'• ;"••-. -••;,,'.V:''J; ., (Gonllnuod on Pago HFM Bulletins ..H s S^i-a°H'-u<o..t B»«.SJ^^SS..^ hir.'SS: "*- ft (ICSK l " LIitJ ^^ J ^ -— ,' - . V nvl- Vhilu in N'ow York, it was oxplamod, ti ^;^ m ^ r ; Pooae . Ltal on soUlomonfc of his mother's estate,. Mis. itoo [oil died last your, ^^^ • .. TWENTY JAPS^AKREBTED Local Resident Assigned To Active Siervice At The Signal Depot S^S I v : & :'• .•7'^v:::^;^^&^ififir ^'(U^iT^CiD^riV'^ But In Burma Enemy Pushes The Advance By Japanese Have Been Costly But!Important .'.:;. ; i Company 1 ^ President, W. S, raffish, Says The'y Are Without Foundation IW GEORGE E. REEDY, -.JR. United Press Staff Correspondent ..Washington, March Sl-j-^U 1 .V-^J \ S Farlsh, president ,of biivn.a- ard Oil Company • (New -Jersey), described' as without a "^» d ° 1wu °f foundation",today charges that company retarded synthetic r.ul Production in the United Stales. ^Appearing. before thc, • Senate-com*' . . .:..>. u.,^ ti-in•••vvsii' nro j\{Jfj^<f-' ' "O , ••"-• .: • mlttcc-' investigating, the ->v eram, • 'Parish- said' tmu •••'•-•• development wOum.l30 : "'Ae$^ for Standiivd:s; : pioneerlng. ; ;jn:;,tlu BRITISH PLAN FOB ^ INDEPENDENG1S OF :; INDIA MAY COLLAPSE CHECK OF .flODSHG; m\&&^W OFFICIALS URGED The promotion of ', sntisfacion lousing conditions should" be.com ntegrated in the P ro « nu ^ f(? ^ f J°pJ icalth ciGpari'iYK.ni-r> ur> • • -f i _ esn HHSUH mjri.n ui .^^u*^i'» «.»•«*«» . i.—^—» forts progress and empnuslxc s_ai -,, ^ iiv Burma . the •• enemy mnortyl healthful dwellings as an CHhi;n T ^ ; losSC8 11U(I i )US | X ad. nortluvaiv! , ,„, .,«•, ««K, m,. wrtrkers to mnin^ ^.{^ Mandalay ana ;tlic.l>rotnc<Oil "ields. ' ']..'•• '. ;y, ' /• ' , Both" of the Jftpaneso advances in , »-.. .' • _ . t .,v...i ^./Mall\V l\lll. IltlW Japanese B a m b Plainly Marked American Bwe Hospital In Philippines /. . ' • . • V •.,.,:"•; 13 - , (United Press Foreign Editor) Allied war planes .poundeil .lapan- esr bases north, v of '.'Australia : .today IJUilii'iJiviJ • *-* ' » —»• • • '\j' Ual not only-for workers to . . . tain stamina but also to. .dccreusa opportunities .for ' conUfflous dJs T case, -epidemics, 'according to -LUr senc 1,V Lehr, Housing Bnglnuw ol ,the'State Department of HeaU-h. • ' in ; air arllolc published-.n- the Department's montlily bulleUn, M1. V^ehr points .-out that-' .InspealionB nro'.valuable/.liv reveling'-vioVations 1 . * .. ... i .«i>«i,T lii\\tia nni ;.;.tli.G-. . -sliguiosi il'PKljGCt' 1 . '• UloJWW- 1 •*'" v ' • - . -.' * ' •/••' ',, S> Slalef^i^ f unwai-ranted\ ; and;uBtrue,V ^Iri^rv^l^r^fel^in^inXi^ ^e;,sjvia... . *. . _ v!t > m vnt. my.comr *Tn fi^' **f\ 111 i' • • '1. - » vxf-"-/ »• ' " • . . -_ . _ ii^i^ffif^ '\"i?i. ; .'^ rnmmitteeV, Assistant-Attorney uen- UUll*l l ' liyi r • ' •. -"«\7 •' A\ fkl/1 f* IT *11* '^*GO oral-Thurman 1 : W. 'Ainoiu U11 ' ue > • ^ firm and. 1, G.-l^a German cbemical -t . . hwilUv, fire and safely ging a bo at ^ am. lilKlIlrs it u <J w.i> "•..-»— »--, ciH of undesirable features : y ,-:,..::, ,,,,n\> 'Buildings . in ^^substandard Kirst Lieut. John Gray Comm ns, oCNaugaiuclc, is .one of the 2i-New Knglnnrl Rescrvo officers who^ycru, ordered ' to, active duly ! yestjjrday Major-Goneral Sherman Miles, MiAijv* . Tau.r. I -P.nf*nu b PY iyj,tijvi^-* w ** w . f~.- Commandins-, General, ; -Flrsl 'uorps Area, Boston,, Mass.' • • '.Har!.foVd,.'.Gonn,V.i»?v.«». .—. • ;-- •—SI « t e Rationing Admmistratoi Chester Bowles said today, Iho 'niiLomoUllo lire sj.^f^on/wjis cli&-- •oouwigin-g; and -that, soon some ot '.us arc going to walk. , •.•;• . "Some of. us," he sa!d ; in/a'radio '.talk, ll are going-to ..learn all qvci again how. to : /get along on.?a ^ Clt5 ' •• ~•_. . _ _'i- •..>.. iTiinrTT-pft po •Oft, l.JOSLOn,,mUH». ...;• .again . jju.w . .,« • .or- . — .,^ inrlT , pf | q -nf Lieut, commlns; GA-Rosj will ro- [^v. Some ol. ,us; h ^ ll ." 1 ^^ 3j-t lo thc.Philadeiphia. Signal Do- l lllous . mc i s of us, are Agoing to have . ._-. ,...I_I-_KI^ Tin-:-.-: | 0 ^ c p ( ;nd on ' idav u'i'tli ( IK? in ino soiiLu • . |Kir» f '(joixstt.il to>vn 'It hirtal cLSt MJJ^^^pi iictufl tit an isolated point, w png ^ . <• ^ ir::iSt::;"=^»;s2 ?S:Lmd u ^^rc;r.ii".'?S'^- A ™ tto .' tol iiurif u<j 1'iiii- j. •»• ««*• — • i-•-.-. . pot at Philadelphia, ^V._ r| . . ,. , Tho order rronv General Miles tol- lows' . ' • •' To'' 'Camp Lee, ' • Vlgln^'.'L^d ^J. olui Mca. Kenny, QM-aes, .aOi .Mam stool, Pfiwtuekbt, 31,. 1, ;-. , To Fort Williams,'Maine; Ibi.bl. Mboi-t Dennis .Mlcaud, Int'-llcs,. io hurt street, Kail. Bivcr, , Mass.; Is Ll, : Nloliolas Tarasky, inf-Kcs 2H Howard- Avo Now H^n..^""-' O,T i.i. Miller -Strange.-Bui-gin, In/15 porkin's St., Bangoi-, Me.; iik-s, IIDN'OMJL term • 'VKI, *r«, n »Ml[iaiUJDu m.i.v^«ij, ( [ml ii $5,(i(«) lino today for possessing |d Stales inilitiiry l:'ovt.irioHt;i6ns tuul J "My oulv i-oKi-ot is tlmt tins court Uro Hovoru punikhmcmt," Liout.-Col. John B. rov«,sl court jud^o, told YHmagida, . -. ,, I ' -*• *--l^*—•-" '" * " *", a HOS I *) l^LJilVIUra k-*u.M *-*«";-« - i 9rt' Lt' liowiii'd Irving MIohuolH',, •S».. W MoKfnloy ,Av,e.,. Now. Ha- Tl To ^o""' Banlii Mass.:,'.lsl -I*. »«, vld "Owon. Cohen, ponj.-Ho&, I.H ^^^^ & ^^-^ po'-cy CaUon, ^A-Ecs,. ;203 . Pollen I,,'Lexington, M : ass ; .-/ , . To Fort. Hodman, Mass.; 2 « . ljt ; Morris Whito, 'Cao-K 0 . 8 ' iLaafi n-rv Av,e., MorrlS'Villo,/ vL , Port lOthn-n Allen; ;Vcrmon: MaJ." Carl Francis Maraldl,. ;Med- ii'oq '270 GominonNVcaltU A>e., uu& llwri|"^*** ., . LO ',V nMf phVadelphla Signal depot, p ft . : 1st' U,. John. Gray' Gommins -;- . (Continued^ on'Pago Five) ; -, March -31—(^ proiocting H <'° 11V siii)pru3S to .Russia sank'or States ol war . upplioH to KuBsia ^ l "V Oro m^ a ^roo-day run- mid LNhcmtH in tho Arctic Ocean in a - BVit ^ h , Iho Admiralty anuw™qfl todg ; a ^ .HcorfmB the convoy, tho 8,0(JJon / -^ ^ ed . Bd'wlcs said ••'• tire'' retreads;: were not constructed -of good:, rubbc!'. ^ho" life ot -a retread, he sal.d ; .,ne ^ s been told, is-about 4,000 miles: V^is means,'Vhc said;/'.thf. ^; ctreadtsrr tire: will, wear-only, ono- lith as 'o^/^;^,;^^^.^ Bowies^d^l^SI^^^U ties commission was. ''"f" 11 .^ A survey of all bus. line rucilitlcs. ln : ho ^tatel: 'in : preparation -.^r : ,lhe •us'li expected soon- on- tlicsc. laou- ties.' .•..''••'•• '. ' •'••••' '•-.-•• i ;Street : itesidient Has Been ^Employed At f -U; S-" For 43 Years / Daniel o£-120 .Gbrmai a ,. . street, \vasLhe.'.gLie.st of Honor '. ' . S;uti,lO', ,nuivi-.i, - "•, -; tn -. iu/»'n and any other, dangers, to .life o (Continued pji Pagcjl^o) s "woiri-iierT.- tjglilncss,; roil.o H-.I..U.- bathing -facilities, -stnicl-ur.a safety, ; safety.: of stairs, and '- IU , '-, '.I. ^,-it^/m' •/liiiiitynr's. l.fi' Central» Bxirma. \vorc but •jortant., • •'.,.' rt .. The greatest lmmediaL«> dan«cr op- )caroa'l6 bo on the Anted west flank, whore ,- the enemy ^ mwliprt ft) nines northward to I be village oi Shjwp- • - - only iO mlU»,8 : -.HbuU». of Promc. >"•;•' •-,•.. .. '"t»«i'l'.fth fv\ni\t\<a said , that .Ur.itiftn- , probably would ; ! be. forced to w / from l?,romc to>vaul ' . Tiici wttbdrftWiil Syo«:-Torc6ttsJ J)C- ^ • i' Qj» Tn«o«rtBrt irnihfl ;a»ain8f iw»- •* farewell parl . . at Maxie's .Res-, •his friends _ 'la''assist-him'- 'In celebrating Completion of ^3 years TO AT Disease : Is more likely, lo strike families living, in--crowded/poom .ventilated- quarters, or in bu Idings with insanitary toilet facilities 01 dangerous plumbing systems,, at- ooJSrig toMr,Lehr. Structura con, diUons llkxjly: lo result in accideiu- al injury and inadequate means of escape from fire may result In disability or death from ilTose. causes, just ^ surely, as--from disease. Mr Lohr reports that many housing.'improvements have been obtained n certain areas of the stato through action of local health departments. Their-success -,ln -Uilh field should stimulate other local -health officials '-« "niiorUUo lliib. Important, public Liitj ompl.o.y . -. t'/i.-.; Go. .plants m_•- 'f ft Mr.• Wil-KgeraVd'. w.ill soon .an- employe ^f .the concern. ,^ •'Merwin l^ackc.r officiated, as nifts- lei-of-cerombnies -uifcl. • J- '{J^ !fi ^' AVilliam Fhelan, .1 o h n Kel]y, I - Grannien and .Bernard • Gtin ok were among the.-speakers, at. .the l.hose atl.cndin8\woi'e:.^P. R. B. C. P. Quackenbush, Frank Ford, Dan Sweeney And oauHt;_ui .Mu^'Mvv 1 - o-•• - •. --. , un/»ii 000 Chinese troops which bad boon (ConUJHied ,ojvJ^ejr wo ) | ROT ARl ANS TO SEE IPfTERESTING RLM TOMdROWNOON Annual Spring Conference In New Haven On April 25th . . , ; • JCAUU,, *^a»i*. •»«-" v ... John Zorva^ Ou Pix»gram| U^ES TO THE • ' T B. , ', -J V Bahnea, ;, {feMorU^i-P^S^ J - . s A --i A^i.Miinnn >>. rHlr- l' t 'l»I.VXl ••••••)•.- . • . ' *•* , IIi\«% :,W.-- 4 pa.vvlait f . A.\.Mariano .^ "^ "risoT)'' -Hi ftodiviarv.-.B. A^'O.ocib,. ^ >v. Several well- "known local artists on ' the enloplainmonl. Boston, 'MarclT .,31—(UP)-T",^^: i-KbHi number oJ 1 persons ; eyer; to, participate! in a New England blaeV- out, nonrly 2,000,000; ; time • ton'- rocau . provides a i. monih> flights- sliort «OXi)ON, Ma wilh bronchitis rgp)_0hmeso iS • A 11"! oQ' [«>ro.os on |,ho '15nrmft fvpnti I'lllOftHl. O 1 ' M1 a major ^R^S^^^^ 7 Anril"has bce.v.p^oldlnVcd Cancel' uuMiib i' 1 , niM'nn.jred.for a ilrno." TREASURY ..\yili .s-'.lo subject ; iihd .-rpcdlIDfe 28;>o ' •"'• .H. YEAR— " '•'« S; M; Whliehlii, ,].-Tour- m4au F. Drlscoll, ,i. l-Icalcy.-.J. an.opau, ^ jan^owskl. b. Pichulo, Dawimg,;.iM. ,«KUUVO> o- v - r - • w"---B'ako'r 0: Kuasniewski,; \V. Wio- 1<. .I31UV01,,.;-.. _._.,,:,, «. ;• fihpi.fr. .O. ObeJ-g, ,0. ^Um'^: •li.T.moVvio-^,'^f n ex t Saturday evening at St. George's hail in Linden Parlc, Union City, by 111 e Naugatuck" Fish and Game Protective Assn. Among the entcr-lfiiners will be Giarence'P. Quackenbush -flncf Kranlc Kord )n novelty, .harmonica and Rultar numbers; Ban Sweeney- will bte heard in several request tenor, solos, and : John'Sfionas, popular, ac-. ^ordion artist, wil^ntertniwh ut, arc jSfc :> B) Fleming,and -M, Wai- A ; March ;31—CU'Pl- jui.i nVansion •l.lTat-cp.st; §2950,- buiid -40 years.MiSO, ;has. been f,.for .salvage. Gabriel several . his'snappy re The Barrel." . ;,Tickets for the smoker cents each, including the tax and may be; purchased members of the association. HELEN ANN CRANE |i 1 I i om Will Be Married On April; 11 to HaroM E, Robertson At -St.'" Fraiicis^Church } Receipts :••-;'• -T! '.' ' Cnsli • Balnniic; : ••^'• t : :0 - > -.^ f -^ ;:|foG8;GOO^^ NoHlV 'Shore- ^sboAyi^aije.: •-'.';'•'/• ••;.• '•' m^ ^VdVspine;'land;:boions.. •y'fe/tlie-housc^ccntly vverc^pld All-Day Meeting At Grange Tomorrow With Hot Lunch At Noon . An all-day .m^tliiff ot ..the Oold; en ' Gleanern Qf B e a e'o n Valley K?aiiKe will be held tomorrow at S S fera^ hr.K with Mrs : Bmmj Moeckcl as hostess. A hot dinnci wlll'be served-at noon.- The first aid class for the com- munllv will meet at 8 p. m. Wednesday, with Henry tirk in charge. On 'Thursday at 7 p. nv., a rehearsal of the fourth degree ^vni be held- at Iho. h»ll with F. AHon r.lnrk ns drlllniasUir. VGood Friday program has been 'planned' for Friday evening 'bylhc past masters .nnd lecturers, with Master Charles Price- presiding. Junior Master "Charles Messncr will conduct the meeting of .ho juvenile group in the .lower ball on Friday evening. RESORT HOTEL TOfE €LOSED "AlracobiW yiim," a jnoving ,|)lc- luro-hy tlie Well Aircraft Co. of Buf- nilo' N. V,; r :,<\Mll be shown at Uio \veeuiy meeting of the KaugatuoK club'at sullvan's imvin CoUon io low tomo^o.w.noon. There will Do no speaker,' ,. TlJD ninv' u rbQ-Ali'a<JObra' Is a 10 mmV'full soiind .and'-in color and i» n most mtercst.Ing record of me combat performance of this famous interceptor purnuil sblp. , The annual spring, conference at - •'• clubs lii•"the 2001U "»«Lawn clnl) on Saturday, . II is expected; that many local Ho- larlans and; their Rotary Anns will attend. \\l FOR IP CROSS AT U. S, RUBBER CO. ; ^. . • ' Additional $200 Given By Employees. |Btu|ient« In First-Aid^Graduated Miss^lielen^Ann ;Cranc of tuck and •W.oonsocket, .R. 1 I;, • ., Harold E.';.Ro.bertson of Naugalucvj and East> Hartford, -were. Present tf u N . „-.,. .^nrch 3.irr .wltlr a nmho>any, d r oi r^,, 1 ^^: 1 mp ^^lworth/V)y^he,Son, nol ; a-party hGldVinM-heir hqpp .. .eocnt ; ^UP.y ^ W H1-remain closed . .ii.J. i- «•...•,« • •-o< > • M »'S: h. >» •• T M.I I uoui i' T ,,,«., />nn_ -at,"the -a, , Swenston on-' Higblanrl •avenue. -Ydu'ng couplQ;;Nvin,.be: married oa April ii iii-St 1 . Francis' -church. ' those / attending were. ' Nolan;, -Harold clV Tames nr Orr, Hood, .lanies . .Mcponough, .WIlilam^Hiiith.v Margaret . ' Svvensto Pii resu - IJMI'^J, this summeiv because of w«r con- rilll'ons it was- announced tod,i>. Manager Arthur.". E. Bicbardso.n snid proximity •o f -' Imnil ? J Y h J )n .^ would, restrict, guests.and Uial-un- dcr- present conditions op.cnIng U c hole would not be fensibie. Thr has operated every summe. 1874' and In* IMS- envoys to miiCP. lor*' <«*iu "i *.->.-- UVe nusslah^lapahcse. peace confer- dice h era , were ^ u ^ rl ;^ d< , ; ^fj|K| i hundred'dollars Jn pennies, iimt-. K and nickels was collected for ,h«t Hed Cross at,,Uic U. S. Ruhbcr Company this • week;., Because the collection was MVc Second ^^"1} among the .employes fop the Red Cross, contribution's were dropped in boxes which were left In all de- werf ^aduateaHast, nlghl from the advanced First Aid course taught at Ibe company by Hobert bhcp- hcrd, Rod. .Cross Thcv are 1 the •• following i Lillian Casey, Ruhy , cc, , . loim Dclancy, Louis Hubojw, Bcn- , Edwards, VLucille Thomas -iFitiwc.pnld;;. Armand Frl- gon, -JSdmund. . Garrlck, WMI am H O,^. , Park*, H&wai'd Perry, Frank . Pai- l-crson.; KdlWyTufloiN, No« v * 1 T urn " '•- <\> i

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