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April 1, 1942

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 1

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The Weather yttlo Change in Tempera turo Tonight._ Beacon Falls ' . ,v * '< V Circulating :Tli Bethany Bristol Terrace Cotton-Hollow-- fMiddlebiiry * * f - * '-.._.•' i ? L. Millviile Platts Mills Straitsville Union City If It's News You Can Find It In >t The NEWS" _ NATjqATUCK DAILY NflWS, WEDNESAY, APRIL 1, 1942 Price Three Cents In Attack On Filipino Defenders i i i, t i «i homas Of Class if 1942 At Nau IASS PRESIDENT HAD STANDING OF 92.72 RULES MAKE FOR SENDING MAIL TO AUSTRALIA .Salutatorian And Jane Baldwin Will Bo Essayist IBVEN MEMBERS -OF . SENIOR GLASS HAD RATING- OVEB, 90 rinolpal Slado Proud Oi Rocoi'd Made By Pupils At Local Institution | prlnp ,, w l ( sharlf* P, Sliiclo of Uin Lwxalurk liiHli Hi'-lwol amtoiUKJOd [,|;iy Dial Thomas llullly, pi'OHldmit i lt . class of ll'itf. will J)fl till) (hlhlni'lun wlii'ii Uluiiti'd next .June, [llnjc of W.7 1 ^ 1'i-r I'-''" of study at tlu 1 of |r a/»l ' IM class IB Ho luul u I'or his four looal Instltu- j((! |H HlO H0]l Ol' Mrs. Thomas llullly, Jr., si met, Union C.iUy, ,ul»J, son ol 1 Mi 1 - !incl Ml l/o of Till IT Hlruol, DIP scc.nml lilglioMl .standing, oi' lass with u murk of (^..por ill iiml IHIH bnon UiMlKiuilocl an iliilatorluM, .lam* Hiddwiu, daugh- of Mi 1 , uiul Mr*. Harold V, JwUt- ,ol Hn'.ulh'X Mima, will bo tho l\u fljjsnylHl, Miss llulilwln main-, M an uvuruMu of ( ,>t.7'i p«r <5orit; l\|p, ^Uulf, In uMiuuiiu'-lnK Ino ol' tin 1 (J I ass who luul an of iS, 4 » IHT (u»/il oi 1 over for ur ftliuljv rtlftlotl- ttml (Continued on Pngn 0 n no r n 1 ' Douglas . MaoArthur's H, Austral hi, April I— P, U. Stephens, P!Its- burgh, UnlUul Slntn.s army post off|(U) ohlol', for tho southwest Pa- olflo, annoumiod today thai mail was flowing ,.16 and from ' Don. Douglas MnuAi'WuiP'.s mem and gave .sorno rules for. writing them, U8o Uio greatest oaro to address mail in'oporly, . with rank, company, ruglmont or olhnr unit, ol' ; designation and, -If possible, tho mimhor of the army post office of tlio addressee's area, ' - Uo'sui'o to put u. return address on tlio latter or .package. Mall ( ro- turned uiulcllvorbd may bo only Improperly docs not IndUuUo Ujat .anything has happened to I'ho addressee,.. lloinombur- liia't mail Is censored both ways, • . .•••.'. U Is host l.o .write on ono side, of tho .'paper only, because tho censor clips out oonsorablo parts. • • Nil rno rou s .short letters are, bettor (.liaii a i'e,w long ones, booausc oonscirs naturally give the ciulekost action .to tho short ones. > .' Post cards >a'ro strictly forbldr don. . •:. ' . . '...-.; .>•' ••• Pai'ool post packages, also cen- ao.rablo,. botlt < .ways, are permitted .•.umliu 1 400 pounds: .and not excccdt (Continued on Pago Ei&ht) , ; BD HTZPATRICK, Loew Poli Executive: In Wa- ; terbury First 'Man In History To Receive Honor Late News. Bulletins m. ROOSEVELT PRESIDES AT WAR COUNCIL \VAKKINGTON, April 1— (UP) —President Koose- lit pix'sidi'tl today at the .first mooting- of the newly ore-- t'd i'm'ific \\ r ai- (Jouncil ^v!lieh will sit in Washington i>s ,«jor c'ousultativo 'board of'Allied strategy, As thu ('ouJfioi! met shortly before.noon at the White [•use, su^osition was made in, Congress "that 'Gen, :Dorig- Mat-Arthur ho hronght to Washington to consult/with ('V/uiicil, . . . ' . , CoiiiVrring with Mr, lioosovelt in tho cabinet room- the Kx(>otilive Offices were representatives of Australia,; |w inland, the Netherlands, Canada, G.hina and Great (ilain, ' . '.- ; WANTS NAZI OFFENSIVE -OH/J1SHED Ol'fUXCJKING, April 1—-(11?) — Gon, Yang Clueh, [moi 1 ChinoHo Ambassador to Moscow, emyhasissocl today \ uocossily oi. 1 (jrushing Germany's spring offensive aiid •diclod tho European war would be "finishod 11 before U\ could l)o clot'oatocl in tho Far East..' It',was -the iirst rnission by a prominent Chinese that the ultimate moos Cor an Allied victory probably hinged^011 mmur ptdovolopmenla. in Europe and the Middle Jl-ast, WALKOUT IN PATERiS;ON, N, J, PATKUSON, N, J,, April 1—-(UP)— A walkout re- •iiiK from a dispute over a 10-cont-aii-honr .wage in- wo'dcmuincl curtailed production today in 60 silk ami •m dytMUK awl printing plants. Union officials said a fko had not bo'on authorised but added that they knew Iny u'ork-orn had left their jobs, Counsel tor three of plants notUiud.the union oi: intention to sue for breach Mllli'MCl, * ,;''';.:: • ' ' t '" i WILL MAKE TEST WASHINGTON, April l_-(UP)-T3Uot Simpson, Ne| * nihhor dealer, announced .today that actual expoii-; k will bo hokl tomorrow on his proposal to make re- N tii-oH IVom scrap tires, mid that &? Qm ™™*'™^ '» It-Hi Llio roBiillnnt product; The retreads-from-sciap •orinioiiiH will bo conducteclpat/tha^Notwalk ni ol 1 tho Norwalk Tiro and Riibber Co.. -. . Rudolph M, Hcnni6ki' : publls.|icr* of thu Nrttikatunk "Dally -News;--wns one of llio, sponkora nt tho tosLi- ruonlal , dlnnoi' 1'orr Edwui'cl • FJiz- piil-rlok, nuilinger . ol' -ihc -bpew-Po'.ll lliouloi' }n .WuL'orbury', at. tho Hold Elton I n Wiitiji'biiry; yuslbrd'ay noon^ whon Mr. Klt'/.pulrlok,, NVUS, prascni- ed wllh aii ongravucl plaque .symbolic ol' first: honors in six cx- plollallon .oampalg'ris' by MoLrci- '(jolrlwyn -Mayci 1 ', ;i Murray G. o Id-; slcln, M-G-M regional director In- New .llavon; .Uic 'first spcakcji.- al, •llio dlnnoi', -staled- thai, Mr Fitx- ipulrlok is (,lt(3 Tlrst huin'ln llio his- lory or-sllfcnl or lalkln'g'.movlos lo I'ocelvc this honor/ . The plaque 'was? prcsen'lcd foj llio Hon. VlnociU A. Scully, mayor or the -'oily- of Watorbury.' Mayor Scully paid a sp.lcncilcl-tribute to t the popular manager "of UVe'-'Locw-Poll llicflto'r 'who has boeh' a" re.sldcnl ot Iho nrass'Glly^for'UVe past 15 yours 's'ln'cb ; -bulM8'"assigned" to '..his prcsont pos t. - and'' Iho mayor, -slated that, th e tribute-was long'6vc;rciuc.;Mr: $cyl- ly- rtioallod :hls'; long and , ; prcasfint association' -Nvltli':: Mr'.'' FlUpatrlck. and cliecl the* splonclicl';>vprk. ; being done by WVe- theaters 1 ' locky? hi '•< Beeping HP Hi« morale :of- del^nse work-?ors who-are giving their'all'to-as- sist- ,tho government, ''by . working, ihaniMiOurs oy'brtlniq ' and;:;Svho find Ihc^^elltei- 1; to' 'etijby :th'e;;iiVie;pro- 'gi-nrns.-.-- arranged 'h.y v Mr. /FJUpa-t-r 1 In' aooeptl'rigahe' plague; Mr, Fltx-i p n't r I o k'-' rnodostly /expressed his gratitude and- appreciation '"a n d strietly adhered to thc';advl'cie gjv- on him by his dad many.--years ago. to be "briei' an-tl (seated" when called upon to speu.k. : at a • banquet. ' ' '"',•'." ri . '. • • r • Another, Hpcalcer,, Harry bhaw or New Haven, .district manager .i'or the boesv-Poll ohain,, .extolled the accomplishments oT ',the;:guost... of. honor dut-ing. the many, years that, Mr FltKpftlrlok lias .been assoplat- ocl with the organisation .amV..sald : that "sb-mottilns 'big Is. In- store^for Ed" He .said that the Loew-Poll oxcoutlvbs- had planned, many.times - (Continued on', Page. Throe) , MJT PRACTICE TO BENEFIT BOROUGH Division C Under Wardens Racke And;'McSuire l mate Fire/Hazard^ .' Auxiliary-: /Iron-ten of; the • Nauga- lubk Dcfcnao Council la' Division b under .the ' clli-cptlon or..L. Harris naoko-ai-o riot only receiving,praoli- oal oxporlonoc in• fighting m-es -buL are dolnfc a: swell-job i'or. rcsmpnts of Nftugfituolt ,.lu;-olo'arilng .up....naz; nrds In somp sections 'of the •.'-lowiv whore Tkusli' fires ITPLVC. oucurretl. , Auxiliary Plro Warden Raclce anil, Joseph •McGulre,. oh'loC-nrc'warden of Division C,.>v.lth,llic aid'of mcm- bcrs of tlie-cilVmioh^^urned'.plT', a nvo-abro piece of ground last.Sun- riLlho-JUnoWpn-'dr ! ;WhnflonrA- burn and Baldwin .steels, and" tho admiration of the, resic en Is ol the neighborhood c^tlnguishedf- : tlQ blaze In professional-a.tyle- and wl&n. Masting bencAl to that section.;- • • following' the demonstration -live residents of tho. section rccnj.ested the auxiliary nremon to burn oil 'he dried grass, on their property. 'Tlvo fire- laddies readily .accepted .B, April ^(UF)-fn enemy I tit udo dropped "" juickly engaged p no casuallios or damagp, ,. I ^. •' *- , . i a hi,h altitude dropped.bombs, hut WUH quickly engaged by defense f ' •• ' ' '' ' %•< f 11 « }T 11 f*f7 >f\ f*/* • fT/'Ti ^S' fll* Cl •brush on/the rproperty o'er-tax- , payers In-thc .0 dlstrict.,upon rc- ciucst proyi'ding.. the •necessary; per- imit is o'btalnod for; making .a lire ^ thcir-lancl^-A 'plipne oa I J ; o;Mr ' .^ " i • ^.»« ftonn-!.i»iiu ')Vf»-'nll. IS i-Haekc, No, MORE JAPANESE ri^-«^ *" M T,T^";; "ATtQrp-RA Hi'lN Miu.Aliq^HW^BH^A.l>QUA:iOTJi]BS, AUSTI?A : V, -April ^Wtinfoy)-- 1 ^ jjp'r |^ ! airplmioB to 30 yeHiiorday^hen they ^H mi ouomy bases oil New Quinoa and TIVc- members, : o* . w? P.^WS" iiuivo boon •.reaclving,:instruct ons ••from P»«'o Glilef^John, ,T V Sheridan : am Mr.- Raokc 'with->thp Assistance 'o iromen .Thomas .Jiawlbr,and-John ; ra'\"lo" w)io .demonstrated the.,use '•o? Indian pumps, methods -of back 'firing on-nold.-Vlrcs arid the handling .of folding ladders. ' ' . Piirlhor Inslructions will lie 8 y- Gn to the division soon by Lieut James J Grant and ,lohn Moronev of-Ihc -Naugatuok fire department. •* v ' • ' i Standard Oil Head Testifies G P Phoncphoto S Furisli (left), president of Standard Oil Company .ol Nc>w, J Fiiik A Howard, Uic f-ompanj's vice president, ai-o shown tho-Semite Defense Committee. ••Parish denied ohnr«cs of disloyally at ih« }: eomp^n.v in connection; with Us dealings with I. £ *' mtrp|rt r >rn»a»dve 1 nisi He dcclrtrod 1 synthetic i-uhbor had neen omun 10 •U."S. Govci'iimcnU^ wnt to wni*. British, Chinese In Burma Fight Way Out Of circlements . «• ' J i*L«- M •' ! -b Says Pile'; \Sup3poriS In Bridge ^orfc Wer^ Driveii Thrpaigli LigM Mud : Hartford, "stale"- inspector; .gave .iosLinrony dnr-. Ing, the . romovai; Irlal-i./bi/suspriiulccli H Ighway' • CiVmih isai.o H or ' Wf II i a'l.r;,.^ .1. | •Goxdoda-y- (o support Uic /state's con-; tciitlori ."'that: the .lli^lway.••.•pep.arl-: 'merit-- fai'lecl to' (J^or' 1 'proper :su-\ bridges' In I/ong; 'Co\ f c f: '^eyardr'io : iu i{ years ; ago; . ' , ; ', > v .--\ '.::•..:..-:- t -:\ -' Contracts"- for.;-.tlic ''Urldgcs Nycr.c, held by the 'Gainmlho. .ConstrucUoni Go., Providence, R I., which, accorci-?! Ing- to .thc;.>vltness^-.TunioiV Wgli-wqr, Engineer' ;: Hp)(tncl'. N, Hi-o\vn-drove pile••••suppprtB',50 that,'l\«y. I'&llcd-lp.j ivc- : proper; iatpri: I support,' . • :•; ,Broxvn;- wllb;\yna.,assigned by _.yip* department to'.Inspect' Uie,...jpb, said. t,he' piles-.wero di-ivfin llir'oufih Jlglil. mud ancl ."somtv loot.hnr/Uy- any. blows 1 .','hk. ... .' : .' ".•'.'•.--, ;. He saicl..ho .vs-aa •ordered- on- : .lune <>y 1938,'- to' stop- .work- on Die pile driving, lnit/410 coul.l'not recall whp cave ihc.oi'dpr-, Save ra 1 1 ogling liJghr vv'n.Y dcpaftmoht. .pillclaU, • bo sad;,-. Inspected the ' job'. while the -pile c'li'ivlhg' opera s ti'o nb• Aver;e under-'way. Dui'msVa' morning--. : PCOQSHV State nrtfni'on /i'Goi. i ffe.' < -B>-Hmman'-cnlitJCi op.- ItOlt-l CO "V" 1 ° . . , , '• • !„ Mnil 1 posing .'ppunselv mto v a private .coiv an. agreement, on points not be-;, IfEW MAVEN ROAD 1YEAR1941 neanngr ^^i'male's^nave l)cciv matlo Ihe/U^VmlS^H^ 1 ? 08 ^^ 01 ^ 1 ':^^^^ or.' ; six 'weeks.., . •:. •• .., ._,-,r Attorney General•.Pranois-A.^olr. Lti,; who took-;tho ;stiind . h! g^ llitC' 'yCSlRl M' 1 -.* ' ,';•', '.,. i'..i.x ' • 'cniViP mi'no testimony ..may ,--WKC . ^ ni,. ":.-:. ..-_.!.,|-J Y WC jj j-nto'noxl'>yceK : . the Tourtlv bl'' 2a,:biiRpee8 ' akalnst."C6 ; x,. Y' (Ucd ' ;i bY i. aim MI r »8.ii-i"«". ^"- v . ' , , Is acouscci'-'-oC misconduct,;*.'matouial ne«le'ct' -''pf>'duly' /and,/'inco,n|potenpo; '"' ••' ^ '' ' •'' '-T* \ rr\~\ \\ ' ' ' 'Only '-•'$529.80.-'. is. needed;: -by ^j Naugatuck.:Chaptet i ::.of llipv-npd ;Ct;oss to •nine f i is- c|ii ota ;o t ;$22,0(K), v0.oooMlf. ing - to ;% 'siatemen tf ;issu'ed^ tp:day. l; b7 NormarirW66d,''direAto;i^of ; ..l ; he; ;.lpca.| ' ; "<-' ! 'ew-:. : fintribu to rs % • .t Ifeif u nci, •' .mi m edil) e.l o w, :^tiy e , , ief' Corps,; :$H V;(addiLiona*} ;; -- - Slcmonskl, *5, Mrs G II / Avory, *o, Columbian Robokah Lodge, T O. u F, $5, Mrs. Alvina KrampilsJ, *>z, U S 11 ubber employees, ^200 Total, $21;470;U, l ,, / V 'New. -Haven,,..Con n i .,- ; April 1- -The^^N'ew York-, New. Haven and Hartford" railroad' showed a net In- come'fbr 1 JOii amounting to $6,012,378,' according, to 'an - annual stale-' .m'QnV',today, of President. Howard S. palmer,, "v,... „••.• / • -. ' • •'• ^•••. ' '•'• ' • ..: It; was. ihel flrst;,timc the railroad report'cd.a'net' income in a. decade. /"G^ossVreyenucs, ..the • highest since •1930,%. were $J07,5-11,356, an increase : p^.r25.Q.; per;', ; oent.< •.cpmp'ared with. JQ'ip;'^ Ptnci,''operating expenses,- were .$7i,8;G7;757/ an' increase for the year of-,'20.4 per. ;cent. '• ' .-,;Freight >reyeiHie w'as.. up-. 33.4.. per 6en.t 'and-..passenger .revenue 17.1 per cent;'; '-.,' •> ': •'-. • .- .- ,' • 'An 'increfuse. .of .26,1 per,.cent was reported .'in • gross ldn.,mnis, \y-lilo)i were"99-5^ per cent of the 1029 p.enk. , Trieu''cportcd H bad-paid^iS,- 222i(532:inioi.'esl;.on funded debt during-'the .year,, in addition to meeting currrit 'equipment'- trust • p'rlhcipal hnd'jnt'eresf, payments, ; - : 'The Co'nnccticnt company: a subsidiary 'of: the'New system, 'rcVcrl/ed^a 'net income'..Increase of $4'05;i2i. ; for- 'the- year. In- obiiic''was ' $1;024,8V*- P.asteengeu- Income", was.-.$6,837,380 and; operating expenses; $5,31 ^iMO..',. ,. . .,... .. TREASURY GLANCE -Wafiliington, ..Api-il, ,d™ (U;.P) ; . — OpVernmenl. ' expenses and receipts for „ tlie curren I; • fiscal year- through Marclt 30;. compared - with,, a'v.yeor r^^'^-^^^v'-'^'ISxpcnses .-. )-.-'.v'- ;; •.•:"','/, •'.•••'-\Vnr' 'SiieiuHri }r-' . \ : ;. • i : ii3^3S;'l ; 2^29C,98 •: '*/ 3,621,410,213.08 ?1 ". '-''.';.''- "\; ''.'•'•'••• Heceipls-- ••' '.-.•'• ; M'--' : •;;9,i004,977,55G.03,/.:•;;. ,5,3118,035,^0.5^ . ;vv, 3,311,345,52911s ' l •( 1 ?;> '•.••-•;• v-'Cnslr Balftnvip.,; .• ,. .. .- '••• 3,466,212;fe.49 •> , .; • .2,217,015,609.25 .'•' ''>' '•:;-'••-- - '..'*'.*,, .;.-—.> •"'.« . ••• ; •: ; .: 'tf~ INCOME-:; TAX : . RECEIPTS-:--i ;, ' -' M April" •; rfor, ; 'C3pnnM pr •;- : ~ ral in'conyev,t.a.x''collcctions:Un !C6hilectlcu-li .fluring'-: the... /Irst -three inVo.iHlis:::'bf 1942 iis shed' : an: all-, lme ; ,i'e;p6;i^r':bf . ^$1.1 0,631 ,520, . it, was '•ann^ynccJcl?.; :f-oday/'A ^ypar ago, -cpl- liecftons'-fpr .the: first; ;.three, months' (n'erp8,iM9,p20- :; T.he increase, vyas ei^iy, 300' pei? cent> ; - v "-; ,.':;;, ^^,, : • ''• ' '"' ' By JOE ALEX MOIUUS i United-'"Press -PopeiHii; Editor British and, Chinese arm;od forces in Burma fought,their Way 'oiit v of J,a p a n e s.e>. enc-irclements today, AmeriQan" troops sto'pped heavy enemy-attacks in,, the Philippines and allied ;bombers ,] rejiewe'd,..their ofe- fens'ive': /.in '- : tiie - : Islands':'.-, north .ot 'Airof these; operations : =tended, to increase': thc> inoDientum of warfare on Uic southwest..Pacino..'-fro)U at a. •; tinVe •; when .India, •' appeared, .unable ' to^.-ag-ree:,on".plans..'for,; particj T patlph j. Jn,.,the wav r arid /Hitler --\vas reported.- massing Si^jXtyj, men •--, lor, a • d r ( VJQ- toward. ilic -'-. 'JN oar v' : Bas tor ri oil/fields, Y-; '••'•''•'••: '».'; >^ : ",'•••'•• - : ---^." ; , .The: .fighting' ln.-;Bui?iii(i 4 continued - 6^-twb!; main', f r mi ts—t? r0 me; b nr.;lh.e • wfe v s l"v' a'n d.:; Taxi n g;o o •• • 7p : h -the ea s 12=•••'•'• (Continued on, Pago Three). •Now classes ,ln first.',aid 'will . 1,'ed•-within L'lio ; ;n<ixl;- IAVCC weeks at l,lie local cliKpLcr of t-he 'American 1 Red Cross and'-.citizens of the borough who are inlcirbslcd In this work arc urged to A register at the chapter house at'o'nce; .The,chapter is 'prepared - to' accommodate any number of people and .classes yfll be arranged to suit the convenience of all. , • •'.',':. ..• : ' ... •» * »•' —— . TO DRAFT BOARDS TEXTILE STRIKE IN FALL RIVER They Were ^Halted Before They Beached Main American Line , , THERE WAS SAVAQE BAYONET; FOR SEVERAL HOURS Military Experts Believe At- tax!k Was Begfinning Of Expected Offensive i Pall River, Mass., April i —Nearly 4,000 vital war production textile'-workers were idle today .as renu.vvul o'i' an in tor-union dispute, spread \o, eight' of the vclty/s ,48 tfhl'e'f mills and threalened the third general ' work- stoppage in eight Weeks, ' ; ' -.-'.. '"•'• ''".'' ;••"-.••• •; ':• In a sympathy gesture for strikers, in. five mills' \ production was .paralyzed, -.some 4000 .loom-fixers', left their posts in three other ''mills \yViich continued • operations.. - -Meanwrfi'le Chairman Charles M. •Cplc of the state, arbitration 'board met at Boston' with uniori and mitt r-Offloials... .in -an, effort;.40., jvrcvenl :fn^t)rm^"s^ ; elra :! "of^'lOVc^lHk0. by the American ]>edoi'Hl,ion. of Textile Op- .eratives (independent) .\v-liosc threat to again withdraw Key bn- •.crntlves would: enforce idleness of some J7,000_ workers! • . The ' AFTO stand 'resulted from refusal Of the National Labor Relations board to 'reconsider a de- (Continuccl on Pago Eight) By MACK -101INSON (Unjted Press Staff Correspondent) ' ' Washington, April 1—(UP)—Wave• of Japanese assault .(roops launched Uic loiig-o>;pt!'cf(i(i ground".o/fctiBlyq .against './; ^kiut'-Ocn. Jonathan Ki.\ NVainwright's'lincs,.on Bal.aan Penin- suJa last nl$))t, but; were Btoppcfd by the: Anierlban^Fi'li'plno rtefenilors after ' sevprh 1 / h pUr&\ of. 8av.nge „ baj ; - onet Jlgliting, '-y. the AVar Departinei>t announced today i. . \ : ,. :>; „ J .1 apanose in fan tryV, Biipported by mortar lire, launched, lhe'>;hciivy al- , lack -umlQi 1 '. cover of, darkness. . lp- repented RmuslloB; 1 the:\cneh\y HUC- ceeillng .in caplurihg, some, of Wain-,- •wright's; a '" PASSOVER STARTS AT SUNDOWN '"Washington, April*'i—(UP)—Selective-Service headquarters today in* 'structed • local:cjr'ui'l boards to use •available 1-A nujiv froiii ./JO/iO ami •'1941 registration^- tb\nil May quotas If ^sufficient "numbers are on -the lists.'- ; ' •• . -." ' - ' • ; ' " : '\: If A-l .reserves- from the OrU. .!(». •jO/ijt), and July. ,i, 19//1, registrations are exhausted, * hoards, were directed' to' Induct mori \v/ip registered on- Felh JG; The'-Sfelcellvij 1 Service direc- live thus indicates Hint'some of the latest registrants—men. of 20 and 36 •through -44—might be called before June.. ;.'• , , v •;_;'•••; \ ' : V. S HOSPITAL FOR N I»AN SNIDER IS IN -vAJR'MY .. • .'iH-'' T^eWis,. 'Wesii.,. April 1 — |{:T3';i?.)~f>'.i?Ivate;v Clia.nlcs, ;• (-iron. , : Pan) Sni 'fieri • f ati / ;idalib' i rccr u i t v and form er 'circuV'^rierfbrmer;-'; , enter tains . ...-Ujs 'buddies Jw >having with a blow torch, eating tjd-bits of broken felass, nails, tacks and other 'iron rations," ' x The Naugatu'ck' \\dmcn'-who have b.ecri 'doing'their .liit :by Devoting many ^ hours' of! their spare- lime in niaklng and khltting garments lor .the:-men . of our nation 1 serving in 'the \armed \forces, .will,, derive much pleasure '. ;fi'onV- the;• fact that •'tli'eir 'efforts nre ; appreciated and -several "lett.ers to nils effect have .been ;; deceived v'by .the Red Cross :chapter' . '• ;.'••.,. .-'-.- . ' • . '•'• Among the • government hospitals acknowledging, receipt: of .the garments': 'are' the." Lawson ' Geheral hospital. in' Atlantai> Ga., .which re\ ceived- -'sliDoyer 1 ' sleeveless sweaters •fronr''-NaUgatuok'-.-'cjiapLcr.; .the Station ifosp.ital • at Pdrtpeycns,. Mass., for socks and bridge-table covers, and the Station Hospital at Fort Niagara, Balavla, N. V, for knitted caps. * l Local Resident^ Of Jewish Faith Will Hold Services In Their Homes Tonight Jewish , residents of- Naugatiick will celebrate the Feast of the Pass,over this- evening- -with private services in their own homes, Sidney" Weiss, president" of- Congregation Beth Israel, announced today. Tomorrow evening they will hold a service at 8:30 o'clock in Heeler's restaurant in Watcrbury. . The .Passover starts at sundown this evening ami will continue for eight days. For the first two days, starting with sundown , tonight, members of the Jewish faith refrain from work of any nature and also on the last two. days of the' period.. These four days are holy -tlhys but work may be performed on the intermediate days which are semi- holy days but are observed by special prayers. Tho Feast of the Passover is one of joy for Jewery as it, commemorates the release of the Jews from bondage and celebrates the occasion when Christ was surrounded by his apostles at the Last Supper. ort by th o VJtt fciMGrJi> liofpre ..... penciled' thc.maliv Amerfcftn Jinc «nd the a'M.uclc ended scvcrai-iiours 1 **afl- r savage hnnd^l.o-hand combal," \ l Tlio a tl«o)f, launobod; !»' , several waves of troopB, canie at\the end of the seventh day of Incesftiiini bombing and of Ainorlyjan lines and positions,by .lapanese planes and heavy arliljery. Military 'exports said .there wan no doul)t this was, 1-he beginning ,ol •Ocn. Tornbyuki A'amanlijta's efforlis t,o llqui'daio-- the, oulnxtmbored /Anv- crican-Filiplnp forces';whl,ch rcpoat- 1 edly had f6tight, off, thc,.1npanese In Mi roc of frcQUCnUyv Intense fighting and, l(0p(. ihe enemy .from using Manila harbor, finest In tho East. .;'. '••'''• , .''''..',• In the (layll^bi hours, before lost' nJghfAs o'sfiiiuH, Jopanose; y i)lftnes rc^ ncw'cd raivis on Gorrcglclor's Island (Continued on Page Eight) 1,000 TRfflffTO BEREtEASH) OFFER BY HARTFORD CIO Hartford, Conn., April 1—(UP)— CIO union employes- of the.: Colt's 'Patent KM re Arms Manufacturing •Co. agreed today to give .up double r M,ime on Sundays, 'and 1 timc-and-a- •''hajf on Saturdays. If th'ose days I :fefi with In the 40-hour week. {'•• A unanimous vote on.the pay re- linqulshment .was taken by mem- i.bers of the United Electrical, Radio. and Machine Workers of America unjon., „•• '.-.'• -v '•'. • ' . •. /.-• • . , ;•' Th6 Union offer was transmitted to, the management. A-••'•cbmpahy- spokesman said: "We accepted .11 for consideration, and no action ;has been taken,!With what little study we have been able to give it, we do not find- that, the proposal Is of any real interest." Fred Baker, president of the Nau- gatuek ,Fish and \Gume 'Protective association;- has ' been advised by; Kenneth 10. Cobb, of the State Board { of Fisheries and Gamo v . that a representative .of the state board will* be here next Saturday morning at' 10:30 to supervlse-the distribution of { approximately 1000 2-year-oid trout, from the local association pool at; Jimmy Montanorl's home. The trout; will; be released in the'/ Cotton Hollow, Prospect Street ami*; Uop Brook sl.renniB and several; other smaller streams in the vicln-' ily of Naugatuck. , f POPlRlN DIES SUDDENLY Samuel H. Slobocllank of /i/ii) NorlK.; Main street, Union Clly, died-^sud-; dcnly last, .night-, at. his" home. He/ was born I n; RussJa; com! ng to the United States.20 years ago and set- ( Ming in Sprlngnclrl, Mass, He .came to Union City Jn 1922, where he es- * tabDshed ti meat and grocery busi- ? ness, which, he., operated until the; time of hlsuteath, Mr. Slobodlank was a member of the I. W. 0. of Walcrbury. Survivors are his, wife,. Mary'(pltkow- . sky) SIo))odlan)t; one >; daughter, Helen, both of Union GUy; three • brothers, Ivan, Gregory,and Peter, all of Russia. : - v- - ; • •- •* Wie funeral will: be held from the Fil//geraUl funeral home, 320 1 North Hurial '•.< Wi)H^ ber< In'i'GlrD.ycu.«flmelcry.; Main street, on Friday at 1 p. m. irHendsmav oa^ at the funeral home after 0 p.'in. today. — ' - •-

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