Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 1, 1942 · Page 4
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 4

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, August 1, 1942
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1. U'' , . t ' '/ r. AUQUST 1, 1942 DAILY NEWS Pftfift Hvt WORLD What's a Jat? Herl AreSome THESE ARE MTS-^-Whaf are Jats? They're members of a n^lmisbrtant casfe inf India i TheyVe at Indo-Aryan stock, with dark skins and excellent physiques/They hold peacocks in special reverence. Here, they're learning to operate a British anti-tank gun, somewhere in Iraq. SPIES' DEFENDERS—Given thankless job of defending eight Nazi saboteurs who landed from U-boats are Colonel Cassius Mi Dowoll, loft, and Colonel Kenneth Royal!. They're shown arriving at U, S. Supremo Court, Washington, where they asked trial of spios before civilian court. •> <'« ^ v -:>">:' JUST LOOKING AROUND—American pilots visit Scot poet Robert Burns' birthplace at Ayrshire. From left: Capt. Louis F. Rafferty, Omaha; Major Walter Shorter, Hasting$-jjn ( r -,., >iVi: N. Y.; Major Tom Barrett, Laramie, Wyo.; Major Timothy Mclnerny, Boston; unidentifiedofflc'erV THE FOURTH DOWN UNDER— Baseball garne, other sports, dances and groaning tablVs;helped ; U.S. service men in Australia celebrate Fourth of July. More than 500 pounds'of turkey^were eaten m Melbourne alono. Here's scene in Red Cross service club; where *nen line up for feast. POSTS BAIL— William Griffin, editor of New York Sunday Enquirer, leaves New. York hospital with nurse, for arraignment on U. S. court chargs of conspiracy to impajr morale of U. S. armed forces. He prp- duced $5,000 in cash for bail and, weak and pale, returned to hospital. WEDDING DRESS—Previous to wedding in White House, to Harry Hopkins, Mrs, Louiso Gill Macy poses in vyedding dress. If is blue cropo afternoon dross, with jeweled accessories de- signed.on Victory knot thomo. Ring is gold rope. ?. 5rSi? ««* FOR VICTORY—Doreso Bell, 20, chosen United Nations Victory Queen, in Washington, •arhong girls from 36 states. She'll start war-fund tour of nation soon. SAFE THROUGH CARIBBEAN—First American convoy moves safely through, Caribbean waters, formerly happy hunting ground for Nazi U-boats. Not one torpedo was fired at ships or did any sub show up Ships were convoyed by Naval vessels under direction of Lieut. Com. John Walsh. JlBUT AS GIANT— Vah''Uri^lo Mungo, former bad boy of J r ooklyn, makes first appearance with New York Giants, former f °udincj onomlos, In first half of twin bill with Chicago Cubt he w o$ boafon byscor«;6f TW,,.,.,. .,-n ,« BIG RACE FAVORITE—Pay fo'hian stake at Good Time U trained and raced by Lee , Up, colt highly regarded'a*,likely. winner of 17th $40,000 Hamble- light Roof. Waldorf-Ast, Park Goshen N \'.. Aug. 12,'turni.oiit fast mi e at the track. Colt New York. They were i Smith Owner U R H' ^oKrii o'riS»haHotte. M O»." ' ried in Bombay l..t May. TIGER — Lieutenant George (Dutch) Jeagor, former Flying Tiger reported to have shot down 35 Jap planes in Battle of Burma, shown with recent bride, former Evelyn Hilton of Indianapolis, at Starlight Roof, Waldorf-Astoria, mar- SEDITION TRIAL—William Dudley 'Pelly, 'left; 'form^leai<l< Silver Shirts, and two co-defendants, ar.e pn trial Jplnjdi on seditious activities charge. They are Agnes Marion- son and Lawrence A. Brown. The three'were named a of weekly magazine, Galilean. , TOOK THEM THROUGH-r-LieuTenant Commander John. F. Walsh, who had charge of first convoy to move through »ut- infested waters of Caribbean. Strangely, no isub $hcw«d lip. Here,, commander ra'laxer within-easy reach of bridge. V;'. H I T C H E R — Approach,: of American Army truck; °s where in Iceland, prodi young schodlboy to use versal thumb methodfo p a ride. Well, Icelander* Americans like each 'other^fi*:' it's safe bet he gotjt. ,u t v ^,-/, x s >' ^^^m =^^B > "• ^ j^' ' *' V- *rf ff ''•. ^^^^^^HWIBi Oistr. by United Feature Syndicate, Inc* 04

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