Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 17, 1944 · Page 2
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 2

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, July 17, 1944
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Page Two NAUGATUOK DAILY'NEWS MONDAY, JULY,!?, 1944 Pvt. William Barlow Injured While Playing Ball .Stay Of Several Weeks In Army Hospital Antici pated By Local Soldier COTTON HOLLOW Corrf.tpomlcnt'jt Pliono 5323 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barlow received word that their son, Pvt, William Biu-low, who Is statlonoc* at Lake Charles, La., Us In the hospital there rycovcrlnK from in- Juriis sustained at the camp. Pvt, Barlow dislocated his right shoulder and right '«« while playing bull. He will be In the hospital for several weeks. Visit* CiunpiiiK Scouts* Scoutmaster Harry Winnie and Assistant-Scoutmaster Fred Audry. Jr., drove to Mt. Kobe to visit Scouts of Troop :l-t, who are spending severitl weeks at the Scout camp. Joseph Sargent, of Cotton Hollow is swimming instructor there. Among the Scouts that, arc at the camp arc George Moffat. Robert Hull, Norman Hotchkiss, Josoph Colucci, Caslmir Mayonowskl. and Kenneth Autlry. all of Cotton Hollow. Spciul.1 Wet-It With Brother Mrs. Alba Ferinlno spent a week with her brother, Pvt, Albert Borg- jils tit Camp Bl.-indlng, Flu. She reports him to bo in good health, and but for thu Florida heat everything clue is agreeable, .Mis basic training will be completed abf-ut the first of August, and he may bo home on furlough later that month. Jrlls address Is Pvt. Albert Borgnisl Co, A"," 222nd Bn., Gtfth Jicgt., Vnr:itlf>nlr>K At Homo LoulHC Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lame Hill, and a trainee at St. Mary's hospital in Waterbury, is spending her annual leave at the home of hot- parents, on New Haven road. Oi' every $100 spent for Ihe.U. S. war program, S21 goes for tanks, 1 and ammunition'. Largest Red Cross War Prisoner Cargo On Way Toi Europe Washington-, E>. C., July 17—The large-it shipment o!' American Red Cross prisoner ot war parcels yet •made in World War II is now en- route to Marseille, France, aboard the sister ships "Travancore" and ".Manga lore," which sailed from Philadelphia, the American Kcd •Cross announced -today. Thi's is the first time Iwo prisoner of war •supply ships sailed from this country on the same day. Largest and fnstc-it of the Red Cross fluel, tile motorahips carry a combined cargo of 1,320,000 standard food parcels and a consid--.-!'- nhle quantity of clothing for American and Allied 'prisor.-ers in Europe. The ships, recently built in Sweden, fly the Swedish flag and arc manned by a Swedish crew. They are under charter to ihe International Committee of the Red Cross at Ge.nieva. , The "Travancoro" m ado her maiden voyage to Philadelphia lo take on the cargo of Red Cross t-upp'.ies. The ".Mangalore" made 'lie:- firs: run in January of this yeur, 'completing the voyage to iMarscille in IT clays. This is her fourth voyage. The ships have a maximum speed of 10 knots' and are. Iwin Diesel powered. ' ' Rubco Takes Chase Again In Bocci White Enameiware Percolators Double .Boilers 8-Qt. Cooking Pots 4-Qt. Cooking Pots NAUGATUCK HARDWARE KKAItV HUIJ.U1-VG Tel. 5212 The U. S. Rubber Co. bocci team defeated the Chase Brass and Copper Co, representatives for the second time in a series of bocci mutches arranged between the two factories. The score yesterday was g.-l. The sanies were rolled at the Marchj.'ina club. Those participating wore: Case Factory: J. Tiso, Alesio D'Aiis-elio. V. Ceratlini, R. Scoppini. Metal Works: Jus Lombardo, Frank Cracin, Al Tacinelli. Al Dem eo. Noora Plant: Mossi Ealdoni, Mike Cocolio, John ^cLoranpo, Potc Turtuunti. Chase Rollins Mills: Peter Groppi, Janis Accosta. Nick D'Aniello, Etor-o N'oli. The U. S. Rubber squads arc: First team: Ray Carnaroli, Ed Petrucclli. Chris Martinet, Boyd Keller. Second team: Frank Montoni, Louis RtifTfrorio. Charles Anftelillio, Tony Martinex. Third team: Louis Bianchi, Prima Massa, Jim Mennillo, Tom Palmiei'i. Fourlhe team: Fudfte Sipnotti, Charles Tra t'acondi, Hutxy Mnri- nello-, A. Martinez! Japs Who Died In Attempted BreaRtfirough Jnp l:oilli>!t N|>rawl lii unKiilnly'.iluuth positions 'us tlioy " litter the bj'acli at 'ruiia"pi»K' Mlirbor on Salpan Island In the Marianas. ThcNC troops made the mistake of- attempting to break through the American n murduroiis croswll/c from machine Kims '.and rifles'. In the hiltUBroiind and. were mowed-flown in . aru two- enemy tanks; that were blasted out of action. U. v - S^ SlRiml 1 Corps Ijitdlo.tolcplioto,.i(lntcriia.tloiiiil) 50 Italian Laborers Sent Back To War Prison Camps Boslon, July 17 —(UP)— Fifty mcmbc'rs of "an Italian' labor battalion at Camp McKay will be nt back to prisoner of war camps today. The men are being disciplined for participation in throe outbreaks within a week. The last, fracas occurred yesterday when three policemen and an internee were injured during u riot. According'lo police, a proup of Italians climibed over the stockade fence and "rushed" a .patrolman when he refused locet a. baseball for I hem! Similar outbreaks occurred Siiturdy night and Wednesday. Saturday nifrht Wie Italians exchanged 'bluer' words and atones with 'bothers at nearby Carson Beach. wJiile 1 or. Wednesday another group refused to work overtime at the Boston port. Police Commissioner /'Thomas F. Sullivan ha^ severely criticized the army's hasidlinp of the prisoners. And a patrol ha.s been ordered to police Ihe area on 2-1 liours duly. World War A Year Ago July 17, 1943: Stockholm Reports Nazis To Shower N.Y. With Robots New Life FOR OLD TIRES WORN SMOOTH London, July 17—(UP)—A Stockholm newspaper—apparently help- infr the German propaganda mill —says the Nazis arc planning to shower7sew York with giant robot bombs launched from Denmark. The Stockholm bureau of the United Press sfiys the newspaper frequently publishes German propaganda reports. The Danish underground has reported no such bombs. According to the Swedish newspaper, the Germans have 10,000 bombs weighing 10 tons each. The | Missiles a'Fc said to travel over.700 j miles an hour, and contain an ex- | plosive 25 times more powerful ! than the robots being used against Britain. (My United U. S. forces push-forward-, more .than 100 .'mile's in Sicily .to'capture .important communications .center of -Agrigcnto; also seize B'ev.crnl i other towns, including Caltaglronc. I H'undrcda of Allied bombers from I North Africa and the Middle Eust j wage an offensive ngiiinsi, chain of 'airfields in soutl|:rn Italy.' . U. S. plnncs sink seven Japanese ships in the Enin-Faisi area north of Munda. including'a cruiser and two destroyers. . : ' . Eighth U. S. Air Force'attacks Amsterdam and targets in'North- western Germany. -.'.-.' Special Moscow communique' reports recapture of several villages in a forward thrust that carries more than six miles; report the Orel-Kursk line restored to its po- j sition prior to the German offensive, launched July C. Aces Defeat €YO In Close Match The Aces defeated the SI. Francis CYO 3-2 in a close bnll same- at Recreation Field yesterday. Billy Mnscola hurled for the winners, iillowinir the CYO m.-;n only two hits, while 'his tciuivmates,p:ath- .ered 5 off Wilcox and DeCarlo. •Schuster RO'. two or the hits, to lend the hitters. The panic, a six inning aCCair was won ini the last inning.; The score bv innincrs; CYO ".... 10000 1—2 2 3 Aces 10000 2—3 5 2 Ma-scola. and Schuster; Wilcox, Do Carlo and San AnRClo. BOY WAR BON DS A"V11 STAMPS Funerals Funeral Of Mrs. Lou No lloran JUST BRING US YOUR SMOOTH TIRES All you need to do ia keep n watchful eye on your tiros...and bring them to us ns soon, as they wear smooth. Expert workmen will do the rest. They know how to build new treads that piyo yo.ur old tires T new lease on life!' Buy Where You 5e9 the U. 5. Tirt Sign MAKE YOUR NEXT NEW TIRES NEW ' ,1 U.S.ROYAL L. P. RACKE GOO High St. Naugatnck, Conn. Tel. 2800 J. G. RAYTKWICH, JR. 106 So. Main St. Naugatuck, Conn. Tel. 4096 The funeral of M"s, Louise CThomns) Horan, .38, wife of Patrick Horan of Horton Hill I'oad, who diecl Saturday after a long illness, will be held tomorrow at 8:30 a, m. from the Euckmlllcr funeral hnme, 22 Park place, to St. Francis' church where, a solemn hij,'h Mass of requiem will be cclc- brntcd at 9 o'clock. Interment will be in St. Jri'mcrf' cemetery. . Mrs. /Horan leaves besides her, husband, a son, Thomas J.; a daughter, Mary Louise;! her: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thomas, all of Naufrntuck: thrc brothers, Ernest nnd Joseph' of- New York and Edward of Amhcrst, N. H.; and n sister, Mrs. Richard Richer •of North Billcrlca. Mass. " Friends may coll at the funeral home today from 2 to 10 p. m. Jcscpli 6'Mcara .The pallbearers nt the funeral on Saturday of Joseph O'Meara. were Raymond and Edward Fredericks, Robert Irvinp and George Irving, all nephews of the deceased. Rev. Joseph Kochunas who was the celebrant of I7ic Mass also conducted the committal services at the cemetery. The average soldier In 1917-18 was moved -Mircc times between his induction and embarking tor foreign service. Today the average soldier is moved.six times before being- ordered to foreign duty. . • ' •; c-4iyi'- itld i y vdjj a U tV-.. •. • nt . PIERPONT'S Aint-rlriill *^l'lll -SiK-UM y J.III.IIAMC STHBI3.T DIED HOKAN, Mrs. Louise, Knrton Hill road, July 10, 1S)'H. Funeral Tuesday at 8:30 a. m. from Euck- millcr funeivil home to St. Francis' church at 9' ;i. m. Burial in St. James' cemetery. • Announcement! ! ! Our Fruit and Vegetable Season Will Begin Friday, July 21 Wayside Farm Market Nuuffutuck-Waterbury Hlffhwny Buckmiller Funeral Home 22 PARK PLACE Telephone 4334 Electrical Supplies Lighting Equipment BOMB 'EM WITH BOMBS Victor —- Columbia — JJecea Kccords - - ; ' ' : .-' :' SWAN. . . ELECTRIC CO. 15 .CHURCH. ST. .: TEL..: 2574 4^+++f-++f++^r^r+^r+*r>+**-+*r+*r*-<r**r*' t ' LEISURELY SHOPPING i Mirrors . . . Artificial 'Flowers J . . . Paintings . . . Statuettes-. . . Spun 'Gl^.s.-. . . Pictures -.;and picture 'framing : .' • CLYNE GLASS SHOP 39 -MarriBon Ave. Waterbury Toll Now 18 In Trailer Camp Plane Crash BEACON FALLS Correspondent'* 1'honc 4WH Local Seaman Home To Europe ] Portland, Maine, July .17—(UP) —Thc;dCHl.h of a woman at ; tl'.e Maine 'Centra! hospital 'has .increased', to'IS'' Ihe..death loll from the trailer camp 'pl.-nrac crash .in South Portland lost Tuesday. Mrs. Virginia Warren, '32 yours old, died of burns suffered in the fire that followed the cr,osh. Mrs. Warren's .mol.hcr,- Mrs. Jennie Allen, also died :ta a result of Ihc accident. i Three, of ten jiorsons still Jios-j pitaii/ed arc 'reported in critico.l • : .L'OJulition. ;• . •• , . , ••; ..-. '• • I P O 3-C Edw.'i-rd. Dubond, U. S. N is -spending, a ten day .leave with his parents on. Railroad avenue. . •. • Tihe sailor returned recently from coii.v'oy duly l.o' Europe.. He' 1 is stationed aboard: a "merchantman ns a member of the armed guard. Weekly M:wn Tiicsiday The weekly -soldiers' Mas* will be cclcbraled Tuesday morning nt S a. m. instead of Wednesday at St. Michael's cliurch. AiitioiiJicc Hlrth Mr! and Mrs. Jerry Fuoco of Derby renounce the • birth of n. baby boy at Griffin, •ho.-pilu.l i:i Derby. Mr, Fuoco i.-> a. well-known local businessman, operating a s-or- vlce' s't-ition on Main ulrcc!,. This is the couple's first cJiilO. Weckontls Ilnmc . Franklyiv'Allon:, U. S. N.. who is stationed ' al, •file Brooklyn Navy .Yard, spent the woak-ond with his parents of Bethany road. 1-Ininc From Navy Yard William Baukat, Jr., U. S. N., a!so week-enrted in Bc:i«;on rails with his parents on: Felspar nvenun. The local suilor is stationed at, Brooklyn. Navy yard, Visit* Wife Pvt.' Francis' Payne was a weekend visitor from his posl. in Massachusetts. Me stayed with his wife at their home on Main street. Tcch-Ss-t. Stanley Chumilinski, USAAF, who is .stationed in: North Carolina,' is home on an IS-day furlough. He la staying wil.h his mother. Mi-s. Sadie Chumulinski. 'of •NorUi .Circle. . . Held Here Is A The Drawing 'rooms of the Scovill Manuf.-)Cluring Co. held a very 'successful "oui.ln'g on Saturd.iy at B.-iummo'r'.s grove on Field street. Master of ceremonies .it the event was William Phelan, well known Scovill executive, ..James Norton was head .of '•: the '.sports program, Henry ' Hollcnstcin, was chairman of the . entertainment :proi,'rnm.. .and EdwarO Bimmmor was. in.charge of food and trans- pnrtation. .. The entertainment .prcfgrom. was fc:Hurcd by songs jby'Miss Agnes Toballi. • -..-'..."" -- . An. extensive sports program including swimming" events. ' tool: place in addition to a.-picnic spread and other outdoor'specialtics. Virginia, West •Virginia and.Xorth and South Citrolinn. have' the largest families, according lo Ihc U. S. census. T.licy average 1 .. 4-4 parsor'S compared .v.w'ith .-iih.c" national 'overage, of- 3.8 in 1 10.30':.;-'; I. O. O. F. Activities The mcel.lng of Centennial'j-odi.'•'•'•• r. O. O. y.', will bo'called to oVdV' 'al. 7:30 Lonighi. ns several. ot ^.'- ' officers arc planning to attend th^ inslall.-i-'.'ion of Tovrascnd XodaX i» Watcrbnry. * m NING nEMONSTRATIox Miss Fr.ii!Ccj Whli«x>'nih. >,•(,-, Haven Counly Farm Bureau off I cial, will. give., a demonstration' O r' canning when ,thc Golden Clean ere of Beacon VaJlcy «ra,-n K n. m " •al. Grange hall Wednesday 41 JQ.'JJ I a. m. Mrs. Edna Gladding wllrx,. • • • ' '--' New railway p^sscn-jcr-cors hive .-in averse len,7th of between 7: and 85: feel. . . J'rnmpt, Kvpcrt \VATCJ r & JKWKLflY RKPAIIUNG William Schpero ISO CHUnCIf ST — 1 Flight Up — Pepsi-Cola.'Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Franchisee! Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling- Co., Bristol, Conn ^ wfflheVp

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