Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 26, 1944 · Page 2
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 2

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, July 26, 1944
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Page Two NAUGATUOK DAILY NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 26. Maritime Service Seeks More Men For Ship Training The U. S. Maritime Service Is row accepting applications for on- rollment for men IB to 17 ]-2 ,'uul 26 to 35 1-2 for training and n career At sea with the United States Merchant Marine. .. Applicants! bciwecn 1C nnd 37 1-2 years of age must weigh nt least 130 pounds and be f> foot 'I Inches in height. If under 21, .applicants muHt have their parents' consent. During the six weeks of basic training, enrollees will n'mly fire fighting, breeches buoy, son" rules and traditions, nwlmming. ship construction, and equipment. llf-.'boat work. gunnery and physical training. Following basic training-, cn- rollco.s will be selected for advanced training, by examint-l.ions sind personal Interview, for deck, engine, radio, steward's, or assistant purser-hospital corpsmcn departments. These courses will average from three to M|\ months In length. Upon -enrollment in th'.i U. S. Maritime Service, applicants are paid $50 per month and receive complete uniforms, meals, living quarters, plus excellent medical and dental euro. For applications, phone, writ? 'or s»« • the enrolling officer nt 10-M Chapel street, New Haven 10, Conn. BONIN - NEXT STOP TO TOKYO? Soldiers use twice as nr.ifli soa.P as civilians. NOTICE! TO OUU XAUOATUCK !*TOnE CUSTOM BBS! Duo to wur time condition*, we .ire (^impelled to close our >'an gutiick .store. CAM, US For tlio day our Uoute Man will on your Mtreet. Free Telephone Service For NaiiKutuck Customer!! Call Enterprise 4700 ITH U S, fore** In control of ., , , fe, thftBollton*! rour n*xl off*n*iv* -may b« 'ctt- n»cf*d al the vital Bonin island*. Th*i* itlandi - la»l major, .amp- ping.-tton*i la th* -Japan*** homeland —or* 900 mil** from Saipan and only 400 rnitot from Tokyo. Th* .Benin*, mf tropical volcanic ill**, or* heavily fortified at a naval and air »hi*ld for Japan. They will probablylb* tougher than Saipan to invod«but one* tubdued th*y will op*n wide lh* door i*r 'vi»tory *»*r Japan'. S~^ —'-N-- x—n **'•?-1 H^H,.^:^-/ ^Mf «»0»UN Names Of Conn. Miss Stardust en Casualty lists .uundiTcrs — Dry Cl< » K, »Inlii St.. Watt- Mulii O/flcu & riant, 22 Walnut St. Kxt. Wulertown — Naueiituck >Vith the Invasion of Tinluti under wny the battle fo: Guam going well, this map provides a comprehensive rouud-u|> of the uctlun ureas In this vital I'-mlfic section. Saipan Is now Iwlnir effectively inn-tl for air tittaclis on the Ronin Islands which He about HOO inllos off the Japan coast lUid Guuin Is l Te- purted completely Miirroiiiuled by a mighty U. S. warship fleet. Meanwhile, Admiral KiliR state.)*., that we are now ready to hit at the Philippines, the Chiii'i euast and the mainland Japan Itself. (international) Chrysler and Plymouth G. M. C. Trucks J.C.RAYTKWICH, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing 1WJ SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone 409B OKKATKK SKJCV1CIC | from your clothes when they j lire f.|i'iin«<l n-culurly l>y <>iir j «x|n>rt workmen. J'rompt xorv- i D. LIEBERMAN \ 2fl CHUKCII STIIKKT I Six Escaped Army Prisoners Have Been Caught Salt Lake City, July 20—(UP)— Six escaped Army prisoners have been recaptured after a chase over the Utah salt flats. The men—hold at the Weiulovor Field Air Base — overpowered guards and forced a trucltclriver to aid in their (,'ctaway. Planes followed tho escape route from the aii- while military police and highway patrolmen blocked the road on which the truck had been spotted. The prisoners—thouRh armed— surrendered without a flsrht. They had with them one M. P. as hostage. Banfror, Maine, July 2G—(UP)— Two of six Germans \vho escaped ;'rom prisoner of war camps near Princeton have been recapoured. The- FBI says that Leopold Loidolt, 23-yoars-okl, .and Herman Keil- r.eeker. 30yeurs-old. wore captured by State Policeman Delbcrt S;ir- (renl near Wesley. They offered no i resistance. The pail 1 escaped from a woods project camp at Crawford. Four other prisoners who escriped from Topslleld July ISth still are at Local 45 To Have Victory Dance Sat. Thn Local . -tp, TJRWA, dance scheduled for this Saturday ni^ht will be turned into a victory dance, George Froohlich, president of the local said this morninK. Local >I5 won the union election at the mechanical and maintenance department held yesterday at the foot- wen r plant. Dancinp will start in the open pavilion at Linden park at 9 p. m. and continue to 1 «, m. Joe Kock and his Rock'n Rye boys will furnish the music. Yale Prof. To Speak On Public Health New Haven, Conn., July 2f—Dr. William W. Peter, . associate professor of public health at YaleUni- veisity. will spa.'U: on "Public He:i!th and the Weir" during the "Yale Interprets the News" program next Sunday nitfht, July 30, from C:-I5 to 7 over Station WTtC. Hartford. Di 1 . Peter, who i.= now also Medical Advisor for the United China Relief, was formerly in cha'rpc of Indian affairs in the Department of the Interior. For 15 years, he wos director of tho Council on Health Education and technical advisor of the Ministry of Health in China. Cotton Ed Smith, And Hattie Caraway Lose In Primaries That's nil :i three day—Uii-eo lino WANT A'l) will cost you. T.liroi; linos •vvlll g'iyo you i'it'l.L'on words, tu \vi.rk un. too.- A good, ole.'ii 1 ;irul lirii'l' ilcscription of your '.For Sfile' or 'AV:iiit.od io l>uy' ntliclu will bring you (In: rijsuJls you desin: for only Call the Classified Dept. Of The Kaugatuck Daily News TODAY! Tel. 2228 . (By United PrauO When the Senate roll is called .next January, Cotton Ed Smith won't be there. And neither will the Senate's only woman member —Hattie Caraway. Smith went down to d.efcat yesterday in the South .Carolina primary. And Miss Caraway took a severe trounclnp i.n, the Arkansas primary. Smith's defeat ends 36 years in the Senate for the mustachioed, tobacco -chewing 1 South .Carolina solon. Cotton Ed is an anti-New Deal' emocrat. The man who beat him is a pro- oajevelt main •— Governor Olin Johnston. However, Johnston says he opposes some administration domestic policies. In Arkansas, Hattie Caraway's defeat was a decisive one. Mrs. Caraway ran fourth in a field of five. RupresentuLive William ' Ful- briRht, author of the Fulbrlprht resolution favoring 1 United States collaboration with .other nations to keep world peace, leads' the field for Mrs. Caraway's S'enate seat. Second place is. close between Governor Homer Adkins and Colonel T. H. Barton, an El Dorado oil m;i.n. Fulbi'ipfht docs not have- a majority of the votes cafct, so he'll have to fi^ht it out in a 'run-off against either Ad kins or Barton. Elsewhere on the political front, Senator Harry Truman, the Democratic vice - presidential nominee, is suffering from exhaustion. Truman sayis that three days of almost constant handshaking has left him fatigued. His doctor out in Independence, Mo., hjis o.rdored him to bed. " .Washington, July 1 20—(UP)—War nnd Navy department casualty lists announce the names of 12 Connecticut a'rmy men wounded In •action, five naval jn'cn killed, three iniLaing and two. wounded. Accordint; to t s he Navy. department, the rive dead are: Marine Private First Class Theodore 'P. Blakealce of 108 Park, street,' Bristol. Marine Private First CIais« 'Earl D. Burdlck, of 48 Lincoln utrcot, Putnam. Marine Private First Class John J. Casey of 101 Orchard, street, Cos Cob. Captain Henry H. N. Shrivcr of Grumman Hill road, Wilton. And Fireman Second Oasis Nicholas Victor Solla of GO Biunford avenue, OaJivlllc.- Thrao me.n. reported missing by the Navy department-arc: Radioman Third CkLHM Wilbur Axel Allen of 1115 Mn-plewood avenue, Wo,>t Hartford, Lieutenant (junior jfrod:;) Clayton Edward Nclaon of Moxley road, Uncasvillc. And Electrician's Mate Third Class Edwnrd Joseph Stock of 90-1 Asylum avenue. Hartfocd. Naval wound caeualtios include: Motor Machinist's Mate First Class Arthur Bradley' Canada of 1831 WO'-l Elm street. New Haven. And Torpedoman's Mate Second Cities Morgan- Sumner Hill of 123 Montowese .street, Hartford. Connecticut men. reported by the War 1 department ajs wounded in 'action include: Technical 'Sergeant William F. O'Connell of -137 Birch Mountain road, Manchester, wounded in the Asiatic area. Four wounded in the European area are: Private Fii-st Class Walter Conti of lilU Day struct, New Haven. Private First Class Jo : :cp!i J. Kajnck of Gl Indian Field road, Greenwich. Staff" 1 Si:rpeant Maurice C. La- Grua of •! Cliff strcat, Stonington. And -Private First Claws Be.n- jamin F. Li twin of 282 Gri-wold street, Glastonbury. Five wound casualties in tlie Mediterranean area Technician FouTLh Grade Joseph J. -A-bdella of 9S East Liberty street, Danbui-y- Private Fiif-t Class Clement F. of SG Boston Post road, Cos Cob. Technical Sergeant Harry A. Stone of S3 Forest 'street, Bridgeport. Private First Class Ercolc Tom- •;LSS(;tti of 30 ICrwin piace, New.l3rit.- ain. And Private Everett P*. Trerice of !>S1 Blue Hills -avenue, Hnr-tfoi-d. And in the Southwest Pacific area: Pirvn.te Casidio J. S.\-ve;tro of 339 Bond street, Hartford; and Private First Class Edward S. Wilensky of 2S Chestnut -."tnjet, Walerbiiry, ar 1 } reported wounded i.n. action. Fight On Plan For World Bank IsPrdicteih New York, July 2fl—(UP)—A spokesman for the Foreign Policy assolation predicts a conRTennionnl fight on the world bank program drawn up at Brctton Woods. The association Bny« the success of the Allied monetary .ponds on . revision f>f the United Stales tariff policy and upon" loans made by Uncle Sam to other nationx. A"n™«ipproprl«lion. of some five billion dollars—the bulletin predicted—would lake extended time for congressional action. Blonde Kitil Dulgle, I»w(:ll, MUKK., has jn«t been chosen "Miss Stardunl" from iv-field of :!,0()0 contoKlunlK composed of K\ve<:theiLrl.H of servicemen. The l!t-yenr-old beauty was awarded a $500 wur bond und :i screen t»;st for topping the fluid of entrants. (International) • Gen. Donovan Is said To Have Been In Madrid U. C. Man Draws S'uspended Sentence 7ti the only .crtso in borough court this morning, Stanley Skrok of North Main .street, Union City, was senlencod to a year in county jail, suspended on condition that he I Coupea* Worth 996 Gallons Of Gasoline Biota Brockton. .know* Uu: t4iltm cy. Helpful rmoliiM. Fro|»rl«tor Gnrmlt If. Brockton pmitml * ' hi* tavollne NU|>p||« r lc« Jor Out d«. v . "Gt U<»n> key at the UciU •More (or, the :»r« oil the , road. . ttul — iimtcad of th* denier— a ,,wl«« . aiUnma^,. of lhc mid tin; tblr* »to| o worth !WO gallon* of l ** give $10 weekly to the his wife and children. He was arrested by Patro'm.. G^ort-fl Smith and booked ^> non-support charge. • Judjre Thomaw Ncary liUV WAK BONDS AND GRIFFIN—A Name Known for Years in the Valley SAVE 10% to 20% On Short Lengths of Fine Fabrics Reupholster Now! London, July 2C— (UP)—The Germ:ins say thai. G-oneral William i 'Donovnn, somotimn:! calle<l Prosl- d e n t noosovolt's special underground cliplomal. hn.s sponi itevfiral days in Madrid holding secret discussions. The official Transoccnn New.:- nsuncy declared in a Vichy dla- patch tliai. efforts were beinq: mad.? to conceal the identity of those to whom Donovan tallied. The agency added that Donovan had returned to Gibraltcr. British, Dutch and French possessions in South America have a combined' population of about o-i5,- 000 persons. Limited Time <M; SpociiU Offer . 2 «CCP Suite $69 Plione \V:H«-rlniry -I-RX!!. 1 ) or Nuujrutuck 4C!M) for AppointnwM. For Quality In Upholstery Insist On The Bart. Griffin UPHOLSTERING Co FREE DECORATING SERVICE PHONE 4-8W5J Funerals Funeral of Sin;. M. Simons .The funeral of Mrs. Mary Simons of 42 HaDock street, Wator- bury. a former resident of NauRn.- tuck ,who died Tuesday in St. Mnry's hospital, Waterbnry, \vill be held tomorrow morn'inp from the Stokes' funeral home, 09-1 North Riverside street Waterhury, at 3:30 a. m. to St. Joseph's church, :it 3:J, r ), where services will take place. The funeral home will be open today from 2 to 10 p. m. Grange To Hold Neighbors' Night Neighbor's night will be the feature attraction of the meetimg- of the Bcncon Valley pran£e Friday niKht, Charles Mes^ner, -head of ! the sroup, announced this morn- 'ing. The program is in charpe of Mrs, Dorothy Benson, lecturer, and fjuests from nearby granges •will be present. A report on the recent bond campaign to purchase an ambu lance for the Army will bo given by Mrs. Mildred Hair, and Wiilian Brush, w.ho wore in cliarg-c of th effort. The Golden Gleaners held thai all-day session today at the home of Mrs. Ida Schmitx of New Ha van. road. Warranty Deed Filec With Town Clerk According to a warranty deed filed in tho olilce of Town Clerk Raymond J, St. John, Mildred Knots and Raymond N. Jennings sold n'lot on High street extension to iLewis J. Carroll recently. 1MIOVING ITS WORTH Washington, July 26—(UP)—Tile •body armor worn by -American.air- men is proving its worth. A War department survey shows that of 133 flyen-i struck by flaJ{ while' wearinK the armor, two-thirds escaped Injury of ainy kind. And airmen not wearing . the flak suits showed a "substantially higher pfer-. coinage of serious injuries." Sewage Sludge gas jg' being used by some American cities as fuel to drive internal combustion engines at sewage plants. by "Crnriiiiiipn to Compliment Her PIERPONT'S Aiucrlcnn Gem So.'letT 1BI> IIA.MC S'l'IIICKT DIED SIMONS—Mrs. Miiry of 42 street, Waterbury. t F u n e r a Thursday morning at 8:30 a. m '• S'tokes' funeral home to St Joseph's church. Burial in Grove cemetery, Naugatuck. Buckmiller Funeral Home 22 PARK PLACE Telephone 4334 GREAT OAK r'AKM! OXFOKD BOAD Tel. 0049 z ... MILK — EGGS 1 Delivery To All Purls Of Naugatuck TAKE A LESSON ON KEEPING COOL JUNIOR SHEER DELIGHT IO 95 Summer confection for you. s\voet young things . . . who. tnkc ^izcs! 0 to 15 ... .'" icicle cool Bemberg' sheer. Rings of posies on white . • • drawstrin.c; neck and little puffed sleeves . . . the full skirt is accented with '» bright straw .belt. DRESS SHOP — SECOND FLOOR

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