Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 1, 1944 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, August 1, 1944
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Cancel Softball Solons Meet Friday At U. S. Rubber Co. Harry Ingrftm, Nnugiituck Industrial Softball league official hiu called an Important meeting of the Softball representative. 1 ! of the "U. S," Ntuigfituck .Chemical, Rl.sdon 'Mfg. Co. and 'Lewis Engineering Co. to he held on Friday night t\t Hie JnduHlrial Relations offlre of the U. S. Rubber Co. n'. 7 o'clock, A triple tl<- lias resulted in both divisions of the Naugatuclj iJUl trlal Softball leiiguo nnd It- Is hop that at this meeting plans Tor a two game playoff may be worked out. In the first half of tlio league Rladon was one of the tying top teams,, while In the second half Lewis 'Knglnonrlng occupied that spot. L'. S. Rubber Co. and Neuign- tuck Chemical were t1i-cl for first in hoth sections of league piny. Prompt, K.tport WATCH * ,IK\VKI;RY William Schpero Jeweler 180 cnuncii ST. — i riiRiit UP — Too Late To Classify 28 llnti.HClinld Artlcli-s .FOR (talc ut. n micrlflcr. Studio couch, chnirs and miscellaneous articles. Apply 178 Meadow street today, 'I to 8 o'clock, Must he sold -at once. Person vacating premises. BEACON FALLS CorruKpomlont'H I'hono 43B4 Conleth Kiernan Is Chairman Of Church Carnival Con-loth Kiei'nan, well known local resident, is general rJhcxirman of tlic St. Michael's church CHI-- nlval Him will be held at Moo's Field from Monday to Saturday oC next week inclusive, August 7 to 12. Other members of the committee are Mrs. George Grim who is in charge of the women's division, and Patsy!to, Albert Mnn- :ii-illo, William Swan, Loute Esposito, Arthur Hackolt, John Euo, Doinlnick Diuinaji. Joseph Kapelo- vetsky, George Chico;ki and 1 ' Jcre Trull. Dr. Kirschbaum Rotary Speaker Here Wednesday L<-Klou Election All members of the Beacon Falls Po"L of the AmoritKin Log-ion are requested to attend the meeting to be held on Wednesday night at S o'clock in the town hall. Commander Dennis Nolan asks a largo attendance as election of otllccrswill talu> place. Veterans of World VTar 2 are ?!i;:ible to join the Leg-Ion Post and my who arc interested may attend the meeting on Wednesday. .Plans for the annual outing of .Post 20 also ..will be made at the HL'Ctlllg. Tobacco luxes collected by tlie states Increased 7R1 per cent during 30 years, t'rorr. about $.17 mi'.lion to moro than ?130 million. Dr. Edward H. Kirschbaum of Wntcrbury, outstanding In th:- medical profession in this part of the state, will be the guest speaker ttt the regular weekly meeting of the NaugaUick Rotaiy Club at Stratton's Restaurant on Wednesday at 0 o'clock. Dr. Kirschbaum Is particularly well known in recent years for his achievements In the field of surgery, and his talk' entitled, "In- icrnal and External Humanity," promises to be particularly intcr- «tlng. At last week's meeting of the club, Corporal Robert BrtnXcrhoff was the guest of Ed Melbourne, local florist. The Army man has just returned from a long stay in the Aleutian Islands, and the members of the club, in an informal discussion after the meeting, enjoyed a resume of the soldier's experiences In the novthland. Jo'hn Curr, new member of the Naugatuclt Rotary club, gave his vocational talk at Inst week's meeting and presented many facts Ini connection with the manufacture of metal products that gave an insight into tills field not generally known. Japs Say Hks Try To Invade Rota •(Continued from Page 1) cnn forces may bo completing conquest of the southern .Mariunua. An enemy broadcast the United- Press claims United SHTtos units have launched an Invasion 'of Rotti island. The cnumy claims to have .helfl the Americans Iwck ao fair.' Except for mentioning heavy "Allied- aerial and' nav;il bombardments,' the Japanese pave no further 'clutalls. The Jap report'is not confirmed by Allied souccs, but an would not b ships and planes have pounded the island unmcrcTfu'lly for weeks. Rota is a small fortified Jupa.- More Names Ar$ Added To Tablet •. • ' ** * > , • . (Continued from'Page .1) Dillon, 'Gunnurd T. Dahlin. Jon R. Dlnsmorc. Willlnm T. Dunn Eugene J. Dowling, Juimes F William A. Fagcr, John J.'Torish ioh-ri 1 'H. Farrow, Joseph 'Goggln •••'. rlward • T. Hanloy, William A Herrh'onat, Jr., Bernard Z. Kallnow •Kl,-:- Edmund T. Knrabanowsk! John A. Lawlor. Clarence F. Litkc Willlnm F. Mariano, William F Mariano, Carl E. Mcrolli,!, Harold MacDonald, Daniel W, Mikailjs . , , .-_ • , L irjiAlj^Ul JtA Ml, J_/UJJJi;» »T . «* i r» *»•"** n invasion of Rota John T . MalonCi Georgc j. Mezzo L. surprising. ^Many Etlmund Napic| ., j^oy B . Noble George J, Oldakowsk.1, James G Pisturclli, John E. Pyatt, 3rd, 'James W. Rcilly, Henry W, Robin. , , nose island some CO miles north | son,' Joseph C. . Ruzinkovic, David of Guam ,nnd the same distance : Soboluo, Emanuel S, Selafla south oC Tinian. It is the last NAMJSD ADMINISTHATOll enemy holding Marianas. In the .southern -Thomas J. Shea, Mario 0'.. Sequen-, Ijeonard .1. Schaff; -Howard -H. Schumaker, Vincent J. Tarnowicz, The Japs also report ,that fierce ' Joseph J Thomas Albert J. Tarn* _ _ . »lrt*M,_. -inct T-Ttiv,,,!/ (. iinnf^nr hand-to-hand battling is going on in the southern -area, of Tinian. An Allied announcement'say's the final mop-up ot the remaining Japanese is delayed by rugged terrain lending to the small pocket where the enemy Is trapped,. On New Guinea, the latest leapfrog landing by General MacAr- Lhu'r's troops has brought practically nil of Now .Gurnea- under Allied control. The Allied troops arc expanding 1 the bearchhead they established at Snnsapor, ut the north. ulonis and Harry L. Upright. "Nazis May Be Leaving Warsaw (Continued from Page 1) London, Aug. 1—CU P)-—Vice-Admiral William ClasRford will administer United States naval shore affairs in liberated and recon- quered Euorpc. Glassford says his agency will^be co-ordinated with •tfimilur British a-nd Russian groups, , mriheni island and the Philippines. west end of New Guinea. The Initial landings were completely un- oposed. Engineers now are rushing work on (he Sansapor airfield which is within easy reach of Hnl- with the Polish committee of national liberation set up In Moscow before talking, to Stalin. Foreign observers believe the 'premier has delayed too long In seeking an understanding with the Soviet government. In the meantime, the Russians have made commitments to the national liberation committee. ' . Cheeking Air Force Officers in Unk Trainers spirit that won tfie Army A t AIR FORCE OFFICER came in for his routine checkup and was surprised to find a Wac in charge of the Link Trainer. "Why, that's no work for a wo'man!" he said. "I've been trained for it, sir," the Wac answered with a •mile, "And if I can't do it, I don't belong in this man's Army." This Wac spirit isn't just one of brag or pride in the Corp*. It's a spirit of confidence. For the WAC hasn't been given jobs, it has won the right to do them. When the WAC was first organized, there were only four jobs the Army thought women could handle. But the WAC rolled up its sleeves and showed the Army what women can do. Job by job, they demonstrated their aptitude, their earnestness, and courage. And the four jobs grew into 239. Today, wherever you find a Wac on the job, you find a job well done. G.I. Joe say* it. The Colonel says it. And the General gays, "I wish we had a million more Wacst" Sending combat orders to bomber crews Good soldiers... ''V Winning recognition &/• ga/fant service N. tVOMENS ARMY CORPS FOR FULL INFORMATION about the Women'* Army Corp*, go to your nuareit U.S. Army Recruiting Station. Or mail'the coupon below. H»v« y°« »ny <= nildren und« I-*? Have you had at lea.1 2 year* "' high fchool? Yanks In France Going Forward (Continued from Page 1) U. S. Rubber Co. Report Is Listed (Continued from Page comber 31, 1943. Accounts and notes receivable- from customers, less reserves for doubtful accounts (J2,535,'S21 for 19'U) totaled $-15,906.622 against $47,8S.'3.0.';4 at the close of 1943. Total inventoricf (nt lower of cost or market) wore $72,715,669 compared with $69,580,- 7SO. Current liabilities, including accounts payable of J15.905.3S7, aggregated .$.11,405,429. This compared with $16,171,233 and $-15,353,031 respectively on December 31. last. Accrued federal income and excess profits taxes and renegotiation of war contracts (less U. S. Treasury Savings notes $44.234,912 for 1044) were $10,366,685 against $15,545,714, on December 31, 1943 when U. S. Government Treasury notes totaled $32,257,5-18. The company retired $2,417.000 of the 3 5-8 per cent first mortgage and collateral trust bonds, scries A, due July 1, 1958. reducing the outstanding amount to $29,308,000. Gold Watch Is Taken In Break (Continued from P«RC 1) every room in I.he iipartnicnt. piclcinp up «.nd t.-iltinp wi(;h them the frold wntch from a lablo in tlic dining room. Cooly the' house hrcnltcrs tw>k t.imc out to -pn.vta.kc of a. pitcher «f root, beer thnt was iin the rc- frig-crator. When' the son. n.m! djuijrhtcr of the family arrived home shortly after 8 o'clock, thn intruders went out through the front door, apparently, as the two homccomcra came in the bticK door. Niaufiv-Uuck police are invc?tipr;it- inp the case as well ns the rocoiV. break at the Supruc Filling Station, on the New Haven road when $200 in merchandise was taken. II UNDER ARREST New Haven, Aug. 1—(UP)—A Manchester man— Frederick C. P.urltha,rdt —is bcin.g hold on a draft evasion charge. According to the F-B-I, Burkhardt failed to report for induction at the New Haven center last Nov.ombcr, and hari been sought for the past eight mont'hs. BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS tenant General Bradley Dent two .armored column)) rumbling forward. Front dlupalchcB say the tanks ran into a skirmish around St. Qucntin about half way between Avranchea and the Sclunc river where it was thouphl the enemy might possibly moor a new defense line. But one of Bradlcy's armored columns broke over the river at a point thrcn and a half miles south of Avrnnchea. And another went over four and a halt miles southeast Of Avranchcs, wrecking- any Nazi hopes of- making a atand along the atream. United Press Correspondent Henry Gorrell any a that except for some German shells, the Americans are advancing without any opposition. And they have emerged into 10 to 12 miles of flatlunds—ideal for tanks. United Press War Correspondent lames MoGllncy reports from Av- -anches that the .American tank? are racing so fast that the infantry can't keep up with them. And the U-P adds: 'As nearly SB I can tell, there is nothing .to stop them, wherever hey want to go. And continuing, McGlincy says, "This is conquering irmy which can not bo stopped— east of all by the Germans w-lio ,rc running as fast as they can." The entire western flanlt of the Ulied battlellno i» swinging for- ard. For nortft and northeast of Avranchcs, American and British anks and. infantry have pushed p as much as four miles-. The main hub of Nazi resistance s below St. Ix> in the rca. Nazi Marshal Von Klu-gc h.n.s h;-own tanks and crack S-S a-nd paratroops squads in the counterattacks. But American gains and thoso of the British below Cau- moii't arc threatening the enemy with destruction. Elsowlicre on th.e American front, the Nazis, cut off by the lightning advance to the south below Avranches, arc surrendering by the hundreds. And now bhe Nazis say the eastern end of the Allied Una in France is exploding into action again. The German transoccaTi] news agency says .British artill.Try opened -a .so-called "drumfire" barrage in the deadlocked Caen arr^i .at 8 o'clock this'niorning." And the German agency says the bombard- men:!, indicates that new offensive operations arc-about to start there. Allied operations in the air 'last night included an R-A-F ' heavy bomber attack on Nazi flying bomb .sites in France.'Other Allied bombers raided enemy naval vessels at L.C Havre, France. Tliat's the base for the Gorman, motor torpedo I boats reported "officially to have | increased their activity Sundn and Monday nights. Other Alli^ planes continued 1 'to pound' 'No? supply and communication targou in.Fi-ancc. For their part, the Nazis sen flying bombs' in.' comparative!;, small numbers last night ovc southern England including th London'area, • " ' IITAILIIHI* 1M| YOU CAN BE AS HAPPY AND CON. TENTED AS A SOUTHERN COLONEL WITH HIS SEERSUCKER SUIT ON HIg BACK— -. AND MINT JULEP IN — HAND. 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