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our NAUGATUCk DAILY NEWS Cbe Bail? Fubltahod Evory Evening 'Except Sunday) by THE NAUOATUCK "KWS CORPORA11ON NAUGATUCK, ifiiuorecl aa second nt the post office In Nnugntuck, Conn, SUBSCRIPTION 1-iiyiiblu In Ailvnncu Tha Pi'uss has the exclusive right to use to the the United State, Ainitrlcu mill lc fo Mi.iulN, iiiitlon InillvlKlbli), with unil JiiHtlco for A THRILLING RESCUE That was it thHUin.u 1 dariui; and vory siu-ccMsful whic-li Uit- American Htniijcrs and yuurillas puy- formcd wliuii they niiitlr surprise visit a. Japmii'M' in-isoiii-r -I' war c-iimp in and fivi-il AHii-il war pnson- i 1 rSi storv of tin 1 ri'inarUahlo achiovc- inciit will iiii(li)iil)tO(lly In; a promi- pine'' tin- history of Worlil is wi'itti-n. Tin' raid en tliu camp was well and c-Jiivfully planned and was nirrifd cut lin'mc'ally ami in a most dra- miilic niitiiiu-r. Tin- -laps takon so surpr'iM' Unit all of Hit- prisuit wi-ri- UilK-d and most ol' (he Jjipani'Si: siildii-rs in lure- opted Ilic ivdvjitin.u 1 Aiiii-rifiins aiuUheir lilier- alcd (Mirtifiiiiiii'iis. siii'lVri'd a similar laic.

Ami'i'ic'iui lusscs I'm- the rntii'r operation wcri- cndy IIH.MI killed and I hive wDiuul- cd. Tlic liberated men had long' Imped that. sii'cli ii irsciii- he attempted, words can ndripmtely express the joy lluit filled their hearts as they loll the ciirtip fur the trip which eventually will lulii. Iliem hack to their homes wlioro they will receive llial treatment which will nature I hem to health and them the peace and eoml'nrt they so richly de- The whole incident was a striking ox- eiuplil'icnlion of the luyalty, and courage of our nion. It was just anotlfer rc'Velation of that strength ul' eharacler and fine spirit which makes Amei'ica the greatest nation in all Ihe world, RUSSIAN ATHLETICS siims, even ology.

"Whatever they do they do with a will. Ami ri u'ht now, when they are J'in'liliim 1 fur Iheir country and their ox- isleiice like Hie rest of us, nud arc re- pi.rled as losing 'JO, 01)0, (11)0 men, they manage to keep their athlftics All-Soviet. Union winter sports arc reported from many parts of the empire. There have been more than a million entries for the ski championship. These are not fancy city contests: they represent more than (iO.OUl) collective farms, This devotion to outdoor snort, is all the more uotalTle because competitive sports in Unsshi have developed only in the last few years, and it has been accomplished willi the interest, and approval of Ihe There is so much enthusiasm, even in war lime, (hat I here were Soviet records established lust year.

As further evidence of the Kusshms' athletic prowess, consider a news report published just (lie other day, thai in II days of winter offensive (he KnsMutis had taken from the enemy towns and gained 170 miles. Collectively they seem lo compare with Tler- ciiles, liie legendary all-round athle'c of antiquity. LIQUID AMMUNITION ft was finally decided Hint this war could not be won by having one largx; Lvroup of citix.ens in fox holes and another at horse races. So Uiat problem was handled hy eliminating ihe horse races, it didn't fully vivo the basic problem. For there still remain some other expensive and wasteful indulgences not much more good tlian the rnciiig.

Cocktail parties, for example. Some an- thorities say that the special form ol' liquid ammunition used at such parties would be more effective for war pur- puses if info explosives. tin in ti- res lii i. speculation, wlusn or M'hether this poor old world will evcv DO YOU REMEMBER? From The Piles Of The, News 20 Years Ago Mrs, Manfred Johnson returned homo lifter being a pnllcnt in Wntcrbury hospital. The town of NaupnUiclt contributed over to the Near East Relief Fund in their drive, 30 Years Ago JtimoM Eullor tincl Michncl Konrncy returned to Biiliimorc to resume their at St.

Mary's seminary. Mrs. Robert LoomiH wns 'confined to her homo by Illness for two weeks. Around The Clock 'PLEASE MR, GROUND-HOG!" Gi'ounct-hog, keep your eyes slnit, When you come out. today, Our conl and oil are rationed Sir! And It's for the Spring I pray.

You nfe such a little fellow, But I suppose it's up to you, So pluusc don't see your shadow, Or I don't know what I'll do. My oil coupons arc nearly gone, The kitchen pump is frozen over, Pk'iise! Little Ground-hog do your bit, Bring on the Spring and the clover. I shouldn't be complaining, About such a little thing. But ah! Ground-hog! Ground-hog! What I wouldn't give for Spring, 1 used to love the winter. When I was little child, But I'm no: as young as I used to be, This cold weather is driving me wild! I might even say that I'm dying.

But it's not from the cold and the wet, If you want the truth, Mr. Ground-hog, It's just for a Cigarette! Our car won't go, I walk to town, So Please. Mr. Ground-hog, Please! Don't make mo walk all those three miles, In the snow that's up to my knees. Now if you should see your shadow, Six more weeks of winter is in store, So I ask kind Sir, keep your peepers And I'll be sane again once more.

VIRGIXIA BREWER. 945 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1945 Hem- ye! Hear ye! Tuduy is the annual ubsi'i'vanco ol' Camlleinas Day or to some it is only known as "Groundhog 1 ami we wouldn't, be at all surprised il' a tmmk'i 1 of Xatigutuek residents tire vital- Iv interested in whether tho old wood- t'hnek is goinj (n see his shadow or not! One good tinny about tins I'd low he sleeps late, so we didn't have to get up bright and early (o see Mr. Groundhog. (MTifjial records state that he. makes his appearance on (lie second of February every year to decide- the i'titure ol' winter.

His "oiTtcial rising- time is at 1'2 o'clock noon, which will surely suit a number of our fellow going to the home of the long distance i'ortjcaster this morning we were armed with pick--', shovels, and oven a link- dynamite to clear away the heavy snowfall and sleet in front of Mr. ti round- ling's Imme. One thing sure, we dressed in stork pants and cellophane nightgowns because there was some fear (hat we might; meet one of those "woods The groundhog legend has it that if he sees his shadow, winter will continue for six more weeks, and if he doesn't sec liis shadow spring will conic early. Down in the hills of Piinxsutawnev, Pennsylvania, tlu-y make quite a time over the rodent prognosl icator. 'Tis said that members of the Gobbler's Knob Association fur Winter's Forecast dross in high silk hats and long tail coats, and with a parly of close 1" 100 make their way back info the hills to pay Mr.

Oroimdhog a formal visit at; dinner time. For close on lo 75 years tho association lias handed down this iradition from 'father to son and they haven't raissod a year in the past 74. Through hail, sleet, and rain this association of the Faithful Devotees of llie Seer of Seers predicts the weather for the public-. Xow we Avoiild like to know is how tloes Mr, round ling know when it is I lie L'ncl of February. He has no calendar, or if lie did he must have been out before the first of the year to obtain one.

And another thing bow does Mr. (iroundhfg know the time of day 1 We are sure there are great, groat, number of Xangatnck residents 'who do not want Mr, Groundhog' to see his shadow today not after the type of winter M-C have been having to date. Armed with my "brownie" my boss sent me out this morning to get a "snapshot" of Mr, Groundhog's appearance bnl. without any sunshine bow in am going to get a picture of that old wood- din ok! 'Your Mind And Body' 1 P. The shadow! lias soon his "AL" BRTCWK.R, articles were paivcl liy Dr.

Liwm CloniliMiiiiR previous to liis death. Or. ller- Itiun Uiiiuli'iisiiil, health autlinrlty, will assume the daily hrnlth iiiilcmn in T11K NKWS in the ni-ar future.) Eye Exercises And Do They Help Or A YEAR or KO MRO Mr. Aldoiis Huxlpy turned from Lho writing ot almost flawless modern novels Co boosii the mc-ihods of ill 1 Bates for the inipi-ovcment of vision. In his youlli -Mr, Huxley suffered an attack of punouaa which left one eye just c.ipable of liRhl perception and the other with about fi cent uf normal vision.

He undoubtedly the best medical advice which evidently wns discouruKinK as to any helpful U'catment. But it soems lo me a lesson which all doctors should lake to heart, that this hiffhly in- leliik'ent man wns never satisfied with so a verdict, even though he appreciated Die reuson- ublciioss of it. Not Mr There is something in every human nature which somehow, there is some method that is ROinK to cure mo of this horrible, ilisa bility. It was not destined that this should happen lo mo." Those of us on the outside can be more calm and detached about it hut wo mast rocogninc that human to' try anything that even suRK'Csts relief. Kye KxerciM's Ivlr.

Huxloy met. woman fiis ciple of the late Mr. Bates whq introduced him to n. set of cy exercises which includes "wink "noMu readnjr," "palming, and "sunninp." Within a mont; t)r moic ho liad learned to ren witirjut the use at' 'eases cou read without, fntipuu and alra for he had learned to avoid the ditions making fur strain- Ho mils his visual acuity has not creased, but says lie haa lean to use 1 what, he Lo vantage. The act of seeing is not ontir confined to the eyes.

Tlicri' 1 hiviin part of it, loo, if I is meant by Huxley the exei-dses tannin him and c-onLrol the brain tei's for vision- He published his uxpcricncos in a book called "The Art of Seeing," which caused considerable r.orri- at the time among; most of it unfavorable. 1 will ail- mi as read the boolt it seemed very foolish and eoafused. but then I wns never in the position of being afflicted with poor vision. Ruccnlly the discussion has come up fiffniri in the medical Dr. W.

B. of Boston, points out that, one of the fundamental laws of biology is that rope- 'ation'of nn act facilitates its per-I f'ormtmco. The first time one makes a billiard shot, he does il. awkwnrdly, tho hundredth time dexterously and with ease. Thus he thinks eye excrcisos are vuki- nblc for treatment oi color blindness, to increase acuity of pcriphe- nfil vision, and for speed and facility in doing typing and bookkeeping oven if ocular defect Eastern, Western Assaults Are C'o-crdinated Offensives Attention, Hirohito! More Giant Bombers Are On Way! Special to Central 1'rcss Secretary of Vi'ar Hor.ry L- Stimson has given the first official word that ihe Russian winter offensive in the east aiul the Allied assaults ill the west arc in fact planned, co-ordin- ated offensives ag-ainst Germany.

Military observers for over a been unable to any olllcial confirmation that the three- power assault on Germany 1 is, in fact, a combined military operation. At the big three meeting in Teheran, in December of 19-13. it was announced that plans for coordinated attack on Hitler's fortress had been worked out. Since that date, however, there has been nn military activity to indicate that, this co-ordination extended lo the timing of military drives. Until barely a week ago, in fact, the view prevailed generally that Moscow was following the course, of prosecuting an independent military operation from the east.

Some Washington sources 'privately voiced deep concern over the failure of Stalin to launch his winter offensive during the recent breakthrough on the western front. AH doubt of the nature of the Allied operations seems to bo dispelled by Btimson'a remark at: his most recent press conference that "all these Soviet offensives reflect the constancy of the Russian effort, in co-operation with that of the United Slates. Great. Britain and other Allies, to bring about the "We don't want to give the enemy any information." While Boeing's Wichita, aircraft plant hns been the blue- ribbon bomber producer, officials are constantly keeping a wealhoi eye cocked at Omaha, Renton, and Marietta, plants to make sure that manpower shortages, lack of materials and labor turnover arc not permitted to hamper output. WHILE THE OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION wishes devoutly that clothes rationing had been initiated long ago when there were ampin stocks on hand, the agency feels now that it is too Inte to start to ration clohing.

Despite stock shortages, therefore, civilians can expect, to buy without resorting to ration coupons. The Wai- Production Board and the Ollice of Price Administration are now concentrating on trying lo discover some moans of increasing civilian cloiho.s production and cutting down clothing costs which have risen through the drop in production of less expensive clothing-. To balance the discouragement caused by low clothing supplies Ibo hosiery industry predicts that, nylon stockings will be more plentiful and better in quality after the war than they were at the lime of Ponrl Harbor. Furbermoro, they insist that rayon hosiery will be more popular than before the war because of the development of better, high- tenacity rayon yarn which will bo turned into peace-time fuil-fasb- ioned hose. Silk stocking's are not expected to be very popular in the post-war period.

It is estimated that they jwill be worn by only about 20 per cent of the women in the United jstates after the downfall of the Axis. You're Telling Me! IJy WILLIAM rUTT (Central Press Writer) icon closely guarded secret but rmy sources gave an inkling of strength -of intia! striking forces over Tokyo when it was publicly revealed resses'took port in tho first mid over the Japanese capital. War 7 roduction Board Chairman J. A. I-ijrug parries all queries about overall production by saying- that is present, The methods of eye exercises dcvcl-oped up to the present are clumsy, but with scientific octilisls giving; attention to this field it may be made very useful.

Substitution Harmful It shouid be stressed and stressed hard, however, that it does real harm to substitute these methods of eye exorcises for other treat- has pi-ovod successful in helping vision in chronic eye conditions. This is where the faddist and enthusiast like Mr. Huxley is likely to do harm. He is ridiculous, as Dr. Stewart Duke-Elder, one of tile most eminent living oculists, says when he says these methods result in relief or cure of such serious diseases of the eye as glaucoma cataract, irritis or detachment of the retina because "reduce nervous muscular tension," It is ,1 good rule to be sure any treatment -one is giving, is not doing harm, and especially is not replacing" a tried and true method-.

The eye if; no part of the anatomy to monkey with. There is no field ot medicine more scientific and exact than that dealing with the eye. Be sure you have exhausted all really tested methods of cure before you start in on a.n untried one. LATEST REPORT hns Hitler cjuite deaf. This may explain, points oul Zadok Dumkopf.

why Dor Furious hasn't fired gabby Onkel Choe Coebbcls long ere this. Now that, all those little arrows on the war maps again aim toward Berlin even the dumbest Nuzi must see the point. Hirohito, rend, may flee Tokyo for Korea- 1-Jfe those days 1'or tin 1 Son of Hiiavon IV.KS become a Hudcs. When tbo shooting stops it will be easy to identify an item as strictly prewar. If it isn't made of soybeans it'll bo tbo genuine article.

Tho wny tbosc Russians soldiers can move Ihi'jujjh snow and ice you'd think they invented the stuff. Two more months, says pappy Jenkins, it. should warm pnoiiR-li for Grandma to skirt her fur nreUpiecc, Many large American cities nre already t.ulJnnK about building postwar subways. -Trim's one underground movement that will begin, not end, with the cessation of hostilities. WALTER WINCHELL Coast-to-Coast Trade Mark Registered.

Copyright, 10H. Doily Mirror Scoll.ind is about I lie sumo ns South MUM OS OK A CIKL Fill I) A Dear -Mr. hour the big coin for the Yankees came from Sonjn Henic (Capt- D. bride) renson H. stopped over to sec Louis BromflelO the hitler's Ohio farm was "to try nnd convert him into it A hopeless task, IV3 gelling oodles of mail from soldiers about the "better accorded Nazi prisoners of war ovo- hero.

Who'll send them to for action? Some of our hoys, frinslancc, arc put in the guardhouse for minor infractions of rules, while the 1'ifT and set away with almost everything. Makes tne Blue Network officials think it's so near they rushing their to Paris with the possibility they will broadcast the cessation of hostilities from Berlin! BROADWAY cifiKJc gals arc pelting S100 tips from a tipsy Swedish sea captain who' pays that to hear them echo nawty Swedish word. The word is around town, and the girls wait for him this sign in the cigar -store at -36th and Broadway: "We don't even have the cigarettes you don't like'." feature yarn in this: Arthus Stern is a post ollice clerk at the Grand post ollice. He os first concert at Cnj-noRic Hall on the llth. A lyric tenor Reader's -Scope has hit the 300,000 mark already, and I tells me your air plug for W.

Davenport's Jan. 27th article on ihe President and the Press probably contributed greatly lo the record newsstand sale. Prob'ly? himself wolf" likker store in Los Angeles irt called "AnKeTa Corner," and the customers enter Ihe ploce by walking on cap. turi-d Jnp flag. Cleve.

ridea tors from people at the Times nrc written nn waste salvaged from the Times pressroom. Howj about print that mobbc others will do the Miu-j Bell ShaJ-bult is the only "standby" in radio who gets: for sitting. She WHS picked from girlg to standby for Joan Edwards for the CHS Hit Parade and been for 18 weeks. RE.MEMWEJi CHARLES CO, the people, who dealt in exclusive and fancy fruits and other swank bon packages? The trade name has been bought, by Grto- tede. the gi-ocnrs.

and they will slnri a chain of Chark-s stores. Already have laken many leases on loc.Mt.jons, etc Anita Colby, who not recent Time from cover and a that read fine, I thawi, didn't like il. She wrote a friend: "Kut what can you c'o with those kcrricJUers?" Comdr. Fred Siorm, once correspondent at the White House, will soon go on the inactive list. JJe will enter a biff public relations firm.

He's now aide to Gov, Harwood of the Virgin Lslands was in. Snid the and Southern Demmys comei under the heading of with the Commander-in-Chicr in time of war. 1 HERE'S A LADY THAT rates a Her is Mrs. H. H.

PigoU of Pittsburgh. She sells war bonds and specializes in racetrack bookies. They keep buying them, too, even with the tracks shuttered Rice phoned to say she sure does pity those poor night club owners. First the Mayor turns the heat on them and then off Sunday Inquirer sons col'm says dozens of song historians can't find out who wrote the sons. "She's Xot a Lady.

She's Just a Cow," which Jimmy Du- ramo used to sing. Durante's agent, it seems, can't recall who wrote the lyrics. Has Jimmy forgotten that They first, ran as -some dog- gore) in the col'm in The Vaude- ville News in the early 1020s and i ihe auihor was Rotlnw Chcllwyn? included hu- hiimor-mystcry, one news com- li A THE HOOPEUATINGS for 3944 were in Billboard. The favorite programs mot- shows, one two dramas and memator. Ahem Times (at Jacksonville) some nifty stuff.

Such as: "I took her She was a little angel and walked back. I took her boat, riding- She was a little angel and swam hack, I took her airplane- little devil. 1 bif- Kffl lip-getter in all night club history they t.e)l me. is Joe Lopez at the Copacabann. He siaricd as for John Cbristo in Kmerson now it.

is no to be a liui ihi" is delicious: "The Very Thought of to a clnractcr: ne like and WALTER BISHOP, who the song. "The Devil Sat and Cried." was in. Said mention of that oldie of bis wrote Down your start- bo.v the knows thai Roo.sovf-lt. In the lilm. You." 1 "Woof when hf puts up his paws and iioes the audicnco rocks and yocks! C.1R1.

FRIDAY, JUST THE! ed a bunch of phone calls and the song may get new lease 0:1 life, for which thanks, lie yelled Duke Ridgley, ye sports ed of The Huntiiifjton. W. Herald, says to be sure his wife (now hen-) sees the town righi. She's nice people. She says he doesn't chew or drink nmi has never boon light What does he do for exorcise? has a piece on American Merk) which confirms your expose of several months apologists for diplomatic ippensers claim there's no use planning to punish Xaxi criminal leaders until they are- caught.

O. Then why Iwusjj'i Hess been i put on trial? RAY JOSEPHS in Town and Country tells of Dictator Peron (Argentina) squelching incipient about his friendship I (his huh?) ICva Duarie. an ictress, Peron told assembled staff officers (who have swish com oanions): "How much hotter than as some militaries know, it was said that was being seen with St. Louis Post- i Dispatch sent an editorial broadside against newscasts being in- by It rates i hat-lip D. Motealfo of Sioux i Falls sent me this; "A number of people do not.

like the Russians, the Russians do not be- ieve in God. Seems to me God believes a lot. in the Russians" And Don Tannen says the Rus- arc getting so close the learning to dance the Kowot- s)iy to the radio and rending the headlines about the Tiei-mans are now the pnn- cky refugees clogging up the roads leading out of Berlin and other Gorman burgs) 1 can't foe! at all. remember the refu- in France and Holland, etc. These German refugees arc ng break.

There are no Allied planes strafing them with machine gun bullets .1 ackchelly met a loy today named Condc Ginsburg. VAL VALKNTINOFF lias indented a little gvidget which can be carried handily in any purse. He calls it a ly- canlhromoicr. Says it can spot a lyVinlhrope ten feel S. A lycanthrope.

according to Webster's dicksh, is a man "who imagines PRE-WAR WORKMANSHllftl PROMPT SERVlCl William Schperoj I ST. 1 I'lltthi I'n Silver Plated Serving Trays RECORD HITS! ihr 'Tin-re 1'tnn StinK Atsiln' 'SlfffCli Jii 'I or Vnu" Tin llt-tinnint: Mk-lu" BUY WAR.

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