Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 14, 1944 · Page 2
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 2

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, August 14, 1944
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Page Two BEACON FALLS L : Church Carnival Huge Success Pastor Reports Rev. Jerome Cooke Of St. Michael's Extends Appreciation To Committee Hue. Jm-anic Ctfolco, pastor o. 81. Mlchiiors ctuirc*. fumouncecl tMs moralnf,- that the carntva. Ml week a: Noc's llckl was extremely successful with lai'(,-o crowds In attendance each nlRht. The parish nnznru- closed batxu- tlav night with a huso K"^^ 1 " 1 ;^' t. A $100 award was nmdi> to Two Popular Amusement Places Swept By Kre Now York, Aug. W— (UP)— Two fires Jn New York area amusements parks witliin 2-1 hours have caused at least SI, 000:000 dam/ige, resulting from a blaze President At Breniierton Tells Of^ II nt'f'^finLt J* OAW ii"«*i« ........ --- i^nna^.^ * ^.^.n.,...;-! .Mrs. Bllmbcth Uttng of \Volff live- | ycsterclay a f Palisades Park on the New Jersey side oE the Hudson is said to total half -a million'; dollars Almost equal damage- was caused -in Saturday's fire at Coney „,,„.., and a SSO award was to Mrs. J. Ti'l.MM of Derby. Rev Cooke extends his apprucla- tion to the hardworking commit- | tcomcn who helped make tho event , land's Luna Fault, successful. Conleth Klurntin was chairman nncl Mrs. Helen Grimm was co-chairman of tho alfalr. ^ Assisting thorn were Louis ILS- poslto. Arthur Hackett, Mrs. Con- Ictho Kicrmm. Wilfred Swan, Vv-.l- frccl .UIIS.HCU, Raymond Dwyor, Domcnlc Darclonls. Romeo Putcr o , inl. Clara O'Shuu. Chester Gujclii, Gcoi'KO Grimm, Mrs. W. Swan, Mrs. ,1. Miuhcr, Mrs. M. DonUin Joseph , • Sarnx.en, and Albert ' Mcnnlllo. and Putsy WiM-k-cnds With nu-ciits Corp. Raymond Lou, Jr.. spent the ivock-end with his folks on Main street. He is stiUloncd in Georgia. SPKNDS I.KAVIC IIKRK S 5-c William Lonnon is home on (i short Icfivc from thu Paclllc coatJt. He Is thu -son of Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Lcnnon o( South circle. , Vlslld I'iirrnlM S S-c Franklin Alien, son of Mr. and Mrs, Noble Allen of RiHhuny road, spent, n. shjjrt st.'vy In BL-UCOII Fulls over thu week-end. Although the two uir.u?ement park fires took a great toll in property, no fatalities occurred. Many persons weru Injured, how- aver, a few of them seriously. Even though approximately 35,000 furv-seekJng poreons ware a Gor* To Siinipson Frank PickuUi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Plcltula of -Vain street, has left for boot training at Sampson Nnvnl Training Station In New York state. MAS.SKS TOMOHItOW . Masses for Tuesday, which is a holy day of obligation for Catholics', will be held ut ." a.m.. Ui-lD a. m.. nncl n n. n\. The 0:45 Mass will bcd-idiciUcd to tho Ijoys In the sei'- vfccs. and will be substituted for tho weekly onj held on Wednesdays. i| Disposal Plant Site Underwent Inspection The Malcolm Pirnia Co. uf New York city which Is the firm draw- Ing up plans for the proposed sew- HKC disposal plant for Xaupitunk, sent rrproHcntativcs here last month to inspect the situ-, U'ardon 'Leo J. Brophy said this mornins. Thi- plans will wike three 01-four months before they arc completed. Thft borough hofird npprnprlated Sii.WO for tho pl'fin jit Its meeting In- April. The plant is expected to cost about ?200.000, wltli federal or state <Ud helping Lo pay for U. The site of tho plant is near Lho old Cherry street extension dump • "Miser 1 ,* Lot." Palisades Paris swhe.ii the flames started roaring down the midway, there was no panic. This factor undoubtedly prevented tho blaze from being more tuagic. Hundreds of firu volunteers from nearby communities battled the Palisades fire for more than two hours. Some 100.persons were overcome by smoke poisoning and were treated on the scene. Obituaries HORACE i.. 1'ACOBY Ho:ticc L. Aicoby. a former resident OL' Naugittuek, died at his home in Detroit. Michigan, or. July For many years he was with tha Beacon Falls Rubber Shoe Company in the New York office and .also at the factory office at Beacon Falls. •A number of years ago he went to Detroit and opened un insurance agency with his son. Lowell, who survives him. The business is known as Lowell M. Jacoby & Co. Mr, Jo.coby leaves another" soy., John, who is with the Un-ited Company on tlieir plantations in Cuba. UQATUCK DAILY NEWS Income Taxes Are Being Studied (By United I'rcwO The- d-aya of. lower income taxos arc approaching. ,-,»,„ Chairman Walter George of the Senate finance committee nays congressional tax experts arc studying ways of reducing income is after the war. timber Sharlage Puts Industry In Grave Situation State Director GafTncy of the Federal Housing Administration ,-U HarUord announced today that during the present grave c" icn ; cncy ll, the lumber industry his of- (lce at the direction of the WPB Households Are Weeding Party Asked to Store jIsHeld/Atlhe Fuel Oil Now Funerals Householders, .apartment business building owners n others needing fuel oil for ing fall and winter montrs should lay in «. supply now "whi'.o do'.iv- er'ics can still be-made, 1 ' Frank V. Richo. di.-ti'ict manager of I ho Office of Defense Transportation's I-IiKhway Transport departmciH, wvirned "today. He urged that Now TCnsrlar.d users especially sliouk! place their .ordi-rs now, because of favorable woalhar conditions for deliveries. "The storaco of tank cars, scarcity of l-ank trucks and almost total' lack of heavy-duty tires have combined to create a national crisis in petroleum iranspartatioi:." Mr. rUcho =-aid. "Meanwhile mi'.i- iary demands for aviatiun t;asolinn anci other mountin Hop Tho first, weeding pn rty to build up thi: Mop BI-O'OK golf course was hold recently w~h the. following expert wonders on hand: Joe \Vuji2Ck, Dick Sweat,, .Gus. 'Klimasewski, • Ralph Hanson, Bi.-m-y Ciuslewski, Tony: Baron. .Tony LokLich. Chut Wo jack. Jack'pcan, and Ed Potru- cell'i. •The .'iumbor-9. Green was attrtcic- ccl liy the entire- crew with each momber boi-nf;' .equipped with a screw driver, -pail of loom, and seed. Vic Furs'-llnis-hi'd the job the followinv: night- by smoothing, rol- !ir..-r and wt'ttiiiK down tlio green. The co'mhuon of the Hup Brook Fairways is :i- s good us any course in 'this .suction and thu fact that so many members of the club aru -.frontin' v tho'r share: *f this re- •^:rss?js™s ;ssu; -«-->»,= ijinye To Organize The "White Collar" Workers Progresses of -'.Irs. »!lii; Brooks The funeral of Mrs. N'ellie CHof- fernan) Brooks, GO, widow of Glen Brooks, who died suddenly Thursday in Grace hospital, New Haven, w;is held this morning at 8:30 o'clock from -the Bticltmillcr funeral homo, 22 Park place, to St. Francis church where n solemn. high Mass of requiem was celebrated at S o'clock by Kev. Joseph M. Madden, S. J. Rev. Albert Taylor served us deacon and Rev. Joseph Kochunas as sub deacon. Miss Frances Higgins. organist, rendered tho "Funeral March," "Pic Jesu," "Priceless Love of Jesus" and "Abide With . Me," Bearers were Frank Allen, William Keed. James Fox, Thomas P.yan, Edward Ash and I. Isaacs. Burial was In Hillside cemetery. Transportation of mj'.ilary must and will com 'i first, he pointed nut. >This moiir.-s that civilians who do- lav in placing their ordurs for fuel oil may find that deliveries c'iinnot bo made because ..>quipmi"U i-~ tied up in bundling military re<iiitre- monis. in; said. "T!io Office of Pi-ice Administri:- ticin has cooperated by issuing fuel oil KUion coupon.-! oai-iior ibis year," Mr. Richo said. "The DDT is doing everything jHwsible to provide adequate- rmn'sportatinn. Also, op'.M-atinrr eor.dili-jns arc b^st for deliveries at this sea.'on of. the year. "If tl'.e situ'jtion tievolopo to point v.-here duliverics of fuel oil cannot be made he^au.-ic of military needs, the person who wails until the la:-'t minute to pu; in his order can lil-.inie no or.e but himself." !i'u :^id. of satisfaction-, to club olliciuls. Thanks' ip the.-, work .being . performed by those volunteers, I IMC shouK! be a banner year at tho Wop Brook club. •-. . -i . ', Five Violent Deaths In Conn. Over Weekend LJvU^l LLAl.1.1 ^.*L ,..--. j-ffl Although the problem is a. dim- cult'one 'involving huge post-war budgets, Ser.alor George is optimistic He says undoubtedly we will attempt to reduce taxes, particularly, there on corporations which •ict as a brake on production, employment .and jobs. The senator adds that individual Income taxes- will come down at the same time. However, George warns agaiJist looKing for a complete return to postwar levels in the early recon- version period. He points'out that the federal government probably will require an annual budget ol from 18 to 22-billiom .dollars a ysar durin" this period. That's four times as much as -the government took in during .1930,--the year before the-'.'European war started. World Security Meanwhile in Wellington, the preliminaries to the • American, British and Russian- talks on a world security-organization arc off to a good -sta-rt. The three countries are- revealed to have ex changed plans for a post war in- tornatioal organization. Britain.and the United. States already arc rc- • ported to, be in general agreement. The documents exchanged' by the three governments will form the basis for the discussion* which begin next week. Ijj Conjrrc.sst' In, the national, government, the congressional drive for the early passage of demobilization laws has shifted to the House of Represcn-' tativoa. This week, the House will consider -bills on the disposal ol surplus war property, and • the Sunate-approvod -George bill on post-war unemployment compcrisa- ~Many representatives (ire said Washington, Aug. ]•!—(UP)—An intensified drive to organize the nation's 20,000,000 "white collar" workers is .planned by both the A. F. of L. and the C-I-O. Further steps toward c!vi.rtering an esclurive "white collar" union will be taken by the A-F-of-L next week. Thi: labor group's executive llon _ iV iu.nv n.-|jn-=-'."*-. council will open a ten-day meet- Lo be opposed to the George mea. . . . , ..... -mi.,,,.. ...,,,.„ M-hir-h srts un state standards throughout 't,hc country with tppllJ callous for prefcronrxs ratlnm to '• pet lumber for emergency home rt. '!• poJJ'3, while only a comparative .few j can hope to get th« lumber they i w.-int. . : • ' -\ Jn general, cmcre"ncy ratlngi r tor lumber arc justiflod when 4 ; house Is' rendered unfit for con- i Unucd occupancy through damag* ', caused by Src, flood, tornado. • storm . or : »iinllirv -, r.«t.nstroph». Example*. of «uch : damage ar".: I>;aks in roof», weak.' pnin«- of tho framework, ecparaUon ; of latornl supports from the main supports or the stn'c'-urc. broken would give ^ Qr riscl . s eference rating* « i Detctrioration of lumber repair repair ««•." —' TrtLJA emergency cases. rh« J_MA cffssuiB preference rat ngs critical building materials,. ThTannouncemcnt was made be- . cause of the thousands • ol nom GM produ ^ liO n in the _. „ . ...w. „,.„ fionrtlnc- tne IK-' ( l940p , waB t11c highest on rccort. fori wVlorcd an cmergonr.y .need lumber if the parts to be repln.^-,- will /function without repair- tor »tv| >»sl. another thrco monthii. Mr.: Gaffcy said. ,,.,. ... Chicairo nnxt.Moi-.d3y. Plans for tho "while coll-i:-" union arc 0:1 Lho council's ChioiK'O agenda. AT. three C-J-O "whi'.c collar" unions are reported .steppinir up t-Mcir campaign for -icw members. The three C-'l-O unions already cl.-iini a membership of some 35,000. „ r T for both the A-;--of-L and CIO say, their crirr.p'iigris are designed to improve the wages be- in"- ' paid to bookkeepers, stcno- fnr.phers. .typists, and worlterj in offices and retail store's. DKAJ) AT S7 llf Midler Onf I I»T J'fiTtumt' lit >Viif«<rlHiry. PIERPONT^S llrulntrrcil Jt'lvolrrM, Jtwrrlrnii Grnf Sncti-ir isu IIAMK .HTiii;!-: r 11 IK I) , Mr*. Cathrrlno of 4W) South Mnln street, AUK. 12. .13-H. Funeral Wcdnwsday from the residence. Services in Chicago, III. Burial in Mount Cai-mel ceme. tery. Chicago. VON BUFF—At. lioini.. i". l»;r dnu'ffhtor. Mrs. Oscar W. FaRer, 788 Savin avenue. Went Haven, AujjUHt 13. 10-1-1. Uarbarn V>n Ruff, nK« °1- years. Funeral service* svlll be hold at tho funeral horn* of Scth N. Taylor, 300 Main street .West Huvcn, Tuesday afternoon, August «5, at ^30 o'clock. Friends are iiivllod to attend and may call at thu fu- ncrnl home, Monday from -I to 9 p. m. Interment in Evergreen ciimotory, New Haven. Funeral of Mrs. Edward The funeral of Mrs. Irene (Doyle) Fitzgerald, wife of Edward Fit/- gerald of 29-1 Mlllville avonue, who died Thursday in St. Mary's hospital. Waterbury, was held this morning at 0:30 o'clock from the McCarthy funeral homo, 22 Cedar street to" St. Francis church, where a solemn hif,'h Mass of requiem was celebrated at 10 o'clock by Kcv. Albert Taylor, assisted by Rev. Joseph Kochjjnas as deacon and Rev. Joseph Madden, S. J., as sub deacon. Mrs. Albortine O'Domicll presided at the organ ar.d played "Tbe Funeral March" at the processional "Pic Jcsu" at the offertory, I "Pauls Angclicus" after Mass and tho "Burial Hymn" at the recessional. Bearers were Leo Cody, Coleman DcoKiin, Hugh McSherry. Philip Yeaton. George Lccpor and James Curran. Interment was in St. James cemetery with Father Taylor conducting the committal services. .Flinrnil of Hi-nry -I. McCnlH! .PROTIOST MADIC Doston, Aug. 1-1 — (UP)— The Independent Order of Sons o!' Italy are protesting the way in which Italian War prisoners are handled. They have passed a resolution requesting president P.ootieveli to trrant Italian prisoners the same treatment accorded American soldiers. The resolution characterized present treatment of the prisoner.-; as unfair and unwarranted. ,o - », Hartford.' AUK'. , 1-1—GJ PI—Con- invilvin ! nccticut had .live violent deaths h..-.,,.uo ! over the wcc-lv-end. T.wo were auio- mobile frxuilities and one cle.alh was due to drowning. Pi-iv.-iL.j ICdward Lenk of New Britain was. fntfilly Injured when his iuitomobile' crashed into a true. Two companions were critically in iurfld in '-ho wreck. At •Stonir.e.tor. — seven-year-old Priscilln Pont-dii>d after beinJ! "truck by 'in aiitohobilc in front of hrr homo. The wcelv-enfl drowning occurred nt the, Housaionie rivur nt Shcllon whnru Arnold \V. Lnrson of Now Haven slipped through tin inflated tube with which'he'had-beer, supporting himself. Two of the casualties were victims of falls Sprinefic-'.d. Mas?,. Au™. 1-1 —(bP) —Tho nation's old mombcr ot the American is dead. William Clieth'jm—who neve:- foucht with an America.!", army — died at his home at the u«i of S7. Clietham sorvori with Lord in Arabia and later with his wnmc "ru-sim*ht in the Kosr War 'o nd ^Vor!d War I. Ho w.-js a native of Manchester. England .sure which sets up state standards for unemployment b c n e f i t ts. A struggle is expected to develop in favor of federal control of unemployment payments during '-he re- conversion period. On Labor Front Full service is being resumed today by the strike-bound Midwestern 'trucking firms seized by the Kovurnment.' Some 50,000 truck drivers and cargo handlers arc returning to work after a strike which cut freight service in ten states. - IIT, some 4,000 trolley and bus operators also are returning to work under government con- tro:. The Canadian government has taken over tho Montreal Tramway.? company to end a transit strike which panalyzcd the city for n days. Over a loner period of lime. cua.y residents expect 'nil annual average of 21-1 clear days. 79 rainy ila.vs and 72 cloudy. i ., rcpsi-CoIa Company. Long Island City, .V. >. Franchisee! Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Bristol, Com KKiUUMJiKKS DKAFT'BOAKn 1 -William' E/Maxwell died of in- Brockton. Mass. lU'P') — A local draft board received a postcard recently from one of its registrants now in England with the armed forces. Tho soldier wrote: "Hello. Old Tops. Having a line time; wish vou were here." . juries received when he .Cell from the third-floor window of his homt at Hant'ord. And Erlwarfl Morrel r.liod fit Hartford aC'.or falling from a statfinK 1 on.whkih he was working. IJCY.WAK MONKS AND-STAMP*. Casualties In Hoboken Pier Fire The funeral of Henry J. McCabe of Middlctown. brother of Mrs. , James Maher of Naupotuck, who died suddenly Saturday at his home, was held this morning- from the CouRhlln funeral home. High street. Middletown, nt 9 o'clock. Bui'inl was In Middlctown. Buckmiller Funeral Home 22 PARK PLAGE Telephone 4334 At the beginning of 19-10 there were 25,334.000 milk cows oa farms i In the U. S., the largest number since 1936. MIRACLE WALL FINISH COSTS ONLY $498 2 98 JO* EFORE THIS WAR is OVER, there me;- he only two kind* of people in America ... G. C. 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