Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 14, 1944 · Page 8
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, August 14, 1944
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MONDAY, AUGUST 14. 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Fire Marshal Warns Of Carelessness In Present Heat Wave Fire Marshal Michael F. Shea Is.iuod n statement, today urging local residents to tic vary about the condition or property and of growth in fields. "A carelessly tossed away cigarette of mutch can start n. firr almost anywhere, as the scorchinc; hot, I of the past wnck has dried everything up," Mr. Shea said. No one c»n afford to he careless nt the present, Mr. Shea pointed out. He also alluded to the fire thi.t got out of control of Iho workers nt the Naugatuck Development Co. »rca on Field street Saturday. The wlioln development might havo pone up in fire and smoke, the flames »,;, emltntf from one building to another with ensc, as everything Is so dry and thus subject to "fire. Mr. Shea pointed out. Muny firm arc caused by carc- Ic-isness. and can be averted if the individual thinks about It, he concluded. ^^ Announcement Of New Ceiling Prices Expected Washington. AUK. M--(UP' — price Administrator Chest el- Bowles is expected to announce new celling prices sometime Uns week. The new prices, however, will riot roncrn merchandise already on 0-1'-A' listings. Instead, the new ceilings will a.p|>ly t" new iirtlck-s manufactured under the War Production hoard order p'-r- milling resumed output of some civilian goods. The fir-t ccilitv-'s for t!ie new nrtlccls arc expected to be set by O-H-A regional offices, since the number of firms converting to civilian production will be small. The '•eillnir prices will be busud ' on production costs. Experts Are In Disagreement With "Popeye" Washington. AuK. M —(U P> —It trcni.H Popeye Is wrong, Kxpi-rt government dietitians maintain spinach is not quite the food the hflirty sailor has been saying It is. In fact, the nutritionists arc ge"t- iy easing that leafy green out of the pirturn in favor of Broccoli kale and some-other vegetables. They Hay laboratory tests show spinach contains a sizable amount of a substance that interferes with the assimilation of calcium, Hugh Burns,~Well Known Here, Dies (Continued from Pago 11 First Photo Of B-29 Raid On Japs 1II.R,- elmulM of »mok,. roll skyward fro,,, tilt, Show:, Sterl Works plant at An-lmn. Manchuria, attrr U. S. II-SH Superfortresses pf the •ami, Uoinhcr Coiiinuuul hail ruidi'd the eni-my base on JHIJ ~->. «»• • N Mmicluirla's largest imhistrltil city. AAF pluM.o ( . i _ Holy Day Of Obligation For Catholics Tuesday Tuesday, the Feast of the Assumption', is :i Holy Day of Obligation for members of the Roman Catholic Faith, a day when all members of that faith must attend Mass, under the same obligation as exists on Sundays. Masses on Tuesday at St. Mary's urch will be solemnized at 5, 7 and S o'clock.' Confessions will be hi-.ird at the church today. Masses nn Tuesday at St. 'Franc-is' church will be solemni/.ed at r>:l. r >. (!:RO. 7:30 find U:00. Confessions will he hi.'iird today from 5 to il o'clock and 7:30 to 0:00 tonight. Masses en Tuesday at St. '•-red- wig's L-hurrh will be solemnized at f>, 7 and S o'clock and confessions will !>c this afternoon and til •_! o'clock and this evening at 7 o'clock. Members of thu Catholic faith fur years have cherished a belief that'lhe waters of the ocean contained a miraculous cure tin the Feast uf the Assumption, an idea however that has no basis with church authorities. ch Mr. Rurns is survived hy hi.' wife. Bridget M.. one- son. P.obnri. with' Ihc IJniterl States Nfiv-il forces In 'Italy, and one daughlor, Rita, of Naugatuck. Funeral arrangements, -which are nr,t vet complete, are In charge of Henry P. McCarthy. Suspended Sentence Given To Seaman [n borough court this morrmiK. Chai'les Miilogonic uf -iri Ward streol. .who was in-rested yesterday lit the U. S. Kulihor Co. miting, was charged with intcixiwition, breach of peace, and resisting an olllccr. Malogonie, a merchant niat-incr. wa.-t Mnerl Sin nn ttic first count, given n two months suspended sentence for the duration, and found not. guilty on the third count. Jnseph P. Mrircisxtis of !i7, r i North Main .street, (,'nion Cily received a ci.nllninincp on a in-each of peace charge, find his case turned dvi-r to rrnlmtkm Ol!l<:i;r Mrs. lOtlna C. Krn ni rna n. Judge Thomas Xe.-iry pri-skled. Over $200 Worth Of Damages In Fire 'Continued from Page 1) HAH Sidney, Australia, Atiir, M — (UP) - C'linorHiin Hob I-topt- escaped in- jurv loflny when a transport plane 'in which" lie was riding made a forced landing two hundred miles north of Sidney. Four other members of his i;-S-O ramp show wore accompanying him on :he flight. BABY DIAPER SYSTEM Is At Your Service— Diapers Are Furnished SiTvlcrd and llcllvrrril Jlv Culling Wiitcrlmr.v 'I-.H7M could not lay that amount of hose. Booster tank micks were u-ed and they had to be refilled four times lo "supply the water. The chii'-f said a garden- hnsc line was uviiil- able but that it was not enough to meet the demand of the fire, F'rcs- sure necessary would not be obtained. <i n d the booster tanks would take long in filling if that were used, the chief said. A worker wit,h a bulldozer assisted the firemen in removing lumber from the fire area, while all other workers refused to help, the chief said. Thu department spent over an rotir and a h-ilf fighting and rh-ck- ing thu blay.e. Chief Sheridan was slightly scorched on th2 t'iice by a flash D: rivim-.'. but said it was nothing serious. The 10(1 house project is pro- grcs-ing, with some houses almost finished, and others in lesser stag-is of construction. Absentees Pay Off To Night Shift Fund Camdi-n. X. .'I. (UP)—Night shift workers of the crystal manufacturing department at the RCA plant in Camden. N. J., have their i>wn Ideas about how to curb ab- senti-ijism. and at the same time build up ;i reserve fund for entertainment on nights off. The employes call their solution the LAKTOP. club, an organization which lines members for three chief in'miieus to full production: Lateness, absence, and failure to ring the time clock. Unjustifiable absence costs the offender one dollar, while Idleness and failure to punch in or out on the time clock carry penalties of f>Q and 2.1 cents. rospi:c'.t ively. 1'enallies are m-lcd out during lunch hour '-court" sessions. The club has collected SI^D to date at the expense of its less conscientious members. Urban residents of Ihe U. S. own about in.rinn.nnn homes worth in excess of S-'tn billion. IJlfV WAIi I5OM1S A>'l> STAMP: Holland Furnace Co. Furancc cleaning with big power suction machines. Also gas proofing and furnace repairs. — Telephone — Navgatuck 5629 Waterbury 4-1OO3 746 East Main St. Waterbury, Conn. Reds Are Fighting 10 Miles Northeast Of Polish Capital Rus-sian forces arc now approaching embattled Warsaw and the |-rnntii>r.uf -ICast Prussia. Moscow says Soviet shock troops aru battling just tfn miles northeast uf the Polish capital. The Transocean news agency says other Russian for«es,i smashing their way to East Prussia, have captured' thu Polish town ft Osuviets, IS miles from the ]5:isl Prussian border, and 32 miles nur'.hwi-st of Boalyslock. !u effect, the liurlin home radio corruhorau-s this report. Accord-in-- tu the German radio. Soviet forces, supported by numerous tanks and planes, pushed Nnxi troops westward several miles in th.: Jiialystok area. • Moscow says German counterattacks in the Wai-saw urea were repulS'-d with appreciable loss. The Russians counted ijon members of the .Murrna:, Guering SS division a lining the dead. . As for the lighting in the Baltic stf\'.->s, the Germans admit con- Unr.d Russian advances in the Brsac area southwest of L-'ike Pskov. But from Moscow comes the most interesting report on developments behind tin: lighting fronts. Soviet ollicials say that the highest ranking Gorman olliccr captured m Russia lias joined .10 other ollicer- prisimors in appealing for the overthrow of JHitler and the laying down of arms. The high-ranking German is Marshal Friedcrlch Von Pitulus, commander of the destroyed sixth German army. Moscow says Von P'aulus has broken 18 months of sullen silence, and declares Germany has lost tliu war. Dube Given Three Months Jail Sentence On Theft Charge fn borough court this morning. Charles Dube, 4(i, uf 2-1 Taylor street. Hartford, was sentenced to tbi-ee months in New Haven county jail after pleading guilty to a charge of theft. Judge Thomas NVtiry was on the beach. Dube was arrested Friday by Capt Anthony Malone and Patrolman Harris Burke upon complaint of Amio Leginild of 21 Hillside avenue, who allowed Dube to share his room Thursday night. Dube allegedly stole a suit of clothes, SriO in cas'h.a $2f> wa:' bond ,and _sorne personal papers. Marianas Casualty BOROUGH DAILY DIARY AUGUST t T t zr-Fj 3 4 s 6 7 8 « 10 I' iz U M IS >6 l» < E '" 20 21 J* 2J 24 2S M 27 28 29,30 31 Coming Events TONIGHT K, hearal of Nniipitiick Com- mimlty blind, 8 !>• "»-r 'JfuWlc —oOo \VJ£DN KSIJAY Convert by NiUicntuck Community Hand on Green. 0 _ O I Weather Report | o———— —-° New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island arid Connecticut: Fair preceded by scattered thunders-bowers tills evening, little temperature tonight. Tomorro'w fair except for scattered afternoon tliundershow- crs. Continued -hot and humid. Eastport to Block Island— Small craft warnings arc being displayed from Block Island to Province-, town. The weather bureau holds little hope for relief from the scorching beat wave in the eastern and southern states. A slight change is uxpected to come Wednesday. Temperature Report ^ ***•***•+*••* A threatened thunder shower late yesterday afternoon leaked out to be only a slight trickle of water, and the heat wave continued today. Red Hermans spent the afternoon vesterday alternating between swimming and a sewinp machine We don't know what the Redhead was sewinp .but whatever it was, it must'vc turned out good. Kcd darns .socks, too. The high point in the last two days was at lOli a 1 . 2 p. m. Saturday. ' . Midnight «•> 3 p. m '• - - - 78 U a. m SG 9 a. rn. *® Noon !l(i 1 p. rn •• 0" Allies May Soon Entrap The Nazis (Continued from Page 1> On,- of thi' first casualties to return frnni Guam, Cpl. Frod MOff- nian, .lr., 21, of Mohnkon, N. J., Irlls his slorj- to a war correspondent at (he U. S..M>val hospital in Ihiwuii. Hi- 1 played dead nn Guam after a .Tup grenade u.-Minded him. A curious ,1"1) |iihl>c<l him in the leer with a riflo, lint Hoffman took it without lii-traying himself. V. .S. >'avy photo. (InU'i'n;U-IonaO. the speed of the Yank aasnult. summed up the 'situation with one short sentence that. went... ''This is more of a rat race than a battle." The General :aid that it was just a case of moving too fast for the Germans. The Germans, he added, didn't believe it possible for us to cover the distances we have in .such short time. And here's still another eyewitness account to relate, the story of how an American armored column, carrying out a secret mission, tore two German divisions apart. One of the divisions way named after Hitler, the other was composed of crack S. S. troops. TJic correspondent who accompanied these Yank's on their secret operation says the fast ro'.l- ing Yankee soldiers bowled the en cmy over with an impact that shattered his morale. The Germans, he reports, were left broken into dis organized pockets or standing :n •herds at the road aide, waiting to be taken prisoners. The Americans liberated village titter village in their drive. Church bells rang in place after place — in some cases against a barkdror of •artillery and machine gun fire As the American armor rolled through one town, a little French girl ran out and pinned "a red white and blue- ribbon on the shir of the correspondent. Then she exclaimed: "We love you...Toda\ we '.-ire reborn." Today the Germans admitted thai their troops in France- were under strong pressure. And the Nazi radio «iys Hitlci has merged the supreme command of the German army and of the Gastnpo in occupied Belgium anc. northern France. A' broadcast says General Richard Jungklaus hat been made comma.nder in cliief o these forces, and' judging from the tone of the Nazi .announcement it appears ill at the Gestapo has ta.k en over control' of tha armies in both countries.. O.n- Europe's southern front, the Berlin radio says that American ho-ivy bomber and fighter forma tions were 'over Romania this morngni. Earlier broadcasts hac Yank' formations headed towai'c southern 'Germany. As for the- fighting ijv Italy, no .-nsijor actions are reported but Al lied military government official- ill Florence are working, undci better conditions as they dislributi food and other badly needed sup plies to the civilian- p'opula.tion Nazi, sniping and clashes botweer Fa'si'ists and partisans have dice down. Meanwhile, London reveals tha in Italy Prime Minister Churchil and Marshal Tito, . the chief o tine Yugoslav partisans, had a sei ies of frank discussions over th week-end concerning political an military affairs. Ghost Of Guam' And Relatives I 1 4 ItTAlklSHl* !••• ROGERS-PEET GOOD CLOTHES WISELY THRIFTY MEN ARE GOOD| TO THE LAST THREAD. They're good clothes for an ambitious man to make good m- they never need an apologist— they're hand done in the New York manner from choice British and American virgin wool fabrics—they're good clothes to look up to—and to live up to— none finer made $55 to $95. Navy Radioman George Kay Tweed. San »i rir.^^ rA,=! s^t ^,.r::;;,^ ' Woman Suspected Of Having Lured Man To His Death Boston. Aug. M —(UP)—A woin- i.n i.s believed to have lured :i mar- no veteran of two years to his death. This is thcori/.cd by police following the discovery of a woman's high heel shoe mark near the strangled body of Sergeant John F. Prunty of the South Knd. 'The uniform-clad body of the -13 year-old former marine—who was discharged Tuesday—was found in some underbrush in the Fenway, near the Museum -of Fine Ails- His- body had been .robbed .of a wallet containing his miistering- out pay as well as'other personal belongings. Prunty !v«l- been strangled with his own C. I. bell. "U.S7 Family" Outing Is Success (Continued from Page 1) fnw remarks. The U. S. Rubber Girls defeated the Watnrbury Tool team in a sufl- ball Winners of the children's rao-s were (first, second ami third): Sack race for boys under Jl. George Williams. Eddie Rado a.n<! Gcm-so Mitchell: peanut race for girls under II. Ruth Gavdlk, Mary Lynn Rclicc Fnrrnr; human-wheelbarrow. Donald Miller and .John Lasky; Frank Klohoski 'and Howard Ncxon; Anthony Aquavir,, Jr., and Larry Mnmbrina; -_T>-yard. race for boys over 11, Walter Pnwlowic/, Joseph Hcaley and George Clnssey; for boys under 11, F.dward Zclon- ick. George Mitchell and Neil O'Donovan; for gir'.s under II, Viola Mambrino. Eleanor Rathburn nnd Marie Lopes: for girls over :i. Ann Rathbury. Lorraine Grniit and Norm.i Dougherty. Shoe scramble race for gir'.s, Lena Click, Eleanor Tnmoski. Virginia Parker: for boys, Jack McCarthy. David Ostrom and William Lance: three-legged race for boys William Langc, >l:irry Clas- scy. Stanley Rykowski; for girls. Viola M.-imbrinn, Patty .HackcH and Shirley Scllingcr: watermelon race for boys, Frank Klor.uski, Anthony Miclc, John Quirk: for girls, Virginia Parker, Lillian Quirk, and Agnes Lokitcs. Awards of war stamps were given the winners. Dancing look place in ihe eve- The winner of the Pensioners' $"500 war bond pl'i/.e was Charles '.Nuhas of 11 Highland avenue, Beacon Falls. The winners of the dancing contests included, fox trot, lirst prixe, Mr. and Mrs,. Theodore Protrawski, second p'riKe. Sue Pctuin..: and Arthur Ward: jitter bug contest, lirst prize, Helen Unis and Donald Quinn,- 2nd pri'/.o. Mary - Ragamo and Don Hopkins: polka, lirst prize, Helen 5in.pat.ka and Chester Romanski, second pri/.c, Mary Macarski and Edward Madalmski; wait/, first pri/.e, Al Happy and Elizacbcth Rooney, second pri/.c, -Helen Znpatka. and John Biega. Mr. :Ingi" was general chairman assisted by Frank Weaving as issistant chairman. Other chairmen were: Safely committee, Earl Shcdd; pensioners, Elizabeth Roon- -jy;. ticket, Abbic Jean Quick; refreshments,! John Estcs: prizes. T. J. Nelligaii: maintenance, Harold Peterson; athletics, John Cclello: dance and vaudeville, Mary Donovan; children's entertainment. Mary Wither: assistant chairman, children's entereainment, Barbara Stone; ad-Jit entertainment, Frank Wood; amusements, James Mennillo; grounds. Carola Gandarillas; publicity, Gcnevieve Smith. FIItK ON STREBT CAU , Nimitz Believes Japs lay Surrender Before Invasion (JJy United Press ) Admiral NimitK believes lh:U bombs, hunscr and fright may fui-ca t.lie Japanese to sun-cndc:- before their hnmclaml is invaded. NimiU indicates th.-il our gcn- ei-d stratcKy will be blockade n.nd ;iii- bombardment— with the blows falling so hard and fact that ihe enemy won't have «i chance. 10 furm":i rwil defense at home. But whether our invasion forces havu'to fiRht their way to Tokyo 01 . noL — Nimitx emphasises the Allies still will have to occu]>y the enemy home ' islands to j). rve the peace. The Admn-;i.l points out that a losing wnr is a «cw experience for the Japanese. A little arithmetic shows just how badly the enemy is faring. .In the Gilberts, Marshalls • JUKI .Marian<a,s campaign — more tlia" 02.000 Japiuics-j arc known to hnvo died. The Amcr- ir.-ni d unlh loll \wus about one-tenth that—or approximately 5,300. .In the Southwest Pacific-, about 30 Japa.:ie.-e have been killed for every American lifo lost on- the northern New Guinea coast. ]n th.-it campaign we have lost 2S. 1 ) nic-n • — t-hc enum>' has lost well over !\000. Records! Courteous Service I.OVISK KI.ECTR1C CO. 8 Church Street Kelly Reported 'Fair' At N. H, Hospital The condii.ion of William Kelly, 196 South Main si reel, was reported "fair" this morning, but his namo is still or, the danger list :u New Unveil hospital. Mr. Kelly was injured over two week's "go -apparently in n fall on the stairway of his homo. He suffered a fractured skull. HUV WAll BONOS AND STAMPS l-'or Ilcpcndiiblc Auto Insurance See Union City Insurance Agency .liiscph V. Roskn, ARRiit :i Union Stru«t Tol. <!I28-2!)M FREE! ! •Catalog planning Your Future" write. Call or phone 4-87T2 T>OCJT JUNIOR A ^^^ COI.l.KGK 21 C12NTH.\r, AVENUE SPECIAL! MKN'S SUITS I5i-:uitif,iliy Dry CleaiK-d :,nil noinotlici' ,89c DEEN'S 100 Church St. "Clyne's of Course" That's right. Clyne's is Uic place { to go for handsome gifts, gifts* that are treasured Just a few! steps from .Exchange Place.; Drop in. We've been helping} Watcrbury pick gifts for 20* 'cLYNE GLASS SHOP 2!l Harrison Ave. Watr.rhiiry j . Boston, Aug. 1-1—(UP)—Some 30 passengers wore trapped when a Boston elevated street car caught •'fire.'No one was injured when the blaze apparently started from falling wire. However, a 40-minulo lie- up was caused as result of the accident on the viaduct near the North station. BUY WAll BONOS AND STAMPS 10-JAR CANNERS $5.98 7-QT CANNERS $2.98 Alw> CANNING JARS and ACCKSSOR1KS NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NKARY BUILDING Tel. 5212 HOUSEIIOI.I1 HEW. (Gl:«'ys C. Gi^e in Charge) Mitchell's "K-Z" STARTING Can Openers •Th« «nl.v ""« " iUl : ' htain - ,c>, ,t,U Wg. TEMPLETON'S TBMl'LBTON'S COU-NJiR WATERBUBV DIAL 4080 <No Toll CnnreO SPECIAL TO OUR DANCING FRIENDS! !.| Friday, Saturday .Johnny Rock V Hit Rock and live Boy* ; I'olkax nnd Sweet Mu»[c Bill I-,ihaclt rolka Orc 5 to 0 Sundays White EagU] Restaurant BRIDGE STREET Member of Connecticut Kcslaunint Association , I HOME FINANCING OR RE-FINANCING We Have a Plan To Fit Your Needs NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK All Deposits Guaranteed 100 Years of Service For over 100 years this plant has continuously served our nation with quality! footwear and other fine rubber products,') both in peace and in war. UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Naugatuck Footwear Plant Ford Charcoal Briquets NOW AVAILABLE We have received the first shipment since' the war began of charcoal briquets for civil- - ian consumption. Packed in 20 Ib. bags. Burn twice as long as ordinary lump char- • coal. Quick heat in convenient smokeless form. Get a bag- for that picnic before they . The Naugatuck Fuel Co. Phone 5235 87 Church St.

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