Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 28, 1944 · Page 2
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Monday, August 28, 1944
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.Page Two NAUGATUOK DAILY NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1944% War Dept. To Give Equal Radio Time To Political Parties (By Uulti*. I 1 ™**) The \Vm' department will grunt equal radio time to nil quulllled im'itical nurtles for rcbronclcastlng Political ndclrossos to .Mcrvlcemun ovor.'.eas, , Under Uic arrangement, which becomes ol't'ectlve parly next month, Uir broadcasts will bo carried by Army short wave stations. Timo will 'hi' assigned on a weekly basis until November Hrst. when ovcr- ::I-:IM voting should he completed. Tho War department lists the Democratic, Republican. Socialist. Tri.hibitlon -and Socialist - Labor parties as qujilillocl for radio time under the soldier vote law. Meanwhile In Washington—the State and Justice 1 departments are reported to lie opposed to logisln- liuii to set up a monopoly airline ( (1 represent the United States In post-war international transport. The two department.! are said to have advised the senate, com- uii-rrrr committee that .In their i,pinions, such a monopoly would r.u: be in the national interest and probably would ' violate the anti- trusr la'ws. The opinions wore requested in connection with a «en- :ite bill which proposes to establish an all-American air line with a working capital of some one-billion dollars, * tn congress—the house commit- iee on campaign expenditures begins its Investigation of the CTO pdlitir.'il action committee today, wit'i Chairman Sidney Hlllmnn as !he first witness. The Inquiry is looking for possible violations of the corrupt practices act which prohibits union and corporation contributions to political campaigns. AH the house prepares to debate the senate-approved Grow bill regulating post-war unemployment compensation, the authoi 1 —senntor C.oorgc- of Georgia—is expected to renew his fight to bring federal workers under social security. Tho house ways and means committee hns amended the bill to remove section:: extending sociul security to federal employes. Georgo has predicted that '10 per cent of all person 1 -! on the federal payroll will be thrown our of work when the v.vir war in ISuropc ends. Also in Washington—The OPA hns announced that butter will stay ,'it II! ration points a pound when the new September ration values go into effect next week. Karlicr. the OPA had planned to raise the ration value of butter to _.>0 points a pound. On the labor front—striking workers at the Ford Motor company's Highland Park plant In Detroit are. returning to t'ieir jobs. The back-to-work movement began on the. midnight shift aftei 1 union officials voted to end the strike as ordered by the "War Tabor .Board. However, of the CTO United Automobile Worker's say It will be ,-ieveral days before all 1.100 -em- ployes are back on the production lines. Marseille Citizens Celebrate Liberation DK.ATII ANNOUNCM-D.. Augusta, Maine. Aug. 28—(UP)—• A HOII of former Governor Lewis O. 'l-iirrow:< is dead ol' wounda HUS- i.'iini'il in action in France. Capt. iKdwarcl P. .Burrows died August .">th, according' to word received by hhi father now it resident of West IN'eu'ton. Mass. n'l'itnimi'iiil I li i i N «• Invi'ly rliiK<* fitr fhi'lr lilH'iir** <>r <|l"ll- !'?'» «|J-||H1C lUIlt <Tllf (Mfllllll*lll|r. PIERPONT'S A iiH*rht|tn 1 1 1- in MiM'h'f j* i, in HANK vriiKi'jT Buckmiller Funeral Home 22 PARK PLACE Telephone 4334 NOTICE! TO OUK NAUGATUCK STOKU CUSTOMKRS! Pill! tit war timo condition!*. «'« urc ciini|H-ll«<l to flo.Mc our Xuu- ituuk Ntoro. CALL US Fur the ilfi.v our Route Mnn Will hi: on your street. Free Telephone Service For NuiiKtitiiclt CUJitomcrfi Call Enterprise 4700 SHALETT-LUX l.t.i!n(!rri<r» — Dry 2» J.. Mtiln St.. Wuterlmry Muln Office * I'innt. 23 \Viilnnt St. Ext, Wuti-rtown — Nnii Mlddlobury COTTON HOLLOW CorrcNpondent'H 1'hono .582B . Visitors In Joseph Sargeant, swimming instructor at the Boy Scouts camp at St Tobe spent the week-end In Cotton Hollow, 'With .the closing pt the camp soon,'Mr. Sargcant will losurrie- his duties with the u. b. Rubber Co. '' WceI«:n<jM Hero I Pvt. Louis Santore, who Is ata- tionc-d at Eoi;t ,D,ix,.spent -the wuclc- I .home .of his mother in -.Cotton Hollow,:. ^. ..'. . I'.'•' •'' ' 'At Polo'Ground* ' ' Wilfred Taylor, his son, Hartley, and. Fred. Ardry, Jr., took in the 1 double' header at the Polo Grounds I yc'stordoy :uiid! suw the New York 1 Giant's' 1 'trim "the Brooklyn 'Dodgers twico . ' r-u-iii,- On- V-for-Victorv 'siilutiv ciUy.ons of Mursoiro climb i-hoiirtl :a. half-track llllcd with , French i.mnj, _.m ,,,, that irre'it port of Friiiicr on the diiy of llhiiriition. In the buekfiTouml IN ".""Am 1 ,' tom flag .lint w;,s brought out and I,,,,.* in public after -the Niul* hail Jiwn driven from ' tllt , ci ty. Official U. S. Signal Corps Kiuli ophoto. (IntcmuHoiiiil Soundplioto) • Connecticut Plans Resume On Malaria Studies OFFICK OF PRICE ADMINISTKATION Depiirtment of liifornuitlon Ti Good Breakfasts I Ration Timetable j i For Wui'k of August. Ii7-Si>|it. 2. I Is Needed For MKATS * FATS The control of malaria . within GOOD INDEFINITELY — Keel C'o-inocticut was given ,-ulded i:n-' stamps AS through ZS and A5 to PC-HI today when the Connecticut ! D5 in Book Four worth 10 points State- department of Health an-i each. Keel tokens, worth one point •icunced Unit a two weeks' course , each, used as change. Householders arc reminded that .red stamps now become valid every four weeks instead of every 2 weeks. Thus the number of points is reduced to 15 for every 2 weeks instead of 30. in newer laboratory methods of examining blood smears o!" malaria will bo given in Hartford beginning Monday. Sept. IS.' Miss Aimoe Wilcox from the National Institute of Health. Bethescki, Maryland, :;nd nationally known export in the laboratory diagnosis of ma- la rill has been secured us instructor. The course is offered hy the State Department of Health to laboratory directors! and hospital and institutional director.'; within the state. Fred P.. Zellcr. State Comptroller, expects to have available for the two-weeks' course a room in the Stale Office Building eci'.iippcd with laboratory facilities. From those who apply for the course, CD technicians will be chos- su th;it each part of Connect:- S'ED FOODS GOOD INDEFINITELY — Blue Stamps AS through 2S and A 5 to KO in Book Four, worth 10 points each. Blue tokens worth one point each, used as change. Blue Stamps Gr>, HE. J5, K5 and LO become trood for 10 points on Sept. 1 'and remain good indefinitely. SUGAR GOOD INDEFINITELY— Suttar Stamps 30, Zl and 31 in Book Foul', each good for five pounds. Sugar Stamp 33 Book Four becomes eil SU Hull i.'aeu p.n L ui ^V.IICJ^L.- Olamp OO l!l Jivutv J.-VLII ,;__^>.*..-. cut will have avai'.able locally a good for live pounds on September ski.lotl technician to do maku-ial I i rmd remains good indefinitely. ' Stamps 30. 31 and 32 in Book Four, good for tlve pounds for home canning through Feb. 2S. 1D-I5. Conil in- sumers may be granted up to 20 iither j pounds per person for home can- making application on examinations in preparation for :!u' roturn of military personnel fro rnmalnri;i-ridflen areas. IS'o serious wave of malarial infection is anticipated in Connecticut or other New land slnti:s. l.-'hysii.'ians :md laboratories however, have requested that facilities be provided throughout the state to detect promptly j any latent infections or relapsing cases of malaria among returning I army and navy personnel. These \ facilities will also aid in preventing malaria . from spreading to oth- or rn-rmber.; of the family or to the immediate associates of Lhcse returning men and women.' by Form K-322 at local OPA Boards. .N'ew England is now in the second period for such allotments (August I through October 31). GOOD INDEFINITELY — Air- pkxne Stamps No. 1 'and No. 2 in War Book Three good for one pair of shoes each. Says New Court Policy Checks Juvenile Crime i Chicago—(UP; —Juvenile delinquency in Baltimore has been reduced* 23 per cent in the first six months of this year, the public administration Clearing House of Chicago reports. '['lie new policy of the courts in holding parents .iccountablo. and imposing fines and sentences on them, was partly responsible 1'or the great decrease in juvenile delinquency over that of last year, the report said.. GASOLINE NOVEMBER S—Last day for A-l 1 coupons good for three gallon.';. B3, B-1, C3 and O! coupons i-uocl for live, gallons each. AUTOS imorrj_,D Xahant, Mass., Aug. 2S— CUP) — There's nothing like dropping an automobile a t'c-w feet to loosen up the springs. That's what happened at George Kihbcy's garage in Xahant, where 12 automobiles fell into the basement when the street level floor collapsed. To Attend Confab Chlnric nnilwissudor to the court of St. .liiini'M. IV. Wellington Koo. N pictured upon his urriv- :il :il. ..aGuanliii airport in NI'W Voi-l; city, llr is on his way to Washington tn iittrnd the important inti'rmitlonal conference at Dumbarton Oaks on world 'problems. (International) FUEL on. SEPTEMBER 30—-Last clay for period four and period five coupons. All coupons worth 30 gallons a unit. Ne«- 191'1-IC fuel oil coupons will become good for 10 iral- lons uppn their receipt liy the consumer from local OPA Boards. Find New Use For Gas Meter In Super-Forts Detroit — (UP) — How a pas meter was used to tost pressure Cabins in the new B-2D Super- Fortress has been revealed by the Hudson Motor Car Co. as a means of speeding production when testing machines were not avaTlable. Hudson, disclosing that Army Air Force engineers arc studying production methods to speed manufacture of important fusilage sections in the giant bombers, told how an 'engineer adapted a precision gas meter to do the job formerly requiring a machine costing several thousand dollars, "Pressure cabins caused engineering and production problems that industry never faced before," said a Hudson spokesman. "Ordinarily an expensive machine is used "to test the cabins, requiring a graduate engineer to operate it ruul make computations. "One of our engineers remcm- herccl a precision gas meter ho had was rented from the gas company and was found- so simple to use and read that no further efforts are being made to get the special machine." Engineers said the meter was found to be accurate and simple to use with corrections made for temperature and barometric pressure, providing 'important savings in time and money, "The pressure cabins in the B-29 enable craw members to fly .at altitudes never thought possible before. Actual ceiling still remains a military secret." Hudson said. Engineers said use of the gas meter was only one of many .ingenious production methods speeding manufacture of components for the Army's huge long-range heavy bombers, War Workers Bettor breakfasts and better lunches for all, especially war workers and children is the aim of National Nutrition Month which has been designated by the War Food Administration to in September, states the weekly bulletin of the Connecticut State JDe.partmcnt.of Health. These meals will be stressed because they arc often neglected, placing too great a burden or. the evening meal to supply most of the dally nutritive requirements. The State .Nutrition Committee ' the Connecticut Wai- Council, the State Department of Health and numerous other nutrition committees throughout the j state will cooperate in the nation- • wide campaign. j Broakfust is one of the most •frequently -neglected meals. The need for starting each day with sufficient food for the work ahead is going to bo increasingly emphasized. War workers have already beer, informed of ways to improve their packed lunches, but a substantial breakfast plays'nin equally important part in keeping health up to standard. It is Ol' particular importance to p r o v i d o- children with nourishing breakfasts, as their health will suffer if this essential meal is left out entirely 01- is too scanty. 'V : : •-: Ketiirns to Base Coxswain Anthony Glcich, U. S. Nl, who'was visiting.his parents in Cotton HTollow, returned to hi» base in Charleston, S. C., after completing his ten-day .shore leave. \ Entertain Vlsitortt Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fox had for their guests for several days,- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Small and their ttjree children .of Bahway, N. 'J, Mr. Small recently received a -medical discharge from, the U, S. Niivy. 'after s a e i n g action on Guadalcanal. Mrs. Small is Mrs.. Fox's niece. Merrill In Capital Canada Said To Be Buying Air Bases f rdm Umted States Washington. AUK. 28—(UP)—The American Aviation magazine reports Canada is paying the United States nearly 77 million dollars for a ready-made system of air bases. The publication said the pur- price is around U million dollars less than the original cost of the uJr terminal*. The d!|r : it -says, .rcprcnentii thv-m , items of non-permanent. -vjju Moreover, the article . ad<Jj, •ida has agreed to £tand of widespread improvement! quested ,'by Oil* country nearly 35 million dol!ar«.' : The air terminals, -which »r, i ' along sky routes lead],,, , the -northwest and northeast Jf undoubtedly play on imprW.. part in post-war- International '? plans. '• Good soil will produce & ..^ of. about 40 bushels of pnan the acre. The vines bear an age of 300 poda oach. Up From Jlolawarc ' Pvt. Wilfred Taylor spent the week-end with his family. The local soldier is stationed at Fort Miles, Del. Goon The Coon Wins First Round In His Fight With Bingo Postal Clerks Take Odd Address In Stride ______ Colorado Springs, Colo,—(UP)—' Postal clerks are a little bit proud j at' thi.s one. ; A letter was addressed to "The man who is tearing clown the old iVc-thodist church in Victor, Colo." Postal clerks delivered it. The letter had been sent by Pfc. Eob Zook of Kane Pa., a soldier at Camp Carson, Colo., who had left his raincoat in an automobile in which ho had been given a lift. The owner of the car, he knew, was n Colorado Springs man who was tearing down the church rj.t Victor in order to get lumber to build a. home, and that's ali ho knew about him. The "man who is tearing down the church" called Kane, and the soldier got his raincoat. TIKE JN SHIPYARD Boston, Aug. 28—(U P)—A 4S- year-old East Boston man is hospitalized wit.. .11 foot injury .sustained at a shipyard fire. Samuol Scory was hurt while he aided firemen extinguish a two-alarm blaze that swept a warehouse at the General Ship and Engine Works in East Boston. Of 230,7'10 arrests examined by the FBI in 19-13, it was found that •17.3 per cent had their fingerprints on file at the justice department in Washington. YOUll EYEGLASSES SHOP C. H. Tomlinson Noary Building i Niuig.'ituck, Conn. • STORE CLOSED ALL DAY EACH MONDAY DUB1NU JULY AND AUGUST Denver. Aug. 2S—(U Pi—There arc dire things in store for Goon the Coon — whose special diet is Denver roof-tops. • He won round one against Bingo—the hound-dog imported from the Missouri Quarks by desperate Denver residents. But Bingo is due for a return engagement and this time he has blood in his eye. Bingo was brought to Denver along with his master, Bon Hodges, -after zoo experts, police and angry, householders tried their best to snare the marauding coon, Hodges—with J5 years of coon catching behind .him — spent an alert week-end answering calls from Denvcrites who awakened to the crunching sound of roof shingles being chewed. Finally, the coon was trapped "in action" on a rooftop. The chase was on. Officers fired at the coon at close range but missed/ At that point Bingo took over, barking lustily. With officers, spectators and in close pursuit, the hound tailed his quarry through the neighbor- ohod. But Goon, the Coon proved too much for liim.. .and Bingo returned—howling in defeat. The second round comes up today....and that hound is set to make it his. Tull.lng to reporters at a. j>reK» conference In Wa*iHli>Kton IH BriK. •,Gcn, Frank D. Merrill, chief of the famed, ••MaraudcrH" who toughi so .wucf-KHfuIly aifainut Uie J»j)s In Burma. He s»ld that the reported breakdown of morale of his men was- due to misinterpretation of orders and npecula- ' tlon. (International) Rep. Patton Of Texas Loses Bii For Re-election Dallas, Texas, Aufj: 28—(U P)— Representative Nat Patton has lost his congressional bid for re-election in the Democratic' run-off primaries of-the'Texas seventh'dis- trict. He has conceded the nomination of Tom Pickctt—district attorney in Palestine. Texas. And the Democratic nomination is equivalent to election. Nearly complete returns show that veteran Congressman J. J. Mansllcld has been rcnominatcd :'or a 15th term. Representative Sam Russell also made a successful bid for a third term in the l"th district. M-G-M CHIEF JIUBT Hollywood, Aug. 28—(UP)— The chief of the M-G-M film studios, Loois B, Meyer, Is reported resting as well as can be expected after an accident at his ranch. Mayer is receiving hospital treatment for a fractured pelvis and numerous bruises. Studio spokesmen say he either was thrown by 'his horse or injured in a mixup of several horses. Success in Peacetime .Certify Your bfficc Skills. >0-w«ek courses of Monday. Tuesday, and Thursday, C p. >n. THE PERRY SCHOOL Official Greg)? School JJrou-n BltJir. WiUerbury Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Jsland City, .V. Y. Franchised Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Bristol,"tk Holland Furnace Co. .Furance cleaning- with big- power suction machines. | Also gas proofing- and furnace repairs. — Telephone — Naugatuck $629 Waterbury 4-1005 746 East Main St. Waterbury, Conn. BUILDING-LOAN DUES PAYABLE Dues -ire payable to the Naugatuck Building-.- A Loan association Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. E. C. Lingcnheld will be at his office to receive payments all day and from 7 to 9 o'clock each evening. . WRAOiE WALL FINISH G. C. Murphy Co. SKIRT or 1'ANTS FREE with order, this week only. 100 Church St. DEBITS Smart Fall For Dependable Firo Insurance On Your Furniture See: : Union City Insurance Agency Joseph V. Kosko, Agent 3 Union Street Tel. 4928-2952: DRESSES Wools - Crepes Furniicc Inspection SERVICE • *"° Waterbury Heating Co. [.'13 Spring St., Wthy. 4-6«8 '!! : HEAVV CRYSTAL GLASSES' .! 12 for $1.00 CENTER SX, .DIAL Just Like a Doctor's Prescription When you call to have a Want Ad inserted in the Naugatuck News, we give you service to suit your particular need. No two people want the same thing for the same reason and we like to "make the punishment fit the crime" so to speak. In the true sense of the word, we make YOUR Ad fit YOU the same way a doctor makes a specific medicine fit your need. So, remember, when you want something, or even have something to sell, Call 2228 fora Naugatuck Daily News Want Ad 'LOW RATES, LARGE RESULTS" .

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