Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 1, 1944 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, September 1, 1944
Page 5
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1044 NAUOATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Fiv* Another News Story From Former News Editor in SCT. .»osiorn r, DONAIIUI (if ,"!> Chi'iT.v Slrn-l, .NiiutalucU Ciiiiii., a Slitrliii- Corps Comki (• (ir iv>|M>inli'iit. formerly of Tin NaiijfiilurU >Vw». svmi'tt'hcri! in the Pacific—(Do- liiyoiH -Hi'". l» 1|10 form nf <i (ht'i'iulto mortar shell, broke loose nil a round :vi<U'!.".e Corporal Rob- H. .hint's. -0, oC ll'Jti WhllcVooro stiooi. b'ticii. X. Y., as he rocln an amphibious tank unvurd the Sal- nt\M bfJtt'ti on D-Day. Corporiil Jonesi manned the T.Vimii K"» as the tank 'sped to- \v:inl ushore, Twenty yards from tin. lnvK-li the Jap shell hit, \vreck- ii!K the tanl< and wounding every nn'nil'er nf the crow. He has been ;nv:i:-ilod the Order of the Purple Hi'ju-t at an ndvnnced Pucillc base. Tin' oillciM 1 in charge of the tank, n VOUIIK lieut^nanl, died In Cor- punil Jonrs' ;ir:iis ns they I'lounil- i-i'od i" the writer. Corporal Jones, hi; in the leu find arms, miniated tn m't back to a hospital ship with (>tlior nn'mbors of the crew, in an .Smart Fall DRESSES $095 Wools - Crepes ^ up JJKAVV CKVST.-M, 12 for $1.00 S1TUSIJTS DIAL On The Air Today i WABC—U. S. WJZ-WATR— VVTIC-VVEAF- WOR—News; •I: WAEC—MaUr WJZ-WATK—. •I: \VATR-VVJ5J— WEAIT-WTIC- WOFv—Music •I: WJZ—Hop I-l! :0(i |i, in.' Nuvy Program Blue Corrosponclcnl Biicksjtiig'u Wile Rambling .13 IP. in. ,iee; News •Don Norman Sliow :<o p. in. News —Lorenzo Jones for '.Remembrance 15 |i. hi. amphibious trnctor. During the cnKiifrcment, Cor- pornl Jones said he saw a morliii shell hit a "75". sending the barrel 200 feet into the air The Marine Corporal's parents Mr, and Mrs. L., R Jones, live at the Utlcii address. Before cnliati n the Marine Corps December 11, I.9-12, he wns employed at the Rcm- ton Arms Co.. Ilion. N. Y. He attended Utlca Free Academy and Kernan school, where he partici- >ated in spot-is, particularly foot jfill. After the war he expects to become an aviation machinist. Ex-Chemical Co. mploye Completes 50th Mission A former employe of the Nnupa- JcU Chemical Co., 1st Lt. James '. McDonoufjh of East Hartford, omploted his 00th combat mission ver enemy-hold territory August . it was reported this mornint', Lt. cDonoiifrh Is a navigator on a lyinj,' Fortress, He onlistecl in the Army in Janary. .lfM3 ns aa aviation cadet, and •as commissioned in September of he same year. He fleu- his first ombiit tt'ip February -t, 194'!. ledal. and the Air jfcclal with an He wears the Purple Heart ak loaf cluster. He is stationed in the Italian theater. WEAF-WTIC—WKIdcr Brown WATR—Sustaining Music WABC—Raymond Scott Show 3:00 it. in. WEAF-WTIC—When u Girl Mai ries ' WJ55-WATR—Terry and Pirates WOR—Uncle Don WABC—Fun wilh Dunn 0:15 ]>. in. WEAF-WTIC—Love and Learn WJ 55—Dick Tracy WATR—Melody Review WOR—Chick Carter 5:30 p. in. WABC—Three Sisters WEAF-WTIC—Plain Bill WATR-WJ2—Jack Armstrong WOR—Toni Mix Show ' 0:45 p. in, WAEC—Wilderness Road • WEAF-WTIC—Front Page Farrell WATR-WJZ—Sen Hound WOR—Superman 0:0(1 p. m. i\LL Stations—News 0:15 p ,ni. WABC—Murray Orch.; Chorus WATR—Music for Diniiifi' iVTIC—Victory is Our Business VJ2—Blue Correspondents WOR—News; Inside Hollywood >VEAF—Serenade to America ti'.'AO p. m, tVOR—News VTIC—Strictly Sports rVEAF—Serenade; Sports VJZ—Whose War? Sports iVATR—News; Songs (i:45 p. m. ,VABC—Work! Today iVATR—Pleasure and Profit VOR—Stan Lomax, Sporls VTIC-WEAT—Lowell Thomas 7:00 p. in. VABC—I Love a Mystery VJZ-WATR—Biondie VEAF-WTIC—Music Shop VOR—Fulton Lewis. Jr. 7:15 p. m. VOR—Answer Man . VABC—We Who Dream VEAF-WTIC—.News of the World 7:30 p. in, VOR—Keep Ahead WATR— Phone' Your Answer. WEAF — Roth Orch. and Chorus WJZ — Lorio Ranger • WTIC— 'Quiz- of 'i'wo Cities'';,'^ ••;'. WABC— Friday on Broadway'.. " V i 7:40 p.' in. .pi.' ' •WATR— Red Cross Program *:•';•" - WEAF— News • • ; ,ifl'^--\,'. ',' »:00 p; in. V ; -^ ,AVABC— Charley ::.RuEE-lo3 JBiio . W JZ-WATR~Watch Worli'^Go By ,WOR— News; Nick Ciii-ter^A.' '- WEAF-WTIC—Cities Service '.Con• ceii' ; '. 8:311 p. in. WTIC-W13AP—Thin Man WOR^—Freodonvf'ol Opportunity WATR-WJZ—yeet Your Navy WABC—Service -to-the'Front • ! .8:00 !>• m. WABC—Pa..ys lo be Ignorant WEAF-WTIC—Frunk Munn Slrow WATR-WJZ—Gang Busters WOR—Gabriel He'atter' WEAF-WTtC—People arc Funnx WABC—Political ''Program WATR-WJZ—Spotlight on Cheater - /' ."• -.'••• . • . .,:.10:00-p.-.m..' .!. . WEAjr-WTIC—Boston Bluckfc- • W OR-W J Z-WATR—Me ws WABC—Moorc-Durantc Show"" . 10:30 p. in. WABC—Stage . Door Canteen WOR—Syniphoncttc WATR—Carl Rava/.za Orch. WTJ.C-WEAF—Politiciil Program 10:45 p. m. WTIC—From New York WJZ—ConlinentalCH WEAF—To be announced 11 :«>• p. m. ALL. Stations—News 11:15 p. tn. WTIC—Harkncss of Washington WABC—Shep Fields Orch. WATR—Eddie Oliver Orch. WJZ—Korn ' Kbbblcrs -.- ll:»0 p. m. WTIC-WEAF^—Author's Plnyhou»« WABC—Mildred Bailey Show ' W.7Z-WATR—Van' Cleave Variety WOR,—Galloway Qrch. . lt:00 Mldnlfht WATR—Slpn Off WEAF-WTIC—NeWii: Mr. Smiths WOR—McGtanc; Stern, Orch». WABC—Ncwm Strong Orch. WJZ—News; Olnon Orch. ... at the Metropolitan bedroom fashions Tlicro's vietury in quality. "\V;irs may cume ami wars may go, hut quality ^'.n.'S UH t'orevur. AVc liavo always endeavored to liandle quality furniture in every detail . . . ami t'lio difference in price between quality home J'nmi.sTi- in^s and int'erioj- liomr; i'nriiisli- in.U's is actually nc^'li.n'ilile. D<,in't believe it? Come in and let us prove it. An nUrnctivc bedroom, such ;i« this, is .•i iny t" possess. Whrjn you consider how very lil.lle it. cosLs you'll, realign wli.'iL a prudent investment you've mode. 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