Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 12, 1944 · Page 2
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 2

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, September 12, 1944
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Two NAUGATT70K DAILY NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 BEACON FALLS Corre.M|iuiHliMH's flume 43'J4. Allies Blast Bridges To Halt Retreat Of Nazis Republicans Name Candidates For Town Offices Koptiblin.ins' present ollicc holders us. candidates for reelection at the town convention last night. Kalph Upright nml Christian Hiss, llrst and second selectmen in that Mi-dor, were nominated /or tlioMo otllcex again. Sherman Scociter was nominated for tin; board of tax review, and \Villiiun Gallagher was selected to run fur the post of assessor. Candidates for constable are Vernon Stockcr, John Qulnn, TepAl Mis, and Leon Campbell. Grand juivr nominations were given to William Swan, John Ferguson, and John Stllimn. \Villinm Bradley was named for stiili- ruprese.'itative. Tin; mooting was held at tilt- town hull. F:ircw.-ll Tarty Edward Mitchell, son of Mr, and Mrs. Clmrlos Mitchell, of South Circle, was tendered Ji farewell party at the Keereallon club last night by his many friends, Mr. Mitchell will leave for active duty with tliM U. S, Marine- Corps tomorrow. Kobort C, Munniilo was master of ceremonies, and the affair was ar- r.-in.iC'.'d by a committee with Joseph KybiriNky in charim. About llfty attended Republicans Are Pleased With GOP . I n Unique Welcome Urn- is our- of tile reasons why tho German forto i euuliln'l ruln-iit i:i smiUiem France. Uridffes planning UK: faiinius Khoiu- river nt Tanisooii were niailj useless by Allied iininbers to hinder the flight of! Nil-/.! troups .and supplies. l'.ook..iiiai:lis on one .of ill a Isluts (right-I'on.-.'fruuud) iitdiciitc soiiiu'nuur Jiit».. (Intern itiuiiiil) £l:inili;ikc Successful The Boacon Fall.* I-Iose Co. clam- hukf attracted a crowd of, over 100 Sunday at the Seymour Fish a:ul C'-.inn- rlub grounds, A varied menu was enjoyed by tho.-;," in titlttndnncc. A progrnm of athli-tics. including Softball and liix'ci, was successful. Issue Warning That Evergreens Should Be Watered Ten-Day Furlough Corp. John Wood Is spending a JO-day furlough with his wife at thi-ir home on Fnlrtlolcl place. The corporal is stationed in Alabama. Soldiers' Mass Wednesday The weekly Muss for the Boys in the service will he sung at S o'clock tomorrow morning at St. Michael's church. Orniii-i- M.ilri-ly villlll- PIERPONT'S A mrrli'ft M <:t>n, ^tH-lt'ly .ir.ll IIA.Mv STIIMMT Evergreens and small trees adorning yards Of Naugaluck homos mny die unless special care is taken to water them now, James L. Linsley, chairman of tho war council's garden committee, warned today. Wetting chc shrubbery with a hose is of little value, Mr. Linsley said as ho advocated either trenching and flooding the soil for gradual soaking or the punching of holes six to 30 inches deep around trees and plants, Holes then should bo flllud with water at least twice every other day. This is the only effective moans of getting moisture to the shrubs and particularly to [ the evergreens which are pnrchod and turning brown in many places. Tho summer has boon the driest in moro than TO years and it is only special efforts now that will save garden stock. Mr, Linsley said. He pointed out '.hat the drouth is so sovcrc that oven nurseries are experiencing dillicuities in keeping young plants adequately nourished Conditions At New Haven County Jail investigated New Haven. Sfipt. 12—CUP) — State Referee Car! Foster's one man investigation into condition, at New Haven county j;iil con tirutes today after tho examination of four witnesses believed to luivi testified tibout the institution's financial accounts. Tile witnesses so 1'ar included bank teller, n state auditor, suspended Chiof Clock Louis FCITOU and a former deputy shotvitf and jail puard. The investigation is a direct result of the escape n:' five prisoners several months ago. Unofficial Returns In Maine Election Grateful Robin Acts As Alarm Clock Buck-miller Funeral Home 22 PARK PLACE Telephone 4334 I GOLDSMITH'S FOOTBALLS a n<l BASKET BALLS NAUGATUCK HARDWARE XK.AKY Tel. 5212 Portland. Maine, Sept .12 — (UP) —Complete unoficinl returns arc in from tho Maine state election. Horace A. Hildreth hns been elected governor in one of the biggest Republican victories in the state's modern history. The COP received approximately 73 per cunt of yesterday's vote. Hildreth polled ISl.OSf) votes aa compared with 51,107 received by Chicago (U P) — Rcuhon the Robin has an easy iifu these days and to pay for it he acts as a bright-eyed "alnrm clock" for Patsy Simoson. his 13-yoar-old mistress. Patsy found Reuben when ho was only two weeks old after ho had falK'.n .front his nest and injured himself. She took him homo and fod him eggs, milk and bread in a mixture and water from an oyc dropper. P.eubon had his own ho.-uc in a shocbo.x hut ho isn't confined to it and as ho learned to got around again he developed the habit oi perching on Patsy's bed and awak. ing her with his bright chirps each morning. State Federation Of Women's Clubs Is Holding Session Now London, Sept. 12—(UP)The Now Unhand conference of the State Federation of Women's Clubs has opened a three-day session at tho Hotel Criswold in. Crolon... Mrs. Robert T. Ji.-ildwin, the state president, 'and Mrs. James' C. Carmark, the New England president,, are presiding jointly. Dr. May Hall James of New Haven Teachers', college: Governor Baldwin and Carl A, Gray, chairman of the Connecticut Re-employment Commission arc scheduled speakers. Destructive Fires In New England (J3y United Press) Two Nov.' Kngland fires have msod considerable damage, At \Voonsockot. K. J,, a .b.'axo ,it the New England Coal company vard caused .$25,000 loss. Nine hun- Ired gallons of fuel oil and sever, rucks wore among tho goods de- tro.vud in the fire, which took 3G lours to extinguish. In New Bedford, Mass., a two- ilnrm fire broke out in the Firc- itono Mills, a ' war plant. Little- lame, but heavy quantities of moko wore evident ,in this fire, .'he damage wris not estimated, nit it is expected to run intu several thousand (!o!l.'irs. l^'EAUNIXG TKAUE Southbridgf. Mass.. Sept. 12 — l UP I — Convaluscont baltlo casual- ics in Lovoll General hospital at Paul' J. Jt'Hlcn, his Democratic op"- i Fort Devens are learning to malto spectacles. The men are learning the trade as part of occupational ponent. In the congressional contests, RopiX'Sentntivo Rohert Hole polled •IT,."(JO votes; CongrcKSwomnn Margaret Chase Smith. '10,101: and Representative Frank Fclla\vs, 30,-lSC, Funerals Funeral i.if FroiU'riuk Mai The funeral of Frederick H. Mai, '.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mai of Millville, who dlod Monday morning at his home, will be hold Wednesday at l:-in p. m. from tV.e Buckmlller funeral home. 22 Park place, to the Congregational church where services will bo conducted at '2 o'clock by Rev. Edward R. Hance, pastor. Interment will be in Grove cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 5 and 7 to 0 p. m, therapy to rchabilitnto thorn. An | their ow.-i plant, instructor and oquipmont luis boon provided hy the American Optical Company of Sotuhbridgc. College Courses Given In Industrial Plant • Chicago CUP)—In tho first plan of its kind in the Midwest, em- ployes of tho Commonwealth Edison company can work toward college danrocs while pursuing- within Per capita consumption of butter in 1939 amounted to 17.7 pounds; in the L". S. arc compared with IS.!! pounds per capita in 192'!. The Illinois Institute o£ Tech nology has agreed to apply seven courses conducted ' by Commonwealth Edison's industrial relations department as credit .toward a college degree after tho employe taking t.ho courses passes an examination given by the institute. of I'utriek F. .Long WIIK.V IT'S GH--T U'lMK IT'S ! STRISIR'S » CKNT.IOK ST. DIAI, ;«TI1^ HAVE YOU Noticed The Ads Listed Under . SERVICES On Pafi-e 7? The funeral of Patrick P. Long. T'l, of Is'augatuck, who died Saturday, was held Lhia morning at 8:30 o'clock from the Buckmiller funeral home, 22 Park place, to St. Francis' church where a requiem Mass was celebrated at 0 o'clock by Rev. Albert Taylor. Beiirora were Frank and James Long, Jeremiah Fleming and Nicholas Mangiric. Miss Frances Pliggins, organist, played tho "Funeral March." "Panis Angclicus" and "Abide With Me," .Burial was in St. James' cemetery, with Father Taylor conducting the committal service. Couple Files Wedding 1 Intentions Edward Newman of 10 Cherry street and Margaret Cowan of Millville filed wedding intentions at the office of Town Cleric Raymond J. St. John yesterday afternoon. The wedding is fOt for Sopt, 23rd. Amazing new war vehicle travels In water glides like a ghost over swamp or sand New Haven. Sept. 12—(UP)—The 'Connecticut Association of. local housing authorities will hold a state meeting at Hartford Thai-slay to discuss post -war plans. Also at tho conference will bo representatives of tho state welfare tie- jarlment. American Federation of hor and Mortgage Loan Com- lanios. Army's latest Weasel M-29C Built by Studebaker and powered by famous Studebaker Champion engine TTERE'S a brand-new example of the teamwork of.the .. O/r ' cc of Scientific Research and Development, the War Department and Studebaker engineers .. . It's the latest model of the Army's versatile rrnck-Iaying vehicle known'as the \Vcascl... This new M29C is just as much at home-in water as u is on sand, mud, swamp or solid ground . '.. It not only propels itself in deep water, fully loaded, but it also clambers up and down steep, slippery banks .with amazing case ... This new Weasel is built by Studebaker under contract with the Ordnance Department, Army Service Forces. It adds another.unit of war equipment to a Studebaker list that includes aircraft engines and war trucks. . . Pioneer and Pacemaker .in Automotive Prognu (By-. -United -Pro The'Republicans are very happy about yesterday's voting in the na- .lion;s- no-called . 'Ibaromctcr" state of Maine. Th.e--.. GOP .:candldutCH scorfcd thair'bljtfjjest victory in' tho history of Maine elections. Three Republican congressmen wore returned; to .office, and State -Senate President 'Horace A. Hildre'th was elected jrovernbr on the GOP ballot.. ,.'.-.'••But the voting in Maine, wasn't so. cheerful for the" GIO's -Political Action Co m m i 11 B p. The PAG stumped the state up and .down in an attompt'to put two. Maine Democrats -into•'congress. The votcru o£ Maine handed'the PAC a crush- .injr defeat. : , . • And Inithe presidential campaiftn .—the-Republican nominee Governor.' Dewey has added two morn points .on'his schedule of stops in the-West. .Dcwey will make n speech at Sheridan, Wyoming on September 14'th, and at' Billings, Montana on. "tho following day. This afternoon he is expected to arrive at Yalentlnc, Nebraska for talks with GOP leaders of Nebraska, .and, Wyoming. Dcwcy's spare'-time'In-'the West right now Is being devoted ,to speeches to be dolivcvc'd'fri Senttle, Portland, Oregon, San Francisco and Los Angeles next week. Naug-atuckian Seeks Return Of License Hartford Mayor Of Prosecutors Hnrtrord. Sept. 12—<UP)—Mayor William Jf. MortcnxenlB campaiKn to wJpc out gambling In Hartford i.i reaching a definite Htage. The mayor has called a conference of prosecuting- officials fw Thursday to review complaints anJ chart a course ,of uction. ' A number of complaining- Icttci-.'i received by the mayor have been turned over to the police tor investigation. Meanwhile, legal authorities disagree us to the legality of bingo games in Hartford. The 19-U logisla- turr- legalized bingo, but there are claims the city did not approve of this law in 19'!1 and therefore the game is being played in violation of the statutes. Three bingo gam«.s now are before police court, and September icth is the deadline for the renewal of bingo permits. Russell Gets Stay seriously Injury und Mary's hospital ywU >rd» on pi) go l.) " . -« ough .court September In another, c*«c ;b«re John AJcxln*kl, 182 Mill ,'ir terfaury, received a ,„„„ . !•• arrcBled by - Statt Tr«»* : > Christian and charged .T ; *1 In* n motor vehlch w« obtaining «. driver-* permit ''"* ' Judge Tho maa Per capita c in JheU.S. «n 1938 compnr, : d with :e?,,2 and 154 .-I quarlH in 1KJ4 To Sept. 23 Amonf,' the .drivers seeking the restoration of their driver's in a hearing at "the Waterbury city courtroom Thursday at 10:30 a. m. is George E. Grand pro, 32-1 South Main street. His' license was suspended after he was arrested for sp-Pding August 31. 1942. He. is the only Naufjatuck resident among the 17 who will appear Here'is u sample'of the welcome the BritlHh troops received from Lite Belgians when they liber- . ati-<l Brussels, It hhoivs young Jjclirian* extending- :i warm welcome to Tomnili'K from the cover of a, slit trench during- the advance to Brussels. Tin; girls throw kisses at fliolr Allied liberators. (International) •- '—: 1 before Frank W. Hogan, chief hearing and complaint olllcer of the stale motor vehicle department. Leonard T. r Russell, Bethany oad, Beacon Falls, received a .continuance in borough court this morning on a. motor vehicle law violation charge. Ho was. charged with allegedly operating .-in insured automobile with defective brakes. Russell was 'involved in Uic accident with young 'Homer Noragong of Christenson' street, who was M-V«<s. Silver Pitted Teaspoons, FREE Phone Us! Waterbury Heating Co; -J Spring St., W»>y. Ra-ih-oads handle D3 per cent of the U. S. mail. INVEST in VOCR FIJTUKE III'SINKSS KIHTATHIS. UK Kivrn In llilx >,vliii«l will i-iirrj- .von f;ir In } Ihi- lnii,in<-><. world. Oiur-.-. fur inurn- 1 inn <ir ••VrnltiE. Ciill J-T.'.KS. < THE PERRY SCHOOL J Ill-own JUilir. 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