Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 15, 1944 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, September 15, 1944
Page 5
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1944 NAUGATUCKj DAILY NEWS Establishment Of Air Cargo Service Is Being Planned \Viis!tin.i;i»n. Sept. 15— (UP) — p.,ii Anifi-k-un Airways annotiticoti ]nl it ' nil' North anil t'L* > SCI' * HI I'1 T <1>1-«LI 41L>tLII iHIM V'„,!, Aiiu-i'ira aftiM- this war with Hal,.* itvi-ini-'iiig 2. r > coins'K ton mile. ' >- ( , u - ^I'fvu'os ami rates are be- n '- [>lui>.'ii'il. says I'an American vi-hn-h will open new outlets for ,,' inl .fjii-ltiri v r.-! in both continents win'' !i» v >' I'ci-n limited thus far to l iiliin ¥ !'ti(.' niarkots. '' Tiii- airline I'stimntcs it will Imndlo nliuiit 110 million pounds o air express uniuitUly, comparcc N.nli .i.iuo.uuo pounds in 3 SMI. : And at un uvci-npu rnlo .ot- 2 cents 'JUT Uiii'm'llo oomparoil with the old vail! of Ml) cents. Moreover .i'aii-Ami'ricuii says. ClustiiMud cnr- Bo di'StiiK'd to uiofu distant com- nicroial centei-s would 'bo carrieil I'm- rates as low as 10 cunts ]>ei ton mile. The Hue recently announced a proposed passenger rate of 3 1-2 cents a. mllo between .this country and Hawaii and Latin American points. .Pan American says" its proposals are on (lie with the Civil Aeronautics Uoiu-d which soon will .hold hearings on the line's request for expanded .Latin American service. More than one-half Oklahoma's area is farm land. Snow Suits JACKET: •GERSTORM Poplin. Talon zijiper front. Furry Alpaca pile lining. At;;K-hi-d Piirk'.iuuw. wool lir.rd hood and sleeves . . . CANTS: Woe:; lilyh-bll) front nncl faiii-.k. r!it "ot'.iy" PutctJted :'U. S. Pa:. OH'. 20323S2* sniik- knit cuff. zip;xr ankle.-,. Overlap cushion knees . . . Water-repellent linings. Wi:-.d - resistant — zelaii Cocoa Brown or Xv.-y Blue ir. s:-«s 3 to 10. •95 £*««vr-.W.-»4ew OTlfKIC "GKKSTMAN" UKVKIJSII5LK JACKET SNUW St'ITS V/uior rojiolicnC anci iv 1 r. d resistant in popi;lar "Fit-Id Club" fabrics. Navy with Tan, Llt;ht Blue or Hoc!. trr—- Brown with Brown, Tan or ^:;:^" Blue. $13-95 Frozen Foods Welcomed By Troops In CBI 17. S. Invades Reich, Join North And South Armies r^T^f • HUY ON OUK LAY-AWAY PLAN • •encelSflM By JACK GUINN United 1' Staff Cnrrrspoiulun Calcutta, India (UP)—After more than a year of planning 1 , hard work and disappointment.*'. American tittops in the China-Burnui-india theater ace now beginniUK to re- ci.'ive a better variety of food and 1'town to them even at the front"lines and including thut only dreamed of American delicacy —1,'ood American ieo'cream. First major accomplishment. In :lui long- program of planning was .ho delivery to the Americans at .Myitkyjna in North Burma of a. • lane load of frozen chiclton and cii cream, sped 10 them from the Yrj ciung plants in Caleinta, nearly ,00i> miles ,-iway. It was the first 'resh chicken and ice cream the roops had eaten throughout their ong cumpaij,'n thore, The idea of moving frozen foods )y plane and by rail in the thi>- tcr belonga to Lt. Col. A. M. O'Dell of Bellcvue, Neb., commanding of- t'icer of Gener-al Depot Mo. 2 a I. Calcutta, who had been helped in most of his planning and work by -Maj. M. C. Coop of Abilene, Tex., depot veterinarian. Army ituns Irt> Flan't Col. O'Dcll and Maj. Coop have ncvf spread out in their fields of fiAKl operations and have gone into the ho>, r and chicken business, plus the seoming-ly far-fetched GI profession--of l.'irge-sculo sail. waler fishinpr. Besides that, they have installed the first puffed rice plant i India's history. Very shortly, American troops in the theater will begin to receive, in rotation, ice cream and frozen c h i c k e n, ham, beef and • fish, shipped in planes under w.i.-it , i.s called "inherent refrigeration"—in which the low temperature is maintained by insulation only.—and by •ail in cars cooled with dry ice, Cor which the Army has taken over three idle dry ice plants in India. Fatten Own rigs Under the program, us Col. O'Dell explained it, the Army does not a thing- from .the Indian pop- lUition. The Army uses its own .«irba£,-u lo fatten the scrawny, •ii7.or-ba.ched native Indian pigs, vhich heretofore have managed to survive solely.-by thci;- wils. Tho American Army increases the production of hogs, thi-jugh its co-operative program, and lakes . only that increase. The same principle is appliad to all projects. The Army takes only that amount by which it increases the Indian production. Everything is utilized in the pro-, ^ram Lo set up a more varied menu ' for the American tioops, most of j whom have been away from home I so long they can't ronmmbcr just ! exactly what il, was that mother i used to cook. In the production of ice cream, for instance, the milk I iii'Cd for its manufacture is milk i taken off ships in containers which' probably could not survive shipment to moi-c distant parts of tho theater. If this milk were not , ENGLISH CHANNEL ^CHERBOURG Aniurlcnn First Army Infantry mid tanks have invu-.Ii;d Germany north of Trier (1), hi-ln^iii? the war to tin- soil of the Kdicli for tin; /lr»I; tliiiii nine.; 1M,'«I. Further smith, In tlm vicinity of JUjon (2), tin; American and Third Armies formed u .junction, tlm , confronting the Na/.is with a continuous line that runs from s<-u to sea. Meanwhile, -Allied air ami naval forces ponn.led the ports of Havre (;j) ajiil Brest (•I) In an effort to overcome Nazi units licslugetl i:i the strategic cities. 1'osses.slon of tho ports would help to solve the supply prolilcms of Allied forces now pre|iarint; to assault slroiiffpoints In the .SiCKfriccI lino. (International) used to make ice crcum, it would be wasted entirely, Mtij. Coop said. As lor the actual n-iiinufacturc, an plan', is'used 12 hours a clay—I he T2 hours n day it hasn't been used before. American troops supervise the manufacture ti n d turn out 1.000 prallons a day... Answers Summons And Gels Two More Sodalia, Mo. (UP)—It was htirti- luclt day for jEmmott Sullivan, former Scilnlia aldui-mnn. Ho found a summons on his car to report to the federal court to explain why thurc was no use-tax stnmp 0:1 rjs windshield. Ho took tin.' st.imp, which ho carried in his WHlli-t, ;u:d told oJllcials it had washed oil the windshield. While he was in the federal building, unother ' affcnt stuck a. j liead^uaKcrs on n ch-'u-ffe of over- second summons on his car. He j parking in a meter- zone, went back to get that straight 1 -. | . cned out. ' , j District of Columbia's annual fac- When lie KOt b.iclc to his car this j tory output ranks ahead of that time, he found IL trullic ticket or- j of North Dakota, Nevada, New derinff him to report to police 1 Mexico and Wyoming-. ,~ff~-^ &&??\ / {,-.•)»' "Y^V lfe^> Klr-'r'.'ta' ' .*o s / MURPHY'S YARD GOODS 25c to $1.29 Mako longer - wearing, hotter - looking clothe* from ihii M assortment ot >rm, colors and fabricJ, I G. C. Murphy Co. Loop! . . . Roll! , , . Spin!. . . thoy'r* built to tofct it ... with th« l»o»t itrain on pocketbookl Exclusively In Waterbury At ENGELMAN'S GOLDSMITH'S FOOTBALLS n nil BASKET BALLS NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NEARY nt'ILDING Tel. 5212 III G 5 IHt S G '* ts of Lastin 9 Beauty The real joy In selecting a. gift is the feellnf; it \vi:i ' tac liked. 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