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Page Two NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, Hurley Accuses Gov. Baldwin Of Jeopardizing Lives Kast Hiuldam,. Sopt. 21—(UP)— Former Democratic Governor Robert A. Hurley, in a re-election campaign speech, accuses Republican Governor Baldwin of "jeoptirdl/.lng tho live* of our sons and daughters" by advocating a change in the war leadership. Hurley told a. Democratic group ho believed that in supporting Dowry, Governor Baldwin, "is not serving the interests of tho people of Connecticut. Meanwhile, Democratic United States senatorial candidate Erlen McMahon told Middlesex county town chairmen to enroll as voters the thousands of war workers who migrated to Connecticut during the past live years. Refrigerated trucks for transportation of milk were introduced into the U. S. In 102-1. As We WERE SAYING.. DIM-* ii Made of gni.Hs iniikc .siiuml In growing Hint Hu- hn- niiiii i'i»r ciin Iruar? Definitely! Some kite- HrUTOiiif hriirlng »!<•- vk'f*. nccordlnir to Ploiiwr. »r< so xrntltlvf they cun pick up tlip f-ounil and convey It lo (ho rar. A powerful new Allied weapon, the Staghound 1 Armored Car, already doing armored rocon- n«ljwmco work on several fronts, is equipped with an antitank gun, machine guns, telescopic slghtS'-and a periscope. Hobby pin.s are liacU—1" quulltl- tlfs. Today's anecdote: The late Herbert Hundln served through the last war on a British minesweeper. Like nil m>-<i in tliHt. dangerous service, he wa.s required to wonr a life-preserver at all tlm^s. I' was bulk;-, uncomfortable, and he niimo to hatp It with a deadly liato. It symbolized all tho discomforts of war. One morning when his ship was on patrol in the North Sea, the wireless brought news of. the iirrnisUco. With a wild whoop of joy, Hundin tore o'C his life jacket, hurled U cner- board. It sank like a rock.— Jimmi'o Fldler. When, In normal times. American tiurher cluHr.H huvr outworn Ihc-lr "olvllly.rd" usefulness, lliry uri- shlppi-d to tin- Congo for list; us trilial thrones, To spruce up a battleship takes about the same amount of paint you would put on a five-foot board fence stretching between New York and Buffalo, or Boston arid Philadelphia, or Philadelphia and PlttsburK. or Chl- go nnd St. Louis, or St. Paul and Omaha. "Dfiir I'll," run u rccont letter from u Ti-nnrssi-c liny to his diid. "I'm In a tight sp<it, ironprd up lierr In tliN ship wild guns and iniiiniinltlriri, sulnniirliii's and boniliri's, nnd Yankees ;ill urminil mi:. THI Mil not lo \vi)f ry." Onions weighing 12 pounds or more arc In production In the far wf-st. Would you classify yoursi-lf IIM an uvcruio- man or \vomnnV Tlii'ii ymi qualify for 'u loan nt our I'KRSONAI. LOAN I)K- I'.AKTMKNT, For we have found that the im-raffr mini or u-uniiin Is honest., tmd eim In- 1,-otmted on In n-ptiy his I'.KK- SONAI. LOAN promptly iinil in full. Ulslioncsty Is an uncommon tntlt. Ymi ni'vcr SIT It In Sir, AivriijriTiHi" or Mrs. Avcr- i'M'omnn. And thry HIT usually liiislly miployi-d In a sd'mly .i"' 1 . So if ymi fi'i-l that you nrc at Irani "iivrriiKi 1 ." why don't yon romo to loaning headquarters d get tin- money you need 1 . 1 We'll <ihari:r you only SI! pel- year per !$I(M) borrowed, and give you a full year in whlrh In renay the loan In small, monthly Installments. Also we'll have your Ife Insured for the Imlanee of Hie Inan anil Its duration at no additional cost, Cull, rltp, or phone 22Nfi, •Through tht> white and drifted mow." would hardly apply in hf HummorHm" n«nks of Ola- :lrr N'ntlonnl Pnrk. For, verily, ,viu'll find "rcfl snow" there, It rots its name, according to New York Times, from tho presence n the sn"w nf n microscopic nit brllllJintly-eolorod one-exiled Men. Snowfielda -assume n light ilrih' Unge. nn'l footprints are :oIorcfT crimson. Wlm ivenli-d the Why Henjaniln oursc! rorldnu' Fniiiklln, of Siild Christopher Morley: "No mnn Is Innoly while eating 9pn- j-hottl—It ronulrcs so much nt- entlon," NAUGATUCK NATIONAL BANK Member of Feilural Deposit Innnrnnco Corporation Temperature Report \ The sun didn't come out today as .Red Hermans had • promised. I3ul it may yet come out later in the afternoon, Red said liopul'ully. keeping a" <- v 'K ht (infers, two thumbs, and ten loe.f crossed. Red placed several hurried calls to various weather authorities throughout the nation, asking them it they had any answer 1'or ihu sun's not coming out today. The only answers the redhead got were promises ol' lengthy research lo determine the cause, which would be in I he Red's hands sometime before Christmas. So Red said, "Forget Midnight ..." 09 3 u. m C8 (i a. m 68 0 a. m .70 Is'oon 12 1 p. m 72 I Weather Report | i _ O Connecticut—Mostly 'cloudy w;th scattered light showers tonight, continuing tomorrow, followed by clearing weather late tomorrow. Xo inii.-jrtunt tempurattire chang- Funerals Another Japanese Island Blasted By American Planes Kuueral of iMrs. 1), Nowouliiitki The funeral of Mrs, Ludulcka Nowoclnskl. wife of Domenic Nowocinskl of -10 Prospect street, who died Tuesday at her home, wns held this morning from the Fitzgerald funeral home at 8:15 to St. Hodwlg's church where a requiem Mass was celebrated by Rev. John \Vanat. Mrs. Chester Soliwocki served as organist and soloist. The entire membership of the Rosary society attended the funeral. Bearers were Joseph ritokcs, Stanley Alexinski, Anthony Rykowski, Louis Kolokosvski. Raymond Dolan and Adolph Pet row- ski. Burial was in St. Jomes' cemetery with Father War.at reading the prayers. AUTL'MN COMKS TOMOI'.HOW li>Dston. Sept. 21—(UP) —The season of harvests, football, and crisp clear air arrives tomorrow evening. The weather bureau reports that autumn will make its official entry at 11:02 tomorrow night. T Ii r » r iin-rliiu.M. hiiiM!-\vront:!it HrrU-l* r .\liri>N.-< the exi-i'pt iminl crfil't.vMiiin.'.hlp r ft u u il <nil>- In 4,'4-nuliH 1 "Itrnn^Tt* Ulii.sMim" l-:n- Kii^t-tiii'iit anil \\'i-ilillu^ Jtlitir». PURPORT'S ir.li IIA.VK STIIKI-'.'P 1)1 KD STAXKIKWIC/. Joseph, of Jl \Vood street, September 21, I0-l'l. Funeral Saturday at S:1D a. m. from Fitzgerald funeral home to St. Kedwig's church. Burial in St. James' cemetery. Buckmiller Funeral Home 22 PARK PLACE Telephone 4334 GOLDSMITH'S FOOTBALLS and BASKET BALLS NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NEAKY DUn.DING Tel. 5212 FOR TIIK UEST IX DRY CLEANING D. LIEBERMAN 2fi CllUliCII STKIil-JT WATI'll . KMHTI .IKWKI.KY . William Schpero 1HO — 1 I'llk-lit Ul> — (By United PI-OHH) Radio Tokyo Buys 80 carrier- based planes blasted Japanese installation* on the irmin ialuiid of the Palau chain—GOO miles east of the Philippines, The enemy broadcast probably was referring to Bubel,thuup — whose area is greater than all the other islands of the Palau group, Meanwhile Admiral Nimitz announced the occupation of a small unnamed island in the Archipelago. The new invasion was nppa'r- ently not opposed by, the Japs. The junt'le-touKhened leathernecks on Peleliu have jammed the remaining Japanese forces in u picket nnar the western shore. Three-fourths of the fiiimtically- ilghtinir enemy garrison—some 7,OUO troops—died in defense of the important base, • Farther south on Angaur, all enemy resistance has been wiped out. Admiral Nimitz—by the way—reports the Army troops who took this island in just four days of lighting had their first taste of combat in the battle.' General MacArthur is putting tho finishing touches on the con! quest of another springboard to | the Philippines—the island of Mor- otai in the Halmaheras, MacArthur's ground troops have thrown n 12-mile perimeter around the Pitu airfield where construction workers are hurrying repairs. From Southeast, Asia, Lord Mountbatten's Allied eastern fleet paid a surprise visit to Sumatra in the Dutch East Indies. Carrier- based planes raided the enemy's main railway maintenance center— scoring direct hits, Letters From Our Readers Allies Winning Fight Against Nazis (Continued from Page 1) Sept. 15, 194-1. Naugatuck Daily News Naugatuck, Conn. " n . Gentlemen: Recently I received your gift. memo book for which i; wish to thank yju. Have just arrived in California and feel sure that. T.ll be able to have use of it. , I have been sent out here for mechanic training on tho B-20, which is a training of six weeks, after which time I hope to be assigned lo a squadron. California is a wonderful state but I'll, always prefer Connecticut. Thanks again for the ^gift. Sincerely, • '•'• "Mort" H.' Saffron. Soldier Writes From War Front (Continued from Pago 1) that the passageway is under heavy artillery fi: '° so tllcu no rcal supply traffic can pass. But the British, in winning the bridge from I>.';jmegen over the Rhine-Waal are in position to move men and material in strength up to the line. The bridge was taken intact after severe fighting, fighting in which the Germans Cought to the last ditch before retreating. All available reinforcements were thrown in. Only a few narrow canals bar the way from Nijmegcn to Arn- hcm. On the basis of available front line dispatches it looks as though the Germans have little left, in the immediate area to stop the British and American thrust. United Press War Correspondent Richard D. McMillan, in a graphic dispatch from the front lines, says the battle began to swing in favor of the Allies yesterday after our forces hold in the face of terrific enemy charges. As he describes the situation now —"wo now wield a terrific punch all along the lino. Our tanks and guns are noso to nose at many points. It. has been a trial of terrific fighting, but we are wearing the enemy down and the gates of Germany are opening, before our eyes." As the Allies drove closer to Germany along the northern route, the American First Army to the south scored another penetration of Germany. The Yanks, striking from Holland, moved into the Reich at Scharper.secl, 11 miles north of Aachen. Other American First Army- troops are fighting the Germans six and one half miles east of Aachen, in the factory town of Sl.olberg. The Paris radio says Stol- borg has been captured, but the report appears to be premature. As for the action on the American Third Army front to the south, General Patton's forces have driven to within six and one-half miles of Mct/i. In the great tank battle northeast ot Nancy the Americans are grinding forward—but slowly. The Germans still are counter-attacking. Meanwhile, Allied engineers arc clearing the great French ports ot Brest, on the Atlantic, and Boulogne, on the channel. And tho British radio says the fall of another channel port—Calais—is imminent. Over in Italy, the Allies have scored a series of fresh gains, from one end of the front to the other. American Fifth Army forces are nearing the Futa pass through the Appcnines north ot Florence, despite a driving rain. The pass is but 2S miles south of Bologna, the gateway to northern Italy, and the Germans arc believed to be shift- 'ln gtroops from the western sector in an attempt to hold the Fifth Army columns. The Allies made other" gains on the west coast, above Viareggio, and in the Adri- aticf south of Rimini as well as in the tiny Republic of San Marino. In the.day's air warfare, Berlin broadcasts say Allied bombers arc over western Germany today. One other note from Europe: The Brussels radio says '.that Prince Charles—the brother of King Leopold—has been elected a regent of Belgium. SAVED HIS FAMILY He states that he follows ovcnts In Naugatuck through the columns of the Naugatuck Dally News that he receives regularly, and points out that it is surely great for a soldier so far away from.-humc ,>o be thiu: able to read of things that take place in his home town. . Private Doollng's letter follows: Italy, Saturday, Sept. 9, in-1-1. ,. Naugat.unk Daily News Dear Editor' Got your little book OK. I.want to thanlc you very much for it. I also get your miner and its swell to read the homo' town, news and know what a swell job the-folks back home are. doing. We will never let them down, We Kct a few cans of beer a week nci.v and that sure does hit the spot. I have been over.since November 13-12. 1 landed in. North Africa and got pretty near one year in Italy. We might hit the PacUlc before we ;;et back. Had no luck as yet to run into any Naugy boys, but always on th 1 ? lookout. 1 am i.he only Naugy boy ir. the outfit and only three from Connecticut, but did sec a couple Naugy boys' addresses in a Red Cross building. Well I can't tnll you much about our work, but 1 am line and had very good luck so far. Givo my regards to all th" folks back home. Best, regards. Pvt. Harold F. Donling, A. S. N. .'ill 25095 Co. F. 2nd. Bat. 21st Engineers (A. V. N.) Regt. A. P. O, 528, In Cam Postmaster, New York City, N, T. Three Mentioned For Democratic (Continued from Page 1) mail carrier, who lias a tremendous acquaintanceship in nil walks of life in Naugatuck. Mrs. Erk is understood to be willing lo again run for office, while Mr. Painter, recently received tho nomination for state senator, thus removing himself from the state representative picture. Burgess J. Rudolph Anderson, it is also staled, may seek the G. O. P. nomination f-jr state representative, but he has refused to either confirm or deny this report. No other candidates ,-havc been mentioned recently in G. O. P. circles', although at one time Henry Schildgcn 3rd was mentioned as a possibility for a .state representative nomination. No convention has been slated to date by the G. O. P. for the naming of state representative candidates, and the .Democratic conventions for the naming of a probate candidate as well as stale representative candidates^ arc slilil in the offing but will probably be held in the very near future, it is expected, A meeting of the Democratic : Town Committee was tentatively slated for this week, but was postponed due lo the illness of Chairman Daniel J. Callahan. Boy Bitten By Dog In Millville . Another dog-bite cnsc occurred here yesterday, as John Cnriclla, 15, of 19 .Baldwin street, received one of a minor nature,' police said i this morning. The lad .was delivering newspapers in the Millville; section when the dog bit him. .Dog Warden Joseph Hanley was notified. In the other.case, which occurred about two weeks ago on Church street, police said lhat the dog Involved has no', been found, although several were rounded -up. Boston, Sept. 21—CUP)—A father has saved his baby daughter and five-year-old son when flames swept his Roxbury home, Robert Kelly carried the M-month-old girl over smoke-filled stairs, then directed firemen to his son; who was trapped on the third floor. Four olher persons also fled the fire which caused .$2rjOO damage to the three-story house on Bicltford av- FALSE TEETH That Loosen. Need Not Embarass Many wearers oC- false teeth nave suffered real embarrassment because their plate dropped, .-lipped or .wabbled at-, .just the wrong time. Do not live in fear of this happening to you. Just .-.pi-inkle a. little FASTEETH, the :.lkallne (non-acid) powder, on your plates. Holds falsc'tecth more firmly, so they feel more comfortable. Does not sour. Checks- '.'plate odor" (denture brc-ath). Get FASTEETH ut any drug store. Smurt Fall DRESSES Wools. - Crepes '.^• f- ;iip S. 1-c Burton Camp Has Taken Part In Three Invasions Seaman 3-c Burton Camp, 19, of 157 South Main street, who is upending .u 30-day shore leave In the borough, .hud quite u bit of activity In his JS months overseas with the U. S. Navy. The local sailor serving with a naval beach battalion took part in three Invasions, Tunisia, Sicily, and northern France. The bench battalion is composed of fighting men, he aaid, who land with attacking Army forces, and then unload ships, while the fighting continues. It is not unusual, he aaid, for the sailors to get in the fight themselves. The attack on France was a bit harder than, the other two, Seaman Camp said, and even though he landed H-plus'lG hours on D-Day, the German 88 mm Kims were no fun. His ship had arrived with the original Invasion vessels about 23 miles from Cherbourg, but had to lay off shore before it was deemed safe enough-to land. He was aboard a Liberty ship. He remained on the beachhead until August 18, when he returned to England' with his unit. He arrived in the States September 10. The biggest "thrill" came one night, he said, while on the beachhead as the German Luftwaffe, still around then, bcL'an to lay its explosive eggs. The seaman had experienced bombings before, but close," Kortunatcly, he survived this time "it just was a little too the campaign, as the two previous, uninjured. Seaman Camp will take Beverly Dauty as his brige at the Methodist church Saturday at -1:30 p. m., and will report to Occuiiside, California upon tho end of his leitve ne.xt month. His bride will remain here. Stamps-Bonds Sold In Schools This Week Amount To $1001.15 The sale of war stamps and bonds passed the SI,000 mark in the local schools this week. The sun-, of $2-11.05 was realised at Salom school, S223.35 at the high school, $200 at Central Avenue school, S10-I.S5 ot Prospect Street school. .'?S2.7,'5 at Hop Brook, $73.20 at Rubber Avenue. $54.55 at Oak Street school, and S21.-IO at Grove- side school, making a total of $1001.15. Russian Paper Says Reds Have Almost Won Baltic Fight (By Unltotl' Press) The Soviet government newspaper Izvcslla says the Red urmy has almost won its campaign to liberate the Baltic states. Four Russian armies arc riding down the rear guard of some 200,000 German troops. One is thrusting deeply toward the sea r.orth- west ot Valga in southern Estonia, while a second sweeps rapidly toward the Estonian port of Tallinn. The' third force is pushing against Riga from the east, and the fourth is storming the Latvian capital's suburbs. Ixvestla'y mililary commentator, writing against this backdrop in sarcastic vein, says: "The Germans scon will be compelled to announce the 'successful' conclusion of the Baltic campaign." But Moscow's press is not ;-o happy about the trend of events in i-inland. Angry editorials UCCUK< :hc Finns of failing to meet the terms of the new armistice treaty. They charge Finnish authorities with neglecting to disarm the Ger- inans—and even helping them t-j escape. Ixvestia declares lhat three times In the past—in 1921, 1930, and 19-11 —Finland displayed open hostility to the Soviet Union. It says the northern republic was granted independence by Russia in 11)17— and in return has long used its geographic position to Ihrcaten the northwestern Soviet borders. The journal solemnly warns: "This | cannot and must r.-jt be repcat- ! ed." All Moscow newspapers unite in demanding the immediate fulfill- ment'of armistice terms requiring 1 he disarming and imprisonment of Germans throughout Finland. Inside the twice-defeated Scandinavian nation—Marsha] Mannor- heim has just named a successor to ailing Premier HackKell. The new prime minister is Urhu C:js- tren, former president of the Finnish supreme court. Class I railroads put into service 51,220 new freight cars during the first 11 months of 10-12. Promotion For Local Officer The War Department has announced tbr> promotion of a Nau- gniuck soldier, Dominic A. Delano of Franklin street, from second lieutenant to the grade of first lieutenant. Lieutenant Delnno is .1 member of the United Stales Army Air Force. Farm woodlands located in New- York state total more than four million acres. ALLEN'S UPHOLSTERING FACTORY 1 Grand Street, Waterbury CUSTOM-MADE LIVING ROOM FURNITURE For THRIFTY PEOPLE Allen's offer an exceptional service in making; new Living: Room. Furniture to your exact taste and specifications. Each individual piece of furniture built and finished by expert craftsmen. In finest pre-war fabrics; all Spring Construction. Duncan Phyfe, Lawson, Georgian, Chippendale, ; modern and 18th Century styles. Save 33% by buying direct from Manufacturer. ALLEN'S UPHOLSTERING FACTORY Mastercraft Artists, 1 Grand Street, WATERBURY . . Dial 4-0645 SPECIALS!! Goddar ds's Porto Rican RUM .|-5th.—-'Ccilihit' .rrlcc"*i.S8 NOW 2.99 CHEER LEADER WHISKEY SOUR '..".Full Quart—Was $2.75 Petri Wines $ 1 |. ; .>Vhitc..l'ort, ;M«sciitcl, Sherry,- 'J Xokuy. * mam PETE HAGEN'S ROCK AND RYE $2.56 WE HAVE YOUR FAVORITE WHISKEY- Harry's Liquor Shop 23 South Main Street Pop's Liquor Store It: • V ^24 Church Street Legion Officers Installed Here Last Night An installntion croup from tho Corp Coyle Post, American Legion of Watcrmjry installed officers of Naucjatuck Post lost night at. Pythian hall. Installation oJllcnrs Included Wallace In K Iis. Waller DCWH. Loo Dumond John Sweeney, Michael Dc- xuni.-L, and J. A. Brennacrs. Mr. Sweeney, now of WaUii-toury, who is a member of. ••>. Boston pout of the American legion, WD.S called upon to speak. Mr. Sweeney is n former local resident having left the borough about 30 years ajjo. Entertainment was provided by Sam Lindsay of Woterliury. who pel-forms as a one man band. 11KSIO.NATION ANNOUNCED Hartford. Sept. 21—(U P)—Cov- ernor Baldwin announces that .Dean Everett V. Moekt- •)! the Yale Sc.'iool of Kino Arts h:xs resigned as ;\ member of the Staf Sculpture commission. He served as chairman of the board several limes since his appointment. IJUY WAK IJOXnS AND STAMP.- i 2-Family House Here Sold Today Frank and C.irmeJa Presto hn sold n two-family house »nd lot In TolleK Square to Tsrnftl S. and M. Kccto, it was oKMnlly hero today. The sale was m-i<3c through r«nl '.-Htalf! figency of P <A:i, well known loc.'il rcnidem. KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS H*Ip 15 Mil*, of Kidn.y Tubtt Fliuh Out Poikonoui Ifyoubnvnnnc . ., your 35 mil^ of kidney tubes m.iy I*. ..,,„_ worked. 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