Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 25, 1944 · Page 2
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 2

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, September 25, 1944
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Pag"c Two NAUOATUOK DAILY NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. 1944 Dewey Promises To Attack Pres. Roosevelt's Record HI.v United Trrxx) Governor Dewey is expected to make n tilting attack on Projddcnt Koosevett's record In a speech nt Oklahoma City tonight. Dewoy's address, which will be bi-uadcast at 10 p. ill. eastern war time, will be a reply to .Mr. .Roosc- vi'lt'.-i speech Sal'.irdiiy night. Si nee die President charged that the Republicans were spreading hp termed falsehoods In thp Xii'/i rnannor. Downy has declared lh:ir iii' i.M ready for ;i rough and tumble political fight, [u n statement before reaching Oklahoma City, Dewey charged the president's speech revealed that (lie Xew .Deal has no program for I ho future. The Republican presidential nominee charged further that Mr. Roosevelt has—as Dewey put i' -"sunk to more quoting from 'Meln Kampf and to charges nf ''rand and 1'ulsehood." At !h<' same time, Dewuy Is making tho most of hist visit to Oklahoma. During tho day, '.ho New York K"vornor will hold conferences! with business, labor, agriculture and party leaders. Meanwhile, .Dowcy':'' running mate, Governor John Erlcker of Ohio 's back in his home state after a 3.000-mile campaign swing Jhi'i.iigh the East. At Cleveland. P.rir'ker declared ho wai ama/cd at the size and enthusiasm of the crowds he spoke before on his (uiir. ""UP GOP vice-presidential mmiinee declared he is convinced ut' a Republican victory In the .N'ev,- ICrgland 's'.at"s aad Pennsylvania 1» Xovombo". Missing Maine Boy Found Safe By Searchers It Was A Two To Five Sliot ' Sgt. Marcelonis Nears Completion Of Combat Missnons Staff Sgt, Joseph Marcclonls, of Ward street, is expecting rc-asslpn- mcnt shortly as he is nearing completion of another set of combat, flights in the European theater of \var, according to a letter 'to his slatoi\ Mrs, Luke Kane of Ward Sti'OCC. Sgt. Marcclonls volunteered to return to England last spring aftei he had • completed 25 missions a ,'uar ago, He does not know wnero ic will be assigned when he finishes the required mission's, 'al- thought it is likely'he vvi)r"b'e re- urnod to the U. S. • 'Plying in cold weather—it is Fall io\v in England and' the nights arc cry cold—Is much more'comfort- iblo now than it was a year ago, he' sergeant stated, as equipment or flying in the cold weather was mprovod and keeps the 'air crews .'armor. ' ' Flak over Europe is just as bad ius ever,' the airman said. A crow with which he was based In England was recently reported missing, There 'is considerably less opposition' from German planes he said. r Aid Bomb Victim Local 468 To Continue Along Normal Lines Helping to remove tho l>ody of a Belgian lad frdm tlie ruins of a street Jn Liege following the German bombardment urn. Cupt. John •f'~Pcnfc, of-Albany, N. V. (with hock to camera In foreground) and lit.' Ralph .P. Miller who in shown In center holding the dying boy. ' '.<• *V" • , : '••.. '-•'" ' (Tntcrnationul) Pownal, Maine, Sept. 25—(L'P) — A rj-yoai'-ok! Pownal boy is hos- uicili'.-.rrl at I''reop'"'t after spending four days and four nights in i ihi.- woncls. George Russell, missing since Into Wednesday, was found less than a mile trom his j hi'ine i.-Uid only in a shirt, trousers rind .1 light jacket. He was barefooted. Tlv- Ku.Mscll boy was found in a -semi-com-'cjou.s condition by part of ;i searching party of 17. r i men. Di 1 . Iliirvuy Howard saic! that tho youngster was not In serious con- dilinni. He described hlx condition :IH excellent consltloring bin four days: an'l nl«h;s In the woods. T!iis4ittlr driitnn ill two scones goes something like I his: two Yunks moving fin-ward on (he duiinlr, during (lie ri-ci'/il: lust days of street fighting in Mrrst. sput ti plaeu from which the Nazis Imve Ix'rn .snliilng'ani! make :i iljisli for it. Ten minutes later, tin: scrim changes and out come the kids with their bag of prisoners. (International) OFFICE OF rlUCK APMINISTIJATION Ilepiirtmont of Information RATION NEWS l-'or \Veek of Soptemher JI3-HU Funerals I'linernl Of .^Irs. .Anna .lobnson The funeral of Mrs. Anna John- Mi >n, Tf. nf 27 Andrew avenue, who died l''"Mny. was held this afternoon af 1:30 o'clock from the Buclc- niiller funeral home. 22 Park place, to St. Paul's Evangelical Luthci an church at 2 p. m. Rev. O, Ilie: tram, pastor, oi'1'iciate.d. Hearers wn; John. Frederic Mill A'lieri Enamait, Raymon '(•'ifiscl. Frank rialinski and Goorfr Interment v.'as in Grove ccme t'.-rv. T.IQUOK STOI.KX Ansnnia, Se.-it. 2.1—( UP)— Thli'tj (.vises ol' Ilf|tior—valued at about .•Sir.O 1 ) -•- have been stolen from r'aradiMt Inn at Ansonla. Accord liii; tn police, the theft was made while the piTiprietoi- of the inn was wlec'filnK upstairs. The Intruders allegedly cut Klnxsi out of a .side tlooi 1 went ilown celar (Hid used u drill !<> IKUT- three l(ir|;e holes in the '!l(i«i.'l tlooi 1 , and carted tho cases away !n a truck. tn Wnlvrliury jif FZERPONT'S AiiUTle i.-ii u OPA RATION" TIMETABLE for \Veel; ng Suptcmhur :M-3l> MliATS & FATS GOOD INDEFINITELY — Red Stamps AS through ZS and A5 through Cfi in l?ook Four worth 10 points each. lied tokens, worth one point each, used as change. Householders are remindedh that red stamps now become valid overy 4 weeks instead of every 2 weeks. i Thus the number of points is rc- ciuceci to 15 for every 2 weeks instead of CO. .!•-•{OCKSSKD FOOUS GOOD INDEFINITELY—Blue Stamps AS through ZS and A5 through t,5 in Book Pour, worth 10 points each. Blue Tokens, worth one point each, may be used in lots of 10 through September 30. Blue tokens will bo discontinued tvs of midnight September 30. SUGAR GOOD INDEFINITELY—Sugar Stamps 30, 31, 32 and 33 in Book Four, each good for /Ivu pounds. Sugar Stamp -10 in Book Kou.r good fo;- ,'lve pounds for home canning through Feb. 28, l£i-!5. ConstimerK may be granted up to 200 pounds i per person for homo canning by making application on form R-322 at local OPA boards. Xcw England is now in the second period for such allotments (August 1 through Oct.) SIIOKS GOOD INDEFINITELY — Air- piano Stamps No. ! nr.d No. 2 in \Var Book Three good for one pair of shoes each. GASOLINE NOVEMBER S—Last day for A-ll coupons good for three gallons. B-3 and C-3 coupons good for five gallons each, expire Sept. 30. E-l, C-l, B5 and CO coupons good for :lve gallons each until further notice. rui:r. OIL AUGUST 31, 19-15—Last clay for period four and porioc! tiro coupons. All coupons worth 10 gallons a unit. Oscar Wcdln 'lodge, No, -1CS. In- ternationa'. Association • of Machinists (A. P, L.I, will continue its normal functions despite loss of the right t-j be bargaining agents for machinists and mechanics at the U. S. Rubber Co. footwear plant, Clifford Owens, president, has disclosed. In an election this summer, Lo- col -15, United Rubbei 1 Workers' of America, (C. I. O.) won the right to represent the mechanical work- ' ers, for whom the A, F. L. union : has been bargaining ngent for | many years. | A recent' meeting was held "to : determine whether Oscar Wodin lodge should continue to. furictio: or should dissolve, and a larg majority favored continuation o the lodge, its president said. " Mr. Owens said the lodge wil seek to regain bargaining'rights a tho next election, probably summer. At present Local -10 represent virtually all of the workers in tlv footwear plant. Coal In 'T Bins Catches Fire Army Fights Mildew In Pacific Area (UP)—Army considerable .KAl'.M.MICIt, Mrs. Annn S., of 17 .N'ew Haven avon"e. Derby. P'u noral Tuesday at ,S:30 a. m. from McCarthy funeral home to St. Francis' church at 9 a. m. Burial In Grove cemetery. Buckmiller Funeral Home 22 PARK PLACE Telephone 4334 Kansas City, Mo. Ordnance Is making progress against milriew and mold, which injure combat equipment, ancordlnu' to Maj. A. H. Gardner. Jr.. commanding o.'Ilcei- of the l,akc City Ordnance plant near hei-i!. Fungi thrive in humid heat, tabllshmcnt. I-Cence, they are abundant in the Pacific theaters, where rain Is ;tn almost daily occurrence and tho heat oppressive. Their spores or arc microscopic and ever—in the air, in surface soil 00.000 to 1-1,000.000 in every uince;. on materials and in equipment having 1 sealed-in spaces. -,'ndor conditions favorable to heir gi'ov/th, those 1 spores will germinate and spread the threads of he fungus over the surface of sub- lances—and sometimes through hem. During 1 grou-th. fungi produce a arioty of organic acids, such as itric, oxalic, fumaric, gluconic or carbonic. Those acids cat into metals and may evon attack such inert materials as glass. As for their rotting effect, everyone is familiar with their work on organic materials like textiles, wood and leather stored in a damp basement or cellar 'here at home, Major Gardner j points out, ] Fungi have impaired lenses used ] in optical instruments, such as | binoculars, range and height find- • orsi. telescopes, and other sighting [ equipment. These Items are waterproof, but not airtight. Once the spores begin to germinate, fungal colonies are formed on the surfaces of the lenses. As tho (growth becomes larger, the acids produced by their growth may etch the surface of the lens Ls often discolored, and its usefulness is greatly reduced, if not entirely destroyed. ircmon were called to the Y. M. C. A. Saturday night to put out a i fire that was smouldering in the •;o,-.l bin. The blaze was" attributed i to spontaneous combustion, i The fire department wet down I the coal, but had to return to the [scene Sunday afternoon as it flared up again, leaving a hose playing a I'Li-earr. of water on it. Ts'o tlnmnge has been done to the building, but the fire w;is still smouldering this morning, it was said. The coal may have to be moved before the fi're can be put out, it was reported. L;ite Saturday morninfr, the fire department was called" 10 Jeff's restaurant; whore a fire in tho kitchen was in progress. It was said that grease on a range suddenly flamed up, causing a great deal of smoke. Firemen arrived in ;ime to smother (he bl.i^c before It could do extensive damage. C. Wilford -Davis is proprietor of the cs- Bold Robbery In City Of Boston Boston, Sept. 25—(U P)—The search is continuinp for two ban- fits whojobbcd the Associated Concussions company office of thong' nnds of dollars. The pair ot gunmen, who appeared familiar with the place, walked into the office in tho theatrical district rind terrorized two women clerks, and six men. Forty-one-hundred dollars in cash and jewels were taken from the persons in the office.'And SSOO in silver and what the owners told police was "several thousand dollars" in bills' were' stolen from the office safe. Thanks God First Then Gov. Holland Taikihassoc, Pla. (UP)—There's at. least one Florida resident who Fives fu!l credit to Gov.' Shossnrd Holland for the recent hikinp o monthly grants lo the 39,000 pei sons on the state's old sige pcnsio rolls. Holland recently received th following note from one sout Florida oldster: "Every night before I go to bee I thank God first and Govcrno Holland next." Paris Designer Bewails Dress Of U.S. Women Chicago (UP) — "Too much makeup, too much jewelry, too many furs, and those huge flowers they wear. Some of them look like a well-kept grave," is the way Henri de Cnatlillon, Parisian fashion designer, described American women. as he stopped here en route to Mexico City. He believes, however, that the American woman beautiful of all i form. But "she does not wear her beauty well, excopt for a. chis few." Her dress should bo short- There was nothing drab about Henri as -he talked about women's fashions, wearing a pink shirt, winc-i'ed tie, and navy blue suit, and with a brilliant fuchsia hat streaked with purpjc-bkie Jyinjf on the dresser. DI: ChattilJon favors simple, graceful gowns with broad hats to shade the face. "Even a yoiltig face gains if It is shaded a little," he said. "That horrible off-the face hat is passing away forever, thank goodness. It was just too revolting!" 'The men in America are entirely too conventional for'Henri, who would like to see collci.rlcss shirts, lapeliess coats and brighter colors suitings — even pink or baby blue, which, he said, "t could wear the most «-jth perfect insouciance, so lor.g ace and in i as the whole ensemble is h ,-.-. •••-. •-- •,-.•-.-..- • *,Teachers Assigned For Evening Classes In Local Schools Evening classes will autrt In horough schools tonight. Mrs. Gertrude Madigan. director, said thi morning. Teachers hnvc been on g.'jged for the JiigM .school teach ing- posts, she said, with commcr cial classes in the high school an Americanization Classen nl Ho; Brook »nd Salem, ciartlng al 7:15 Mrs. Ethel Honan and Miss Mar Sfarct O'Toole will teach commcr •ein.1 classes'find -Miss Dorothy Mosr will conduct two sewing ellips one 10 .start Wednesday, 'the otht-r to begin Friday. Both will be held in the high school. Mrs. Irene McCarthy and Mrs, Minnie Baxter will be among the foil/' Ainf::-ic:j.nizn.lion teachers. Mrs. M,"-digan said. Two other teachers for the Amoric.-j.nistiiflon olasncs will be named before Monday. The Americanization classes will start on a tentative schedule of Mondays, Tuesdays ond Thursdays. It is possible the Thursday date m.iy have to be changed later to Wednesday, Mrs. said. Other classes at the high school will be started later if registration warrants them. Mrs. Madigan urges persons wishing' to lake specific subjects in the evening schools to notify her. Registration this year is slighl- y lower, with working hours be- nir the major reason for the decline. A Handy Reminder High test alcohol can, bo manufactured by Uic 'utilization of the waste liquor from sulphite pulp mills.' Fighter Pilot I.t. Vernon R. Richard*, Foil Mills, >". Y., ir.turnn In his base alter destroying tin: Nazi pianos ov«»r Germany. the heck of his hand Is the c siil<i information pilots require or their misslonx. It tells the lier when to start engines; takeoff, sot course, rendczvouK wltk and head for home. (In' wrnational) • harmon- or, feminine appeal. Her hats, accord ing to .Henri, are "atrocious.*' Slacks made c!e ChaUillon feel "sick all over—and positively livid with .shame." ious." Nothing can be done about women's bathing suits, he said, shrug- with sorter lines, and more [ g j n g his shoulders. A desijrncr's busincsM is to conceal artfully, and yju cnn conceal noihinc; in a bathing suit. "Some women," dc Chatlillon said, "just should not go bathing." Pepsi-Cola Company, Lony Island Cit<j, \. >". Franchised Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling: Co., Bristol, Conn. How the Navy uses your WASTE PAPER an EIco PT BOAT in More than 3,200 materials use in defense for army and navy sup plies and equipment have' virtual ly no peace-time use. Whatever your gift problem our gift stylist, Miss Manzo. can help solve it. The gift collection nt conveniently located Olyne's.- has beer, thoughtfully assembled to meet every need, • • a few stens from Exchange PI. 29 Harrl sort 'A v», c tAc/tr An average electric refrigerator contains 200 pounds of steel. Heavy Turkish Towels Large si/.e bath towels of quick- drying 1 , fluffy cotton terry. Firm long wearing weave. Choose from solid pastels, colored borders ' or plaids, WASH CLOTHS 4 for.25C G. C. MURPHY CO. Naugatuck, .Conn. Church Street 1. PAPER TOWELS AND TISSUE 2. FIRST AID KITS 3. PAPER CUPS 4. NAVIGATION CHARTS & FORMS 5. LOG BOOKS 6. FIRE EXTINGUISHER INSTRUCTIONS 7. TORPEDO MANUALS 8. WIRING DIAGRAMS 9. FUEL SYSTEM CHARTS 10. FLARES 11. FUSES 12. RADIO CHARTS 13. RADIO MANUALS 14. EMERGENCY 15. FOOD CONTAINERS 16. POWER PLANT MANUALS 17. ORDNANCE MANUALS Tho name "EICO.": it o rogltlend hade mark , of the Electric Boat Company r HEN the PTV charge into Tojo's fleet, don't ever forget that your waste paper is helping. And it's needed— today more than ever! Waste paper is our No! 1 war.mate- rial shortage. Two million extra tons have been called for tin's year. Save all your waste paper.-Bundle it and turn it in regularly ... to send out more PT's ... to help their -bluer jackets come home again. Naugatuck Waste Paper Collection TODAY and TUESDAY U.S. Victory PAPER i.

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