Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 9, 1947 · Page 2
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 2

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, January 9, 1947
Page 2
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M\\OK 2—NAUOATUCK MKWS (CONN.), T1UIKSDAY, JAN. 0, I1H7 DREW PEARSON MERRY-GO-ROUND Drcd Pearson Says: Gen. Clay Forced Change Of U. S. Command In Germany; U. S. Demands Lend-Lease Repayment From Russia; Good Neighbor Relations Cool In Latin America , >.,. Washington — Tiisidu I'act about the shift of U. S. commanders in (ionnany is Hint the stage was set for tlie rliini,ife shortly aftor Lioul. Cicn. Lucius D. Clay visited thu National Association of Manufacturers in New York Shortly" l)oi'oro that, the Senate War Investigating (.'omrnittcc"(t!ie old Truman Committee)- had. sent'it$ ; clnef counsel, Ocov,m> Mender, to Germany and he had come hark with a preliminary report highly critical of what- went on in tlie U. S. occupation zone. ^ _ ' General Cliiy. then In the United i --- rr "~ .States, wan much upset by this re- 1 mcm ber3 at their off-the-reebrd meeting that the German people did not believe' in or understand froe enterprise; and that Qprmany could only continue under strong govoi'nment controls, In the end, Secretary Byrnes strongly supportog Clay and urged the War Department to relievo Gen. McNarricy. The War Department agreed. It is significant, however, that before the change 'was and talked to Secretary ot Suites DyiTcs about resigning. He tvit Gen. Joseph McNarney, top commander of U. S. troops In fjcrmany, was the man renlly rc- iiponsiblo, thougn he. Clay, as head of :hn Military Government for Germany, got the blame. On top of the unfavorable Mcad- !•':• report, Gen. Clay addressed a rm.'Cting of tho National Association of Manufacturers and after-i finally agreed on, the State Depart- wnrclri sut down at an off-the-rcc-1 ment sounded out some of the GOP nrd mcetlnK of NAM leaders in-1 leaders on Capitol Hill. They some of tho top moguls of American industry. Their, .solution for tho future of Germany wasi dlmpl.;. They told Clay that they vhoukl b<; pi'i-mittod to pet in touch with thfir oppo.tlto numbers in Ger- miifi induatry—tho T. G. Farbcns, tin 1 Opels ;m<l th<-> other bjjr indtw- triallit.M wro helped build up Hit- Icr'n wur machine. If allowed to do business with Ihu CJtrmun curtelsi, tho U. S. In- nu.-ifria.'Lstx to!cl Clny, they would l-.avi: o.'i-many back on Its feet In tin tlmo. Thla Khsckcd General Clay. Later IM; :ohl Secretary Byrnes and hl.s lupfrloni In tho War Department that h- would retire from fh? Army Immediately and Ko b;icl£ to lii.M old homo In Atlanta if Mien til-ill was carried out, I Kurthrrmore C.Viy told the NAM j f**********f*ff**r-~.'»f ********** } ngrroed, too. Secretary of State Byrnes sent a third note to Russia demanding Immediate settlement of Russia's' eleven billion dollar lend-leasu debt. And the first two notes were complrtcly ijrnored, this 1 1 in o Byrnes instructed Ambassador Bedell Smith to deliver the nptc personally either to Stalin or .Siolotov. In tho end, Smith saw Molotov, Informed him he had received orders to hand the note personally to tho Russian foroiBn Minister because the first two notes were still unanswered. Molotovv replied that he was not awn re of the previvous failures to answer. This canned Ambassador What's Doing " . • ** In Naugatuck A calendar of events foi today, tomorrow and every day Tonight Service Club. St. Michael's Episcopal church. Woman's auxiliary, evening croup, St, Michael's church, . ... Girl Scout trbijp No. 31,' me'ctln'gr: •' Board •'<-of '•'Education, monthly meeting.' • •. •''. '' .. ','' |,',!.i . ..Radios 1 auxiliary; -Crusade'r post, Veterans- of ; Foreign Wars, ™ CC V ing.'' . . '"'.'.''.'.,"" ..''.... , ..'Co. "F," l^a'tional Guard, weekly Many Veterans Reinstate Service Life Insurance Service for Veto? tins',:' "in "its monthly .'Iport for December, reports that the greatest, amount pf assistance was rendered Iri' 'the reinstatement and conversion of National Service Life' Insurance. Ac cording to tlic ;repoi4,,-';many Vetera n a realise. ;l''tbWC«h'|j^jiBlgnal '' ' "' drill. Service for 10 Veterans, '(open .house,".,from P. a - '?!•. to ,9 P- *".',•• ' Y : 'junlor swimming team meets Waterbury Y. Jun'iqr ,, here. . . : . • ' " '' -.,..,,..;':! '.. 'Basketball,' Naugatuck against -at Watorbury Armory. .'•''• "•" .. Jan. 11 " 'Baskctb'all'' 'Naugatuck 'against Soymour at local'y..' ' • •, One' "ball tournament at R.' and M'.'. alleys.' ..".'' , .. „ , .''/'••• Jan. 18 CaJtholic War Veterans, GoldStar Post, meeting;, ' , '. 'All-"fret« league bowling games.' •' '•' • ... ';•';, •'.: Jan. 18 Local' 801', /Carpenters' Union, meeting.. •',' •; ': Naugatucl: district board of Boy Scouts, meeting. Junior Woman's club meeting (high 'school girls). Junior Woman's Club meeting (women. 18'to 35 years). Public Welfare board meeting. Jan. 15 Columbia Rebekah Lodge, meet- Ing. Jan. 16 Evergreen Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, businese meeting-. Music Department, Naugatuck Woman's Ciub. Jan, 17 Public card party, Women's auxiliary! Marine "Corps League. international asset we have—the Pan American bond or unity, FCC Scramble A terrific tug-of-war has developed behind-the-scenes {or the one vacancy on the Federal Communications Commission. Though supposed to go to a Democrat, the Republicans are determined to grab era n a ea. amendments bf ; ''JJify •' njaJc€"Vervtee' insurance thc'ir'bes'f 'possible' invest- mcn't and scoreiy of veterans are . re- .Instatinfi- it each wogk, '•New •'' clti|ms ''for disability com- ffon'B'atlbh '» were filed / for six veterans and applications for educational benefits were filed by 12/'ac. cording to the .monthly | -report,' . : 'lV'Dj2c'em,ber 80 yetcrans/'weVc serv'ea" for the firsf'time and 280 veterans received continued. »er- vTce'si 'making' a total bf'330 aldfcd during ; thc ' month. • • '. ' ' Th'e report a'l'sb gave the "folio wing!; infprmatloh ' on , its activities: Telephone calls, 205; .interviews, 226; incoming mall, 267; and -outgoing mail, 285, an-; Smlth to Ntatc in rathcr b!unt lan -|lt. Here are their candidates: ' ! gu:igc thp.t the lend-lease settle- . ,,.,,-> .1 » n 1 * „_ f... ,', Jlarion Martin—Recently ousted PIERPONT'S For Over 50 • Years The Store of Quality. Valuo nni.1 Servlcu Eeg-istered Diamonds i i.lwUu Kc'L.-1-n r.'il wllh Ilif Ainrr- Taft forces from the ed it given immediate attention. rnn National Committee. A capable lady when It comes to women's Hlo.>4»oin" Sold K.xclu.slvuly ;it I'lcrpont'.s PIERPONT'Sl Kogfatered .Ainrrtoun Gem Society 1VJ HANK STUICET Wutcrbiiry IN MEMORIAL! In lovlny memory or Edith Lillian B;mu>N f-totclikls.M who dlod .•>n. 9. 19'IC. Her husband. Mervin Hotchklsn. STILL AVAILABLE!! A limited jmmlicr of Catholic HIM) I'mlotunt n-llKluiiM ciilcn- (lur.i, rii'HH(< U'li-phoili; If you cU'sir** OIK.*. BUCKMILLER Funeral Home 2-2 1'AUK PI.ACK Ti-li>|ihon«f Molotov said he would take it up with Premier Stalin, and that ended the Interview. It is still too early to expect a reply, ' Reorganization Stand Fat It didn't leak out of the secret GOP caucus, but Speaker Joe Mattin took,a firm.and decisive stand against any 'change in th« LaFol- 1 lottc-AIonroney reorganization Congress. "Republicans . cannot afford • to hack away at the reorganization setup," Martin warned when .Rep- resentfUlves IV. Sterling Cole of Ncsv York and George Bates' of Massachusetts, ranking Republicans on the Naval Affairs Committee, wanted to hold nut. against amalgamation with the Milltai-y Affairs Committee. "Even though you think there miglu be changes for the better," thu Speaker continued, "you must remember that the bill was passed by Congress and has become law. If we go in there and try to tear away tiie consolidation of commit-j toes, the people of the country are ! problems,.: Miss Martin being pshed ' by Guy Gannett, Portland, Maine, radio station operator and newspaper publisher; also by Senator White 'of Maine, new Chairman o£ the Interstate Commerce Committee v,;hlch will BBSS on radio legislation. ' - ; I Thad Brown,. Jr.—Son of Into °*' Ohio GOP leader by that name I v.-ho~ served .under Hoover as an FCCommissionor. Brown is an expert radio attorney and knows th'e Industry backward anrt forward. He is being pushed by Senator Capehart of Indiana. Note—President Truman may fool GOP leaders and appoint, a Democrat. He has in mind ex-Senator James Mead of New' York or ex-Congresswoman Chase Going Woodhouse of Connecticut. (Copyright, 19-17, by the Bell Syndicate, Inc.) Funerals FITZGERALD FUNERAL HOME 320 NORTH MAIN ST. Telephone 4187 C. H. GREEN FUNERAL HOME 62 Oak Street Telephone 4843 .a; to think we wanted reorgan- j Ization only in order to get our. ' selves bigger salaries and are ready to junk the rest of 'the bill." (The bill increased members' salaries from $aO,000 to $15,000.) Eaten und Cole then took the rioo-, each delivering e. .gra'ndlose ouiofry on the great history of the Naval Affairs Committee though <:adly agreeing not to carry the!: 1 fight to the floor of the House. Good Neighbors Cool One of the best friends the USA ever hud south of the border, ex- Minister Oswuldo Aranha of Brazil, arrived here this week !n what to him may have seemed l!ku a homecofjiing. For, as Brazil- Ian Ambassador to the United States, Aranha know this country hotter than any other recent Am-- FLOWERS l>'nr All Oevu.Hloiui F1OWKBS TKIJKGBATJIED KVKBYWHKIIK MELBOURNE'S JLOWIE SHOP uo ninuiEn AVBNDB T«lephon» 0125 baasador, r«'i-haps better than many Americans. He traveled from coast to coast by auto, yinited U; S. cuttle ranches (he is a cattle rancher himself), at'tcnded Republican nnd Democratic political conventions, never mused tho Kentucky Derby, and colnccK this diagnosis- of 'Denio- crntic-GOP campalKii tactics: "The Ropublicana pron;iao Santa Glaus to both the -rich and the poof; the Democrats promise Santa Glaus to th'e poor with the rich man's money." , While Ar«n!m's current visit ti> (he USA may have seemed like a homecomintr from a personal viewpoint, from a broader point of view It mny not. For, In tho years since ho served as ambassador and Bra- /ilVin foveipn minister, the United States liaj largely reversed Roosevelt's keen Interest In Latin American affairs. And while we have been arguing about Trieste and the Danube, our former good neighbors have started turning in other directions. Aranhu is scheduled to speak in Cleveland this week, and if -he talks straikht from the shoulder, he wlli disclose that the Communist vote in Latin American countries has jumped alarmingly, that the old wartime bond between the United States and Latin America has cooled, that the USA cannot buy friendship with Export-Import bonk loans, and that we really will have to work at good-nelghborli- no»B If we want to keep the best Miss Ho'ne A. Dolnn Funeral services for Miss Rose A. Dolan, 80, who died yesterday morning at her homo, 29 Oak street, will be held tomorrow morning at 8:15 o'clock from ihe C.' H. Green Pu- f>crfil Homo, .62 Oak street, to St. Francis' church, where a solemn requiem high Mass be celebrated at 9 o'clock. Burial will be in St. James' cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock and cfter 7 o'clock tonight, Frederick William Stuhl Funeral services ..for Frederick William Stahl, 77, of GO Oak street, who died Monday at hi.s home, were held this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Alderson Funeral Home, 201 Meadow street; with the Rev. Win- frcd B. Langhorst, lector of St. Michael's Episcopal church officiating. Burlnl will be at the convenience of the family In Grove cemetery. Sutunnln Ciunlelctrakl Funeral serviceu for Saturmin Chmlclcwski, 80. of Cold Spring road,' Deacon Fa:.-;;, who died Monday In St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury, ,werc' held this morning at 8:15 o'clock from the Buckmiller Funeral Home, 22 Park plucc, to St. Michael's church, Beacon Falls, where a requiem high Mass was celebrated by the Rev. Jerome T. Cooke at 9 o'clock! Bearers were: Walter Mis, John Trazaski, Vincent Mullnski; Joseph figctt, John Betkoski, and Thomas Grappone. Prayers at the grave in St. James' cemetery were read by Father Cooke. FOR YOUR FAMILY NEEDS!! NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TEL. 6130 David Welch Joins U. S. Sales Staff "i Announcemen-t David E, Welch is joining the sales deportment of Naugatuck Chemical division, United States Kubber Company, has been made by W. J. Geldard, manager of-.^-ubber .chemical sales .for the company. "Mr, Welch recently completed three years of service with tha Office of Rubber Reserve in Washington, D. C. There he was man- oger of the finished products unit and became widely'known among consumers of synthetic rubbers. Before that he was employed with the B. F. Goodrich Company, in Akron, Ohio. A graduate of Brown University, Mr. Welch is a native of Dansville, N. Y., where he attended Central High school. BOSTON CHKIUSHKS HORSES Boston—(UP)—This may bo the atomic age, but a recent survey revealed that- at least 3,000 work I horses still arc In harness' in Boston. 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