a fZMPERATUltl EEPOB1 Midnight ............... .... 21 3 a. m ...................... 20 6 11. ni ...................... 17 9 n. m 31 stuck "A Progressive Newspaper For a Progressive Community" THE WEATHER * MasachUBoUs. Rhode Island and Connecticut—Cloudy und not quite so cold tonight. Tuesday cloudy and .somewhat war^isr. Eautport to t>lock Island—Gentle variable -,vindn tonigh;, becoming •outheasterly Tuesday. Vol. LXXI, No. 10 ESTABLISHED 1885 MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1947 Leased Wire Service of the United Press Price Four Cents LATE Arranging Foremen's Club Dance ,i'.. « n.K'vl I*, r.n) Ut'TTKU I'KICIC DOW.N .SYw York -Top gi'fi'.lu butter drlil'l"- 1 ' 1 M!i u "" Olll'-llliK CI'lltM ID '.'J <.'< - nt« ;i pound-• on tin;,•,.«' York wholiMule niurkut to(|. ; v. Th*' price is too lowest illicit!*! .J.'ncp last August. Crude •„•• uuU>-r*;U.--.u ilrippi'u .sis u.ul ",\" butii-r ulHo dropped six jinil Ciniui- "''" w:l s MUOti.'il down •! 'Hill 3-1 f'T'tS. auo FATAL ACCIDENT BriillT''!' 0 ''' — A " HU-yi'M'-nld i;riil<i'piirt mull iuis iVrn faliill.v Injured l>,v an iiutoniolillf. l.siiiiv I', llarrl.s .iiilfiTcd it coiii|ii>iiiul Irtirturi* of tin 1 - '.-lilill inul " fruc- liiri'J li'K- '''"' •Irlwr—Allu-rt. T. Jlplit/ ul I 1- iiirflt'l«l—»•!!» cliai'ti'il w illi ii|H-nitiiiK i» motor v.-hlcli- i, ;\* hi r:iu>r UM» of Hf«'. .JOHN K. ASH Chalriimn C. .1. LUNDSTROM PrcNitlent Tin- Fiirrr.icn's Cliih or tho Niiiignluck Chcni!cul und Synthetic Rubber pinnts will hold Ihi'lr anniinl .scrni-loi-ninl dlnnnr diincn at tin; Hotel Jiltiin liitllrooin on Satnrdny cvi>iiing, Fohrimry 1. John Ash, ithiiiriiian, nnnoiincod today that ticln-ts will bo placed on. suk« next wed,. AUcpituncp at (hi- dancn will lie limited to members of the Foremen's Cluli and their guests. It is expected that approximately l.'n <'i);iii)i>s will attend. Clanmce I.uiulstroni, president of the Club, ir.ilieated (hat urrnnRoiiients aro now doing completed to make this diinci) one >il the most successful In recent years. Atlanta, Ua.- -One of Counecti- cut'i top bov/lui's—VValtfi 1 Kra.- •.•wrtKi "t New 1 iaven • -i,s the v.-irmfr of tliii l"ih annual singles iluckpins championship. Kra- ji-wdlti I'urniMl SI.000 dollars in i-ash anil a diamond modal for |iw victory. His total pini'ull wus i.uS-l for 13 git/lies. Sccoml pluce wont to Nick Trunsky of New Britain, while Jack White of Xitw Ittivcn was IHh. — -oOo HUS t'lHK VVimUur—The driver am! Ill |iu.sscii||ers uf n Connecticut Co. m» I'Scupi'Cl injury when the v*hli!lr cuiitfht fire thin inoriilni; tnroutf from Windsor to llnrt- foril. Casimer Tarnowski Elected Polish Falcons President IMiOBK A.SKEI1 Washington ••-• Senator Ownn Briiw.-UL-r of Maine hus culled for ii S<i«li' mvi-.xtiifHtion of airline iiccicler.ts. Brewstvr said that iilrlinii.i have been slow in adopting radio control landing facilities devi-loiicd by the" army during the war. I.KWIS CASK WaililiiKtan — Thr Supremo iMiiirt lici;liit it* review of the Ktivrrnim-nt dispute with John I. Li-wis' t/nltwl Mlnu Worki'r.t Inniiirruw, The showdown on the Miiili'iniit convictions urul lines I'limi's just 11 wi'«'hs liflnn- I he (Inulllnr fur a new mlnu •.Irllii-. oOo Meetings To Be Held First Saturday Of Month, Instead Of Sunday. j j C.isimi'1- Tarnowski w:is elected! | president of the Palish Falcons und ; (J'.iin society at t'u> annu.tl meeting) : held yesterday afternoon in the! Falcon hall. Mr. Tarnowski sue-! oeods Leon Mor.-xski. J Annual rupoMs were submitted .'lowing a, successful year. It. was' voted to conduct meeting in the first Saturday evening of each i month instead of Sunday After-! noons. j Other officer* elected arc: Ed-1 m u n d Zaw.-ioki. vice-president; vgood." Ho is expected to under- ; tor On the Farm." John Lislewiui!. rccortuing secro-' K ° an operation today to -remove i A dance will be held Saturday tary; Wall-ir Gabriclslci. financial' fne t3llllet -. which X-rays show en-' evening, with the Gedarcrest Ram- v c 'r. i-o •• 31 r ;/: Sta^ny • J.\r.ko-.vsl:., i t'-'rfd .the flesh auU .-.travel-ed up- i biers providing music-' for modern ward. Accidentally Shot ByWaterburian The condition of Harry Roberts, 25, of East Waterbury road, who >.as accidentally shot, in, the right thigh Saturday afternoon by Lambert Lenhardt of Waterbury, is reported by uuthoritius at the Waterbury hospiuil todtiy as "pretty Grange Heads To Attend Convention State Meeting- Opens Tomorrow at Foot Guard Hall, Hartford. . Four delegates from the Beacon Valley Grange will represent the local organization at a three-day convention of the state Grange to be held ut the Foot Guard h all in Hartford, beginning tor orrow. Two other residents will participate in a program to be presented Wednesday; evening. Harry Mocckel, master of the local Grange; Mrs, Mae Miller, state lady assistant steward; William Brush, deputy of Excelsior Pomona, and Mrs. Brush, Juvenile deputy to Excelsior Pomona, will attend the convention-. Mrs, Miller will attend a banquet tonight for state officers. Entertainment Taking part In an entertainment program Wednesday evening a Bushnell Memorial at 8 o'clock wil be Shirley Benson and Allanah Tripp, who will dance the Minuet The program is open to the public. The convention will convene tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock The sixth degree will be conferred in the evening 'at 6:30 and 9 o'clock, with those desiring to take the degree requested to obtain ap- I plications during the day. ] Business sessions will be held Wednesday with the entertainment program in the evening, Thursday the sessions wTll acijourn about •! o'clock. Grange activities locally during the week include u meeting of the Gleaners Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Brush with Mrs, Edna Gladding as hostess. There will be no meeting of the Juveniles this week. - The bowling team will meet Thursday night. . Lecturer George Baker will be in charge of the program at the regular meeting Friday evening. Topic of the evening will be, "Win- Risdon Company Official Reports Eight Strikers Return To Work Disaster — High in the Blue Ridge Mountains Atlnntu -The Goorgia legl.flu- turi' is nu'i-'ting tockty to pick a iucc'woi- tu th« lo.tc Covernor- ':)'Ct Eiipi.-ni: Tnlmaclgo, Lleu- t"nuut Oovi'rnor-rloct Mcrvyn ThonipHon claims the olllce by •uitoimitic succession, but Tul- iniulx'' 1 ' 1 ! backers arc trying tn imt Taimuclgi''s son, Herman, into hl..i father's place. oOo UKSTINft NMV Orlr.uis—MisNiMNlppI Scil- iitiir-l-li'rt Illllio it ri'portoil ri'.nt- i«< rumfiirtiihl.v while iivviiltlnit u wiiiHl i)|ii<r:il!iin for caiH'cr of Hie month, •—oOo I HOST F>KKS.SE H .N'l.nv York • . Actors Tyrone I'nwiT and Adolpho Mcnjou have wtm u national poll ns Hol- t.-t'.-isurer: Zigmunt Lisiicwicy. tmcl Joseph Oahriels'ki. ovei-oeers of the I According to Patrolman Henry ' tfcasiu.iy; Walter Xojlo.^ki, Zig- ! Ploski, Roberts and his -friend muni Usjf-wici! and I-ienry Cioslew-; «'(-''•'' shooting at crows with a .22 i.ski, auditors. ] uiilibcr rifle, l^cnhardt fired the \ Directors electee! include: l.oovi | t'i>'-'l bullet at u -crow in flight. Aft: -Moraski. \Vnlti-.-r Ko^loski. W.slti-r! er reloading the repenting rifle, ,'Cii.jriul.-ki. Henry Cieslcwsitl. Jo:m i the f.;un jammed and the bullet '• Ut'.c-w'.cx, Zigmunt Lisiewicx, Stan-1 struck Robeifs who fell to the .ley J'inkowski. Ed.-nuncl Zawacki.; ground with a cry that he had ; Joseph V. Jioskfj. Jtsojjh GabriL'l-: born h't. .iki, John Snie;;olski, Alexander Lenhardi took Roberts In his i i<olakawski. Casimir Tarnowski.! automobile to Union City where -' Che.-; tor iSiankiewicj: and John' he notified the police of the ncci- ! ! liicrn icki. j dent. The wounded mar. was ' j taken to the hospital in the Naugatuck Community ambulance at .1:10 o'clock. | Symphonette Presents Concert January 21 i Rehearsal Tonight At Tuttle Shed i For St. Francis' Final renearnal will be held to- llll • I IJ morrow night at the Tuttle Music JflUSlCal RCVUC Shed by the Naugatuck Sympho- nette. for the concert to be pro- j llohonivals will be held this cve- scnted January 21, Director Jesse ninjj at 7:30 and Wednesday cvc- F. Dnvis announced today. The re-i "ing at the sime time for the mu- j and square dancing. Party Guest Mis. Fred Hocthkiss was guest of honor a-L a birthday party held Saturday evening at her home by members of the Independent club. Among those prcscn't were: Mrs. William Hutt, Mrs. Dorothy Wood- lielcl. Mrs. George Moffat, Mrs. Andrew Wasdo, Mrs. Jesse McLcl- lan, Mrs. Wililam Scheithe, Miss Helen Maye, Miss Betty Hotchkiss i and the guest of honor. Couple Return Mr. ana Mrs. John Galeski have When the ill-fated Detroit-Miami plane crashed into trees near G:ilax, Va., parts of the fusclacfi were torn off and remained hanging- from branches, as sliowti above. Three members of the crew and 15 of the 10 passengers nboard were instantly killed. Lone survivor was William Elias Keys, of Boynton. Fla. The crush occurred during-a ruin, which Is reported to have"blown the ship off its course. (In- (ernatlonn 1 Soundhph'oto) Mrs. Mary Freeman Caine Dies Suddenly; Funeral Services To Be Held Wednesday returned from their wedding trip ! and are residing at B Co-tton Hol- j low. Mrs. Galeski is the former Ann ' Jieale. Strong Advocate of Woman Suffrage; Stricken While Attending Mass. .Mrs. Mary (Freeman) Caine, prominent in Democratic political circles, and wife of M.M-tin L. Caine, borough attorney and judge of the loo.il court, died suddenly yesterday morning at her homo, i^J North Main street. Stricken' v.'hile altendincr tho fl:30 o'clock Mass at St. Mary.-; church, she was assisted home by her husband and attended by Dr. Edwin R. Curran. An hour later death High school class book of 1847 have been announced by Miss Louise Grainger, faculty advisor. Andrew Kerncr has beer, appointed editor-in-chief, with Ernest. DiMaria und Thom.is Smith as assistant editors. Audrey Swanson is in charge of the social committee occurred as the result of a heart I assisted by Rita Lorso.-, statistics attack, according to a statement j department; by Medical Examiner Dr. William I " •E. Hill. High School Class Book Staff Members Announced By MissGrainger Staff members of the N'cugjtuck ououv.ions; I.-nos'r.c HcKee, write- 95 Union Members Quit Plant Five Months A g o On Claim Company Refused To Recognize Bargaining Agent. Fight strikers at the Risdon Manufacturing co::ipany have been ordered back to work, according to Vice President J. J, Carr, manager of the Waterbury p!jnt. The eight men came to Carr this morning, he said, and asked to return to their jobs. They were among the 95 employes who wjjk- ed out August 19 because the company would not recognize ihe Mine. Mill, and Smr-lter Worker*." CIO( as bar;_-;ining agent for the work| crs The union claims the N-L-R-B has issued a split decision, riiiing that the company did not have to recognize the union. The company —according to the union report— would have to call the. workers back, however. The company denr^r knowledge of the decision. Thp Risdon Manufacturing Co. :-ias received no formal decision from the National Labor Relations Booi-d en union charges that Risdon management is guilty of unfair labor practices, -according 10 a company .spokesman last night. Staling no formal or official notification has been received from the NLRB of Boston iVgarding the matter, the spokesman said the regional attorney for in-; NLRB nas discussed irtc issue on several occasions, with the company representatives and tnc matter is still under discussion. He said, "jny of our employes who arc still on strike and who wish to return to work may do so by first getting in • touch with the " Eleanor Kennedy, ups. V'anossc, 8 Lc,,y phic committee; James snorts; William Hutt, Official (If local Automobile Agency Dies Suddenly of Water- Fred Mocckel. Charles DeCarlo. art: 3"lichord Hughes, advertising; Newton Culver, Samue! jV Moved Mr and Mrs. Leroy Scheithp have moved to their 170 Scott street. Naupatuck. hcarsal will start at 7:30 p, m. No aclmi.ssio.'i will be charged for the concert. Mr. Davis an- •ssi:d men. Dip- i nounced, and the Symphonettc Rockefeller and j members arc anxious for a largo attendance, . ! Ttie program will include: Poet • (incl Prince Overture, Suppe; Sym. phony No. 2 in D Major, Haydn; liimatx Ni-lson Edwiird Stpttinius, and Author J™pph r.i>wi.-i lire itnioti),' the 30 top-dressed m ,. n picked by » J l| !'>' <it women judges. ----- oOo ------ TMOOI'S UMKD Lnrnlun _ A mertltiK of the HfltiHli nihlnrt Is scheduled for Imliiy In discuss the hilior «rl*l>i "•'Ultlii); r r , m , tli,. strike of 20,"•"l transport wnrkers. The nit- "»tlon hus lirrn HKCfiiviited l>,v Vmimtli.v .strikes In Jirotesl ."Jiiln-t the use ( ,f troops to dls- Irlhnii. f (lri( |, •-- -oOo ----- HI.LM TO LONDON Paris .i.- rt , (1( ;h Premier Leon h<i.- ; left by pinnn for Lon"Elam's olMci- refused to ss the |. 0 ii.son for the trip. (Continued On Pnpc 8) Violin aci'.o by Joseph Coppoln; Sc- lection'M from The Fortune Toller, sical revue to bo given under the sponsorship of all the societies of St. Francis' church. Titla chosen for the i-evuo is "The Captain's Birthday on the Good Ship St. Francis." Paul Euckmiller has bean named director, and the Rev. Paul F. Keating, pastor, is chairman. Members of -the Junior choir of the church and those boys and girls who are members of high school musical organizations are request- Victor Herbert: Introduction to Act j ed to be in attendance at both re- irf, Lohengrin. Wagner. • hearsalf. Wednesday Deadline For Bids On Mail Messenger Service Beacon Falls Born in Bridgeport, the daughter | of the late J.-»mes and Susan i Freeman, she came to N^iugatucU i at an early ago and was educated new apartment at jn £he , oca) school:!; Graduating from Naugatuck High school and Waterbury State Teachers college, she was appointed teacher in Prospect • street school, a position she held until her marriage. Interested in local, state and national politics since she was a young woman, she campaigned for passage of the amendment to the Constitution providing equal franchise for women. When the amendment was passed she became vitally active in circles. For 25 years Mrs. Caine worked constantly and consistently for the Stalin Poses With Monty ™n. NAUGATUCK NEWS BROADCAST Today — 5:45 P. M. Monday Through Friday m the Editorial Rooms Of The Naugatuck News Station WATR ,^ I 320 ON voim DIAL Postmaster Jhn J, Lee today reminded that all bids for mail messenger must he received by Wednesday. Birth Announced Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zotlo of Church street today announced, the birth of a son, Thomas James, at St. Mjry's hospital in Waterbury Sunday morning. The mother and Registrations Open Tonight For Drivers' Class Edwin C. Miller, high school instructor, has been appointed teacher for the second automobile drivels' class which will be organized by Mrs. Gertrude M. Maciigan, supervisor of edult education, at n. meeting to be held tonij-ht at 7:45 o'clock in the high school, room •!. The course will consist of eight Democratic | weekly meetings of two hours each. A tc<t prepared by the State Motor Vehicle Department will be ^iven at the end of the course. Those pass- 1 William C. MeGuire bury, vice-president an, Healy. I of the E. & M. .Motors C ?.'Min strict, died suddenly last night nt St. Mary's hospital, \Va- leroury. following a heart attack. Born in New Haven, the son of Mrs. Bridget (Queenan) McGuire first assistants; John Lent, editor and the late Charles J, McGuire, he veterans' dep.irtmem; Charles San- : had bten a resident or Waterbury lore, photographs. • tor '0 years. —= — I Besides his mother, who resides : in New Haven, he is survived by , his wife. Mrs. Helen (Buorfrer) Mc; Guire, one daughter. Ellen McGuire. j M. brother, Thomas McGuire of New Haven, and one sister. Mrs. R. J. I KelJy of West Haven. A son, Corp Richard McG-uiie, was killed in as- tion Dec. 18. 1945, while Rervin~ with the Air Forces. Funeral services will be held Ernest M. Coburn. 61. died early ' w « dn j; sda y morning from the Mul- viiie funeral Home, Waterbury to Cherry street extension, following j ? t -_ Th . onlas ' church. Burial wm be Death Takes Ernest M. Coburn After Brief Illness Ernest M. Coburn. 6-1. died this morning at his home. 405 a brief illness. .ion are both reported doing well. Mrs. Zollo is Beacon Falls •espondent for The News. oor- benefit of the party, being a speaker at several state conventions and for many years serving on the State Central Committee from the JJth Senatorial District. For several years she was secretary of the local Democratic town committee. Seconds Nomination While attending the national convention at Houston, Texas in 3&2S she distinguished herself • Quintet Victorious The St. Michael's Whiz Kids ive,"e successful in their first basketball game played recently at St. Michael's Lyceum when they defeated St. Francis of Naugatuck, f)4-S. Geo.rge Mitchell paced the local five with 14 points. The team is composed of local youngsters of grammar school age. *' »i.,l N 111 [" *'"' "" lr "' IIM1KM qlllllltJ' "''•"• rniir xlvrr all rr»r '•• US Uitak si.. Wlbr.— Ait. KiiMslii's .Vo. 1 man, Josef V. Stalin (right) dressed as n marshal, pesos with Fit-Id Marshal Bernard Montgomery, Chief of the British Imperial General Sfaff, during the latter's visit to the Soviet capital of Moscow. Stalin appears to be In the best of health. (International Devotions Tonight Devotions will be held tonight at :30 o'clock at St. Michael's cnurch on Maple street, the Rev. Jerome Cooke announced. The weekly parish bingo will be hold Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock in the Church hall. Arrangements arc underway for A game between thp St. Michael's five and the Naugatuck Highlanders to be held some night this week in the church hall. A requiem high Mass will be celebrated Friday at'9 a. m. for Mrs. Harkness, Instructions for the «chool children will be urday at 9 a. m. " —All Nnnirnliick l» tulMiiir ubwil 1041 Sltiitrhiikrr, th* i.mnl hrnnl nir In !•« '-...III «-.• if ,-• v- Hutu i llntUrr * Auto Strife* —4<r. grammar held Sat- seconding the nomination of Alfred E. Smith, former NPW York state governor, for president. She had been selected for this important feat by state party loaders. Smith received the nomination but was defeated in the election by Herbert Hoover. At the Democratic convention , which lasted for three weeks in | 3924 in the-"old Madison Square i Garden. New York city, she olso voted strongly for the nomination of Governor Smith. Trailer Camps Undaunted by opposition, she maintained her rights in many controversial issues presented both in the state and loc = ly. She never hesitated to present her own opinions in regard to civvic affairs, and hesitated to present her own opinions in regard to civic affairs, i and personally directed the move- ' .-Dent, that prohibited a trailer oamp being opened at Linden Park by appealing to state and national officials. It vvajs her mark that she oppose actions she believed detrimental to the borough. Numbered among her good friends were James A. Farley, former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, the late ing the test will-receive the "Blue Certificate" which eliminates—the driving test. Topics to be discussed include: Mcchanics*of an auto, rules of the road, motor vehicle laws, driver's attitude, bicycle safety, in addition to many other driving facts. The subject matter covered by the test questions \vi'l be subjects for discussion during Uie short course of one night a week. Registration should be made tonight at the opening session of the course. Eagles To Honor Past Presidents A regular mooting of the N.iuga- tuck Aerie of Eagles will be held thic evening at 8 o'ciock, Proside.it Nordhill Naugcs has announced. All members are requested to be- present at the alTair which will be held in tho Eagle club rooms. President Naugcs has also announced that a "Past Presidents' Night" will ho held at the rooms, Jan. 31, Raymond Doncourt is cha.irman of the arrangements com mittec for the affair. in St. Lawrence cemetery. New Ha_ , , ven - Friends may call at the fu- Born in Hartford, he was a resi- ; neral home today and tomorrow dent of the borough for 20 years. ] and retired eight years ago as an employe of the U. S. Rubber Co. He was n member of the Methodist church. Surviving is his wife, Mrs. Daisy Coburn; three sons, Waller of ] .West Haven, Raymond of Naugatuck, and Roy of Windsor; one daughter, 'Mrs. Louis Bailey, Jr., of Windsor; a sister. Miss Adelaide Coburn of Hartford, and one brother, Leonard Coburn of East Hartford. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Buckmiller Funeral Home, 22 Park place, with the Rev. Richard Kutt of Waterbury, officiating. Burinl will be in Grove cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock, and tomorrow afternoon and evening from 3 to o and 7 to 9 o'clock. Community Band = Rehearses Tonight Rehearsals uf the Naugatuck Community Band, suspended during the holiday season, will resume tonight at 8 o'clock at the Tax Officials At Post Office Mondays Two Dcputv Collectors o)' Internal Revenue will bo on hand in the basement room of the post office. Mondays only, through • January ami February to assist in making out income tax returns. M. J. Rylc and E. J. Murnane are the agents who will give advice and assistance every Monday from '.i o'clock to 5. Gold Star Post Sends Resolutions To State Dept. A resolution on the unjust treatment of Archbishop Stcpinac of Yugoslavia and another in favor of a. free .and impartial election in Poland were adopted by members of the Gold Star Post Catholic War Veterans at a meeting yesterday in St. Hedwig's church pavilion. Both resolutions have been sent to General George C Marshall, newly appointed secretary of state. Members also voted to hold an annual- bingo in March. First Vice-Prcsident Carl Borzcnslti was named chairman of the affair. A committee wa» named to in- • vestigate the possibility of securing new quarters. Those on the committee arc Kasimir Poslla Matthew Evanklewlcz. James to- man and Commander Henry Rack!. It was announced at the meeting that those members who ar* interested in bowling should contact Commander Racki. (Continued On Page 8) NO MEETING The fire corrmittoo of the bonrd of warden and burgesses and Fire Chi^f John J. Sheridan did not meet yesterday morning as r\re-' viously announced. The committee . . and chief were mithoriznd by the Tuttle Music Shed. .Dayton Pal- board to studv a p)nn of disposal mer will, conduct the rehearsal. All j for an old pumper truck and the. members.are urged to be present, purchase of a new one. Chemical Foremen To Hear Wendes An illustrated lecture oh Australia will be Riven by J. C. H. Wendes at a ' meeting tomorrow nicht of the NauRntuck Chemical Company Foremen's Club. President Clnrencc Lundstrom will pro- slde. The meeting will open at 7:30 p. m. in the cafeteria of the Synthetic Rubber plant. — For n««H(r r,<»nnn. Win™. flrrr>. Mr., S1IOI' FIHST »t lit, rllv !>«•*- livrr.v, »nyuber» !• low ( . Til, 4(1*.
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