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VAGK a-—NAVOATtTCK NgWS (CONN.),. MONllAY^JAN.-13, 1947 < SO THAT OTHERS MIGHT SEE DREW PEARSON •• ON-..-.' •.".;•.:: -•-, , WASHINGTON Drew Pearson Says: Russians Maneuver For Base For Spitsbergen; British Saved Dr. Schacht During War Crimes Trial; Truman Worries Over Diplomatic;Names Washington—Despite our improved relations; with Ri!s*iu, something very peculiar is goinp;,on regarding the key island of Spitsbergen up near the Arctic -Circle. T!i( v - Russians liavo lieen exerting- all sorts.'of .pressure, on; Norway to militarize this strategic island, thus. permit-, thy;' them to use it as a-military base. • There is only one objective for a base on Spitsbergen. —offensive action against the United 'States. From ,it', rocket bombs could probably hit New York. . . ~ happened to • •, Uon, U. S, diplomats can't help re- Thc United States happened to Innrn of the Russian-Norwegian maneuvers because we are a party to ri 3U20 treaty with Norway, England and Russia, by which Spitz- hoi-fren ia not to be used as a military base In order to militarize the Island, therefore, it 1» necessary to chang-c the treaty. The disturbing thing about the Spitzberg-en maneuver, hopevcr, Is th« date on which the Russians be- Kan to move for militarization. When the State Department began probing the matter, they found that iho Russians had first approached the Norwegian Government in 1944 • while the war was still on. And they continued high-prmsurinK Norway during. 1645 the last year of the war, and up until the present. What causes U. S. concern Is that the Russian* appeared to be maneuvering for Atlantic bases aimed ;iKfiinst the United States even at a time when we were pouring lend- kTuin into Russia. In thin connec- ^PIERPONT'S For Over 50 • Years The Store of Quality, Value and Service Registered Diamonds mry'p" Only Orllflccl Iti-irlNtrrftl with Ihc AIIIIT- nclfty . , . . your Kiturunlfc ' Illuiiiond VAlur. "Orange HloHHom" munt ti Wedding Jtln^js Mold Kxcluslvely ut Plerpont'H PIERPONT'S Jewelera, American Gem Society 15!> BANK STllttKT H'nterbury membering the secret minutes .c-l the Molotov-Ribbentrop convcrsa tions in late 1940—shortly before Hitler attacked Russia—when-Russia offered to come into the war against thc N Allies if it ' got ' the Dardanelles, half the Balkans, the three Eastern provinces of • Turkey, Iran, and Iraq. Note—Recent Rusaian excuse for a base on Spitsbergen is that-the- United States has a base on.Ice- land. However, all U. S. armed troops have now been withdrawn from Iceland ar.d it is used only as a base for transport planes, • , , Truman Shakes Hundn One ordeal of every President Is shaking hands. at official receptions. The other night President j newspaperman living in Germany Truman stood in line while 1,4001 before the-war mu^t have known members of the diplomatic corps, j thdt Hitler was preparing for-war; S In A calendar of eronta f« today, tomorrow and every day , ' ..Tonight i -. ' . • ..Junior, Vyoman'f? club, election of ' ' i "•'''• •'-'•• '••'•' '• ' . •••.' St.'' Michael'*; building . fund. : committee,' quarterly meeting.'. '• •St. MiiQhael's Guild, .pot-luck HUP Local' .-.. 804,' '- r Carpenters . ;• Union meeting;/'-'' . : - .' . . " • .Naugaluck district board of Boy Scouts, meeting. Juniort' (W. oman's club maetlng '"'" : A WMISC? IXAMPII of humanity's eternal faith. in .Go,d;''btind 'jFrarie*! DC Brown kneels in prayer with-her scelnc-eye dog beside her during a novena in the church of Our Lady of Sorrc-.-s, .Chicago. Sh«.. read* .the (high V. . .. . Junior woman's Club meeting (women. 18 .to 35 years). \ jpubiic Welfare board meeting, . .Cqm'munJfy-.PT A', executive board meeting. Naugatuck Women's -Study club, lecture. • . Jan. 14 Basketball, Morticians against | Hardware Kwicks at Columbus hall. i Basketball, St. Francis Ranis. vsi i Sullivan's Live Wires at Columbus hall. . .-'.'.. YMCA Industrial Council Meet-. ing, '• Y's Men's club meeting. Installation, Ramona council, De- . . . services in Braille, prayinc for those deprived of sight. (.International) t-groe of Pocahontas. _ _ .,. -..-.-.•• . • ; j Local 1D58, U.S.W.A., Union City. meeting, been out of the Hitler regime nftci 1 the beginning; of the war, and ipeht part of • his time in a, con- ocn-irntion camp. He explained that before the war started -he had helped Hitler build up a big army because that was the only way Ger- m-iriy could'obtain bargaining power to change its treaties, The Russian and American judgea,' however, argued that any plus their wives, filed by to greet him. Truman considers receptions for therefore, Schacht could not have acted .as Hitler's ilnance czar up until the war without' knowing Congress or the Army and Navy |.what was going on. bad enough,'but he especially dreads | The 1 British- staunchly defended since the vote wan against • him, the diplomatic receptions where cannot catch foreign names. he f Schacht, and three to one DIED CAIN.E. Mrs. Mary (Freeman), of 1:82 North Main street, Naugatuck in Naujfatuck. Jan. 12. 194~. Fu- neriil. Wednesday. morning, at i':Sij o'clock from the late resi- clcr.cf t.y St. Mary's cnurch. Burial in St. Jume-' cemetery. Friends itwiy call at the late residence af- tr.r 7 o'clock Monday evening un-| til limn of the funei'tii. After shaking .hands so fast he barely was able to gljmpse fecex the other night, the President looked up to see retiring White House assistant Eddie Locks, with his wife. Why.fiddic!" Truman said laughingly. "Thanlc God hni-c's someone whone name I can pronounce." "Sh-h-h," said Mrs. Truman. How Von 1'apen Wu* Acquitted A large part of -Ihr allied'world and puxzlcd when Schacht, Hitler's was surprised Dr. Hjilmar former economic vzar, ;ind Franz Von Papen, Hitler's flmbassador to Turkey, wore the only two Nazi war criminals acquitted. Speculation has continued r>vr>r since as to why these twn alonr. wore Ifit off, ?Ict'c ia the a^n-pt story - of what went on inside (he war crimes tribunol. Dup to a teclmtaal fault hy the prosecutor, tht'rc never was any real question of von Papon's acquittal. Hr. might have liepn declared- quilty if thep rosecutor had included Hitler's ''ttiischluss" between Austria and Germany as a war crime. Von Papcn wa.« Hitler's court ' finally passed on to Bother cases. -At the second discussion of Schacht's case, the French judge announced that he had been thinking the matter over and had decid- ed'to vote for acquittal. peace. Let out of jail the next day, Congregation Beth Israel meet- he was given a thorough"roughfhc ! ing. by the same, trio that. ; who .beaten Hardin. .;.:.•••. :-. • There the : .matter lies. As for the strike, it is over now and the workers back—except lor ., three union leaders whom.the company! won't take back. . I (Copyright, 19-17, by the Bell Syndicate, Inc.) Patterson Reveals Grant To Water bury For Airport Conjrrnssman James T. Patterson last night revealed the $125,280 set up for a Class 3 airport in Waterbury by the Oivil Aeronautics Administration has been allocated for At this point, Sir Geoffrey Ixi\vr- the city'e 1947 airport development enoe, who had sj 'vigorously dc-' program, with-the proviso that the 1'ended Schacht, turned to U. S., clt y will appropriate an additional Evantrelino Circle, Salem Lutheran .church, monthly meeting:. Anual meeting school staff. Hill- aide Congregational church. Sunday school teachers mnetTne, Immanuel Lutheran church. dun. 15 Ladies' auxiliary, Crusader post, V, F, W., party at Rocky Hill veterans home. Annual meetine St.. Michael's Wom! «n's auxiliary. i Columbia Rebekah Lodge, meet! ing. I .Tan. 16 Service club meeting, St. Michael's church. fidelity Bible nlagg meeting. Methodist church. Evergreen Chapter, Order of . . 5:45 p. m. ' WTIC-WNBC—Front Page Farrell WATR—Naugatuck News; Music WJZ—Tennessee Jed (VWCO-WOR—Tom. Mix . • •:oo p. PI. . \ WBRY—E. Chrlsty.Erk ' i»VATR—News-arid Sports "Other Station*—News 6:1% p. in. WBRY-WCBS^In. My Opinion WTIC—Musical..- Appetizers :—-Serenade; to, America land .Albert Time , . <VA,TR^-Music,of.the Day I:—Bob Elsonv.' p.; m. Barber WTIC—Prof.-j Schenker l'-:Von'.Tobel; Stock RG . Prescott • • WWCOr-Quiz VVOR— iVandeventcr, News'" WNB&-B1I): Stern \\".r.-. V-: •• B:4S p. m. WBRY-WCBS-,Bob Trout, News WTIC-WNBC— Lowell. Thomas •WATR— Pleasure', and Profit Judge Francis Eidclle, who had strongly argued for the finance czar's conviction; and said: "I want it known thnt I have not tall;cd to my French colleague." "There id n-o reason why you should not have talked.to him," replied Eiddle, J145,850,,.\vhlch added to the federal grant would put Wntqrbury on the New England air map. Chairman of the . city planning ccminission, Richard' P. Crane has said that the city is under no ( obr ligation to accept the federal fund» or to appropriate additional money, "o said. "The citv is not going to Ambassador in Austria that DIED Krnrat M., of 40S Cherry sitrtet extension, Naugatuck, in Naugatuck, Jan. 13, 1947. Funeral Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock tit Buckmillcr Funeral Home, 21! Prxrk place. Burial in Grove cemetery. Friends may call at tho funeral home tonight from 1 to 0 o'clock and Tuesday from 3 to C» and 7 to 9 p, m. time and arranged f.or the march on Austria. However. . the prosecutor failed to indutle this among the war crimes. After that, von. Papen was al- STILL AVAILABLE!! •\ Ihnltiul niimtier of Catholic and 1'rotr.xtiint rellyloliN o«lcn. ricns« toli;plion» If you BUCKMILLER Funeral Home 2Z t'ARK I'LACK Tflophom- 433-1 FITZGERALD FUNERAL HOME 320 NORTH MAIN ST. Telephone 4187 C. H. GREEN FUNERAL HOME 62 Oak Street Telephone 4843 FLOWERS Fnr All Ocouioiu FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED EVERYWHERE MELBOURNE'S 7LOWKR SHOP UO BiTBBKR AVKNUB T«l«phoo« U3S ways In Turkey and no evidence connected him with the various war crimes In CS-firmany. As a result, all but the Russian member of the Nitrembci'f tribunal voted to <xcquit him. Brltlsfi Defend Schacht The secret vote on Dr. Schacht wa.s much more controversial! At first the votn wns divided — th? United Stntc.s and the Russian judfce votlnp for conviction, the French judift voting for a sentence of five years, and the British judge, Sir QpoflYoy Lawrence, voting for <icqulttal. (British bankers cooperated closely with Sch'acht for somi! tlmo before the war.) Schacht had defended himself S i , -• .T**'W. * »it= v.ll'V 1*3 I4UL KMJUK LU inco it required three, votes to do anything until the -result*'of convict, and since the British and the airport survey now being con- French voted fnr ncouittal, that ducted here are made known. We ended the debate. CIO In Alabama When "Big Jim" Folsom is sworn in ns Governor of Alabama next week, ho will'face a critical situo- i tion righ: in his home town of : Elba, where a purge is bning con- j ducted against .CIO orijjnizers. The! iarr.c situation also exists in vari-' oils parts of Southern Alabama. Wrist "happened was that the United Autumobilo Workers (CIO) local - at 'Dorsoy Trailers, Inc., charged the compxiny with violat- •inpr contract aurcomcnts and struck in November. Following this, throo men beat up Jumes Hardin of At- liintn, a CIO representative, on tb.ci main s'trect of Elba. Shortly after the beating, 19-year- ohl Junior Wamblnss, a returned war veteran wall are waiting to learn whether an airport in Waterbury Is needed or wanted by the people of the city. Wild Ducks Absorb Shotgun Pellets Chicago CUP)—It takes more than J a couple of shotgun pellets to get a good cluck down, figures released by the Illinois Natural History Sur- Eastern. Star, business meeting. Music Department, Naugatuck Woman's Club. Jan. 17 Luthean Brotherhood meeting. Public card party. Women's auxiliary, Marine Corps League. Masonic dinner. Bakery, St. Michael's Guild. Special meeting, Pond Hill Community club. Brotherhood meeting. Salem Lutheran church. Jun 18 West- Side. Community Club, Installation of officers and dance. Skippers Plan Steamboat Race Cincinnati, Ohio, — (UP) —The skippers of the only tourist excursion boits now on the nation's inland rivers— t,he Gordon C. Greene and. the Golde Easrle— are charting jpl'-in-s for .another, race when tho two boats are untied for" the 1947 ; Lomax . . VVWCOr-^Novatlme r- •••• :•.:•. T:OU p. m. WBRY.—The Little Show WCBS— Mystery of the Week WTIC-WNBC— Supper Club WATR-WJZ— Headine Edition WWCO-WOR~Fulton Lewis, Jr. 7;1S p. m. WBRY— Douglaa .Brothers Quintet WCBS— Jack Smith Show WTIC-WNBC— World News WATR — Rhythm. Adventures WJZ— Elmer . Davis . WWCO— AFL Pgm. WOJi— Answer Man 7:30 p. m. WBRY-WCBS— Bob Hawk j WTIC— Ask Me Another WNBC— Barry Wood Show WATR— Phone Your Answer WJZ — The Lone Ranger WWQO— Your (Land and Mine WOR— Henry J. Taylor 7:45 p. m. WNBC— H. V. Kaltenborn WTIC— Gilbert -and Sullivan WATR'— Show Tune Time WOR— Inside of Sports WWCO— Proudly We Hail 8:00 p. m. WBRY-WCBS— Inner Sanctum WTIC-WNBQrr-Cavalcade WATR-WJZ— Lum 'n' Abner WWCO— Rainbow Music WOR — McGarr,v and his Mouse '8:15 p. hi. WATR-WJZ— This Is John Paris &:3o p. m. WBRY-WCBS-^Joan Davis: News WTIC- WNBC— Barlow Concert WJZ-WATR— Sherlock Holme* WOR— Greg-ory Hood's Case Book B:OO p. m. WBRY-WCBS— Radio Theater WTIC-WNBC— Telephone Hour WATR-WJZ— Dark Venture WWCO-WOR— Gabriel Heatter \ 9:15 p. .m. '•• . ' WWCO—Lou Masters: Orch. WOR~-Real Sloricg . 9:80' p. m. WTIC-WNBC—Victor Borge WJZ—Sammy Kaye •• WOR—Lombardo' Orch. WWCO—Let's -Talk About Autos WATR—So You Want To Lead a Band . . - ' . 0:4;i p., in, • '.'• WWCO—Guy Lombado Orch. . . . ' 10:00 p. m. •' • WBRY-WCBS—Screen Guild WTIC-WNBC—Contented Hour WATR-WJZ—Drs, Talk It Over WOR—Broadway Talks Back WWCO—Let's Talk About Auton 10:15 |t. m. WJZ—Joe Mooney Quartet WATR—Alcoholics :Anonymous WWCO—D'Ai'tega Presents :. 10:30 p. m. • WBRY-WOBS—Sweeney. & March WTIC-WNBC—Dr. I. Q. VVAT.it—Uantasy in. Melody WJZ—Murder at Midnight WWCO—Broadway Talks.Back WOR—Symphonette, • • • H:0ii |«. m. ALL Stations—News 11:15 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Meaning of the News; Footnote WTIC-WNBC—Harkness of Washington WWCOr^Elgaj-t.Orch. > WATR-WJZ—Joe HascI, Sports WOR—Newu; Finance Reports 11:30 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Chester Watson, Baritone WTIC—Blzony Ensemble •• • WWCO—Sports, JarreU Orch. ! WNBC—Mooney Orch. '., WOR—Weather; A. F. ot L. 12:00 Midnight ALL Stations—News- "" " -• '' GREK1S N GROWERS Eugene, Ore. —(UP)^ The Ore- i gon Nut Growers Society conven-1 lion was opened by Eugenia mayor, Ernest McNutt," and Gordon Goodpasture, noted orchardist, was a speaker. Funerals •••"-nr«.-»ijwfc. M* (ChehoyriUx of Oxford roTd. " dlebury, were held this mor»h!i at 11 o'clock in St. Michael', CMS. copal church, with the t£m. George B.' Wilcoit, rector-of Episcopal church, Stafford 8t officiating. Assisting was the" Wlnfred B. Langhorst, restor <* St. Michael's, and the R,, 'ttarlcs 'Harrima'n;" reeisj." O f »/ Paul's Episcopal church Woo). bury. Bearers were: Thomas F-Si gerald. WJIfrcd Eaton,' R.£k Bavier, Willis Reed, Edwin jj, land Watson Cheney. In| was in Center cemetery, Haven, Deafened Now Heir with Tiny Single Science has now made it pom. hie for the deafened to htar r»lst sounds. It is a hearing device so small that it fits in the hand ac4 enables thousands to enjoy MN Dions, music, and friendly co^,. panionshtp. Accepted by] the COM' cil on Physical Medicine of iw American. Medical Association This device docs not require separate battery pack, battery wirT case or garment to bulge or »«|»k you down. The tone is clear and powerful. So made that you cut adjust it yourself to suit your hearing as your hearing chanm The makers of Bcltone, Depl. 47711 H50 West 19th St., Chicago 8, HL are so proud of their achlevemint that they will gladly send free descriptive booklet and explain hot you may get a full dcmonstrulw ' of this remarkable hearing fo vice in your own home without risking a penny. Write BelUnt today.—Adv. ; Red river'of thr; north is the only T.ajor stream riving within the Jnited States and flowing north- vard into central Canada, The Junior College of Commerce Han Room for You In 1M7 • Plan a Program of Study In Liberal Arts or Buslnen Subjects White — 'Phone — Com* U 38!) WHITNEY AVE. *-TtH NEW HAVEN 11, CON'N. ' FflTHFH JOHNS MEDICINE Soothes Throat Irritation season. vev show. 'Survey technicians, by fluoroscopic examination of triitvd birds at Spring Lake National Wildlife Refuge .near Savanna, Hi., found that two of.every .five ducks bodies. in 58 pc" an Elba policeman and named the, - One pellet wns found „, ^ ^ men who had beaten up Hardin. cent of the birds, and two in about However, the cop walked away, ex- 20'per cent. In other cases ;us man'v plaining to lawyer Tom Adair o! Birmingham, who had been on thn spot, that he wasn't froinp: to do anything about the beatinp; because he did know When Adair Wamblcss had just, volunteered eye-witness ' testimony, t.ho nop made no reply. The 1 reply came half an hour later, when your.fr Wamblcss as six shot were'fountl. The survey isn't sure. yet what its John Winters, master of. the Eagle, of 'St. Louis, says he lost an impromptu race with^ Cincinnati's -old Cordon between Greenville, Miss., and Arkansas City, Ark., thl B summer when he was forced to slow down because of the high price of coal. Capt. Tom Greene, master of the Gordon, now offers to match his oil-burning vessel against Capt. Winter's boat next June 21 in a 100-mile r.ice between St. Louis and Cairo, Hi;' ..... It'.'Js . that the who ' had done it. pointed out that to skillfully. He argued that he had I In Jail charged with disturbing the VABER PREPARES FOR BUDGET TRIM University Receives Song Collection Los Angeles (UP)—A complete collection of the 344 published songs of the late Jerome Kern has been piven to the music library on the Los Angeles campus of the University, of, California, curator Leon Strashun reports. • '• ' The collection, donated by "the composer's widow,, contains such famous tunes us "Old -Man River," "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes." "Sunny," and "She .Didn't Say Yes;-She Didn't Say No." MARATHON PREACHING Truro, Mass, (UP.)—Cape. Cod Iini'jon.i of'olden daya were ' n'ote'c for their marathon ; sermons,. -A certain rriinfsto'r '.from Scotland thought nothing, it .was said, of proach.'n£. for flve .hours wlth'oui giving his parishioners- a breath- ins spell. . , ' ciated with habjtval, excessive alcoholic drinking amounts to S175 million yearly. VISIT ODR NEW GIFT SHOP For Wedding Anniversary and Shower Glft.i . . . 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