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1-AGK 4—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY, JULY 0, 134C Published Every Evening (Except Sunday) by THE NAUOATUCK NEWS CORPORATION NAUGATUCK, CONN, RUDOLPH M. HENNICK^Pj-oaldont_and_ - Telephones 2228 mid Z22g—AllJ)PpartmeiiU Kntorod UH «i;cond clans mutter nt the post olllco in NauKO-tuck, Conn. 1 month SUBSCRIPTION RATES Payable Jn Advance $1.00 1 Year ..._. .J12.00 r: Tho American Newspaper Publishers ASS'H i. ^ ^ R ^^ Nowgpapor Pub. As 3 'n Tho Conn. Newspaper Publahcra Aas n SATURDAY. JULY U, 1IMO Good Luck To Them Now thai America has l'uli'illt>(.l its nl('d"L- !)>• ^iviiitf thu Philippines tlioir independent, it is up U> th^ Filipinos It, prove; lli<:ms(.'lvos cjipaMc ol suli-tfov- i.nunoiit. They certainly owe.- mi ovcM-liisl- ing (icl.t ol 1 -ratitiuic to the; United States for all that our x<'Venime7il has done 1'or them. The American people wish thorn well and hope they will remain u fiL-o and independent nation forever. Fewer Fatalities The I'act. that tin; munlier of Fourth of July fatalities in the nation was not nearly" as lar^e as hail been expected is both 'phuisiiiK ' Lll(1 eneourn^in-' to those people who for many years have l.ooii conductint;- campaigns in the interest, ol the public safety. 11. is no I. so many years since the death toil of accideals on the Koiirth was very lnrj?e. Apparently, the number of persons who are joining the ranks of the "safety w/M.sdou.s" is mcmis'iiitf iiiuni- allv. History-Making Manager Vance McCoimick, who difil n.-ci-ntly, was a hi^h-minded newspaper owner who became a reform mayor of liarris- Inir;,', I'a., a candida.tc' for fi'ovdrnor, and t'limmmn of the "War Trade Board from .1017 l.i» 1010. Tlu'liTtfh point in his career came "0 years n^o when he managed .President' Wilson's barely successful campaign for a second term, Most'of the predictions were J'or Wilson's defeat. The Progressive boll of 19.1L' bad ended with the return of most, of that party to the Republicans. That.left Wil- HI;II 'in Mil- minority by 1..2UO,(K)() votes. The party orijani'/ation was Uispiritod under the direction of \\'illiain I' 1 . Mc- (,'ornbs, a defeatist who resi-nted Prosi- denl. Wilson's failure to name, him to the cabinet. McC'ormick took hold and brought a different atmosphere-with him. "While, the campaign record was made by tin- President, every politician knows Dial an amateur blunderer in charge of the details can ruin i-vorythiiii,'. McC.'oi 1 - niick was not. a professional manager, bid he conducted the 1910 fi^ht like one. (lad Wilson been defeated, nothing mixlil .huve been heard of (ho League of Nations and its successor the UN. Mo- (.,'ormick thus had some share in the nuilc- int;' of history. For Better Teeth There's hope for the toothache problem. The U. S. Public Health. Service, not content to accept tooth decay as a necessaiy evil, has quietly done research on the subject and is now pe.rl'ormitur a lar^v-scale oxperime.nl in Miami County, Ohio. Throughout the area ahout 5,000 school children are being treated with a solution of fluorine, which is applied directly to their tooth. By observing thi results of different methods of using the fluorine the dentists will determine the most effective solution and type of treat- ineiil. Attempts to make fluorine beneficial to adults' teeth have not' yet been successful, but the; results with children indicate a great advance since 19.31, when fluorine was actually harmful becfiuse it was used in solutions which were too stroiTg. At present. 97 per cent of the people in this country have cavities in their teeth. A generation from now that figure may bo considerably lower. Certainly no one would regret the passing of the annual siege of drilling and masonry. The demonstration of that aerial truck, given here Friday afternoon by the American LaFrnnoc company made many spectators wish that Naugatuck had a siraUar.picco of t'ire-l'iffliti.ng- apparatus. Perhaps our borough will.have one Do You Remember? From tjie Files of the Naugatuck New* 20 Years Ago Joseph W. Stlon-of New street returned from England where he was a member,, of a United Stoles golf team, touring abroad. o—O—o Gaetano Slleo purchased the remaining portion of the Webster block on North Main street, of which he already owned half, o—o—o 30 Years Ago Mrs. Morris Rosenblatt of Bridge street visited in New York city. o—O—o Dr. Maurice Tynan, of Maple street, visited at his parents' home in Colchester, New York. Around The Clock i * •Congratulations to Pete Foley, local high school coach, for his efforts in forming a Junior Baseball League for all 'of the boys under 16. years o'f age in the town. He's asked for the aid of several local organizations in. the formation of this league,, and we're hoping he gets the desired aid, as his efforts .along these lines,, will surely be a benefit to the community. . . AVVve ju-st heard from several former local residents ol' Beacon Valley. Two of them, Walter and 1'Yfcd Noble, sons of .Mr. and Mrs. C. "W, .Noble, who now live in Kamona, California, have enlisted in the United States Navy ---- Miss Shirley l)\vy and her brother, L'obert B. Dwy, have both taken the i'atal step since they moved to Kamona, a little over a year •u£o. Miss Dwy is the bride .ol' William Carter ol' Kamona, while her 'brother has married Mury Ilubbard, .also a Eamona Ensign Douglas Thurston has a new address: NOB Navy 926, Box^, Guam, Marianas Islands, c-o FPO, San Francisco ____ ;3en. William Painter and .family are on a tour of New England by car ---Sib and' Harry Parks and Orville and Norma Gilroy are on a camping, canoeing and fishing trip in Maine. ' . A siyncd, sealed and delivered document V'1'ls us that Pat K'.egan's A. 0. luuulod B'uddy TUIIO'H Tiyers a fine beat- iip; in u recent .sol'tbull game. .... AVu "don't have time to check with Buddy on the claim that Hirrler Eeyaji pitched virtually a perfect contest, striking out Buddy on two trips to the plute ..... The story also says that Hnrler Regan honored in the nint.h with the bases load- ot l ...... Sounds like Frank Mori-two!! is nt it again. Nauganotes ____ Felice Mooney, formerly a purchasing clerk in the purchasing dept,, is ,now secretary to J. H. White, general manager of inflatible boats, Beacon Falls ..... Ethel Salmonson has succeeded retired Warren Abel as salary records clerk ..... Helen Droznick is now mechanical office supervisor ---- When it comes to gardening we hear that Gaston Adams has been hiding his light under a bushel ____ The chairman of the. Veterans Council (where does he get time for it?) has one of the model junior farms in this area Head of cabbage coming up, Gaston? ...... We also understand that Burgess J. Francis Cullen has been trying his hand as a man of the soil ..... What luck, X?. . . .Just incase you didn't know it before, three local veterans posts will receive their official post colors and American banner as gifts of The Naugatuck News ---- A salute to Publisher Rudolph M. Hennick for his generosity to the servicemne ---(We'll get a bawling-out when he reads this). Things we dream about but never ex- poet to own:— A new Packard like the one Bill and (Men Corey have been taking turns driving since Monday ..... A nice straw hat, cool and .breezy, like the one Squire "Fred Burke, may be seen under the shade . of any day . along Church street. ..... A new bathing suit like the one Mary Hales has for her vacation in Chicago ..... The complete 'spirit of relaxation with which Assistant Fire Chief Jim Quinn settles down in his spacious (and remodeled) hack yard for an afternoon or -evcninfe siesta. Tickets are still available for the Marine Corps League dance A^-, 3 at Linden Park, Chairman Dick Payne tells us. .. .' .Dick says inflation may,,.set in any .minute and urges potential dancers .to get Of Ckui-ck WeekOf£uh<tait, Julif 7 ' ' St. Mary's \Romnn Cntholic) Rev, Thomas M. Griffin Tho Masses at St. Mary's church /are celebrated at 7:30, 9:30 and 11 u. m. St. Francis' (Roman Catholic) Rev. Puul F. Keating,. Pastor Masses will be celebrated in St. Francis' cHurch Sunday morning ut 7, S, 9, 10 and 11 o'clock. St. Hedwig's (Polish Roman Catholic) Rev. S. F. Naluwnjk The Masses at St. Hedwig's church 'will be celebrated at 0:30, 8, 9.'30 and 11 a. m. The regular weekly vesper service will be at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, St. Anthony's • (Komun Catholic) Prospect, Conn. Masses, will bo celebrated at St. Anthony's church in prospect Sunday morning at 0 and 11 o'clock. Holy Saviour (Polish National Cuthollc) Rev, Louis Kaczcrowsld Masses celebrated at 8 a. rn. and 10:30 a. m. Rev. and Mrs. Longstaff On Institute Faculty \ Services at the Naugatuck Methodist church, Meadow etreet, will be conducted at 10 a. m. on Sundays during July and August and for LaboV Day Sunday in September, Rev, T. Bradley Longstaff, pastor, announced today. This action was voted by the Official Board at their last meeting. Salem Lutheran . (AiiRUstana Synod) Wllllnm K. Frendbenr, Pastor Third Sunday nf'ter Trinity, The Lost Sheep and the Lost Coin. CLk. ID: 1-10). Ushers: Carlton A. Shea, Carl Peterson. Sunday, July 7:' 10:00 a.m. English service. Soloist, Mrs, Herbert Bohlin. REV. WILLIAM K. FRENDBERG On Vacation Elclon Rohs will preach each Sunday during the month of July at 10 o'clock, while Rev. William R. Frondberg, pastor, is on vacation. Tho committee for Divine and Ministerial services are J. Emil Anderson and Eric Gabrielson. Bethany Christ Church i St. MichaeVs (Episcopal) Rev. Winfrcd B. Lanphorst The service for Sunday, July 7th, Third Sunday after Trinity, Is as follows: 11:00 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon, REV. T. BRADLEY LONGSTAFF Services tomorrow will be at 10 a. m. with a sermon, "Remember the Sabbath Day," by Rev. Longstaff. Miss Alice Jones will be organist. . . • Pearl Adkins and Mrs. T. Bradley Longstaff are attending a Wesleyan Service Guild meeting this week-end at Silver Lake, in western New York State. Leaders are Miss Hazel M. Drew, Mrs. C. M. Dewey and MISE Margaret Dodd. • Joyce Ann Kanehl, Helen Wyatt arid Rober Floyd are delegates to the Carrhel Youth Institute being held ' from July '8-14 at the Drew School >in Carmel, New York. They will represent the NaugatucX Methodist Youth Fellowship at this Institute which is held under the auspices of the New York East Conference Board of Education of the Methodist Church. Dr. Loyd F. Worley, formerly District Superintendent' Of the New Haven District and'well known in this section, is Dean this year of the Yoii'th Institute. Rev. and Mrs. T, Bradley Long-staff will be on the faculty this week, returning to Naugatuck to take care 'of the services next Sunday. Rev. Longstaff will teach the subjects. "Teaching in the Church School" and "Neighbors in India" and Mrs. Longstaff will assist in teaching. They will also work with the hobby group on the newspaper. The Twenty Plus Club are hav- j ing a picnic at Black Rock State I Park on Saturday afternoon, July ! 13, Cars will leave about 3:00 p. m. St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran 12 Curtis Street, Rev. O. H, Bertram,'Pastor Sunday schooJ, 9:30. Divine Worship, 10:30. Text: 1-Chronicles 29, 11. Theme: "God, The Giver of Independence." ' Holy Communion will be celebrated at 10 o'clock. The Lutheran Hour, 12:30, WICC and WHTD; 1 p. m., WATR; 8:30 p. m,, WINS. Adult Lecture Course, Tuesday, 8 p, m. Combined Y. P. S. and L. L. L. outing, July 18th, Joseph P. Donahue of the Naugatuck Daily New* will be the speaker. Those wishing to have a picture of the In-tenor of the newly renovated church interior, may contact Mrs. Valenti. Price, $1.00. You "are invited to attend a friendly church in the heart of a friendly community. Assemblies Of God Full Gospel Tabernacle 101 Prospect Street, Union City Rev. Ray TJnsderfer, minister. ! Sunday school with classes for all ages, 9:45 a. m. I Morning worship, 11 a, m. Evangelistic' service, 7:30 a. m. Mid-week service: Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. BEACON FALLS •. United Church Rev. Harry E. Thomas, pastor The Sunday school session will be held at 9:30 a. m. Morning hour of worship service will be conducted at 10:45 o'clock, the sermon. In the evening the Christian Endeavor society wil) meet at the church at 7 o'clock. St. Michael's (Roman Catholic) Rev. Jerome Cook, Pastor Congregational Rev. .Edward R. Hanco Morning worship, with the Communion Service, will be held at 11 o'clock. The minister, Rev. Edward R. Hnnce, will preach on "The Covenant of Blood." Children's subject will be "Salt." Music: Introductory voluntary, "Jesus, Where E'er Thy People Meet," McKinley; "The Lord Is My Shepherd," Diggle; "Lead Kindly Light," Dykcs-Lemaro; anthem, "As Torrents In Summer," Elgar; anthem, "O Holy Jesu," Lvoff; concluding voluntary, "Marche Ponti- flcale," Lemmcns. • Adult choir rehearsal: Tuesday evening, 7:30 p, m. The Masses for the parishioners of St. Michael's church will be celebrated at. 8 o'clock, 9:15 o'clock and 11 o'clock on Sunday morn- *. First ChurcK of Christ ...... -Scientist * TPATKRBURY Sunday service, 10:45 a. m. (Afternoon service omitted during July and August.) . Sunday school, 10:45 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting, 8 o'clock. "God" will be the subject of the Lesson-Sermon for Sunday, July 7, 1946. The" Golden Text is from Habakkuk 2:14. "The .earth shall be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord, as the waters cover the scni." Selections from the Bible include the following: "For I will restore health unto thee, 'and I will heal thec o'f thy wounds, saith the Lord; because they called thce an Outcast, saying, This is Zion,- whom no 'man scekcth after." (Jeremiah 30:17.) Correlative passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, include the following (p. 231: 8-11): "It God heals not the sick, they arc not healed, for no lesser power equals the infinite All-power; but God, Truth, Life, Love, docs heal the sick -through the prayer of the righteous." St. Michael's Rev. Winfrcd Langhorst The services for Sunday, July 7th, Third Sunday after Trinity, and for the week following: are: Sunday: 7:30 a, m. Holy Communion. 31:00 a. m. Holy Communion -and -sermon. Ushers: Stanton Glover, Harold Goodwin, Cypus Gould, W. Fremont Hoadley. Monday: 9:00 a. m. Block Committee meeting. Tuesday: 6:45 p. m. Altos and sopranos. Thursday: 7:30 p. m. Troop 7, Boy Scouts, Friday: 7:00 p. m., Boys' Choir; 7:15 p. m. Girls' Choir, 7:30 p. m. Entire choir. 1 Hillside Congregational Rev. Paul W. Peterson The services at the Hillside Congregational t church for the week- beginning Sunday, July 7, is as fol- 1 o ws: On Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, the service of Divine Worship will be held. The minister will preach on the subject, "A Lesson in Value Judgments," based on the day's text, Luke 15:1-10. On Wednesday evening at S o'clock the mid-week service will be held. Miss Dorothy Ford, our new missionary to Africa, will speak. Al! are welcome. ings. BETHANY Bethany Mission Mass will be celebrated in the State Police academy Sunday morning: at 10 o'clock. Immanuel Lutheran '• Rev. Harold Lucas 10:45 p. m. Worship service. Monday, 8 p. m. Meeting of the Church Council. Tuesday, ~:30 p. m. 'Meeting of the Sunday school teachers, Pcmblna is North Dakota's oldest town, established' in 1811 by Scotch colonists sent out by Lord Alexaner Selkirk. NEW CLASSES Write, Vhono or Call for 19«5 Bulletin COLLEGE On The Air Today 0:00 P. .m. \VURY-WAIir:—WKHlilllKlun- D. C. Oiltt-r ' SlMlunfl—NVww n :(>."> n- ">• I7._\viirrlil F>l;->i,-r <!:10 p. m. JltY—niiHfbnll SCOI-CH II: I.1 p. in,-. ilRV-WAHC—Port™ It WOK—l.ni-i'll/n KulhM' istntfn WEAK—Voluntrar Pin-in'" ,,.,., |; lir | wilil. IMnnmt v : n ' 0 _|, ol ,'1 Vuu IVIl-vo It V.-ATK—Al Vi-Hlrn: P."Cur,IM (1:3(1 |i. in. U'KA F— M.'lflniM-N- ClUlu'K-t \VI'IC-W.I1!—Sporm \VUR- N..-WH , WATR—III 1 ," ""'' r '""' ^ c iii-ir. P. '»• W BAP—Art "f I.1VII1E \VOK — Stiin I-onmi WATK-WJX—'Uilior. 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'\V'1 : ;AT'-M T T1O ; —Oninrt O\? Opry WATl'l-WJX— Mnylnft l-loi-ilown . 1()!4.1 n. in. WBIIY—Ropnrl lo lll« I'l-upii; WAHC—TliIkH 11:00 p. in. Al.h SUitlonii—N"\v» ll:in P. m. WHRY-WABC'—Suortf An-na WATK-WJX—C!i.,H'KO lllulm \VIJAl-"^VTIC—W. \V. Clllipln WOK—NI-WH 11,-.10 p. III. WBRY—N'iKllt fTlul) of Air" WAUC—Mclntyrv Ori-h. WATR-WJ/'.—Alvino Hi-y Ort:h, \von—WHithiT ^vl•;A^''-W'^K:—^toonoy Oi-ch. JJMn u. m. \VOR-II Imui-r Oroh. r.':«(l AIlilnlEllt A7.I. Ptntlunn—N'UWM 12:05 11. m. Vv'IIRY—N'lKlit Clilb Additional Classified Ads 'District of Ttfaugatuck, ss. Probate Court, July 5th, A. D. 1946. Estate of Clarence S. Raczkowsld late or Naugatuck, in said District, deceased. Upon application of r.^ary F. Raczkowski praying that letters of administration may be granted on said estate, as per application on file' more fully appears, it is ORDERED—That said application be heard and determined at the Probate Office in Naugatuck, in said District, on the llth day of July A. D. 19-16, at 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon, EDT, and that notice be given of the pendency of said application, and the time and place of hearing thereon, by publishing the same one time in some newspaper having a circulation . in said District, and by posting a copy thereof on the public sign-post in the town of Naugatuck, in said District, and by sending, postage prepaid, a like notice to each of the known heirs residing outside this District at least wo days before said day assigned. RAYMOND M. SHEA, Judge. A fresh coat oi paint on th* wood-work and walla will Wake that room new againi And if you use the right paioc, you can easily keep it clean mod new-looking with soap and water; We recommend yurphy Paints i - f xtwtor • See Our J^arjje Stock of LAWN and GARDEN SEEDS • • also All Kinds of Fertilizers TOOES FOR GARDEN .and % SHOVELS (lone and handles) '• '• GARDEN' RAKES « HOES — SPADES '* PRUNING SHEARS >• GRASS SHEARS Business Service HAVE YOUR ALTERATIONS DONE AT CARMEN'S CUSTOM TAILORING 3-Day Cleaning Service • •- 147 So. Main St—Dial 2017 •• 89 Wanted To Kenfler Services \tE REPAIR KEFBIGERATOKf Ail makes. Coldspot, Apex.. Cope land, Gruno, Kelvinntor, Croe ley, Stewart-Warnor, etc. . Stel» leal and -son, 202 Cherry St. .Waterbury. 4^0719. \ 40s ReupbofiMrhiff District of Naugatuck ss. Probate Court July; 5th,'1948. Estate of' Perry M. Collins late of .Naugatuck, in salt! District, deceased.' . - ' iffeldl The Court of Probate for the District of Naugatuck hath'limited and allowed six, month's from dn.t<5 nereof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit 'their 'claims for settlement. Those who ncRlect to pre- sent'their accounts, properly attested, within: said.- time; will be debarred a recovery. At! persons in- d'cbted to said- Estate are request- I ed to make immediate payment 'to ! '•'••'..'.. -- X.UELDA RICE, i i ' • ' • . ' •. •• Executrix: 126 Bradley Street', ' ' New Haven 11, Conn. CANS, Inc. Maple St. Tel. 3507 SAVE 10% CASH & CARRY If You Bring Your Own Laundry CALL WAT. 4-4106 A MERICAN l.-\i'M)tt\ * ^ SAVE your sagging upholstered |furnltur« with ."SagPrxrt." Chair " '$8.75; divar.r $18.SO." 'Work 'done In your home.' Dial Waterbury ' Bakeries in .the ,'U.. S., ..number- Ing' about'18,000, "normally use "liiibro' than 1,250 million pounds of sugar 1 ' - ' • Swim At i QUASSY BEACH ! J,rtkc QunKHnpnuir ; AtlnilwKlon to Beach ADULTS 30c ' fCHILiDRKN, ZOc Tux Included ; BASKKT CW15CKIXG 20n ' Buhi'H Jtim Direct lo PLAY POOL On First Class Tables R&M ALLEYS 155 MAPLE STREET CESSPOOL CLKANKR BARN RED PAINT SITINGLK STAIN PITTSBURGH PAINT GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MA3>IJ£ STREET (AcrOM from City Bakery) Free Delivery Telephone •CHAIRS CROQUET SETS NAUGATUCK HARDWARE i See Us for Your s I VACATION" LUGGAGE jj \\ Umbrcllaw Recovered, RepuIrM s i, , J FISHERS ;; 111 S. Main St., Watcrbury 5-1871 { 1946 | G. E. RADIOS * (Immediate Delivery) WEISS' Ben Franklin Store 132 CHURCH STKEET I & AUTO SUPPLY i J "RUSS" WEAVING, IVop. J Wlnslow Court Tel. 3S94 AUTO PARTS SPORTS GOODS BASEBALL BATS Our Complete Services Give You Carefree Vacation Driving!! POUST'S . SERVICE STATION 144 Rubber Ave, Tel. 4935 Cars Called For :ind Delivered AMERICAN . SAW & MFG. CO. Hack Saw Blades Hand and l'o\vi»r Band Saw Blades Wood and Motal Cuttlnir MILL SUPPLIES- R TOOLS 2 2 SAVINGS ST. TEL. 5-2241 VENETIAN BLINDS III' Stock. Thrre Dnr Delivery LEBON'S TKNKT1AN BLIND CO. •an NO. M«I» it. Trl. 8-7231 .Vtvtcrhury PHILCO CAR RADIOS ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE SO SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. 6162. Nauc tttuck - Conn. R&P METAL WORKS 99 SO. MAIN STREET (Rear) Expert Welding of All TyP«. ForBlnfe. Sheet Metal and Ornamental Steel Work Ttlrnhon* 0377 WAICH FOR OUR NEWLY RENOVATED STORE'S GRAND OPENING! CORNER CANTEEN 392 JTo- Main. .Street . "Dom" Trllerlco. I'rop. Sunday 1C Noon <« 1 >•• "'•• - i ««•***

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