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TAGK 4—NAUOATUCK NKWH (CONN), WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. 1040 Jletoa Published Every Evening (Except Sunday) by THE NAUGATUCK NEWS CORPORATION NAUGATCJCK, CONN. RUDOLPH M, HENNIC:C, President find t-uollshor Telephoned 2328 and 223!>—All Department* Kntorod a» iiocond clumi mutter ut the post office in Conn, SLTCSCUIPTION RATES Payable In Advance month $1.00 1 Year .... .JI2.00 IHemtier: Tho American Nowspiipor Publishora Ass'n The N. E. Dully Nuwiipupor Pub. Ass'n Tho Conn. Nowspapor Publahors Aaa'o WD.NKSHAV, JC'LV J7, JfMO "Welcome Home" Celebration Do You Remember? From the Files of the Naugatuck Newi 20 Years Ago George Chlswell of North Main street returned from a visit to New York city. o—O—o Miss Arlenc Todd of Myrtle avenue was honored at her 16th birthday party. o—O—o 30 Years Ago Raymond Moore of Sweeney street spent his vacation in Canada, 0 _O—o Misses Grace and Edith Barnes were spending the summer in Great Bui'i'lnpton, Mass. are shaping up for Xaugaluek's ,.^ ' \Volco:nc Home" celebration to be hold on September L' in honor ol' llio local veterans ol' World War ff. Announcement ol' the appointment <~>t.' John H. Breon, well known business man, as general chairman ol' Hie committee of arrangements for the gnla event, moans Unit, stops will soon be taken toward ' starling tlio work which will be necessary to prepare and carry out. tlio program for what promises to be one of the greatest celebrations in (he history of this community. Warden Leo ,J. Brophy's selection of Mr, Breen as chairman is considered >in excellent, choice. It is expected the committee to be named shortly will be composed of able and eiitlinsiastio, workers irnbned wild Hie spirit of (he nlTair wbicli is being looked forward to with keen interest, and pleasurable anticipations by the people ol' Xangatiick, all of whom will be glad to cooperate in the effort to give the veterans the kind of "welcome borne" they richly deserve. Around The Clock Vacation Chronology Taken From News Files (Continued) He Liked Youngsters Tlio man who virtually handed a free ticket to baseball Barnes and other sporting events |o youngsters a.ll over the ['ailed Stal.es has died. James (,'oulter Jones, who originated the "Knot-hole dang" plan for letting children in to sporting events svitlionl charge or at greatly reduced rates, died .Sunday at. his home in St. Louis. He was 80 years old. Jones was a former owner of I he SI, f jonis ('ardiunls. Kor 40 years he bad been a leader on behalf of the blind in Missouri, Those \vlio were helped by his generosities in getting more enjoyment out of life will forever keep his memory green in their hearts. Gave Interesting 1 Talks Many radio listeners were sorry {o learn that ('ongressman Joseph K. Talbot has made his final address u|' the radio series entitled "Report to Ihc People," •which has been heard on three Connoeti- cul stations during the past four mouths. The ('ongressman, whose home is in Xaiigatnek, has discussed mans- mailers' of public concern in a very interest inn' and informative way and bis talk's have been greatly appreciated by his listeners. .He has shown himself to be well versed in tin 1 siibjecls of liis discourses and his opinions (in controversial questions have been Wfll expressed ami always in gnml taste. It is to be hoped that he will be heard over (he. air again in (he not far distant fnl nro. FRIDAY, JULY 5 Borough ox pei ion cos cpiiot Fourth of July with many local residents away over holiday. A new $25,000 lire truck with a hook and ladder was demonstrated locally'by the American LaPrance company, Melii, d'almni and "Walter Wotjak and lOlmer Schmit'/, enlisted in the II. S. N'uvy. The final session For the summer of the bible class was conducted by the Hillside Congregational church. Miss Anno M. Stryjcwski, Union City, .married Wilson Miller of Watcrbui'y. Miss Marguerite May JOstes, Union City, married Charles Jarbiuias of Waterbury. Faust o Sabolao married. Miss Mary Alves of Waterbury, Coach Peter Foloy announced formation of Junior Baseball League. .Night fireworks climaxed the Independence .Day celebration in Beacon Falls. Francis L. Burns wa,s released bv the Xavv. Additional Classified Ads Employment Hulp Wanted—Female , . ' WANTED • OPERATORS »•.• :' EXPERIENCED • OR INEXPERIENCED APPLY MR. YARVJN POND ST. ENTRANCE WA'TERTOWN UNDERGARMENT CORP. 13fl MILL ST., VATERBURY Legal Notices CHAPEL ELECTRIC COMPANY Tel. 221!) SOUTH MAL1V S t" XIIIIKIII nrk Fiirniltirr Co.t 1'nrtnry lii'linlr SrrvlM> <in All .Mukrx of ICiullu S''|N. I'rntnpl Si-rvl<-i- at lifr I'ri^c^. I.rKrNf IZjulumt-nl for Knilin Kiiuilr Work, Accnc-y for Wv*tlni:ll<m><r HiidioK n nil Klrctrio AniiHuncCK AclMilrnl Itiidlnx iinil rlinnnKrnplm ' ,S«>wnr(-«'nrn<T nnd Snnnru Knillnn Cur KuilioK ,snli), Inxliillixl «nd Sffvlri-il District of Na.u B atuck. lmt<! Court, July ] 8 th. 1016 ESTATE OF John £ ' Som '"' -«k,i John Somcrs- of *' v™ S aid DJ3 tr,ct, £ WHEREAS. Application boon made to this Court for mission to sell certain real e , belonging to Hn .fd cstalc « s c*Uon on fl, 0 mOM fujly . "ORDERED.' T,,,,,, the f nppl.c-.Uion bo ho 8J -d and inert at the Probate Omcc In S.-Uuck on the 39th day 30-16, Bt 11 o'clock in the or, n on and the Court direct, *ai d Co7c r vator to Rive notice to a]] ' th «™ >f they tec cause, and be heard thereon, by publishing this order one lime in a newspaper having , circulation in said district. Wo W ;c:ivin K with or by mailing In Inu4 poslnse prepaid, from Xau w u, c 'k * copy of this order to all *' mtcrcsicd and re .,ldin K t!w Probate District of JV aJl on or before the 17th dy O f July A. D, JM5, and return ma i, to the Court ^notice Driven Attest, RAYMOr^D M. SHEA Judge. VENETIAN BLINDS Sfork.. Thrr* Orllvrry. LEBON'S VENETIAN BLllVR CO. fl No. Mult, si. T»I. a-7221 ' NOTICE. On and after this date I will not be responsible for any bills con- tractcd other than by myself DONALD D. CROSBY 322 Walnut Street Dated at Na.ugatuck this 35th day of July, 19-16. Employment R&P METAL WORKS SO. MAIN STREET (Rear) Expert Weldlne <>l All Type*. Forcing, Sheet Motal and Ornamental Steel Work Tflpphnnr 0377 WALTER WINCHELL Coast—To—Coast (Copyright, 1946, by The Hearst Corporation) SATURDAY, JULY 6 .Petition for auditorium shelved by Warden Brophy 'pending school survey report. Robert Lawlor named commander of All American Veterans. Oronp announces plans for dance to bo held at Lin-den Park Hull, July 1<). .Approximately $10,000 to be sought for Vets' welcome ho.mo celebration. Seven Xatigntuek officers needed for local National Guard Company F. Thomas A. Lagoniek married Nancy Longo of Watorbm-y. Miss Klsio Hnlpa married Morris of Xew York citv. Kept Busy luiny II il- Tlie fact llial il 's linrd work president of the I'nitcd States is Jiistriitrd by UK- following- 1'nited Press of .Monday; I Truman hud a lon^ parade of visitors throughout the day, Tt he^'an with administration leaders I'ruin liotli lioitsds of Congress—1 () | (l || v - ;i hoid the OPA hill. Then eaine the secretary of state, to discuss the peace conference. Tlio ('fdiinet, jnid the British ninhnssador, to witness the historic ceremony of .si^nin^ I ho loan to [Britain. Sandwiched in he- tween came n delegation of teen-a^ers to ask about famine relief—a »Totip of Jewish war veterans concerned about Palestine—and n Japanese American infantry regiment lo he decorated for heroism," Government would be better everywhere- if people would hike more inter- oat in it. j Description of an extinct Americmi: tho man who ti.sccl to buy a new car every year. MONDAY, JULY 8 School survey report delayed until September. "Can't wait until September" on veterans' petition says Warden Loo Brophy, to call planning- board meeting in near future. Wfirdeit Brophy terms B'lir-ros.s Kli- masxewski's statement that police chief does not have rit>-ht to make changes in beats of lortal patrolman, "Kidicnious." "Police chief has full authority," Wardon says. American Lotion plans paper drive to be conducted Sunday, July 28. William Bauk;i|, Paul |<]. Buck-miller attending folks' convention in New York- oil y. Miss Antoinette Ma.u'namo married William O'olang-elo of Waterbury. ,Knliters defeat Millvilic, Highlanders defeat Beacon Falls Crusaders in Sunday's Amateur League games. St. J-feilwin-'s ehnrc.h marie final plans for a ha/aar (o.Iie held July 27 and 28 on tho church yronnds. TUESDAY, JULY 9 Jliivh school books 13 basketball games in Waterbury armory. . Local National Guard company to he formed. Albert Marsh, and J. W. Thompson assisted at scene of fatal crash in North Woodstock, Xew Hampshire. .Hobert J. Kelly released by Navy, The Welfare Board postponed- their monthly meeting until August, Many local youths enter YMCA swimming- classes. The tennis courts at the local re creation Field were announced opened for the summer. Plaits Mills defeated Millvillc, 4-2, in n close baseball game. (To Be Continued) BROADWAY HKARTHEAT Silliouclcliingsi The Boh Fellurs in Club 18 ..Ann Sheridan, plus her first four Ibs. since she lost 25 Hying around the P.icific ..Kitty Carlisle,' who lias been getting bil- :e£s-doux on White House stationery and won't toll who they're from . .Not Harry, tennyrate ".Irv Berlin buying slenks, chops, etc., which he took via plane to his July home in Bermuda. .Pam Lawrence of ihe Gus Ed\vardsx<V>wji, Shg is doing a book on her once-renowned mother—Millie do Loon, "The Girl •n Blue"... Barry Gray, whoso all- nighter* via WOR is now rated as ••;.iUra.cting over DO per cunt of the- Eastern Stales" stay-up-lates.. . Harrison Miller, heir to a dep't" jtoro, watching (with considerable fascination) the way his Marguerite Skoda fcnsts at the Singapore with ;ier solid gold chop-stix . Richard Watts, Jr., the drama critic, who will probably enter the piny producing field. Studying scripts now .Lina Romay, who is sinking "Ecsame Muolto" to Jnime Salvador, Mexican movie exec. Esther Wlliams captioned; "Great | ost li'lm success of any girl athlete." Ever hear of ,1 doll by the. t/if, 1 - of Sonja Hcnie? Vicki and | Howard Lang, the director, seem | to be enjoying their divorce. They go out together morn often than before. . .The lovely widow of Wm. RhineV^ndcr Stewart and C. Gable are Sounds in iiin -Viiflit: At the Cub: "He's training to be a icuse". . At Reuben'^ 'The in-sin-uendo was there". .. .At the China Doll: "He ha u so much money he says what he likes"....At the B-way Palladium: 'He has that Bilbodor" ...In the Stork: "Damon's ."lories nrc always Home-Rnnyons" . . At the I Mermaid Room: "If "they reallyi want lo punish Lustipr for 4 years—j :i-.ake him President." After the first year,' American boys have a life expectancy of G2 years and the pirls of 63. years, U. S. mortality tables indicate. THE EYEGLASS SHOP !.H.Tomlinson Nejiry Building Naucatuck. Conn. I . •'• Help Wanted—Male WANTED—Berent~collOfre . ate. cbcwiist or chemical engineer, for. woi-k as nn assistant chemist in rubber laboratory of a plant .-located in Southwestern part of Connecticut. State in detail 'in first .handwritten letter Agrc, education, experience if aijj-| and remuneration expected &&. ply Box "C" care of N'cws. ' WANTED—Txvo carrier hoy», .\o, main and Curtiss St. section Ap- 'P'V Mr. Dillon, News Onicc. , HKI.PKR. WANTED—MILLVILtE BRASS FOUNDRY. APPLY 844 RUBBER AVE. REGISTER NOW , KAl.I. TKRM ItKGINS SKI'T. S •'. !iiiKlnr»K AilmlnlMnnlon, Amoiml- JUMOR COLLEGE M Ontrnl Avc. \Vatcrburv Sullies lii Our Alloy: A former Klammer Ral, trying to make IL come-back in pictures, strutted into the Stork Club last m'Rtit wearing a lo«--cuL froc): and holding- a Ion/,' cifrarctto holder out to here "She still loolts like a million dollars," rnm.-irked her nsont. .. ."Y e ah" mumbled ly.zy Elinson, "after the' ta_x has been paid". .A nuisance at the Versailles ringside was hoLh- erinj; Evelyn Knight, the songs- tress. Evelyn .stidnci the bore with: "Don't ioo!< now, but your manners are showing." N«nv York Sitlo-Sliow: He started working for a Wn\l Sti-cclcr nc;irly a yc.-ir .IRQ ...Untlcr (hn impression his employer was wc.ilthy. .. .Ho practised forging the boss's signature , After tori months or so—ho tried passing a check "signed" with the 'employer's name—to sec it' it worked . Ho wrote it out for only $50 .. It come bnck marked "Insufficient Funds"! Character Study: (By T. Woath- orly): He sits up in a dinky, dilapidated den on 42nd St.-. .'. .Smoking cigars r.'.nd playing £in rummy with a _erony. . . .When the phono rings •he answers it. When he i.sn't there nobody answers it... His accent is rich, rcvltlgcnt and refrcNhing.. Now -and then he will try to dodge n.. phone call....By pretending he is Vincc McKnight... Tha.t's his press agent. .. "Diss iss> Wince Me- Night" he coos . . And everyone laughs like holi . . Including- him . .He'll produce anything- he think.,"'ill ni.-i.kc a dime.. And it usually does ...All the nciors swear by him. .. .Despite the fact that he pays everybody, biff and little, "Sixty bucks"... "Take it or leave it," he hollers. .. .Sometimes they got more.. .But not often ...Ho probably hn? half a million saved up,,. . But his word is better than his bond. .. .That's why he doesn't have to post any bond with Equity . .Or the stat^ci hands union, etc... Or any .union.. As a. matter of Tact. . .There wouldn't be any need for theatrical unions If nil tho producers wet-e as regular. As this /fellow. . . .whose nan|c is. .. .Jules Lovcnthal. A summer dream: Go where it's broezv and take it easy. The rarest quality in younyr men, ac, cording to a statement attributed to former Chief Justice Hughes, is accuracy. MIcltown Vignette: M n r g a r c t Whitinir, the r.idio thrush, handled the-situaticn wlUi skill and cunning the other middle of the night She was driving alone after visiting friends in the country.... She noticed two men in a car which kept behind hers.. .She tried to shake them but realized she was being followed. Sooooo. .Instead of leading them to her dark street dwelling—she drove over to the West 5-lth Street station-house, stopped the car and got out. .. .The chumps got out, loo ..When they looked nt the two green lamps in front of the pleecc-stn.tion and discovered whore Maggie had led them, they leaped back into their ear and were off like lightning. Marric says the scare was worth the laughter that wouldn't stop. Mnmos.of a Midnljjhtor:. Chico Mum (in Howie's last night) recognized a gal that the others said had a different fella every week, "Yeah," Chico observed, '/she's Amber-dextrous" . It you found a purse on the ti-a.in to Rockaway Sunday (1.-35 p. m,), plen'se return the photo of a young lad. The sister of the chap (he was killed in action) is an elevator jrirl we know. It's'the only photo of him the family had. She says you can keep the money, etc. J, Brooks Atkinson, the former Jrama critic (criticized ferociously :>y Pra.vda), never dreamed, (when- ie dozed on the Broadway aisles) that one day he'd be called -"a bad actor"... .The AP ran a photo or Curtain Calls: "Ofc Buttermilk Sky" as Hoag-y Carmichaol renders his latest hit in "Canyon Passage" ....Eugenic Baird's thrushing via ABC Sabbath eves. .. .Dolores Anderson's song styles at the Music Hal!....The Nevele, upstate resort . . . Saxio Do well's new t-hort, a musicliek. .. .Ida James' Decca of "Won't Say I Will", ...Kate Smith's version of "Pretending". .., Ruby Hill at the Rnlvin Bleu . Ted Lewis at tho>. new I^atin l-i girleg show, panic the girl in the puYplu net. . .Manhattan Murnls: The streamlined Salvation Army group at -r9(h and 7th. They carry their own mlcro2>hone and iostoad of the old fashioned tambourine you toss coins on'io a."a layout"... The placard in the Mltchel Field pilot's room; "Beware of high-flying buildings!". .. .The Cracie Square lady with a. penguin on Ic.i.sh. . , .The 6th Avenue gown shop window sign: "Wanted: Salcslrdy—must- be respectable—until after Xmas" Thes ign leading to the Jamaica racetrack: "Dangerous." Broadway Smalltalk: Mrs. Ogden Reid's nevvicw, Ken Wfnslow is her circulation exec. Theresa Prlary (of the staff), they say, will be taken out of circulation by Ken ....... ;Ben Hecht's "Spectre of a Rose" Is n, click in the hinterlands - ,. : The 'Democrats are calling it "The G. O. P. A.". ."Need for Each Other, -, a scenario Ijy Louis Sobol and -Ernest Lehman, will be War- n.er'd. Joan Crawford selected it Call Garber, who is a strlpcoler'at i Pinto's..(in the Village), is a registered nurse,-loo.... Lt. Cmdr. Joel Fisher-ana. Mary-Jane -Johnson. Seattle 'newspaper gal and ex-Wave wore married o.t DCS Moines during the AVCohvcntion. .You'll soon be -reading about a prominent society couple'now fighting over custody of then: debutante daughter I er .'wants, heV^ STORE CLOSED ''"-" ALL DAY MONDAY WaterburusB-J Dependable Clearance of Swim Trunks Wool Swim Trunks Boxer Style Trunks Equipped with inner supports, separate belts and handy pockets. Navy, maroon, and blue In small, medium and largo sizes. Attractive gabardines in tan and teal. Elastic waists a.nd inner supports. Now $2.49 Regular $2.0S Now Print Trunks Extro Lorge Trunks Hawaiian doBiffDs on lUrhtwelght poplin». Boxer style. Elastic.waists; Sizes 30 to 38. 100% wool in navy and maroon. Inner supports and belts. Sizes 42-44-46-48 Wow $2.95 Regular $5.00

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