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What's Doing !n Naugatuck A calendar of events foi today, tomorrow and every clay Bonus Proposal For Conn. Vets Is Being Considered PAGE 3—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, AUG. 6, 194« Women's Activities-Personal and Social u;r, hiin nnd it on -rlran null ' VVi- Hull. I 1'ini thi) fin-,-n, list 7 in Mdi-tlnir. AK.III.. 'I'nwii Hull, (.'oiiiinllt.-i., Tuv.-ii ACCOST A I h I i- f | II) i-.t. i-h Family ( 'Ini^ili'ilti. ui lii'di;!'!!'-:. 1 1 a. in. to i: I'l.opl-'!: jan:l,.ty nf iin-ti uiitlni; ul I,uki- f. NAITCATUCK SPOitT & AUTO SUPPLY SS" W!';.\VI.S<i, rrnp. "ItlJ 0 — (L'P)— Cover nor Kulilw-ln hiin announced thn u vi-ti'i'an;" lirjiius proposal is no\ I'OliiK pM:pfii'i!Cl by the stutc. Thr |)i-o[in.')ul In understood to b< corwiTiKd with u possible iimuncl iin:iii tu t I-HI htut<; conxtltutUm. Sale i tic (,-nvcrntir: -."Thi; whole bonu. i f|iii'.<!tliiri I.-: one' which rcC|iii|v.s. <}•.< | lnlli.-i| Miiuly mid i'.t thn moment we have not onrnpli-U'd mir study." Tl.i- vosvrnor mud.' hl:i iit.'itonicnt nfti:r |H-i-;ii'ntiiUi>n to him of i i;i-tlU..Ti !-.ii:n<u\ by .|;;yf; jji-r.son.s ii Haitloi'il ,'iskiM;; for u Mp.-clal s:f;:i .•linn at' tl\r ti-i:i.iliitui'i! lo. start iiet.ion i' 1 ; 'I buiiii'i Elks To Initiate Members Tonight Mi< hurl L.'i.iry, William Album.*, Ci D:-I:I' u. Hower nr.fi James J, /'-hi-j'fJan will hi, initiated Into the N.V.Il.-'tur-;'; [,nil«(! of ICIkit m ot'i'c- fin.rilf-i tonl, ; lii. 'Die Initiation will t.-iki- (il.'ir--- (lisrlni: Ihr rr.>Kulnr mtvi- li'iT '.I' thi- nmtidy.utl'in, b"ini: hrlfl '•'i ""• I. Her room.'; in Mir. Ncriry i iiil.lin:: •!>. x p, ni. ciilrr V,'l!|ifini Uaulmf l-:x."ll..<l Kul.-r ['.-nil E. iniil'-r will make Ihi.-ir report •• I in/ml l,r.ib,-i: r-Hnvf.-ntlon, ro- In. Id In N, ;w York, which :if{.-in|f<l n-. rifpn-.icriUUivr.'! of r.-il (;iu-i|i. b'ifiMl arti.jn un tho lie t.-iknn Beacon Falls Couple Married Announcement is m:idc of the murrlapro of Miss Louise Chrluten- t'pn, rlaii!, r bter .jt Mr, and ilr.M, Peter Chrliitensen of 'l-li^hland avenue, Beacon Palls, nnd Henry KusiSi;!!, .son of Mi-.-!. 'Edith Russell of .Burton road, Buaron Falls, which took place last Saturday afternoon nt •! o'clock in the United church. Beucon Fulls. Thi: Rev. Edward II. Hanco, paK- tor of Ihu C'on^rCKatJonul chui-eh, NutiRiatuck, iiorfMrrned the eore- niony. Mr;;, Ami .Muholik all.i.'nd- ed the bridf! and scrviny us !jn:it man wa.'t Martin TiusHcll. Marh;e Auxiliary Meeting. Tomorrow Tin. Womun'H auxiliary of the Minim- C'drpa r.i-<ifru>.- will h'.j|d 'its ond rneetln;; tcunui'row ovi.-niny; tin; American /.e^iun Mi.'morial mo, ^1 Cedar street, at 8 o'clock, Plans Wedding t haboon announcd by Mra.John CM'«TTf whose ;rant, P n::,id, r ,t, Further plan. for Kluhsm! K. drive ii-r;n.-;si-J, Our nbul'.r will fin- nii-i-rinj;. .-.I,:. | tn 'ill. n.l.-io All . nil. rcfrc'! Vucaf-ion Driving! ! o (f ST'S S'CATMI.V .id" and Patient At > "?! Bristol Hospital Ml 1 .-:, I 1 . Alij'u:!!. Jolinnsn nf Wul- nut ulivflt. Is n, patti.-nt. :it the ]3rl:; tul hospital. Shi; in i-x|ii-ci."d t-o re Unri in lutr hoiiui this wimk. Visitors In Washington, M'.'KV '« ciitihfr A CTTAPFJ, TlLECTKIfi (JOMl'ANY '/•'•I. '!:!!!> .MAIN si'n;i-;i:r kj.sr; St. Ca 7 IIOTC'IIIUSS S'I'K •i'i-i, .-,7::r ).. . 1 St.-\7!l..\i:s:-C.\S, SAI.I-S — St-IliVl E D, C. Mr. uiul Mrs, John J. Connoio nnd .Mi.is Alh:u Quish, 377 North Main littvet, have n.'ttii'r.od from a trip to I v l .')in!-i:iii:iun. D. '.'.'., wlu-ri; thoy vlsit- i i-d Mr. :i]!i.| Mrs. CotmoJo'H son, Willium I-,'. C.'onnnlc, v/ho I?, ,'t M(.IKN-MI, •it O'oi 1 );' 1 l.nwn uni\'orMity. Whllo Hi---!-! 1 thii.v lu.-ard a. relu-iirsitl of the i'iiiv.iiv;hy Cilui: eluh. of which William i.M prosiiU'nt. ' i For A Snack, n. Sandwich; : or a Full Meal, Try J n HIPPY'S \ MISS MAY FRANCES SON- ir.K-niarr.iUBC to|^ un KmLtKlKT, Sim of Mr. and *"' Oscnr Krois.siw of Chcstjiut St., i\V\v T5i-7f:\r:i,' is announced hy In.'r piirent:;, Mr and Mrs. AtiR-ust Son- «-hci;l.l, 103 'Coi.'ii street. The wed (i!ii£f will take plai'e Saturday niurii- Future Bride Shower Guest A miscellaneous shower was held recently at Hornbeckcr's restaurant, Wutcrbury, in honor of Misa Phyllis M, Wolfe, da.ii(,'hter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix J. Wolfe, 03 Gorman street, by asociates of the comznorcia! department of th« Southern New England Telephone o., VVaterbury. The puest of honor will be married in tho near future tu Dr. Janii'B 2. Gailun, son of Mr, nnd Mrs. Vincent Gnilun of West HarU'ord. Those attending wore: Mioncs P. lDli;:abeth Roy, Virginia A. Nevizrs, Dorotyh 1C. Pratt, Julia B. Meehan. J. Carolyn Jabs, Marion If, Mcln- tyre, Shirley M. Lynch, Esther M, Welch, Anm.-tle L. Branche, Dru- ailla N. Ford, Jeannotte 33. Wor- ilun, WliKabeth C. O'Brien, Florence A. Praxier, Bc>rlha M. Pochalonis, jMargfarot M. Giimus and Evelyn Murphy. Misses Rita Millorick, Doris E. Murphy, Joyce M. Kilbourne, Mar It's Back To School for -the Junior Miss Sffit. l r runcis' (; 21 at 10 o'clock in St. i,-1. WII.M a Inbu ','in million gallon.' 7f!f)- (•)'•(.•) lln ral.nry rarity turn fi year. I MM Kl) I ATI 1 ; FVKIJVKnY V'.nir \v'll.(.VS-(ll'Kltl..\.\;> JX'iili'r LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. ;,'I Hui-rN'ui Avriiin- l-;»iliiin«,. rlm-i-, Usin-rhiiry •i-hi.ii.. :;.«,-,ir: Miss San Angelo Engaged To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Frank San Angela, 11)1 South Main street, announce the oiiivayomrnt and coming- mar- i in fro of tlielr diius^hter, Miss Carole J. San Anjjelo, to William J. An- «iulillo, atin of Mrs. Mary Anjj'io- lillo, ,'iJU .''-)UUi Main Hlronl., The wedding ia planned for Saturday morning, Kepi. 14, in St. Mi.T.-, SMI AngBlo allnnclO'l the loom sQlioaln and i.s employed sit Slratton'a restaurant. Mr. Anfjin- lillo I.H an Army veteran, having rvt-d for three years. Mary C. Dolan. SUer Return Prom Motor Trip Mr. and Mrs. Raymond O. Anderson and daughter, Elaine Joyce have ro.lurned after a t\vo -week:: motor crip through the New England Hty.Les. Tht-y wore ref-iisler at Glcndale I.uilye, Lalte Winnipe- suukoe, N. H. VFW Auxiliary Meeting Thursday A regular uiireting- of the Ladies' nixiliary of. Ci-uiindcr po;U, Vet- jran.i 01.' Foreie'.'i Wars, will be held TlHirnday evenir.j^ at 3 o'clock in he |jo:'.i. roomii on Kubbur avenue. Mi-y. l-:u::e Bor.ti.-mpo, pri'iiidonl, ll be In chur^u uf Hie .-.e.-wion. Scenic Beauty own They Two Couples File Intentions Two ciiii,y|i<s jiavo /ilocl \\ intentions in the oil'iee of Gk-rk Jlaymcni.! J. St. John j'j-i 1 : A:jl,hony Joseph Salvat.ore of Pro:ipi*cl. und Henrietta Marie T..an- J4X-1I, -15 Aetna street, who plan to be married SuUirdiiy, and Christian Pi-toi.-iOM, fiO Cfniiin H venue. Shol- inn, and Molvlrda, Pplit'it.one, 2-12 North £Uit(! street, Ansonia, who plan to U'O'.l AUK, 20. ->? -T r" 1 „.,•••• •• :'. Have them apply at our east Main Street. Wniorhury, Conn. Hair must be kept bright. A bottle of shampoo, especially designed for youngsters, is part of children's cosmetic set. Summer's end means a new beauty routinp for the very young girl, just as it does for her older sister. Back-to-school days require careful grooming habits for the What's more luxurious for ;i Smooth skin nnd well-cared- little girl than her own bottle of for nails make a.little pirl as Rlam bath powder? Children's cos- orous as her big- sister. Bottle o: me tic:; encourage fjooil grooming-, kiddies' hand lotion helps. young miss—aged 12 and under. And to help her care for her hair and skin, cosmetic makers have developed complete sets of loil- stn'es to delight the heart of o daily bath more fun. signed to encourage Die habits of daintiness that will help the little girl grow into an attractive young lady. They include Iho simple, basic toik'trics. There's a shampoo, lo encourage radiant, shining tresses. A number of cologne:; are faintly and sweetly scented. There arc hand lotions for smooth skin protection, nnd "bubble bath" and bath powder • lo mako There ihc are tweenager. I even special shampoos and liair Children's cosmetic sets are de- i trainers for little boys. The bottles for those sets are desifined with an eye to pleasing (he youngster's fancy. Decorated with colorful animals and figures of children, they definitely mark ihe toiletries as the child's very own. Coot) RroominK liabits start at ."in uarly And children who have their own personal suts of bullied toiletries will not have to bo coaxed lo keep skin and hair clean and shining. HEALTH ALL FOR N'o. K235-1 prancing- lUi lo f.-iv.'n r.irj'j aiitin;; niotiT in thiK w.iod- rn^', (Ipcoi^il.'iitK your \vall or chair buck. Simjjlfi slit-dies ond rich colors inii.kc embroidering easy. Pattern envelope contains l;oi- ii-on transfers for thrno dnsie;ns, color oli.-irt, slilch l.tuat-.-ations anil full directions. Just Out! Our now G0-p:ifr? multicolored "Book of Noodle Aits" t'ivi; froi, 1 patterns, and many other suggestions for drcsr- up your homo and yourself, is off tin- press. Send ymir rc- Cor 'i-his be-.)k to tlio aclilrcss billow, ennloaiiij; twenty cents in x coins to cover th'i cost TKiilinif chiu-jjOB. cl jn cents (coin) for Pnltci-n No. R2:ifi-l to N;ui(jfit;irli D:\ily NI-WB, Noeille Arts r>0|j-l., P.O. Box Rlnlion C, New York in, N. Y. innliulc your p'- 1 ^!"! I'.one- number. (Ri"luaa(>(l l>y The Bell Syndi- Inc.) 0 No Experience Necessary * Training osn ibe Job 0 Excellent Working Conditions 0 Higher Thosi Average Earnings •• The ^esf .Of Kecrem v «o^o8 i-aciii 9 Outstanding Medical Attention Icsn S "Let's go to work and beat CAT.I.S COP A PRINCE Spartanbin-K, S. C.—(UP—T. E. Brown v.vi.s so plonwoJ \vkh tlif courtesy of a SL;itc Highway P.'i- irolmnii. who arrested him for a tr.illlc violnlon th.it lie not only M-rully pnid liii; finn buL called tlie paLi-olman y "prinnc of .'i> follow." Aftrtr ti'avinff cniii 1 !, Brown called the Sp.Ti-!.nnIjiii'j; Journal t.o praise- the "LacV, frientllini.-ss nnO courtesy of Pfif roJman J\I. O. Kinf in hnnd- ll'.ic; the case. Understanding- -the TB I'uticnt The family of the tuberculosis i;Ui':nt cuii aid him greatly if .1 inci-ri; offiirr. is maJe to under- Uuid his problems. In entering a sanatorium Coi- treatment, the p:\- jiinL iiiny be !.?ep^r)ilecl from lionie 'or the I'irst ti.'j:c. Naturally he ia iiiiiifsich and nnxiou:;. Since tuberculosis ia ,1 di:ic.i:-;c :l'lV:i:tinf; -III" \vl.olc body, the pa- ienl i.s irrit.'ible at (.hi'M, nor- iM)):i for tlie firut time in his life. .I' 7 ; cannot iiiitK'r.mand his irrit- biliiy, r,o belleveu ;,here miua bp omc-Lhinjj wrong; with his new urrosinding-s. He may bo wor- tiud about his condition, without b'-in;: uwai-n of tliis. S'.iiuh anxif-ty is apt to chow it- i-Dli" in hia i.'oner.'il attituUu tow- aril his fi-llov.' jintier.'.s, those worltili!,' :)Lout him, -jr his f. ily. His request.-! may suem un- rear.oiKtblc, but to tho patient they 'im very i!<:po'rlant and ro;)l. fc'-oini.|iii-ic:j a patient finds "n,n i;.-it:ij)e" in belli;; able to compinin lo Bojiie onu about the food, tho nurses, iiis lack of privacy, or the borir.jj i-.'iutine, and so he pours out all his grievances to members of the family wlien they visit him. These may not bo pleasant -topics oi conversation but if it relieves the patient, it is iho duty of the visitor to be sympathetic. The complaints may be well founded :u limes. Tlio patient need.-! to be enconr- :i!,-ed tu /4Ct wrll. He nof;ds an in- :!':-nlivc to follow c!-.)ctor's ordi.'ru. Only then will he cooperate with Jio hospital und the staff. He infills tn want to f, J et well. Pi-ohiihly never before in his life ::is tile patient had so much i;nli- .uilc?, ;«) much time to think. He iJiouliJ be helped to :-,pcnd his -time hinkinj: constructive thoughts, Af- i;r awhile, lie will be free to face ii! rii-w life with renewed IIQJJC nd faith. The fact that o patient must rest c!-jt.-^ no), mean that he c have no interests. Me should not be i;hut out from the world, l should be made -to fool he still lias a pni't in the life boyond Un; hospital walls, tin- life to which h will eventually ivnirn. Thr family can ilo f-vi'ii mure than (in: doctor in keeping his interests alive. The family should try to under s-laiid ihat il is iinportaiii. T.o keep ;ne pniii-nt interested in the world viij!::iiji\ Since iho patient is in a rather helpk'M; position, tho em- pjj.i:.-j.s should be oil happy events. TiiO pa.iii.-nt should not bi< made anxious nb.jnt circumstances he cunnci. chr-an;;c. In the next article, rabies will be discussed. rii/.-ssi.vr; nova Tlaverhill, Mass., Au-. C--(UP) 'I'v.-o t«en-:;Kc Havcrhill youths, ij-sini; from their honii..s since last j \/i.-"it, have bevn found in Beaver, I'Vnn, T!io ],air were discovm-od in a lockrd railroad box car in which •Ihi-y hud lived \vithout. food or water for three doyii. Tl-.y will 1, ix-.'i.-a.-jod in (hi'-ir uaroHts. Board Meeting Tonight The rfs-fiilar August mi'rt.injj of (lio bi;ard of warden and hur-jrc.s.-j^s will In- held lunii.'ht at S ci'clool: in tho i-oiir) room of (hi- lown ball. Mutters expected to »j.pc>:ir on -the ngpiidn include tin? appointi-.icnt of H i-fidiilar fii-t'uinn and a p,-ii-i, time a:!E*:=r-or, ael ion nn a ;;upi>rnnnjer- ury poJicimnn's pe:iiion, aulliurinn- tion of the pnrchasp of a hook and ladder iruclt for '.In- fire di-p:\r(- ir.enl, and numiiit; uf a |mrk eom- mis.sion. ru'.ibor in to about of crude !li<' U.S. in 50-11 amounte 775,000 ions. Annual diphthi-ria donlh r.-itu hn- de.-re:isod from -13 per njo/nio in JOO l\) J.r, in ]'J."!I. M. Barry Kce.gan WKOIUN'O rurOTOGUAPHY 108 IJank ftit. Watcrhury Jones M(irj,':ui IJIdfj. Tel. 4-0:iS< SPECIAL! BABY WALKERS • . $598 MKTAI, Hi'ff. -fO.98 BEACON KEDDIE CENTER 73 GRAND STREET \Vatorl)iiry FI.1R O1.AXING UL CHAIR Willi Qiii-oii Anno IX?K«. Vmir chnico tit cover- \Vi' lnvi(« you to come ill iilld si-c what WK have to offer In FURNITURE YOU'D LOVE TO HAVE IN YOUR HOME We have the kind of Furniture you. enjoy living witli —high, quality furniture—comfortable—modern. We know you couldn't get any FINER furniture anywhere than the kind we'd like to show you. :;: Come in—and let us explain juit why we can sell you BETTER New Furniture for less. No obligation. We -Allow You ONE YEAR TO PAY M;»lcn nny choice you wish—In any .•smount—und tujte :t fill) yesir In pa3 ' - ' 1 Grand St. _r or . s. Main Opon Monday H for Yom* Con von inn oo PLACE MATS PAPER PLATES + f*-^r^**^f*t*^* f ^*r^*r^ NAPKINS - CUPS ***•* f-t*--f^^+-^&-*r^r^t>-^jr,^4 TABLE COVERS Gifts and Cards For All Occasions | SWEENEY'S i :ART and STATIONERY j STORE ] Ve.iry nuililliiff Clniroh St. j Vacuum Cleaners Klftctricul Spi'cinliHls AT SWAN'S 2074 - IS Church St. Tot -t.'il Nn. .Main SI.. Tel. .1K07 Union Citr lTS Ill-WAV C<RlI-t.e noi. Sontli Main St. r J):iily Dinner 5oc up Carte flfonu i Tn T.-ilco Out Koom, Coi:l;t;iil Lo Full J-ifji:or Jwlcon.se GUS SMOKE SHOP -102 Nortli M:iin St. Union City Gus Klimaszcwsld, Prop. ai-'iR-nnincs - J'eriodlcals All Ncw.s"piipcrs - Candy Smokers' Supplies, Novetles, etc. Steady, interesting work making our famous Keds, Gaytees, and other quality footwear Now Available FOR WOMEN Apply at our Employment Office Rubber Ave. at Water St. UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Footwear Plant Naugatuck Conn. HARD TO GET? NOT HERE GUMl.-YNTKKl) POCKET WATCHES .. Ino, Tax Tust the Watch for Work or IMny Murphy EXTERIOR & All Sue Our Tjirjfo Shrfk «it LAWN and GARDEN SEEDS alKO All Kinds of Fertilizers KS FOR GARDEN and LAWN SHOVELS (lonR: and short litindle.s) RAKES F-S — SPADES c PKUNFNC srrrcAR.s 9 G1EASS SHKAKS CANS, Inc. Maple St. Tel. 3507

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