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Monday, May 23, 1977
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* Town Committees Expected To Meet In Near Future Tho pro-cnmpnlgn political pot probably will comn to n slow nlm- moi' In Njuigntuck (lurlnrr tho next wpok. with mooting* of Republican and Onmocrntle town commlllcon | Mlllvlllo cxpnctod to ho culled for tho pur-1 dance. What's Doing In Naugatuck A calendar of events foi today, tomorrow and every day AUGUST 10 Athletic Association pone of for th of clologntog to convon n CdiicUdOH will bo hole 20 nccordlns to i>. not ii|> by tho ntutn contrnl commit tft> to out tor thn Domocr/itlc jitnto i\nt . No (Into him boon Chairman *C h u r I o H i Is oxpootod to call hh toK«'.hcr l.o flncltlii upon proentluro for tho miming of tho clnln>f/itp«. A now town comrnlttoo (lino will bo oloctotl August 20, Dcmocrntle Town G n m m I t t n o C'hfilrrrmn Daniel''J, Culliihiin IH Awaiting word from Chnlrmnn John MnOuIro concerning ciuinun dnttt.t. Tho cluto of the Democratic jit/itc ronvnnllon hns bnun aot lit .Srpfonibrr Hl-17, hafno nthoj' duton hnvf hnon OMtAbllMhod. Nor h/«t tho local Dnmocnitlc town committee given uny Inrlni'xnmontM. Tho Copuhllciin Iowa cqjjjmlttoo MIL* Indnrxnrl tho ciincllcldcy of Rop. ,/iw>f>h I'',, Tnlbot ttir governor, /mcl of Jiimrn T, Piitt«ir.ion for congi'oiiH- mnn from the Fifth District. Oth^r olTlco'i In which Nnugiituok will hiivo purtlculiir locul Intornut »ro the Judge of probato, two ropi'n- xnntntlvnn find u nonutor In tho f "on n t-c 11 nn l loglslnt u rn. Haddam Woman Gets Reappointment Hiirtfortl, Aug. 10— (UPl— Govnt nor Miildwln tin* rnnppolntotl Mm. John Wowloy clans of Methodist church outing at Zpttlcmoycr residence Hillside nvonutj. Augimt H Local >15 Union Meeting. VFW Family Clambake and Out- Inf.-, Schlldgon'«. 11 a. m. to 6 p. in. Young Peoplo'n Bocloty of Metho- cllal church outing nt Lake Quaaua- P'lUg. Red Cross Plans Another Class For Mothers Because of the groat Interest shown In tho previous Expectant Mothers' Class concluded July 18th, and given under the health supervision program of the local Red Cross, another such class Is now being formed. This new class will start August 15th, at the Whlt- '.emore Homestead, 361 Church street. 'The purpose of the class Is to Instruct expectant mothers in icvcrnl phases of prenatal care, from the Importance of obtaining '.hrough the' physical and omotton- throug hthe physical and emotional changes which take place in the mother during that period. Finul clasHcs.s will take up the after-cure of mother and baby after return from the hospital, along with guidance in the emotional •iml physicn) care of the infant, also suggestions on how to develop huppy normal children through proper home environment and play. Borough Native Was Prisoner Of Russians And Nazis Women's Activities—Personal and Social PAGE 3—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY, AUG. 10, UM Noble-Gdrrity Nuptials Today At St. Francis' to the banked D. RiiMHDll of f-f/iddiim mi lBHlrinni- of Mldctloanx ctninty. M™, rui.Mfinll, whft In n mom hd r of* Mniiiin of flopronontAllvAs, wim to tho pooltlon tin tin Intor- Im ivpjiolntinont hy thn governor In Juno of liint your. Itor ronp- polntmnnt WI\H muflo following ru- ront court <lonl.'ilon» which ln<llcnt- cd thfie Htu:h (ippofntmontH In ip-in woro mogul. ' • • • ' Cornelius Danaher Is 76 Years Old Tvtorlrkn, Aug. l(V--fUr')—Foi'mnr Stiitc Nnhoi 1 ConmilHHlonoi' Cor- nolluH Dumihi-r IH 71) yours "Id to-1 rln.v. Hii «n.y.i ho fool.* hulo /mcl hourly im<l >1 'o<>nrt<U)nt of indny rriorn Planning Group To Hold Meeting Next Week The podtponocl mooting of the Planning Comml.i.ilon Is expected to tnko placo no.xt week at n date to ho annmincod 'Monday 'by Warden Loo J. Brophy, chairman ex ofllclo. Tho He.islon was cancelled Thurscliiy of thiH wook due to n conflict with the monthly mect- 'ng of the hoard of education. The group will consider three .•onstructlon mnttors, the proposed erection of n now high school, ns •ocommonclod In a report of tho •ocont Mchool survey; n community Vfomorlnl Auditorium, proposed by fical vutornnii. and nn iirmory. Brothers Buy The City Lunch The City Lunch, 318 North Main!"' tho.ape of 11 with his parents troot. IIIIM boon Hold to three Wa- ! f01 ' Austrlu-Hungary. Althovigh he James Glbran, 25, of SO Anderson street, a native of Naugi.ituck, who was hold prisoner of both the Russians and Oermnns during and after tho war, recently returned to the borough. Residing with his sister, Mrs. Constantino Andrews, he tells of tho hardships ho underwent In establishing klcntiflcntlon to return to this country, because both his citizenship papers and birth certificate were confiscated by the i AuatrliinH. Mo loft the United States Escorted by hor father white gladioli and 'palm altar of St. Francis' church this morning, Miss Patrliila Aj-linc Garrity, 27 Fredericks street,' daughter of Mrs, George E. Garrity of Cleveland, Ohio, and Christopher J.' Garrity of Brooklyn, N, Y., became the bride of Charles Joseph Noble, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Noble, 170 Aatna street tcrhury brothers, John, Jeff and ni/,o Muotona of Hamilton avenue, according to a deed filed In the ofllco of tho town cleric, Tho restaurant wa« purchased from George Hynon and Sam Cluvln. lilrthday fJanahoi 1 tia.VM tho tlmo In m'arlrig whoti labor nan nxpnct a tihdi'liii' wnnk and Chat, a I'ou.innabln com- prnmlHo nan bo oxpoctod In nvory ill.tpnmd in.MUo, VVATKKIIIIKY KAKICHS Wn.lnrbu.iy, Aug. 8—- (LT P)~A mooting will he held tomomnv In nn effort to stiivo off n threatened .ttrlko of 200 umployc.M of two hiik- Inff compnnlo.s, OlllclfUs of tho Con- orul. Gnklnu company, and the Continental Knklng company will moot with unlnn mon' nncl roprosontntlvcs of tho Stnto Board of Madlatlon nnd. Arhltvullon 't'ho workers arc do- muncllng «n 18 i-2 cents an hour WIU. INVI28TIGATE Hartford, Aug. 0—So-callod "swindle jihi'rttfi' 1 of traveling •Htato of- flclalH aro going to ho subjec-tcd to closor ncrutlny. State Finance CommlMtilon':! 1 Jamos B. Lowoll rc- portn that t?lllH for travel and hotol ucconimodiitlonH run about $200,000 a your. "Thin Is too much," said Iiowi'll, "Wo aro going to do every- ha.s not heard from his parents in throe yeai's, he bullevcs they are .still alive, and is making the effort to ascertain their whereabouts, SENTENCE COMMUTED Boston, Aug. S —(UP)—Attorney John F. Noxon Jr. and his wife will bo reunited today for the first time since his death sentonco .was commuted. The wealthy Pfttsflctd man's, sentence was changed to life' Imprisonment by Governor Maurice J. Tobln and tho executive council. Though a Plttsficld Jury convicted him. of the'death of hl.M Infant son, Noxon still • protests that ho Is Innocent, ' MRS, CHABtKS J. XOBLE, JR. The double ring ceremony was performed by tho Rev, Albert Tay- 1'ROGRAMS CAV^T2LKD . Boston. Aug. 9—(UP)—On the job programs for war veterans hnvo been canceled in 20 Mass achusnttw plants beciiuso of alleged Irregularities, And- 40 other concerns hnvc boon warned to Improve training fncllltlts. Tho . Boston olllec of the Veterans Administration chnrgcs thnt vetcranis received no training In the 20 plants, thnt they were used in most, cases fis cheap Inbor. Suzanne Silvercruys Stevenson Seeks GOP Congressional Nomination which followed. cling music was provided by • Miss Francos Biggins at the organ, with Daniel Sweuney as soloist, singing "Ave Maria" and "P«nls Angellcus.' Attendants were Miss Mary Ellen Penrose, cousin of the bride, serving as maid of honor ,and Edward J. Matulis of Waterbury, a vctercn of the Army, as best man. Bride's Attlro Tho brldfi was attired in a white bridal gown designed with a Spanish lace bodice, scalloped neckline, cap sleeves, short 'scalloped 1 peplum n.t waist and full net skirt.' 'Her /Ingertlp veil edged with- scalloped Spanish lace was arrnnced fr'om"a crown of orange 'blossoms, -arid' she wore elbow length wblto lace.mitts. Her white prayerbook was 'marked with streamers of white rosebuds .incl stophanotls. Her maid of .honor .wore A yellow gown featuring a tuffetn bodice, sweetheart neckline, cap sleeves and full net skirt. Her elbow length mitts wore trimmed with net.and she wore a headdress of yellow gladioli, and .blue delphinium^ and she carried • a garden 'bouquet of the same flowers. The bride's mother attended in nn aqua nnd black plint, match- Ing accessories, hat of pink roses and corsage of pink rosebuds, and the bridegroom's mother wore a navy blue crepe 1 ) navy and white necessaries and a corsage of mixed I sweet peas,. At a reception for the immediate Local Man In Out-Of-Town Wedding Today The Middlebury Congregational church will be the scene of a bridal this evening at 6 o'clock when marriage vows will be exchanged ' between Miss Phyllis Gloria Stauffcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Stauffer of Whlttemore road, Middlebury, and WilHam Barto, Jr., son of Mrs, Mary Barto, 32 Hoadley street. The Rev. Hiltner will perform the double ring ceremony as the bride Is given In marriage by her father. The bride, to be attired in a pastel aqua mesh dress, white hat with shoulder length aqua veil, white accessories and a corsage of white gladioli and stephanotis, will bo attended by Miss Betty Warner of Waterbury, as maid of honor. William Fenske of Highland avenue will act as best man. The attendant will wear a pink mesh dress, pink hat matching accessories and a corsage of pink roses and delphinium. The church altar will be banked with bouquets of mixed gladioli and traditional wedding'music will be provided on the organ. Following the ceremony a reception for 40 will be held at the home , of the'bride's parents, with the j bride's mother receiving in a g'rey ' flowered jersey, block accessories and a corsage of pink roses and picardy gladioli. The 'Bridegroom's mother-will wear a li^ht blue Jersey dress, black 'and white accessories and a corsage of pink roses and picardy gladioli. Out-of-town guests will be from Pennsylvania. The couplc plan a wedding trip Salem Lutheran Scene Of Bridal This Afternoon In a double ring ceremony this afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Salem Lutheran church, Miss Henrietta Marie Langell, daughter of Mrs. Walter Miller, 45 Aetna street, will become the bride of Anthony Joseph Salvatore, son of Airs. Flor- Prospect. The Rev. William R. enco Salvatore of Matthew street, Frendbcrg will perform the core- mony as the brid« is given in marriage by her uncle, Robert Sanci- blom. The brido will appear before the gladioli, snowball and mixed garden flower banked altar in a while ny- Entertained At Summer Cottage Mrs. J. W. McDcrmott recently entertained a-t her cottage at Southbury. Among those present were: Mrs. Francis Scully, Mrs. Andrew McDermott, Mrs. Joseph Kane, Mrs, John P. Kissane, Mrs. Tracy Broen, Mrs. James Thurston, Mrs. Andrew 'VanDelft, Mrs. Raymond Donnelly, Mrs. Edward Rcilly, Mrs. Joseph Gallagher, Miss Hcl- cne McDermott. (Alive Ewlng Thomaaon of Texas In the absence of Chairman Andrew May. „ Ten states in which legtelftturcs met in regular sessions in 1943 also had special legislative terms during 1942, Marine Auxiliary Meeting Wednesday A meeting of the Women's auxiliary of the Marine Corps League will be held Wednesday evening, Aug. 14 at S o'clock ,in tho American Legion Memorial Home. 21 Cedar street, with Mrs- John T. Gran-t, presiding. Any women in the borough eligible for memberships are invited to attend. HENRIETTA M. LANGELt to New York, city, and upon its; '°n faille princess style bridal ROW completion will reside at 32 Hoad-;'designed with^ a. seeded ^pcat Icy street. The bride is a. graduate of Wilby -High School and is employed In the Waterbury office of the Connecticut Light & Power Co. Mr. Barto attended Naugatuck High school and is employed by a construction concern. NORWALK, Conn. — Tho colorful, celebrity-studded Connecticut hillside, abode of the brightest, stars of tho opera, stntfe, screen nncl rndi», now offers to the politico! scene Suznnnc SUvercruy.s Stevenson, one of the world's most prifted sculptors, Mrs. Stevenson, wife of Lieut, Col. Edward Ford Stevenson, n motion picture producer in civilinn life, hns been endorsed by her home town Tlcpubllcnn commiUee, ns .iiiccc&ior I" 'n° glamorous Clnrc Boothe Luce of ftrecnwich, who is not o enruli- dftle tor ronominntion. Author, lecturer, portrait pnlnt- ft, muslcinn, socinl worker—Mrs, Stevenson hna hncl n dozen cnreevs nncl been successfully productive in nil—she hos been knighted by * king, decorated by three governments, but Is pleased beyond words thnt her Norwnlk neighbors think enough of her to endorse her for Congress, Her personal chnrm, forthright mnnncr of speech, nnd the mfifllc of her Angers ns she hns sculpted the heads of persons in her audiences throughout Fnlrfleld County (•Uh Congressional district), hovn swept the countryside. Political lenders believe she will be nominated by acclamation on the convention floor next month, Although this Is her first venture Into politics os n candidate, politics ore not new to thl» extraordinarily Rifted woman, Mrs, Stevenson nns been nn nrdent worker for the Republican P«rty since her naturalization In 1022, nnd hns taken the stump for presidential elections. candidates In four In 1028. she was called buck from her work In Paris by the Into J. Henry Horoback. Republican boss In Connecticut for many ycnrs, to campaign for Herbert Hoover. Four yonrs later, she wns nn alternate delegate from Connecticut to tho Republican national convention in Chicago. She took the lecture platform for Republican cnndidntcs-ln 1032 nncl 1036, nnd when Wendell will- kle wos the presidential nominee in 1940, she toured tho country in his behtilf. Her bust of Mr. Wlllklc, for which he posed, Is one of hor best known, But her admiration for him goes 'beyond her artistic and political Interest In the man. She herself adheres to his doctrine of One World, nnd believes the United Nations Is its only solvn- tlon, She has a burning desire to nd- vtince some of the theoriw oi Mr. Wlllkic, and works feverishly towards spreading information concerning the need for a world federation, . ' families nt Sullivan's Inn, decorated with white gladioli nnrt delphinium, the couplc cut their wedding cake, which was ornamented with decorations u.sod ( by the bride's pntcrnal grandparents. The couplo left on a weddlnp; trip to Rhode I.Hlfiml,"Capc Cod nnd the Whlto Mountains, the bride's traveling ensemble bclns: an aqua frubar- cllnc suit, pink accessories nnd cor- of frlaclloll and stephanotis. Diana Pliskin Bride Tomorrow In Home Event At a noon wcddinp tomorrow to be iheld at'.-tho home of the bride's parents, 1 . Mls's-Dlano Pliskin, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs.'Albert Pliskin, 125 Millyille' avenue will be married to Bernard Klatzkin son of Joseph Klatzkin; of Rabbi Seymour Gerowivz of Waterbur* wll perform the ceremony as the bride is given in'marriage by her father. .• Attired In a fuchsia dress, pink feathered hat with matching veil and a corsage of pink giadiolas anc rosebuds the bride will be attended by her sister, Mrs. Jesse Lieberman as' matron of honor, who will a grey dress and rod acccssorie* and a corsage of American beauty roses, Donald Klatzkin will serve as his brother's best mnn. Following the ceremony a reception for 125 will be held at the home, with the bride's mother receiving In a grey print dress with black accessories. Out-of-town guests will attend from New York, Now Jersey, Now Haven, Seymour, An.sonia, Derby, New Britain, Miami Boach Fla., Milford and West Ha- sweetheart neckline, long sleeve terminating at a. point at th wrists, fitted bodice and long train Her full lengh veil will be attachei to a tiara of seeded pearls and sh will carry a cascade of whit gladioli ,roses and swansonia, Musical Poogram The musical service will be in charge of Herbert Bohlin, organist and soloist will be Eldon Rohs, whc will sing "Because" and "I Lov Truly." Harriet Anderson of Waterbury will serve as maid of honor, anc Ruth J. Shea, R. N.. of Terryville will be the bridesmaid. Frank Sal vatorc will act as his brother's best man, and ushering will be Rober Anderson and Burtoin Yezierski both of Waterbury. Tho maid of honor will be attired in a lemon yellow marquisette over taffeta gown, princess style, fashioned, with a sweetheart neckline with pleated ruffle from shoulder to hem.'Her matching shoulder length veil' will be caught . to a tiara of daisies and bachelor buttons, and she will carry a colonial bouquet of pastel flowers edged wih bachelor buttons. i The bridesmaid will wear an Alice blue gown identical with that of Che maid of honor's, matching s,houl- dcr length veil and similar bouquet. The bridegroom's mother will attend in a black silk crepe dress with Alice Blue accessories. A reception will be held for 150 at the home of the bridegroom's mother, with out-of-town guests from. Nfiugaluck, Waterbury, Terryville, F.armington, Bristol, New Haven Cheshire and Forestville. The couple plan a wedding trip GOING ON A TRIP Washington, Aug. 10—Members of the House Military Affairs Committee take off today for a six-week ;our of Army bases in Alaska, the Pacific, and the far cast. The ranking committee member is rcprcscn- PICTURES Any Home Can Use NEW PICTURES You'll Find A Large Variety Here— LARGE OR SMALL MIRRORS, TOO GTFT ANNEX On The Balcony Tho Card and Gift Shop SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE Neury Building Church 64. MONDAY MORNING "SPECIALS" at MURPHY'S WHITE CROCKERY COFFEE CUPS 5c The couple plan a wcddinp trip to I to Niagara Falls and Canada, the ••few York city, the bride traveling n a black suit with black acccs Upon their return they will reside U or | cs , Upon their return they wjl rtlOt^^KrAt....'. l». n ..t < .- ... - * at 214 Water street. Mrs. Noble is an employe ot the Naugntuck Dally News, nnd thn bridegroom, a veteran of the U. S. Army of three years service, two OF which were In the European theater of operations, is an employe of the W. J, Mepin. Inc. Recent Bride Shower Guest Suzanne Silvercruys Stevenson of East Norwalk, at work in her studio on a garden fountain in the Italian medieval manner. "The 13 sovereign states became the United States," she says. "Why is it Impossible, then, to consider separate governments as a United Nations?" Despite her hours of effort in building for herself a woll- plnnned political platform, winning the nomination is no life or death matter to this experienced woman in public life. "The important thing," she says, "is thnt the Republicans win this election. That is-what we must concentrate' on." From time to time, she lias found in her Fairflcld County audiences, men and women, who have Congressional aspirations of their own, She has always promised to give freely of her talents and energy in their cause, if' thoy succeed rather than herself, m winning the npmination. Considered a liberal in this conservative State, she refuses to be motivated by promise of political assistance from her ultra-conservative, millionaire neighbors, L>e«5 P itc an-early life of- luxury as the daughter of tho president of the Supreme Court of Belgium, the late Baron Silvercruys. she has always had n deep sympathetic feeling for the unfortunate , she had advo- catc'd.- a division of profits as a' fair solution to the labor-manace- mont difficulties. She firmly believes that capital is entitled to a fair profit on its investment, but she is just as vigorous in her insistence that labor should share in large revenues after expenses arc deducted for operation and improvements. She blames capital for the upswing in labor activity, but fears the pendulum has now swung too far to tho left and believes labor may lose some of its gains unless it rights itself, Mrs. Stevenson is currently at work on a scries of portrait busts of outstanding American military leaders, and will soon exhibit the scries for charity. Among her sitters so far, have been Generals Spaatz, Doolittle. Wainwright, Bradley, MacAulifTc, Admirals Leahy and King, and General Vandcrgrift, USMC. General Patton's head, done from pictures, has been enthusiastically viewed by Mrs. Fatten. When the exhibition is completed, it will include some 20 heads, among which will be Generals Eisenhower, MacArthur, Clark, Arnold, and Admirals Nimitz and Halsey. Connecticut, proud of its contributions to industry, the entertainment field, and tho professions, predicts a most colorful and brilliant career in the Nation's capital for Mrs. Stevenson, its adopted daughter. A currency shower was held rc- 'contly in honor of Mrs. Leonard French nt McGivith'.i restaurant, Wntcrburv, Mrs. Potcr Connolly and Mrs. Marie Dowllnfj were hostesses. Mrs. French, tho former Anno Connolly of Waterbury, was married July 20 to Leonard French of Beacon Palls. Mrs. P. J. Marshall. Mrs. 'J. M. O'Shca and Mrs. Howard Jones, all of Beacon Palls, were among the shower quests. *++++++++** M. Barry Keegan FAMILY PHOTOGKA I'HKR JOS Bunk St. Waterbury Jonofl Morgan Bldff. Tel. 4-5384 *+++*+++*+******+* reside at 125 Millvllle avenue. Tho brido is' a graduate of Scy mour High school and the bridC' groom graduated- frnm Millhoust High school, New Haven, He servet In the U. S, Army for three years of which time two years were in the Pacific. He is now manager of Pop's Liquor store. Surgical Patient Recuperating Miss Florence Hanlcy of High street, is recuperating at St. Mary's hospital, following' an operation. You'll S-a-y .'. . "Our laundry bundle 'is superb" Dial Waterbury 4-4106 A MERICAKI ; i / \ />;.•» • ™ 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. ' --^Xi-jSiXj PINAFORES J $169 Ceiling Pric«, $2.49 | A quick glance proves these even surpass the value? you rx- ptel to find at Murphy's. Fine washable chnmbrayi «nd gingham* in checks, itripcs, pltids. 12 to 20. JO WATER PAILS 39c WASH TUBS $139 »*-^*v»«*»-»**»*^****» Large covered Galvanized Garbage Cans $129 JLITTLETOTS SUN SUITS . Sl.OS Value 39c TOlf)AY ONLY! MEWS Athletic Shirts 55 to 4* 49c bride traveling in nn rsjrgshell Palm Beach suit, witlh coco brown accessories and a corsage of sweetheart roses. Following Hicir'trip they will reside on Matthew street. Prospect. The bride is a graduate of Naugn.- tuck High school, attdndod Al- bcrtus Magnus college, Perry Business college and is a graduate of St. Mary's hospital School of Nursing. Tho bridegroom Loavonworth High school. Now Available at Androphy's EMERSON 3-WAY PORTABLE RADIO Buttery, AC, DC...Ovcrnn' grill of dnrnlile nictnl with precision dial...Sturdy, weatherproof nnd powerful for nil condition* of (Travel nnd outings. Complete with butteries $47.80 413 Ao. Main St. Union City \ TeL 6401 STRATTON'S RESTAURANT 18-20 Park Place • Open Daily Until 1 A. M. • DAILY LUNCHEONS • AND DINNERS • A Z.A CARTE JVD5NT7 Dining Room, food Bar and Booth Service Full Liquor License . COME TO MURPHY'S FOR YOUR SUPPLYI Sheerest Rayons JUST SEE HOV/ LOVELYI 86c fair These hose really call for superlatives! They're sheer beauty' in the store! Sheerest p c r r" c c t i o n on your legs. Come in today to get your supply in the newest seasonable shades. Slitcn 0 to JO l-Z. G. C. Murphy Co

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