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YOU'RE TELLING ME! By WIUIAM RITT • Central Pr ess Writer THTC GUY who suffnwa **^*^»»f*>^»s».**j^*«^»^r*^*»^*'j^«fc*s»***»*j.»<sr»»«*jv»^»jsj^^^^»«»^«.»d what currently pnsacs for honcl- gear tor tho Rlrlii ought to recollect It's only bocn savornl gonorn lions since the frnla wcro chuckling over tho ne*» of the mnlo ohnpcnu. As recent as Abe Lincoln'* day ifie stove pipe hut [lour- inhtd. And only Abe could wear it with dignity. i t r A «tn>ury botoro that the w«||. dr«u«d dandy wor» moro foafh- •ri on hit hot than you'd find In a klng-idto pillow. During tho Middle Agos tho fflBhloaublo hondplooo WUH made of iitool nnd It covered ft fol- iow'ii entire noggin, OC course he wore with it a matching suit of gnlvnnlzod metal. • ******* Fraternal NAUGATUCK NEWS (COKN.), TUESDAY, AUG. 13, 194A—1»AGB 3 ancient Romans set. off their bald domes with .t wreath of laurel leaves. The effect was that of an over-sized mushroom pcckinz up through sprigs Of ivy. i i ; Tho Eoypllans thought tho last word In hoadoocir wai lomolhlna that looked lilto o Turkish fowej which mado them look as though they had just emerged from a Turkish both. i ; ' j Tho Cavo Man didn't wcnr' any hnt fit nil. In Its place he Imd u chrysanthemum haircut that hunf; down so low he was hardly distinguishable from a sheep clo£, Bandit Posed As Policeman In New Haven Miss Chicago 1946 N»'W Hftvtn Autf. 10 -(U l' J )~-A ImridU pOMlnK mi u policeman I.M l»!li>« soucht «rt<>r u $13on hold-up fit tlm Triddln HOUHII riidtiuirunt. Thi' rtiiiliiiiriint m<imiffrr— Jumna Smith Hiilil ihir thlof claimed lio WIIM fin dinner nIT duty mil line tick- I't-i An 1 tin- pillion fiiiM tiny. When Smith unlocked his safri ro >:lv« the liuntllt chunjiK for n $.'.'<! bill, tho man Haiti, "['II tttlsn It fill," Tlmn hn riourlnhi!<l n. jftui, ihc i!(iMh ,nncl run out, A Local Lady Spit Up Acid Liquids For Hours After Eating Krir hiiurji uj'tcr i-vm-y mful, n local Uuly umxl to »[>lt up <i iitroiiK- fiolcluloiiH llf|iiU| rnlxucl with plwCuH of hiilf-dltriDittid I'ciixl. .Mini fiiiyn It WttM HWl'tll. At tllllUM MllO WOlllll nimrly iitrun^U'. Him hud utontfir.'h blout, dully hiiiuluchoM unU conntuut, liTPKuliti 1 |j(3W(^l uctliin. 'I'otliiy, l.hlM liuly iiut>i tiur niuals tirul (mjoyji llmni. And she nnyt> tho chanKi' l,-i tliin to UUIiiK KRti-flKt.P, No ifUM. lil'nit or iiplttlni; tip lifter rutifi|.r. Him IM nlKO rrt'ii or houditchus now, urid huwolH urn riiKulur, thuiiku tu IhIn Hi'iiiurkiihln ,Vcw CVifiipritni'l. i ICrjU-KKM 1 contnliiM 12 Oi'iu I Fdirtjii; tliny diuvniii' husvrl.-i, l: li'iir| >;nti fi'tini !itoii\H<.'li, net mi ,M|UUK'I. ! 'I I IJviii 1 Hurl kldnny.s. Ml.'ini'.'iblit [,"i... I pic tiddn rod [llfl'i'i'ont till fiVi-r. f- don't (;" "n siulTcirlng: r;nt I'lLT flKr.I 1 '. HtJkl hy nil dru>r ntori-s he In N'ntiifiiUicU. •••Adv. M. Barry Keegran Or, A MO UK TtlOTOOKAI'IIV ; 108 Ilimic Mt. Wiitcrlmry Joni'N Mnreiui Hldjr. Ti-l, >IT « J | ~Jl 20';;. OKI.' r-o I),vi- Vmir VKTKKANS i, (.'lollies I TEWBRUSKI S*Qt tiitiiimmfiilStESS&KXkWLi'x-'l •Idl NM. Alnln HI, Trl. 1IHII7 Itnlnn <.'!(>• l-'niin u fli'ld uf M rnntcHtiiiUs In Chlciiso, Cltirl.s Ix'iichiiiun, 2l), Kvaiiston, 111., was olinsun as "Miss ChWnro." Slir'll compi-ti- for Ihn tillc of "Miss America" at tin- unniial tuliMit mill liuiiuty puc- i-iiiit to iin held nest month in Atliintlc f'lly, >'ci>- Jursoy. <In- VENETIAN BLINDS Hi Nti,i.|,, Thrrv Uny I) t'II v <'? LEBON'S VHNNTIAN IIM.MI) (.'(I. J7II .No, Mnln , S r rRATTON'S RESTAURANT 18-20 Park Place Opun Dully l/ntll i A. M, • IMII.Y Uf.VCIIKONS • ANO IJINNI'IKS • A I.A C'AKTK MIJNU Dlllllif,' Kiiiini, I''iioil llitr mill linoth Si'rvlco Full Iiiqnor License You'll S-a-y . . . "Our laundry bundle is superb" Dial Waterbury 4-410G A MERICA /..I I \I>K I ' , Seaman Kalinowski Released By Navy Scunuin 1-c Stanley W, Kalinow- nl<f, 170 Sprint; street, has been illMchnrKf'l from the U. S. Nuvy nt .'In- (j. S. Nimil Personnel Separation Crntr-r, T,klo Bench, Long Inl- nifl, N. V, Mass Friday To Honor St. Rocco A MIIM.M in honor af St, Rncco will In- cM-lchrntnd Prldriy morning, Aug. Hi at 7:HO o'clock in St. li'riincl.s 1 rhurcli HM I'cquo.Mted hy Mr. and .Vrn. I'mnk .Sun Arigulo, 1!)1 South Main HtrC'ot. PARKER '51' Pen <fe Pencil Sets . . Pens $12.50 . . Sets 917.50 CCHNEER C ^CREDIT JEWELERS^ 162 South Moln St. — 4 2206 STYLE VENETIAN BLIND SHOPPE X?> Sprlni; 1 St., Union City Ti<l. Nmitf. (1111 — Wnt, 4-MM Steady, interesting work making 1 our famous Keds, Gaytoos, and other quality footwear Now Available FOR WOMEN Apply at our Employment Office Rubber Ave. at Water St. UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Footwear Plant Nauffatuck CoM ' Woman's Club \Bride-To-B0 Shower Guest Gets Gold Star In Cloth Drive A frold star has been awarded tho Naugatuck Woman's club for its activity In collecting materials by the yard for clothing: for the chil- •.li'en ot Greece, It was announced today by Mrs. Leon Smi-th, chairmen of the foreign relief committee of tho club. A campaign to collect various materials for thu clothing was conducted by '.ho club last'sprlnff. Another project has been under- aken by the club, that of sending IOXCH of food co specific families n Holland. The second shipment is now underway. Committee is charge of thin project includes: Mrs. J. Harry Peter- ion. Mrs. Paul Elliott, Mrs. Stewart Luques and Mrs. John Vanassc. Georgia Residents Visiting Here -Mrs. Honry ' J. Sutcllffo nnd JflUL'htcr, Marjorle, of Savannah, ., arc visiting Mrs. Sutcliffe's lister, Mrs, Aithur Dawnos and father, David Beecbcr, 05 Oak itroct. Recent Visitors In New Jersey Mr, and Mrs. Edtfnr Wyn.lt, S3 Walnut Btrool. and daughters, Jane, Mariii/i and Helen, wore recent i.'ue.sts of Mr. Wyatt's sinter, Mr.'i. Nelson D. Hondershot at her cot- tjij;c at Cranberry Lakes, N. J. _Miss Juno Wytitt of Nosv Yr,rk. "ity, is fiiH'ndinf,' a month's vacn- j...,., „,,.,. tion with IHM-parents at thulr camp I 'DiPioiro lit Bantam Lake. | Mr ... Catherine A surprise miscellaneous shower was hold recently by. Mrs. :John Ha'ck&tt and Miss Betty Hackett at their homo on New Haven road In honor of Miss'Evelyn Schmitz, 1 Now Haven road, who will be married Aup;. 2-1 to John W. Mondich of Rubber avenue. - : Amonjj those attending were: Mrc. Harry Schmitz, Mrs. Albert Booth, Mrs .Jacob Mercy, Mrs. John Fruin, Mrs. Lois Boyd', Mrs. Stewart Eoyd, Mrs. Marie Zehnder, Alr.s. WillJnm Mutcalf, Mrs. , Herman Kchnder, Mrs. Prank O'Donnel!, Mrs. Warren Booth, Mrs. G. VV. Wiilkoski, Mrs. Mabel 'Ogilvie, Mrs. William Popko, Mrs. Andrew Van Delft, Mrs, Armln Schnder, Mrs. Josej)h 2uhndcr, Mrs.. Maude Tripp, Mrs. Charles Price, Mrs- Ala Wilkins,-and Mrs. August Zehnder. Mrs. Robert Zehnder, Mrs. W. S. Clnrk, Mrs. Henry J5rk. Mrs. George Zicfflor, Mrs. James Scliaff, Misses Sophie Zehnder, Joan Bunker, Grace Booth, Elaine Hackett, Lavurn .ZcifflL-i- and Rita Popke. Mrsi. Joseph Velms, Mrs. Michael H.Mtnuluk, Mrs Andrew Weaver, Misses Harriet Vclms, Jean Velms, Ann Hamulak, all of Ansonia',' and Mrs. Herman Beckrrmn, New Haven. Mrs. Joseph LeVccchia of Wa- tprbui-y, was hostess at a , b2-idal shower recently held at her home In honor of Miss Schmitz. Those attending wore: Mrs. Harry SchmitK, Mrs. Marie Zehnder, Mrs. Helen Hotchkiss, Mrs. 'Afrnes Mondich, Mrs, Anna Melato, Mrs, Rose Rohurjfo, Mrs. Thomas Mor- Mi-o. Delia Manno, Mrs. Ralph Elmer Stauffer Weds In Maine* • Mr,s. Grace Mitchell of Etna, Me., announces the marriage other daughter, Thelma Rowena, to Elmer Thompson Stauffer of Osborne road, which took place Aug. •I in Farmington, Me. The couple recently visited Mr. Stauffer's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stauffer of Osborne road, and are now spending several days with ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson of Covington, Ohio, former Naugatuck residents. . Mr. • and Mrs. Stauffer will re- .side in Maine, where Mr. Stauf- Cer will attend the University of Maine, in 'Orono. Three Couples Plan Wedding-s Three couples have filed marriage intentions in the olfice of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John. They are; John William Mondich, 157 Rubber avenue, and Eveiyn Gertrude Schmitz, New Haven road, who plan to marry Aug. 24; Francis Thomas Plankey, Seymour, and Patricia Kilduff, 53 Oak street, who will \ved Aug. 17; David Hayes, 135 Gorman street, ancj Mildred McNamee, 135 Gorman street, who will be married Aug. 24. Ramona Council Meeting Tonight A regular meeting of Ramona council, Degree of Pocahontne, vvil, be held tonight in Odd Fellows na',1 it S o'clock. Shower Honors Future Bridef A currency shower recently was held in honor of Miss Patricia Kilduff, 53 Oak street,' who will be married Saturday to Corp. Francis Plankey of Seymour. Among those attending 1 were: Mrs. Patrick Crotty, Mrs. Harold Corcey, Margaret Conway, Joan Dorcey. Mrs. Samuel Harper, Matilda Statz, Mary Simmons, Mrs. Henry Rodman, Mrs. Daniel Tynan, Mrs. Marshall Plankey, Mary Plankey. Mrs. Edward LaPrise, Mrs. Jo- ieph Tamsy, Mrs, Joseph Giynn, Mrs. Marie Paul, Mrs. Charles Price, Mrs. Mary Bailey, Mrs. Wil- .iarn, Stahl, Mrs. Belle Warner, Mrs.' George WiKglesworth, Mary Strong 1 , Myrtle Smith, Mary Sulivan, Ann Daly, Margaret Clancy, Mary Hammond, Frances Osborne, Priscilla Harnmon, .Mabel Melbourne- Stella Dunning, Elsie Kohn, Betty Mutson, Joan Dayton, Eva Williams, Katharine Kilduff, Marion Kilduff. Salem Playground Pet Show Slated The annual; pet show of the Salem school playground will be held tomorrow afternoon at o'clock at the playground, with the registrants of the center participating. Mrs. Charles F. Daly, super visor of the playground, will be in charge of the exhibition. Dr.-Mrs. Reilly Parents Of Son Dr. and Mrs. Walter J. Heilly, 170 Meadow street, announce the birth of a son, Walter Burke Reilly, yesterdoy at St. Mary's hospital. Mrs. Reilly is the former Miss Agnes Reilly. BROADCAST IN KUSSIA London, Aug. 13—(UP)—The Russian people know all about the sharp verbal clash between U. S. Secretary of State Byrnes and Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov at tho Paris peace conference. The Moscow radio broadfast this morning, without comment, -the full text of the addresses, for publication. Byrnes hud challenged Molotov to print the speeches, and Molotov accepted. PICTURES Any Home Can Use NEW PICTURES You'll Find A Large Variety Here— LARGE OR SMALL MIRRORS, TOO GIFT ANNEX On - The Balcony Sc.n Francisco is the second largest point of entry in the U. S. CHAPEL ELECTRIC COMPANY TcL 2219' 24 SOUTH MAIN STREET (O|ipo«itr Nuiienturk' Furniture Co.) FMKir.v Itriullr SrM'Jnt OB All MftkM or Kiiillft Si:ls. 1'rniniit Sprrler Hi KninminhJo I'rlcm. I.:!(,'»( Kuulviunit fur lladlu Itvimlr Work. Philco Car Radios Immediate Delivery Automatic Phonograph* and llccord Clmnjfcrs Tho Card and Gift Shop SWEENEY'S ;ART and STATIONERY,' STORE Neary Building Church St « LARGE STOCK OF SEAT COVERS $7.95, $9-95, $12.95 $15.95 ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE SO 8OWH MAIN ST. , TEL. 6162 . Conn. Damelio, Mrs. H!f;:h tpnt alcohol onn bo mnnu- ; Miss facturod Ijy the utlll?.aiicjn of the j Us, mills, , Mary DiPiclro. Mrs. Laura Ledoux, . •,«•:.... , liquor from siilnhile pulp Mrij j cal1 vj_ Miss Delia Judson, Mrs. Eve, . - lyn Matahltis, Mrs. Mary Gucrreso, •I In; honlecs _unU guoat of honor. Vacationed In New; Jersey .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Somers of Maple street, have returned from a week's vacation spent with rela 1 tivce in New Jersey. Health Talks ('an. 13o Abolished! GI Gets Wholesale Greeting any com- tty HKK.VAN X BUNDKSKV, THE beat thinj,' uboi:t whooping coii^h IK ihut In this day and no child need have it. It can virtually abolished from mimlty. And that i:i abutlt the only ;;ood thin« that can be said of his tor- rnonir.K disease which kills so many babies under the ago of two, iiml so weakens older yount'stors w'itli rcpear.r.cl bouts of convulsive coiurhinj.' that they frill an easy prey to other illnes.scs, Helpful Scrum As yet, no completely satisfactory methods of treatment which directly attack the disease itself have been found, although what is known tts hyppi'lmmunc denim often is helpful. That it:, nothlns which will kill or noiilrnllxo tho (,'ei'm which cniisea whopping, eouKh h;is boon discovered, I Some recont animal experiments j have Driven !t bi-on.d hint that per- | haps thu new clrujr, .streptomycin ; will be of- V£b!uo. But so far we i ciinnot be sure boc.Tii.iL U?sts 0.1 | whooplnff coiijrh in human being's I have not been carried out for a ' .TU/lluicnt length of time to determine I'troptomycin's effect. Until further work is done, chief reliance in 'tfavln:^ lives from whooping couprlil must be placed on proccn- ilon. According to Dr. Lnuis \V. Saucr of the Northwestern University Medical School, whooplnjr couph has been practically ixuil.ihcd from thu city of Evanston, Illinois, during the past fpw years through the conscientious- application of a few simple rules. j'rcvciitlvo Injections Most Important step in this pro- Ki'um of prevention Is the Kivinj? of Injections of whoopinf; oouffh vancinf! to all infants ns soon as possible after they reach six months of SIKC. Fiirthcrmorn, even (.hontrh children hnvv receiver] this vaccine It is necessary to i-tivc another Injection or bostci' doso to £incoln ( J6I W. MOOt ST. T srs.v Phones IS5 11 IF IT'S HARD TO GET You Care Usually Find It At The LINCOLN STORE At OPA Prices or Less RADIOS- When SorKCnnt Goort;o Kosovillca ot New York city s(»ppcd oil the troopship Gi'crjff! VVashiim'ton :it Staten Island, X. Y., he wius greeted hy his sweetheart, two sisters and a cousin. Returning troops had st-rvcd 22 month* of occupation duty In Italy and Germany. (International) increase tln-ir immunity if. they should at a later date bo exposed to the disease,, Dr. yci.uor sMif-T^asls .'i third injcc: tion jur.t before a child enters school. There n.re somo who hellcve that the whooping co\ip;h vaccine may be cffoctvo in buildinfr protection fiK.'ilnst tlic disen.sc even thourth it is Riven as early as the third month. This part of tho program immunizes tho cominff ironeration of school children but it does nothing 1 to protect thcae of the present frorr. this highly contaslous ill- nas. Therefore, the ;ir.c,r>n<l step in any preventive program must be the early diafrnosl;; and immc- tllnln quarantine of ;i.ny who contract \vhoopinpr cough. In this way, r.prftud of the disease will be lessened. Children Separated Children who have boon in con- lac' with 'the dfsen.10 and who are Table Easy To Arrange not themselves immune, should be kept -separate from other children until the incubation period has passed. Only in this way can a community make certain that those in the early and most highly contagious stage of whoopinfr coufi-l-.t are not passing it or. to othcirs. Early symptoms are those of a. common cold and, for this reason, .a sick child may infect dozens of playmates before the true nature of the coufrh is recognized and quarantine established. When n baby, no matter how young 1 , Is exposed to whooping- cough, the infant may be protected by at once giving- an injection of what is called human pertussis immune serum. This is blood serum taken from adults who have hud whooping 1 cou^h in childhood and who have received injections of wiioopinp cnuph vaccine to increase their immunity to the disease. It is suggested 1 that if the baby was exposed.to the di'caso for only a short time, one. injection of the immune serum civen. into the muscles .of the buttocks will be' sii/ll- cient. If there has been, more prolonged exposure, two injections at a three-to-five-diiy interval are advised. ' Mothers should follow the advice of (he physician concerning when tho whooping cough vaccine Is to be (riven rind, should an ihfnnt be exposed to the disease, the prompt administration o the immune serum may be life-saving. Philco - Zenith - RCA Victor - General Electric - Motorola - Emerson - Fada - Admiral and Others. PHONOGRAPHS Phonola - Birch - Dynavox and many others. Operated manually or electrically. With and without automatic record changers. ELECTRIC TOASTERS Choice of many two-slice models. ELECTRIC IRONS- $ 3. 95to$15 . 05 Choice of several makes, • ^& u g qjp •• SI LEX Coffee Makers With and without Electric Stoves. WAFFLE IRONS- Chrome plated—An ideal gift. Electric BROILERS Boasts, Toasts, Broils or Bakes. A nee- essity in every home, I • tO - n I \^ • ** ' YELLOW AND PINK .background provides a summer setting for.tall iced drinks in amusing Carnival tumblers, decorated with a parade of circus figures and animaJs, Buffet table above is arranged with beautiful pink roses in a shallow crystal bowl, yellow linen place mats and napkins. Let each person help himself to iced coffee, or ether beverage, nnd assorted little cookies, ,- FATAL ACCIDENT Bradley, Me., Aug. J.B—(UP)—A 30-year-old E-inROr man has been killed in an automobile accident on tho Brewer-Bradley'road. T^elajid M. Olson was fatally injured when the car in which he and n companion were riding: skidded and overturned. The companion, 30- year-old Louis Grant of Old Town, sustained or.ly minor cuts and bruises. CLOSING OUT ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE SAVE UP TO 30% BENSON'S 130 SODTH MAIN ST, Waterbury ORANGE JUICERS- Press type — Juice King's, etc. Electric MIXING MACHINES Dormeyer Combination. Mixer ani Juice Extractor. Electric HEDGE TRIMMER Electric motor operated, light in weight—tremendous time saver. Quick- and easy to operate. Complete with long- cord TRAVELAWN- • The Lawn Sprinkler That Walks. Shuts itself off when job is finished, Waters your entire lawn automatically. $34.95 GOLF CLUBS- Pine selection of Irons and Woods in Matched Sets in stock.. .•,..'-. Golf Balls and Golf Bags KIDDIE PEDAL CARS- Sturdy 3-wheel steel cars painted bright red with rubber tires. ROLLER SKATES- pair Strong— fast — Beginners' Skates Bgsg@yfflM^F/?ffF/?gg^g^ 98

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