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BEACON FALLS Corrivipomlont, Thoimm Flt/putrlclt, Tolophono 1303 John Stanley Hospitalized After Traffic Accident Railroad Aveivuo Man Suffers Kneecap Fracture, Other Lacerations jolm Mtnnlt-y, 31, of tin Rullroud (,vi-nuo WUM litjiii-1'd Hatui-dny night, IP ;m ucoklfint wliloh occurrnd ofi North MulM Mtri'i-t, Mtuirun ll'lilln ,Mi-, Stanley was lnvolvi.nl In H col lUlon with u Rod fox Alii Ciinlfir, Iluii! wn» driving north in tjuucon ji'.illn when th- itccl<lnnt occui-rtnl TIIH ncnldont oceiii-rud li\ front c,f Our'ftr Kuni.sh'H j.:r<x:ory Oiirly .Saturday ••vonln.K. fid, Sljinloy WHS tukt-n to K'.. Mni'y'w hoMpltnl In Wutoi-tuiry. lie milTorud iui Injurnci knnii and Itujor- iillons of thfi head iirr.l fuco, Ifo.-ipl- ml iiuthurltlr-K today runortucl hln cunditluil fi." KfK'd. I.KIflbn Ciittilvul All 'I'liU Week Tho co-spon«iori>d Arnuilcan Lo- xlmi und [foxi.- company carnival will bu hulil ,'ill of thlw wt-ok, wl-ih ll.-i cltiHintf dcticclulccl on Saturday. Thi 1 nlTiilr opi-nwl Imit 1-Yli.liiy, but l/ip|"!fiii'nt wi-uthor tuui hlndurcd iictlvlty. An client i-l(! n-rrlKcnilcir, washing mnrhlrii! iiriil jiortiilil't radio will be SiiUirduy. cl'>Mlng night of UK- cm-nival. MlH.i Di>rlii Mitchell of North f'lid" was u wiii'l<-cnd i:uc-U of n.-liiUvrx In llrliU.'c-fioi-t. ICt'tiirulitK lluiiii- 1'fc.-. 1-Mwnrd Mllohi-U or North olrelt' >ii i.-xjH'rihnl to bfi dliic-h.-ii-jrcd in the muii" rufiirn. It wu*i U-.'inind tiidiiy. I'l-'vutc.- MIUihc-11, ,-.i mr-i.-ibt-i' ticjnticl I,-. Itu- o(.'c;upritloiiril uriiili-n (if Jupun Miner t!in ctiKMullun of lirmtllltli'M. In Aujrli.'it, Ifi'Ui, nnd rc- c'-ritly wn>. lu^rni- on u furlough. 1/1^1 1 1 I uJ v STUI)V KVl'INlNOS OI-:T AIIKAD KASTKK Sliirl lu Kn-iilni: IHvlHlnn >d-uli'ii>l>t'C '!'> AIKN ,\M« WO.IIIvN-V. A. .M-t'ltOVKII Junior College of Commerce ;wi> wiiltfii«,v Avi'iiin' 'Tel. HOlHi:i Nv\v ilivvi-n II, I'mill WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS INVITATIONS BOOKS GIFTS What's Doing In Naugatuck A calendar of events foi today, tomorrow and every day . TONIGHT All Ami'i'lcan \Ytn nioctln;;. AUCl.'ST H • Dcrnorratlc Entertained On Third Birthday En't'ertalned recently on her third, birth anniversary was Sandra John- Mut-tlng. Uc Town C o in m I t t e « Al'f.'tST 'i~ th; Town and Stuti.- Con- Driver Fined $25 In Borough Court Hundreds Attend Linden Park Picnic The .Wtttnrbiiry Lltliuanlan-Amer- Ictin Council held 'a picnic yesterday at Linden Park, Union City, attended by over 700 persons from ConrectlcU't, Massachusetts, und Rhode Island, Tho group sent telegrams to Rrosklent Truman and Secy, of State Byrnes protesting Soviet pro- | son ; daughter of • Mr. . and Mrs. ~ " George M. Johnson, 23 New street. The yourik' guest of honor received m»ny t'lf 1 ^. Among: those attending were Nancy Delohery, Peter Garnekl, James Garfleld, Ruth . Abramson-, Nancy A!ndorgon, Lynne Johnson, Robert Anderson, Duvid Fogarty, Wendy Ebersole, William Hum- p-hies,' Judith FJermonte. Mrs. Guatav Johnson, Mrs. Eric Anderson,. Mrs. Elton Abramson, Mrs. Thom/io Deloliery, Mrs. George Kirschman', Mrs, David Ebersole, Mrs. G. Edward Anderson, Miss Marie Gabriel, Mrs. Daniel Fiermonte, Mrs. William Humphries,' Mi-s. Jose-ph Gabriel, Sr,, Mrs. James Garfield, Mrs. George Gabriel, Mrs. Charles Poyarty, the jjucst of honor and her parents. *** NAUGATOCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, .AUG. 10, 1M*~PAGE 3 Women's Activities—Personal and Social i ccclurc at the Pnrls Peace confer- once. Many notable speakers at tended the affair, with the subjeci of all speakers being, the devasta tlon and starvation condltlonH in poHtwur Lithuania- which took two lives In Bay Saturday. Eighteen INVESTIGATE Portland, Maine, Aug. 19—(UP)- Thore'll be a Coast Guard investl gallon today Into an oil tanker ex plosion X'asco others were Injured and the branc new 10,000-ton tunkur Diamond Island nearly sank. The victims of the blast wore 23- year-old Avid Stcmberg of South Charleston, Ohio, and John Pi-em- baen, -ID years old, of Philadelphia Tlu-co other crew members still are In critical condition. A. O. H. OFFICERS CHOSEN New_ Haven. Aug. 19—(UP)—A SUim'furd man has been elected president of the- Ancient Order of Hibernians. Meeting at their 31st biennial state convention, the Hi- bernians nameu Malachy Lynan their head. Also chosen were Mi- Kcm.ir.on Swnot. of Beacon Val- j chue| Enl ., gnt of New London, vice- ioy road, charged n'lth ruckle-:).-) j , ]r o<tlclcnt; John Sullivan" of Merl- Urlvlng. WIIH fined $2T> In borough , dun, secretary; and William F. Gu.1- courl tl-.ls morning, JJontild Kelt/.i-r, 2. r i7 Chnrry street, who appoaruc! on a .slmllur charge.-, v,-:i.i found nut frullty. I'lie two drivers were Involved n 11 n ucclilun-t on thu corner of imd Chocry Htrcets last weck- of New Haven, treasurer. VJFUSONliB H1CCAITUKKD Walpole. Mass., Aug. 19—(UP)—• .Sixti.-en hours of freedom wc-re nil Michael McGulnuss had. A bloodhound borrowed from the Rhode to the cs- nd. J'utrulman Stunloy Luvan-i s '-""-' P ollco - ca OMl<y was tin- arr.»tlriK olllcor. I CII P" U ocnvlpfs hiding place in. a .Raymond U 1 y n n 03 Johnnon ! swampy district. McCuincss was ,:rm-t. charged with n. violation of j ro-tui-iicd to Norfolk state prison thci i-ultis of thu road, wus fined ! colony where he is under a 13-to-10 $10. i year sentence form armed robbery, TODAY'S GARDEN-GRAPH Till' C'AKI) <ici(l fill'T SIIO1 1 ? PLAMT IN SAND TO THIS T>EPT-H Announce Birth Of First Son Mr. and Mrs. Horace N. Grover announce the birth of their second child and first son, Nelson Harry, Aug. 15 a: the Waterbury hospital. Mrs. Grover was the former Inti V. Anderson of Mcdford, Mass. Carlisle B. Tuttle. Attendants At Wedding In Derby Returned From Dianu ' Insantaolino was flower | _ . girl, and Florrie Trabanovitch an i rJIlStOi Hospital usher, at the wedding of Joseph j Mrs, P. August Johnson, 15 Wai- Owens of WaAerbury and Madeline nut street, has returned from the Polizzi of Derby, which took place Bristol hospital. Saturday morning in Derby. Mr Owens is associated with the Naugatuck Chemical. Guests At _ j Maine Resort | Mr. and Mrs. William M. Chit- i tenden and daughter, Mary, of ] Fail-view avenue, who have been I guests for several. days, at the Poland Spring House Poland Spring. Me., have departed for ! to control epilepsy, and Mrs. Helen homo. They were accompanied by Clarke, executive secretary ot the Epilepsy Control To Be Discussed At Conference Here Dr. Jerry C. Price 'of 'New York city, a member of the board of directors of the national association Draft Board Clerk Back From Vacation Adelaide Clayton, chief clerk of Naug-atuck Selective Service Board 14-A, has resumed her duties after spending a week's vacation at Twin Lakes, near Danbury. Two Couples File Intentions Wedding intentions have been filed In the office of Town Cleric Raymond J. St. John hy Marshall Francis McCann of Litchtield road, Wutertown, and Gertrude Mary Nichols, RPD 3, Watarbury. The couple plan to marry Saturday, Aug. 24. Also filing intentions are James Zigmuncl Gailum of West Hartford, uid Felccla Margaret Vilkas (Phyl- Is Wolfe), G3 Gorman street. They plan a wedding on Sept. 9. Annual Outing Of Megin Firm The annual outing of the W. J. Megln, Inc., was held Saturday afternoon at a lot in t'he Glcndale Manor housing project olT New Haven road and attended by nearly 300 employes and guests. A spouts program including soft ball and horseshoe pitching was held during: t'he afternoon and refreshments were served. IJnnia Forchlelli was chairman ' of the committee in charge of arrangements. Vacationing In Pine Tree State John Hanlcy and Lolis Buckrnll- lor arc,- currently vacationing' Dumaroscotta Lake, Maine, at Noble Family Reunion Aug. 25 "'Mrs. Blanche Noble Davis Is chairman- of the committee in charge of arrangements "Tor tho Noble Family reunion.-to be held Sunday, Aug. 25 at Behlman's grove. In .the event of inclement- weather, the reunion will be held In the Beacon Valley Grange- hall. Approximately SG are expected to.at- tend. Eileen Fitzgerald To Observe Birthday A hot dog'ronst will be held tomorrow In celebration of the 10th birth anniversary of Eileen Fitzgerald, daughter of Mrs. Mury Fitzgerald, 38 Galpin street. Patrick McKeons Wed 25 Years Tax Collector and Mra. Patrick F. McKeon of purnum Court, today are observing their 20-th wedding- anniversary. The couple were married in St. Francis 1 church and are well known here. and Detroit Residents Visit With Aunt The Misses Grace Muckle Mable Forbes ot Detroit, Mich., are visiting with, their aunt, Ann Weaving, 302 High s-treet. Church Notes ST. FKANCIS The parish outing, sponsored by the St. Fraivcis Men's club will be held next Sunday, Aug. 25, at Laurel Lodge on -New Haven road. Tickets to this event may bn procured from any member of the- general committee? 'in charge- of t'he affair or from any member of t-he. elub. Children under nhe age of 1G.. and who are accompanied- by heir parents will be admitted free of charge. An important- meeting of the St. Francis Men's club will be held Thursday night, 8 o'clock in St. Ceceji;i's Hflll; Carnival plans will MW association, will attend a confer-11 ence to be held tomorrow after-11 noon at 5:30 o'clock at the local i j Service for Veterans office. Purpose of the meeting is to formulate plans to further the educa~ lion of the general public and families of those afflicted with the condition, and to start a movement to inform employers as to mcas- i i' ures that may be-taken to employ f persons having epilepsy. Others invited to attend the conference include Dr. Mary Lennox, in charge of encephalograms at Yale university, Dr. Bernard Rogowski of New Haven, who has been successful in the treatment of epilepsy, representatives of the state rehabilitation department, Veterans Administration, schools, I Red Cross and nursing association.' FORA MONTH! Cotton cloth required in the binding of books is estimated to require only about one-tenth of one percent of the nation's -total supply of cotton. Health Talks By HERMAN X. BUNDISSKN,l»I.D<. SWEENEY'S 5 ART and STATIONERY \ STORE \ Nmiry UiiUillrij; C'hurt-?i St. ? ' Approved G. I. Training AiM'unrHlnir, Unt*lln"»-« .Mlll-lllnrx, Hl'l-ri'llll-liil J'AI.I, 'I'Ml.M III-KNS IN MI-il-l'K.MIIKK l.lnill.Ml I'liiri.lliiiciit THE PERRY SCHOOL \Vutcriiiiry I-'UIMT .IAKS HOOH H,'<-'K ./Alt UI'UKKKH ritKSSCKK COOKK.ItH ,M.f. TYI-KS or IIADTO Itttr/MK WOllK Order Your Hot Point Electric Appliances HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 cifcncii ST. 4DHO For A Snack, a Sandwich or a Full Moal, Try DUFFY'S Restaurant WATlCn STKKKT MCKXSK t'nrt Ciillrd l-'or iinil Drllvorcil Our Complete Services - (llvo 1'on Carefree Vacation Driving! ! P O U S T ' S SKIiVICK STATION 1M Kiihliur Avc, Ti-l. •10,'!.'! Back To School PHOTOGRAPHS u fuw moro wct-kM bu- forn that youil(:.stiH' troU clunp in jituily, too buay, f Thibodeau Studio | Neni-y BKlg. Church St.; Geranium Cuttings for Winter Use By DEAN HAUIDAY Krlenxcd hy Central Pre.s-s Association point. Make the cutting- about four inches In length, and remove tho leaves from that part of tho atem that la going into the .soil, as Illustrated. Do not plant inp- mediately but leave tho. cuttings in tho shade for a day. This will help to keep them from damping: oft' when planted. Plant by inserting tho bottom nnd of the stem about two inche.i deep In clean, sharp sand or a mixture of half peat and half .sand. Water carefully and place in a cold frame. Keep the cuttings shaded for about two weeks until roots beg-In to grow. After roots have formed on cuttings, as Illustrated, the new young g-craniums should be potted and taken Indoors before there la danger of frost. At first keep in « cool room and water sparingly. NO FLOWER In more frcnerous with ltn blooms than tho geranium, N(-v pluntx cun bo ob- tulm-cl L-[i:illy from old ones by tukliur cutllnpfi. If you wish to have winter hloom.M Intlooi'y from 'geraniums pruptifruted from plants growing In yriur own jfjirdcn, Ihu best montliH In which to take cutting.'! tire AUKU.it and September. Until the middle of September the mm .still J.i high enough so thai thri Moll rctuln.i Its .warmth (it night. I^iti-r In September tho Him .i«tfi curlier and by mlclnl^Mt Ui« HO!! ha.i lo.tt most of Its heut mul tho young rootlet.i become clilllcil. roCdi'dlng t.'u.-lr growth. Mulco tlic cutting nt the norle Juiit bolow tho leaf, n.'i Illustrated In tho accompanying Cftrclcn- Roots utart eoftldr at UI.UKUK.IIKY CHKAM 1'IKS AI'I'I.K 1'IKS mid l-'JI.I.J'Jl) COKKI'JK CAKK CITY BAKERY II. I 1 . STOIM'ANI, Prop. Mii|iln Strpct Telephone 3078 M. Barry Keegan I-'AiMIM' I'UOTOGKAI'HKIl 108 Munk St. Wiitcrbury Jonr. Morgan Midi!. Tol. 4-53*1 t'-NROLL NOW! L TICKM MKOINS Slll'T, 0 POST I Olltrlll Avo. .TUNIOIl COLLKOE Wntorburj AUTOMOTIVE PARTS For All Makes of Cars B-M MOTORS INC. HO-H2 SOUTH MAIN ST. Tfllupliono fl-Ml You'll S-a-y . . . "Our laundry bundle is superb" Dial Waterbury 4-4106 Oregon Studies Tight Curb On Forest Fires Salfm. Oro. (UP)—The 300.0CO- nci-o' Tlllamooli bum, scene of the mitlon'si largest forest fire in recent years, will look like n gigantic jig-saw puzzle ln'10 years If forout- ors fojlow the advice of a special committee appointed by OreR-on's Qov. Enrl Snoll, In u' report to the chief executive, the oommltlce made Hpeclflc 1-ecom.mcpdatlons Jor u 10-year pi-OKi-iim to 'rehabilitate the flre- chni-roi;! Tlllamook area, where three Inrfro fires have raged within -the lust eight years- The moat Immcdlnto need, the commlttoe said, is fire protection, without which ruforestatlon id "/oily," us pnst experience has in- cllciUod. '"It Is generally agreed," the com- mlttco said, "that cleared corridors, varying from u quarter of n mile to a mile svlde, encircling and dividing the burn into smaller sog- monta, Is tho best precaution upnlnst the spreading of fires." Thlx plan would see tho burn nrcn nnd ndjncent forested territory, sliced up into possibly 12 pieces, tho theory .b.eln£ that if flro iiturted In one section, It could bo controlled and isolated wl-thin Its own (iren beforp it could Hpread into another section of the burn. Solf-Conficlencc !s y cedod To Overcome Stammering BECAUSE -Hammering or stuttering can be un agonizingly em barrusslng handicap, much study has been devoted to its cause and cure, Even so, doctors arc still unable to give one definite answer to the question of why .certain Individuals seem unable to spt-ak flow- Ingly, but must eternally trip and sjtumblc over certain syllables. Certain facts, however, stand out about the stutterer. He is likely to bu a self-conscioUH typo of person, emotional, shy and sensitive, and it is believed that he is also suffering from one or other of the many kinds of fear. Strangely enough, he rarely has trouble when he sings, talks in his sleep or to himself when alone, licliixutlon the Key All o 1 " these things suggest that relaxation is the key to treatment and it has, in fact, been proved that when a feeling of calmness can bcj built up in the person who stutters, Ills stuttering- may disappear. It ia important to build up the stammerer's self-confidence. According to Dr. F. Henderson of England, the child or adult who stutters must be- mn.dc to understand Ihiit he can be cured only by his own efforts, and that the phy- Klcian or specialist in speech disturbances can merely encourage him. Convcrsii-tion, word games and hobbies may be used In the treatment to help give the stammerer self-confidence. If a child who stammers has a severe emotional disturbance special treatment by a specialist, in such disorders-may be necessary, ,.It is suggested that treatment of the stammerer be given n.t-least twice a week and it may be helpful -to-treat several children in a group rather than each child alone. It may take several years to bring about a cure and in more than one-half of tho cases the condition may recur. • • Other Disturbances . Of course, there rire speech disturbances other than stammering- One of these Is known ns dyslalia. In this condition the child Is un- ublc to properly .pronounce the consonents, such as I, r- B, and 7,. One form Is lisping in which such TWO 1>KOVVNED 'Boston, Aug. 19—CUP)—Two persons drowned us ideal weather conditions sent thousands of New EJnglanclcrs to seashore resorts during the weekend. S, Clifton Liverman, u EOHton -university .-student, drowned in HouKhton's pond In MIHon. Richard J. Roberts of .ArJ- IriEtori collapsed -wlUlo swimming'j at Swift's beach in Wareham, NOW! You Can Get An EMERSON 3 Way Portable Pliiy on AC-DC or Battery. PlnyH Anjnvlioro' - No OutNide Connections. 7 Tubes. IJS.JVq. MttJn St. Union Cfty letters as "s" and "i" are replaced by the sound "th." > A lisp may be due merely to negligence in teaching -the child to talk properly. It may be due to some nervous disturbance and in some cases to an abnormal condition of the jaw, the roof of the mouth or the tee-lh. Another form of dpslalia is called laUing. In this disorder the "1" sound is substituted for "r." This, too, is due to about the same factors as lisping. Rhinolalia refers to nasal spcech- This may be due to weakness in the muscles in the palate or roof of the mouth, the blocking- of the nose by small tumors called polype or by enlarged adenoids. Sometimes even following the removal of the adenoids -the nasal speech may remain because of weakness of the palate muscles. SpeclaJ breathing exercises will help correct this condition. A child with speech difficulties is handicapped and every effort aouid be made to overcome them promptly. (Copyright, 394G, Kin£ Features Syndicate, Inc.) be discussed. All members are asked to attend. On the morninc of the Welcome Home celebration at 9 a. to. all members of the Knights cf Columbus and the Men's club V-'ho -ire going 'to participate in the parade are requested to meet at St. Cecelia's Hall. The St. Francis CY0 will play St. L-ucy's of Waterbury ot Hamilton Park, Waterbury, G p, m. Wednesday. The St. Francis Juniors will play l-he S. S. Peter and Paul Juniors, G p. in. Thursday, at Hamilton Park. An annivci-nay hiph Mass was celebrated this morning, 7:30 a. m. in honor of Peter and Agnes Rafferty. Wednesday at 7:30 a. n-.. a requiem high Mass will be said in honor of John Walsh. ST HEnwrc'S BODV IBENTinED Hartford, Aug. IB—(UP)—The body of a man found floating in the Connecticut river has been dcntified as -that of Joseph Jasut of Hartford. With Jasut's clothes on the bank was found nearly S2500 n cash. Friends said that Jasut, who was 55 years old, was in the labit of swimming near the point where hits body was discovered, DIED SUDDENLY Alton Bay, N. H., Aug. 10—(UP) —One of the best-known figures in :he nation's shoe indua-try died unexpectedly yesterday of heart seizure at his Alton Bay summer home. Henry Omar Rondeau had held Eight members of the St. Hcd wig's Boys Brigade left tod.-iy to en-' joy a week's camping trip at t'he Boys' Brigade camp in Colchester. Youngsters who loft on the trip were: John Levandosky, Thomas- Szc7.epko\vski, William Scbetthe, Patrick Reynolds, Edward Michas- Itiw, Edwnrd Kirdzik, Richard Pruchr.icki, and John Polakowski. The post colors for the Gold Star Post, Cathoiic War Veterans, were on display'yesterday at the church. The colors were donatad to the Post by Rudolph Hennick, publisher of the Naugatuck Daily News. Our Diamonds ara farffiej for color, •falpfit, quality... V you* guarantee of LOIIA fide quality V your ngguruic* of • ati«f action WILLIAM SCHPERO ISO CttOKCH ST. Naugatuck, Conn. ST. MARY'S An anniversary requiem hifirh Mass will be celebrated Tuesday at S a. m. in honor of Frank Pak- tes und Mrs. Vincenlia Slmonovich. Wednesday, 8 a. m., an anniversary requiem high Mass will be said in honor of John Yozius. Friday 7:30 a. m.l an anniversary many big jobs in the shoe industry ! requiem high Mass will be said in ncludlng- -the presidency of the New honor of Mrs. Elizabeth Donovan. England. Shoe and Leather association and director of the National ihoc Manufacturers' association of Slew York. His home was in Brookline, Mass. Chrysler and Plymouth G. M. C. Trucks J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing 106 SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone Special WICKER STROLLERS $998 BEACON KIDDIE CENTEE n GRAM) STREET Waterbury First ordinance in the U. S. to •affiliate pawnbroklng 1 was passed t>y tho common council In New York city on July 13, 1812. PUMPS ONE MOVING PART Put new life In your w«t«r tyderr by repUctng your old pump with • BURKS^^ Sup«r v Turbine PUMP. Only one njovina p«rt—nothing to wear out—give* you more water «t lowar cott. ( Come In and «et the BURKS Super Turbine Pump. 1 - 532 NOBTH MArN 1 ST. •'. 'Dnlon .Caty - Tel. 3688 Housew/f/e&fe • Sounds awful? Well, every person in America may lose a whole month's supply of sonp this year unless the 2 out of S women who've stopped saving used fata get busy right away! • During this world-wide shortage of fats and oils, the only extra source of fats to make soaps and other peacetime goods is your kitchen. Ask your neighbor . . . ask yourself if you're turning in oil you can. • Remember, the fats you turn in help to make soap for you. Every pound helps prevent the sonp shortage from getting worse! «6T 4$ FOR. EVERY POUNP An Apple For The Teacher—Or A Photograph of You HAVE THAT PORTRAIT TAKEN NOWI $ Before You Start The Year PRE-SCHOOL SPECIAL I *- Personality Portrait 8 x 10 $1 00 Only , I * : — Beautifully Mounted — ALL THIS WEEK August 19th Thru 24th ..... . '•i ••;' V.-'v- i-.V-'- -->'.- ':' ••• ••>!•'*• ' -. -, ; :-«,?• I %' ,.''•'- -.- -•'••' . i.'-.» i :-f. V,':.- i.-.'T*-" •-"• •'- •'••••••'•• " ' ' '••'*'•'•• '-•'•".'- Neary Building: eau Tel. 2342 -203 Church. St.

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