Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 3, 1944 · Page 8
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MONDAY, JULY 3, 1M4 Post Of f ice Here Closes July 4; Sell 3,500 Tax Stamps The Naugatuck posl office and the branch in Union City will be closed tomorrow, July •!, Post.ma.s- l.cr Frank T. Green said this mo ruin jr. No deliveries will be made nnc ' there will be no window service Avitllublc «t cltlier office. ! Collections of mails will be made according to l-he holiday schedule •and . : [li.spatcho.H to out-of-town ipolnts will bo made, Mr. Green .i=aid. " | Approximately 3,000 auto-use lax (•tumps were sold up to last Saturday, the postmaster added. Em- 'ployaa at the post office cxper ienccd a last mlnulo rush Satin .day. • An estimate of '1.500 cars for the borough Indicates that perhaps another thousand or so of * tamps have yet to be obtained, The local post office will continue-to sell the stamp until July 31, after which date the lax must •be paid at the bureau' of Internal revenue office In Wntorbiiry, the nearent office of that department In this vicinity. Sergeant Hadzega Reported Missing (Continued from Pngc 1) Local Sailor Sends Letter From Army Hospital Machinist's Mate 3-c Ixmis J. Fnzzino of the United States Navy, who was wounded in the invasion of France, writes to his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Fanzine:of 525 South Main street, to say thnt he, expects soon to be released buck to duty. • . Machinist's Mate F.v/./.ino is oc- licved to have been on a landing boat or barge, carrying troops lo shore In the invasion and that the craft was hit by German shells. He writes that he is u patient in ;m Army hospital, prcsumbaly in England and that he is getting along very nicely. The local sailor does not reveal the extent of his injury but floes state that he does not know what happened to his ship, presumably the landing craft he was on nt the time he was wounded. J-tls family is awaiting hnothni letter giving niore_ details if possible of the extent'of the injury to their son and the action in which he took purt. High Tribute Paid To Attorney Neary (Continued from Page 1) Mi:rtha v announced., today starting; ' ' that founders of the Naugatuck Chamber, of Commerce and served for 12 terms 113 an inspiring member of-<hc board of directors.- ' "Being possessed of deep civil benefit of pride, he continued his interest In the organization, giving it the benefit of his judgment aiiU wise counsel on many matters of importance, thus Insuring the success of the undertaking. , "Naugatuck has been fortunate. morning street; department > em' in ' " "" type and, brilliant orator. He gave gen- SWfts J^pit^H: :1 Side On |Sdnes(fey i Supc'ri'ntcndent ~ot Street:'Harold . arting; . on ', ; 'Wednesday,'; -.' Co'en street, .Hill Htreot, High; street, Ciir- rall court,;. T.ollos;jBquarb.a!nd -part of -Carvoll . and Oak, streets,,' will be the next slops- oii .the street oiling program, now under. Svay. here. '• V Starting' at 6'To'clcok' Thursday New- York City 1-., ,'... '•"• • 11 tlU ^ ILI/IHJ tV I UI-SI LHJUIl LU1 111 11". >,(J ' '.» ." • .— -- — ..- ^- u ... having- n citfxen of Mr. Ncn.ry's| p'loyca will oil-Church, Division and pc, a fine scholar .able lawyer Meadow, streets. This early start 11 ' -'---' '' ' " orously of his talents to s every cause having for its existence the good of Naugatuck. "His.love for. Naugatuck -was exceeded only -by his love for his arranged a meeting a short time nftcr Alex was transferred to another camp. In a letter dated June 10, which letter was the last the family received, Sgt. Hadzegri stated that everything was well, and that he was in good health. It's smart to be thrifty with News' Want Ads, too: kill tuls promptly, pay less! Phono 2228. CLOPAY BARMEN! STORAGE BAGS OEDAH-PAK TTPI Union Cityite Suffers Injuries From Steam Peter Satrowtiky, 22r> Prospect street. Union City, suffered burns on the face and chest Sunday afternoon at the Eastern Malleable Iron Co. plant. The Union City man was burned by steam that was produced as*hc poured water on hot sfind at the plant. WiUerbury hospital authorities- reported th!s morning that his condition was "good." f/imily. .We hhvc suffered reparable loss." nn "Jr. A C c d a r 1 Y. c d garment storage bag to protect your clothes from dust and OOx Boro Board Will Not Meet Tuesday With the Fourth of July falling on the first Tuesday of the month, thereby making tlmt Tuesday a holiday, !hc borough hoard of warden and burgesses will not hold its monthly meeting tomorrow night: A special meeting may be called later in the month. Red Cross Looks For 170'More Volunteers "In the passing of William J., Ncary. the officers and executive com.mlttoc of the Naugatuck chapter. American Red Cross, have 's»f- fered an irreparable loss. A mcm- bor of the' official bourd since the very early days of the chapter, he nlso was chairman for a consTdc'r- nble period and his .counsel and help were of the utmost value. "In assisting to carry on-the Red Cross work, Mr. Ncary. felt that he was contributing to the welfare of the people -of. Naugatucl;. I which was always, a matter close to his heart. • "Our deepest sympathy goes to the members of his family." JOHN W. HAYES. Vice-Chairman. Naugatuck Chapter, American Red Cross. will bo made' due to' thc|;. heavy parking in'j; those, ureas practically all day. ' --•-.' . • , ';. , The local , street;,' department head otiks that ail auto owners in the above street, districts, who" can keep their cars out of the. : sectors while the oiling .program-' is in progress will contribute 'a grent deal toward -(.hc'l success ^of the work. '.' •••••••- T! The street department will not operate on-Tuesday, July "4th, Independence Day.,-' . .! (Special *0 ' THE NKWS) , •.•; ; Ncw..Ypr'k, July 3 — Miss Glenna- Peyton Miller, 20, .of 261 Millvlllc ttvb'nuc, Naugatuck, and .Charlie Cole.. Johnson; 22; In the' .Navy; of Fcndcll: avenue, •'• Richmond, • Va., 'have' obtained a- marriage- -license at ; the Municipal building -here. . • f The couple said they \yould b' married immediately. "The 1 bride-elect,, .the .daughter O •Max .n'nd- Anno Miller', was born in : Washington, -D.C. Mr.^Johnson was born In Overhllls, ' C., the son of; William t, arid' .Myrtle John ' 1 ' ' "' Death Is Shock "Attorney William J. Neary wns the background ' of practically Local Sailor Is Training In Anti-Sub Tactics (Spoclal .TO THE NEWS) Miami, Fla., July 3—Wayne Mowrey, Sl-c, U. S. Coast-'Guard', son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Mow-! rcy, 84 Rockwell avenue, .Naugatuck, Conn., Is receiving intensi- K. fled training : in warfare methods anti-submarino at the ;.-U. S.. every important pt-ojnct for the i Naval training-center, Mianol. civic and Industrial betterment of Naugatuck, in the pust many years and hla influence and guidance' will be. greatly missed in the years to comn. Ho was a man whom Naugiituck can well feet proud to acknowledge ns her son." ATTY. CLAREMONT I. TOLLES ALSO MOTH UAI.LiS AMD •MOTH FI,AKKS G.C.MURPHY Co. Church St. nt Turk Place; Conn. A mobile unit for the collection of blood for plasma will be in Nau- gatuclt July 17. Thn horoueh niiot.i is 2010 pints of blood, and 170 more volunteers are needed in order to be able to reach that quota. Appeals were maou in local Roman Catholic churches yesterday, In an effort to get volunteers.' Anybody \vi.shlng to donate a pint of blood is asked to get in touch with the Naugatuclc chapter of the .Roc! Cross. "Attorney William J. Neary was the typo of citi/.en that no community can afford to loose. His record for co-operation in all civic n ('fairs is so well known that on many occasions here in the future, his guilding hand will be very sorely missed. Attorney Neary embodied the finest in civic leadership, although his many duties and obligations never lessened his interest ,'n his family." William G. Boies, President, Naugatuck National Bank. Seaman Mowrey, an employe of the Bronson Co. In Beacon". Falls. Conn,-, before ^ he 1 enlistcd^-in the. Coa.st Guard, in October, 1042, was on cof.."t pat'rorduty priorHo his assignment to Miami. " Naugatuclt Sayings bank hft've duf- fercd.a gruat 'los.s' in the death of Attorney William J. Noaryi Mr; Ncary was nofoniy a great'air) in the conduct o(..:t!ii8> Institution of which-he was an incorporate! 1 , but his record as a borough and state, otllcial, makes', his loss, in-'-publlc life one thsit.is irrcplacablc,". Hilding-N. Olson,-" President, Naugatuck . , Savings Bank. "Attorney Ncary. down through the years, has been n great help to the businessmen of Naugatuck. His counsel and helping hand have done a great deal to contribute toward making Nnugatuck ithe moclei small town that it is, A great sports competitor as lie later was a great legislator and town leader. -Attorney Ncary's death is a severe loss/' John I-I. Brccn. "Attorney W. .-J. Neary was a. director and executive vice - presi-r i dent of the Risdon .Manufacturing company and, his .able, advice and counsel played a-great parti-iri• the" successful conduct of th'e affairs ot the company over the past man i.'.;._ : (Continued from Page 1) served on the committee thai, ; through'i(s efforts, obtained and built .Recreation field. The endeavor was financed by public .funds. ' In politics, the deceased was a Democrat,'and served in 1911 and 1912' as warden under that party's banner. "During his term of office the ' practice of keeping street lights.-on all' night was started. And the : pavement leading from •Church' street to the Whittemore. Memorial bridge was laid, a job :;that has had very few repairs .madc'in'over-30 years. '..With !thc. consolidation of town and.borough, Mr. Neary was named b.oroug-h' clerk in 1895. He again .served In that position in 1903 and 190-1. He was aiso a member of the: Union Center school district, one.'.of the forerunners of the present 'school'board, serving in 1893, 1899, 1902; and. 1905.' Atty.' Neary kept up his interest in' civic affairs in past years, often attending the freemen's meetings and leading discussions. Born in Naugaluck,, June 12. .1868, ' one of seven children of Thomas and • Elizabeth Neary, Mr. Ncary received' hiB elementary .schooling in the local public schools. He attended Die College :'of -the Holy Cross in" Worcester, 'rcceiv'ing'his''degree in 1890. . -At' Holy Croisa," he -captained the'.baseball - team, having thelrcpu- .tation.-of a dangerous hitter. After '(jollcgc', he 'played with l.he Nau- gatiick town learn that gained fanm throughout the . state. Mr. NeaVy-.--played either .shortstop .or ^pitcher. He ".was a.!so a good'golf- el:, a game which he look up some Sergeant O'Connor Is Home After 28 Months In War Zone Sergeant Francis, J. O'Connor of the United . Statc8 Army, well known resident, who has been in the South West pHciflc, war zoivo since February, ij'12, has returned to this country, Naugatuck friends were informed today. . . Sergeant O'Connor will be at Fort Dcvens, Aycr, Mass., about July;?, his telegram also slated. ' The local soldier .was an employe of the. Nautfatuck Chemical when ho went into service witJl a National Guard unit,.being stationed at Camp Edwards for some months before shipping- out to the war zone about 28-months ago. While in Naugatuck he wa's director of the Valley Players theatrical-group, was the Republican candidate for warden and also held the office of borough treasurer under the G. O. P. ' He has been on the fighting front In New Guinea for many months. First Sergeant O'Connor met many Naugatuck soldiers during his long stay in the southwest Pacific and no doubt will be able to tell families here just how the boys arc getting along. RQGERS-PEET HAND TAILOR A \ IDEAL SUIT FOR SUMMER WEAR- LIGHT WEIGHT ;WORSTED — $65.; Three pieces—you can discard the vest until fall, and wear the year around for many moons— color's a prime interesting grey a cool color in itself — a good a cool color in itself — good looking dust and dirt defying. Hand tailored as Rogers-Feet craftsmen know the art—shape retaining—never a wilted look- ideal for the man who wants to feed dressed up. Corp. Wojtczak Died In Landing (Continued from Pngc years. He'was one'of' the origina directors, of .the firm. His dca 1 is a great'loss not only to .us bu to the community as a whole. J^cwls A. Dibble, President, Risdon Manufacturing Co. "The town of N.iugatuck and the From the United States lo Avis tralia is about 6,000 ,alr-milcs, !h longest bomber ferry route ..sch'ed uled in the world.' FLETCHER'S CASTORIA NOW ON SALE! years J ate r. "He 1 attended -. Law - school, . and .'after receiving his law degree .in -1892, • he 1 started "his ' profession 'in. Naugatuck. After lOpfi. ALty. •;Ncary left 'the IcyaJ side of liis 'profession to . spend most of his .time on his real csLale and financial' holdings. 'He wns the owner of the Ncary building or. Church street, built in 1006, which houses" 'seven -stores and numerous business offices. On .Oct. 30, 3894, -he married Mario V." J. Rynn of Meridon, but . death last night prevented the celebrating of a Golden Wedding anniversaiy -this fall. A leading member of Ojcda council, Knights of Columbus, he was one of the earliest members of the ocal council. A fourth degree tnliglH, he' was a former district cputy and also state deputy. He c!d the -office of advocate for more than 30 years. He was K. member nnd former .rustcc of the Naugatuclt lodge of Elks. He wns also ft. corporator nd' former trustee of the Nauga- trect,' Sergeant Angiollilo writes tbrit le arrived in Normandy on June nd that the German snipers were till very bad in the area, and tha lany %vomen snipers were also usy endeavoring to kill Allied sol icrs. He states that the children v the sector greeted the Amcri- an soldiers with the Nazi salute but that the soldiers soon taujjht them the V for Victory salute, and the universal "Hi Ya, Yank" or "Hi Soldier." The soldier writes of his nice fox hole with its sand bag mattresses to sleep on but states he is not too badly off. His' only grief at the moment Is his inability to spenk French. - Mrs..'Angiollilo has received several letters from English families where the sergeant was billeted while training in England. These letters praise ; thc Nnugatuclt sergeant very highly, stating that his mother must be very proud of such a gallant, son. The letters reveal depth c-f English character and ar appreciation of what America.is doing in this war, not unually expressed by the population-of the "tight little isle." • Sergeant- Angiollilo expresses great confidence in the future warfare on the European mainland, nnd feels that the war will be over in the not too distant future. Records! Courteous Service ?,OV1NF. ELECTRIC CO. 8 Church Siren DANCERS! HOUSEHOLD (Miss Gladys C. Case In Churgc) FRIDAY. SONDAYS We Present FR.AXK CAPALBO And Ills KALIMA JUwuiiun Orchestra CLOTHES HAMPERS up WASTE PAPER BASKETS Variety of Siit $1.25 up White Eagli Restaurant BRIDGE STREET TEMPLETON'S CORNKR WATERBURY • DIAC 4080 (No Toll Charge) Member*of Connecticut . Rc.slaurant American Troops Open New Offensive (Continued from Page 1) HITCHIR'ft CASTORIA -the laxative made eipecially for children — is now on sale at your druggist's. Fletcher's Castoria comes to you in a new package with two, distinctive features. Look for these features when you buy: Green Band. Around each pack- •ge is a brilliant green band. This band will identify for you the fresh atock* of Fletcher's Castoria now on sale. Th« S«ri«l Control Number. On each new bottle there i« • code number plainly vitible through a "window" in the package. What th« Serial Control Numbor moans to you Tb give you the utmost assurance of the quality •nd reliability of Fletcher's Castoria, every batch •is given thorough, rigid chemical, bacteriological, and biological tests. The Serial Control Number on each bottle is your guarantee—positive, visible proof—that all these tests have been made. We believe that this announcement will'be welcome news to you and the millions of other- mothers who have long used Fletcher's Castoria as the ideal laxative for their children. We think you'll be glad to know that Fletcher's Castoria— . safeguarded by extensive laboratory tests — is again available at your druggist's. .....' The next time your child needs a laxative, geV Fletcher's Castoria, the mild, pleasant-tasting, effective laxative made especially for children. The Centaur Company Division, Sterling Drug Inc., Rahway, N.J. THE MAKERS OF FLETCHER'S CASTORIA HOTE* Until sufficient stocks can Be made avail- nble, it may be that your druggiit won't have enough Fletcher's Castoria to meet all demands. If he happen* to be out of stock when you ask for Fletcher's Castoria, please be patient. He will have it for ypu shortly. . - - . • uck Savings bank, and was a. dir- ctor and executive vice-president f the Risdon Mfg. Co. at the time f his death. He leaves besides his wife, three ons.' ' William J. Neary, Jr.. of mgatuck, Daniel R., of Sl,rat- orcl, and JBorough Court Judge 'homas.Ncary of Naugaluck; two daug!Hcrs,\ Mrs. Joseph F. Kernan of Naugatuck and Mrs. Thomas Morrisscy, Jr., of Bridgeport; and .nine grandchildren. He was a member of St. Francis church. • i,The--residence .at 12G Fail-view aver.-uo will be open tonight from' 7 to r 9. o'clock, and on Tuesday from ,'3. to;!5 in l.hc afternoon and 7 to 10'in the evening. • The funeral will be on Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the residence to St. Francis' church where a solemn high Mass will be .-.celebrated at 9 o'clock. Interment will be in'St. Francis' come- lory. Friends arc asked to omit flowers. drive thnt cut off the peninsula. The weather deprived the tanks of air support and hampered their advance: ' The two American columns struck in different directions. One force started at 5:30 a. m., the other an hour later. , The British radio says the Americans pushed . from below Si. Sauvour Lo Vicomte in two columns—one of them between the Vets And Auxiliaries Wed. 8:45 a. m. The 'veterans organizations and tholr auxiliaries arc asked to meet at 3t, Mary's church at 8:45 a, m. Wednesday morninp to attend the military Mass in honor of Pfc. Frank Adamaitia who was lulled in action In Italy. John 'Ostroski announced this morning;. The Mass will be celebrated at 0 o'clock, Weather Report ,j Maine, New Hampshire, Ver- •mont.J Massachusetts, Connecticut ,and| Khodc' Island—Continued lair weather^, with moderate tempora- ture , tpnight and tomorrow. ,,'Eastpbrt "to Block Island — No small craft or storm warnings. const at .Port Bail and Marshland two miles or so inland. The other is said to have started some ten miles inland. United ^P r e s s Correspondent James McGlincy reports from Am- cricnn field headquarters that the Yanks, tousc his words, "were slilhcriiiR- and sloghingr through some of the world mud seen since the Americans landed." McGlinchy goes on to say that the battle is the (oot-slORginp type, with the Yanks, fighting the same kind of mud their fathers did in "World War I. Ho. c.'ills it "Indian typo warfare with no room for tanks to maneuver aixd wilh infantry fighting almost hand to hand battles." • The new drive coming on the westernmost sector' of the Normandy baltlcfront is believed aimed at-keeping the enemy off bnlancc there as both the Allies and Nazis mass forces for a full-dress drive in the Caen area—on the eastern end of the front. The Yanks captured at least five towns yesterday in line straightening operations between Tilly and the western end of the front in preparation for the nttiick. Meanwhile the British stand poised for a new blow southwest of Caen. \ Radio Paris hints the British offensive may already have started. The broadcast, says, a violent tank and artillery battle rages between Caen .and Villers Bocagc, 13 miles to the southwest. Radio Paris adds that Allied battleships arc backing the attack with salvos from the Orne river estuary. The Germans capitalized on the weather, taking advantage, of it to increase the intensity of their robot bomb attacks on southern England during the night and in daylight today., .; Naugatuck's 100th Year Your Savings Bank Passes Another Milestone And Reports Total Resources Of Over 510,000,000 A TRIBUTE To The THRIFT and SAVINGS of Naugatuck People NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK All Deposits Guaranteed •100 Years of Service For over 100 years this plant has continuously, served our. nation with quality footwear and other fine rubber products; both in peace and in war. _ ^^ UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Naugatuck Footwear Plant Hi : rlT-hehtJy-S.' -has treaties with 300 'Indian-'nations or tribes; 1 ' . . ' ' BUt WAR BONDS AND STAMPS Too Late To Classify u '° St m ' v A Wi* ration book, I have made application to the local ration board for a new one, ....... EDWARD DRAB. • NEW BICYCLES • BICYCLE TIRES & TUBES • GARDEN FERTILIZER • LAWN FERTILIZER • HY-TROUS LIQUID FERTILIZER • SPRAY MATERIALS • KLEEN-FLO •Cleans Vour oil Tunic Conditions Youi-Citr Motor ' • CHIMNEY SWEEP Clean* Kiinmcc Flucii • OIL DRUMS — STANDS — FAUCETS • CEMENT PAINT Transparent Filler and 4 Color. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 Church St phone 52361 ,-ai

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